Can we have a photo?
Maybe we could set up another meeting in three month or so.
Take over the government.
Cool, like a milestone where we feel like the network is...
Is that aligned with...
I have one more thing. We’re thinking on the lines of when we should open source. We have this idea of seeding our network with ultimately good actors, hopefully. Our idea is to see the network with at least 30,000 nodes before we open source. That was the idea, to ...
Essentially, we were solving a problem that we want to, for our chain, we want a higher level of random number generation for security, and for also equitability, so everyone has an equal chance.
Yeah. That was our proof of concept that we showed. We’re also working on RNG protocol. It’s interesting, because we’re trying to create a non-deterministic random number generation using live data, having consensus on the nodes that get the live data, and it goes through a morphing algorithm.
It’s all going to be unified.
We believe governance can only be really achieved if it’s truly a democratic public chain. One person has one node only. I think it’s much easier to have on-chain governance built in.
At Meet Taipei, Juin was like, "Oh, you guys have to see Audrey speak."
I think how we can integrate more. My wife is actually Taiwanese. She’s also considered a co-founder. Just ways that we can, as a company, be more integrated with Taiwan. Maybe have some help from the government?
We believe that a public blockchain should be of individuals and real people. It’s almost very democratic. We believe those are the things that set us apart.
Finally, we utilize DID, or decentralized ID, in our system, because actually, we feel like in order...Of course, it’s a civil prevention mechanism, to have one person, one node, one vote. That’s kind of our mantra.
Some of the innovations are the architecture, using a consensus on a DHT. Also, Unitychain consensus itself. We have a layer of Unitychain, called RNG Protocol. It’s basically a very unique way that we come up with an authentic random number.
It’s technically infinitely scalable, with more nodes in the network.
Certainly, we think that we’re working on important technology for society. We’ve recently created a proof of concept, maybe it’s relevant to show you, actually. We have a video.
Which we recently studied. Juin just did a deep dive on it. He’s our lead researcher. We like to study all different types of protocols to learn from different projects. We think it’s important to keep an open mind, because it’s such an interesting field, a lot of things to ...
It’s like singing.
Exactly, yes. We’re on first floor, so we often hear the, "whoop, whoop, whoop, whoop."
We’re based out of Impact Hub, near [Chinese].