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Blue Star Capital LSE:BLU London Ordinary Share GB00B02SSZ25 ORD 0.1P
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  -0.02p -5.26% 0.36p 0.35p 0.37p 0.38p 0.355p 0.38p 9,477,860 13:38:44
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General Financial 0.0 -0.2 -0.0 - 6.13

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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 0.38p.
Blue Star Capital has a 4 week average price of 0.32p and a 12 week average price of 0.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.52p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.13p.
There are currently 1,702,900,313 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,827,227 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Star Capital is £6,130,441.13.
cybernest53: comedy.... Quite obvious really... SatoshiPay has given IOTA Foundation the ability to test their work or as they term it, proof-of-concept, on a good web-based application. The big question is... has it been successful??! I have a question for you... while I am sold on the value of SatoshiPay (and probably IOTA too)... I'm still not sure what BLU is up to... and I have to say, for a company "with a focus on new technologies" their own company website, that appears not to be capable of quoting their own share price, looks a bit 'mickey mouse' and really does not fill one with any confidence! But... having said that, there is clearly a trade opportunity here (buyer on dips), even if one is not entirely convinced about BLU itself! hxxp://
john2017: TillyWe all know it suits you for the share price to go lower and you have stated that! It suits me for the share price to go much lower as I would love to purchase millions at sub 0.3p but for you to give extreme projections to suit your own buy in target could unduly influence gullible posters to sell and lose potential profit.I will state my opinion as you have stated yours.we will soon see how this progresses next week.Good luck all on here
tilly99: What I say won't affect the share price hereHowever I believe my short term predictions of price movements here is better than worse and better than manyWhen 30 i said we would rally and at 50 insaid the rise was overdone ..I now say we will continue to drift(I hope so as want to add)Placees can now sell stock..and they will!! We will fall Monday so don't buy blue red then enjoy blu!!x
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: Bit premature to be saying this isn't a pump and dump. I'm a neutral here and that is exactly what it looks like - a pump and dump. Placing shares coming on the market Monday. Approx 23.6% of the entire issued share capital of BLU. I expect to see a rather big dump next week with those insiders on the placing getting huge profits off the back off thick mugs buying at these levels. Placing is at 0.2p and in terms of NAV (based on the recent deal between COIN and BLU, 12% of Satoshipay for 725k euros) I calculate NAV post placing which translates to a share price of 0.12p. Not forgetting that Satoshipay is at "proof of concept" stage and there will be many more dilutions in the years ahead. As I see it, these are the facts. hxxps://
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?
edpick: I've been watching this for the last couple of weeks and am obviously a bit disappointed I didn't buy (although if I buy it's for a long term hold). It's possible that nanopayments could be the future in a big way, and if the big hitters decide that is the way the internet is going then it's possible that Satoshipay could be bought for a big sum in the near future. However, I didn't buy for the following reasons: 1. I don't like listed investment companies. They are often just lifestyle businesses for the Directors, get constantly diluted and often provide insufficient disclosure on the companies they are invested in so that investors can make informed decisions. Better to invest in companies directly. However, in this instance, it seems like the only way to invest in Satoshipay is through Blue Star? 2. The placing at 0.20p scheduled for next week. It's possible that the rise in share price seen in recent days could just be a pump and dump for those in the placing to get quick profits. Seems to be a lot of hype on Twitter, blogs, and Tony Fabrizi hinting at an RTO in Director's Talk. All looking to ramp the stock? 3. It's not clear to me why COIN have exited Satoshipay? 4. Looks like Blue Star are buying just over 12% stake in Satoshipay off COIN for 0.64m euros. That would value the whole of SatoshiPay £5.3m euros. The market cap of Blue Star, which currently owns 19% of Satoshipay is £6.48m. Crazy? 5. The switch to IOTA, which makes sense given doubts about Bitcoin's scalability seems like a good move. However, won't this put Satoshipay back to square one? They are now working on a "proof of concept project". I.e. This is back to pilot stage and they don't have any product at all. Are there any patents of any value in Satoshipay? 6. As Killer Bee states, where are the barriers to entry? We heard in the RNS that "corporate entities such as Innogy, Canonical, Bosch, Cisco and Microsoft are building IOTA prototypes focussed on the Internet of things". Seems like this is a punt on Meinhard Benn being better than anyone else out there at this stuff? Please correct me if I'm wrong about any of the above. Would be interested in investing for a long term hold but too many questions at the moment.
mr roper: Blue Star excited by SatoshiPay project with IOTA Source: SMW Blue Star Capital said its investee company, SatoshiPay Ltd had agreed a proof of concept project with the IOTA Foundation to explore replacing Bitcoin with an alternative cryptocurrency, IOTA, as SatoshiPay's settlement network. Blue Star said it currently approximately 19% of SatoshiPay which was expected to increase to 31% subject to completion of the further investment in SatoshiPay announced on 4 July. Blue Star chief executive Tony Fabrizi said: "Working with the IOTA Foundation allows SatoshiPay to explore new technology with a clear focus on scalability of its business. "We are excited about the potential new opportunities that could open up from this initiative and that SatoshiPay is taking steps to optimise its business model." At 8:19am: (LON:BLU) Blue Star Capital PLC share price was +0.04p at 0.36p Story provided by
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
doodlebug4: I've just been looking at the long term chart for BLU, the company listed at 10p in 2004 and the share price actually reached 19p in 2005. Without looking through all the old news I guess there must have been some really bad investments made over the years to get the share price down to this level. Surely the recent investment in SatoshiPay will prove to be a turnaround point for Blue Star.
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