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Research reduces risk. The last RNS has plenty of information to research. Here's what I've found. All makes for a seriously low market cap.
Taken from the Policy paper CTEA have been invited to "contributing from the perspective of a future identity service provider".
Copy and paste of the first few para's, link if you want to read more.
It has become increasingly important in this digital age to be able to establish trust, particularly online. This is the foundation thriving markets are built on. Having an agreed digital identity that you can use easily and universally will be the cornerstone of future economies.
There are times in day-to-day life when you may be asked to prove something about yourself to access a service or product. When buying alcohol you may need to prove you are over 18. When opening a bank account you need to certify who you are and where you live. When starting a new job you need to clear pre-employment screening.
This might be easy if you have a passport or driving licence and you are able to offer these face to face. At other times it can be difficult. You may not have recognised physical documents or may not be able to travel to prove you are who you say you are. Physical documents can also be stolen, falsified or misplaced. They can be expensive to replace and their loss can lead to identity theft and fraud.
This government is committed to solving these problems digitally and without the need for a national identity card.
Read more here...
Catenae is pleased also to announce that, further to an extensive review of the Company's organisational and security processes, the Company was awarded ISO 27001 following an audit on behalf of the International Standards Organisation (ISO). The Company was also awarded a Cyber Essentials accreditation. The Cyber Essentials scheme is operated on behalf of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
ISO/IEC 27001 is an international standard on how to manage information security. The standard was originally published jointly by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in 2005 and then revised in 2013. It details requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and continually improving an information security management system (ISMS) – the aim of which is to help organizations make the information assets they hold more secure. A European update of the standard was published in 2017. Organizations that meet the standard's requirements can choose to be certified by an accredited certification body following successful completion of an audit.
Thank you for taking time to replying Gary and for your balanced take on things. As I said, I’m happy to sit on this and see where it goes - and accept the potential consequences! It’s risk at the end of the day. I’m invested in a few companies now - some were tips whereas this one was my own pick. The LSE boards are quite fascinating - the posts seem to go from one extreme to the other often in a regular 24 cycle :-) !!!
Paul 04 10 ... don’t beat yourself up about the 4.1p buy in price... it really depends when you join ... 6p was touted as ridiculously cheap when it had its last foray towards 8p and the subsequent drift. I remember saying on here in the high threes /low fours last time that “you won’t lose money at these levels” as we subsequently drifted just south of 2p.
Problem is it’s just impossible to value this thing ... the tech is there.. GDPR compliant... clearly some form of pas sporting is coming ... but the ‘big brother central government wanting to control my life brigade’ either don’t go on holiday/travel or have to concede.
National contract and rollout with us pivotal years involved and you have to say ... life changing rise. Contracts and an income stream is what we lack. Good ideas (innovation refQFI) and a lack of money renders your business a ‘dud’ and a decline into obvivion.... this surely has traction and therefore 3.25 versus Nil ... or 20p ...30p or greater for the holy grail makes it a great investment.
Shares of digital passport contender, @Catenae_ (CTEA) enjoyed a late rally. This was off the back of traders getting excited regarding an interview on @BBCLondonNews Meyer discussed how #CTEA can support a potential vaccination passport scheme @marcashdown
Depends on the 7.30am RNS!
Has to be 20-30p....... :P
At this point I would say...seriously.....ok, realistically then.....probably about 3-4p
Thoughts on Monday opening price chaps
I must admit that I bought into the share on the back of the COVID angle. I’m relatively new to investing and to LSE. I guess that these boards are a reflection on life in general - by that I mean people trying to influence you for their own personal gain in many cases. I’ve done my own research on the covid angle for this and other shares. I decided to punt a few thousand in here at 4.1p which wasn’t the best price and many of you will no doubt gasp at! Made worse by a significant price drop the day after I bought in too!! I’m happy to wait and see where it goes though. And afterall, it’s a learning game and no point pulling out too early just because of that. I’d be interested to know what contributors on here think a realistic (as opposed to aspirational) SP will be as the year progresses?
It's a good job Ferdie this share isn't only involved in government covid passports? If we confirm the contract with the NYSE engineering company or with another large firm it will multibag. The government part is the cherry on top of what i didn't know we had.
All I am saying is let’s not rock the boat let the people behind the scenes do their work . We don’t need to ramp it , it will go where it needs to go or it won’t .
You lost me , what is a post to do with anything, this share will not multi bag unless the government wants COVID passport
You really do talk some on here as if you know it all
I’m in CTEA and thinking to myself be quiet and wait for the RNS
The time is close please everyone think about what you post .
Huge future for CTEA. Make no mistake - by being involved with the U.K. government & the Scottish government will without doubt open doors. It puts them on a national map. Any deals they try to secure will be in the knowledge that CTEA have done business with Top Office. For a tiny tiny company that’s a huge deal
Can everyone on here please be careful when posting , stuff gets copied onto Twitter .
Any excuse for people to agitate against the technology will be used . I suggest radio silence.
Let the people behind the scenes do their jobs , this is going to happen they don’t need our help / hindrance .
"I reported your earlier post because you said ‘they didn’t have the money to pay their staff’ which was not true."
If you check back, you will see that post did not come from me so it was not me that you reported. CTEA of course have enough money to pay staff - they have issued more than enough additional shares and warrants over the past year to be able to pay the staff and the directors.
Secondly, there is nothing to stop a company announcing in their RNS whether new contracts will produce income for the company or not. They do not have to reveal confidential details to make that statement. The lack of any reference to the deployments you mention being contractual, income producing, or another "free testing pilot" is telling in my view.
However I take your point. Let's wait for the full year results to be published in June, and lets see if CTEA's income for the year exceeds the £100,000 they had in sales last year. I will happily apologise to you at that time if CTEA announce the increase in income that you seem to be expecting. If you are still around that is.
By all means report this post too if you wish.
Great post Trek.
This is a massive boom time for CTEA.
Don’t forget there is all of South Africa to get deals with. And I expect, with their JV, that they will.
The whole ‘African diseases’ element was always going to be a big part of their business model.
So so so much going on right now for CTEA. Ignore any derampers, they would’ve held in the past & so clearly don’t want to see the SP rise.
Focus on the huge opportunity CTEA have right now AND post covid
I reported your earlier post because you said ‘they didn’t have the money to pay their staff’ which was not true.
This time you start off by agreeing with me and the irony is my cautionary observation was aimed at some of your posts. As you attempt to draw the reader with your missive by agreeing on the wider points, ‘reading the RNS’s’; You then throw this in...
‘ Until you see an announcement of a signed income-producing contract, of which they currently have none, ‘
which is another untruth that you hope others will now believe because of your earlier concurrence. So having been an LSE user for many years and only ever reported a couple of posts I find myself reporting two of yours in as many days for lying. I welcome a debate, indeed it is healthy but one cannot debate with a liar.
RNS 27th January....
The Company's Covid-19 testing platform, in which it securely records and feeds results into Public Health England's database for use by the NHS' Test and Trace service, continues to be deployed by companies across a range of sectors, and has recently been implemented by:
· The pharmacy sector with 18 pharmacies;
· A festive season outdoor event (as announced on 15 December 2020);
· A major UK mobile operator; and
· Badminton England (as announced on 15 December 2020)”
It is normal for a business not to RNS the commercial details of a contract, I would hope that is obvious even to you! So are you saying that these 18 pharmacies, NHS, a major UK mobile operator and Badminton England (see 15 December 2020 RNS) expose their peoples data, their businesses integrity to anyone without any contractual obligations and that it’s all for free!
You are reported and imo you should be banned, I suggest others report the post as well. Deramping and sowing doubt seems to be part of the game but lying is despicable!
You are either in or your out...simple. Ctea are in a great position now, with all the interest in covid passport atm. For those on board, fasten your seat belts and all those looking on, don't say you weren't told..gla
So the higher we go the more bitter he will become..
If you look has his past posts you will see he lost monies on Milestone and is just bitter.
Recent post belie and you will see he was not as bitter before the big rise we had.
“Yes, I go back to the Milestone days too. Anyone who has been around this company for 5 or 6 years, like us, has a right to be suspicious” Good luck though to all!
Clearly sold at a loss now bitter wasting his time trying to deramp as it’s about to become a multibagger!
Mitch, you either have panicked here and sold at a lose, didn’t get back on board Friday and worried about Monday morning after the coverage on BBC News. You clearly want a lower entry price. Pmsl
I agree with the importance of reading an RNS. I disagree with your assessment of the future potential of this company though. Are you investors too, like me or waiting for an entry point or short the stock?
I have just skimmed through the BB and it is absolutely clear that many postershaven’t even read the las 6 months RNS’s.
There is a tab at the top of this page titled CTEA live RNS. Click on that. Ignore all the price monitoring ones and read the other ones. I suggest going back a year to get the story. Some of us anoraks read much more but once you have done that then resume posting with a little more understanding and conviction.
Apologies about the ‘eggs’ but such is the frustration of some of the posts here, many are complete obfuscation.
I wouldn’t worry about that come Monday. Will be open up far higher. National press. This is massive