And we actually publicly said that people around the world, even journalists in autocracies, can donate their bandwidth and their hard disk by pinning us and helping us stay afloat. So, it’s a strong message to the democratic alignments. So, I think usually Web3 isn’t, on a user experience perspective, like miles better than Web2. Actually, people strive to just match the parity of the Web2 social network experience. But when it comes to truly adverse situations, be it massive denial of service, be it survival in a censorship regime in autocracies, be it to anticipate the interactive deepfakes that’s coming by generative AI and so on, you can easily build such tamper-proof infrastructure as essentially security products that will let people still retain a sense of trust, a fabric of trust online.