Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Star Capital LSE:BLU London Ordinary Share GB00B02SSZ25 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.015p +5.45% 0.29p 31,032,836 15:07:44
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0.27p 0.31p 0.305p 0.275p 0.275p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 5.46

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Blue Star Capital Daily Update: Blue Star Capital is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLU. The last closing price for Blue Star Capital was 0.28p.
Blue Star Capital has a 4 week average price of 0.24p and a 12 week average price of 0.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.69p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.13p.
There are currently 1,881,471,741 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,900,536 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Star Capital is £5,456,268.05.
doodlebug4: My niece is a Doctor of Psychology. Two Lithium tablets and lie in a dark room 3rd eye. Life goes on whatever the BLU share price is tomorrow.
pwhite73: Thegrumpster Thanks for your links proving ZEBBO is a liar. Onto your point about a merger with STP. There are no synergies between the two. STP is a blockchain technology company. BLU is a loss making two bit AIM investment company riding the blockchain wave with 1.7B shares in issue of which 90% are held by PIs. BLU contributes to some of STP funding requirements by diluting existing shareholders. Barclays Bank may provide loans to your local butcher. There are no synergies between the two. We await further good news on STP to boost the share price of BLU. oakville There is no link between BLU and Stellar now cut it out.
doodlebug4: The rise in the BLU share price is due to the investment in SatoshiPay - end of.
myro117: Telegraph article: Blue Star update on SatoshiPay Source: SMW Blue Star Capital's 31%-held SatoshiPay has agreed to partner with the Stellar Development Foundation as the underlying cryptocurrency ledger for SatoshiPay's settlement system. In an update, Blue Sta said: 'Since its 2015 initial product launch SatoshiPay has relied on the Bitcoin network to settle nanopayments. 'Initially Bitcoin transaction fees were negligible, however, as previously announced, due to Bitcoin's rising popularity in 2017, combined with stalling scalability improvements, it became clear that Bitcoin's original vision of a peer to peer electronic cash system was no longer viable for everyday transactions. 'To sustain and enhance SatoshiPay's business model based on frequent low-value payments, SatoshiPay has been exploring alternatives to replace Bitcoin with a more suitable distributed ledger technology. 'During the process of designing the software architecture for a switch to a new ledger technology, it became evident that hardwiring a new cryptocurrency to SatoshiPay's updated system was potentially inefficient and instead they started abstracting all cryptocurrency ledger operations - like wallet creation - into a layer between SatoshiPay's business logic and the underlying ledger. 'Using this layered approach, the switch from one default ledger to another would become relatively easy and SatoshiPay would no longer be locked into a specific ledger or blockchain. 'This multiple ledger approach should ultimately allow SatoshiPay to use different ledgers depending on the requirements of corporate clients or industry verticals of its nanopayment settlement platform. 'Having carried out extensive testing on alternative ledgers SatoshiPay has concluded that Stellar is the preferred default ledger. 'Stellar was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco. 'Stellar received initial funding through credit card payment processor Stripe and IBM has recently announced that its using Stellar in their blockchain banking platform. Stellar's cryptocurrency Lumen has a current market capitalisation of approximately €423 million.' Blue Star said SatoshiPay's decision to chose Stellar was based on its extremely low fees (currently 0.00003 cents per operation) and fast settlement (approximately 5 seconds to confirmation) allowing SatoshiPay to settle all transactions in real-time and directly on the distributed ledger. It said that this should mean that in the future, publishers using the SatoshiPay network would receive funds within seconds after a consumer pays for content. Blue Star chief executive Tony Fabrizi said: 'SatoshiPay's business model continues to evolve and the upcoming launch of the new ledger technology through Stellar is further evidence of the company's ability to evolve in a fast changing environment and to attract strong partners. 'The ability to switch between different ledgers depending upon the requirements should provide significant benefits and allow SatoshiPay the widest possible flexibility to meet customer requirements.' At 8:06am: (LON:BLU) Blue Star Capital PLC share price was +0.1p at 0.44p
cyberbub: Looks very similar to the BLU share price... although they're only very loosely related.
doodlebug4: Lol. I hardly think whether or not I'm thick is going to have any bearing whatsoever on the BLU share price.
3rd eye: Blue Star Capital plc (LON:BLU), the investing company with a focus on technology and its applications within media and gaming, announces an update following its announcement on 2 March 2017 regarding its further investment in SatoshiPay (“Investment”) and issue of 268,213,880 new ordinary shares of Blue Star to FastFoward as consideration for the Investment (the “Announcement”). At the time of entering into the SPA regarding the Investment, as a result of the Consideration Shares to be issued to FastForward comprising approximately 21.7 percent. of the issued share capital of the Company, the Directors of Blue Star Capital Plc considered that it was in the best interests of shareholders for the Consideration Shares to be subject to a staged lock-in agreement over a period of 9 months (“lock-in arrangements”). Following the Announcement and completion of the Investment, the Directors believe that the lock-in arrangements may have led to the share price of Blue Star under-performing compared to the Director’s expectations whilst shareholders and potential new investors wait for each lock-in period to end. Taking this into account and the strong interest in the Company’s placing of new ordinary shares in January 2017, the Directors have agreed that, subject to the broker finalising arrangements to place out the existing Consideration Shares to a variety of investors on terms that the Directors consider are acceptable, the lock-in arrangements may be terminated. The Directors believe that this will be in the best interests of shareholders.
edpick: Comedy, why are you making a big deal out of these warrants? The share price has got to hit those levels and then Coinsilium can choose to exercise or not? They're irrelevant at the moment? Was just thinking about the future value of Satoshipay. Let's say an average transaction they undertake is 20p, with Satoshipay taking 2p of that. Let's also say (generously) that they operate on a net profit margin of 50%, so 1p profit on average for every transaction. Based on the current share price of BLU, gives Satoshipay a market cap of roughly £30m. Let's say (generously) that the market values Satoshipay in the future on a PE of 15. So to justify the market cap of £30m, Satoshipay would need to make £1.5m profit. So achieve this, they would need to process 150m transactions. Of course all of this is total pie in the sky at present. Just making the point that, in my eyes, to justify the current BLU share price, Satoshipay should be processing 150m transactions per year. Can someone tell me how many they are processing please? Or what they are projecting going forward? Or is it just a "concept" at the moment?
edpick: Net assets of Blue Star as at 09/2016 were stated at £1,757,165. Of which around £150,000 was in investments other than Satoshipay. Blue Star have agreed to buy 12% of Satoshipay off Coinsilium for 725k euros. This values the whole of Satoshipay at 6m euros. Blue Star will own 31% of Satoshipay following the 0.2p placing, so their investment in Satoshipay after this will be worth 1.86m euros. Plus the £150k I'm Blue Star's other investments gives net assets of no more than £2m. At a share price of 0.43p this gives Blue Star a market cap of £7.2m following the placing. So we can see this investors are paying a huge premium at current prices. The share price should find its level somewhere around 0.12p, which would reflect the recent valuation of Satoshipay. Something very amiss for the share price to reach such high levels at the moment. Those in the placing are more than doubling their money at present. Who are they profiting from?
comedy: Q&A with Anthony Fabrizi Chief Executive Officer at Blue Star Capital PLC (LON:BLU) Blue Star Capital PLC (LON:BLU) Chief Executive Officer Anthony Fabrizi caught up with DirectorsTalk for an exclusive interview to discuss their re-investment in SatoshiPay Q1: Now Tony, you’ve announced this morning that FastForward no longer have an interest in the ordinary shares of the company, can you share your thoughts with us regarding the reason for the FastForward stake change? A1: Yes, as you will be aware, some weeks ago Blue Star issued shares in its self to acquire another 10% of SatoshiPay and FastForward bought those shares, or took those shares for their stake and we arranged at that time a lock-in period of 9 months and an orderly dispose of those shares every quarter. Our view, as a Board, was that the arrangement in place while we felt they were in the best interest at the time actually led to a slightly depressed share price and from the levels we expected, post the SatoshiPay announcement. So, I think it was in our interest and our shareholders interest to try and place that stock out earlier rather than leave that 9-month period of overhang and I’m delighted to say that was all completed yesterday and we now have a number of new shareholders and FastForward no longer had a shareholding in Blue Star Capital. Q2: Are there any plans for Blue Star capital to buy more shares in SatoshiPay? A2: Well, we have 3 investments and SatoshiPay, now in terms of value, is nearly our largest so our shareholding in DTL is still larger in value. We’ve bought into SatoshiPay over the last 3 months so obviously, you can gather from that that we like the stock and we like the story. We’re a small company, as you know, so there is a limit on how much we can buy and I think having bought 20% in a relatively short period of time we’d like now to see some progress in the company before we increase our stake further, that’d be wise. Longer term, we believe that SatoshiPay has extremely good potential and certainly, at a later date, we certainly might be interested in buying more. Q3: Talking of progress, how are SatoshiPay doing? Can you update us there? A3: Yes, I speak to the management on a very regular basis. They are making good progress, the key development that we’re waiting for is for an ability to take credit cards and PayPal onto clients of SatoshiPay so they can actually use those payment methods rather than having to use bitcoins. Obviously, bitcoins are still not widely used, a lot of people obviously are concerned about using such instruments and also their value’s very high so it does limit the market. Once you get down to being able to deposit £10 through your credit card or your PayPal account, the market is completely different and I think that’s a major development for the company. So, we’re waiting for that, that’s been progressing very well over the last 6 months, they did a trial with Visa Collab which went very well so we’re very hopeful we’re have some news on that and I think that will be a game-changer for the company
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