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TechCrunch+ roundup: YC demo days, pitching warm up drills, Kentucky’s Bitcoin miners

Clearly, demo days are a showcase for tech media, but how much value does this performative Silicon Valley tradition create for founders and investors?

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The sidewalks along University Avenue in Palo Alto used to be a great place to do business.

For decades, there were several blocks where angels and VC partners camped out at café tables, taking pitches between lattes. The pandemic put a stop to that, however.

These days, when you have an opportunity to sell an investor on your idea, it will likely be via a video call, not over a croissant or a shawarma.

Considering how many calls investors take on a daily basis, “this new pitching model presents a new problem for founders,” says Flint Capital partner Andrew Gershfeld, whose firm reviews approximately “1,500 online pitches per year.”


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To cut through the noise, he recommends that founders create a “teaser trailer” to share with their network before they begin approaching angels and VCs. Not a complete deck, but an embellished elevator pitch meant to whet investors’ appetites before you serve them the full meal.

Says Gershfeld, “since we’re not getting the same in-person meeting opportunities, this is how founders can hook investors’ attention.”

His post identifies the essential elements of a teaser trailer and includes a template for how to structure the presentation “for the best impact.” It’s remarkably detailed.

I empathize with Palo Alto café owners, but remote pitching is a skill every founder needs, and it’s an effective way to level the playing field when it comes to fundraising. Start here.

Have a great weekend,

Walter Thompson
Senior Editor, TechCrunch+
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April 5 Twitter Space: “How to Pitch Me” with Arvind Gupta

On Tuesday, April 5 at 2:30 p.m. PT, I’m hosting a Twitter Space with Arvin Gupta, a partner at Mayfield Fund.

We’ll discuss general pitching strategies and talk about what he’s looking for at the moment before we take questions from the audience, so please click here to set a reminder so you can join the conversation.

5 things first-time founders must remember when working with VCs

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Nothing beats experience like experience, which is why we were happy to run this article written by Zach DeWitt, winner of the 2013 TechCrunch Meetup and Pitch-off.

DeWitt, who became a VC after selling Drop, Inc. to Snapchat in 2016, shares five essential lessons for first-time founders wandering in the wilderness in search of an investor who’ll be “a true partner.”

There’s an inherent power imbalance when asking a stranger for money, but “VCs should work to earn your trust,” writes DeWitt.

“In many ways, it’s like finding the right spouse.”

Why Nigeria leads the way in YC’s participation in Africa

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With 18 of the 24 African startups in Y Combinator’s Winter 2022 batch hailing from Nigeria, the country is showing the depth and breadth of its technical talent.

In a well-researched report, Tage Kene-Okafor examines how factors such as YC going remote, increased investor interest, and relationships with previous Nigerian YC graduates helped this bustling ecosystem direct more companies into the accelerator than many other tech markets this year.

Bitcoin miners are dusting off Kentucky coal towns, spurred by state crypto tax incentives

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To extract fuel buried hundreds of feet below, the coal industry reshaped Kentucky’s landscape, flattening entire mountaintops and using the waste material to fill in creeks and valleys.

But now that demand for coal is dropping as utilities shift to cleaner energy sources, the state is using incentives to attract Bitcoin miners, reports Jacquelyn Melinek.

In 2022, Kentucky represents “18.7% of the United States’ total Bitcoin hashrate,” she writes.

Today, Bitcoin miners are setting up shop in abandoned factories, warehouses and sure, former coal mines around Kentucky to use coal-generated power to run their rigs.

“Bitcoin miners are buyers of last resort for energy,” said Nick Hansen, CEO of Bitcoin hashrate management platform Luxor.

“They’ll buy any energy up to a certain price and they can do it anywhere the internet is available.”

Our favorite startups from YC’s Winter 2022 Demo Day, part 1

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Y Combinator’s Winter 2022 Demo Day this year featured 414 startups from 42 countries across over 80 sectors.

That’s a lot of companies to consider, but in keeping with TechCrunch tradition, Alex Wilhelm, Natasha Mascarenhas, Devin Coldewey, Christine Hall and Mary Ann Azevedo list their favorite startups from day one.

Our favorite startups from YC’s Winter 2022 Demo Day, part 2

YC Demo Day favorites

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Day two of Y Combinator’s W22 uncovered a few trends: many startups are building for the Southeast Asian market, fintech is still a winner, Nigerian startups are hitting it out of the park, and India was again well-represented.

To wrap up our coverage, Christine Hall, Alex Wilhelm, Devin Coldewey and Mary Ann Azevedo selected a few companies to watch from the startups that presented on day two.

Despite tooling limitations, DAO optimists see new use cases for a democratic, token-based future

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Many online communities are looking to decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO) to raise funds so they can bring their ideas to life, but without tools and software to make it easier for people to participate, adoption has been slow.

However, some investors and consumers are hopeful that as tooling develops, DAOs will generate more use cases than individuals pooling their resources to buy NFTs or objects of popular interest, reports Jacquelyn Melinek.

“There will be a lot of evolution [for DAOs] as we start to fit the technology into human behavior,” Sarah Wood, head of operations at Upstream, said. “I see a world where you can use a DAO for your book club, or whatever you want.”

Dear Sophie: What can we do to help employees who are Ukrainian citizens?

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Dear Sophie,

We have several employees who are Ukrainian citizens; one is on OPT and the other is on STEM OPT. We want to make sure they can continue to live and work in the United States.

Our most immediate concern is for the F-1 student whose OPT status is expiring in June. We registered her in this year’s H-1B lottery and are hoping she’s selected this week to apply.

In the meantime, we heard that Ukrainians are eligible for TPS. Does that include F-1 students on OPT? Should our other Ukrainian employees also apply for TPS even though their work visas are good for a few more years?

What is the process for applying for TPS?

— Strong Supporter

Goldman Sachs’ OTC Bitcoin options trade can pave way for more institutional involvement

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Goldman Sachs has been active in crypto for a while now, but its Bitcoin options trade last week may have paved the way for more institutional investment firms to begin exploring the cryptocurrency ecosystem, pending regulatory clarity, reports Jacquelyn Melinek.

“The trade itself doesn’t mean much, but the fact that it happened and opens the ability for Goldman Sachs to trade this risk is massively significant, and this is just the beginning,” said Tim Grant, head of Europe at Galaxy Digital.

“As soon as you get into that part, that set of hurdles, you’re intellectually and operationally free to do other things. It’s not the trade itself, it’s that this will allow us to go in a multitude of directions.”

The how and why of raising OT security capital

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Operational technology, which allows critical infrastructure to operate 24×7, is one area facing significant cybersecurity risk, and with the U.S. government taking steps to mitigate the threat, security firms addressing this area stand to benefit the most, writes Matt Gatto, a managing director at Insight Partners.

In a guest post for TC+, he explains how recent attacks on critical infrastructure, pending regulation, and rising concerns over Russian cyberattacks are creating new opportunities in OT.

“It’s a good time for OT security providers to seek funding,” says Gatto. “The combination of increasing OT cyberattacks and the emergence of government regulations is fueling a funding frenzy.”

Co-founders of Ukrainian startup Delfast discuss navigating through a crisis

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Founded in 2014, e-bike startup Delfast has offices in Los Angeles and Kiev.

But after Russia invaded Ukraine, co-founders Daniel Tonkopi and Serhiy Denysenko started relocating family members and employees, finding ways to support their country’s defense, and, “running a startup during a war,” reports Rebecca Bellan.

Daniel Tonkopi:

We all work now in two shifts. The first shift is our usual work and the second shift is our voluntary work. In Kyiv, half of our engineers are at war now. They are in the Territorial Defense Forces, which is like an official civilian army.

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Why Is The VIX So Low? A Surprising Answer Emerges In The Market’s Microstructure

Why Is The VIX So Low? A Surprising Answer Emerges In The Market’s Microstructure

One of the most frequent questions tossed around Wall Street…

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Why Is The VIX So Low? A Surprising Answer Emerges In The Market's Microstructure

One of the most frequent questions tossed around Wall Street trading desks (and strip clubs), and which was duly covered by Bloomberg recently in "Fear Has Gone Missing in Wall Street’s Slow-Motion Bear Market", is why despite the crushing bear market and the coming recession, does the VIX refuse to rise sustainably above 30, or in other words, why is the VIX so low?

As Goldman's Rocky Fishman wrote in a recent note "Option Markets Take the SPX Bear Market in Stride" (available to professional subs), "one of the most popular questions we have received is why the VIX hasn't surpassed its March peak (36) despite the SPX being lower than it was in March and realized vol being higher than it was in March."

Here, Fishman notes that implied volatility was unusually high in March, and the current VIX level (29) is only slightly low for the current level of realized vol. Furthermore, a VIX around 30 typically happens with the 5Y CDX HY spread above 600, and although it has risen steadily it's currently in the mid 500's.

Meanwhile, even as the VIX has fallen moderately since late April, both vol risk premium and skew have both fallen dramatically.

Picking up on this quandary, overnight JMorgan also joined the discussion with its analyst Peng Cheng laying out his own thoughts on why the VIX remains so low (note is also available to professional subs), and similar to Goldman notes that the current bear market, despite being deeper in magnitude, has produced VIX levels well below the peak observed during previous market sell-offs:

However, unlike Goldman which mostly analyzes the VIX in the context of a macro framework, JPM's Cheng offers observations based on his analysis of market microstructure in both equity and options markets.

Cheng starts with the previously noted low realized volatility: as the JPM strategist writes, YTD, the SPX realized vol, measured on a close to close basis, is only 25.5, which means that delta-hedged put options would have lost money in the gamma component. From a technical perspective, JPM believes that return volatility is dampened by a lack of intraday price momentum and increasingly frequent occurrences of intraday price reversal. As seen in the next chart, intraday reversal has only started to become noticeable in the last two years. Prior to that, intraday momentum was the dominant market behavior.

This diminishing intraday price momentum has had a non-trivial impact on realized volatility, according to JPM which estimates that if the intraday return correlation remained the same as pre-pandemic, YTD volatility would be close to 28.8, or 3.3 vol points higher than realized.

As an aside, those asking for the reason behind this change in intraday patterns in the last couple of years, Cheng notes that "this is a complex topic" but in short, his view is that it is a result of 1) crowding in intraday momentum trading strategies and 2) a potential shift in option gamma dynamics as discussed below.

Supply/demand of S&P 500 options: Although the estimation of market level option gamma profile is highly dependent on many factors, including assumptions on open interest, OTC options, and leveraged ETFs, etc., in a report published earlier this year, JPM's quants presented a more dynamic estimation of the gamma profile by using tick level data. Specifically, they assigned directions to SPX and SPY option trades based on their distance to the best bid/offer at the tick level, rather than the constant assumption of investors being outright long puts and short calls. The updated results are shown below.

Tha chart shows that starting in 2020, the put gamma imbalance has fallen meaningfully. This is the result of investors’ changing preference from buying outright puts to put spreads for protection, in JPM's view. And year to date, the decline in gamma demand has not improved. Moreover, and echoing what we have said on several recent occasions, JPM notes that judging from the outright negative put gamma imbalance in early 2022, it appears that investors have been monetizing hedges that had been held since 2021 - note the consistently positive and relatively elevated put gamma imbalance throughout 2021, which suggests that protections were put on during this period.

More in the full note available to pro subs

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Penny Stocks To Watch: Why TOUR, JAN, ENDP, BRDS & WEJO Stock Are Moving

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Penny stocks are well-known for their high-risk and high-reward potential. When it comes to a choppy stock market, traders will flock to some of these names for quick gains instead of taking a chance at investing in a broader market that still has some downside left.

Needless to say, this week, in particular, could bring more speculation and uncertainty thanks to key economic data. The foremost is second-quarter GDP results set to report on Wednesday. The biggest question is, will GDP data signal signs or even confirm a recession?

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the figures show some interesting trends:

“Real gross domestic product (GDP) decreased at an annual rate of 1.5 percent in the first quarter of 2022, following an increase of 6.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2021. The decrease was revised down 0.1 percentage point from the “advance” estimate released in April. In the first quarter, there was a resurgence of COVID-19 cases from the Omicron variant and decreases in government pandemic assistance payments.”

But whether or not this read-out is bullish or bearish may not matter much to traders looking for penny stocks to buy. Let’s explain.

Penny Stocks To Watch

In general, broader market trends take a back seat to whatever individual catalysts are at play with penny stocks. If you’ve traded long enough, I’m sure you’ve seen the stock market crash lower, yet several penny stocks are exploding higher. This detached trend is unique and has become one of many reasons traders hunt for top trending penny stocks daily.

One of the most prominent reasons for cheap stocks to move iradically even with the stock market down tends to involve headlines. These can become significant catalysts for a bullish (or bearish) trend. Here’s a quick list of penny stocks with news that are moving during the week.

  • Wejo Group Limited (NASDAQ: WEJO)
  • Bird Global Inc. (NYSE: BRDS)
  • Tuniu Corp. (NASDAQ: TOUR)
  • JanOne Inc. (NASDAQ: JAN)
  • Endo International (NASDAQ: ENDP)

Best Penny Stocks To Buy Now

Are penny stocks with news the best to buy now? Much of that answer deals with specific trading styles. Sometimes, news catalysts can be short-lived, primarily suitable for day traders. In other instances, headlines include verbiage and further discussion that prompt a longer-term forecast for some. If a company posts news, diving deeper beyond the headline is a good idea.

Wejo Group Limited (NASDAQ: WEJO)

Who said penny stocks have no legitimate business with well-established companies? Wejo Group is a prime example of why that statement isn’t accurate. The smart-mobility could solutions company focuses on electric and autonomous vehicle data. This has become a point of interest for those looking at car companies aiming for self-driving and a more tech-focused model.

Why WEJO Stock Is Moving

This week, Wejo Group announced a collaboration with none other than Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) in Europe. The two will leverage data and insights where Wejo can access personalized connected vehicle data from Ford vehicles.

“Providing actionable data insights to insurance providers is another example of how Wejo is expanding into additional markets and demonstrating new use cases for OEMs and insurance companies to monetize connected vehicle data for good,” said Richard Barlow, founder, and CEO, of Wejo.

Bird Global Inc. (NYSE: BRDS)

Another mobility company on the list of penny stocks to watch is one you might have seen “scooting” around your city. Bird Global offers eScooters and eBikes that anyone can rent using a Bird-connected app. Billing itself as a “micro electric vehicle company,” Bird’s suite of scooters and bikes is becoming popular among riders looking for urban travel without getting in an actual vehicle. Unfortunately, BRDS stock wasn’t such a high flyer after its IPO debut last year. Shares have gone from highs of $11.25 to lows of $0.4648 in a matter of 7 months.

Why BRDS Stock Is Moving

Earlier this month, Bird received a notice of non-compliance with the NYSE based on its low share price. The exchange requires companies to maintain a closing price of at least $1 for 30 consecutive trading days to keep the listing. Considering that the company plans to notify the NYSE by July 5th of its intention to “cure” the stock price deficiency, there could be some speculation building as the countdown begins.

Tuniu Corp. (NASDAQ: TOUR)

Travel is one of the industries taking a back seat over the last few years. Thanks to the rise of the pandemic and continued COVID restrictions, travel stocks haven’t faired as well as their market cohorts. However, the area of the industry that has remained beaten down involves companies with exposure to China’s market.

Tuniu Corp. is a prime example of the bearish sentiment for Chinese travel stocks. TOUR stock has slumped from over $2 to under $0.50 within the last year. The company offers an online leisure travel service focused on prepackaged and self-guided tours. This week, TOUR stock’s tides changed a bit, and shares have begun to rally.

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Why TOUR Stock Is Moving

There isn’t any TOUR stock-specific news. However, broader industry information has come to light and acted as a catalyst. In particular, China has begun loosening its COVID quarantine rules. As a result, bullish sentiment has returned to the sector, prompting momentum in several travel names, including Tuniu.

JanOne Inc. (NASDAQ: JAN)

JanOne develops drugs with non-addictive and pain-relieving properties. One of its focuses is on curbing the opioid crisis. Its JAN101 platform is being developed for treating peripheral artery disease and is a catalyst behind the latest move in JAN stock today.

Why JAN Stock Is Moving

This week, JanOne announced that work was completed with Dr. Maureen Donovan at the University of Iowa. It will allow for an improved formulation of JAN101, which has been used successfully in trials for reducing pain and improving nerve function. Furthermore, JanOne expects to start manufacturing and validating processes “in the near future.”

One of the other attractive points of interest for traders is JAN stock’s float. Looking at multiple outlets, you’ll see that this figure is well below 10 million shares. In cases of low float penny stocks, volatility can play a leading role. Given the latest headline, this could be something to keep in mind heading into the rest of the week.

Endo International (NASDAQ: ENDP)

Shares of Endo International took flight this week. The specialty pharmaceutical company recently focused on developing an orthopedic product for treating osteoarthritis knee pain. It signed a deal with Taiwan Liposome to commercialize its TLC599 injectable compound, which is in Phase 3 development for osteoarthritis treatment.

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“TLC599 is fully aligned with our commitment to providing differentiated nonsurgical options to healthcare providers and their appropriate patients,” said Patrick Barry, Executive Vice President, and President, Global Commercial Operations at Endo, in a June 13th update.

Why ENDP Stock Is Moving

You won’t find anything in corporate newsfeeds if you’re looking for why ENDP stock is moving right now. However, if you dig deeper into the company’s filings, there may be something evident acting as a catalyst in the stock market today. Millennium Management LLC filed a 13G on June 27th, showing a 1.7% stake in the company. In our article Buy Penny Stocks Like Hedge Funds Do: A How-To Guide, we discussed specific forms and filings to pay attention to if you want to “follow” the money of investment firms.

A 13G pertains to “passive investors” owning less than 20% of a company’s outstanding shares. Once a “passive investor” reaches over 20% of the OS, they must start filing 13D statements.

Best Penny Stocks Today

News can be a way to find names for your penny stocks list. However, when it’s time to buy them, it’s best to dig a little deeper to determine if that news has lasting potential. Penny stocks with news experience volatility early. When it comes to follow-through, much of that comes down to the market itself. Today we looked at 5 penny stocks with news, industry-related speculation, or corporate developments. After seeing why they moved, are any on your watch list right now?

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Hot Penny Stocks to Buy This Week? 3 For Your List 

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3 Hot Penny Stocks to Add to Your Watchlist This Week 

Let’s face it, finding penny stocks to buy is not easy. And over the past few months, it has been increasingly challenging to make money with small caps. Now, while this may be true, not every investor has lost money in that time. Rather, to make money with penny stocks, traders have to be extra careful and know what penny stocks to buy. 

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There are a few key things to look for when finding penny stocks to buy. The first is a reason that it may move. When penny stocks shift up or down, there are numerous causes. But, most penny stocks will have a fundamental reason to do so. This could be a new product launch, an FDA approval, or anything else that would increase demand for the company’s shares. 

The second is liquidity. This is key because you need to be able to buy and sell penny stocks quickly. If there is not enough liquidity or shares traded in a day, you may be stuck with your penny stock. 

The last is price. You obviously want to buy penny stocks that are cheap, but you also want to make sure that the company is valued appropriately. This means looking at its fundamentals and understanding why it is at its given value. With all of this in mind, let’s take a look at three penny stocks to add to your watchlist this week.

3 Penny Stocks to Watch This Week 

  1. Visionary Education Technology Holding Group Inc. (NASDAQ: VEDU)
  2. RLX Technology Inc. (NYSE: RLX)
  3. Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE: UEC

Visionary Education Technology Holding Group Inc. (NASDAQ: VEDU) 

One of the largest gainers of the day on June 27th was VEDU stock. By EOD, shares of VEDU had shot up by more than 30% with an over 5% after-hours gain. And, in the past five days, shares of VEDU stock have exploded by over 120%. These major gains come alongside no recent news. The most recent news however, came on May 19th. 

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On the 19th, the company announced the closing of its $17 million firm commitment IPO. This came with 4.25 million shares at a public offering price of $4 per share. For some context, Visionary Education is a Canadian based company offering high-quality education resources to students around the world. While it has fallen from its IPO price to around $2.60, its recent bullish momentum is exciting without a doubt. So, with all of this in mind, will VEDU be on your penny stocks watchlist or not?

RLX Technology Inc. (NYSE: RLX) 

With over 3% in gains during trading and after hours on June 27th, RLX is another penny stock that investors are watching right now. In the past month, we’ve seen shares of RLX climb by more than 19%, which is no small feat. The most recent news from the company came in the form of its unaudited Q1 2022 financial results. In the results, the company saw its net revenue decline slightly, however, it stated that this was due to the pandemic. 

“During the first quarter of 2022, we continued to focus on our core strategy and maintain our leading position in the industry while preparing for the anticipated regulatory changes.

As the new regulatory framework has come into effect and detailed implementation measures have been released, we are proactively adapting our business to the new market environment by applying for the relevant licenses and developing qualified products that meet the requirements of the most recent national standards.”

The CEO of RLX Technology, Ms. Ying Wang

While this news was not ideal, it did bring shares of RLX stock down to lower levels. And as a result, its recent bullish momentum could be due to RLX being at value prices. Whether this makes RLX worth adding to your list of penny stocks to buy, is up to you. 

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Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSE: UEC) 

On June 27th, UEC stock saw modest gains however, it did post abnormally high volume. And because of this, many investors are keeping a close eye on it right now. The most recent update from the company came on June 22nd, when it announced its entrance into a definitive agreement with UEX Corporation. It stated that it would acquire all of the outstanding shares of UEX with a C$5 million private placement. 

This is big news for the company and should add to its large and growing business. If you’re not familiar, Uranium Energy is a uranium mining company. And, recently, we’ve seen heightened interest in alternative energy penny stocks. And although UEC is highly volatile, it is an interesting penny stock to watch. With this considered, does UEC deserve an addition to your watchlist or not?

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Which Penny Stocks Are You Buying Right Now?

After a relatively flat day of trading, investors are looking for the best penny stocks to buy this week. That involves understanding what factors are impacting the stock market, and how we can use those to benefit.

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Although trading is not easy, there are plenty of ways to find penny stocks to buy in 2022. So, with this in mind, which penny stocks are you buying right now?

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