On this episode, we present Marshall Holbrook, the founder of [email protected] Inc., a natural gas manufacturing system provider that changes the game by partnering with other natural gas producers to apply their production towards manufacturing crypto. [email protected] eliminates the pipeline, local utility, gas broker and the deflated gas rate from the natural gas production equation. As a gas producer and system provider, Marshall started [email protected] to focus on the future of gas production, increase demand and increase revenue. Marshall’s company generates power from wellhead energy to re-purpose, harness and apply energy to fuel crypto manufacturing processes. He believes blockchain technology is the future of the natural gas industry.

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We’re live. All right. This is our 17th Crypto Mining Tools podcast. And we have your co-host Ethan. Hi everybody and I’m your host, Scott offered. And today we have our guests, Marshall Halbrook and we’re talking about something really interesting today. It’s about Bitcoin, but it’s also about power and gas and all that fun stuff. So Marshall, why don’t you just tell us a little bit about yourself and w why do you think we’re talking today?

Well, I’ve been in the oil and gas industry for almost 21 years now. Two decades, kind of ages me a little bit. Tells ya how old I am. Got out of college, moved up here to Kentucky started natural gas buying up assets, doing the traditional running compressors, selling to the utilities. So I always felt like I’m, I wanted to do something else besides just the sell my gas to the utilities. I wanted to actually do something with the product to make more money. Cause the, when I first got into it, natural gas was real low in Oh nine, it shot up. Everybody was happy, everybody was good. Then after a couple of years it went back down. And here we are now at a dollar 80 gas. So I guess we’re here to talk about what crypto and the technology at hand today can do for natural gas producers. Yeah. Yeah. I’m excited. Yeah. Tell us about that.

Well what I do well how I got into it was I used to run like the generators to run some of my pumps here in Kentucky. There’s a lot of gas fields that only do 20, 30, 50 MCF a day. I’ll have five, six, 10 whales all doing four or five MCF day.

An MCF is, yeah, an MCF is 1000 cubic feet of gas. So one, so, so one MCF has 1000 cubic feet of gas where the BTU of 1000. So but yeah, so that’s, that’s how you measure the gas. If you sell your gas through the pipeline, they pay you per MCF and then they will probably give you a, a, a, a BTU adjustment. So they, they actually pay you a little premium if you have higher than 1000 BTU. Yes. So if you’ve got like 1200,

All right. It appears folks that we’ve lost Marshall here or he’s lost his data connection. Hopefully we can get him back here soon. Hopefully better battery didn’t die on his phone. Yeah, we’ve we’ve had kind of a kooky morning this morning, lots of technical glitches. Hello Marshall. Can you hear us? All right. Well, well, I’m, I’m excited to learn about oil and gas.

And, and I had no idea that MCF is the standard and it’s, it’s kind of two fold of two measurements. One of, you know, the volume, you know, a thousand cubic feet, but also of the energy potential or 1000 BTUs in there. So I thought that was, you know, really interesting. Okay. Are you back with this Marshall?

Yeah, man, I don’t know what happened at my, my internet never went out. It just, it just started streaming in the little circles. Yeah. Sorry about that. No problem. Worries. Well, we’re back and we’re really excited to hear about your, a EMCF or whatever you’re calling it. So, so one, 1000 MCF if you sell it to the pipeline, they’ll pay you for a thousand BTU gas and a thousand cubic feet of gas. If you, if you have higher BTU, they’ll give you a little bit of a premium. Pretty much if you have 1200 BTU gas, they will give you a 1.2 MCF for your gas. Got it. So, so it just, am I pretty much that’s the explanation for selling your gas. And what I started doing was I would generate electricity to run my natural gas pumps. So I had electric motors, I had a very large generators cause most of my compressors head probably 25, 30, 50 horsepower motors on them.

So I would have to have a pretty big generator to get that thing to a start up. And so when the gas price got down, I was thinking, man, maybe I should sell my electricity to the electric company. So I checked on that. It wasn’t that they didn’t want to pay me for it, you know, a couple cents kilowatt. So I, I started research and doing some investigation and you know, back four or five years ago I guess about four years ago everybody was talking about Bitcoin and I was like, what is this Bitcoin? And I started looking at that and I thought, huh, everybody keeps talking about how these basic miners use so much electricity. I said, wow, I got, I got tons of electricity sitting right after my, after my pumps get running, you know I got lots of electricity that I could, you know, my, my, my generator is running at 20 30%.

And after the pumpkin started up, I said, I’ll go buy a cup of these little AC computers and stick them out there and see what they do. So I ran an intellect internet line out there to one of my compressor stations. Long story short. Next thing I know, I got like 200 minors AC running, running and I started turning off my natural gas pumps and I started just strictly crypto mining. So then I started building out the rest of my gas fields that I have. And then a couple of my buddies that around here said, Hey, you know if you want to help me. So then I started helping them and one thing led to another you know, you know, got megawatts of power and I’m running a six now and not selling any gas to the to the utilities.

So, so how long was that before you, you know, you ran that internet line and you’ve got a few ethic miners running and how long did it take you to get from that to about 200 miners? Took me

About a year, I guess I built a, I built out one of my control rooms that I had and I just put a shelf in there with some basics and you know, drilled a hole through the wall and put 10, 10 basic miners, you know, on the on the shelf. And then I actually went from there and actually, you know, built a building that would hold, you know, 50 miners. And then next thing I know, I built a bigger building that would hold, you know, 150, 200 miners. And then I actually built a second building to hold another 200 miners. And then I went to one of my other ends of my gas field and I started putting in it’s it’s my system, I call it. It’s pretty much just a just a building, you know, it has inlet fans, outlet fans, filters, and you know, all the all the plugs. But yeah, so it took me, it took me about a year to really find fine tune my my design. You know, like anybody trial and error. So here, so here I am now I got, I got lots of basic minors.

What was the the biggest hurdle, the biggest challenge that you had to overcome? So far, I mean obviously maybe there’s more down the road, but so far, what was the, what was the biggest thing that got in your way that you, you had to, you know, work around?

The biggest thing I guess getting the, getting the design of the actual building where, you know, I would, I would get on and research, watch other people what they did on you tube or whatever. And you know, a lot of these guys talk about the heat and they, they want to get it out of the building. And you know, some guys use I guess pipes, you know, to put on the end of the miner and all that stuff. Some, some of the, some of the heat problems I guess was, was what is my issue of building the building out and I’m getting the, getting the clean air, getting in and getting it through the mine and getting it back out. Pretty much my design now. It’s kinda like everybody else that you know, you just, as long as you got enough air flow coming in and going back out, you can, you can keep the miner cool at 90 degrees outside. And then also, I guess the, the installation of the building. I don’t know how some guys their containers if they’re insulated or not, but I found out if you, if you insulate where the miners are at, that helps keep them cool to where, you know, sun hitting on top of the roof or sitting or hitting on top of the container really starts to heat up and then that heat comes through and into your minor room. So,

So remind us again, where are you doing this? In Kentucky, Kentucky, here in Kentucky. And so for the most part, you’re really dealing with, with heat. Not, not necessarily cold, like, like some other places. Say say that again. Like there, there’s some places where, you know, it’s a, in North Dakota, they, they’re constantly dealing with a cold. There’s been cold.

Yeah. here, here in Kentucky, the climate, you know, it gets 90 degrees during the summer. And as far as the, the heat with the

, I haven’t had a real big issue once, you know once I got my right fan inlet size and or air inlet side but as far as, yeah, cold, cold weather, it does get down to, you know, 20 degrees at night here. I haven’t, haven’t had any issues with do the miners not liking the cold weather. I do have a research inhalation system that, you know, keeps the room around, you know, 50 degrees. So I, I just wanted to ask this question. You know, for you was there, I know naturally you were originally, you know, just you know, getting the oil and the gas from, you know, your, your resources. So did you buy like generators to, you know, generate this electricity or you know, did you upgrade the generators? Like tell me, you know, how your, your capital expense story happened.

So yeah, so I had Bart generators and that’s what I do. I just, I just buy a generator. I usually buy used generators that they pull out of a school systems government buildings, stuff like that, you know. So I got a couple of brokers. Yeah, yeah, exactly. So I buy used generators, so I had bought the, the generators already to run mine natural gas compressors. And so I had a lot of power sitting, but as I continued to develop the rest of my fields, I had to buy more generation just because to run the pumps. It doesn’t take as much power as it does to run the [inaudible]. So, you know, when, when I have 500 MCF that I got to build out, I had to buy more generators and I actually scattered them across the system. And so I probably got eight, eight, eight little containers that I have, you know, 700 miners and scattered across one of my fields. So I started, you know, doing where, where already head generation at the compressor site. Once I maxed that out, I said, okay, well I’ll go over to so-and-so’s property and I’ll talk to him and tell him I’m gonna stick this little container out here that’s got a satellite on it and a hammer generator generate a run into run the rest of my aches, my ICIC. So a lot of my areas have just satellite up link and it, it works great.

Really, you haven’t had any issues with the lag? No. No, not at all. No. Cause I’m like AC computers. I’m like they, they just put out kilobyte of information every five, six, 10 seconds, you know, they’re just constantly sending little kilobytes so the satellite can totally handle that

Really. Okay. What about a, I, you know, I, I’ve dealt quite a bit with the satellite, you know, data transfer and they have, you know, a cap per day. Are you getting anywhere near your data caps per day?

Oh the satellite company I use, I get unlimited up and down speeds. I do have a cell phone modem in one spot that actually shows me what I, what I use. And usually I use anywhere from seven to 10 gigabytes or a month if I’m running about 120, 150 minors. So that’s somebody I like. I think my cell phone packages like 50 gigabytes, I think. Yeah. So I don’t even come close to that. I think my daughter uses more, more in one day, four gigabytes a day. Yeah, exactly. On my cell phone plan, she probably uses 50 gigabytes in a month, so a six actually cheaper than my daughter.

So can you take us back again to the, the generator topic? You know, I have seen some discussion in that telegram group called oil, gas and Bitcoin on telegram. And you know, we’re, we’re seeing generators in the size of one megawatt or 35 megawatt, whatever it is. You know, like some of these things are huge. It sounds like you’re, you’re just kinda using whatever you can whatever’s cheap or available. So, so what does that look like? What, what how many megawatts are your generators?

Well, the generators I usually use or anywhere from a hundred to 200 kilowatts is what they are. So on a, like, let’s say it’s a, it’s a 200 kilowatt I’ll stick that and run probably almost close to 200 miners with that. So yeah. But I, I just get lots of them. I’m like, I have like 30, 30 generators, 40 generators, and but I got them scattered over five different fields, gas fields. And that’s what down here in Kentucky, a lot of the gas fields, the average whale in the state of Kentucky probably only produces seven to 10. MCF today is all the oil producers where, you know, you get up into Pennsylvania and Texas, you know, you got three, four, or 500 MCF day coming out of a, well, maybe a million, maybe a thousand. MCF wow. Coming out of a whale. Yeah. And but even, even those whales, eventually, you know, they decline every year, flush, flush production.

They, they might have a thousand MCF a day to start and then after a year they might be down to 500 MCF and you know, then they will eventually, you know, probably levels out a couple hundred MCF a day. It just depends on the whale. But as far as the generators, yeah, hi. I just kind of pick up what’s available. I always try to stay at least above a hundred kilowatt generator just because, you know, if you get at you just get so many of them. But I’m like, I do have one little gas field that only does like 10, 15, MCF data’s two. There’s two Wells over there and I run a 60 kilowatt. So I pretty much build out the generator for the amount of gas that I got. So, you know, that’s what I think some of those guys on that oil and gas telegram, telegram, site, you know, it’s like the producer has to kind of let you know how much, how much gas they got and then you design for the for the system, you know, for the gas.

So what do you do about that kind of potential volatility where, you know, the, the supply might be changing and like you said after your a year you might be getting less production. Or

I think that’s where like what I do is I usually try to put in, you know, multiple generators. I always like multiple generators just because if one goes down, I still got two more running. So my uptime, you know, if I, if a generator throws belt all the meter goes out, whatever, how long is it going to take that person to get out there and fix it? And, but I still have to run. So I always size to where like if I’m going to build out 500 MCF, I’ll, I’ll, I’ll probably do a couple, a 200 or 150 kilowatt generators and get three of them, four of them and build them out like that instead of just getting one big one. Cause if the gas does start to drop off what do you do? You have to go get a smaller generator. So where if the gas drops off, you just take one of the generators, moves it, move it someplace else, move your, move your container someplace else. And that’s what I always have multiple buildings and I have multiple breaker boxes in each building to where, you know, if I have to move regenerator out by just unhook on book one of the wires from one of the breaker boxes and take the generator.

Okay. Well that’s interesting. Let’s get back to that topic in a little bit here, but why don’t you tell us a little bit about Nova block, Ethan?

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Yeah. And, you know, I, I just want to kind of reiterate that I recently moved over all of my hash rate over to Novablock and it was because of, you know, I, I had gone with all the big popular or main pools and I was consistently seeing hash rate drop off and when I would call the data center, you know, they would look at their specs and the boards were still hashing. But when I was looking at, you know, my pool, it was showing that, you know, a board was down and I was like, there’s, you know, this has got to stop. So I went over to Novablock and so far no problems at all.

Yeah. Well excellent. So Marshall, yeah, I mean I’m just intrigued about what you’re doing and and it sounds like, so you’re, you’re, you’re maybe doing it a little bit differently or a lot differently than, than other Bitcoin miners are doing it and other gas producers are doing it. And it sounds like, like what you’re saying is, you know, forget about what’s the term you use big pipeline or big oil. And let’s, let’s just make real money that year. Dynamic and modular.

Yeah. I’m like, especially in the Appalachian basin, which is, you know, kind of Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio. Most, most producers only have, you know, a hundred, 200, 500 MCF and like there, there are the big boys that produce 5,000 MCF a day, but they still there, they have like 200 little gas fields. I’m like all these, all these Wells around here were really drilled back in the 80s seventies and eighties back up in Texas and the Pennsylvania, you know, they’d been drilling up there but nobody’s really been drilling that much in Kentucky and Ohio. They’ve tried to horizontal stuff up in Ohio, but they thought they were going to get the, Marcel is down in, down town in Ohio and it just didn’t work out. So so you, you have to build, if you’re in the Appalachian basin for the, the, the little guys and the little guys are really getting hurt right now cause natural gas is only a buck 80.

Buck 82. I checked it on Bloomberg there the other day, but it might’ve gone up a little bit, but it’s been staying below $2. We’ve had a very, very mild winter where they haven’t pulled gas out of storage, which the, you know, the brokers in long wall street always use that. They watched the storage figures. So they take a lot of gas out of storage. You’ll see natural gas go up, you know, cause they gotta put the gas back. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. But out of the 30 trillion cubic feet of gas a year that we produced in the United States, I might, about 20% of it comes from little producers like me who, you know, used to sell my gas in the pipeline company. People that have 500 MCF and less is probably the 20 to 25% of the producers, India in the United States. And they’re just, they’re just getting killed right now.

And I just wanted to get this out and let other people know that if they’re a little producer, there’s technology out there that can help them and get them more more dollars, more money, more, more profit per MCF. If you do the math equation app off a crypto mining generating electricity, man, you, I call it manufacturing crypto cause you’re taking the raw from the raw product and natural gas, you generate electricity and then you’re spitting it into AC computer and it’s popping out the currency with whichever currency or mining. If it’s Bitcoin, if it’s, you know, something else. If you run a script minors, but like equivalent, if you run and you can get almost six, $7 per rep per MCF where they’re only getting a buck 80.

Oh. Oh dear. Oh, he’s back. Alright, Mark, I have, I have another question for you, Marshall. So talking previously to, you know, other people that are in this industry, they explained that there is good gas and there’s bad gas and there’s gas that needs to be treated. Do you have any of those situations in the fields that you’re dealing with and how do you handle gas treatment if it needs to be treated?

Most of the gas here in Kentucky and in the Appalachian basin in Ohio, it’s all just dry gas. You know, the BTU is 11, 1200. Or you know, some of it might be 10, 10, 50. We don’t, we don’t have the rich gas like out in Texas. We do have a couple areas where there’s, if there’s an oil field, you’ll have some nitrogen problems with your gas. For some reason down in the NOx formation, there’s some nitrogen that comes in with the gas. But other than that it’s basically just dry gas. So as far as making sure you get your do point down, which you just dry the gas before you run it, any generators and most of it come like the gas that I put into the pipeline, I don’t, I don’t process it. If I was running a compressor I would just dry it, have to get to do point down to seven, seven pounds per million. We could have gas and and like that’s the same tasks if you were to go to the utility and hook up a generator and want to run it you know, at the, at the courthouse. It’s my gas, it’s in the pipeline and there’s no process into it and it burns just fine. So sorry.

Yeah. Good guests. Got it. Good, good, good gas, good dry gas. So one thing I’m interested in is can you tell us a little bit about flaring? Do you deal with that a lot or is it mostly in, in other places that are doing that?

Ah, that’s really out in Texas and out into the County and the Dakotas is the flared gas. There’s some people, I guess in Kentucky, if they don’t have a pipeline, they’re going to flare the gas cause you have to flare the gas, the oil and gas move together. So you just can’t pump the oil. Will you have to, you have to produce the gas and the oil at the same time. Everything’s got to come into the wellbore and then come up out of the ground. So as far as the flaring there is a huge problem out there and the Dakotas, and there’s a big problem in Texas where they, where they have to flare it, but I think, I think the big oil guys don’t think they have a problem and they don’t want to have a problem and they just want to do business as usual, which is flare the gas. And am I, if you look at the numbers you know, they, they produce a lot of gas. They, they have plans to get that gas to, you know, upstream pipelines and mid midstream pipelines. And they do the best they can to get the gas to where they don’t have to flare as punch. But most of their, I guess their their plans

Wondering problem. Can you hear me? Yep, yep. We got you. Hello? Yes, we hear you. We hear you. You’re good. Keep talking. Can you hear me? Yep. Yes. Yep. I can’t hear you guys. Maybe his screen went on power save or something.

That’s a possibility. All right. So while, while he resets yeah, that, that’s very interesting. You know, all the different different types of scenarios, you know, from very small to very large enterprise. But I’m going to talk now about Mining Disrupt. Whoo. Yes. I can’t wait for it to happen. It’s happening in the July, this summer. It’s down in Miami and it is going to be awesome. Scott and I are, are going to be, you know, main front and center contributors there and, and we’re hoping to do a lot of exciting things, so we hope to see you down there in Miami. Come say hi to us. We’d love to talk to ya. Scott, go ahead and, yeah, so I’m about to get a good deal.

So July 22nd – 23rd why don’t you just go to to.tools/mining-disrupt that disrupt, sorry spelled around here. And if you go to to.tools/mining-disrupt it will actually bring you to the Eventbrite page and on Eventbrite it’ll show a discount. Actually I already bought my ticket. So instead of, instead of saying offered Scott discount applied it says you’re going to this event. So anyway, on event bright, if you use our URL, I’ll bring it here and it’ll give you a discount on tickets. So yeah, we’re definitely looking forward to this event. It’s by miners for miners. And last year when we went, it was the first event and it ran like, like they’d been doing it for years. So this year it’s going to be even bigger and better. And yeah, so all of our prospects, our competitors, our you know, all the e-cig manufacturers, everybody is going to be there.

Everything about this industry, you know, it’s, it’s going to be a hotspot and it’s only going to be better than it was last year. So that’s why I’m so pumped. Yup. All right, we have a Marshall back with us here.

I can hear you. I do apologize back Marshall, you must be, I don’t know if met my office. I have, I pay a lot of money for this internet here, but I probably should have gone to one of my farms. I’ve probably got better, better internet out there the next year they’re at my office.

So Marshall, can you give us an idea? You know, everybody understands, you know, the cost per kilowatt hour. I think that’s a, that’s a very good common denominator. If you give a number out, people like, Oh wow, you know, that that is something, can you give us a rough idea of, you know, you’re converting this gas into electricity. What is your, your rough or general cost per kilowatt hour for this electricity?

Okay. So the cost comes down to how much do you pay for your fuel and pay for your generators depending on how you want to depreciate your generators you purchase. You know, I try to do two, three years for a little small standby, a hundred, 150 kilowatt generator that I’m running at probably half capacity. Some of the, some of the bigger generators you know, they can last 70,000 hours, may maybe every 30,000 hours. You, you rebuild them, you know, re rebuild the top end of the motor, stuff like that. I’m like, you know, you would, you would probably have to give it to your accountant and find out how, how much you can appreciate it. But I’m like, it comes down to how much you pay for your gas, how much you pay for your equipment. The, if you’re a producer, the the cost to actually fuel the generator is, is really little to nothing. It comes down to if you’re going to, let’s say, generate a hundred kilowatts of prime power which, you know it would cost you probably about $6 a day of gas for a producer. And the way you

The way it works so great for a producer who has the gas, who owns the gas has the leases is the fact that you know, you, you have the gas lease, so you’re already own 87 and a half percent of the gas, so you have to buy the other 12 and a half percent from the landowner. So pretty much your fuel cost is the expensive paint landowner for their other 12 and a half percent. Yeah. So cause you already own 87 and a half percent of the gas because you’ve leased and that’s your gas. So if at today’s price of let’s say $2, which it’s probably lower than that you know, 20, it takes about 24 to 30 MCF a day to run, let’s say a hundred kilowatts of prime power. So, you know, three, 300 MCM, I mean, three 30 MCF times $2 is 60 us six bucks. So that’s what it costs you. So, so, so you can generate electricity. A hundred kilowatts of electricity in a month’s time would what costs you a hundred, $180 a month to generate a hundred kilowatts? Yeah. Then you got to throw in the price how much you paid for that generated appreciate your. Yeah. Yeah. So am I, I always figure it cut. Like I can generate electricity for roundups of a cent. Maybe you sent in a half.

Okay. So yeah, it’s a very different world really from people who are not doing it on gas. Because you know, we’re always talking about op ex versus cap ex and, and the, the, the big struggle is, you know, where do you draw that line? Because you, you can, you can have electricity at 3 cents, you know, but then you gotta add your transformers and you know, you build out costs and all that stuff. So, yeah, it seems like it’s a, it’s a very different world that you guys are dealing with because you have maybe land that you lease or own, you have generators instead of transformers, you know, like all that stuff is very different.

Yeah. You’re going to have a sump cost of, you know, you’ve still got to operate the gas field. You know, you have to pay your land owners, you have to, you know, ensure your pipeline on, like if it’s an existing system and you’re going to put it, you know, where you’re, maybe you’re a compressor station. Used to be.

All right. It looks like okay. Hopefully he’ll, he’ll come back here.

He’s frozen with a look of fear on his face here. He’s like so yeah, on the, the comments here, we have Jeremy Chriselle, he says hello and Jonathan Eisen gives a, gives a thumbs up. Hi Jonathan. And yeah, so if anyone has any questions from our patrol, I’m simply

There, there are not any, any more comments or questions. But yeah, this is a very unique way. You know, everyone else we’ve talked to has been very you’ve taken a very like large industrial approach and this is kind of a, it’s a very lean and nimble, you know, just on the fly as you know, the resources change. You can really, you know, finally grain tune, you know, what you’re doing or what you’re producing. And I find it very fascinating. Looks like a, looks like Jeremy is saying something else here.

Crypto guy 20. Oh yeah, he’s that’s his username on is that his hologram is telegram handle. Yep.

Yeah, folks, I don’t, I don’t know if Marshall is, is going to be able to to make it back with us. But yeah, we would love to you know, hear any questions if if you guys have any questions and if not I think Scott and I are gonna have to give out Marshall’s contact information.

You to give everybody his private cell phone number right where all his gas fields are. Hey Marshall.

Okay. Sorry guys. It’s getting frustrating. I apologize. No bad. But yeah, everybody’s going to have their sub costs of, you know buying the miners, buying the containers or whatnot. But really what it, what it comes down to is the price that you can buy the generators for and the price they gassed is little to nothing just because if you own 87 and a half percent, so it’s, it’s way more economical than having to go buy it on the pipeline and pay 100% for $2 gas. Right. You gotta pay 100% instead of just paying for 12 and a half marks for being with us today. We’re gonna wrap it up. And why don’t you just tell people how they can contact, how we can reach out to you. Sure. I got a website you can go to a bit-gas.com and I have a contact form where you think she can fill out and they’ll send me a little notification on my phone and I’ll get back to you or you can email me at [email protected]. Okay. All right. So you said your website was bit-gas.com yes. Awesome. All right. I love the name man. I love it. Yup. Okay, Marshall, thanks for your time. Thank you guys so much. We’ll see you on telegram. Thanks. Bye. Bye. Yeah.

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