...have all that infrastructure. What happens when you need privacy, data protection, identity? What happens when you need an AI component? What happens when you need decentralized network components? What happens when you want to get rid of and fear Alchemy and you want to have a decentralized host? So, basically, something like a dAlchemy where you're running. Basically, instead of with a normal web host, you running completely in a web3 context, that infrastructure is no longer there.
...thinking about consuming a collection of different services, you talk about these services basically as containers that live in a super node. Those services effectively allow you to build out decentralized infrastructure for your dapps. So, over time, more and more things enter the web3 world.
...of the problem in crypto comments, what do you want me to answer that question with, Johnny Blae? Honestly, why ask it? Please do an X space with Vivek. Actually, his team did reach out to me. I would love to do that. It would be really fun, and I would love to ask him about the whole cryptocurrency industry and what he thinks about DeFi and web3. I'd also love to ask about NFTs...
..it with principles because if it's asset-backed, it will eventually be regulated in the traditional financial world, be a bank, and rightfully so because they have bank risk in that structure. But the issue then is it's not crypto, it can't be crypto. Whereas if it's in the DeFi world and strictly web3, it is crypto, but you have to work on the protocols. So, deppeging happens.
The rest of the system, and then people, can utilize their solidity in their Web3, or whatever they come up with. If that's what they want to do, we have support for that too. At least on our system, it runs faster, cheaper and safer. It also boasts a much more coherent model, and it includes an app store, which provides an easy and good user experience. So, that's our strategy there.
But in both cases, we have those grounds covered. So, the answer is. It'll be quite easy. It will support Web3. It’ll support solidity. Just take your application, you take the tools you're used to using like Remix and so on. Compile, run it on our system. When can you do that? Today. We already have two testnets at K-EVM and Yella testnet. We have a command line interface with Mallet. You can download those testnets. You can take your app running on our system.
And there's already starting to emerge a whole development experience with this whole notion of Web3, where you can take that notion of a decentralized infrastructure and connect it to your web application and what's really important to me is to avoid vendor lock in what I don't want to happen is to say that once you've committed and you've deployed on a particular piece of infrastructure, whether that be Ethereum or Cardano or EOS, whatever that might be, that you're locked in and you're trapped there.