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  1. It seems so when you look at the diagrams with KBX and KCC and KFN etc. but if you were to compare this set up to a global bank that allows you to wire money all over the world, which is the direction Kinesis seem to be heading in, this is really not that complex at all. They look very good but they are being shown in isolation. Somebody, somewhere in the Kinesis "economy" is paying for those yields out of the 4.5bps transaction fees and the KCC revenue. If you want to wire $1000 (in KAUs) your Kinesis account will be debited $1004.50 as I understand it. To cover the overheads / yields on passive participation like KVT yield and the cost of running the Kinesis platform, more must be deducted in charges than all KAU / KAG holders will receive in yields in aggregate across all of Kinesis. If you're a participant sitting back and collecting a holders yield you're a net recipient from the system but it also means someone else is paying lots of 4.5bps to pay for your holders yield and so a net contributor. Are these contributors willing to do this? That depends on whether Kinesis transaction fees are competitive when compared to the alternatives they have available.