Hi everybody, this is probably my first post on these forums but i'v been with the game since 2008 and i definitely spent a few hundred hours playing or just sitting in the Trader market and trading DKs and LKs. I don't have much time lately so i'm not active but i visit the forums from time to time to know what's going on. And lately it's mostly about how Pox is dying etc. which bothers me because i really love it. I'm a software developer and i work in a software development company. We do very wide range of thing - from apps for banks to our own startups. Recently we are trying to focus on blockchain things because that's where a shitload of money and fun is currently. I don't know how much you know about blockchain and smart contracts but it's starting to be a great platform for various applications. At first there were mostly some nerdy things, also lotteries etc., but now it's games and collectibles and fintech. You might have heard about CryptoKitties - that's a blockchain collectible "game". Collectibles naturally fit on blockchain because it guarantees that a) the player is the only true owner of collectibles and they can't be taken from him b) the player can trade with his collectibles freely anyhow as he wishes. Look at opensea.io - it's third party app where it's possible to trade collectiblees from various games and other blockchain assets. So it's just an idea which came on my mind today - but what if Pox also migrated to blockchain? It would be a great fit! Pox has a great, stunning artworks and lore. Just look at the various other games at opensea - they are nowhere compared to Pox. This definitelly catches your eyes. Pox has also a great gameplay so it also can attract more skilled players. Most of current games on blockchain don't have that yet, they are created blockchain-first which means they are very simple right now. I also think it could be very interesting for a lot of blockchain investors. That could get Pox enough money to finance the transition, fixing the client, and a lot more. For investors it's also great that Pox already has some proved history. I don't know what's the current situation with the DOG but whoever controls the game think about it for a minute please. It could definitely resurrect it into a profitable thing again. Feel free to reach me here or on firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know anything more. I could dedicate some free time for consulting/developing(although i'm mostly a Ruby/JS/Web developer) or anything which would help Pox for free - i really don't want it to shut down. If you would take it seriously i could also try to get you in contact with my more business oriented colleagues which could help with the business side and contacts to investors. Just my 2 cents. Have a nice day!