It’s come to my attention that some people have begun to speculate about the foundation and I thought it was a good idea to address that. Foundations are inherently centralized entities, which is a problem for the long term success of a decentralized project, but at the same time this entity is critical to the success of this project at this stage. I just wanted to say that the Foundation was my idea originally. I wanted a legal entity to be setup that could take care of the maintenance of the coin and see to it’s future. Ed reached out to me soon after and proposed starting the foundation soon after, I was quite receptive because I had been thinking about it already. I asked if he wanted to spearhead the project because he had experience setting up these types of entities and Harold & Ed did most of the ground work. The other purpose it serves is to allow me to talk to others in a closed forum and get input on ideas on our overall strategy. Maybe this should be more transparent in the future, but I have a lot of ideas and most of them don’t work, so it’s not a good idea to put all of them out there for publish discussion. I believe the foundation has been critical to our success and it's part of the reason why we're doing as well as we are. Lately I’ve read a few negative comments on some board members and I think the conclusions are unfair. Just because all the work is not done in public, it doesn’t mean there's something nefarious going on. There isn't and I really need their help to make this a success. As for the directors of the Foundation, these are the people I met early on in the project. I chose them, because each had a separate skillset that I thought was useful to the foundation and advising the project. All of our terms are set to expire after 2 years, at which point elections will happen and the next generation of directors will take over.