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Chaos is coming in 2020 … and for better or worse, it will affect your life

By Christopher Davis
This article is about the new chaos culture … but before I get into that, if you’re looking for one of the most respected cutting edge companies to work for or to learn from, then if you haven’t already done so you should check out Gartner. They have a lot to say, and a way to say it. Their hands-on training and apprenticing programs turn out professionals who make a difference. It might just handle some of the chaos that’s coming.
They first came to my attention through the image shown above, and since I’m somewhat of a futurist it captured my attention.  The reason it caught my attention is because I’m deeply involved with and interested in the new decentralized technical, philosophical, political, ecological and financial world, (which I guess covers most of it,) that’s emerging due to the blockchain technology, the blockchain’s accompanying cryptocurrencies, and the new alternative digital currencies and tokens which are beginning to hit the scene.
As can be seen by the issues being addressed at this Gartner convention address, the subjects covered go well beyond coins like Bitcoin and deal with a more holistic view of how the world is in the process of being reshaped right now.
The times they are a changing.
Old economic and social models are going the way of the horse and buggy. Like the switch from the horse and buggy to the motor vehicle, it won’t happen overnight, but it will be faster and far more dramatic. Changes are happening due to decentralization, interconnection, tokenization and a growing consensus based economy and a consensus based society. 
The old world of centralized control was previously necessary to monitor, control, coordinate and direct progress but it’s becoming less so. In fact, it’s slowly disappearing like a polaroid image in reverse.
The need for some entity to tell us who we can trust is dissolving. The need for banking networks to transfer money is eroding. Stogy, slow, and expensive regulatory systems and procedures are showing telltale cracks as smart contracts and trust-free automated systems take their place.
No … it can’t happen here.
That’s what some people think. They think that this cryptocurrency thing is only a fad and will go away. But the central banks are worried and trying to gain control of the reins on a run-away team of horses. Governments of the world are vacillating between trying to stop it and by trying to co-op it for their own purposes. I’d venture to say that every major bank and every major government in the world now has a division dedicated to studying or developing how they can control it.
My God, Facebook is even suggesting replacing the dollar as the reserve currency for the entire world with their libra© cryptocurrency. Imagine all the world’s currency being run through a Facebook platform. Sound crazy, sound impossible? Well the world leaders at this January’s World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland have been discussing it! Will they oppose it and try to get rid of it as the U.S. Government has already done. Or will they look at how to use a system that has over 2.45 billion connected members to their benefit?
Let’s be clear, this is another attempt at a form of Centrally Bank Controlled Cryptocurrency, and would be in direct conflict with the intention of a decentralized system which is a private system, a system free of government and bank control where it isn’t necessary to trust any entity and obey arbitrary regulation when dealing with one’s own money.  If Facebook’s new libra© cryptocurrency, or others like Chase Banks new cryptocurrency, or any other manifestations of a Central Bank Controlled Cryptocurrency were to be implemented using the Blockchain it would result in a complete Orwellian “Big Brother” control of everyone’s finances.
The current line of attack is to create a single world currency which is sponsored and controlled by the major Central Banks including the Federal Reserve of the United States, the Central Bank of England, the European Central Bank, the Central Bank of Japan, the Central Bank of Switzerland, the World Bank and the Bank of International Settlements, all of whom are in essence members of a globe straddling cartel determined to control the finances of the world.
Even the Chinese who have been “adopted” by the world bankers, have been included in the World Bank since 1980, and who are reputed to owe the World Bank over US 40 Trillion, are involved.
The key difference between economic freedom and economic slavery is true decentralization versus centralization. The blockchain is powerful and anything powerful can be used for good or evil.
I say; “true decentralization” because the governments and bankers of the world are attempting to develop hybrids that appear reasonable and appeal to emotional concerns of users, but in the end further the Orwellian total control model they desire.
It’s simple.
All that needs to be done to change the blockchain from a freedom train to a series of railroad box cars taking people to economic concentration camps is at some point along the line to throw a switch that changes the decentralized nature of the blockchain to a centralized one.
Centralization versus Decentralization and evolution
Most of the world is based upon centralized systems – like central banking – but today’s technology allows us to work with what might otherwise be considered chaotic systems and harness their power.
Because of the new technologies, the weakness of centralized systems of all kinds including in key finance and energy sectors are being recognized and are beginning to be addressed … and they are threats to the incumbents.
The frontier
The old society is on course to be replaced by a value conscious, culture driven future, filled with the kind of bright hope and inspiration that is usually only found on the frontier, on the cutting edge, and is the stuff like that often results in rapid evolution.
Society will always have new frontiers so long as it’s moving forward, some bigger than others.
A big one is happening right now. It’s happening due to the Internet and the knowing or unknowing use of decentralization to harness chaos.
The things we hear about in ads like IOT (the Internet Of Things) being used to turn our homes, phones and automobiles into smart homes, smart phones and smart automobiles are all big advancements by themselves, but are very small compared to what is beginning to emerge … and which can be seen by those who are looking and who recognize the enormous possibilities to look for.
Chaos Theory
Chaos theory is an interdisciplinary theory stating that, within the apparent randomness of chaotic complex systems, there are underlying patterns, there are constant feedback loops, there’s repetition, self-similarity, fractals1., and self-organization. Chaos theory science looks at systems that are very small and very large bit very sensitive, where a very small change may make the system behave completely differently.
Some big systems (like weather) might appear random at first look, but chaos theory says that these kinds of systems are patterns may not be random. There may be some underlying principles acting in these systems that we don’t yet understand.
To be described in another way, some synonyms for chaos could be: chance-medley, confusion, disarrangement, disarray, dishevelment, disorder, disorderliness, disorganization, free-for-all, havoc, heck, hell, jumble, mare's nest, mess, messiness, misorder, muddle, muss, shambles, and a dangerous snake pit. All those things that are uncomfortable to most.
Painting by Christopher Davis © 2020
But it is out of chaos that new order is born … and it can predictively …  be unpredictable.
Have you ever heard of “The Butterfly effect.?” In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change, like the tiny bit of wind generated by the beating of a butterfly’s wing, it can through repetition, and feed-back loops, result in the creation of repeating patterns creating big effects, some of them in far distant places.
In general, chaos theory deals with things that are thought to be impossible or very difficult to control and predict. ... Weather is an example of something that is non-linear and, not impossible, but difficult to predict with a high degree of accurately. Patterns, winds, and geophysical phenomena can change quickly and without much notice and in turn produce a feedback loop that quickly intensifies the weather phenomena or suddenly cancels it out. Here’s an example that happened in July.
On July 19th in Guadalajara Mexico, in the middle of the summer, some of the roads in the city were covered in three feet of hail stones. One minute there are hail stones dropping out of the sky and the next moment it’s clear and sunny again.
The Internet, decentralization and chaos.
Let’s take the example of the beat of a butterfly’s wing causing changes thousands of miles away. Theoretically and mathematically it is possible, but normally even if it did happen, it would be hard to track, and in any case the beat of one of the giant butterfly’s wing in the mountains in Taiwan would take quite a long time to affect a change in Los Angeles … at least that’s how it used to be.
The Internet changes that, by speeding it up by many orders of magnitude.
The addition of large decentralized networks make random changes much more likely by amplifying and repeating the wind from the beat of the one or two butterfly wings into many thousands of puffs of air, and in doing so waves are created.
Picture a crowd wave occurring at a football stadium. It starts with the intention and action of one, two or a few fans and is picked up and amplified by hundreds or thousands. One or two people raising their hands wouldn’t be very noticeable, but big waves created by many hands repeating the same gesture creates a big effect that is noticed ... even by the TV cameras.
So, by combining increased probability of a large decentralized network with the lightning speed the of the internet two you have higher probability coupled with tremendous speed and that equals power. That’s why it’s simultaneously
Decentralization is simultaneously exciting to those looking interested in change, and frightening to those wanting to maintain the status quo.
It’s natural. Nature has a built-in way of repeating things that work elsewhere, and framing that in relation to human psychology that’s how it works. It deals with the repetition, feed-back, and growth, that accentuates similarities and patterns that are coupled with common needs or desires. It’s also natural that any entity is going to attempt to survive, so you can end up having two powerful forces in conflict.
However, let’s do the math. Consider that of the 8 billion people on this planet, 85% of the world’s wealth belongs to the top 10% you see that the remaining 90 percent or 7.2 billion people hold only 15 percent you can see some of what the winds of change might bring.
Probability factors favor the larger number so long as the free communication factor is in place.
The balance of wealth is one of the things which will be affected by decentralization.
This does not mean to say that the people who honestly or ethically earned their wealth are not entitled to it, but it does recognize that much of that wealth is being rigidly held in place by fixed centralized structures, many of which will be penetrated, if only by the mechanics of a decentralized system. So just to be clear, I am not advocating any sort of systems labeled as capitalistic, communistic or socialistic.
I am simply advocating a truly free laissez faire system in which I believe some of the inequities will be resolved.
Chaos theory says that someone might originate an idea or plan in Timbuctoo which resonates with someone else and which is then disseminated via a free decentralized platform and built upon by others in many places around the world. When this happens, a self-replicating pattern emerges.
Patterns are what I call the BOT (The Basic of Things) in the both physical and psychological world. Patterns persist well beyond physical things, political ideologies, or even people. These things all disappear or crumble away in time, but the patterns of existence persist.
In the new decentralized world, the more suitable to the Internet the pattern structure is, the faster it will grow. If it is easily duplicatable (understood) by all who are exposed to it, and if it is perceived by them to be something that overcomes barriers and improves survival, it will grow quickly.  This is the nature of organic growth.
The seemingly chaotic nature of a decentralized culture comprises the matrix or the fertile ground that simultaneously encourages and allows for growth that would not easily occur or be permitted to occur in a controlled environment.
This phenomenon must be calculated into any modern organizational structure.
It quickly become oblivious that old centralized structures with their rigidly protected frameworks will, in time, not be able to withstand the pressures created by the new interconnected global society. Part of the reason for this is that the effects created are likely to be “random” and not very predictable. The ideas generated through decentralized thought will penetrate the most secure castles that were built out of fear to resist change and keep control centralized.

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Decentralized Networks are relatively new but already span the globe and are constantly delivering communication day and night at the speed of light.
Decentralized networks will affect all aspects of life. They cross all borders and by their very nature, they are not controllable by an outside source or central authorities including governments and central banks. In many cases, they are opposed because of their unpredictability and uncontrollable nature. This is a predictable survival response. One that is to be expected from an incumbent political, technological or financial entity entrenched in the global society. But as a famous line by captain Picard of the starship enterprise so aptly puts it; “Resistance is futile.” However, in this case, it’s due to the everyday voices of billions of free men and woman being carried around the world on an ever-growing number of decentralized networks.
Decentralized communication networks, some of them pseudo-anonymous, and some completely anonymous encrypted networks, will by-pass the control exercised by the entrenched communication platforms which edit out items they don’t like or want. The communication platforms that allow free communication will survive.

As mentioned, many people are now aware of the Internet Of Things, but there is another, less known but very powerful concept called the Internet Of Value (IOV).
As we move forward and automation, robotism and other advances technology makes products of all kinds more available with less human effort, we move further into a service economy where “value” begins to become, (for lack of a better word,) more and more of a commodity. With the interconnectedness of the Internet and social media considerations of value even begin to take on more and importance, that can, through consensus, make or break a company.
Economics is more than balancing a checkbook. There are other things, such as;
·        Ecological capital
·        Social capital
·        Cultural capital
As our interconnectedness grows, so does our awareness of the elements which make up a product and what level of social and environmental responsibility are taken on by manufacturers and service providers.
Right now, consumers rely more on product reviews and testimonials then they do on statements made by a manufacturer or vendor. This is an expression of the lack of trust in a single vested point of view. The consensus model brought to the fore by the blockchain and the rapid acceptance of a trust-free data is an expression of that attitude.
As the technology grows someone will devise easy-to-use automated rating systems which not only assign a value index to the products themselves, but also to considerations on the environmental and sociological impact of the product or service, e.g. On a scale of zero to five with zero bring the worse, and five being the best how would you rate ___________? Shown below is a rough example.
Please check how would you rate this product or service for:
Price:  0 [  ]   1 [  ]    2 [  ]    3 [  ]    4 [  ]    5 [  ]
Truth in advertising:  0 [  ]   1 [  ]    2 [  ]    3 [  ]    4 [  ]    5 [  ]
Satisfaction:  0 [  ]   1 [  ]    2 [  ]    3 [  ]    4 [  ]    5 [  ]
Delivery:  0 [  ]   1 [  ]    2 [  ]    3 [  ]    4 [  ]    5 [  ]
Environmental sustainability:  0 [  ]   1 [  ]    2 [  ]    3 [  ]    4 [  ]    5 [  ]
Social responsibility of the company:  0 [  ]   1 [  ]    2 [  ]    3 [  ]    4 [  ]    5 [  ]
Comments: _________________________________________________________________________
The point I’m making here is that consensus is going to play a greater role in shaping our society than most have yet envisioned.
A system, once accepted and adopted by the society will change the way company’s do business. It would also help the companies to satisfy the needs and wants of their consumers while helping the consumer to make wise economic choices.
Wise companies would willingly opt-in to such a system.
Decentralized Finances
Right now, we have a centralized financial environment and have little choice of how we conduct our financial lives. Though governments and banks work hand in hand, today the banks have even more power than national governments do. Over the years, the central banks of the world have increased their control of virtually every country in the world, and by extension over all of finances of their citizens.
The system is stacked in favor of the elites.
In the United States the Federal Reserve authorizes money that the government can print and provides the digital money that the commercial banks can loan out. The FED charges interest on all the money it creates out of nothing. It makes a few percent on every dollar it creates and gets its money back through taxes collected by its collection agency which is called the IRS. The IRS delivers the money directly to the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve then buys government bonds with the money and gets paid interest on that as well. At last notice the Fed is purchasing about $60 Billion in Treasury bonds each month.  They also use this money to purchase mortgages from government chartered Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks, and by Ginnie Mae, a federal agency that guarantees securities backed by mortgages insured or guaranteed by the Federal Housing Administration, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and other federal agencies. The Fed now holds trillions of dollars of mortgage based securities that are guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This puts them into the position of owning much of America.
When the Fed gives out money to the commercial banks, they then lend out over ten times the money they receive from the Fed and/or from deposits made by their customers. This is called fractional banking. These extra nine dollars don’t really exist either, when the bank makes a loan to someone they create the money they are lending out of nothing, with a simple computer entry. They’re not backed by anything except the borrower’s signature signifying that it is a debt. The more loans the banks can make the more money they create out of thin air, and the more debt they create in the society.
The government, in the guise of necessary bail outs now owns a great deal of private enterprise. Is this a hidden socialism that is already in place? Some may say so. Others call it just another form of oligarchy.
Naturally, in keeping with the law of supply and demand, as more money is created out of thin air and loaned into the society the value of the dollar begins to drop. This is called inflation.
But inflation is not felt by the society immediately.  This is because the new money is first primarily distributed amongst the elite, amongst the top tiers of business’ who get the advantage of the “fresh” money before its value is diluted.
This fresh money fuels stock buy backs which give the impression of a booming market while producing little except to line the pockets of the elites.
As the new money, which has been diluted in value, finally reaches the middle and lower class the effects of inflation settle in and it has less purchase value, but prices go up while taxation remains the same and wages are stagnant.
This naturally restricts the purchasing power of the middle and lower class which affects small businesses, especially retail concerns. This is critical because consumer spending makes up over 68% of the U.S. economy. Two thirds of consumer spending are on services. The system is parasitic to the middle and lower class, who unlike the elites, spend a major portion of their income on basic everyday needs. In such a system, the parasites will eventually kill the host.
So, what does the consumer do? What has the middle class’ solution to all this been?
The consumer attempts to compensate by spending more via credit cards and the middle and lower class continues to go deeper into debt resulting in the fact that consumer debt is now over 100% of the GDP.
This is not just happening in the United States, it’s a worldwide financial pandemic.
The global average of debt-to-GDP ratio (weighted by each country's GDP) is over 226 percent.
We have become a world of debtor’s and who do we owe everything to? The answer is, primarily to the banks and secondarily to the governments … both of which have the “right” to seize borrower’s property when they want if the imaginary money they lent isn’t paid back plus fines and interest by the borrower with the money they work hard to earn.
Here’s some 2019 debt figures from the International Monetary Fund: World Economic Outlook Database, and the United Nations: National Accounts Main Aggregates Database
National Debt to GDP Ratio of the top 30 most indebted countries
1.      Japan                    237.54%
2.      Venezuela          214.45%
3.      Sudan                   177.87%              
4.      Greece                174.15%
5.      Lebanon              157.81%
6.      Italy                       133.43%
7.      Eritrea                  127.34%
8.      Cape Verde       125.29%
9.      Mozambique    124.46%
10.   Portugal              119.46%
11.   Barbados            117.27%
12.   Singapore           109.37%
13.   United States    106.70%
14.   Bhutan                 103.85%
15.   Cyprus                 101.04%
16.   Bahrain                                100.19%
17.   Belgium               99.57%
18.   France                  99.20%
19.   Spain                    95.96%
20.   Jordan                  94.83%
21.   Jamaica                               94.13%
22.   Belize                   92.64%
23.   Angola                 90.46%
24.   Brazil                     90.36%
25.   Republic of the Congo  90.19%
26.   Antigua and Barbuda     88.35%
27.   Canada                88.01%
28.   Egypt                    86.93%
29.   United Kingdom              85.67%
30.   Aruba                   83.57%
Just as contrast, out of 184 countries on the list, here’s the five least indebted countries.
1.      Russia                   13.79%
2.      Botswana           12.78%
3.      Estonia                 7.61%
4.      Afghanistan       6.88%
5.      Brunei                  2.63%

Cryptocurrencies are a way the people are saying:
“I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.”

The goal of decentralized cryptocurrencies and the new digital currencies.
As a decentralized network grows the network itself begins to determine how the network grows and what it does based upon the agreed-upon goal, the purpose or intention, and the adopted policy, and procedures aligned to the accomplishment of the goal and purpose. This makes it extremely important that the goal and purpose of the network is clearly defined and transparent to all.
This applies to crypto and digital currencies as well.
The biggest tool of suppression in a controlled society is intentional obscuration. By making definitions and context obscure, altering them or otherwise making them hard to understand they give the appearance of transparency while hiding the true message, true meaning or intent. Economics is such an area.
Economics should be kept as simple as possible so that the everyday uses are easy to understand and use. It has been said: “If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself.” Albert Einstein
Whether the quote is always true or not, the point is that:
Economics is simple so long as it’s based upon an ethical purpose and the parties involved, and the medium of exchange can be trusted.
So, the basis of how good or strong a currency is must first be based first upon its purpose, because purpose always monitors form, and secondly on how it handles or eliminates the problems that stand in the way of the purpose being realized.
The purpose of a currency.
I believe that the purpose of having a currency is simply to enhance free trade.
I believe that trade is simultaneously;
(a) the glue that binds peoples and nations together, and
(b) the lubricant that smooths out the frictions born out of the differences between them.
Where free trade prospers, wars cease.
Free trade acknowledges and rewards true value. It’s independent and outside of beliefs or political ideologies. I therefore hold that the basic purpose of a true currency is simply, and only, its ability to quickly, safely and easily facilitate free trade anywhere in the world.

The only alternative currency I have found that fulfills all the necessary functions is called CloudCoin©. CloudCoin is not a cryptocurrency, it is a cloud based digital currency. Here’s a summary of the ways it handles or eliminates the problems encountered.

1.      Users must be able remain completely anonymous. Not pseudo anonymous as with Bitcoin. In this regard CloudCoins are like paper money. Naturally, you would keep your own records, and have accounts with businesses, and handle your responsibilities, but anonymity is your decision and there is no ledger tracking your business or who you transact with.
2.      It cannot be manipulated. Governments and banks publicize horrible things to manipulate people into agreeing to give up their freedom. They use emotionally charged things like drugs, child pornography, sex trafficking, terrorism and others as a justification, or a reason, for you to give up your anonymity, your freedom and the control of your finances. These “we have to protect you” justifications all seem reasonable to well-intentioned people, but when you look behind the curtain to see who is pulling the strings, you can see that they are being used by unscrupulous powers to justify their efforts to take control of your finances. Restricting your freedom and taking away your rights is not the correct solution to handle these problems.
3.      It must be free of limits and controls. With CloudCoin your money or wealth is not limited to, or controlled by one economic system. It’s not restricted by borders. With CloudCoin you could think of your money as invisible, international and indestructible.
4.      Because the file sizes are very small, they require very little storage and transmit quickly. On the server level, there is no need for large, expensive and energy consuming storage.
5.      On a personal level, CloudCoin wallets are under 5 MB and download in a few minutes compared with a huge Bitcoin wallet that may take days to download.
6.      CloudCoin transaction speeds are blazingly fast, with authentications measured in milliseconds, way faster than any cryptocurrency and even faster than Visa. Speed is not just nice, it’s essential.
7.      Utility value: In a practical sense, a currency is only as valuable as it makes trade safer and easier. With CloudCoin it only takes a few seconds for a retail merchant, who has people waiting in line at a checkout counter, to check authenticity, and be paid, compared with Bitcoin which can take ten minutes or more.
8.      Transaction costs are pennies, making small purchases like a cup of coffee viable, compared with Bitcoin that minimally costs about $1.70
9.      CloudCoin wallets are free and can be downloaded by anyone. Their simple, user-friendly interface is like an online checking account makes them easy to use.
10.  Easy transmission. You can send a CloudCoin to anyone on earth who has a computer, smartphone or tablet, and an internet connection in seconds. This makes Peer-to-Peer transactions super-fast, free and confidential.
11.  Since CloudCoins use simple integers, like paper money, (1s, 5, 25, 50, 100s, etc.) the values are easy to understand by anyone. You don’t need to deal with complicated fractions.
12.  CloudCoins are limited. Only a fixed amount has been minted and no more will ever be added. This eliminates the possibility of inflation. Your money will not lose value like happens because some government or financial entity decides to create more to manipulate the economy. If the value of CloudCoin gets unwieldly or impractical splits can occur which maintain ease of use without causing inflation.
13.  CloudCoins cannot be taken from your account by anyone.
14.  The money in you CloudCoin account is not visible. CloudCoin cannot be hacked by super computers or even by the new quantum computers that can crack a blockchain in a couple of minutes.
15.  Your account cannot be frozen. No one can get to your account to do it.
16.  Free from counterfeiting. CloudCoins cannot be copied or double spent. This is because with each transaction the authentication code is automatically changed and the ownership is transferred to the receiver.
17.  Free from loss. CloudCoins cannot be permanently lost. Procedures are in place that can immediately find lost coins, but if you make copies of the serial numbers this is another way that they can also be recovered immediately. If for some reason the coins are lost without having copies of the serial numbers, there still exists a way that lost coins can be recovered after five years. This is big news as many millions of Bitcoins have been lost forever.  CloudCoin is the first digital currency that can be found if lost.
18.  Must be scalable. Unlike Bitcoin, the CloudCoin RAIDA system is completely scalable. Because of its small file sizes, very small electrical requirements, and the small size of the computers necessary, the system can be expanded indefinitely while remaining financially viable and ecologically friendly. Because its efficiency increases as it gets larger, it has the capability of serving a global economy.
As we move into a decentralized economy items of value such as real estate, stocks and bonds, precious metals and other verifiable items of value will be tokenized.

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Tokenization will eliminate barriers between nations and make worldwide investment and trade faster and simpler.
A house which assays at $1,000,000 may be broken down into 1,000,000 tradable tokens which can be sold, traded or exchanged in whole or part on decentralized exchanges. An ounce of gold valued about $1,600 could be broken down and tokenized into 1,600 tokens which can be sold, traded or exchanged in whole or part on decentralized exchanges.
Any other item of certifiable or agreed upon value can then be traded. Then one could trade some real estate tokens or gold tokens for Bitcoins, other cryptocurrencies, fiat money, or anything else of value. This is akin to going back to the barter system, but with a medium of exchange that does what it was always hoped that money could do.
For this to occur a safe token will be necessary. One that fulfills are the requirements listed about for a currency.
I believe that tokens based upon the technology of CloudCoins fulfills the needs.
I invite you to learn more about the future of decentralization and the possibilities that exist.
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