There is still a lot to be done. We're just at the starting line I would say. In addition to building out fast exits, extensible smart contracts, and augmenting Ethereum, there's a lot of tool chain support that needs to be built out as well. Again, it has to do with maximizing community involvement and making it as easy as possible for a lot of developers to build on OMGX. One example is our partnership with Web3 API. We really believe in the Web3 vision and what the Web3 API team is working on so we're jointly creating client-side SDK’s, the language agnostic, so that we make it as easy as possible for developers to build web applications that interact with OMGX and as Ethereum itself evolves with the different fee structure that's coming online next month. With ETH2 coming online it's almost like a living organic ecosystem with OMGX as the layer two. We are tightly coupled with Ethereum itself so we're going to be evolving alongside Ethereum; so there's a lot of work to be done. Ultimately, it's about creating the most powerful, widely adopted, decentralized ecosystem possible.