As we know, all things come to those who wait. Firstly, you must have missed me and my reviews and here I am. Still don't believe that old saying? Not only have I come back but, since it's been a while, some things have changed. Apparently, nowadays you do not really need money. Did you know that? All you need is love. And feons. Yes, that's right amigos, feons.
To start with, according to Feon Pay, our today's protagonist, "feon is the payment unit of the Feon Pay payment service [...] used for the allocation of the profit among all users of the system" whose course rate is "mathematically calculated due to further development and cross-currency exchange rates" and "changes every morning except weekends". A completely unique idea, Feon Pay combines the concept of community and crowdfunding with Monopoly. At least that is what comes to my mind when I read about a currency that's not a "real world" currency. But what is truly reminiscent of the real world conditions is that when feons grow all the participants get a chunk of the profit, meaning a share of the profit. As "the first crowd investing payment system", this UK-registered company (7 Water Street, Liverpool L2 0RD, company registered under 09780999 on September 16, 2015) wants to create "the largest payment service which is loyal to customers". Community, loyalty, innovation – this is what Feon Pay seems to be about.