AMA with Kyle Chasse, the CEO of PAID network

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Nov 29, 2020 · 21 min read

On Saturday the 29th of November, the DuckDAO community had an AMA with Kyle Chasse, the CEO of PAID network.

PAID Network — A Summary

“Your Borderless Legal Toolkit for all Your Business Needs”

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The PAID Network is an ecosystem DAPP that leverages blockchain technology to deliver DeFi powered SMART Agreements to make business exponentially more efficient. Individuals and firms will be able to save both time and resources, circumvent costly intermediaries, and better secure themselves in the event of a dispute by using the PAID Network.

With PAID’s templated and tailorable Smart Agreements, funds can be held in escrow or parties can take out insurance in the event of dispute where issues can be arbitrated by the network of users that make up the protocol. Through doing so, the PAID network can better protect parties that are currently vulnerable to agreements that offer no real protection in the event of a malicious actor and eliminate efficiencies for individuals, crypto firms and traditional firms alike.

Platform features:

  • Simple Smart Agreements — Standardized contracts with autofill smart features, covering a wide range of business transactions between individuals.
  • Incentivized Lending & Liquidity Pools — Insurance pooling and escrow.
  • Arbitration — Dispute rulings governed by community stakers in a decentralized and reputation-based manner.
  • Reputation Scoring — Execute business with individuals who are reputable, and avoid bad actors.
  • Community Governed Crowdfunding — Redefining the agreements between projects and investors to ensure accountability.

Find out more about PAID here: https://paidnetwork.medium.com/paid-a-trustless-way-of-doing-business-47194db18d05

Website: https://paidnetwork.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/paid-network/

Telegram: https://t.me/paidnetwork

Twitter: https://twitter.com/paid_network

Github:https://github.com/PAIDNetwork

Medium: https://paidnetwork.medium.com/

Participants:

PAID — Kyle Chasse — CEO

DuckDAO — Limmy — DuckDAO community representative

Please note that the following summary has been edited for clarity.

Limmy

Welcome everyone to another DuckDAO AMA.

We are joined today by the CEO of Paid Network — Kyle Chasse.

On behalf of the DuckDAO community, I’d like to welcome you to our channel :)

Kyle

Thanks so much. Great to be here!

Hellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllloooooooo DUCKS!!!! 🤑

Limmy

As always, our first question will focus on you, rather than your project.

Can we start with an introduction for yourself; what is your background/experience both in the traditional space, and crypto space?

Kyle

Sure, so I’ve been a serial entrepreneur literally all of my life. The last successful company I built before my entry into crypto/bitcoin was called The Reverse Aging Institute. You can see what that company was all about here from the promo video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rfMpSSiCIM

So in 2012 I first learned about Bitcoin and in 2013 I started building World Super Lotto, the world’s first Bitcoin based lottery. I launched WSL in 2014 and it ran until 2015. You can find the thread on the bitcointalk forum. I was very early and there weren’t enough people in Bitcoin at the time to make this profitable for me to keep going, so I joined a project that was just getting started called Credits — By Pythia as the COO. That had a great start but there were some things that the founder was doing that I didn’t agree with so I left.

Going back a bit to 2013, I sold The Reverse Aging Institute and put the proceeds into Bitcoin. In late 2014 / early 2015 I started to diversify the gains into many different investments in the blockchain space including Eth at $2.

I then went on to make investments into over 40 different companies including Kraken, Coinbase, Ripple, Abra, Bitstamp, Bnktothefuture, Bitfinex, Circle, and many many others. You can see the full portfolio of investments here

https://master.ventures/portfolio:

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In 2018 I started Master Ventures, an Investment and advisories firm and we incubated or advised some of the best projects in the space that you can see in the same link above. Additionally in late 2017 I started becoming more public after leaving America and feeling safer to do so.

I’ve been a keynote speaker and panelist and many conferences around the world. In 2019 I felt that I had enough experience from being involved in so many different verticals that I could very confidently bring my own projects to market, so Master Ventures pivoted to a Venture Studio and this is where PAID is being incubated out of.

I also started to create some content on YouTube and Twitter that covers my in-depth research of some of the best projects in the world with the most potential in my opinion.

Make sure you guys follow me and subscribe to get this info as I put a ton of time into the content!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/kyle_chasse

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYLxoSziVePq9rpptc8lEwA

Limmy

That is quite a storied background — from Biotech to Crypto!

(It’s also cool that I now know how to pronounce your surname haha)

Kyle

That’s impressive

You are the 1% my friend

Limmy

By watching the first 10 seconds of that video I mean haha

Kyle

ahhhhh lol :)

Limmy

Another thing that is obvious from your website is the breadth of experience of the team you’ve assembled — from Goldman Sachs and KPMG to Binance and Ripple. Can you speak a little bit more about that as well?

Kyle

Yes 100%

Well I’m a visionary and dreamer, lol… I didn’t go to university and it was clear to me that if I wanted to build products that could be executed, I would need to bring on a world class team, people that are much smarter than me ;)

So through trial and error and some great scouting I was able to recruit an incredible team. They are all executors and without them there is no way I’d get anything done, lol.

Each team member has their area of expertise with a bit of overlap and I’m the one who knows a lot about everything but rely on them for their expertise in their field.

I am an expert generalist when it comes to the crypto space and that is probably my most valuable asset when it comes to execution as I know how one thing will impact another when that might not be obvious to someone coming from the traditional world or that doesn’t have 5+ years of crypto experience

Limmy

Ha! This reminds me of that saying by.. I want to say Elon Musk? “I didn’t go to Harvard but the people who work for me did.”

Kyle

Exactly

Limmy

Thanks for that — I feel that we have a much better idea of where you have come from, and the resources you and PAID have at their disposal

Kyle

And that was always my idea from a young age, I didn’t need to be the smartest person in the company, I just needed to onboard them :)

Limmy

Ok I think that was the longest intro we’ve ever had lol! Without further ago, let’s jump into the community questions

Kyle

👍🏼

Limmy

Some quick research reveals that Paid Network utilizes DeFi tools in order for business to become exponentially more efficient. Could you state clearly how you have been able to solve critical issues for individuals and firms looking to contract business? Perhaps with a real-world example of a transaction between 2 parties?

Kyle

We’ve just recently launched our MVP and are now working quickly to build out the functionality to provide a robust platform that will provide at its core an easy way to initiate, negotiate, and manage business contracts utilizing smart contracts for payment escrow and more.

Bob wants to pay Matt to build a website but has never worked with Matt before. He initiates an agreement by using one of the templates on the platform, customizes the details such as payment amount and terms, and sends it to Matt for review. After some negotiating back and forth through the platform, they settle on terms and Bob puts 4 Ethereum into the smart contract (escrow) to kick things off. Upon delivery of the website and Bob being satisfied, both parties agree there was successful completion of the agreement and the smart contract then moves the Ethereum to Matt’s wallet. This is one way escrow will help

Another is insurance. I’ll give you one of my own situations that could have been alleviated by insurance…

So I have a client that is in oil and gas, he wanted to do an STO. I have no experience in STOs and so I referred him out to a Hong Kong entity. We signed a referral agreement for 10% of the flat fee collected from the client and 1% commission from funds raised. After the deal was done the HK entity tried to get me to sign a new contract excluding me from the commission.

I wouldn’t sign it and they stopped communicating with me. That commission is worth $200k, so my only option for recourse now would be to go to Hong Kong, hire an expensive attorney and sue the entity in court which would require 100’s of thousands in legal expenses and over a year in court plus all my time and energy distracting me from my work…

If I could have taken out an insurance policy on this agreement it would have been so much better for me. This is how it might work…

Depending on the businesses reputation score, the insurance policy would be a certain rate — let’s say in this example the business i contracted with didn’t have much reputation so I had to pay $20,000 for the premium. So in this example where I didn’t #Get PAID, I would have filed a claim, got the $200k and would net $180,000. Sure I spent $20k but it’s exponentially cheaper and faster than the legacy route. And in this example if the entity did pay me then the LP’s of the insurance pool would have made $20k. Everyone is happy.

Of course if I didn’t get PAID, I would leave a negative review on the entities reputation score and might save other people the headache of working with this entity in the future

Hope that helps

Limmy

Yep 100%

It’s hard to fully understand the mechanics without SEEING it in action (Maybe that’s just me being dumb), but am I right in saying that the templates on the platform have near unlimited flexibility to manage these transactions, as long as core term data points such as payment amounts and time frames for the agreement are provided?

Kyle

I’m not sure what you mean by unlimited flexibility but these template agreements we are calling SMART Agreements, they are massively simplified and standardized agreements that will allow two parties to enter into an agreement very quickly by just selecting what kind of agreement(s) they want to enter into and then filling out the variable fields, like terms, payments, length etc

Limmy

Any form of business transaction***

I guess is a better way to phrase it

Kyle

Yes our goal is to ultimately be able to accommodate any kind of business transaction…

Limmy

Awesome thanks

Kyle

We will build out to arsenal of agreements over time, and with the help of one of your ducks @Joppasss we will even work on enterprise modular contracts late next year

Limmy

Ha — called out! I’m sure he will welcome that attention haha.

PAID will use Decentralized Digital Identities (DID) to maintain a reputation scoring system. In what ways does a DID mechanism differ from KYC, and does this also imply service availability limitations by country?

How does the biometric authentication integrate with DID, and does biometric authentication imply certain hardware requirements to use the service?

Kyle

DID is more a way for a user to have an identity within our ecosystem and have control over their information and who it is shared with, as opposed to KYC which is a verification mechanism used in many ways. Biometric information will be tied to DID simply for verification upon initial sign up — [it will] determine [that] you do not have an existing account (preventing bad actors from scamming and creating new accounts) or in the event you lose access, to regain access to your account. Biometric data will be properly encrypted and decentrally stored to ensure it’s as safe as possible from leaks and hacks.

Our goal is to make a totally decentralized platform over time that operates outside of any jurisdiction or government, so we do not want to require KYC…

The point of the DID and Biometrics tied to it is to make sure that you know who you are dealing with and to forever tie a PAID user’s profile to their biometrics

We imagine that PAID will become the defacto platform for conducting business and your reputation score will be incredibly important, so you don’t want bad feedback tied to your profile… Finally a way we can hold those accountable who aren’t good actors

Limmy

How will the data be stored in the system? I am assuming that even though you don’t want to be constrained by the various rules in the myriad of jurisdictions, the data will have to be stored security right?

(The storage of said data also touches on concerns about rules and various jurisdictions too lol)

Kyle

As mentioned above, will be stored in a decentralized way, right now we are using IPFS, we may use another solution in the future if it presents as a better option.

Limmy

Ok cool

You’ve touched on this a little already, but our next question is:

How can you prevent scammers from gaining fake reputation by successfully executing and delivering on agreements using multiple fake accounts and to improve their vouch scores to scam others? Do you foresee this as an issue on your platform?

Kyle

Reputation scoring will utilize an expertly designed algorithm to prevent bad actors from gaming the system, including utilizing biometric authentication to prevent scenarios like this from occurring.

A users profile will forever be tied to their biometrics, not a device and email etc…

1 account per person forever

Limmy

I wish this kind of thing had been implemented well… everything ever lol. Sick of dealing with bots etc. in this space as I am sure you are as well

Given the flexibility that the Paid Network platform brings onboard, is it possible to perform anonymous transactions on the PaidNetwork Ecosystem in order to protect the financial privacy of owners and tokens?

Kyle

Payments do not always need to be conducted through crypto, for example look at Local Bitcoins or Paxful or other systems with escrow and dispute resolution, like a dark market for example… We intend to be a solution anyone in the world can use, even outside of us in crypto. So if a deal is made and the payment is made with a bank transfer, that’s ok.. If there is a problem that arises and a dispute is called then the parties will need to upload evidence to the arbitrators for proof of payment of non-payment. Additionally we may look to include things like Zero Knowledge Proofs in order to protect the payment amounts from people who want to pay in crypto.

Limmy

Oh wow ok

I guess I had made the assumption that this platform would be focused on solely crypto-transactions — that’s pretty wild.

I see PAID network is implementing something like a credit score called reputation scoring. How will the traceability be done with a person with more than one blockchain address?

Kyle

Multiple components are involved and tied together by the biometric authentication. This part of our system is still being finalized but likely will look something like: A user has a unique ID on the platform that wallet addresses are related to along with biometric data

Limmy

Will the Paid Network be used cross-chain? If so, will un-staking or removing liquidity in a product before term affect your score?

Kyle

100% cross-chain, this is one of the main reasons we are a Polkadot project. This question about un-staking or removing liquidity is a good one and to be honest we haven’t gotten that granular yet and I’m not sure how we will handle this. It’s something we will take in to consideration and addresses it when we get to that point in the roadmap

Limmy

It is definitely a good question :) We appreciate the frank answer!

Can you please elaborate on how insurance payouts work? If I invest capital in a pool, getting premiums is great but what happens if there is an immediate claim? Do I lose everything straight away?

This is protected in the traditional space with a large amount of regulation, formulas, industry underwriters etc. to ensure that insurance providers remain profitable — is there any such protection on the PAID platform?

Kyle

The insurance part of our platform is a very involved component to build with checks and balances to ensure it successfully fragments the current insurance industry in a way individuals can benefit from taking part in the system. We’ll be working with many insurance professionals to ensure we can provide this feature in a way it benefits everyone involved as much as possible and isn’t necessarily as high risk as you are concerned it will be.

We’ll likely be operating in a way to where we are outside government bodies and regulations.

We plan to launch the first decentralized insurance pool with the help from insurance professionals but others who feel they can do it better will be welcome to start their own insurance policies and LP’s can participate in whatever ones they want… It will be an open and decentralized marketplace

Same with the borrowing and lending.

Limmy

How recognised will PAID network agreements/contracts be in the real world? Can they be used as legal documents in Court?

Kyle

The platform is designed to provide an entirely self-sufficient alternative to the current civil legal systems, including litigation. This is the ultimate goal and SMART Agreements will not be able to be held up in court. However for our MVP we will not have SMART Agreements ready and therefore the MVP will have traditional legal agreements drafted by one of the best attorneys in the crypto world that can be held up in court

Limmy

This would also be where the arbitrators come in right? We have had quite a few questions submitted by our members for that feature of the PAID network platform

Kyle

Yes exactly, instead of dispute resolution happening in the legacy court system, that costs countless hours of your time and very expensive attorneys. Dispute resolution happens within PAID by the arbitrators in a matter of hours or days at a fraction of the cost.

Limmy

How will your “incentivized lending and Liquidity pools” differ from all the others out at the moment? What ideas do you have to make these pools more attractive than others?

Kyle

To be honest they won’t be any better… DeFi is not our main product, it’s simply a tool within PAID. We will leave those whose main focus is to create the best DeFi platforms possible to do what they do best, and we will most likely use the open source code from these battle tested platforms to integrate into PAID. We simply want to create an all inclusive platform where all the tools you need are in PAID.

Limmy

Again, really appreciate the no BS answer mate :)

Kyle

👍🏼

Limmy

And I think that is also a very fair answer, the primary focus of the project lies elsewhere and reinvesting the wheel makes no sense

Kyle

Yes i was going to use that exact same language, no need to reinvent ;)

Limmy

How do you plan to build your community of lawyers? There are 195 countries in the world, and laws are different per country. Do you plan to have only certain countries available?

Kyle

Again, I’d like to stress that we are borderless and follow in the ethos of open public blockchains that are all inclusive and create our own rule sets that are only governed by the PAID community and not by countries that have Ludacris laws made to be understood only by lawyers.

Limmy

You state you will be operating on a polkadot parachain. With DOT being a long way from complete, do you have a parachain secured? What is your progress and how far are you from an operating product?

Kyle

We’ve recently announced a partnership with Plasm, which will provide interoperability between Ethereum (which we are building PAID Network on top of) and Polkadot.

Read more here: https://paidnetwork.medium.com/paid-network-partners-with-plasm-network-2975c0e97fe7

The rumors I hear are that we can expect to see the parachains start to roll out in Feb. So until then we are strictly Ethereum based, when we are able to port in to Polkadot via Plasm, we will

Limmy

Ok fantastic

What is the difference between the regular DAICO and the premium DAICO (Mentioned in the roadmap)?

Could you also elaborate on the DAICO itself, and the revenue mechanism used by DAICOs for users?

Kyle

So a DAICO is basically an ICO with governance. ICOs are a beautiful thing but in the current state they are flawed by not having accountability to the project after they raise funds. The DAICO model will address this issue. I won’t go into much more about how a DAICO works as there are plenty of publications on this, but I will tell you the different stages we will have.

Master Ventures has been in the space for a long time investing and incubating projects, because of this we get access to a lot of high quality deal flow, so the basic DAICO model will just be where PAID token stakers will get access to this premium deal flow. When we roll out the full featured DAICO it will have the crowd funding platform in place along with the governance structure.

Limmy

Huh sounds like you’re going to be some of the competition when you launch haha

Kyle

Or a partner ;)

Better yet.

Limmy

The arbitration process involves the parties submitting their dispute to an impartial arbitrator, who serves as an informal judge. The arbitrator hears both sides of the argument at the arbitration hearing, makes a decision, and issues an arbitration award.

In your whitepaper this seems to be an individual with a large token holding. How do you know you have the right individual(s) to arbitrate the case on your platform?

Kyle

Early on we plan to appoint arbitrators with professional backgrounds in the appropriate areas to provide a sufficient group of arbitrators for litigation that arises before the community becomes large enough to be self-sustainable. Our token metrics account to support such token investment. We will need to decentralize over time and make sure that the system is working as we open more and more arbitration slots to the public. A lot of game theory goes into the staking requirements and of course this is unchartered territory so we will need to refine the system as we get real world data and feedback

Limmy

Ok that makes sense — don’t want some random whales moving in early haha

Kyle

Even if they do, they still have a significant amount of value at stake, and if they are good actors, that stake will increase in value. This is the same logic as Master Nodes and validators

Limmy

I foresee disputes that will split opinion amongst even the most reliable arbitrators. In such cases could there be grounds for appeals? Is there a second tier of arbitration?

Kyle

Yes of course, if one of the parties feels the outcome is unfair then they can call for an appeal. They will need to stake additional tokens to make sure they are confident in the appeal. We have not thought through in granular detail yet, but most likely if the party loses the dispute again they would likely lose the tokens they staked

Limmy

I was about to say “well that sounds really costly”, but in fairness, trying to get a legal decision appealed outside of crypto is also a super costly exercise

Kyle

Way more costly

Limmy

Our next question is a big one:

The Arbitrator staking level requires 1,000,000 tokens. Per the PAID Token Metrics[*], the private sale (14%) + exchanges and market making (1%) + public sale (1%) in their entirety total just over 95 million of the roughly 594.7 million total token supply. This seemingly caps the number of arbitrators (outside of the team) at 95 maximum, if all available tokens were unrealistically concentrated into this number of hands.

How many Arbitrators do you envision is a plausible number? Do you anticipate to always have sufficient arbitrators available to handle disputes in a timely manner, and that those with the ability to concentrate such wealth will reliably wish to fulfill the responsibility of arbitrator? Are there mechanisms planned to grow the number of arbitrators if necessary, and how would this impact those who had previously met the requirements?

Kyle

As mentioned early on we plan to appoint arbitrators with professional backgrounds in the appropriate areas to provide a sufficient group of arbitrators for litigation that arises before the community becomes large enough to be self-sustainable. Our token metrics account to support such token investment.

The number of arbitrators needed really depends on the size of the community, the number of cases and the industries they relate to. We plan to provide a sufficient number regardless of the community needs. Remember the rules of any DAO can be changed based on improvement proposals from the community, so if we need to lower the amount of PAID tokens to be staked, that’s something that can be done. Everything is dynamic and can be adapted to fit the needs of the ecosystem

Limmy

Let’s talk about security!

How secure will the PAID platform be? We have seen multiple lending platforms that have exploited for millions of dollars even though audits have been conducted.

How are you going to protect users’ funds from hackers and other malicious parties?

Kyle

This is a great question and one that I feel is impossible to answer in a way that is going to make everyone feel confident in the security of the platform, but I will try my best. We are very grateful to the industry leaders who have built DeFi platforms already and allowed their platform to be the real world experiments. We are seeing even the best platforms that have been audited being exploited. Every time there is a hack or exploit a lesson is learned and the code is patched.

As I said before, we will use the code base from one of these platforms and they will become more secure over time. We will of course have our own security audits and will continue to have audits. We can even work with a project like Nexus Mutual to insure the assets locked or someone can use the PAID insurance platform to create their own policy where users can participate in it as well. This is something that all of us in DeFi need to be aware of an constantly pay attention to in order to do everything in our power to secure our platforms

Limmy

Well I think that’s one of the best answers we’ve had to the “how secure are you?” question.

Kyle

Thank you :)

Limmy

As long as you are conscious of the risks involved, and learn from the experience of the projects that have come before you, that’s all one can ask for

👍

Ok home stretch!

One of the listed token utilities is lending and insurance. Does that mean you will be looking to list PAID in lending platforms such as Cream or Compound?

Kyle

We are open to integrating with other blockchain projects if they enable us to provide a better offering to our users. The reference to lending and insurance will of course be on our platform but because there will be staking and yield that comes from PAID, we expect we will have integrations with these other platforms.

Limmy

On your roadmap you have product release in Q1 2021. Will this initially be Ethereum based, and will it need to be re-written for Polkadot down the road, or is there transferability there already?

Kyle

Yes ethereum based, our plan at the moment is to not re-write but to gain interoperability by integrating with plasm — a project which aims to act as a bridge between the two [ethereum and polkadot] networks.

Read more here: https://paidnetwork.medium.com/paid-network-partners-with-plasm-network-2975c0e97fe7

Limmy

OK that brings us to the end of the curated list!

We’ll now open the chat for those that have any further questions they wish to ask Kyle.

Please take your pick out of any questions that are submitted and we’ll finish up once you’ve answered them or you run out of time.

To our community:

Please keep the questions nice and concise — don’t throw a wall of text at the team please! I’ll close it up again when we get a good number to choose from.

🐥

What if there were to be a huge lump sum of insurance to be payout, how do you ensure that the insurance pool will be sufficient to be paid and how do you protect the funds of the stakers of these pools?

Kyle

Great question, we will have insurance professionals and an actuary that helps us to design the first insurance policy.. I don’t have the answers for you right now as I’m not an insurance professional and we have not begun to design the policy, but we will not release it until we are sufficiently comfortable with the way it’s been designed.

🐥

How does $paid platform filter out bad actors via your smart agreement technology?

Kyle

The reputation system.

🐥

Inspiring partnership via Gather Network indeed. What other areas of DeFi are you seeking partnership nowadays?

Kyle

We are open to all kinds of partnerships as long as they add value. I’m sure there are lots of use cases we have not even thought about yet.

🐥

How do you prevent fraudulent claims in $paid platform with no human intervention

Kyle

Reputation scoring, and for every insurance claim there will need to be a way that the community validates the claim, this will likely be something similar to the arbitrators.

🐥

You shared an article about LinkedIn reputation score. It would include all people and company profiles? I am very suspicious that it might be manipulated. And If a platform like LinkedIn makes significant changes on systems, how fast are you going to adapt your reputation score system?

Kyle

The article was basically saying, wouldn’t it be nice if Linkedin had a reputation score system, as we use linkedin to do research on people and businesses that we are potentially going to do business with. PAID will also introduce a marketplace to find professionals and enter into agreements with them. Think of linkedin with a way to do contracts and see the reputation profiles.

🐥

I am very interested in your DAICO launchpad, however how do you prevent rugpull projects from happening similar to what $Hatch did to trustswap?

Kyle

I’m not exactly sure, we can look at things like Unicrypt and what they are doing. But the primary goal of DAICO is to custody the majority of the funds raised from a project and release to them over time as they meet milestones.

🐥

I’m very excited to see what $paid will bring us in the future. Thanks for your time!

Kyle

We are very excited as well! I appreciate you guys showing up and asking great questions

🐥

Your platform seems very interesting. I believe PAID has a message globally and locally. Will you have ambassador programs?

Kyle

Yes we will have an ambassador and referral program, we’ve allocated a significant amount of tokens for ecosystem growth :)

Limmy

Ok I think that is a good place to leave it for now. This has been quite an epic session!

Kyle — thank you so much for your time today :) The answers given have been very honest, insightful, and comprehensive.

Kyle

My pleasure, thank you for the opportunity!

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