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CUV Ventures (TSX-v: CUV) has BIG plans by taking perhaps just 1% or less market share from an ever growing list of markets it is aggressively targeting. For example, in the $700 billion global remittances market, 1% would be $7 billion. Heck, even just one-tenth of 1% would be $700 million. Not bad for a Company with a market cap of C$33 million. This won’t happen overnight, but the Company expects revenues to grow very rapidly in 2019 vs. 2018. There are 3 key aspects of this story; first, most revenue will enjoy high margins, second, much of the revenue will be recurring, and third, CUV Ventures is harnessing technology to disrupt banking and several online industries.
CUV Ventures’ (CUV.V) subsidiary, RevoluPay, gets temporary exemption to commence financial operations in Europe
CUV Ventures’ (CUV.V) wholly-owned subsidiary, RevoluPay, has secured temporary approval for a PSD2 License to begin full financial operations Europe.
When you’re looking to tell the story of a public company in a way that will resonate with an audience, with a succinct, tagline-sized parable, finding the words ‘multidimensional’ and ‘multidivisional’ in the first few lines of their website will give a writer reason to reach for the coffee.
when you ask Steve Marshall, CEO of CUV Ventures (CUV.V) about Cuba, he says, “It’s a lovely place. Great people. Lots of opportunity.”
So a while back I told you about a new blockchainy deal called Cuba Ventures (CUV.V). You guys liked it and it ran hard. We like when that happens.
Let’s set the scene. You’re a hotel owner. Nothing too swish, just a nice little getaway location off the truck stop, a half mile from the lake and another half from the golf course. There’s a Raddisson down the highway some and a Motel 6 up the road and the Holiday Inn Express is at the offramp by the fast food joints.
It’s been flying pretty much under the radar for the last few months (pun completely intended), but a new company called AirShare is backing into the Spearmint Resources shell (SRJ.V) and, according to rumblings, may have some news out this week.