Hey, folks. I am pleased to tell you that the Flippening Podcast is back. It’s been over a month since we published the last episode, and frankly, I didn’t know if we were going to continue doing them. The Flippening Podcast, if you’ve ever heard if you’ve ever heard an episode, for example, the Security Token Documentary, it’s something that takes a lot of time to put together, to put [00:00:30] content together in simple content that’s produced at that level. There’s a lot of scripting, there’s scripting of intros and outros. There’s a lot of post production editorial work, and frankly, there’s a lot that goes into it. And I don’t know honestly about every day or so someone hits me up and wants to be on the podcast, and often it’s these podcast PR firms that [00:01:00] are trying to get their CEO or the CEO of a company that’s hired them to be on the podcast, and I don’t think they have any idea how much time I’ve put onto this. Someone casually shows up because they’re doing a ‘podcast tour’, and we record them for an hour. And then after that, it’s like hours of work go into getting that episode live probably. Probably eight hours per episode. No joke.
[00:01:30] And so just to actually clarify, so far no one who’s ever reached out to me to be on the Flippening Podcast has been booked with one exception. It’s all been people I reach out to and ask.
So we’re starting the Flippening Podcast back up again, and like I might have said before, I didn’t know if we were going to bring it back. Honestly, [00:02:00] I look at the top crypto podcasts and I would count the Flippening a couple months ago, I would put the Flippening in that category when we were releasing episodes on a regular basis. But the top crypto podcasts generally aren’t run by people that are also CEOs of product companies. At least product companies in the software space versus perhaps the media space. And [00:02:30] that’s because it takes a lot of time. So in the time that’s past since we posted the last episode, a bunch of people reached out asking what had happened, and basically making the case for bringing it back. And we had an internal debate about whether or not to proceed with the podcast, and after a lot of deliberation, I decided it was worth doing but I needed some help.
So [00:03:00] we hired someone who’s going to be essentially the producer for the podcast. So we have an editor but now we have an editor and a producer, and they’re going to be able to help with everything from concepting the shows to helping with distribution to concepting things. And it’s really exciting. And I believe if all this goes right that [00:03:30] it’s going to require much less of my time than it did before because of the producers who’s job is going to be to focus on this. It’s not a full-time position. They do other things as well.
So anyway, lots of great stuff is on the way, and I think you can expect starting maybe starting next week … I think you can expect [00:04:00] that episodes will be released every week, every single week, maybe even more frequently than that if we can get our act together. And as of today, hopefully by the time you’re listening to this, but if not, a few hours after we release this, the first new episode will be live, which is actually part two of the deep dive we were doing on decentralized exchanges.
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