Hi guys just saw this postes. Quite informative and certainly alleviated some of my general concerns about energy usage with BTC - notably the point that americas christmas lights uses more than a 3rd world country
I know we're ARB but only 7 minute read and is helping me to learn more about some of the bigger BTC issues
We did ok initially with our fast trask uplistings through OTC getting to over 4 dollars. Id prefer us to be at a higher price herr and slightly more well established in the US with texas news so we really LAUNCH on to the nasdaq.
I feel right now it would be wasted but maybe exposure is the way to go? Im in no rush and if you believe in bitcoin this is going to be a monster either way
RE: PW refusing to talk about a potential US (NASDAQ) listing, is that a hint that it's in the process a14 Apr 2021 12:46
I accept the logic here of calamari and others however not every ceo is as publicly engaged with their shareholders as peter is. It is possible that i cant comment is the best possible wordage for something that will neither disuade nor persuade investors.
I accept it may not be regulatory and its hard to find info on it
RE: PW refusing to talk about a potential US (NASDAQ) listing, is that a hint that it's in the process a14 Apr 2021 10:46
I just watched the q and a which i really enjoyed. Hes a very likeable chap.
I personally dont think nasdaq is on the table in the immediate future. Its something thats been foisted on to this company from the social media rumour mill and besides "no comment" from the ceo i dont see anything that suggests it.
I believe he literally can not comment whether they have applied OR NOT as it is against regulations - its nice to speculate but we have plenty of time - right now the US market has so many people selling for quick gains that it could potentially hurt argo anyway.
Give me 12 months of record revenues and a presence in texas before nasdaq
Price will follow - of course we need bitcoin to do its thing also!
We're in a great position in that we mine efficiently the worlds most "expensive" currency