Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Star Capital Plc LSE:BLU London Ordinary Share GB00B02SSZ25 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.01 5.13% 0.205 38,786,916 10:05:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.19 0.22 0.205 0.195 0.195
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -0.69 -0.03 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:39:51 O 518,532 0.194 GBX

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07/8/202015:59Blue Star Capital (BLU) - investing in new technology8,553
07/8/202012:47Once in a BLU Moon?287
27/5/201914:39Blu to 0.1p. Over hyped pile of dung210
24/1/201908:07A new technology play5,931
24/6/201818:15Interview with Blue Star Capital & SatoshiPay 1

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Blue Star Capital Daily Update: Blue Star Capital Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLU. The last closing price for Blue Star Capital was 0.20p.
Blue Star Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.17p and a 12 week average price of 0.11p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.24p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.07p.
There are currently 3,755,916,184 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 43,855,967 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Star Capital Plc is £7,699,628.18.
stoxx67: indeed both you and i as long termers on this board will celebrate the day that Satoshipay comes out with something meaningful as you and i have agreed previously ; meaningful = revenue not rhetoric would also seem that the Satoshipay curse strikes yet again, each time a tweet or interview with regards satoshipay, the BLU share price takes a "bath"
stoxx67: results hardly inspiring, NAV now at 0.19 due to dilution. short term, not great, but medium , long term it would seem Tony Fabrizi and Derek Lew have hit paydirt, e-sports is here to stay and we are invested in some of the best. only need 1 of the 6 esports to hit a superb valuation and that would take BLU share price to pennies rather than fractions of. IMHO anyway.
stoxx67: i'd give up for a while if i were you DB ;) the only way to get the BLU share price moving is REVENUE we are told , in interviews, that we should have contract news / announcemnts from Satoshipay by end of June 2020, if the market can not glean a sniff of revenue from these then share price will remain stagnant and so it will go on. however , with B2B and thankfully for all shareholders, Satoshipay are the middle man in B2B transactions so can not fail to make revenue on every transaction, thus , when it does come to pass , this is a game changer and to be honest the only way Satoshipay was ever going to make any revenue, also it is the ONLY way they need to make revenue with the size of the B2B market :) Micropayments should have been binned as a gimmick many years ago, would have taken trillions of transactions to make a buck.
stoxx67: sadly we only have a £50k investment, not a mover and shaker with regards BLU share price. now if it was satoshipay that was
smithie6: so, during this virus crisis, esports can continue & is seeing growth & betting on eSports results can take place while betting on real physical sports events can not happen since all physical events have stopped, & look set to not start again for quite a while (at least the end of May/June/July phps ?, with no audiences) so, betting lovers will have moved from betting on physical events to betting on eSports events (eg. the Grand National & a racing car event this weekend had a massive number of on-line viewers) seems surprising to me that the BLU share price hasn't risen noticeably in response to the likely boost to turnover & possibilities
lagmassive: Agree with your comments also CB. SP are keen to make better use and adaption of B2B payments. By 2025 the majority of a company’s revenue will come from B2B ecommerce websites that they own and operate. The report shows that B2Bs are already planning to open up direct, online selling paths to uncover new revenue sources. hxxps:// hxxps:// In addition to share price micropayment methodology and ongoing quest to improve their UI, in my opinion share price will get bought out by either Facebook, Google of Amazon. Ok we don't know what share price income figures are as yet. However, IMO MB and his team are working in areas that in ten years time will be the norm of marketing and purchasing. Daniel Masters on board, share price team increasing and Facebook previously approaching share price team members are indicators that share price are onto something big. IMO E-sports will get the Blu share price moving firstly. Those hanging in there shall then see bigger returns as share price get attention from the big boys.However, those expecting developments yesterday are living in dream land. At this price I'll keep loading up.
kernel_pult1: Never mind those other stocks. What are Meinhard and the team going to do TODAY to generate some BUSINESS?! We are almost 2.5 years of them generating basically no revenue. No wonder the BLU share price is where it is. Forget technical analysis or comments on what the chart looks like - it’s almost irrelevant on a stock with as little trading activity as this one. January was yet another month of paying out the overheads of circa 25 sets of salaries plus however much the office costs, rates, utilities etc. Excluding today there’s 7 business days in Feb.... I wonder how the month will end up for Satoshipay? There is just absolutely no urgency whatsoever. It’s starting to make me wonder why coinsilium offloaded their stake in Satoshipay in the first place...
stoxx67: Hi CB i am extremely well versed in markets .... special situations and startups and agree with a great deal of your comments. must admit i found the concept of Satoshipay fascinating, the risk side of matters was being able to commercialise it. it always was and is an extremely speculative punt, i do like the fact that Tony Fabrizi had the smarts to diversify risk by entering into the e-sports market. this will prove to be excellent for the BLU share price, EVENTUALLY, and will do what i had hoped Satoshipay would have been doing for BLU in 2019. Satoshipay will not, to my mind, anytime soon, contribute to an advancing BLU share price. the Solar Wallet software is great, the B2B payment system is excellent, but highly competitive, getting into the gaming vertical, superb ........ you can have fantastic software and the geekery to go with it, but without revenue, whats the point ?
cyberbub: As I mentioned a few weeks ago, Satoshipay is still a very risky, loss-making, privately held company. It faces all the risks of technological obsolescence, better funded competition, failure to gain commercial traction etc. It could very easily fizzle out and vanish.But *if* Satoshi manages to gain commercial traction, *and* gains significant market share, then it's well within realms of possibility for it to be a unicorn within 2 years. Loss-making tech companies reaching a multi-billion valuation are not uncommon. Think Snapchat, Twitter etc.*If* BLU has also avoided major dilution of its interest in Satoshi by that time, then a BLU share price of 10p, 20p, maybe even 50p+ could be on the cards.No advice intended. Place your bets gentlemen.
cyberbub: Well I have always said that *if* Satoshipay gains proper commercial traction, a major could snap them up quickly for $500m - $1bn. Sound fanciful? Hardly - high-margin tech companies which are experiencing rapid growth in a major market are routinely bought for that sort of money. That could see the BLU share price go to at least 5p+ IMO.If Satoshipay gains commercial traction *and* manages to stay independent, *and* becomes the go-to micropayments solution globally, *and* avoids massive dilution, then it's no exaggeration that the BLU share price could go to 50p or £1. Sound fanciful? ASC was a 3,000-bagger over a 10-year period.Of course it's also very possible that Satoshipay goes t*ts up, or gets overtaken by competitors, and we end up with nothing! Caveat emptor etcNo advice intended.
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