Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Boxhill Technologies LSE:BOX London Ordinary Share GB00B1DWH640 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.0575p 0.05p 0.065p 0.0575p 0.05p 0.0575p 1,311,352 14:00:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1.7 0.0 0.0 - 1.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2018
15:59
how much stock do the "Directors" own----------that would give some comfort or otherwise.
soft t
20/7/2018
15:56
my position is a disaster
soft t
19/7/2018
14:42
Whats your position here soft t ?
knowing
19/7/2018
14:37
do the directors actually get paid for running this co?
soft t
19/7/2018
09:00
no support even at this level = the end in sight.
soft t
13/7/2018
13:39
Issuing 100,000,000 new shares to MDC I think. Is this the same MDC run by P Jackson? The man who owes (or who has a company which is owes) several million £s to BOX? This is an absolute nonsense. There is nothing there. Literally nothing. It is just words and smoke and mirrors. I mentioned before how a layman would be forgiven for thinking that a company such as this, involved in a mixture of payment processing, and gambling, and not obviously much else, would a front for money laundering. But KPMG are on board so obviously thats not possible. Good luck to all involved. Im genuinely amazed they havnt announced some kind of switch to Crypto Currencies. It could be equally as vacuous as the other RNS they release but the share price would 10 bag over night.
adh0
13/7/2018
11:45
Someone held onto their 2.3 million shares for just over 3 hours,wow.
johnyee 7
13/7/2018
09:08
Agree reads very positive, as BoD have take a very bold business decision. With the Box subsidiary getting 50% of the net revenue from the non coforming customers so looks a very smart move.
zen12
12/7/2018
22:58
there is nothing left at all, are there any REAL assets left at all, how long can this last.
soft t
12/7/2018
21:53
Hi Johnyee7- pretty good analysis of the situation and it is much appreciated. I hope it works out as the strategy is intended. But then what strategy ever survives first contact with reality. All in all a good business decision and I remain positive. But might be worth further company contact. I hold a fair few so will be looking into matter. Anyway many thanks - your post is professional and thought provoking. Thanks again. sm
smcl
12/7/2018
19:00
Here goes my understanding, Box is selling Emex to MDC including non conforming customers for £2 million. Box will use it's subsidiary Market access for the conforming customers and refer any new non conforming customers to Emex now owned by MDC. Here's what I think is the good bit if I've got it right, a sinking fund will be set up where the revenue from Emex non conforming customers now and in the future referred by Market Access,a Box subsidiary will be transferred to Box on a monthly basis. they're just getting rid of non conforming customers to MDC and will be transferring non conforming customers revenue on a monthly basis to repay the loan.Market Access the Box Subsidiary will have the conforming customers Also when the loan note is repayed by MDC, Market Access the Box subsidiary will get 50% of the net revenue from the non coforming customers now and refered to Emex by Market Access so looks really good to me. PLEASE POINT OUT ANY MISTAKES IN MY THINKING.
johnyee 7
12/7/2018
17:37
nice one john''' you beat me to it ....well explained... mine was a kind of a upfront is what it is explanation LOL'''... but still get the point across ... many thanks....
livup967
12/7/2018
17:32
Thanks guys
smcl
12/7/2018
17:30
loan note means a company borrow funds from another CO and in return he gets issued shares in the CO TO THE AMOUNT THAT THE CO BORROW BY WAY OF A SHARE CONVERSION OR CASH RETURN.... with interest .....CLN LOAN NOTE....
livup967
12/7/2018
17:29
A loan note is an extended form of an IOU from one party to another that enables a payee to receive payments, possibly with an interest rate attached, over a set period of time, ending with the date at which the entire loan is to be repaid. Loan notes are usually provided in lieu of cash at the payee's request.
johnyee 7
12/7/2018
17:28
It seems payment over a long period.
smcl
12/7/2018
17:15
Anybody know what Loan Note means?
smcl
12/7/2018
16:57
Interesting move
knowing
12/7/2018
16:49
really good news THE CO COULD END UP WITH A LOT MORE MONEY IN THE BANK if they sell some of there SUB... AND FARM OUT SOME.... could move up in the morning on that LATE RNS.....
livup967
12/7/2018
15:57
Must be light on stock
knowing
11/7/2018
22:55
always another problem , fancy giving away 500,000,000 shares for something with just hopeas an asset
soft t
11/7/2018
16:05
Wonder what price we will see if they have sorted out those problems.
knowing
11/7/2018
13:03
Largest volume in some considerable time. Have they sorted out the problem
knowing
10/7/2018
22:39
Thanks Sanilav. Agree picked up a couple of million. Still risky but what on AIM isn’t
smcl
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