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Roxy Jacenko reveals how she and husband Oliver Curtis cope living in different states

Roxy Jacenko reveals how she and husband Oliver Curtis cope living in different states after he joined his father in a Bitcoin start-up in Tasmania


PR queen Roxy Jacenko has revealed how she and husband Oliver Curtis handle living in different states for work. 

During a Q&A with fans on Instagram on Tuesday, Roxy spoke about how they manage long distance with a family amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The 42-year-old, who is based in Sydney, revealed that Oliver flies back from his new base of Tasmania every Friday now that borders are open. 

How they do it: Roxy Jacenko revealed on Tuesday how she and husband Oliver Curtis cope living in different states – after he joined his father in a bitcoin startup in Tasmania

Oliver joined his father in a bitcoin start up business in Tasmania. 

She joked at first that living and working interstate makes their marriage of ten years work. 

‘How do you and your husband manage living in different states?’ one fan asked Roxy.

‘It’s probably why he still likes me,’ Roxy jokingly replied. 

'It's probably why he still likes me!' She joked at first that living and working interstate makes their marriage of ten years work

‘It’s probably why he still likes me!’ She joked at first that living and working interstate makes their marriage of ten years work

‘He is doing very well with work so I am happy – I’ve got lots on as do the kids so it works. At least now the borders have opened he can come back on Fridays – prior he was in Tassie full time,’ she added. 

Last year Oliver, 37, made a long-awaited return to the finance industry – five years after he was jailed over insider trading.

The father-of-two is not permitted to run or serve as a director of a business until June 2022 as part of a court-ordered mandate.

'He is doing very well with work so I am happy - I've got lots on as do the kids so it works. At least now the borders have opened he can come back on Fridays - prior he was in Tassie full time,' she added

‘He is doing very well with work so I am happy – I’ve got lots on as do the kids so it works. At least now the borders have opened he can come back on Fridays – prior he was in Tassie full time,’ she added

He is gearing up to take Bitcoin mining business Firmus Grid to the ASX for 2022. 

He serves as the company’s chief operating officer while his father Nick – who made his fortune in mining selling rare minerals – is chairman.

Oliver’s role, which is well within the guidelines of his court order, does not directly manage the finances and is helping to shape the company as it seeks to become the first of it’s kind on the Australian stock exchange. 

The Tasmania-based bitcoin mining operation is seeking to raise $55 million to land on the ASX market this year, the Australian Financial Review reported.

In addition to the bitcoin mining, Firmus operates a renewables-powered cloud service and ‘innovative data centre company’.

New gig: Oliver joined is father in a bitcoin start up business. He serves as the company's chief operating officer while his father Nick - who made his fortune in mining selling rare minerals - is chairman

New gig: Oliver joined is father in a bitcoin start up business. He serves as the company’s chief operating officer while his father Nick – who made his fortune in mining selling rare minerals – is chairman

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