Matsumura: One of the big concerns people have about coins and cryptographic tokens is that they don’t actually confer legal rights in most cases. So that’s pretty interesting and potentially concerning for people who hold them. Silverstein: So kind of like the bitcoin— the value of the bitcoin is what keeps the bitcoin blockchain going right ? Matsumura : Correct. Silverstein: So the ICO coins associated with those, new ICOs are spurring new companies.And if that company continues to grow then maybe that coin will increase in value. Matsumura: That’ s correct.There’ s really two classes of ICO tokens.One of them is asset backed securities.So asset backed is literally what it means, which is there’ s real estate back there.So it represents the physical or virtual goods of that token. The other class is a utility token. And that’s basically used to buy goods and services in some kind of microeconomy. Matsumura : Well we’ re seeing about 30 new ICOs launching per day.Year to date we’ ve seen about 3 billion go into the ICO market.So we’ re seeing companies raise as much as 200 million USD per ICO.And what’ s interesting they’ re raising it in bitcoin and ether.The value of which also continues to rise. Matsumura: The most common platform is actually the ethereum blockchain.So ether purchasing for the purpose of transferring into ICO is definitely an economic driver for that.But I would say there are actually much larger geopolitical fundamentals with the respect to the price for bitcoin itself.And we are seeing a large movement— with respect— to the fiat currency to bitcoin interface, to crypto interface.