One of the most ignored aspects of the recent blow up of blockchain and cryptocurrency stocks has been the value inherent in alt-currencies being held by companies in the space as they do their work.
Lost in the commotion of the rush to crypto/blockchain (and weed, and lately lithium and cobalt) is a company that, a few months back, investors couldn’t get enough of.
Trading halts are the worst. even when the halt is on positive news, investors sit waiting to be able to get their money back, sometimes for days, sometimes for months, and when the light finally turns green to buy and/or sell again, there’s always a healthy swathe of folks who are just going to get out, no matter what.
The big bitch on Bitcoin from most commentators, myself included, is that the cryptocurrency isn’t really a currency if people aren’t using it to buy stuff.
When I invested in Lottogopher’s (LOTO.C) pre-listing financing a few months back, I did so for one very important reason; I’d met the CEO and knew the guys doing the deal, and had a very high opinion of both. The idea was strong, but the people necessary to roll it out properly were there, which made my decision to get in a total gimme.
California online lottery ticket dotcom Lottogopher (LOTO.C) has had a ripping last few trading days as Powerball fever gripped the west coast.
My day began lazily Tuesday, as I reached for my phone, taking my first few blinks of the new morning. My usual path is to check the NY Times to see what madness Trump has unleashed overnight, then Facebook and Twitter.
I’ve been waiting for a while on this one. Lottogopher (LOTO.C), a company that allows, for the first time, California lottery players to buy tickets online, is about to land on the Canadian public markets this coming Tuesday.
Reviving an old series based around who’s doing deals downtown today, this is today’s Friday recap on who I’ve been chatting with over the past week.