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DAO Weekly Meeting #10

Date
February 3, 2022
Timestamps
• 00:00 Banter • 00:28 Biz Dev Updates • 05:20 Announcements From Dumpling • 16:36 Reorganization and Misc. Updates • 20:08 Poker Tournament • 28:37 Website • 40:23 Update on Bean Sprout • 43:09 Preparing for Future Growth • 56:47 Closing Thoughts
Type
DAO Meeting

Recording

Quick Summary

In the DAO meeting, we went over a slew of updates across all areas of Beanstalk, including:

  • Biz Dev Recap
  • Notion Updates
  • Dune Analytics Workshop
  • Beans of Poker Update
  • Website Update
  • Design update
  • and more...

Notes

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Notes and project updates

Biz Dev Recap (Max Sow)

  • Progress with potential integration with Liquity/LUSD — allows users to go onto Beanstalk and buy beans with LUSD
  • Progress with potential integration with Tally Wallet — should launch soon so you can connect to Beanstalk with Tally Wallet
  • Progress with potential integration FiatDAO — will allow you to borrow money against your pods, the marketplace will drive this further
  • CreatorDAO — still up in the air. We may just do a fee-for-service where they promote us
  • We are still looking for a lending protocol to work with, please reach out to Max Sow if you have suggestions or connections with Aave or Compound
  • BD channel is now public, so feel free to jump in and join the conversation

Announcements from Dumpling

  1. Discussion of timing of meetings
    1. EU members often can’t make the current times given time zone
    2. Idea: try a different time once a month so EU members can join
    3. Upcoming meeting agendas can be found in so you can look beforehand and message Dumpling if you want to suggest anything
  2. BIP-11 — go vote!
  3. Job board introduction
    1. https://www.notion.so/beanstalkfarmsdao/d07a322cbd1f4d119fb211710aef10dc?v=bc264fbbc0a6496f9be276a7906cd4e2
  4. We are recruiting for Discord mods!
  5. Org chart update, Marketing Dept Creation
    1. Marketing department has been newly created

Notion Reorganization (JWW) — New link:

  • Watch the Notion training videos

Bean Sprout Update (mistermanifold)

  • Aphra is moving away from the bonding model in favor of a vault model. In 3 weeks we are aiming to do a Bean Vault that can help stabilize the peg by arbing
    • Aphra also allowing you to lock up liquidity in Vaults more generally to allow you to harvest cash flows from their arb strategies

Layer 3 Bounties going well

Bean:FRAX LP pool currently in a holding pattern

Dune Analytics Session Mention

  • 9pm ET Sunday, 2/7: TBIQ will be holding a Beanstalk focused dune analytics tutorial covering a wide range of topics including:
    • Dune basics: What kind of data exists on dune analytics and how can I use it?
    • Dune workflow tips: How should I go about solving problems on dune analytics? What are some tools and techniques I can use to my advantage?
    • Going through an example: Building a Beanstalk related visualization from scratch.

Luna PR Update (JWW & Ipoandchill)

  • We are in advanced discussions with marketing firm called Luna PR who will help us mature and professionalize our media efforts
  • Their firm understands stablecoins very well

Design Update (Deezbeanz)

  • Hired a UI/UX lead
  • Working on revamping entire website experience
  • Visual/identity style guide and logo revamp updates should be out soon
  • Have been pumping out graphics as needed
  • Check out the job board! More help needed
  • GuavAnom is joining the team, introduced by Deezbeanz — they have worked together before

Website update (Silo Chad)

  • Once pod marketplace BIP passes, team will deploy it to the front end. Thanks to everyone who helped with testing!
  • Updated the winter theme to be more spring-y
  • Added popups everytime you create a transaction with links to etherscan so you can easily track the transaction (will roll out with the Pod marketplace)
  • By this weekend landing page should be ready to ship
    • Landing page first with short explainers
    • Then app.bean.money for current page
  • Then, will rope the Curve pool liquidity and price into the Bean price shown on the website
    • Then will add the ability to Silo straight into the Curve pool from the website
  • Working on Beanstalk SDK, all-encompassing Javascript library for interacting with Bean, an open source tool for people to use to develop Beanstalk integrations
    • Macro goal for the front end team is to make it open sourced so anyone can contribute

Beans of Poker Tournament Update

  • BSP for this will come out soon
  • Looking at Pokerstars vs FatedSpade as the platform to do this on
  • Setting up discord for live conversation to build hype during and before the tournament
    • Could use dev team help for low lift bot projects on this too
  • Timing: last weekend of Feb or first weekend of Mar, to be finalized
  • IPOandChill may livestream over Twitch
  • Shoutout Mod for putting together some versions of a banner for marketing

Open floor discussions

  • Rex working on continuing the #GuesstheBeans contests
    • Another idea is #GuessthePeg, where people can guess the date and time to hit [5000] crosses benchmark
    • One more idea — work with real farmers or agricultural charities to donate to them in beans as the prize for contest winners
  • We expect huge growth in the discord once marketing initiatives are executed on, which will make getting a Community Manager more important
    • We should deep dive into the new user experience
      • Start-here page needs to be improved
    • Call for anyone who wants to write/create Bean content
      • Community posts like 0xAustin’s posts have been amazing, we should promote those
      • We should push a blog
    • We should think about using the landing page to push our content
  • BFP-25 is out to cover deployment costs for BIPs and gas costs for payrolls
    • Check out this and other proposals on Snapshot
  • We should reach out in a standardized way to prominent Twitter people who follow the Beanstalk account
  • Gitbook project — we want that to be the main source of truth for interacting with Beanstalk eventually, but if do do that we nned to make sure the Gitbook is at the bar for quality. We hope this is one of the projects we can tackle in Feb
  • Auditing is important before we do a huge marketing initiative, and we are tracking well on this

Publius updates, sign-off

  • Call for talent! We need talent!! introduce your smartest and most talented friends and acquaintances to Dumpling

Transcript

On this as well. We've had some some fun the last couple of seasons, I think. I think the last two seasons we've printed 9000 being in, I guess 9000, 4000, 6000. So pretty to see.

Humongous. Yeah. With the pod marketplace launching to it's going to be a good good week and I think well guys if it's cool with you all and you can hear me all right, I think I'll just jump into some BD updates. I saw we have to jump soon, so I'll get through this quickly. Yeah, perfect. Thanks. Thanks. Yeah, totally.

So one of the things that's really exciting that Incubate has been pushing really hard and so shout out to him is the integration with Liquid is one of the things that we're working on with them is so that users can come on to be dot money, borrow USD against their ISA in one click and then deposit back into the silo or use that to sell.

So that's really exciting. It kind of improves the tax functionality of of the silo too, you know, if you don't want to use your ether outright. So liquid is LAUSD integration. That's gonna be super interesting. The Taliban with their decentralized wallet. And so we kind of want to get them onboarded there. That will be launching relatively soon so that you can connect to Bienstock with your Tali wallet.

And then the pod marketplace will be really important for our integration with Seattle, which is the group that will allow us to borrow money against our pods. So once the once people 11 pass passes, everybody should go vote. We'll get some data from the pod marketplace and then we can use that in our conversation with Seattle. So I'm super excited about borrowing against pods and we are hashing out some things with Creator Dao.

That relationship is still up in the air, but the few options that we have on the table are still looking pretty exciting. So that's what I have on the BD side. All right. Thanks, Max. Every question from Max before he hops mascot.

Max is a premature to talk a little bit about the creator Dao because it's still early stages or can you give any any updates?

Yeah, I think Manyfold will be the best person to answer that I think. Let's see. Is he here? It doesn't look like he's here yet.

But I think that he'll.

Know more than me. I've been following along, but he's been kind of impervious to has been more so on in that relationship. One thing I'll throw out there or Yeah, I can speak to to dumping, but the last thing I'll throw out is we're still looking for a like lending protocol to work with. We have a few options that we're looking at, but if there's anything that you guys feel really strongly about, then please feel free to reach out on eBay and compound all the obvious ones.

But they're super picky with who they bring on. So if you guys have connections there or if there are other lending platforms that we should be looking at them, please don't hesitate to reach out. We also have the B D channel now public, so just scroll down and join the conversation with anything. So yeah, lending is one of the areas where I'd love some help from Max.

Yeah. The one thing about creator Dave that I can probably share since this is kind of a smaller group is so we had a call with them today and it was the question is I think they're really great at promoting projects like ours. I think they're really great at that. And Mr. Manafort can speak more to this, but we are thinking about, you know, they have offered us a like a big yeah, like a yearly sort of contract with a bit of a convoluted situation where we put where we sort of fund their treasury and in being and hopefully they don't sell it.

And but then basically in hearing it, we didn't think that it was had a clear enough path forward and that it wasn't, you know, the number was too big. So probably what we're going to do instead is just contract them out on like a two month, like a two month kind of just straight fee for service, just them, you know, promoting being, you know, at a very certain, very certain, very kind of classy way.

You know, we want them to have a, you know, have these and certain people really be overseeing exactly what goes out. But yeah, anyway, so we do have we're in talks with them and we'll be issuing a proposal for that. So that's, that's, that's created that. But it's very exciting. They showed us what some other group and some other protocols that they've worked with.

And I think that the style of of promotion is kind of exactly what we want. So it's pretty exciting. So with that, I'll just kind of following the agenda here. One little note on the agenda. I've been posting these, I'm trying to post them earlier so that people have a chance to let me know if they would like to speak about anything.

And then they're going to always be in the notion and I'm going to link or I put sort of a synopsis in the in the event details itself for the for the event. So you can look to that about a day beforehand and you'll know what we're going to be talking about. So, so one thing I wanted to talk about is a few people have not really been able to make meetings, particularly people in Europe, because they're these meetings are kind of late and just the way that the time zones work out and they've asked if, you know, there's any chance we could do meetings in the middle of the day or something like that.

I know that a lot of people have, you know, full time jobs and might not be able to listen or or chat about meetings but have, you know, contribute to meetings like this in the day. So I was wondering if maybe a good middle zone would be like once a month. We try a different time so that we can get people like Mr. Moshi has expressed that he'd like to come to meetings sometimes, but he can't and a few other people have.

So I wondered what people's thoughts were about that and if people would maybe be open to doing one every fourth meeting, maybe having it at a different time as a proposed solution for that, it sounds good to me doubly. Yeah, I think that makes sense. How about some of the ideas that people kind of keep chiming in? Does anyone have any?

I guess I have a problem with that.

You know, like would we then just be switching to 12 hours, maybe complaining and doing or not 12 hours, but maybe like for early, early, like Pacific and Eastern Time that we were thinking.

Yeah, maybe somewhere around like noon, noon Eastern, 9 a.m. Pacific or one one Eastern, 10 p.m. Pacific, something like that. Yeah, I think that's a good idea. Okay, well, I'll shoot for three.

Yeah, I've been just posting the binary chat and that, I don't know, potential solution survey.

Every other week. Different types take a survey. Yeah, maybe we could, I could, I could distribute something to see because we might have more, more people than we know that we're inconveniencing by the timing of our meetings. So I could send something out. It's a little more formal. That's like a little online survey for that. But maybe based on the results of that, we could go either every other week or once a month.

If it's only a few people, it just it'd be nice to get some voices that we can't get. I know we've had some people who were like in China who were like, Oh, I'd love to come to the meeting, but you know, so yeah. So we could try that. I'll send out a survey, I'll post it just in like the general tab and hopefully just fill it out if you have a chance.

Okay. Excuse me. That was just a small thing. So obviously bip 11 go vote. I think that I forget who it was on Twitter, but someone was saying I'm calling it this is going to be the fastest approved BIP So let's try to make that true. Um.

It's already up a couple percent since the meeting started, so that's fantastic.

I think we can make it as so I want it to. Then I'm going to bring up Gww to talk about the notion reorganization in a little bit. But before that, I just wanted to say that we have we're introducing the job board, which is pretty cool. So under the notion, under Bienstock DAO overview, which I know that some of you don't have access to right now, so what I'm going to I've already spoken with Hugh and we did some notion reorganization that without getting into too much detail, you need to click this link initially and then it will.

It'll always pop up. This is the public notion. And then the Beanstalk Farms databases. Everyone should have access to that already. So I'll try to put more details about this. Maybe in the barnyard chat so that I don't have to sit here and explain it to everyone. But in the barnyard chat now there's a link. I'm just dropping it right now.

Everyone needs to click this link so that they have this, so that this Beanstalk DAO overview gets loaded into their notion anyway. But in a few minutes I'll have BW talk a little bit more about how we reorganized the notion. But yeah, so next sorry. I just clicked out of my meeting notes because I was gathering that that link for you guys.

Let's get right back to it. So in the meetings in the Beanstalk Farm's database section, if you click meetings, which has a little like old, old style telephone, then you can scroll down and see upcoming meeting agendas. And that's where I'm posting the full agendas for these meetings. So in case you want to know what we're talking about in advance or in case you want to add to the agenda, anyone really anyone who's here should feel free to just at the end of these just add like a number 12.

I want to talk about X, Y or Z and feel totally free to do that. So that's great. Then I wanted to mention that on Discord, we, Mr. Mochi has been added to some odd and he's been doing a good job, but we could probably handle to have a few more. So if you're interested in mods and I can tell you all about what the duties of a mod are, but if you're interested in being a mod, just DM me and I can.

We can discuss that and see if you'd be a good fit. When you're looking at the job board, you'll see that there's a new department that's created and created a marketing department, which is really great. So that's pretty exciting to have. We do some different positions in there and I think everyone's going to be interested to see what what positions we're hiring for and we're really looking for a pretty, pretty fast growth and a lot of different things.

There's in the community department, there's some metaverse positions, which is pretty, pretty hot. So, you know, take a look. And if you have any ideas of things that, you know, you think we left out or anything like that, you can always reach out to me and I can explain maybe organizationally why we made the choices that we did, and we're open for input to, okay, so that's all I have for my, my short little rant here.

So Gww WWE, do you want to talk a little bit? I have a couple of things that you can talk about. I think have you for the Luna PR update and I have you for the notion of reorganization. And I think there was one more last minute thing that you want to talk about. So do you want to come up and chat about a couple things?

Yeah, of course. So first, just to continue what you're saying on the notion of the yes, we I think you guys have all heard us talk about especially dumpling over the past couple weeks. And probably as for all of us to, you know, be integrating ourselves more on notion and getting onboarded with the videos and stuff like that.

So when you first get onto it, you'll see, like anyone who's going to be joining in for the first time, we really want you to go through those videos that you put together to make sure that you're understanding kind of like how to create the templates and how we're going to manage it. It's still we're still kind of perfecting and cleaning it, but the dumplings point on the job board when you jump on now you'll see like there was that we're accepting applications for versus those that were still spelling out the roles for in general.

And then per usual just you know, follow up if you have any questions as we go through those. But then high level what you'll be seen within each of the departments now going forward is design, engineering, marketing, BD, community and ops along have been through which has it's also a separate page. You'll see a lot more of like the navigation that is going to be run by the departmental lead.

So as you're onboarded and this is a lot of these is credit and dumping, last night we had this late night call of trying to figure out how best to streamline the flow of like the moment you get on, we want to kind of give you exposure to whatever you need, but really get you going as fast as possible.

And so the reorg of it now should be a lot smoother for when you first storing. But of course as you start to get up to speed, reach out to us and let us know if you have any comments or critiques. But the main thing, you know, when you jump in and you get on board and you see under the Beanstalk firms database, you'll see the about notion.

And then in that you'll see the notion, the notion training video. So definitely jump in and take a look at those and you guys have a second. So I think everyone's mentioned this before as voice is a little therapeutic, I guess. So dumplings recommendation I think is to go at like a 1.25 or something like that in order to kind of push through the content.

But otherwise, if you want to, you know, just be mellow and relax, check out those videos. I mean, that's kind of it will continue to give notion updates on a weekly basis. And then again, as everyone's kind of been alluding to as compelling and pervasive and alluded to, we're going to try to shift direction over there more so and drive a lot more from notion when it comes to being stuck farms, organizational updates and stuff like that.

So two quick things I'd add to that. We're going to be having a project manager meeting this week, so we're still deciding on a time, but that's going to be where we come up with a lot of like best practices for how to, you know, how to manage projects. And anyone who's not a project manager is free to sit in on that because we're going to kind of come up with with a lot of, you know, with a lot of processes and that kind of thing.

So it's going to be kind of a technical notion type of meeting. So feel free to join in on that. Another thing Gww is the other thing I wanted you to talk about was the poker tournament. And I just remembered, I think, an update on Luna real quick and did you can jump in on this one too. I just.

Have the perfect.

Next.

Hi everyone. So open. Sure.

So we the on the marketing side of things over the last few weeks, you know, myself.

And a few others, namely Gww and Yahoo! Hype is involved as well.

We've been reaching.

Out to a myriad of different PR firms and agencies, trying to get a.

Feel for who could be.

Helpful with marketing the project and really getting the name out there. Obviously, the community has done a great job.

Of doing this at a grassroots level, and of course we're doing things like the spaces.

Every week, but it really is time to make a big major push. We are in.

Pretty advanced discussions.

With.

A firm called Luna PR.

I don't know if folks here.

Have.

Heard of them or maybe even worked with them in the past.

But they seem to have a pretty long.

List of projects.

That they've worked with, including some stablecoins.

They're based in Dubai. So we have been talking to them and we're in the process.

Of having a proposal.

That.

We can then put forth in front of the Dow. We're just in the middle of hammering it out and having something specific.

That we can talk through, but overall I feel.

Pretty good about it. Gww has also been with me on all.

Of these calls and we we feel good about where things are going and we're hoping to.

Get somewhere where we can a obviously have us and them.

Agree to the working.

Relationship and that ultimately bring this to the Dow and get it.

Approved so we can start telling the world about these beings. Gww I don't know if you want to add anything or clarify anything.

I mean, we mentioned this last week during the call that we were expanding the conversations with them. And then just so the community knows what we've been talking about, it's kind of a handful of areas that we can get their help on, both PR and media coverage, potentially some social media and blog support forum like debating how we could get them to help with more management, stuff like that.

And then influencer reviews. Another big piece would be having them help out with getting interviews together, amaze podcasts, maybe even helping us on the campaign side. Obviously, as we progress with an agency, whoever we go with, it's going to any voice that goes out is going to have to be cleaned and kind of approved, you know, by police or the tone of voice that we kind of solidify.

So nothing would be pushed publicly. But in general, just to finish his point, it would be to help us kind of much more broadly start to expose Beanstalk to the market both on the defi and non Defi side. The way I continue to think of it in my mind is this is much more for leans, probably more towards the retail side of getting support.

Whereas like I think a lot of the work that Maxo and Mr. Manafort do is kind of more on the institutional or integration side, but it could also lead to the latter. So for example, you know, they have connections that like Coindesk and a bunch of other editors and so as they would work on publications and plug in, obviously the success of it would be largely contingent on of the of the marketing agents who would be contingent on the the of the channels that are producing the pieces that we work with them on.

So we've been kind of trying to set expectations while also going through finals, like what the final deliverables will be with them. Next steps would be to, as we said, we're reviewing the contract start to actually set up some realistic deliverables or KPIs that we want from them as opposed to them just kind of running wild with us, making sure that we're actually holding them accountable to what they say they're going to do for us.

We're talking through how they can receive payment. We're trying to keep everything obviously on being in or and or potentially selling in the field. So there's just a few other things that we're working through on the logistics side. But to to to this point, actually, the last call that we have with him is probably the most encouraging. I think the person that would be managing the account has a very good feel of not just crypto and defi, but surprisingly of the stablecoin market and I think pretty well understands collateralized or non collateralized kind of the of all the agencies that I've worked with in the past, not in Defi and crypto, but outside of this

agencies that I brought on, I was actually probably most impressed by her awareness of what we're doing compared to anyone else in the space. I mean, she's just very on the ball, which is great, and they're actually representing another Stablecoin or in Europe right now. And so we've talked a little bit about that. But in general, just to finish this point, again, this is just be a massive addition for us in terms of building out awareness, more thinking, kind of like funnel metrics of getting someone just to be aware of the brand all the way working their way down to, you know, converting or investing like in a silo in the field.

So a lot of late night calls because we do by timeline, but frankly, it's been very worth it. We're excited to advance this in the next stage it's in right now.

That awesome. And then I'm focusing on the tournament.

The poker tournaments. So there was a bunch of stuff on here actually two days ago or three days ago, give a handful of things that we need to be following up on. So in terms of the platform, so for those that don't know the poker tournament, just to zoom out is the idea of trying to integrate a handful of other protocols into just an online tournament that we would run late February or early March and get the buy in to be in beans and then try to do some general kind of marketing around it, get them to market it and you know, not to put additional on the spot, potentially have him like live stream

via twitch, like moderate and stuff like that. So just high level to get everyone up to see where we are with it. First we had established the platform that we're going to run it on. We were leaning towards PokerStars, we're looking at another one jumping. I don't know if you have an update on that. I know that you were looking into one.

I think that may an issue was mentioning.

Yeah faded speed so I have now contacted them and I haven't heard back yet which is the one you know they have like a Farmville online. That's the one concern that I have. But and they did say that it was really slick and good. And he, you know, for when he used it for a charity thing. So we're still back and forth.

PokerStars will work perfectly fine, but this one would be better if we can get a hold of them.

If Yeah. So jumping in actually ran. We set up a tournament last weekend and ran a little game and it went really smoothly. So in general, obviously the goal for this not to just bring awareness to be in stock, but to make sure that happens in a really frictionless environment. So obviously we were testing stuff out. So there's a couple of other deadlines that we need to hit for the platform.

I think we missed those a little bit, but we can push those back. We're also setting up a discord for it where we can kind of where we'll have live conversation just in advance of it to help build, build hype. But then also while it's happening, there's been a lot of ideas of a couple of bots that we could throw into it, so we might want to pull in someone from the on the dev team if we can, but we obviously don't want it to be too time consuming.

So there's a couple of set up there and Chebet and myself are sending that up and then there's marketing promotion in general. So obviously we want to be providing content in advance of this. Ideally, definitely. I know you mentioned, I think the last weekend of February and I think I was thinking the first weekend of March, but we're solidifying the final day and then we want to get everything up and running and tested before that so that we can start getting content out and start promoting it.

Big shout out to my dad. We he was able to drumming up some ideas for like what a banner might look like for it. And you guys can all see that if you jump into the poker tournament channel or we can just drop I'll just drop in the barnyard chat. But he was able to get some really quick last minute graphic design support, which is awesome.

So we created one version, did some slight tweaks and created a second version, and then we need to actually submit the BSP for this. So jumping I don't I think it you in Israel and farmer Dan had made good progress on that is it pretty close to being ready for something?

Yeah, it's about ready for submission. I can. I can submit it even late this evening.

Okay, great. And so everyone read through that. But it's a way for us to make sure that we're able to kind of provide the part recommended or the rewards that we're giving to suggest what we're actually promoting the event. And you'll see more details on the VSP and then yeah, then there's going to be fee collection and sign up.

So we haven't fully solidified that how we're actually going to be collecting their views. We've got a couple of ideas and then there's some further thoughts around the partnership outreach just in terms of other orgs that we can get in being intern and dumpling have been running the last part. So a lot of details for you guys. You'll see a lot of that if you just if you see in the poker tournament itself.

But you can read more details in the BSP when it comes out. And then I'll be putting together a card on this, a notion that we can reference there as well.

Okay, great to be back. I think you did make it right. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm here. And I love that you have done the how to say your name in parentheses. I love that. Yeah. No, I realize that pretty much everyone I talk to is pronouncing it the wrong way. So with TV around, wanted to make a distinction.

Yeah. Also also good can you. So, you know, we just we're about to submit your snapshot pretty excited to bring you on board and analytics capacity and I just wanted your build holding a can tell us about the June analytics session you'll be holding on Sunday. Yeah, sure. So I'm going to be holding a stock focused student analytics tutorial.

And we're going to cover kind of like a range.

Of topics. So first and.

Foremost, we're going to go over June.

Basics like what kind of data exists on June and how can you leverage it. I'm also going.

To go over some like June.

Workflow tips. So how do you go about solving problems on doing analytics? What are some external tools that you might use to help yourself solve problems and just kind of some general purpose techniques? I use one attacking a problem, and I'm also going to kind of.

Make that all concrete by going through.

An example.

Of building.

A stock related visualization from scratch. So it should be interesting if you're looking to get into analytics.

Either casually.

Or are interested in contributing to the dashboard creation effort in some capacity. So hope to see some me there all next to and that's 9 p.m. Easter Sunday, right? Okay. And that is in the calendar and the Time Summit at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday. Right. Okay. Sorry. I feel like a Casper commercial now. All right. So next these beans, could you give us an update on design department stuff?

Absolutely. Hey, everyone is here. So I got to design apartments. Just been hustling out, working, trying to get everything organized and been onboarding a lot of good talent. We find the UX UI lead. We're looking at pretty much how we're going to revamp the entire website experience. So that's going be really exciting. We know that that's been a major thing.

Also, we're getting some big progress on this, the overall visual identity style guide as well as the logo revamp. So be on the lookout for an update soon towards the end of the week now than that. Yeah. Just trying to catch up with any quick graphics for what we're needing as far as like the marketing or the bits or anything like that.

But yeah, it's just staying busy and please check out the job board. We need help and self love for our people on the team.

And there was yeah, there was a nice new thing that came out for it was that for Bip 11 I wasn't.

Oh yeah. Yeah. We'll try to start doing like integrating some more like graphics there available for just all different types of documents. But hopefully as we get the new, new style, we can integrate that as well. Yeah.

Okay, great. And yeah, look for there's going to be a couple of new proposals. There are a few up. There's 125 is to cover deployment costs for four bips and also gas costs for things like payroll and payments and that sort of thing. So we've just been kind of scraping them together in the past for for this or, you know, it's but we just want to have enough money that we don't really have to worry about waiting for particularly low gas in order to deploy something.

Right. So take a look at that. And then there's also a couple other ones to be in there, not to Beans Snapshot and TBS snapshot. So if you just take a look at those and there's a few more on the horizon. Okay, next, do we have Silo Chad? Yes, thank you. I do want to come up for a few minutes.

Sure. Everybody. So a quick update on Brett with the front end. So the last couple of weeks we've been working on the pod marketplace. So as soon as that bit passes, we will ship things to the front end. Everything's pretty much ready to go. A bunch of you have spent some time testing, so thank you to everybody who did that and really appreciate all the help.

Some other changes that will also roll out with the marketplace. We've updated the the winter theme to be a little bit a little bit brighter and more approaching of of spring. And then we've also cleaned up some other parts of the of the UI. Most notably, we've added pop ups every time you create a transaction. So hopefully this will help sort of explain the different transactions that you're executing.

And then also in those little pop ups, you'll have a link to either scan to be able to track when the transaction is posted. So those will roll out along with the marketplace. Up next for the for the front end team, a lot of different things. So first, hopefully by this weekend, we're going to have the landing page ready to ship.

So for those of you who aren't familiar, we're basically going to move the current buyers money website to app, start buying up money, and then set up a landing page akin to many other crypto protocols to help give us some some real estate to explain what being stock is and just generally talk about how to use the website.

So that'll go out basically ASAP as soon as the pod market is shipped. Following that will also be deploying some stuff related to the curve pool. Most notably, we're going to rope the curve pools, liquidity and price into the current being price that's reported on the website. Right now it's only based off of Uniswap, so definitely want to get that incorporated considering that there's actually a lot of liquidity in the crypto and that we'll also be working on getting that into the silo so that you can actually silo straight into the curve for from the website.

So that's upcoming. The last sort of big thing on the horizon for myself as well as a couple of others is the Beanstalk SDK. So working on this with iOS, Wallet and Funderburk are basically what we're going to produce is sort of an all encompassing JavaScript library for interacting with the Beanstalk contract and doing all of the things that being money currently does.

And so this will become the backbone of what the money uses to interact with with Beanstalk and then also be available to all of you and to anybody else in the community who wants to use this as an open source tool to develop your own Beanstalk integrations. And so that is probably in the works. If all in front of are have been doing a killer job of getting things spec out there and I'll be hopping in to kind of help integrate that into the front end and hoping to roll that out in the next couple of weeks as we start sort of pointing the front end towards being open source.

So as a reminder, the the macro goal for the front end team for the next couple, couple of months is to make the front end open sourced so that anybody can contribute happy to answer specifics on any of those, but that's kind of the summary, right? That's that was great. Any questions for our chat there? Well, leading into that, if you do now, feel free to ask questions of anyone.

Right now, this is kind of open, a little bit of open time where people feel free to discuss basically anything, anything you feel is relevant or any questions you have for any other member who's here, who you're having a tough time getting a hold of as you're thinking of anything, I might just take this moment to introduce Kwabena.

Hey, what's going on? Hey.

Yeah, so, um, I was introduced by these beans. I'm helping out with the graphic design and development of the brand identity. We have worked together before. We've made some really great stuff, and we love working together and, um, we just do a good job together. I don't know. So it's like he said, wait for some updates. I think there's, there's going to be some awesome updates pretty soon that you guys will really love.

Okay, great. We'll look forward to that and let us know if you need any as far you know, if you need permissions to get into anything or, you know, if anything is if you don't know where to find something, anything like that, you can reach out to me, obviously can reach out to these and you should feel free to DM anyone in here for anything and.

The awesome thing farm thanks Matt.

Hey dumpling I'll I'll go real quick. There's a if there's an open spot. Yeah, go ahead. All right. So hey folks dumpling, I guess I don't know how we got into the conversation, but at some point we were talking over the last week or so just about different things for the community and kind of next evolution for some of the parent.

Just ways we're engaging with people and talking about the continuation of the Guess the Beans contest. The dumpling started here over the last couple of months and just some other ideas that were kind of kicking around and dumping as if I would put some ideas together. And just to go a real quick, I've got a couple ideas that I'm fleshing out a little bit.

One is a continuation of the yes, the beans contest and specifically trying to kind of point this outward at a Twitter audience. And I know that's been where it's been headed in the past, but really getting focused on using that as a way to just just get on the Twitter community and get get more folks engaged in other things that I'm kicking around.

And we just missed it this time. But thinking about like, I guess the PEG contest where like every 2500 peg crosses, you know, at some point before that, we, we have a like a quick contest where folks in the discord can guess, like the day and time when we'll hit a particular peg cross. So the next one might be like 5000 crosses.

You know, just have folks start putting like day in times into a specific chair and whoever's closest would, you know, get maybe pods or a being NFT or swag or something. And then the third one that I'm kicking around and put some research into is just what I'm calling like beans in the wild. And just kind of another fun opportunity to just get a little bit easier publicity for the protocol.

And what went through my mind for this was like even like a simple Twitter photo contest where it's kind of an open ended idea, where people just kind of send us bean related pictures and get a small group of folks together, decide on what we like best, what's most creative, what's most clever. And the interesting thing about this and what I'm thinking about is, you know, maybe this instead of a prize that goes the winner in this case making a donation to a particular like we've talked a lot about that like farmers and being farmers and just doing a little bit of research.

There are a couple of really good nonprofits that specifically focus on things like coffee bean farmers. The one that I've been reading about a little bit recently is the Coffee Trust, which helps Central American coffee farmers and their families. And like, you know, maybe for a contest like that, we make a small donation in the name of the winner to that nonprofit.

And so, you know, it's just another way that we can do a lot of public good, get some easy publicity, you know, just get the name out in a positive way and then keep keep introducing people with the protocol. So so those are the things I'm kicking around. I will probably put something a little bit more formal together here over the next week or so and put it in, probably put it into dumpling hands and whoever else is interested, and we'll see if it turns into maybe a snapshot or or whatever we want to do to go from there.

Our ex That sounds awesome. I think those are really cool ideas. Yeah, let's, yeah, let's keep, let's keep working on this. Anyone have any thoughts on that? I'm into anything like that, but I want to make sure other people are supportive too. But I think that sounds great. Hey, everyone came by here. I might have some contacts with some soybean farmers and if they know any, like, nonprofit organizations that could kind of raise some money for stuff, I can.

I can look into that for you guys. Yeah, that'll be great. So, like, I don't have any particular direction I'm looking in in that regard. And the other thing that goes through my mind, what I was thinking earlier was if we have a list, it could be a thing where we could rotate because we did this thing like twice a year, we could rotate through a list or if if we had a winner, we could give them the option.

We could say, Hey, here's a list of groups that we trust, that we know that if we make a donation, it's not just going to be wasted. Which one would you like us to donate to? And so yeah, if we had a list of options, I think that's even better that makes it seem more like you one. If it's like, Oh, I get to choose these farmers or these farmers or whoever.

Right? I completely agree. That's great. I really like that. Yeah, I just anecdotally from like from when I'm doing this, we got a lot of engagement on those gets the beans like, you know, it depends how you did it. If you force people to discord, you get quite a bit less. If you allow just a retweet and a like basically to do it.

I mean, it was yeah, it was. It was a lot of like it was I think some of those got like 10,000 got seen like 10,000 times the got them, which is pretty cool for people to see that. So anyway, I like the idea of expanding that and it is pretty low budget if you use that word beans, it's pretty good.

It doesn't cost it yet. So yeah, but I was going to say that's exactly what I was thinking for the first and the last one, having them Twitter based and really keeping them on Twitter because of keeping that what's called a low barrier to entry and and yet just getting people more familiar with the protocol and just kind of saying, hey, yeah, like retweet and go and just make it that easy.

Keep getting the name out, keep getting positive information out. But yeah, not not making it too hard to get involved so anyone can comment on that or bring up their own topic to oh, we have Mr. Manifold. Mr. Manifold, I had you down for a, uh, an update on Bean Sprout. If you wanted to come up for a few minutes and give that.

Yeah, sorry about that dumpling problem. So I'll get started with for a first off, sorry for the error in the token drop. I know we had some wallets missing, so we kind of decided it would be best to scrap the airdrop and redo it, which I think is going to be healthier in the long run. APHA is going to change its model around a bit at launch, rather than do bonds to kind of ramp up its treasury.

We're going get started on vaults sooner than later, which I think is positive for bean demand. Hopefully within the next, I would say three weeks we can get a bean vault going to start being around the peg more more on that to come. But Andrew's kind of being thoughtful around it and kind of rethinking the bond strategy, especially with the market kind of becoming more and more unfavorable, I would say.

And the sentiment shifting away from bonds a bit, which I also think is healthier. So it might be like a curve emissions model where after a cut of the Mets, if you lock up liquidity in vaults for life or to produce cash flows around its various ARB strategies. So that's kind of on AFRA. I'm not sure if we spoke about Crater Dao, but we had a call with Creator Dao.

So that's something from a marketing angle we're looking at and kind of in discussions for themes of poker. LONSWAY Layer Layer three bounties are going well and we're still kind of in a holding pattern in terms of that being FRAX all people, we're kind of waiting on Sam to get back to us, but hopefully does in the next few days.

But those are some of the updates. If there's any questions, please, please let me know.

So either any questions from Mr. Manifold or this is open time with people. Have any anything I've set in mind they want to bring up? It's not I have a thing or two, but I can I can certainly save it. I don't mean to dominate the conversation. So my item would be is there. I think things are going very well.

We're holding a really tight peg. We I just feel like there's a lot of good energy in the air. I think there's a lot of really exciting stuff. I feel like every day there's more, more and more exciting stuff that we're working on and it's just kind of go, go, go, which is awesome. I feel like the minute we start, we start advertising either with Creator Dao or with Luna that we might just be in for a huge, crazy, you know, set of growth, which is really good.

But there could be, you know, I'm just sort of thinking about what can we do right now to prepare for that that that's coming in like potentially like a couple of weeks. The one thing that comes to my mind is hiring a community manager because I think that people could just be flooding into the discord. It could get a little crazy.

But I'm sure other people have some thoughts of other things that we can do to prepare in the meantime. And I just kind of want to see if we can get a few of those now done. I totally agree with you here. I think hiring someone specific to manage the discord will be huge. I know we've already spent some time overhauling discord, but just in general, going back to the drawing board here and thinking through what is the the user experience of someone who joined for the first time, I think would be huge.

So figuring out what channels they pop into immediately, what content is there, what content we need to push forward. The second piece I'd add here is I actually think that the landing page and directing people to the white paper and other bean related content would be really meaningful here. We've already seen, even today I saw some activity on Twitter where I think somebody read Austin's post and somebody read Merchant's Post and that was what drove them here to Discord.

And so I think excuse me both both promoting those posts as well as other new pieces of content that the marketing team develops would be huge. So this is basically a rally cry for anybody who wants to write. And then also I would love to spend some.

More time thinking with some of you about how.

To use the new landing page as a place to push our content. So if you have thoughts on this, please speak up or reach out to me.

So, Chad, I was going to say I agree with you. I think like I sort of like a start here page, which I think there's been a bit of updating recently. And I think it's good, but I think like there's more we could do there. I think if you're new, it's a lot of information and yeah, like promoting some community posts like Austin's Post.

So we could get like a little group to think about. Yeah, like, how do people enter this. I'm down to tend to help with that.

The one thing that jumps to my mind so Chad is with the landing page having a blog associated with it seems like a place that we could really tie together a lot of this information and also could really help with SEO. So that would be one thing that we could do the sort of the new website, who would be so if we did it, got this blogger out, who would be responsible for.

Pushing content to.

That blog? I think we'll need to we need to establish that. And it probably can't be just one person because it takes you know, it takes a while to write, then to go through the, you know, make sure it's relevant, want people to look at it. We want a few people to look at it. So yeah, for sure, I guess.

Yeah, that sounds good. Just thinking about triaging, actually rolling this out. If there's anybody who would be like want to jump in and help with that and help get the ball rolling, that'd be they'd be huge. I'm like looking to start rolling out the landing page immediately. And so if we can collab and figure out what the best format is for for pushing the blog, that would be great.

Maybe Bean Merchant. You and I can circle up and we can figure out a good a good plan to before it here.

I think Ariel as well, he's our lead competitor.

So awesome. Yeah he said that yet but yeah, he's certainly. Yeah. And then in addition to the blog, which is probably more structured or technical, I'm guessing we talked a lot about like the onboarding, like the curriculum onboarding. So probably like the, like the elementary version because I'm guessing the blog probably going to be a little thicker. So and this would also really help from an essay perspective, if we have language that geared a little bit more towards the device side, which then ties into like the education piece in general that we've been talking about, like myself, etc., ideas we've all been talking about.

So having that on their landing page as well. Yeah, for sure. A while back there was a get book project that was moving. Looking forward, are we still working on that? So that starts to get book project.

So yeah, the book is an incredibly important and if anything, we kind of want to migrate like a big get book to be the main source of truth for interacting with Beanstalk across the board. And that will include the White Paper. But if we're going to do that, we want to make sure that the get book is up to the quality of the white paper, if that makes sense.

And so there was an initial push to try to get that done in early January, but we kind of had to put the brakes on it because of lack of bandwidth. But hopefully that will be one of the projects for for February that we can start to tackle. But it's going to be a pretty big project. So, you know, there's a balance between like it's important to get a good book up with, you know, the time constraints.

So no real update there at the moment.

But yeah, just helpful to know that. That's like still pending because we can when we think about what to include on the landing page, I imagine, you know, right now would be the white paper and perhaps the blog. But I'd also love to when it's ready, push forward to get book as a as a source of truth like you mentioned.

Yeah, I think that makes a lot of sense.

To the company. I mean, just because this is, I think a scalability from my experience, it's just still something I don't know. But like even if Dave could just quickly confirm, but we're obviously we're finding that growth like rapidly happened. Like we don't have any issues from a scalability perspective. And the downside from the engineering side.

Growth is good.

Perfect, perfect. And from the website too, like if we get 10 million people to the website, you know, on a Wednesday at 2:00, is that.

Well, within reason. You know, within reason, yeah.

The one thing I'll note here, though, is that obviously, as we as we grow, we I'm sure we're going to encounter a lot more that we need to roll out bug fixes to make. So the more hands on deck we can get on the engineering front, the better. So definitely as always, like if you encounter engineers who want to work on Bienstock, please push them my way and I'd be happy to get people on board.

I think the job board will really help with that. So if you want to look over that, which I if you wanna look over the job board and then like we can make some extra posts. Yeah. Depending on what you need. Yeah. And then we can as well so we can push. That's okay. Yeah. Yeah. I'll be on you to get it but yeah we can.

Yeah that's a good point. Easier to hire people when you have a little bit of bandwidth than when you have, you know, when you're drowning. Definitely. And then I guess just on that note, which I think you've said before, and so maybe this is more a classroom conversation, but if something were to happen like kind of.

Quickly with with the usb-c, with.

Regulation or something like that, I think a long time ago we talked about the pricing article, potentially the endpoint is somewhere else, and that's not a concern either.

Not at the moment. I mean, for like for something to happen to Usb-C would be we're talking about like exigent circumstances, which are I mean, there's no reason to think that that anywhere in, you know, in the near future. And, you know, one of the things that will shortly after the silo is generalized to include LP tokens for the big three curve.

Or we're also going to work to generalize the Oracle to incorporate the Big Three purpose as well, such that, you know, we'll be able to diversify where the price discovery for a business and in the instance or something happened to us. DC for example, you know, that doesn't really help us with the beam three curve for has three curve contained to us.

DC Per se. So you know, the hope is to continue to diversify the stablecoin exposure to beam and therefore we can come up with like a general aggregate price for an entry in dollar.

Awesome, awesome. Thank you know obviously better at night. Thanks, though. As we get to the hour, I wanted to give Publius a chance to speak for a little bit. I don't know if the best time is now or if someone else has maybe one more topic and then that up to you guys.

Could I ask something real quick?

Yeah.

Yeah, I saw somebody posted in The Discord somewhere that like a bunch of defi not like influencers, but people with like hi reach. We're actually following Bienstock Farms Twitter account and somebody suggested to like basically reach out and see maybe they're interested in doing like an AMA with publishers or something like that. I was wondering if anybody like had ideas about that or if that's possible.

Yeah, I love that Canadian benefit. Is there a chance you could add that separate section in your spreadsheet with the Twitter influencers to add that list? I think that was hype. Was that hype not sure.

Good was actually can't find it like in the discord so it's somewhere in the discord but I'm not sure where.

No, it wasn't me. But I also separately had mentioned that it would be good to to do that as well.

Okay. I think it was TB posted about this. Yeah. I believe it. TB yeah I believe it was TB and I can add that to the spreadsheet for sure. Yeah, that'd be great. I think that that's a clever way of addressing it. And on that, on that note, I think that's a now that we have I know your podcasts are coming along too Canadian.

Bennett You have a good list of podcast to reach out to. So we just that's an area that we just need to probably just get a project manager on and get that project rolling where, you know, reach out in a standardized way to, you know, come up exactly how we want to reach out to people. And then, you know, just kind of go down that list, separate that list into, you know, five different people that are going to do the outreach and then just come up, you know, have them do it over the course of a week.

That'd be really amazing, especially if they got reached out to and then later they saw more stuff. Sometimes you need to see it a couple of times. So they got reached out to and then they see something, maybe some of this content that's going to be circulating from Luna or from Creator Dao or something. Yeah. Anyway, just a thought if you could add that, that'd be great Canadian about it.

Yeah, for sure. Do you want that like a separate like com. Just say like follow B and stock question mark and then like a checklist or something or do you want it like a totally different list?

So there's like, sorry, it's in Twitter outreach campaign. I just found the channel. So you can maybe just look at that. Okay. Beef projects. Yeah.

All right, great.

And being profit. I see that you you which you mentioned in the barnyard chat, something about the audits but see the previous responded to it. Do you want to elaborate on that or do that? Were you happy with that response?

Yeah, totally. No, I just wanted to just given the background of all these hacks happening, obviously, like just, oh, it's better to have an audit, in my opinion, before you do like major, major PR, you know, hiring like a PR firm and everything. But it seems like it's fine.

Well well, privileges. Do you want to you want to say a few things before the end of the meeting?

Sure. So maybe just briefly, you know, I would use this opportunity to just make a call. And I know a lot of you here actually just looking at the crew, most of you are already actively working on something in the Dow, which is great. Um, so maybe the call, it would be like any friends that you have that are a plus, you know, that you think should also be or not even friends but you know, associates or people that you know that you think would help build our community, create content on the development side.

On the marketing side, you know, we're growing fast here. So we need to attract high quality people. And the best way to do that is through our already existing high quality community. So maybe without talking too specifically, because there's just a bajillion things going on which is great to us. The main thing is we need to continue to recruit really high quality talent.

I think having the job board will be nice for that because people may think, you know, it may spark ideas. Just seeing the positions and they may know people who are good for it. So, um, if that's the case and you see a position and you think that someone would be good for it, feel free to DM me and that person or put me in touch.

You know, I can make my an email address, you know, available to you if you want to set up an email thing or. Yeah, but we are, we're really looking to add good people. So echo that. Okay guys. Well, pretty good timing. We hit the hour just about right. I am going to send out a little survey four times.

Just pick up pick a few different times. That might work for people. The one thing that to be in or not to being mentioned is it might be hard for him to make the recordings of the meeting. So we might want to do just our on the side of maybe just just one a month or so just to get some, some fresh voices in here who don't you know, who for whom this is, you know, 5 a.m. or 3 a.m. or something.

So I'll send something out. But it will probably keep it to just one a month, if that's okay with people. And I'll probably just shoot for the last Thursday of the month. I think that makes it just kind of makes sense. So yeah, thanks for coming and I guess we'll talk to you soon and you can look for a recording of this and notes that could be in the paper.

So thanks for coming, everybody.

Thanks.

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On this as well. We've had some some fun the last couple of seasons, I think. I think the last two seasons we've printed 9000 being in, I guess 9000, 4000, 6000. So pretty to see. Humongous. Yeah. With the pod marketplace launching to it's going to be a good good week and I think well guys if it's cool with you all and you can hear me all right, I think I'll just jump into some BD updates. I saw we have to jump soon, so I'll get through this quickly. Yeah, perfect. Thanks. Thanks. Yeah, totally. So one of the things that's really exciting that Incubate has been pushing really hard and so shout out to him is the integration with Liquid is one of the things that we're working on with them is so that users can come on to be dot money, borrow USD against their ISA in one click and then deposit back into the silo or use that to sell. So that's really exciting. It kind of improves the tax functionality of of the silo too, you know, if you don't want to use your ether outright. So liquid is LAUSD integration. That's gonna be super interesting. The Taliban with their decentralized wallet. And so we kind of want to get them onboarded there. That will be launching relatively soon so that you can connect to Bienstock with your Tali wallet. And then the pod marketplace will be really important for our integration with Seattle, which is the group that will allow us to borrow money against our pods. So once the once people 11 pass passes, everybody should go vote. We'll get some data from the pod marketplace and then we can use that in our conversation with Seattle. So I'm super excited about borrowing against pods and we are hashing out some things with Creator Dao. That relationship is still up in the air, but the few options that we have on the table are still looking pretty exciting. So that's what I have on the BD side. All right. Thanks, Max. Every question from Max before he hops mascot. Max is a premature to talk a little bit about the creator Dao because it's still early stages or can you give any any updates? Yeah, I think Manyfold will be the best person to answer that I think. Let's see. Is he here? It doesn't look like he's here yet. But I think that he'll. Know more than me. I've been following along, but he's been kind of impervious to has been more so on in that relationship. One thing I'll throw out there or Yeah, I can speak to to dumping, but the last thing I'll throw out is we're still looking for a like lending protocol to work with. We have a few options that we're looking at, but if there's anything that you guys feel really strongly about, then please feel free to reach out on eBay and compound all the obvious ones. But they're super picky with who they bring on. So if you guys have connections there or if there are other lending platforms that we should be looking at them, please don't hesitate to reach out. We also have the B D channel now public, so just scroll down and join the conversation with anything. So yeah, lending is one of the areas where I'd love some help from Max. Yeah. The one thing about creator Dave that I can probably share since this is kind of a smaller group is so we had a call with them today and it was the question is I think they're really great at promoting projects like ours. I think they're really great at that. And Mr. Manafort can speak more to this, but we are thinking about, you know, they have offered us a like a big yeah, like a yearly sort of contract with a bit of a convoluted situation where we put where we sort of fund their treasury and in being and hopefully they don't sell it. And but then basically in hearing it, we didn't think that it was had a clear enough path forward and that it wasn't, you know, the number was too big. So probably what we're going to do instead is just contract them out on like a two month, like a two month kind of just straight fee for service, just them, you know, promoting being, you know, at a very certain, very certain, very kind of classy way. You know, we want them to have a, you know, have these and certain people really be overseeing exactly what goes out. But yeah, anyway, so we do have we're in talks with them and we'll be issuing a proposal for that. So that's, that's, that's created that. But it's very exciting. They showed us what some other group and some other protocols that they've worked with. And I think that the style of of promotion is kind of exactly what we want. So it's pretty exciting. So with that, I'll just kind of following the agenda here. One little note on the agenda. I've been posting these, I'm trying to post them earlier so that people have a chance to let me know if they would like to speak about anything. And then they're going to always be in the notion and I'm going to link or I put sort of a synopsis in the in the event details itself for the for the event. So you can look to that about a day beforehand and you'll know what we're going to be talking about. So, so one thing I wanted to talk about is a few people have not really been able to make meetings, particularly people in Europe, because they're these meetings are kind of late and just the way that the time zones work out and they've asked if, you know, there's any chance we could do meetings in the middle of the day or something like that. I know that a lot of people have, you know, full time jobs and might not be able to listen or or chat about meetings but have, you know, contribute to meetings like this in the day. So I was wondering if maybe a good middle zone would be like once a month. We try a different time so that we can get people like Mr. Moshi has expressed that he'd like to come to meetings sometimes, but he can't and a few other people have. So I wondered what people's thoughts were about that and if people would maybe be open to doing one every fourth meeting, maybe having it at a different time as a proposed solution for that, it sounds good to me doubly. Yeah, I think that makes sense. How about some of the ideas that people kind of keep chiming in? Does anyone have any? I guess I have a problem with that. You know, like would we then just be switching to 12 hours, maybe complaining and doing or not 12 hours, but maybe like for early, early, like Pacific and Eastern Time that we were thinking. Yeah, maybe somewhere around like noon, noon Eastern, 9 a.m. Pacific or one one Eastern, 10 p.m. Pacific, something like that. Yeah, I think that's a good idea. Okay, well, I'll shoot for three. Yeah, I've been just posting the binary chat and that, I don't know, potential solution survey. Every other week. Different types take a survey. Yeah, maybe we could, I could, I could distribute something to see because we might have more, more people than we know that we're inconveniencing by the timing of our meetings. So I could send something out. It's a little more formal. That's like a little online survey for that. But maybe based on the results of that, we could go either every other week or once a month. If it's only a few people, it just it'd be nice to get some voices that we can't get. I know we've had some people who were like in China who were like, Oh, I'd love to come to the meeting, but you know, so yeah. So we could try that. I'll send out a survey, I'll post it just in like the general tab and hopefully just fill it out if you have a chance. Okay. Excuse me. That was just a small thing. So obviously bip 11 go vote. I think that I forget who it was on Twitter, but someone was saying I'm calling it this is going to be the fastest approved BIP So let's try to make that true. Um. It's already up a couple percent since the meeting started, so that's fantastic. I think we can make it as so I want it to. Then I'm going to bring up Gww to talk about the notion reorganization in a little bit. But before that, I just wanted to say that we have we're introducing the job board, which is pretty cool. So under the notion, under Bienstock DAO overview, which I know that some of you don't have access to right now, so what I'm going to I've already spoken with Hugh and we did some notion reorganization that without getting into too much detail, you need to click this link initially and then it will. It'll always pop up. This is the public notion. And then the Beanstalk Farms databases. Everyone should have access to that already. So I'll try to put more details about this. Maybe in the barnyard chat so that I don't have to sit here and explain it to everyone. But in the barnyard chat now there's a link. I'm just dropping it right now. Everyone needs to click this link so that they have this, so that this Beanstalk DAO overview gets loaded into their notion anyway. But in a few minutes I'll have BW talk a little bit more about how we reorganized the notion. But yeah, so next sorry. I just clicked out of my meeting notes because I was gathering that that link for you guys. Let's get right back to it. So in the meetings in the Beanstalk Farm's database section, if you click meetings, which has a little like old, old style telephone, then you can scroll down and see upcoming meeting agendas. And that's where I'm posting the full agendas for these meetings. So in case you want to know what we're talking about in advance or in case you want to add to the agenda, anyone really anyone who's here should feel free to just at the end of these just add like a number 12. I want to talk about X, Y or Z and feel totally free to do that. So that's great. Then I wanted to mention that on Discord, we, Mr. Mochi has been added to some odd and he's been doing a good job, but we could probably handle to have a few more. So if you're interested in mods and I can tell you all about what the duties of a mod are, but if you're interested in being a mod, just DM me and I can. We can discuss that and see if you'd be a good fit. When you're looking at the job board, you'll see that there's a new department that's created and created a marketing department, which is really great. So that's pretty exciting to have. We do some different positions in there and I think everyone's going to be interested to see what what positions we're hiring for and we're really looking for a pretty, pretty fast growth and a lot of different things. There's in the community department, there's some metaverse positions, which is pretty, pretty hot. So, you know, take a look. And if you have any ideas of things that, you know, you think we left out or anything like that, you can always reach out to me and I can explain maybe organizationally why we made the choices that we did, and we're open for input to, okay, so that's all I have for my, my short little rant here. So Gww WWE, do you want to talk a little bit? I have a couple of things that you can talk about. I think have you for the Luna PR update and I have you for the notion of reorganization. And I think there was one more last minute thing that you want to talk about. So do you want to come up and chat about a couple things? Yeah, of course. So first, just to continue what you're saying on the notion of the yes, we I think you guys have all heard us talk about especially dumpling over the past couple weeks. And probably as for all of us to, you know, be integrating ourselves more on notion and getting onboarded with the videos and stuff like that. So when you first get onto it, you'll see, like anyone who's going to be joining in for the first time, we really want you to go through those videos that you put together to make sure that you're understanding kind of like how to create the templates and how we're going to manage it. It's still we're still kind of perfecting and cleaning it, but the dumplings point on the job board when you jump on now you'll see like there was that we're accepting applications for versus those that were still spelling out the roles for in general. And then per usual just you know, follow up if you have any questions as we go through those. But then high level what you'll be seen within each of the departments now going forward is design, engineering, marketing, BD, community and ops along have been through which has it's also a separate page. You'll see a lot more of like the navigation that is going to be run by the departmental lead. So as you're onboarded and this is a lot of these is credit and dumping, last night we had this late night call of trying to figure out how best to streamline the flow of like the moment you get on, we want to kind of give you exposure to whatever you need, but really get you going as fast as possible. And so the reorg of it now should be a lot smoother for when you first storing. But of course as you start to get up to speed, reach out to us and let us know if you have any comments or critiques. But the main thing, you know, when you jump in and you get on board and you see under the Beanstalk firms database, you'll see the about notion. And then in that you'll see the notion, the notion training video. So definitely jump in and take a look at those and you guys have a second. So I think everyone's mentioned this before as voice is a little therapeutic, I guess. So dumplings recommendation I think is to go at like a 1.25 or something like that in order to kind of push through the content. But otherwise, if you want to, you know, just be mellow and relax, check out those videos. I mean, that's kind of it will continue to give notion updates on a weekly basis. And then again, as everyone's kind of been alluding to as compelling and pervasive and alluded to, we're going to try to shift direction over there more so and drive a lot more from notion when it comes to being stuck farms, organizational updates and stuff like that. So two quick things I'd add to that. We're going to be having a project manager meeting this week, so we're still deciding on a time, but that's going to be where we come up with a lot of like best practices for how to, you know, how to manage projects. And anyone who's not a project manager is free to sit in on that because we're going to kind of come up with with a lot of, you know, with a lot of processes and that kind of thing. So it's going to be kind of a technical notion type of meeting. So feel free to join in on that. Another thing Gww is the other thing I wanted you to talk about was the poker tournament. And I just remembered, I think, an update on Luna real quick and did you can jump in on this one too. I just. Have the perfect. Next. Hi everyone. So open. Sure. So we the on the marketing side of things over the last few weeks, you know, myself. And a few others, namely Gww and Yahoo! Hype is involved as well. We've been reaching. Out to a myriad of different PR firms and agencies, trying to get a. Feel for who could be. Helpful with marketing the project and really getting the name out there. Obviously, the community has done a great job. Of doing this at a grassroots level, and of course we're doing things like the spaces. Every week, but it really is time to make a big major push. We are in. Pretty advanced discussions. With. A firm called Luna PR. I don't know if folks here. Have. Heard of them or maybe even worked with them in the past. But they seem to have a pretty long. List of projects. That they've worked with, including some stablecoins. They're based in Dubai. So we have been talking to them and we're in the process. Of having a proposal. That. We can then put forth in front of the Dow. We're just in the middle of hammering it out and having something specific. That we can talk through, but overall I feel. Pretty good about it. Gww has also been with me on all. Of these calls and we we feel good about where things are going and we're hoping to. Get somewhere where we can a obviously have us and them. Agree to the working. Relationship and that ultimately bring this to the Dow and get it. Approved so we can start telling the world about these beings. Gww I don't know if you want to add anything or clarify anything. I mean, we mentioned this last week during the call that we were expanding the conversations with them. And then just so the community knows what we've been talking about, it's kind of a handful of areas that we can get their help on, both PR and media coverage, potentially some social media and blog support forum like debating how we could get them to help with more management, stuff like that. And then influencer reviews. Another big piece would be having them help out with getting interviews together, amaze podcasts, maybe even helping us on the campaign side. Obviously, as we progress with an agency, whoever we go with, it's going to any voice that goes out is going to have to be cleaned and kind of approved, you know, by police or the tone of voice that we kind of solidify. So nothing would be pushed publicly. But in general, just to finish his point, it would be to help us kind of much more broadly start to expose Beanstalk to the market both on the defi and non Defi side. The way I continue to think of it in my mind is this is much more for leans, probably more towards the retail side of getting support. Whereas like I think a lot of the work that Maxo and Mr. Manafort do is kind of more on the institutional or integration side, but it could also lead to the latter. So for example, you know, they have connections that like Coindesk and a bunch of other editors and so as they would work on publications and plug in, obviously the success of it would be largely contingent on of the of the marketing agents who would be contingent on the the of the channels that are producing the pieces that we work with them on. So we've been kind of trying to set expectations while also going through finals, like what the final deliverables will be with them. Next steps would be to, as we said, we're reviewing the contract start to actually set up some realistic deliverables or KPIs that we want from them as opposed to them just kind of running wild with us, making sure that we're actually holding them accountable to what they say they're going to do for us. We're talking through how they can receive payment. We're trying to keep everything obviously on being in or and or potentially selling in the field. So there's just a few other things that we're working through on the logistics side. But to to to this point, actually, the last call that we have with him is probably the most encouraging. I think the person that would be managing the account has a very good feel of not just crypto and defi, but surprisingly of the stablecoin market and I think pretty well understands collateralized or non collateralized kind of the of all the agencies that I've worked with in the past, not in Defi and crypto, but outside of this agencies that I brought on, I was actually probably most impressed by her awareness of what we're doing compared to anyone else in the space. I mean, she's just very on the ball, which is great, and they're actually representing another Stablecoin or in Europe right now. And so we've talked a little bit about that. But in general, just to finish this point, again, this is just be a massive addition for us in terms of building out awareness, more thinking, kind of like funnel metrics of getting someone just to be aware of the brand all the way working their way down to, you know, converting or investing like in a silo in the field. So a lot of late night calls because we do by timeline, but frankly, it's been very worth it. We're excited to advance this in the next stage it's in right now. That awesome. And then I'm focusing on the tournament. The poker tournaments. So there was a bunch of stuff on here actually two days ago or three days ago, give a handful of things that we need to be following up on. So in terms of the platform, so for those that don't know the poker tournament, just to zoom out is the idea of trying to integrate a handful of other protocols into just an online tournament that we would run late February or early March and get the buy in to be in beans and then try to do some general kind of marketing around it, get them to market it and you know, not to put additional on the spot, potentially have him like live stream via twitch, like moderate and stuff like that. So just high level to get everyone up to see where we are with it. First we had established the platform that we're going to run it on. We were leaning towards PokerStars, we're looking at another one jumping. I don't know if you have an update on that. I know that you were looking into one. I think that may an issue was mentioning. Yeah faded speed so I have now contacted them and I haven't heard back yet which is the one you know they have like a Farmville online. That's the one concern that I have. But and they did say that it was really slick and good. And he, you know, for when he used it for a charity thing. So we're still back and forth. PokerStars will work perfectly fine, but this one would be better if we can get a hold of them. If Yeah. So jumping in actually ran. We set up a tournament last weekend and ran a little game and it went really smoothly. So in general, obviously the goal for this not to just bring awareness to be in stock, but to make sure that happens in a really frictionless environment. So obviously we were testing stuff out. So there's a couple of other deadlines that we need to hit for the platform. I think we missed those a little bit, but we can push those back. We're also setting up a discord for it where we can kind of where we'll have live conversation just in advance of it to help build, build hype. But then also while it's happening, there's been a lot of ideas of a couple of bots that we could throw into it, so we might want to pull in someone from the on the dev team if we can, but we obviously don't want it to be too time consuming. So there's a couple of set up there and Chebet and myself are sending that up and then there's marketing promotion in general. So obviously we want to be providing content in advance of this. Ideally, definitely. I know you mentioned, I think the last weekend of February and I think I was thinking the first weekend of March, but we're solidifying the final day and then we want to get everything up and running and tested before that so that we can start getting content out and start promoting it. Big shout out to my dad. We he was able to drumming up some ideas for like what a banner might look like for it. And you guys can all see that if you jump into the poker tournament channel or we can just drop I'll just drop in the barnyard chat. But he was able to get some really quick last minute graphic design support, which is awesome. So we created one version, did some slight tweaks and created a second version, and then we need to actually submit the BSP for this. So jumping I don't I think it you in Israel and farmer Dan had made good progress on that is it pretty close to being ready for something? Yeah, it's about ready for submission. I can. I can submit it even late this evening. Okay, great. And so everyone read through that. But it's a way for us to make sure that we're able to kind of provide the part recommended or the rewards that we're giving to suggest what we're actually promoting the event. And you'll see more details on the VSP and then yeah, then there's going to be fee collection and sign up. So we haven't fully solidified that how we're actually going to be collecting their views. We've got a couple of ideas and then there's some further thoughts around the partnership outreach just in terms of other orgs that we can get in being intern and dumpling have been running the last part. So a lot of details for you guys. You'll see a lot of that if you just if you see in the poker tournament itself. But you can read more details in the BSP when it comes out. And then I'll be putting together a card on this, a notion that we can reference there as well. Okay, great to be back. I think you did make it right. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm here. And I love that you have done the how to say your name in parentheses. I love that. Yeah. No, I realize that pretty much everyone I talk to is pronouncing it the wrong way. So with TV around, wanted to make a distinction. Yeah. Also also good can you. So, you know, we just we're about to submit your snapshot pretty excited to bring you on board and analytics capacity and I just wanted your build holding a can tell us about the June analytics session you'll be holding on Sunday. Yeah, sure. So I'm going to be holding a stock focused student analytics tutorial. And we're going to cover kind of like a range. Of topics. So first and. Foremost, we're going to go over June. Basics like what kind of data exists on June and how can you leverage it. I'm also going. To go over some like June. Workflow tips. So how do you go about solving problems on doing analytics? What are some external tools that you might use to help yourself solve problems and just kind of some general purpose techniques? I use one attacking a problem, and I'm also going to kind of. Make that all concrete by going through. An example. Of building. A stock related visualization from scratch. So it should be interesting if you're looking to get into analytics. Either casually. Or are interested in contributing to the dashboard creation effort in some capacity. So hope to see some me there all next to and that's 9 p.m. Easter Sunday, right? Okay. And that is in the calendar and the Time Summit at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday. Right. Okay. Sorry. I feel like a Casper commercial now. All right. So next these beans, could you give us an update on design department stuff? Absolutely. Hey, everyone is here. So I got to design apartments. Just been hustling out, working, trying to get everything organized and been onboarding a lot of good talent. We find the UX UI lead. We're looking at pretty much how we're going to revamp the entire website experience. So that's going be really exciting. We know that that's been a major thing. Also, we're getting some big progress on this, the overall visual identity style guide as well as the logo revamp. So be on the lookout for an update soon towards the end of the week now than that. Yeah. Just trying to catch up with any quick graphics for what we're needing as far as like the marketing or the bits or anything like that. But yeah, it's just staying busy and please check out the job board. We need help and self love for our people on the team. And there was yeah, there was a nice new thing that came out for it was that for Bip 11 I wasn't. Oh yeah. Yeah. We'll try to start doing like integrating some more like graphics there available for just all different types of documents. But hopefully as we get the new, new style, we can integrate that as well. Yeah. Okay, great. And yeah, look for there's going to be a couple of new proposals. There are a few up. There's 125 is to cover deployment costs for four bips and also gas costs for things like payroll and payments and that sort of thing. So we've just been kind of scraping them together in the past for for this or, you know, it's but we just want to have enough money that we don't really have to worry about waiting for particularly low gas in order to deploy something. Right. So take a look at that. And then there's also a couple other ones to be in there, not to Beans Snapshot and TBS snapshot. So if you just take a look at those and there's a few more on the horizon. Okay, next, do we have Silo Chad? Yes, thank you. I do want to come up for a few minutes. Sure. Everybody. So a quick update on Brett with the front end. So the last couple of weeks we've been working on the pod marketplace. So as soon as that bit passes, we will ship things to the front end. Everything's pretty much ready to go. A bunch of you have spent some time testing, so thank you to everybody who did that and really appreciate all the help. Some other changes that will also roll out with the marketplace. We've updated the the winter theme to be a little bit a little bit brighter and more approaching of of spring. And then we've also cleaned up some other parts of the of the UI. Most notably, we've added pop ups every time you create a transaction. So hopefully this will help sort of explain the different transactions that you're executing. And then also in those little pop ups, you'll have a link to either scan to be able to track when the transaction is posted. So those will roll out along with the marketplace. Up next for the for the front end team, a lot of different things. So first, hopefully by this weekend, we're going to have the landing page ready to ship. So for those of you who aren't familiar, we're basically going to move the current buyers money website to app, start buying up money, and then set up a landing page akin to many other crypto protocols to help give us some some real estate to explain what being stock is and just generally talk about how to use the website. So that'll go out basically ASAP as soon as the pod market is shipped. Following that will also be deploying some stuff related to the curve pool. Most notably, we're going to rope the curve pools, liquidity and price into the current being price that's reported on the website. Right now it's only based off of Uniswap, so definitely want to get that incorporated considering that there's actually a lot of liquidity in the crypto and that we'll also be working on getting that into the silo so that you can actually silo straight into the curve for from the website. So that's upcoming. The last sort of big thing on the horizon for myself as well as a couple of others is the Beanstalk SDK. So working on this with iOS, Wallet and Funderburk are basically what we're going to produce is sort of an all encompassing JavaScript library for interacting with the Beanstalk contract and doing all of the things that being money currently does. And so this will become the backbone of what the money uses to interact with with Beanstalk and then also be available to all of you and to anybody else in the community who wants to use this as an open source tool to develop your own Beanstalk integrations. And so that is probably in the works. If all in front of are have been doing a killer job of getting things spec out there and I'll be hopping in to kind of help integrate that into the front end and hoping to roll that out in the next couple of weeks as we start sort of pointing the front end towards being open source. So as a reminder, the the macro goal for the front end team for the next couple, couple of months is to make the front end open sourced so that anybody can contribute happy to answer specifics on any of those, but that's kind of the summary, right? That's that was great. Any questions for our chat there? Well, leading into that, if you do now, feel free to ask questions of anyone. Right now, this is kind of open, a little bit of open time where people feel free to discuss basically anything, anything you feel is relevant or any questions you have for any other member who's here, who you're having a tough time getting a hold of as you're thinking of anything, I might just take this moment to introduce Kwabena. Hey, what's going on? Hey. Yeah, so, um, I was introduced by these beans. I'm helping out with the graphic design and development of the brand identity. We have worked together before. We've made some really great stuff, and we love working together and, um, we just do a good job together. I don't know. So it's like he said, wait for some updates. I think there's, there's going to be some awesome updates pretty soon that you guys will really love. Okay, great. We'll look forward to that and let us know if you need any as far you know, if you need permissions to get into anything or, you know, if anything is if you don't know where to find something, anything like that, you can reach out to me, obviously can reach out to these and you should feel free to DM anyone in here for anything and. The awesome thing farm thanks Matt. Hey dumpling I'll I'll go real quick. There's a if there's an open spot. Yeah, go ahead. All right. So hey folks dumpling, I guess I don't know how we got into the conversation, but at some point we were talking over the last week or so just about different things for the community and kind of next evolution for some of the parent. Just ways we're engaging with people and talking about the continuation of the Guess the Beans contest. The dumpling started here over the last couple of months and just some other ideas that were kind of kicking around and dumping as if I would put some ideas together. And just to go a real quick, I've got a couple ideas that I'm fleshing out a little bit. One is a continuation of the yes, the beans contest and specifically trying to kind of point this outward at a Twitter audience. And I know that's been where it's been headed in the past, but really getting focused on using that as a way to just just get on the Twitter community and get get more folks engaged in other things that I'm kicking around. And we just missed it this time. But thinking about like, I guess the PEG contest where like every 2500 peg crosses, you know, at some point before that, we, we have a like a quick contest where folks in the discord can guess, like the day and time when we'll hit a particular peg cross. So the next one might be like 5000 crosses. You know, just have folks start putting like day in times into a specific chair and whoever's closest would, you know, get maybe pods or a being NFT or swag or something. And then the third one that I'm kicking around and put some research into is just what I'm calling like beans in the wild. And just kind of another fun opportunity to just get a little bit easier publicity for the protocol. And what went through my mind for this was like even like a simple Twitter photo contest where it's kind of an open ended idea, where people just kind of send us bean related pictures and get a small group of folks together, decide on what we like best, what's most creative, what's most clever. And the interesting thing about this and what I'm thinking about is, you know, maybe this instead of a prize that goes the winner in this case making a donation to a particular like we've talked a lot about that like farmers and being farmers and just doing a little bit of research. There are a couple of really good nonprofits that specifically focus on things like coffee bean farmers. The one that I've been reading about a little bit recently is the Coffee Trust, which helps Central American coffee farmers and their families. And like, you know, maybe for a contest like that, we make a small donation in the name of the winner to that nonprofit. And so, you know, it's just another way that we can do a lot of public good, get some easy publicity, you know, just get the name out in a positive way and then keep keep introducing people with the protocol. So so those are the things I'm kicking around. I will probably put something a little bit more formal together here over the next week or so and put it in, probably put it into dumpling hands and whoever else is interested, and we'll see if it turns into maybe a snapshot or or whatever we want to do to go from there. Our ex That sounds awesome. I think those are really cool ideas. Yeah, let's, yeah, let's keep, let's keep working on this. Anyone have any thoughts on that? I'm into anything like that, but I want to make sure other people are supportive too. But I think that sounds great. Hey, everyone came by here. I might have some contacts with some soybean farmers and if they know any, like, nonprofit organizations that could kind of raise some money for stuff, I can. I can look into that for you guys. Yeah, that'll be great. So, like, I don't have any particular direction I'm looking in in that regard. And the other thing that goes through my mind, what I was thinking earlier was if we have a list, it could be a thing where we could rotate because we did this thing like twice a year, we could rotate through a list or if if we had a winner, we could give them the option. We could say, Hey, here's a list of groups that we trust, that we know that if we make a donation, it's not just going to be wasted. Which one would you like us to donate to? And so yeah, if we had a list of options, I think that's even better that makes it seem more like you one. If it's like, Oh, I get to choose these farmers or these farmers or whoever. Right? I completely agree. That's great. I really like that. Yeah, I just anecdotally from like from when I'm doing this, we got a lot of engagement on those gets the beans like, you know, it depends how you did it. If you force people to discord, you get quite a bit less. If you allow just a retweet and a like basically to do it. I mean, it was yeah, it was. It was a lot of like it was I think some of those got like 10,000 got seen like 10,000 times the got them, which is pretty cool for people to see that. So anyway, I like the idea of expanding that and it is pretty low budget if you use that word beans, it's pretty good. It doesn't cost it yet. So yeah, but I was going to say that's exactly what I was thinking for the first and the last one, having them Twitter based and really keeping them on Twitter because of keeping that what's called a low barrier to entry and and yet just getting people more familiar with the protocol and just kind of saying, hey, yeah, like retweet and go and just make it that easy. Keep getting the name out, keep getting positive information out. But yeah, not not making it too hard to get involved so anyone can comment on that or bring up their own topic to oh, we have Mr. Manifold. Mr. Manifold, I had you down for a, uh, an update on Bean Sprout. If you wanted to come up for a few minutes and give that. Yeah, sorry about that dumpling problem. So I'll get started with for a first off, sorry for the error in the token drop. I know we had some wallets missing, so we kind of decided it would be best to scrap the airdrop and redo it, which I think is going to be healthier in the long run. APHA is going to change its model around a bit at launch, rather than do bonds to kind of ramp up its treasury. We're going get started on vaults sooner than later, which I think is positive for bean demand. Hopefully within the next, I would say three weeks we can get a bean vault going to start being around the peg more more on that to come. But Andrew's kind of being thoughtful around it and kind of rethinking the bond strategy, especially with the market kind of becoming more and more unfavorable, I would say. And the sentiment shifting away from bonds a bit, which I also think is healthier. So it might be like a curve emissions model where after a cut of the Mets, if you lock up liquidity in vaults for life or to produce cash flows around its various ARB strategies. So that's kind of on AFRA. I'm not sure if we spoke about Crater Dao, but we had a call with Creator Dao. So that's something from a marketing angle we're looking at and kind of in discussions for themes of poker. LONSWAY Layer Layer three bounties are going well and we're still kind of in a holding pattern in terms of that being FRAX all people, we're kind of waiting on Sam to get back to us, but hopefully does in the next few days. But those are some of the updates. If there's any questions, please, please let me know. So either any questions from Mr. Manifold or this is open time with people. Have any anything I've set in mind they want to bring up? It's not I have a thing or two, but I can I can certainly save it. I don't mean to dominate the conversation. So my item would be is there. I think things are going very well. We're holding a really tight peg. We I just feel like there's a lot of good energy in the air. I think there's a lot of really exciting stuff. I feel like every day there's more, more and more exciting stuff that we're working on and it's just kind of go, go, go, which is awesome. I feel like the minute we start, we start advertising either with Creator Dao or with Luna that we might just be in for a huge, crazy, you know, set of growth, which is really good. But there could be, you know, I'm just sort of thinking about what can we do right now to prepare for that that that's coming in like potentially like a couple of weeks. The one thing that comes to my mind is hiring a community manager because I think that people could just be flooding into the discord. It could get a little crazy. But I'm sure other people have some thoughts of other things that we can do to prepare in the meantime. And I just kind of want to see if we can get a few of those now done. I totally agree with you here. I think hiring someone specific to manage the discord will be huge. I know we've already spent some time overhauling discord, but just in general, going back to the drawing board here and thinking through what is the the user experience of someone who joined for the first time, I think would be huge. So figuring out what channels they pop into immediately, what content is there, what content we need to push forward. The second piece I'd add here is I actually think that the landing page and directing people to the white paper and other bean related content would be really meaningful here. We've already seen, even today I saw some activity on Twitter where I think somebody read Austin's post and somebody read Merchant's Post and that was what drove them here to Discord. And so I think excuse me both both promoting those posts as well as other new pieces of content that the marketing team develops would be huge. So this is basically a rally cry for anybody who wants to write. And then also I would love to spend some. More time thinking with some of you about how. To use the new landing page as a place to push our content. So if you have thoughts on this, please speak up or reach out to me. So, Chad, I was going to say I agree with you. I think like I sort of like a start here page, which I think there's been a bit of updating recently. And I think it's good, but I think like there's more we could do there. I think if you're new, it's a lot of information and yeah, like promoting some community posts like Austin's Post. So we could get like a little group to think about. Yeah, like, how do people enter this. I'm down to tend to help with that. The one thing that jumps to my mind so Chad is with the landing page having a blog associated with it seems like a place that we could really tie together a lot of this information and also could really help with SEO. So that would be one thing that we could do the sort of the new website, who would be so if we did it, got this blogger out, who would be responsible for. Pushing content to. That blog? I think we'll need to we need to establish that. And it probably can't be just one person because it takes you know, it takes a while to write, then to go through the, you know, make sure it's relevant, want people to look at it. We want a few people to look at it. So yeah, for sure, I guess. Yeah, that sounds good. Just thinking about triaging, actually rolling this out. If there's anybody who would be like want to jump in and help with that and help get the ball rolling, that'd be they'd be huge. I'm like looking to start rolling out the landing page immediately. And so if we can collab and figure out what the best format is for for pushing the blog, that would be great. Maybe Bean Merchant. You and I can circle up and we can figure out a good a good plan to before it here. I think Ariel as well, he's our lead competitor. So awesome. Yeah he said that yet but yeah, he's certainly. Yeah. And then in addition to the blog, which is probably more structured or technical, I'm guessing we talked a lot about like the onboarding, like the curriculum onboarding. So probably like the, like the elementary version because I'm guessing the blog probably going to be a little thicker. So and this would also really help from an essay perspective, if we have language that geared a little bit more towards the device side, which then ties into like the education piece in general that we've been talking about, like myself, etc., ideas we've all been talking about. So having that on their landing page as well. Yeah, for sure. A while back there was a get book project that was moving. Looking forward, are we still working on that? So that starts to get book project. So yeah, the book is an incredibly important and if anything, we kind of want to migrate like a big get book to be the main source of truth for interacting with Beanstalk across the board. And that will include the White Paper. But if we're going to do that, we want to make sure that the get book is up to the quality of the white paper, if that makes sense. And so there was an initial push to try to get that done in early January, but we kind of had to put the brakes on it because of lack of bandwidth. But hopefully that will be one of the projects for for February that we can start to tackle. But it's going to be a pretty big project. So, you know, there's a balance between like it's important to get a good book up with, you know, the time constraints. So no real update there at the moment. But yeah, just helpful to know that. That's like still pending because we can when we think about what to include on the landing page, I imagine, you know, right now would be the white paper and perhaps the blog. But I'd also love to when it's ready, push forward to get book as a as a source of truth like you mentioned. Yeah, I think that makes a lot of sense. To the company. I mean, just because this is, I think a scalability from my experience, it's just still something I don't know. But like even if Dave could just quickly confirm, but we're obviously we're finding that growth like rapidly happened. Like we don't have any issues from a scalability perspective. And the downside from the engineering side. Growth is good. Perfect, perfect. And from the website too, like if we get 10 million people to the website, you know, on a Wednesday at 2:00, is that. Well, within reason. You know, within reason, yeah. The one thing I'll note here, though, is that obviously, as we as we grow, we I'm sure we're going to encounter a lot more that we need to roll out bug fixes to make. So the more hands on deck we can get on the engineering front, the better. So definitely as always, like if you encounter engineers who want to work on Bienstock, please push them my way and I'd be happy to get people on board. I think the job board will really help with that. So if you want to look over that, which I if you wanna look over the job board and then like we can make some extra posts. Yeah. Depending on what you need. Yeah. And then we can as well so we can push. That's okay. Yeah. Yeah. I'll be on you to get it but yeah we can. Yeah that's a good point. Easier to hire people when you have a little bit of bandwidth than when you have, you know, when you're drowning. Definitely. And then I guess just on that note, which I think you've said before, and so maybe this is more a classroom conversation, but if something were to happen like kind of. Quickly with with the usb-c, with. Regulation or something like that, I think a long time ago we talked about the pricing article, potentially the endpoint is somewhere else, and that's not a concern either. Not at the moment. I mean, for like for something to happen to Usb-C would be we're talking about like exigent circumstances, which are I mean, there's no reason to think that that anywhere in, you know, in the near future. And, you know, one of the things that will shortly after the silo is generalized to include LP tokens for the big three curve. Or we're also going to work to generalize the Oracle to incorporate the Big Three purpose as well, such that, you know, we'll be able to diversify where the price discovery for a business and in the instance or something happened to us. DC for example, you know, that doesn't really help us with the beam three curve for has three curve contained to us. DC Per se. So you know, the hope is to continue to diversify the stablecoin exposure to beam and therefore we can come up with like a general aggregate price for an entry in dollar. Awesome, awesome. Thank you know obviously better at night. Thanks, though. As we get to the hour, I wanted to give Publius a chance to speak for a little bit. I don't know if the best time is now or if someone else has maybe one more topic and then that up to you guys. Could I ask something real quick? Yeah. Yeah, I saw somebody posted in The Discord somewhere that like a bunch of defi not like influencers, but people with like hi reach. We're actually following Bienstock Farms Twitter account and somebody suggested to like basically reach out and see maybe they're interested in doing like an AMA with publishers or something like that. I was wondering if anybody like had ideas about that or if that's possible. Yeah, I love that Canadian benefit. Is there a chance you could add that separate section in your spreadsheet with the Twitter influencers to add that list? I think that was hype. Was that hype not sure. Good was actually can't find it like in the discord so it's somewhere in the discord but I'm not sure where. No, it wasn't me. But I also separately had mentioned that it would be good to to do that as well. Okay. I think it was TB posted about this. Yeah. I believe it. TB yeah I believe it was TB and I can add that to the spreadsheet for sure. Yeah, that'd be great. I think that that's a clever way of addressing it. And on that, on that note, I think that's a now that we have I know your podcasts are coming along too Canadian. Bennett You have a good list of podcast to reach out to. So we just that's an area that we just need to probably just get a project manager on and get that project rolling where, you know, reach out in a standardized way to, you know, come up exactly how we want to reach out to people. And then, you know, just kind of go down that list, separate that list into, you know, five different people that are going to do the outreach and then just come up, you know, have them do it over the course of a week. That'd be really amazing, especially if they got reached out to and then later they saw more stuff. Sometimes you need to see it a couple of times. So they got reached out to and then they see something, maybe some of this content that's going to be circulating from Luna or from Creator Dao or something. Yeah. Anyway, just a thought if you could add that, that'd be great Canadian about it. Yeah, for sure. Do you want that like a separate like com. Just say like follow B and stock question mark and then like a checklist or something or do you want it like a totally different list? So there's like, sorry, it's in Twitter outreach campaign. I just found the channel. So you can maybe just look at that. Okay. Beef projects. Yeah. All right, great. And being profit. I see that you you which you mentioned in the barnyard chat, something about the audits but see the previous responded to it. Do you want to elaborate on that or do that? Were you happy with that response? Yeah, totally. No, I just wanted to just given the background of all these hacks happening, obviously, like just, oh, it's better to have an audit, in my opinion, before you do like major, major PR, you know, hiring like a PR firm and everything. But it seems like it's fine. Well well, privileges. Do you want to you want to say a few things before the end of the meeting? Sure. So maybe just briefly, you know, I would use this opportunity to just make a call. And I know a lot of you here actually just looking at the crew, most of you are already actively working on something in the Dow, which is great. Um, so maybe the call, it would be like any friends that you have that are a plus, you know, that you think should also be or not even friends but you know, associates or people that you know that you think would help build our community, create content on the development side. On the marketing side, you know, we're growing fast here. So we need to attract high quality people. And the best way to do that is through our already existing high quality community. So maybe without talking too specifically, because there's just a bajillion things going on which is great to us. The main thing is we need to continue to recruit really high quality talent. I think having the job board will be nice for that because people may think, you know, it may spark ideas. Just seeing the positions and they may know people who are good for it. So, um, if that's the case and you see a position and you think that someone would be good for it, feel free to DM me and that person or put me in touch. You know, I can make my an email address, you know, available to you if you want to set up an email thing or. Yeah, but we are, we're really looking to add good people. So echo that. Okay guys. Well, pretty good timing. We hit the hour just about right. I am going to send out a little survey four times. Just pick up pick a few different times. That might work for people. The one thing that to be in or not to being mentioned is it might be hard for him to make the recordings of the meeting. So we might want to do just our on the side of maybe just just one a month or so just to get some, some fresh voices in here who don't you know, who for whom this is, you know, 5 a.m. or 3 a.m. or something. So I'll send something out. But it will probably keep it to just one a month, if that's okay with people. And I'll probably just shoot for the last Thursday of the month. I think that makes it just kind of makes sense. So yeah, thanks for coming and I guess we'll talk to you soon and you can look for a recording of this and notes that could be in the paper. So thanks for coming, everybody. Thanks.