When Slack (WORK) listed on the NYSE this year, it was the first tech unicorn to grace American markets through a direct listing rather than the traditional Initial Public Offering (IPO). This historic event came on the heels of a growing dissatisfaction in Silicon Valley over Wall Street’s preferred path to public trading.
The year is 2029. A rogue and non-copyright protected artificial intelligence system has gained sentience and launches an Oedipal war against humanity, its creators. Our best hopes for survival lie in the child-prodigy gamers of yester-year, trained for maximum lethality in combat, vehicle operations and strategy thanks to high-performance computing servers which cuts latency to never before seen levels. This is the story of those servers.
Now that the bubble’s all but blown on cannabis courtesy of scandals and Canopy Growth (WEED.T), private funding is drying up and debt financing is where it’s at to raise funds. Most blockchain companies are still thawing out from the crypto-winter, and then there’s Vitalhub (VHI.V), which paid $2,396,520, the sum of its debentures and a 5% premium, almost a year and a half prior to their maturity date of December 7, 2020.