no, doesn't seem to address that issue one way or the other.
it seems to be a rather long-winded way of announcing that rob terry and friends think that there may be money to be made by getting into the crowd-funding lark, & so they will be setting up a section of qpe supposedly dedicated to that. ...peter shea from DAN is invited into the QPE board in the meanwhile... (good to keep close to you those who know where some bodies are buried?)
? presumably there might be an intention to use interest in crowd-funding as a mechanism at some stage to let them issue more shares in DAN, by permitting eager beaver crowd-funders to take part in some DAN wizard wheeze? - with QPE then using the crowd-funded price as a way to try to claim a higher book value on its existing DAN stake?
that's just me speculating. RT has twists & turns like a python.
meanwhile, quob seems to be lowering the minimum amount needed for pis who want to buy into quob shares.
note that epsilon have charges held over the company assets (i think all of them?) registered at companies house [as per recent share puppets update]. so if DAN does default/go into administration, even though epsilon's shares would be wiped out, it seems that they would then become the owners of the entire company anyway ...
... so epsilon might actually quite like the idea of company going into administration?
... i don't know what that would mean for RT; perhaps depends what link he has with epsilon?- if any, lol.
Thanks Guesstimation. But with RT holding 9% (?) DAN shares and other big share holders as well, the company may not go into administration otherwise it will nullify their shares as well, and the big players that they are, they must be looking at ways to protect their investments.
What is the value of shares that some of us still hold with Dan? Will they become valid if/when Dan is listed again somewhere and starts trading, and at what value, and therefore still have a worth for as long as Dan as a company exists. Or are they useless as whenever Dan starts trading again they will issue new shares and the old shares will have zero value? Any suggestions/ideas?
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