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Minds+mach Share Chat (MMX)



Share Price: 11.00Bid: 10.75Ask: 11.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Minds+mach
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 4.65%Open: 11.00High: 11.00Low: 10.75Yesterday’s Close: 11.00


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Sundaysun
Posts: 3,032
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:10.75
SP
Fri 13:36
It is frustrating to see the SP in continual decline despite operational growth.I can understand some of the impatience this attracts.
 
SinKenKen
Posts: 1,084
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.75
RE: wait what?.inc was over $15 mil..
Fri 11:54
That£s already stated in the 1/2 yearly report & where the majority of the money has gone.
norrab1
Posts: 3,191
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:10.75
RE: wait what?.inc was over $15 mil..
Fri 11:33
$2.4 mill for withdrawing, all adds to the bottom line!

Gotta be a dividend policy announced soon, surely?
2crazy4u
Posts: 627
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
wait what?.inc was over $15 million
Fri 10:47
The winners of the auctions to run the gTLD registries for company identifiers .inc, .llc and .llp have emerged due to ICANN application withdrawals.

All three contested gTLDs had been held up for years by appeals to ICANN by Dot Registry £ an applicant with the support of US states attorneys general £ but went to private auction in September after the company gave up its protests for reasons its CEO doesn£t so far want to talk about.

The only auction won by Dot Registry was .llp. That stands for Limited Liability Partnership, a legal construct most often used by law firms in the US and probably the least frequently used company identifier of the three.

Google was the applicant with the most cash in all three auctions, but it declined to win any of them.
.inc seems to have been won by a Hong Kong company called GTLD Limited, run by DotAsia CEO Edmon Chong. DotAsia runs .asia, the gTLD granted by ICANN in the 2003 application round.
My understanding is that the winning bid for .inc was over $15 million.
If that£s correct, my guess is that the quickest, easiest way to make that kind of money back would be to build a business model around defensive registrations at high prices, along the lines of .sucks or .feedback.

My feedback would be that that business model would suck, so I hope I£m wrong.

There were 11 original applicants for .inc, but two companies withdrew their applications years ago.

Dot Registry, Uniregisty, Afilias, GMO, MMX, Nu Dot Co, Google and Donuts stuck around for the auction but have all now withdrawn their applications, meaning they all likely shared in the lovely big prize fund.

MMX gained $2.4 million by losing the .inc and .llc auctions, according to a recent disclosure.

.llc, a US company nomenclature with more potential customers of lower net worth, went to Afilias.

Dot Registry, MMX, Donuts, LLC Registry, Top Level Design, myLLC and Google were also in the .llc auction and have since withdrawn their applications. http://domainincite.com/
norrab1
Posts: 3,191
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
Indices down
Thu 16:08
All indices down today.
bakky
Posts: 4,794
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
Gentlemen please!
Thu 15:25
we are all allowed an opinion! it's healthy to look at both sides of the coin.It is very frustrating atm, but I believe it's short term.If you are in no rush to sell then it's no bother.
norrab1
Posts: 3,191
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
Fact
Thu 15:14
And stop lying, there are no "zero buys"! In fact buys are outdoing sells
norrab1
Posts: 3,191
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
RE: For Sale er right
Thu 15:10
You are not being realistic, you are being emotional and this clouds your objectivity. Some of the statements you are making are simply untrue. The facts are there for everyone to see. Stop making things up to calm your emotions. There is alot of evidence that supports cognitive distortion when one is in a emotional state. Fix the real problem!
Imnotsurebut
Posts: 1,270
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
RE: For Sale er right
Thu 14:51
Norrab I'm not being negative, I'm just being realistic. We all have great things to say about progress and management but at the moment the share price is falling, there are zero buys and for a company with "such good prospects" none of it makes sense.. Being optimistic is one thing but in the face of a falling share price and no new investors it's a little head in the sand in my opinion. You might say the share price isn't relevant but to a potential buyer seeing the share price fall and zero interest from new investors it wouldn't be good news. Like I said earlier for me to move on would mean a taking a loss which I'm not prepared to do at the moment. Remember at this point the only people taking a risk with MMX is the share holders and the only people making money from MMX is the salaried staff... If the company is in negotiations with a third party why not say, but without saying who?
bakky
Posts: 4,794
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
RE: meanwhile..
Thu 14:35
yes Norrab, let's hope at a good price too, no freebies either I hope!




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