A: I do not own an individual piece of Saffron. Saffron is produced, owned by Noxus and sold online, which is our primary source of revenue. Our sole focus, as every business, is to have a healthy business. The product is always evolving, as that is our primary focus. That being said, we have made no decision to sell the rest of Saffron.
Q: Why would you make a change in revenue?
A: Because we are not profitable. No, I am not going to disclose the financial condition of the business, but it’s not very profitable. The reason for that is because it is not the main source of revenue. I do not want to make something people think we’re doing something wrong because it isn’t.
Q: Is Saffron business profitable?
A: Yes. Saffron is also a great source of revenue. We don’t make money on it and people just buy it. We actually make a lot of money off of Saffron because we sell the product for 5 dollars. So it makes sense to make the change.
Q: What’s the deal with the Saffron business?
A: My company is called Noxus. The official name is Nexus. It’s not an old name. I did just change it for the new name. The new business we’re doing now is called Nexus. The other business is called Noxus Entertainment. It’s not an old name (laughs).
Q: How is the company?
A: It’s a little behind schedule. We were supposed to be shipping the Saffron beta in the first quarter of this year, but we were delayed because of some licensing issues. We’re shipping the beta today, it’s great. We have a lot of plans coming up with the new product launch.
Q: How do you know everything will launch on time?
A: It’s easy. You just make sure everyone’s excited.
Q: How will the new product launch at the same time as the current product? Will it be a standalone product or on the Nexus app store?
A: We are working with Noxus to make a launch date. We are working on it so that the Nexus experience is more consistent than an app store. I don’t want it to be a Nexus app store, because it wouldn’t mean anything right. I think if you can make
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