“I F N L O T E” inspired by Japanese “E n d i n g N o t e”

“Leave your moment of life on blockchain IFNLOTE securely and permanently”

An “Ending Note” is a notebook in which someone can write down important records and messages, before they depart this life, for the people they will leave behind. It is a widespread practice in Japan, even among active middle-aged people, because it is easier to write an Ending Note than a so-called “Will”, and because it can be a good opportunity to reflect on one’s own life in writing.
Many kinds of Ending Notes have been available in Japan from publishers, non-profit organizations and government. However, In today’s globalized world, there is an increasing demand from people who wish to leave Ending Notes for close friends, partners and families.

In response to these demand, we decided to develop blockchain dApp “IFNOTE” which is going to be blockchain version of Ending Note and it will be launched on Q3 this year.

Ending Note was also made into a movie which is a Japanese documentary film released in 2011. It was produced by Hirokazu Koreeda, a former assistant director of Iwai Shunji, and recorded by Tomoaki Suna, his father and main character. In Japan, Mami Sunada took charge of narration, and Han Ji-min participated in narration in Korea and opened it on November 29, 2012.

“Every moment of life is worth writing and Unrecorded is not remembered.”