That's a very good question. One of the aspects of OMGX is that we would love to have the community involved as much as possible. So over time, as we begin decentralizing the governance of the network, these are the types of decisions that the community will be able to make together as part of that governance. It makes more sense, for given how widely held the token is, for the community to come together and discuss these issues and hash them out rather than just have a few of us sitting in our offices behind our computers to just make the make a decision that's going to impact all the participants on this network. That's a core pillar of DeFi governance.