AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT…

Having had a sensational week in Tokyo last week, I am now back in Melbourne for a few days and have had the chance to draw breath and reflect on FENIX and how things are progressing… And the first thing that sprung to mind on this crisp Melbourne morning with not a cloud in the sky, was that no matter how gruelling this all is, working on FENIX is awesome…

What FENIX is doing is changing the music landscape and doing it the right way — and that’s something that we are all very proud of. We are trying to use technology to create an environment where everyone wins — the bands, their fans, people who dream of access to artists but don’t have the faintest idea of how to go about it.

There is no denying that FENIX is exciting and to be able to work on projects like this, with a great team of individuals is indeed a privilege.

Tokyo last week went really, really well — people who had never thought about the music industry got what FENIX was trying to do, and everyone was supportive, even if many of their appetites for ICOs at the moment is diminished.

I had some great meetings with partners, potential partners and other parties trying to understand the FENIX proposition and how they can get involved. And importantly, as always happens when I speak to new people, lots of new ideas came up.

Everyone views FENIX differently and it is these perspectives that open up new uses for the platform. I am now working with Allan, Lance, Geordie and the tech team on implementing a number of these ideas, as well as pushing as hard as we can to deliver product widely and on time. I am also finalizing a more formal blog addressing a number of questions raised in Tokyo and elsewhere in the last couple of weeks — should be out in the next couple of days…

So now its time to get back to the grind, as soon as I finish my Chocolate Brownie Overnight Oats (recipe by the girls at theapmovement.com — which is a great new project — check it out)…

Have a great day
Richard

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