Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Evr Holdings LSE:EVRH London Ordinary Share GB00BD2YHN21 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.625p 7.50p 7.75p - - - 0 07:33:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 0.0 -2.6 -0.0 - 78.64

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23/8/2017
22:40
pottermagic2310, Samsung revealed a while ago that they had only manged to sell 5 million headsets: 5m Gear VR headsets sold worldwide It has taken just over a year for the device to generate five million sales, having launched in November 2015 - the first in the current wave of VR headsets to be released to consumers. See: Http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2017-01-05-5m-gear-vr-headsets-sold-worldwide On twitter the chief ramper (BigGib) put out a claim (11:43am, 20th August) that the coldplay concert had had 3m views. But I ask you, with only 5m Samsung headsets sold worldwide, is it plausible that 60% of them were watching the livestream? Some people are so desperate to ramp this! JakNife
jaknife
23/8/2017
21:51
This has captured my interest recently. I see from the past month's posts there are polar opposite views as to where this Business is heading and why. Something that has occurred to me, doing a little basic research, is that there may be as few as 7 million VR Headsets sold into Market. A high % of those might be with a younger demographic... under 25s and Teens, perhaps 80%, let's say 5 1/2 million. Assuming they might primarily also be dedicated Gamers, is it possible they might be (currently) interested in perhaps a couple of (real World) Concerts or Festivals a year, which may also mean specific Genres. So, there's a fair likelihood that Income from MelodyVR's product(s) might amount to (maybe) 10 million 'pay-as-you-go' Subs per annum in the near future (next 2 years maybe), assuming their App & Services are implemented imminently and there's a good match between VR Headset owners and Material offered. How might all the Costs associated with provisioning such Products/Services at a global level to globally distributed VR Headset owners prove to be beneficial ? What price to Consumers to subscribe to a Concert?
pottermagic2310
23/8/2017
13:04
Togo and Scant very quiet?
trumpingtonsmythe
21/8/2017
19:04
Shinto, Thank you for your kind words. I fear that you've missed the information that I've put out in the public domain (on this thread) as I am Evil Banksta. Warmest regards, JakNife
jaknife
21/8/2017
17:49
Jacknife... simply pointing out how illiterate you are and unable to read what is clearly in the public domain. You clearly have problems accepting what is happening or just a child who craves attention, very similar to the idiot Evil Banksta on shareprofits. You constantly imply that its every one else who is lying and cant grasp the concept of what is actually evolving. 500 artists 4500 plus hrs recorded and continuing to add The only reason you are not filtered is because of the comic value and how idiotic you look when trying to twist any valid points..
shinto
21/8/2017
15:36
JakNife, Just pop on a plane to any Telephonica mobile phone shop in Germany as they are still demonstrating the Melody VR lite in most of their shops and have done for the last year. but you better be quick as the agreement finishes 1st Sept 2018.
eastender boy
21/8/2017
14:43
I'm simply pointing out that there's a very big difference between: (a) The Daily Mail printing a claim, (b) The company itself putting such a claim in an RNS, and (c) The company itself actually being able to demonstrate on its website or app (eg like both NextVR and JauntVR do), a library of content that can (i) be accessed and (ii) measured. It reminds me of the CloudTag day when they claimed to have a medical grade wearable device!
jaknife
21/8/2017
14:30
Nice try Jaknife. You'll have to be a tad more specific. The "500 artists" is on the first page of the website. The "4,500" hours is here among many other places htTp://www.pressreader.com/uk/the-mail-on-sunday/20170806/282531543491742 Assume you are just quibbling the "about to be launched" then ?
igbertsponk
21/8/2017
14:20
Shinto, re your 2490: "Yet Melody have over 500 artists amassing 4500 hrs of vr footage about to be launched." Evidence please. JakNife
jaknife
21/8/2017
14:16
Jacknife.. you list 4 band names. All of which have no real mass appeal. Yet Melody have over 500 artists amassing 4500 hrs of vr footage about to be launched. With 5 more big concerts egreed for vr filming before xmas by melody in the UK alone. You really need to wake up to what is evolving. Whether APP is launched or not melody has double todays share price in just content and rights alone. Try reading Bloombergs analysis / estimates for VR, AR in coming years. the potential for advert revenues before and after concerts is mind blowing and yet you fail to recognise any of this. I can see one of the biggest generators of revenue will be from advertising alone. Shorting window is fast closing, hope you dnt get too badly burnt on launch day.
shinto
21/8/2017
13:35
Coldplay are massive in my opinion, I've been to see a lot of bands play... and Coldplay are by-far the best.... But I'm not worried as I think they are just one band and Coldplay sit the rise or fall of this company...
frankie83
21/8/2017
13:02
Glad to see the buy to sell ratio has sorted itself out
rlivsey
21/8/2017
10:47
Nice one Eastender boy :-)
harleyjohn
21/8/2017
10:27
At least JakNife has moved on from the cheap options to their mates drivel Just been looking at that .... Back in Oct 2016 they had 129M options outstanding and the share price was 3.5p Today they have 97M options outstanding and the share price of 7.75p So it tends to blow your theory of every time their mates cash in options the price goes down. So 25% of the options have been converted for a double in share price.. Nice Also to put into perspective the outstanding options are under 10% of the total shares listed so hardly a massive diluting issue. tic toc
eastender boy
21/8/2017
10:12
Shinto, re your 2483: "nextvr are so desperate to get a foot in the music side of business they would sign up any old band." NextVR recorded the Coldplay gig and livestreamed it in VR across the world. Apparently they've done exactly the same for Imagine Dragons, Lady Antebellum, Third Eye Blind and Prince Royce. Coldplay are signed to Warner and Prince Royce is signed to Sony. MelodyVR claims that it has agreements with both Warner and Sony. It even made the grandiose statement in its finals that it was "partnered" with Warner. You can downplay it as much as you like but this shows it as plain as day that MelodyVR are miles behind the competition - they can't even get an app out on time! JakNife
jaknife
21/8/2017
09:53
Shareprophets credibility sum of zero and jacknife just a shorter who will attempt to twist anything to suite his position, best ignored or even better just filter him. As for trying to make out coldplay are the next best thing and if you do not film them your not good enough... or could it be that nextvr are so desperate to get a foot in the music side of business they would sign up any old band. You can twist the point either way. I personally would rather rather watch paint dry than waste money on watching coldplay but each to there own.
shinto
21/8/2017
08:37
What Shareprophets dont appreciate is that EVRs portfolio of licenses, which keeps growing, makes them very attractive to a potential predator !
nurdin
20/8/2017
19:43
EVR Holdings: Zero Market Presence, no play of Coldplay - sell Thursday night’s Coldplay concert in Chicago was VR live streamed across the globe. But guess which heavily ramped warrant exercise vehicle played no role in the event? Https://www.shareprophets.com/views/31071/evr-holdings-zero-market-presence-no-play-of-coldplay-sell
jaknife
20/8/2017
13:09
potential massive here backed up by bullish press coverage in recent weeks and still well under the radar. Yes, profit still some time away but who needs profit when you have a company at the right end of the nascent VR market that will take off BIG time over the next 1-2 years. Plus there won't be any need for more cash yet so should see steady rise in SP
jambam
20/8/2017
10:20
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