And that is the main angle I’m working with nowadays. Of course, I’m also head of national cybersecurity, so I think in security terms, but especially for governments. The ubiquity you mentioned in the second question is not by a cost-effective analysis or cost benefit analysis, but rather by whether it justifies the investments to keep things safe. And so, I think a lot of people see that the blockchain space, because it is already maximally adversarial anyway, people invented like zero knowledge proofs and things like that, that protects the integrity of the information not due to any trust on any particular point, which may be DDoS or hijack or social engineering to oblivion, but rather into the resiliency of the protocol itself.

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