May 6, 2022

BUSINESS TALK: Creator + NFT = $$$

BUSINESS TALK: Creator + NFT = $$$

Chris Giles is joining me to talk about how you as a creator can leverage NFT's, Crypto and Web 3 to monetize your creativity.  

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Transcript
WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.000 --> 00:00:05.280 And now here's something we hope can really like. You're listening to creating daily. 2 00:00:05.559 --> 00:00:08.720 There's something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are 3 00:00:08.759 --> 00:00:12.400 like a mullets. It is the is the business, so he's the front 4 00:00:12.400 --> 00:00:15.359 part of the haircut and then I'm the party in the back. I think 5 00:00:15.400 --> 00:00:19.079 they're hilarious. Speaks to me. It's like he's saying what I'm thinking. 6 00:00:20.039 --> 00:00:24.480 What is going on? Everyone? Welcome to another episode of creating daily. 7 00:00:25.039 --> 00:00:27.359 If you've been here before, thanks for coming back. If this is your 8 00:00:27.399 --> 00:00:31.399 first time, then welcome. This show's all about helping you, as a 9 00:00:31.440 --> 00:00:36.119 creator, or potential creator, inspiring Creator, get some knowledge, get some 10 00:00:36.119 --> 00:00:42.960 wisdom, get some strategy to maximize your Creator Project, creatorship, whatever we 11 00:00:43.000 --> 00:00:45.479 call it. Anyway, we're here to encourage inspire you. So thanks for 12 00:00:45.560 --> 00:00:51.840 joining. If you're watching somewhere such as guild or youtube or bullhorn, or 13 00:00:51.880 --> 00:00:55.560 if you're listening to the podcast after the fact, after the live show, 14 00:00:55.560 --> 00:01:00.079 find the closest subscribe subscribe or follow button and and be sure that you follow 15 00:01:00.159 --> 00:01:03.000 us if you like the content. There you go. That's it. That's 16 00:01:03.040 --> 00:01:06.599 it, just follow and subscribe. It's all I want. Okay, I'm 17 00:01:06.599 --> 00:01:11.879 not asking for money or subscriptions right now, for Financial Subscriptions or memberships. 18 00:01:11.920 --> 00:01:15.799 Just follow us, please, somebody love us. Anyhow, I'm excited today 19 00:01:15.840 --> 00:01:19.480 I got my friend Chris Giles on the show. I'm going to go ahead 20 00:01:19.519 --> 00:01:21.640 and bring them on and then we're going to get into this thing. What 21 00:01:21.799 --> 00:01:23.480 is going on, Chris? How are you? What's up, bro feels 22 00:01:23.519 --> 00:01:26.640 like it's been forever. Those all you know, been a couple weeks right. 23 00:01:26.719 --> 00:01:30.359 I know, men, we were we were like kind of going a 24 00:01:30.359 --> 00:01:33.560 live a lot, a lot together there for a minute and then we and 25 00:01:33.599 --> 00:01:37.879 then you went and did some nft projects, stuff we'll talk about. I'm 26 00:01:37.920 --> 00:01:41.519 excited because we're going to jump into we're going to jump into you know, 27 00:01:41.599 --> 00:01:47.719 what is this look like? You know, web three, nft's and creators 28 00:01:47.719 --> 00:01:49.640 and see what that looks like. You know, Bitcoin or not, big 29 00:01:49.680 --> 00:01:53.200 Cooin, cryptocurrencies and creating our own projects or being a part of other projects. 30 00:01:53.239 --> 00:01:57.280 So I'm really excited to jump into a Chris. But before I do, 31 00:01:57.640 --> 00:02:00.319 how are you? How have you been? How's the FAM? Good 32 00:02:00.319 --> 00:02:04.400 man, Oh, good man, you know, getting ready for Mother's Day 33 00:02:05.959 --> 00:02:10.280 to the couple days. So Happy Mother's Day to you. Your great mother's. 34 00:02:10.360 --> 00:02:15.639 I hear it, for I said that to my to my grandfather long 35 00:02:15.639 --> 00:02:16.960 time ago. My whole family get a kick out of it. What's up? 36 00:02:17.000 --> 00:02:21.599 I see some people jumping in the chat. It's Friday every but nobody's 37 00:02:21.599 --> 00:02:24.159 working. Nobody's working. It's Friday. Got Monty Weaver, says. The 38 00:02:24.240 --> 00:02:30.560 dynamic duo Guy John over here, excited for this episode. Chris Stone says. 39 00:02:30.599 --> 00:02:34.360 What's going on? You know what I love about the show is every 40 00:02:34.400 --> 00:02:38.319 person who has either been on it or scheduled to be on it listens to 41 00:02:38.360 --> 00:02:40.159 it or watches it. So it's always fun. That's how you know you're 42 00:02:40.199 --> 00:02:44.400 building a good community of people. All right, so before we jump into 43 00:02:44.400 --> 00:02:46.919 all this stuff, I got a creator highlight. We get a couple segments. 44 00:02:46.960 --> 00:02:50.960 One new segment for you, Chris. You're going to be surprised by 45 00:02:51.000 --> 00:02:53.120 because you have no idea what it is, but it's going to be fun. 46 00:02:53.159 --> 00:02:57.560 So let's jump into the Creator highlight. Creator highlights new cooking necessary. 47 00:02:57.719 --> 00:03:02.120 Now Assembly required. It's got to be funk. All right, today's creator 48 00:03:02.159 --> 00:03:06.319 highlight is brought to you by al the Ol APP. So if you are 49 00:03:06.479 --> 00:03:09.280 a an expert, a expert, if an an expert. I don't know 50 00:03:09.280 --> 00:03:13.520 who cares. If you are you have expertise in something and you want to 51 00:03:13.599 --> 00:03:16.840 share it and get paid for your knowledge, then go join out as an 52 00:03:16.840 --> 00:03:21.199 expert. Use The code bt six, one, four, five, hundred 53 00:03:21.199 --> 00:03:23.000 and three four, early access, as they're still in like a little Beta 54 00:03:23.080 --> 00:03:28.080 thing, and then also get a ten dollar sign up bonus. Or if 55 00:03:28.120 --> 00:03:30.520 you need some advice, there's tons of people on there to give it, 56 00:03:30.520 --> 00:03:34.039 so you can go on there, pay a little bit of money per minute 57 00:03:34.120 --> 00:03:36.960 or whatever it is, and and get the advice. Chris, are you 58 00:03:37.000 --> 00:03:38.759 over there yet? You want now? No, man, I got to 59 00:03:38.759 --> 00:03:42.080 go check it out now. Man, it was late to the game. 60 00:03:42.159 --> 00:03:45.280 Man, come on, man, I've been on there for a minute so, 61 00:03:45.879 --> 00:03:47.319 but anyway, yeah, it's a fun platform. So, anyway, 62 00:03:47.360 --> 00:03:51.439 Chris, I'm going to I'm going to pass it over for you to Hollight, 63 00:03:51.520 --> 00:03:55.319 our creator here bro Today, man, I milly gave an opportunity to 64 00:03:55.360 --> 00:04:00.479 pick a creator, and I pick professor Nez, because this guy I got 65 00:04:00.479 --> 00:04:01.560 to be on the show I don't even remember how long ago now, but 66 00:04:01.639 --> 00:04:05.560 talking about Amazon live. But like this guy is the creator's creator, just 67 00:04:05.560 --> 00:04:09.840 like you, billy, like you're doing the whole creating daily because you're trying 68 00:04:09.840 --> 00:04:13.360 to help creators see the different aspects. Like that's what he does, professor 69 00:04:13.400 --> 00:04:17.079 in real life, business, coach, all those things. What he's online, 70 00:04:17.079 --> 00:04:20.319 living the life on one side, doing creating on Youtube and take talk 71 00:04:20.360 --> 00:04:24.199 and all that, and then going to his professor nest channel to tell you 72 00:04:24.199 --> 00:04:28.399 how it's goal coach people through those. Yesterday had a good episode with one 73 00:04:28.399 --> 00:04:31.040 of the Youtube guys that we met on club house. That's actually another Charlotte 74 00:04:31.120 --> 00:04:34.879 native. And so, man, this guy bro the information is, I 75 00:04:35.000 --> 00:04:39.560 mean, yea priceless. So that's all some up prosis man. Yeah, 76 00:04:39.560 --> 00:04:41.600 man, I think I've seen him around in some of the groups, some 77 00:04:41.639 --> 00:04:44.959 of the facebook groups. I'm going to have to I should have subscribed before 78 00:04:45.000 --> 00:04:48.079 I took the screenshot put it on here. Sorry, professor. Yes, 79 00:04:48.120 --> 00:04:51.199 please forgive me and please be a guest on my show. All right. 80 00:04:51.279 --> 00:04:57.040 So that's hilarious. Hoops. All right. So it's a creator highlight. 81 00:04:57.079 --> 00:04:59.839 And then, Chris, I always you have I don't know if you've joined 82 00:04:59.920 --> 00:05:01.519 us. I don't think you've joined me on a Friday show, especially as 83 00:05:01.519 --> 00:05:04.800 a cohost, but I have this little segment called take this where I just 84 00:05:04.879 --> 00:05:09.360 show some highlights from the previous last four days. So here we go. 85 00:05:09.439 --> 00:05:15.079 We'll play that now. How do it differentiate myself? How do I stand 86 00:05:15.120 --> 00:05:19.959 now? I honestly just beat yourself like there's no one. You are yourself 87 00:05:20.079 --> 00:05:24.800 like there's no one exactly like you. Even to make a product, to 88 00:05:24.879 --> 00:05:29.560 make a podcast, a show, a book, you have to devote a 89 00:05:29.600 --> 00:05:32.040 hundred percent of it, your attention to when you're working on the formats. 90 00:05:32.040 --> 00:05:38.399 Conversational. But the first segment is an introduction of the entrepreneur. The second 91 00:05:38.920 --> 00:05:44.439 segment is them providing tips to help other entrepreneur. The third segment is them, 92 00:05:44.480 --> 00:05:47.879 I'm sharing their insights that would help other entrepreurs and in the fourth one 93 00:05:48.040 --> 00:05:51.360 is having a little bit of fun and answering some questions of that. And 94 00:05:51.399 --> 00:05:56.000 now she's like co hosting a radio show, she's Co hosting on a TV 95 00:05:56.240 --> 00:06:00.879 segment and she's doing all this really because she showed up professionally with her audio 96 00:06:01.000 --> 00:06:09.120 gear all ride. There you go, Chris. This little some highlights from 97 00:06:09.120 --> 00:06:14.560 this past week of episode so far in a in Sid got on there. 98 00:06:14.560 --> 00:06:17.199 I don't know if you've ever heard said complaining about not being on there because 99 00:06:17.240 --> 00:06:20.319 he's similar to you, like you're on here now, so how can I 100 00:06:20.360 --> 00:06:24.879 put you on there later? You know, it's like whatever. So sit 101 00:06:25.000 --> 00:06:27.759 sid made his debut. Is From Club House, but he still made it. 102 00:06:27.800 --> 00:06:31.600 He's he's actually out. Chris is sitting in Sid's normal seat today because 103 00:06:31.839 --> 00:06:35.439 sid came down with the crud. He's doing good, he's doing fine. 104 00:06:35.519 --> 00:06:40.319 He'll be back next week. So yeah, pretty excited. But Anyway, 105 00:06:40.319 --> 00:06:44.040 man, are you ready for this new segment? Chris, I think I'm 106 00:06:44.079 --> 00:06:47.319 ready. I think I'm ready. All Right, here we go with the 107 00:06:47.319 --> 00:06:51.439 new segment. The segment is called I lost the button. Where did the 108 00:06:51.439 --> 00:06:55.680 button go? Where did I put the button now? Oh, here it 109 00:06:55.800 --> 00:07:00.800 is, and he's anything quick in th this a little aggressive. All right, 110 00:07:00.839 --> 00:07:03.759 I need a bigger stream deck. I can't see this one. So 111 00:07:03.839 --> 00:07:08.720 this is called quick thinker. This is a new segment that I'm testing out 112 00:07:08.720 --> 00:07:10.759 on Chris. Will see how it works. Let us know in the chat 113 00:07:10.800 --> 00:07:13.639 if you like it. But the rules are Chris is, I'm going to 114 00:07:13.720 --> 00:07:17.720 ask you questions rapid fire style and you have to just answer them as quick 115 00:07:17.759 --> 00:07:21.839 as you can. And what's whatever answer comes to your mind is totally random. 116 00:07:21.879 --> 00:07:25.519 Has Nothing to do with today's topic, so you don't have to sound 117 00:07:25.560 --> 00:07:27.720 like you know what you're talking about. And I tweety. We give give 118 00:07:27.759 --> 00:07:30.439 it to me, whatever it is. Are you ready? Really, I'm 119 00:07:30.439 --> 00:07:32.279 really good at that. Let's go. All Right, here we go. 120 00:07:32.560 --> 00:07:36.720 First question. What do you want for your birthday? Oh, a Lamborghini 121 00:07:36.839 --> 00:07:43.360 yours. Where to Mona Lisa live or work? Oh, be Donald's. 122 00:07:43.920 --> 00:07:47.279 What's the worst thing you can put in a coffee water? SLAMMI, Salami, 123 00:07:47.279 --> 00:07:53.199 Salami. How many times I say SLAMMI? Three, four. Who 124 00:07:53.279 --> 00:08:00.120 is that boy? Oh, that's good, that works in. Last question. 125 00:08:00.160 --> 00:08:05.759 What is your band's name? Oh, trash man's tracks. All right, 126 00:08:05.959 --> 00:08:09.160 very big. There we go, Ladies and gentlemen, we did it. 127 00:08:09.199 --> 00:08:11.040 That was so much fun, man, well, for me, I 128 00:08:11.040 --> 00:08:13.199 don't know about for you, and I should have had this. There we 129 00:08:13.240 --> 00:08:18.480 go. A little applause for you, Chris. You survived the quick sinker 130 00:08:18.519 --> 00:08:22.680 segment, if you're still watching after that, which, if you're not, 131 00:08:22.720 --> 00:08:24.120 I don't blame you. I'd probably be like, you know what, this 132 00:08:24.199 --> 00:08:26.839 is weird, I'm out of here. But was that fun? On the 133 00:08:26.839 --> 00:08:30.439 guest side, just a little second to Heed Bang. I think it was 134 00:08:30.480 --> 00:08:33.120 pretty fun man. Yeah, it made me think. First. Second, 135 00:08:33.480 --> 00:08:37.279 yeah, get your juice up a little bit. So you want to what 136 00:08:37.320 --> 00:08:39.919 did you want for your birthday? What was that? Lamborghini, yours. 137 00:08:39.960 --> 00:08:43.879 Someone's going to buy you a Yarus, not a Lamborghini, Yarus or yours, 138 00:08:45.080 --> 00:08:46.080 but y'are right. Give me a tell yo too, yours. They'RE 139 00:08:46.080 --> 00:08:48.240 gonna get it wrong there, like, how do you spell that? Oh, 140 00:08:48.320 --> 00:08:52.279 yeah, that's what he wanted there between Toyota, Yarus, has and 141 00:08:52.279 --> 00:08:56.519 and what I wouldever I drive? What do? I don't know what I 142 00:08:56.559 --> 00:08:58.519 drive anyway. Down here in Puerto Rica, it's like all you see like 143 00:09:00.000 --> 00:09:01.480 it right. Yeah, well, I can remember the cards. I'm just 144 00:09:01.519 --> 00:09:05.519 focus on selling anyhow, because I'm gonna be back in twenty days in North 145 00:09:05.559 --> 00:09:09.919 Carolina, actually eighteen days. I'm excited. But, Chris, I will 146 00:09:09.960 --> 00:09:13.600 stop goofing off, even though that's the most fun part of the show, 147 00:09:13.639 --> 00:09:16.240 and I think we did all of my segments I had planned. So let's 148 00:09:16.320 --> 00:09:24.360 jump into talking about how creators NFTS can mean, you know, getting a 149 00:09:24.440 --> 00:09:28.840 money bag. So we're in before we start, I guess let's just say 150 00:09:28.879 --> 00:09:31.240 this. If you don't know what an n FT is, Chris and I 151 00:09:31.240 --> 00:09:35.600 actually made a podcast episode about it for my other podcast. However, it's 152 00:09:35.639 --> 00:09:39.480 still on the same youtube channel. So head over to creating daily Youtube and 153 00:09:39.559 --> 00:09:43.159 just typing Chris Giles and you'll see what is an nft and that will kind 154 00:09:43.159 --> 00:09:48.919 of explain what it is. But really, on today's episode we're focused on 155 00:09:48.960 --> 00:09:52.679 how do we as creators, get into this world, get into the space 156 00:09:52.879 --> 00:09:56.840 and utilize NFT's for, you know, for our benefit? So I'm going 157 00:09:56.840 --> 00:09:58.519 to open it up to you and I'm going to I'll stop you every now 158 00:09:58.600 --> 00:10:01.480 again to ask a really intelligent question, I'm sure, because I know so 159 00:10:01.559 --> 00:10:07.759 much about this topic. Dude, I think I just got off watching a 160 00:10:07.799 --> 00:10:11.639 bunch of stuff about it too. You know, shout out to Bradley. 161 00:10:11.639 --> 00:10:13.919 He's in the he's in the comments. He's the hardest on the project be 162 00:10:13.000 --> 00:10:16.120 working on and I know he's even price sometimes like made. It feels like 163 00:10:16.159 --> 00:10:20.960 it's taken take it forever, but it's it's one of those things made. 164 00:10:20.960 --> 00:10:26.639 That the good part about it is it's another way to monetize and create community 165 00:10:26.679 --> 00:10:28.840 and that's the way that we're kind of looking at it. Is, as 166 00:10:28.840 --> 00:10:33.600 we build this project, the goal is for us we're in this created a 167 00:10:33.600 --> 00:10:35.000 community. That's why this is so great. That's why we talk all the 168 00:10:35.000 --> 00:10:39.399 time, right, is the ideas to be able to help other creators and 169 00:10:39.440 --> 00:10:45.639 put them in community with more creators, and and not just the you and 170 00:10:45.799 --> 00:10:48.360 me right where we jump on every day, or we're jumping on just just 171 00:10:48.440 --> 00:10:52.559 creating content, like that's our business, right. But how about all those 172 00:10:52.600 --> 00:10:56.840 people that have a job or have a business that is not specific to creating 173 00:10:56.879 --> 00:11:01.960 but have no clue and need to figure out how they can make money showing 174 00:11:01.039 --> 00:11:05.120 up and showing content? And so what we want to do is the project 175 00:11:05.120 --> 00:11:07.080 itself, and this is where we get into it, right, make sure 176 00:11:07.080 --> 00:11:11.720 you check out the other video. Is that it's not about the artwork per 177 00:11:11.759 --> 00:11:15.000 se. Right. The artwork is great and it's amazing and, like Bradley 178 00:11:15.000 --> 00:11:16.000 put his foot in, and I don't even know if that's the right term 179 00:11:16.039 --> 00:11:20.440 for artists, right, but the end thing is the community that we get 180 00:11:20.480 --> 00:11:22.879 to build with it, right, the utility that we get to build with 181 00:11:22.919 --> 00:11:28.200 it, and so yo, that that's really the big part that I'm excited 182 00:11:28.200 --> 00:11:30.679 about, is what will come from that. The goal is, and I'm 183 00:11:30.720 --> 00:11:31.879 saying this lave on here, because if I say lab on there, you 184 00:11:31.879 --> 00:11:35.919 guys are whold be to it. There we go. Goal is is that 185 00:11:35.000 --> 00:11:39.000 will have it ready and dropped by the time we go to vid fast. 186 00:11:39.039 --> 00:11:41.799 If you don't know, that's a boreal day weekend, and so it's like 187 00:11:41.840 --> 00:11:46.519 three weeks, right, bro where it's close with I don't even six yeah, 188 00:11:46.519 --> 00:11:48.240 this is wait, twenty days brow. Yeah, I'LL BE I'll be 189 00:11:48.279 --> 00:11:54.720 back in North Carolina like unpacking my gear, hopefully. So okay, so 190 00:11:54.799 --> 00:11:58.759 I love what you guys are doing and it's kind of interesting because, you 191 00:11:58.799 --> 00:12:03.320 know, first of all, I think nfts and utility and you know, 192 00:12:03.399 --> 00:12:07.879 cryptocurrent, like all this stuff gets a really super confusing super fast for the 193 00:12:07.879 --> 00:12:11.440 average person, who's like, I have no idea what you're talking about. 194 00:12:11.799 --> 00:12:15.600 So give me. So you guys are doing genomies, right, so what 195 00:12:15.679 --> 00:12:18.399 this? That's what the projects called beer. The bear didn't know Meies, 196 00:12:18.399 --> 00:12:20.039 weird and billies. What it can't you know me? Well, I'm thinking 197 00:12:20.039 --> 00:12:28.600 of I'm thinking of the grannies. Oh then, yeah, sorry, man, 198 00:12:28.639 --> 00:12:31.120 I'm get I'm confused. So so you guys are doing the the bearded 199 00:12:31.159 --> 00:12:37.159 nomies, and and so I've been a part of other projects, but it 200 00:12:37.240 --> 00:12:39.360 seems like those are the projects. You know, Gary Vyner truck for instance, 201 00:12:39.639 --> 00:12:43.600 or Gary Henderson, I'll just keep talking about Gary's. It seems like 202 00:12:43.639 --> 00:12:48.279 they all started with this huge audience and then they're getting them to buy into 203 00:12:48.279 --> 00:12:52.399 their ecosystem or their NFT project. But you guys are kind of taking it 204 00:12:52.519 --> 00:12:56.080 the other approach, like here we're going to build this and build a community 205 00:12:56.159 --> 00:12:58.480 with it. So what's the strategy there? Yeah, for me, it's 206 00:12:58.559 --> 00:13:01.639 the the community, and so this is what is right. Like you said, 207 00:13:01.679 --> 00:13:03.639 a lot of people look at them and they're like, Oh, you 208 00:13:03.639 --> 00:13:07.639 hear about the negatives right here, about the rug pulls, of the people 209 00:13:07.960 --> 00:13:11.600 basically cashing in because they just have an audience. And so what we wanted 210 00:13:11.639 --> 00:13:15.720 to do was start it smaller, in a community space where it gives you 211 00:13:15.840 --> 00:13:18.600 access to the community. So, and this is what I try to explain 212 00:13:18.639 --> 00:13:20.600 to people, to the utility. Right, the whole point of it is 213 00:13:20.639 --> 00:13:24.600 the collect the collect the artwork is cool, but it's the utility behind. 214 00:13:24.639 --> 00:13:28.559 When you have access to this NFT, you have access to the community and 215 00:13:28.639 --> 00:13:33.960 now know we grow it from the ground up, and so you're more vested 216 00:13:33.039 --> 00:13:35.799 in the fact, right, when you build your friend now, right, 217 00:13:35.879 --> 00:13:39.600 like. So in this you've been hitting me like, dude, when they 218 00:13:39.679 --> 00:13:41.919 drop it? When it they drop it? Yeah, because you're like, 219 00:13:41.960 --> 00:13:46.039 I want to be in that community. I want to and so it's it's 220 00:13:46.200 --> 00:13:50.039 that piece of why we want to start it small and allow it to grow, 221 00:13:50.080 --> 00:13:52.759 because the potential for it is endless. But we want people to know 222 00:13:52.799 --> 00:13:58.960 how real this project is and how much it beats to us, above just 223 00:13:58.080 --> 00:14:03.200 you buying the nft right and again. The key of it is being affordable. 224 00:14:03.200 --> 00:14:05.639 A key of it is making sure that we're teaching people. Like you 225 00:14:05.639 --> 00:14:09.399 said, there's so many people that are in our space to have no clue. 226 00:14:09.440 --> 00:14:13.200 And so for those other podcasters, for those of her other creators that 227 00:14:13.240 --> 00:14:15.679 were like, I love the idea, but I have no clue how to 228 00:14:15.759 --> 00:14:18.159 use it. Like this is the point of the project. is so that 229 00:14:18.200 --> 00:14:22.200 you can see from the ground up one how to build the project, to 230 00:14:22.240 --> 00:14:26.679 get with other creators, to learn to create better and to go cool, 231 00:14:26.720 --> 00:14:31.000 I'm watching this project build and now I can go with my idea build something 232 00:14:31.039 --> 00:14:33.320 myself. So God, that's the that's the cool thing. So I guess 233 00:14:33.360 --> 00:14:37.120 the benefit for somebody kind of talk about two sides. I mean obviously the 234 00:14:37.120 --> 00:14:41.799 benefit for you guys as the creators of your project and selling it. Obviously 235 00:14:41.879 --> 00:14:46.320 you make money there. The Way NFT's work is every time one of them 236 00:14:46.320 --> 00:14:48.919 is sold, you're going to make money there as as well as the person 237 00:14:48.960 --> 00:14:52.799 who bought it. So that's a but that's a the benefit I want to 238 00:14:52.799 --> 00:14:58.960 talk about as the consumer and not as the vendor is if I buy into 239 00:14:58.000 --> 00:15:03.039 your nft project when it drops, then I can hold it, I can 240 00:15:03.120 --> 00:15:07.399 come to all the functions, all the utility, all the permissions, all 241 00:15:07.440 --> 00:15:11.480 the access, and then if I do that for you know, twelve months, 242 00:15:11.559 --> 00:15:13.440 twenty four months, I go you know what I've learned all I can 243 00:15:13.440 --> 00:15:20.080 here with Chris and Bradley, then I can now go back and resell that, 244 00:15:20.399 --> 00:15:24.759 as opposed to if you just had a membership group, then I would 245 00:15:24.799 --> 00:15:28.039 just pay money every month to be a part of it within that money would 246 00:15:28.080 --> 00:15:31.639 just go away. So I guess that's one of the big benefits of doing 247 00:15:31.679 --> 00:15:35.639 that and it's so absolutely so. After the original sale, though, of 248 00:15:35.639 --> 00:15:39.840 a Nimpty, and I've seen you guys do a ton of work. I've 249 00:15:39.879 --> 00:15:41.600 seen you know, Gary Henderson, much I've mentioned a couple times, do 250 00:15:41.639 --> 00:15:46.200 a ton of work. Gary Vanderd truck just has a ton of people to 251 00:15:46.200 --> 00:15:48.480 do work for him. So, but it's a bout. It's a lot 252 00:15:48.480 --> 00:15:54.600 of stinking work. So how do you like, is there any other monetization 253 00:15:54.679 --> 00:16:00.240 opportunities after that initial sale with that same person to like, you know, 254 00:16:00.320 --> 00:16:03.120 rebuy as a creator, because that's what we're all looking for. We're looking 255 00:16:03.159 --> 00:16:07.240 for residual revenue. But if I'm like, Hey, buy my one FT 256 00:16:07.360 --> 00:16:10.799 and I'm going to show up every Thursday for eternity to coach you and how 257 00:16:10.840 --> 00:16:14.440 to podcast, like, eventually that money runs dry, right, unless I 258 00:16:14.480 --> 00:16:17.919 have this massive audience. So how does that work? I think that's one 259 00:16:17.960 --> 00:16:19.840 of the cool things. Right. Is like if you think of Flei, 260 00:16:21.039 --> 00:16:23.639 for those who are seasoned creators, are in it at least a couple, 261 00:16:23.840 --> 00:16:27.080 a couple years or a year. So when you'd like seen the other monetization 262 00:16:27.120 --> 00:16:30.559 patterns, right, what are the cool thing is? I think of it 263 00:16:30.600 --> 00:16:33.000 is the patreon models, the you know, only fans, the Iby of 264 00:16:33.039 --> 00:16:37.360 coffee, all that stuff. Right. Where the ideas? That the community? 265 00:16:37.480 --> 00:16:40.080 That's why I keep using that word. That's what I'm so serious about 266 00:16:40.080 --> 00:16:45.279 the word community is because what you then do, as you have a captive 267 00:16:45.360 --> 00:16:48.600 audience. And so, yes, you have access to the training, to 268 00:16:48.639 --> 00:16:52.120 the courses, to the whatever, you know, we decide to drop in 269 00:16:52.120 --> 00:16:55.480 there for the community. That's free and you only get it because you have 270 00:16:55.559 --> 00:16:59.320 this nft. Well, now we go hunt, let's do exclusive merch drop. 271 00:16:59.360 --> 00:17:00.440 Right, let's do a beard at noby's, because once you got to 272 00:17:00.440 --> 00:17:04.000 see the project, you'll see that they have cool hats and they have cool, 273 00:17:04.480 --> 00:17:07.640 you know, nose rings and things like that, and gloves and like. 274 00:17:07.680 --> 00:17:11.279 So there's all these pieces just in the bearded nobody's, you know, 275 00:17:11.319 --> 00:17:14.079 intellectual property. Right. And so then we go, Hey, look, 276 00:17:14.079 --> 00:17:18.400 we're going to do an exclusive bearded noby hat drop, but you can only 277 00:17:18.440 --> 00:17:21.440 buy it if you have a beard at nope. It's the only way you 278 00:17:21.480 --> 00:17:23.640 get access to it, like those kind of things. Yeah, okay, 279 00:17:23.680 --> 00:17:26.839 may so, okay, that makes sense. So it so it's the it's 280 00:17:26.920 --> 00:17:32.680 the access to any any additional stuff outside of that, utilities where you're going 281 00:17:32.680 --> 00:17:34.960 to really be making some money. All right, so that's a that's a 282 00:17:36.000 --> 00:17:37.000 pretty you know, and I've thought about this too, because I have a 283 00:17:37.039 --> 00:17:42.200 membership for my fishing podcast. That's doing really well right now and you know, 284 00:17:42.240 --> 00:17:45.079 we've thought about that as well, like hey, this is a members 285 00:17:45.200 --> 00:17:49.200 only invite. It's still there's a fee associated to it, but it's a 286 00:17:49.240 --> 00:17:52.640 members only invite. But I do like the fact that, you know, 287 00:17:52.680 --> 00:17:56.720 when I buy into your project, I can turn around and make my money, 288 00:17:56.880 --> 00:18:00.839 you know, potentially, I guess. So how does and this is 289 00:18:00.880 --> 00:18:03.160 my big question mark all the time with these big pride because, you know, 290 00:18:03.200 --> 00:18:07.079 I hear people in Club House and it's like, join my thing, 291 00:18:07.160 --> 00:18:08.039 just what you get? Join my things, what you get? This, 292 00:18:08.079 --> 00:18:11.079 what you get you and I'm like, Dude, all of this is this 293 00:18:11.200 --> 00:18:17.000 creator attached to it. Yeah, so this creator gets hit by a bus, 294 00:18:17.240 --> 00:18:21.119 like the value of that project goes out. Is that how you guys 295 00:18:21.119 --> 00:18:25.079 have structured it? Or is there a different way to structure an NFT project 296 00:18:25.079 --> 00:18:29.359 that way? If if I spend eight hundred hours creating an nft I mean 297 00:18:29.519 --> 00:18:33.039 make sense that much, but whatever I create it I, you know, 298 00:18:33.160 --> 00:18:37.359 drop dead because I drink too many monster drinks. How does that thing live 299 00:18:37.440 --> 00:18:42.759 on beyond Billy Thorpe and his face and brand and all that? Man That 300 00:18:42.759 --> 00:18:45.359 that part is that that's the coolest part to me, right, is because, 301 00:18:45.400 --> 00:18:48.920 if you're me's the word Ip, intellectual property. Right, the bear 302 00:18:48.960 --> 00:18:52.559 didn't know me's. It's not just the pictures right now. That's the idea. 303 00:18:52.599 --> 00:18:56.519 And so what happens is, as we develop it, it's not just 304 00:18:56.640 --> 00:19:00.720 the nft or the picture that we sent you or just access. Right is 305 00:19:00.759 --> 00:19:04.319 now it's its own company, it's its own ecosystem and one that's one of 306 00:19:04.319 --> 00:19:07.000 the reasons why it's more than one of us. Right, we didn't wanted 307 00:19:07.039 --> 00:19:11.599 to just fall off the face of the earth. To is, as we 308 00:19:11.720 --> 00:19:15.680 build it, the company itself will live past us, right, just like 309 00:19:15.720 --> 00:19:18.519 any good company. Right, this isn't a mom and pop shop. That's 310 00:19:18.559 --> 00:19:21.480 not the goal. Some of the things we have it. We haven't visit 311 00:19:21.519 --> 00:19:25.160 it yet, but it's certain NFT projects. What they've done is use what's 312 00:19:25.160 --> 00:19:30.200 called like a dial which is essentially an automated organizational background. It's what happens 313 00:19:30.200 --> 00:19:36.359 in the back end that if someone's so passes away, it keeps going it 314 00:19:36.480 --> 00:19:38.319 essentially it just votes in another, you know, quote unquote leader, if 315 00:19:38.319 --> 00:19:41.960 you want to call it that, or CEO or you know whatever you call 316 00:19:41.039 --> 00:19:45.440 the title. And so it keeps going past title. Chris, I'm curious. 317 00:19:45.480 --> 00:19:48.119 What's your title like? I don't even think we made titles yet. 318 00:19:48.160 --> 00:19:49.240 Man, that's that's a good idea. I said, it is what I 319 00:19:49.279 --> 00:19:53.160 need to call you. And Bradley. We gotta come up with Bradley still 320 00:19:53.160 --> 00:19:56.240 there. Maybe you got we got to come up with that crazy titles. 321 00:19:56.279 --> 00:19:57.839 That yeah, we need. We need to we need a title to call 322 00:19:57.920 --> 00:20:03.440 you, Grand Master to me or something, grand master, Colt leader, 323 00:20:03.640 --> 00:20:06.960 cult leader. Know Me. That's so funny. I always joke around about 324 00:20:06.960 --> 00:20:10.839 inft projects being like colds because you are kind of building this. I mean 325 00:20:10.880 --> 00:20:14.799 I've seen people get sideways over these things already and I'm like, we're crazy, 326 00:20:14.839 --> 00:20:18.000 Bro I think people are like still early. I think and if these 327 00:20:18.000 --> 00:20:21.920 are still super early market and it's, you know, still pretty Valatsil. 328 00:20:21.960 --> 00:20:23.279 So so let's talk about that for a minute, you know, and somebody 329 00:20:23.279 --> 00:20:26.240 brought this up in the chat. It's a pretty long chat, so let 330 00:20:26.240 --> 00:20:29.319 me see if I can. Yeah, there it goes. It fits. 331 00:20:29.319 --> 00:20:33.279 But James Scott says, Wall Street Journal reported that NFT cells are down ninety 332 00:20:33.279 --> 00:20:37.640 percent daytoday over last month. Is this a bubble burst on nft's or and 333 00:20:37.720 --> 00:20:41.559 I guess nobody really knows. You know, it's like we don't we can't 334 00:20:41.599 --> 00:20:45.880 really say what's going to happen. But what have you seen as far as 335 00:20:45.880 --> 00:20:49.960 fluctuation like, because you obviously you're comfortable, but what are precautions you're taking? 336 00:20:52.480 --> 00:20:56.240 Bro I mean it goes back to the fact it goes back to knowing 337 00:20:56.279 --> 00:20:59.079 what we're building and be being okay with what we're building on the back end. 338 00:20:59.160 --> 00:21:03.720 The reason that it that happens right in any market is because people rush 339 00:21:03.839 --> 00:21:07.039 the market with the money. So there were all the people that were like, 340 00:21:07.039 --> 00:21:08.640 Oh, I'm gonna buy this, hoping to flip this, and that 341 00:21:08.759 --> 00:21:11.920 was their only mindset. And that's why, when you hear me talking, 342 00:21:12.000 --> 00:21:15.519 you said it a couple times of Oh yeah, I get to sell it 343 00:21:15.599 --> 00:21:18.759 down the line when I've done twelve months and I've learned what I want to 344 00:21:18.839 --> 00:21:22.839 learn. But you notice I haven't said anything about that, because I'm not 345 00:21:22.880 --> 00:21:25.920 trying to sell you on the hold it for later. What I'm trying to 346 00:21:25.920 --> 00:21:27.880 say is we're building a community now, and so guess what, when you 347 00:21:27.880 --> 00:21:30.960 buy a Nobie, you're in the community. I'm not charging you bothly, 348 00:21:32.960 --> 00:21:36.640 yeah, I like that it's so selling you can't us now. So what 349 00:21:36.680 --> 00:21:40.400 you're saying is the added bonus that we build this thing up and people go 350 00:21:40.559 --> 00:21:42.839 crap, I wanted the community and now you have value. Right. Yeah, 351 00:21:42.960 --> 00:21:45.680 so that just too added bonus. Okay, yeah, and you got 352 00:21:45.720 --> 00:21:49.000 your partner here. I Love I should brought both you guys on. Big 353 00:21:49.000 --> 00:21:52.599 Know Me. It's will call you big know me, little know me, 354 00:21:52.680 --> 00:21:56.079 billy know me. I'M gonna have my own name. It's like homies. 355 00:21:56.119 --> 00:22:00.519 So we we have to use family community type names and titles. And Man, 356 00:22:00.599 --> 00:22:03.920 I do love this about the you know, NFT projects that I've seen. 357 00:22:03.920 --> 00:22:07.519 I mean sure, there's some out there that are just like super cold 358 00:22:07.519 --> 00:22:11.319 dish, and I say that in a nice way. I I don't know 359 00:22:11.319 --> 00:22:14.680 anyone way to say it like that's might be pretty harsh. I don't maybe 360 00:22:14.680 --> 00:22:18.400 I'm need to cancel that for this, but but it is man like. 361 00:22:18.559 --> 00:22:22.720 I know people rick trying to recruit me to buy an nft to get access 362 00:22:22.759 --> 00:22:26.759 to somebody that I honestly just don't care anything that they're doing or have to 363 00:22:26.839 --> 00:22:30.160 say, but they're just like up my face about it. Like Bro, 364 00:22:30.240 --> 00:22:32.119 you got to buy, you got a buy, you get a buy it 365 00:22:32.160 --> 00:22:34.839 and I'm like, I'm don't find value in that community. So I think 366 00:22:34.839 --> 00:22:38.960 this is a good lesson. You know, one this is probably not a 367 00:22:40.000 --> 00:22:42.400 good approach to just buy and flip. I think that's something that you said 368 00:22:42.519 --> 00:22:45.079 is like, you know, that's like, Hey, if you want to 369 00:22:45.079 --> 00:22:48.480 buy and flip, I'm sure there's projects to buy and flip, but what 370 00:22:48.519 --> 00:22:52.680 you guys are trying to do is like, Hey, let's let's get these 371 00:22:52.680 --> 00:22:56.000 out there. We're trying to build this community first and then if you guys 372 00:22:56.039 --> 00:22:57.480 want to sell it down the road, sure it's your it's yours to do 373 00:22:57.519 --> 00:23:02.279 what you want. So I really love that approach. And it's not just 374 00:23:02.960 --> 00:23:04.000 hey, can make money now, Hey, I've done this, hey, 375 00:23:04.039 --> 00:23:07.240 you know, because everybody has a victory story and I could sit here and 376 00:23:07.240 --> 00:23:11.119 share all kinds of victory stories and sell sponsorship package at the end of it, 377 00:23:11.160 --> 00:23:18.640 but that doesn't really qualify the creator to even have a project that is 378 00:23:18.640 --> 00:23:22.039 worthy of sponsorship. Like I need to go to that qualification process and not 379 00:23:22.079 --> 00:23:25.599 just here's this big pie dream. And I think that's what I get bent 380 00:23:25.640 --> 00:23:30.200 out of shape with NFTS and projects, because I'm like, dude, this 381 00:23:30.319 --> 00:23:33.799 is just a bunch of lip service. Man Like. There's no way that 382 00:23:33.880 --> 00:23:37.480 this is, you know, the thing. So get another question here and 383 00:23:37.480 --> 00:23:38.799 feel free. If anybody's watching, you know I love it that people are 384 00:23:38.839 --> 00:23:41.720 jumping in. And what's up James Hicks? I see him jump in. 385 00:23:41.839 --> 00:23:45.720 I was on his show last night. It was an awesome episode. Had 386 00:23:45.720 --> 00:23:48.559 A lot of fun. And then James Scott says, how do you price 387 00:23:48.640 --> 00:23:51.680 in Enoft? Is it based on the size of the community? This is 388 00:23:51.680 --> 00:23:53.920 a good this good question. How does how do you find the value of 389 00:23:53.960 --> 00:23:57.839 your projects? So I think this is one of the crazy parts. Right, 390 00:23:57.880 --> 00:24:00.720 just like when you price any and write your pressure services for your business, 391 00:24:00.720 --> 00:24:07.039 you price the products in your store. You have to decide which model 392 00:24:07.119 --> 00:24:10.559 you want to go with, right, and so some people go with the 393 00:24:10.640 --> 00:24:14.400 model. There's one I just forget what it's called. It's like a reverse 394 00:24:15.240 --> 00:24:19.599 bidding type thing, where essentially they'll start it really, really high and then 395 00:24:19.680 --> 00:24:22.279 if nobody's buying it at this price, they drop a little bit to see 396 00:24:22.279 --> 00:24:25.680 who to buy it at that price and they just keep going backwards and it 397 00:24:25.680 --> 00:24:30.720 actually gets less expensive as the bidding goes on. There's the front and bidding 398 00:24:30.720 --> 00:24:33.240 where you're just like will start at a hundred dollars and see how much people 399 00:24:33.359 --> 00:24:36.559 pay. Oh, you guys are willing to pay more. Cool this bump 400 00:24:36.599 --> 00:24:40.000 it up. was bumping up for us. What we want to do again, 401 00:24:40.039 --> 00:24:44.240 because a huge portion of this project, the huge part of this project, 402 00:24:44.319 --> 00:24:48.240 is accessibility, and so we don't want you know, you billy. 403 00:24:48.240 --> 00:24:51.720 We talked about your experience trying to buy your first thing and it was like, 404 00:24:51.759 --> 00:24:53.119 I had to do a hundred dollars here and the five dollars here in 405 00:24:53.160 --> 00:24:56.920 the transfer and this and that. Glad you said that. So we want 406 00:24:56.920 --> 00:25:00.640 to make it so. We want to make it so inexpensive in a sense 407 00:25:00.720 --> 00:25:04.160 that like in theory, almost obviously not everybody has the money, right, 408 00:25:04.200 --> 00:25:07.480 but the degree that everybody can get in. So literally we're talking about like 409 00:25:07.519 --> 00:25:12.640 a sub fifty dollar US price, right, so that people get access. 410 00:25:12.680 --> 00:25:18.440 And so for us that's what it is because again, we're also like you, 411 00:25:18.680 --> 00:25:23.480 you mentioned it before, like this itself, the project is community and 412 00:25:23.559 --> 00:25:27.359 Bradley had we have businesses, like yeah, we're not. This isn't for 413 00:25:27.400 --> 00:25:30.720 the money. Will we make a few bucks on it in the end if 414 00:25:30.720 --> 00:25:33.920 it all works out and everything works great. Yes, if everything works out 415 00:25:33.000 --> 00:25:37.759 to the plan, yes, but we're not betting our whole life or this 416 00:25:37.880 --> 00:25:41.680 being the way we make the money. And so that's what makes us secure 417 00:25:41.720 --> 00:25:45.079 in like hey, we'll just start it here and it will see how it 418 00:25:45.079 --> 00:25:48.480 grows and guess what now, just as a small wind right, if you 419 00:25:48.680 --> 00:25:52.200 bought it at fifty bucks and now it's worth a hundred bucks in it in 420 00:25:52.359 --> 00:25:56.440 six months. He's like only pay fifty. I got like you said, 421 00:25:56.480 --> 00:25:59.559 I got an access, I've answered, I got my questions answered, and 422 00:25:59.680 --> 00:26:02.279 somebody wants it for a hundred, sure I'll sell it for a hundred and 423 00:26:02.319 --> 00:26:07.119 you've made money and got in free access and value like that's we's will win 424 00:26:07.200 --> 00:26:11.599 it my head. So so man, I get another so, and I 425 00:26:11.680 --> 00:26:15.400 love that you brought this up, because I did have a lot of trouble 426 00:26:15.599 --> 00:26:19.160 with this walllet that wallet, this e. That bitcoin, this thing, 427 00:26:19.160 --> 00:26:22.400 whatever it is. So how heavy. And I know you guys, I 428 00:26:22.440 --> 00:26:26.119 haven't gotten to this point yet, so maybe I can bring it back on 429 00:26:26.319 --> 00:26:29.559 and you guys could talk to me about it. But I know just creating 430 00:26:29.640 --> 00:26:33.640 a small membership group of less than two hundred people in the last couple of 431 00:26:33.680 --> 00:26:40.559 months that it has been, you know, quite a bit of inflow of 432 00:26:40.599 --> 00:26:44.119 customer service. And how do I log into my account and how do I 433 00:26:44.200 --> 00:26:47.680 and this is stuff that people been doing on the Internet for two decades. 434 00:26:48.039 --> 00:26:51.680 This isn't how do I get a wallet? And then I take a real 435 00:26:51.759 --> 00:26:55.160 money and I buy fake money, and you not fake money, but you 436 00:26:55.200 --> 00:26:57.519 know, I'm saying like a different currency online that I can't hold, touch 437 00:26:57.640 --> 00:27:00.640 or feel or have. You know, and sure you know. It's like 438 00:27:00.920 --> 00:27:03.599 all these questions. So what are you guys doing to prepare, because I 439 00:27:03.599 --> 00:27:07.960 imagine you know people like I've mentioned earlier in the show, you know, 440 00:27:07.960 --> 00:27:12.759 when do sold over Tenzero nfts and Creator coin and all this other stuff, 441 00:27:12.759 --> 00:27:15.559 and I'm like, Gosh, man, I met your customer service teams just 442 00:27:15.599 --> 00:27:21.279 like twenty people answering questions, because it's not common. So what's the plan 443 00:27:21.400 --> 00:27:23.160 there? Then? The plan there is, I mean, that's that's aage 444 00:27:23.200 --> 00:27:26.640 portion of why we're not betting the money on it right. It's because a 445 00:27:26.640 --> 00:27:29.599 lot of the money is going to go into building the infrastructure and like that's 446 00:27:29.640 --> 00:27:32.799 the that's the point of the of the even having a price on it. 447 00:27:32.880 --> 00:27:34.559 Right, we can't give it up for free because at some point yet we'll 448 00:27:34.599 --> 00:27:37.839 have to have a community manager, will have to have and you know that's 449 00:27:37.839 --> 00:27:41.200 one piece right as you have the discord where the community is, and so 450 00:27:41.279 --> 00:27:45.079 we're able to answer questions directly there. But guess what this is. This 451 00:27:45.119 --> 00:27:47.599 is the funny part, as you're saying, and I'm laughing, because people 452 00:27:47.680 --> 00:27:49.920 going to ask questions. I guess what. We're content creators. I'm going 453 00:27:49.960 --> 00:27:53.440 to create content. So you're going to ask the question, all these questions 454 00:27:53.480 --> 00:27:56.160 you're asking, I'll make a video and go, hey, this video, 455 00:27:56.400 --> 00:27:59.759 what is it? The FT? Hey, how do you get this Willett 456 00:27:59.799 --> 00:28:02.119 Boob? But guess what? Now my channels function. I guess what I 457 00:28:02.240 --> 00:28:07.079 monetize over there. Okay, okay, I got you. Man. Yeah, 458 00:28:07.079 --> 00:28:10.240 because I'm in some discourse servers of N FFT projects. I'm like, 459 00:28:10.359 --> 00:28:12.480 holy cow, this is like a full time job, man, like this 460 00:28:12.559 --> 00:28:17.000 is insane, because I like to run everything lean and me and so I'm 461 00:28:17.039 --> 00:28:21.079 like even me answering like ten emails a week. If how I lost my 462 00:28:21.160 --> 00:28:23.039 log in, I get don't have access to this membership page. Like what 463 00:28:23.119 --> 00:28:26.319 happened? I'm like, who am I paying to do this, because I 464 00:28:26.319 --> 00:28:29.640 don't want to do this. I think I want to create catty. But 465 00:28:29.640 --> 00:28:32.680 that's a good idea and I should create content around it and just put it 466 00:28:32.680 --> 00:28:36.599 in a resource folder there on the website or resource link or whatever. So 467 00:28:36.680 --> 00:28:40.279 let's go see Bradley is in the chat again. Let's see. Say, 468 00:28:40.359 --> 00:28:44.599 I think selling accountability and access is the best way to go. We want 469 00:28:44.599 --> 00:28:48.359 to empower creatives to create beyond us. Products are cool too, though. 470 00:28:48.720 --> 00:28:51.720 So yeah, I think that's I think you guys got a cool thing going 471 00:28:51.839 --> 00:28:55.200 on, man. So how many hours do you think that you've invested so 472 00:28:55.319 --> 00:29:00.759 far pre launched in from? I mean, I'm talking like early about man 473 00:29:00.839 --> 00:29:04.039 is still isn't it? I mean, like I said, so I feel 474 00:29:04.119 --> 00:29:07.319 like I say, the easy part was the artwork, but of course I 475 00:29:07.319 --> 00:29:10.559 don't know how much time we're Atlea spent doing the artwork. But that's what 476 00:29:10.599 --> 00:29:14.359 he does, that's his that's his space, and so he spent the time 477 00:29:14.400 --> 00:29:18.240 to just make such a great project, and so I was so excited about 478 00:29:18.279 --> 00:29:19.559 the artwork that I was like do we got to do something with it? 479 00:29:19.640 --> 00:29:23.039 And because it's started out literally his the artwork that he first showed us. 480 00:29:23.119 --> 00:29:26.119 It wasn't like Hey, let's do an NFC project and you should do the 481 00:29:26.200 --> 00:29:29.680 art. It literally was. He sent a piece of art and I was 482 00:29:29.720 --> 00:29:33.599 like, dude, that's a basic can you make fivezer of the he's like, 483 00:29:33.680 --> 00:29:37.200 let's get it, and he went through and did the workman, and 484 00:29:37.559 --> 00:29:40.920 you know. So for me on the back end I'll build the coding and 485 00:29:40.960 --> 00:29:44.759 setting up the discord and then we'll get into marketing man and will get into 486 00:29:44.799 --> 00:29:48.119 the conversations like this. Right this is the easiest part to me is jumping 487 00:29:48.160 --> 00:29:52.119 on a podcast talking about it. The the hard part was the coding with 488 00:29:52.279 --> 00:29:55.599 something doesn't go wrong and because I'm a smart guy, coded some things, 489 00:29:55.599 --> 00:29:57.839 but like, I'm not a coder by no beans, you know, and 490 00:29:57.960 --> 00:30:00.279 so it's you know, when you hit those little things and that's, you 491 00:30:00.279 --> 00:30:03.079 know, some of the frustration in it. But a huge part of that 492 00:30:03.200 --> 00:30:08.759 was I wanted to do it ourselves or this run, because now when you 493 00:30:08.799 --> 00:30:11.279 come in and billy and go hey, how do I do this? How 494 00:30:11.279 --> 00:30:14.720 many hours did it take? Oh, it's a be you know, ten 495 00:30:14.720 --> 00:30:18.240 hours to code it myself, or you go to fiver or whatever and pay 496 00:30:18.319 --> 00:30:22.359 somebody to do it. But at least you know now I know what to 497 00:30:22.400 --> 00:30:23.640 look for. What the you know, what can I mess up? What 498 00:30:23.720 --> 00:30:27.160 can get messed up, and so it's been a it's been a great learning 499 00:30:27.160 --> 00:30:30.160 experience, you know. To me. Yeah, man, that's cool. 500 00:30:30.200 --> 00:30:33.880 So how many people are involved in this project? Like what? Like if 501 00:30:33.920 --> 00:30:37.759 I said, Hey, I want to build a team or recruited team or 502 00:30:37.759 --> 00:30:41.680 recruit some business partners, what all pieces have you guys seen that you would 503 00:30:41.720 --> 00:30:45.519 need? Like, I know you got a designer. We talked about get 504 00:30:45.559 --> 00:30:51.079 the Coder, which is you. What else you need? So design, 505 00:30:51.440 --> 00:30:56.359 code and it. Obviously we got together kind of on strategy and talking that. 506 00:30:56.000 --> 00:31:00.039 And then on the front end you'll also want to make sure the marketing. 507 00:31:00.079 --> 00:31:03.039 Is that the next biggest piece, right, and so mean marketing just 508 00:31:03.119 --> 00:31:04.960 happened to be what I'm in too. So it's a it's not a hard 509 00:31:06.000 --> 00:31:10.960 pull for that piece, right. But those are the three upfront main pieces. 510 00:31:11.039 --> 00:31:11.960 The back end, like you said, you mentioned it, right. 511 00:31:12.000 --> 00:31:15.960 The back end of it comes is, as this project launches, having customer 512 00:31:17.039 --> 00:31:19.880 service, so community manager of some sort that can just answer those questions will 513 00:31:19.920 --> 00:31:23.599 probably the goal, probably at least be starting out with too. So I 514 00:31:23.599 --> 00:31:26.519 don't have to jump in there and all that, because I be you, 515 00:31:26.680 --> 00:31:30.720 like you said. You know, yeah, that's your person and experience how 516 00:31:30.759 --> 00:31:36.160 hard it can be. And and so those are really the key positions that 517 00:31:36.240 --> 00:31:40.640 you need the right okay, but then again, depending on how complications will 518 00:31:40.680 --> 00:31:41.839 get you. You know, you brought up both the Garry's right there. 519 00:31:42.240 --> 00:31:47.799 Projects are way more complicated on the back end and on the blockchain than ours 520 00:31:48.200 --> 00:31:49.839 is at this point. And so yeah, they probably have, you know, 521 00:31:49.920 --> 00:31:55.480 ten coders coding this the one project, you know, and so yeah, 522 00:31:55.640 --> 00:31:57.240 they get as complicated as you would. Well, dude, I got 523 00:31:57.319 --> 00:32:00.200 I think I'm a job over here. Guild. There's a question that came 524 00:32:00.240 --> 00:32:06.680 in from Melanie. She is a part of the guild team, and she 525 00:32:06.839 --> 00:32:12.519 says, how can we support creators and their NFT projects? So that's a 526 00:32:12.559 --> 00:32:16.599 good question, man. How can companies or live streaming platforms, you know, 527 00:32:16.759 --> 00:32:21.200 really get behind a crew because there's, you know, there's creator first, 528 00:32:21.319 --> 00:32:24.400 like how do they support a project like this? And that gets deep, 529 00:32:24.480 --> 00:32:28.839 man. I think it I think obviously depends on the software or the 530 00:32:29.079 --> 00:32:34.279 platform, right, but if I'm thinking of a access type software, you 531 00:32:34.359 --> 00:32:37.039 know, all right, so let's talk this chord, right. Why do 532 00:32:37.160 --> 00:32:40.839 creators use discord? Because there are already so many apps that as already infrastructure 533 00:32:40.960 --> 00:32:45.720 for essentially, if billy comes in, I can verify he has an nft 534 00:32:46.000 --> 00:32:51.720 by a simple bot that's built in discord, and so what it thinks about 535 00:32:51.880 --> 00:32:54.880 is as on your platform, what are you allowing, like, how can 536 00:32:54.960 --> 00:32:59.759 you give access and verify? What are the bigger one are the deeper things 537 00:33:00.000 --> 00:33:01.839 comes in a lot platforms. Is, you know, you talking wilet's right. 538 00:33:02.119 --> 00:33:06.480 Is that the technology on your website? Can you even accept the wilet 539 00:33:06.519 --> 00:33:07.759 technology, which is, you know, web three and it's a little more 540 00:33:07.799 --> 00:33:15.319 coding, and I think awareness is the first step in that. At this 541 00:33:15.400 --> 00:33:20.920 asking the questions of how can we specifically help, you know, get like 542 00:33:20.960 --> 00:33:24.880 I'm thinking paid communities, the trying to think of all the all the ones, 543 00:33:24.920 --> 00:33:28.240 you know, the Patrionis and Byby coffees, all those kind of things. 544 00:33:28.279 --> 00:33:30.200 If there's some kind of, you know, API that they can build 545 00:33:30.240 --> 00:33:36.359 where you can sell the FT straight through them or honestly start to accept crypto 546 00:33:36.480 --> 00:33:39.400 as a payment right. I mean well, and I think this is the 547 00:33:39.400 --> 00:33:43.640 the interesting thing because, you know, I mean, I do think that 548 00:33:43.680 --> 00:33:47.920 companies if they want people to create on their platform, the more you know. 549 00:33:49.000 --> 00:33:51.920 It's similar to the clubhouse man. I spent months and I spent over 550 00:33:51.920 --> 00:33:55.079 a year on clubhouse. There was no way for people to tap into my 551 00:33:55.119 --> 00:34:00.279 ecosystem at all besides of instagram or twitter, and so that was super frustrating 552 00:34:00.279 --> 00:34:02.799 and it's just now getting to the point where it's like, Oh, I 553 00:34:02.839 --> 00:34:06.519 can post a link, like the most basic thing on the Internet, like 554 00:34:06.559 --> 00:34:08.719 this is great, like thinks, thanks a lot for like giving us, 555 00:34:08.760 --> 00:34:13.679 you know, people, access. So I do think what you said about 556 00:34:13.719 --> 00:34:17.920 accepting cryptocurrencies good for companies to start considering that. I know one thing, 557 00:34:17.920 --> 00:34:22.360 just with guild in particular, that I think is pretty awesome. I don't 558 00:34:22.360 --> 00:34:23.320 know, I don't know if you've been over there yet. I don't know 559 00:34:23.320 --> 00:34:28.840 if I've shared that platform to you, but they have. Like we're doing 560 00:34:28.880 --> 00:34:32.280 the live show right now now and I don't have this feature triggered, but 561 00:34:32.559 --> 00:34:37.119 after the live show I could do like breakout rooms, kind of like a 562 00:34:37.199 --> 00:34:42.159 zoom call with attendees of the live show and then they can jump into this 563 00:34:42.159 --> 00:34:45.360 back room. We can talk back there. If they can even break out 564 00:34:45.360 --> 00:34:47.199 in the smaller little rooms or, you know, if I had leaders of 565 00:34:47.280 --> 00:34:52.559 you know, different areas or whatever. And so I think for NFT project 566 00:34:52.559 --> 00:34:54.079 that would be pettery, you know, pretty dope, like if you held 567 00:34:54.119 --> 00:35:00.400 your community, you know, like town halls on there and then people verified 568 00:35:00.480 --> 00:35:02.519 the coin through guild platform and said, okay, cool, you're now in 569 00:35:02.559 --> 00:35:05.920 the back room. You got the button that populated this as. You can 570 00:35:05.920 --> 00:35:08.320 come back here now you're behind the curtain. Now, what questions do you 571 00:35:08.360 --> 00:35:12.679 have or, you know, whatever, and take them to that next level 572 00:35:13.239 --> 00:35:15.840 of accessibility. So yeah, there you go. There you go, guild. 573 00:35:15.840 --> 00:35:19.719 Hopefully we brain storm for you, not just it sounds. It's real 574 00:35:19.800 --> 00:35:22.079 easy. Okay, get your get your coady, your Code Guy. It's 575 00:35:22.119 --> 00:35:27.800 really easy. It's just take a cout. It's yeah, I expect that 576 00:35:27.800 --> 00:35:30.599 that one next week. All right, that feature request. If you need 577 00:35:30.679 --> 00:35:36.119 help, Chris is, Chris's Gotcha. He'll come over. That's how because 578 00:35:36.199 --> 00:35:39.000 I saw you some youtube videos ahead. So, man, when you say 579 00:35:39.079 --> 00:35:43.719 coding, like what all are you coding? Because I and maybe this is 580 00:35:43.800 --> 00:35:45.719 the wrong way to take this show or the interviewer whatever, but I'm really 581 00:35:45.760 --> 00:35:51.840 curious because I can't make money off nft unless I'm producing an NFT. I 582 00:35:51.920 --> 00:35:53.320 mean I maybe I can if I'm flipping it or whatever, but if I 583 00:35:53.320 --> 00:35:58.239 want to own the project, there's a lot to build the project. So 584 00:35:59.079 --> 00:36:00.360 what all? What all was that? To Man? It feel like he 585 00:36:00.440 --> 00:36:04.440 just I mean, I know you personally, so my key crist has a 586 00:36:04.480 --> 00:36:06.800 project and you're like, oh, dude, it's good, but I'm I'm 587 00:36:06.920 --> 00:36:10.480 working, I'm working on working. Yeah, I think so. So the 588 00:36:10.679 --> 00:36:15.960 route we went right was we wanted to be able to give because also because 589 00:36:15.960 --> 00:36:20.199 we were going such an inexpensive route right, such a small investment, that 590 00:36:20.639 --> 00:36:22.960 we wanted more people to be able to be involved on the back end. 591 00:36:23.000 --> 00:36:30.519 And so we did what's called a generative project, which is basically rally went 592 00:36:30.599 --> 00:36:34.840 in and he drew all the different pieces or layers, and so the hat, 593 00:36:34.880 --> 00:36:38.039 the hair, the nose rings, the shoes, and he basically did 594 00:36:38.079 --> 00:36:42.519 all of these different and then what I do is I take those layers that 595 00:36:42.599 --> 00:36:50.159 he built as actual artwork and then I code the software to actually generate five 596 00:36:50.159 --> 00:36:54.400 thousand, five hundred fifty five images randomly based off of his think. So 597 00:36:54.400 --> 00:36:58.880 we're not even picking how it looks at the end. We're literally putting it 598 00:36:58.920 --> 00:37:00.480 in and then when I say cold, I'm not coding from scratch, like 599 00:37:00.559 --> 00:37:05.119 let's let's me. I'm want to get hub starting with a base code and 600 00:37:05.119 --> 00:37:08.239 I'm just kind of changing out a few features. Right. So, okay, 601 00:37:08.280 --> 00:37:10.119 cool. I was wandering. I'm like, man, it's Bradley over 602 00:37:10.119 --> 00:37:15.880 there, like just over here working, just working, forever, drawn away, 603 00:37:15.079 --> 00:37:17.360 because I've seen some of those, man. I'm like do they're look 604 00:37:17.880 --> 00:37:21.440 but I guess that's how and then that makes sense. And then, you 605 00:37:21.440 --> 00:37:25.840 know, I guess different projects like have different variations of those nfts. And 606 00:37:25.840 --> 00:37:29.760 then those nft's, you know, some of them cost more, some of 607 00:37:29.800 --> 00:37:32.960 them are more rare. So so how many of those five thousand, five 608 00:37:34.039 --> 00:37:37.039 hundred and fifty five of your guys are going to be like rare ones? 609 00:37:37.039 --> 00:37:42.519 That I need to all good figure out quickly. Was it? I think 610 00:37:42.559 --> 00:37:45.159 it was somewhere around so. What we did? We did do a lot. 611 00:37:45.239 --> 00:37:46.639 We didn't do so many different things that it was going to be that 612 00:37:46.679 --> 00:37:50.920 many, but I thought to say we pick like two features that were going 613 00:37:50.960 --> 00:37:54.800 to be super rare, and so I think it ends up being. Quote 614 00:37:54.840 --> 00:37:58.079 me, I know this is liable the Internet guys, but you know, 615 00:37:58.119 --> 00:38:01.079 it's not always true, but maybe like it's like fifty two, a hundred 616 00:38:01.159 --> 00:38:06.599 out of the five thousand have these. These two features are in some and 617 00:38:06.639 --> 00:38:08.719 again not exactly. These two features, right, these two features and some 618 00:38:08.880 --> 00:38:14.119 variation. It's. So, are you guys signing autographs on any of them? 619 00:38:14.239 --> 00:38:16.280 Hey, that be dope. That's a good idea. I'm a part. 620 00:38:16.320 --> 00:38:19.559 I'm a part of a project. I bought it. I'm not say 621 00:38:19.639 --> 00:38:22.079 I say I'm a part of it. I bought an nft because somebody was 622 00:38:22.119 --> 00:38:25.199 like, Hey, chickens out and it's a baseball player and if you get 623 00:38:25.280 --> 00:38:30.400 one with his signature on it, then anytime you're at a game you get 624 00:38:30.440 --> 00:38:34.960 access to come out on the mound or whatever and or something. However, 625 00:38:35.000 --> 00:38:37.000 he's got a set up like that. You come out on the field and 626 00:38:37.000 --> 00:38:40.079 shake his hand or dug out or something. I can't remember the details, 627 00:38:40.159 --> 00:38:44.079 but you should do that. Branded, like hey, brand and need I 628 00:38:44.119 --> 00:38:47.199 need another layer. May give me your autograph later. Yeah, but what 629 00:38:47.519 --> 00:38:50.639 he said, that's a great idea. To great idea. Yeah, so 630 00:38:50.679 --> 00:38:52.920 I's like, Oh, you know what, if you have my nft with 631 00:38:52.960 --> 00:38:57.199 the autograph, then when we're at you know, vidfest, but I'll shake 632 00:38:57.239 --> 00:39:00.559 your hand because shake your it. It's so good. You, yes, 633 00:39:00.599 --> 00:39:06.199 can hang out with me, go out to launch or something. That's good. 634 00:39:06.320 --> 00:39:07.760 That's that's the crazy part. Look, this is other thing that people 635 00:39:07.800 --> 00:39:13.159 don't think about. To right, is that utility for it. You don't 636 00:39:13.199 --> 00:39:15.360 have to think of it all up front. You can make it up as 637 00:39:15.360 --> 00:39:19.440 you go. Like you can add stuff. Oh so you okay, okay, 638 00:39:19.719 --> 00:39:21.800 this is good point. Okay, so on. So you, as 639 00:39:21.840 --> 00:39:25.440 the Creator can, and this is the same with this membership group I building, 640 00:39:25.480 --> 00:39:29.599 but you, as a creator can say hey, billy, you bought 641 00:39:29.639 --> 00:39:32.480 one of these. Right now you get, you know, zoom call access 642 00:39:32.559 --> 00:39:37.239 with with Bradley and Chris once a week, Bradley or Chris once a week 643 00:39:37.320 --> 00:39:39.719 or something. Yeah, but then you, guys, as the Creator, 644 00:39:39.800 --> 00:39:44.320 can go back and now say, okay, now you get access to this, 645 00:39:44.320 --> 00:39:46.639 this and this, and add stuff to it. Okay, I can 646 00:39:46.679 --> 00:39:49.519 come. I can come to you, billy, and go hey, you 647 00:39:49.559 --> 00:39:52.920 know what you got that really cool, you know podcast that you're doing and 648 00:39:52.960 --> 00:39:55.000 you got that community. You know, can we do a partnership that? 649 00:39:55.039 --> 00:39:59.159 If somebody in my community that has a bear to Noby, you'll let them 650 00:39:59.159 --> 00:40:01.679 in your community just as Aboutus for me, right, because you're like, 651 00:40:02.039 --> 00:40:06.239 you know, it doesn't cost you any extra technically to allow them in, 652 00:40:06.360 --> 00:40:08.159 baby, and so you're like, yeah, sure, why not? That 653 00:40:08.199 --> 00:40:10.920 gets my numbers up, and now I have a community of, you know, 654 00:40:12.000 --> 00:40:14.079 people that I didn't have to you didn't have to market them to them, 655 00:40:14.159 --> 00:40:15.599 right, you didn't have to tell him to come join. And guess 656 00:40:15.719 --> 00:40:19.159 who are their friends? Maybe their friends don't have beard to nobody's, but 657 00:40:19.159 --> 00:40:22.360 they want to be in your group and now they are paying for a membership. 658 00:40:22.039 --> 00:40:27.239 And so it's this it's this connection thing now, right. So, 659 00:40:27.239 --> 00:40:30.440 so we're so we're talking about artwork, but and I don't even know. 660 00:40:30.480 --> 00:40:34.239 We can chop it up all day, but I won't keep you all day. 661 00:40:34.559 --> 00:40:37.000 So we're talking about just artwork. This is like one piece, because 662 00:40:37.000 --> 00:40:39.960 it's what you guys are doing. But as a creator, as a Podcaster, 663 00:40:40.000 --> 00:40:45.480 I can take this episode turn into an NFT, right, I can 664 00:40:45.519 --> 00:40:49.400 block off stuff on my youtube channel, I can do all this other kind 665 00:40:49.440 --> 00:40:52.519 of mess with it. Okay, this is this stuff. And what have 666 00:40:52.559 --> 00:40:58.760 you seen other creators doing that's not just images or graphics or like? Have 667 00:40:58.840 --> 00:41:00.599 you seen like some really cool stuff. They're like wow, I didn't know 668 00:41:00.639 --> 00:41:06.920 that was a thing, dude, I think, Oh man was. It 669 00:41:07.320 --> 00:41:12.119 was a this is so this is a bigger project. But Budweiser did one 670 00:41:13.000 --> 00:41:15.920 and what they did was in and this is why I love it, right, 671 00:41:15.920 --> 00:41:17.360 because it's like old school trading cards, for anybody's ever traded cards, 672 00:41:17.400 --> 00:41:21.960 any live sports cards, Pokemon, whatever. Right. Is the way they 673 00:41:22.039 --> 00:41:25.280 created their project is they essentially partner with and I forget the whole number, 674 00:41:25.320 --> 00:41:31.920 but it was like ten or fifteen upandcoming artists, wrap, reggae, tone 675 00:41:32.960 --> 00:41:37.239 other anymbe bother, the pop and different things. Right, and essentially did 676 00:41:37.280 --> 00:41:43.840 a shoot where they made a card, you know, trading card, for 677 00:41:43.920 --> 00:41:47.039 each of these creators, and then they did different levels and it was like 678 00:41:47.079 --> 00:41:51.159 red a is comment and then, you know, gold is the you know 679 00:41:51.360 --> 00:41:53.880 rare and platinum is the super rare and it's if you have a butt of 680 00:41:53.960 --> 00:42:00.199 rise, there's super rare. This pranch you access to some event and because 681 00:42:00.199 --> 00:42:02.559 it's random, you don't know that you're buying it on the front and it's 682 00:42:02.599 --> 00:42:06.440 just like a random card pool. Right. And so that, to me, 683 00:42:06.559 --> 00:42:07.639 is one of the cool things. And, like I said, now 684 00:42:07.639 --> 00:42:10.639 you can go back later and I think Gary V was actually partner with them 685 00:42:10.639 --> 00:42:15.039 to help them, because he has this whole nft company. But you know, 686 00:42:15.159 --> 00:42:16.320 now he can go and say, Hey, you know what, I'm 687 00:42:16.320 --> 00:42:20.519 gonna do something crazy. I'm throwing the I'm throwing vcon Hey, if you 688 00:42:20.519 --> 00:42:22.519 got the Budwiser Card, you can come to vicm to. Why not? 689 00:42:23.400 --> 00:42:29.559 God's like it's all right, endless bro. Yeah, man, that's cool. 690 00:42:29.639 --> 00:42:31.400 So it's like that. It's like this all access ticket that you can 691 00:42:31.519 --> 00:42:35.920 kind of create in, collaborate, like you're saying, collaborate with different projects, 692 00:42:35.920 --> 00:42:39.480 collaborate with different creators. So that kind of opens you up a whole 693 00:42:39.480 --> 00:42:44.440 lot more. Yeah, man, that's pretty cool. That's pretty dope. 694 00:42:44.639 --> 00:42:47.079 I'm not gonna do I have my wife try watching this. Like you're not 695 00:42:47.119 --> 00:42:52.039 going to create one. The look think about. I'm thinking about this funny 696 00:42:52.119 --> 00:42:57.119 right. So maybe the podcast episode itself, but you just you related to 697 00:42:57.159 --> 00:43:00.760 the podcast episode, right. You're doing creating daily, so you're literally talking 698 00:43:00.760 --> 00:43:04.159 to all these creators and you go after every episode. I'm going to take 699 00:43:04.199 --> 00:43:07.320 the I'm just going to and again, because the artwork is stuff. Doesn't 700 00:43:07.320 --> 00:43:10.320 have to matter, right, it can literally be your youtube thumbnail and you 701 00:43:10.400 --> 00:43:15.760 go for every episode, I'm going to create ten NFT's of the episode, 702 00:43:16.400 --> 00:43:19.639 and then you're just putting them out and you know, it's like I'm just 703 00:43:19.840 --> 00:43:22.119 I'll setting for fifty bucks or something. It's some cool collection on collectors. 704 00:43:22.159 --> 00:43:24.840 Just like Oh, that's a cool thing, I like billy. Let me 705 00:43:24.840 --> 00:43:29.440 give them fifty bucks to buy these things. Right. And then you get 706 00:43:29.480 --> 00:43:30.880 you know, look, I'm trying to think of somebody famous, but you 707 00:43:30.920 --> 00:43:34.360 get a you know, I don't know what, Jamie Fox or somebody, 708 00:43:34.480 --> 00:43:37.519 but you got them when they weren't Jamie Fox. Yeah, yeah, yeah, 709 00:43:37.719 --> 00:43:39.519 okay, like Chris Giles. Go ahead, man, you know, 710 00:43:39.599 --> 00:43:43.400 I blow up. Man. You know a couple, you know, a 711 00:43:43.400 --> 00:43:45.960 couple years from now, and they go, Oh, I got the nft 712 00:43:45.119 --> 00:43:50.320 from episode when Chris was on Billy show, and there's only ten of them 713 00:43:50.320 --> 00:43:52.840 and five of the people forgot all about it. So there's only five. 714 00:43:53.159 --> 00:43:57.039 Yeah, that would sell it. And guess what, like you said, 715 00:43:57.079 --> 00:43:59.639 you have the actss to get the money on the back. And for what? 716 00:43:59.800 --> 00:44:01.559 They reset it, so they resell it. You sold to h fifty 717 00:44:01.559 --> 00:44:05.719 bucks and now somebody sells it for a thousand and you get a check, 718 00:44:06.000 --> 00:44:08.400 or not a check, but a positive. Now somebody sells it hundred and 719 00:44:08.400 --> 00:44:12.840 twenty five and it's that accidental. You know, that Jordan rookie card that 720 00:44:12.920 --> 00:44:15.400 somebody got before they know Jordan was going to be Jordan. Right, right, 721 00:44:15.719 --> 00:44:19.119 yeah, all right, man, I like this, Dude. I 722 00:44:19.159 --> 00:44:22.840 like this approach. You've used my mind about a little bit because, you 723 00:44:22.880 --> 00:44:25.000 know, it's just so much in the news right now. As far as 724 00:44:25.039 --> 00:44:30.199 like Creator News, I should say I don't really subscribe to News News, 725 00:44:30.280 --> 00:44:32.440 but it's, you know, it's all over clubhouse, like nft, nft, 726 00:44:32.639 --> 00:44:38.079 nft, everyone, everyone went from like podcasts, coach consultant to nft 727 00:44:38.239 --> 00:44:44.679 expert overnight, and I'm just going this is like not really a good strategy. 728 00:44:44.800 --> 00:44:46.480 But I think you guys get a great strategy. I love that your 729 00:44:46.519 --> 00:44:50.360 community first, that you're like hey, this is the main focus, is 730 00:44:50.400 --> 00:44:54.320 to to really build this thing out, to build this community. Bradley says. 731 00:44:54.320 --> 00:44:57.800 I got you know me. I mean, yeah, that's a thing, 732 00:44:57.880 --> 00:45:00.599 right, I got you know me, like that's that's cool, that's 733 00:45:00.599 --> 00:45:04.000 a thing, that's a community thing. So, man, is there any 734 00:45:04.039 --> 00:45:07.920 other way that that we can think about creating an nft project. And we 735 00:45:07.920 --> 00:45:12.519 didn't even talk about Crypto coin and building your own rally coins and all that 736 00:45:12.559 --> 00:45:15.239 kind of stuff. I mean there's so much you can do. But is 737 00:45:15.280 --> 00:45:17.679 there anything else that that you wanted to share? I didn't really ask you 738 00:45:17.719 --> 00:45:23.000 about or we didn't talk about dude. I mean you just got I mean 739 00:45:23.480 --> 00:45:27.679 you got me thinking because I'm like, the possibilities are endless in the in 740 00:45:27.800 --> 00:45:30.960 the sense. And and so for anybody ahead and saw the other episode again, 741 00:45:30.000 --> 00:45:32.360 make sure you check out the others episode to get some of the basics 742 00:45:32.360 --> 00:45:36.440 of what nft is. But one of the things about it is right, 743 00:45:36.480 --> 00:45:39.079 like you said, it's not just the artwork, it's the actual ownership on 744 00:45:39.199 --> 00:45:43.960 the blockchain that's verified. You know, and I'm thinking, like I don't. 745 00:45:44.199 --> 00:45:45.159 I didn't know if I posted a video about it, but there was 746 00:45:45.199 --> 00:45:50.239 like one of the first N ft's that was a real house in real life 747 00:45:50.360 --> 00:45:53.360 and Beverly Hills. That for an extra I think it was like a ten 748 00:45:53.400 --> 00:45:58.360 million out of house and it for extra hundred thousand. They basically got the 749 00:45:58.440 --> 00:46:02.199 NFT. That was in the metaverse and the central land metaverse. Oh, 750 00:46:04.440 --> 00:46:07.960 now they have the nft version and the real life house, and that's saying 751 00:46:07.039 --> 00:46:12.039 that they own like a woman. That's pretty dope. It gets a little 752 00:46:12.039 --> 00:46:15.800 trippy, man, I guess a little trippy, but it's so I own 753 00:46:15.840 --> 00:46:17.519 in some I don't know what APP it is. I don't even know if 754 00:46:17.519 --> 00:46:20.920 it's like real, I don't know, but I was like, Oh, 755 00:46:20.960 --> 00:46:22.639 I can buy the piece. So I own the piece of land that I 756 00:46:22.679 --> 00:46:27.320 live on here in Puerto Rico in the met and like one of these worlds. 757 00:46:27.519 --> 00:46:29.559 Yeah, just because it was like five bucks or something. I was 758 00:46:29.559 --> 00:46:31.519 like yeah, pretty cool to own one of those. But yeah, dude, 759 00:46:31.519 --> 00:46:36.400 I have a I have a big cry baby story about decentral land that 760 00:46:36.440 --> 00:46:42.840 I will share with you one day offline. Good. It's a heartbreaker. 761 00:46:43.199 --> 00:46:45.559 It is one of it's like makes me sick thinking about it. And you 762 00:46:45.599 --> 00:46:50.360 know, I'm usually an early adopter to a lot of stuff. However, 763 00:46:50.400 --> 00:46:52.519 I'll be super honest. I have not been an early adoptor, besides, 764 00:46:52.920 --> 00:46:57.400 you know, just buying in the projects of people I know, but I 765 00:46:57.400 --> 00:47:00.639 have not been like I mean people, I mean dude, I know people 766 00:47:00.679 --> 00:47:05.800 going to the bank and getting loans to go by NFT projects and stuff from 767 00:47:05.880 --> 00:47:08.960 like it's you know, much like gambling, much like the stock market, 768 00:47:08.960 --> 00:47:13.039 like invest what you're willing to lose. Is that kind of your same, 769 00:47:13.840 --> 00:47:15.239 you know, with your with your guys approach over there. As far as 770 00:47:15.239 --> 00:47:20.360 building it, oh, man, absolutely, absolutely, only invest what you 771 00:47:20.360 --> 00:47:23.079 can lose. Like again, I'm not going to stop you from buying twenty 772 00:47:23.079 --> 00:47:27.159 five, but don't buy twenty five if you know it's that your mortgage. 773 00:47:27.280 --> 00:47:31.679 Right. Yeah, I'll tell you right now. It's not in b an 774 00:47:31.679 --> 00:47:35.559 expert or expert opinion, whichever one you would have you be, as it's 775 00:47:35.599 --> 00:47:37.320 not going up next month. So don't buy it now, like thinking you're 776 00:47:37.320 --> 00:47:40.440 gonna get rich next month. I'm telling you it's not. So you know, 777 00:47:42.280 --> 00:47:45.480 it's community, Mon. It's awesome and I love it. You guys 778 00:47:45.480 --> 00:47:49.480 are community first, focused on that. You know that community and that network. 779 00:47:49.760 --> 00:47:52.320 So, man, Chris, it's been awesome having you on as a 780 00:47:52.360 --> 00:47:55.559 cohost and you on to talk about your nft project. Everyone, for go 781 00:47:55.679 --> 00:48:00.480 follow Chris, go follow Bradley in the in the comments over there, because 782 00:48:00.719 --> 00:48:04.440 you guys gonna blow up. Man. I'm excited to see what it looks 783 00:48:04.480 --> 00:48:07.360 like and excited to get my get my know me, get my hat I 784 00:48:07.360 --> 00:48:10.679 don't want to hat to like that be dope anyway. But Yeah, man, 785 00:48:10.679 --> 00:48:14.400 I'll be back in North Carolina and twenty days or so. So maybe 786 00:48:14.440 --> 00:48:15.800 in the you know, maybe I'll see you this year. Maybe I'll see 787 00:48:15.800 --> 00:48:19.559 you this year in person. That would because you shou see me this year 788 00:48:19.559 --> 00:48:22.519 in person. Yeah, yeah, man, everybody coming to the beach. 789 00:48:22.559 --> 00:48:23.559 Everybody come hang out. I got to do a pot we got to do 790 00:48:23.599 --> 00:48:28.320 a podcast meet up or something, you know, in North Carolina. That'd 791 00:48:28.400 --> 00:48:30.079 be fun because we're as there's a several of us that live there. So 792 00:48:30.840 --> 00:48:34.400 Oh, yeah, that'll be let's do it. Awesome, man. Well, 793 00:48:34.480 --> 00:48:37.119 Chris, I appreciate your man High Five Long Distance. Keep crushing it. 794 00:48:37.199 --> 00:48:42.239 And you said it before vidfest. Those are going to be dropping or 795 00:48:42.280 --> 00:48:47.119 avid fest, right, yeah, yeah, I'll drive it down of its 796 00:48:47.159 --> 00:48:51.400 best like with a computer kind of finish it out, just sweating like Oh 797 00:48:51.519 --> 00:48:53.119 God, I get it, get it done. You know, I'm over 798 00:48:53.199 --> 00:48:58.039 here like cutting up this part of it to sells nft, like Chris, 799 00:48:58.039 --> 00:49:00.440 saying it's going to be done by midfest. There we go. That's so 800 00:49:00.519 --> 00:49:04.320 funny, man. Well, all right, dude, you're Crea gonna get 801 00:49:04.480 --> 00:49:07.000 you know, like steam steam rolled, with some questions here coming in, 802 00:49:07.119 --> 00:49:10.119 I'm sure, but I appreciate you being on and will definitely have you on 803 00:49:10.159 --> 00:49:14.840 again. Hey, thanks, bro Yeah, man, absolutely all right, 804 00:49:14.880 --> 00:49:16.679 everyone. That is that's it. That's it. That's a show. Hopefully 805 00:49:16.679 --> 00:49:21.280 you enjoyed it. I did. I enjoyed it because I'm really curious about 806 00:49:21.280 --> 00:49:22.800 how do you build an FT? How do you monetize them? How do 807 00:49:22.840 --> 00:49:27.880 you you know, how do you how do we moving into Webb three? 808 00:49:27.920 --> 00:49:31.480 As content creators, use is this big old creative brain inside of our head 809 00:49:31.519 --> 00:49:36.000 to continue to build our community and all that stuff. So hopefully hat some 810 00:49:36.039 --> 00:49:38.639 really good ideas today. I did. My Wife's going to kill Chris because 811 00:49:38.679 --> 00:49:42.559 I'm like how, what can I build, you know, even for a 812 00:49:42.599 --> 00:49:45.639 small nft project, just to say I did. And so I want to 813 00:49:45.639 --> 00:49:51.280 know if you plan on building one or if there's a way that you help 814 00:49:51.320 --> 00:49:57.039 projects or you help promote or your company that's going to you know, give 815 00:49:57.480 --> 00:50:01.039 give access to to you know, locked up content behind cryptocurrency or whatever. 816 00:50:01.119 --> 00:50:05.559 Let me know. I'm curious to keep the conversation going. So I'm really 817 00:50:05.559 --> 00:50:09.719 excited about that and so come back Monday. We go weekdays to PM Eastern, 818 00:50:09.760 --> 00:50:14.840 one PM Central. Monday. I have many Cabbo on the show. 819 00:50:14.920 --> 00:50:20.920 Talk about leveraging your voice. He is a multi creator, photographer, vocalist, 820 00:50:21.280 --> 00:50:22.880 singer, right, I mean literally is a rock star. Okay, 821 00:50:22.920 --> 00:50:25.920 he was on the voice got a four share turn, so he's going to 822 00:50:25.960 --> 00:50:30.119 come on the show on Monday to talk about his journey and it's going to 823 00:50:30.159 --> 00:50:34.760 be really fun, really awesome. So go check that out and then, 824 00:50:34.880 --> 00:50:37.440 yeah, we'll see you next time. Oh, I didn't even put up 825 00:50:37.440 --> 00:50:40.320 the new graphic for the end screen, but here it is anyway. See 826 00:50:40.360 --> 00:50:53.880 you have a good weekend. See Monday to PM.