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26/1/2018
13:21
researchanalyst1: When it comes to investing, what is comfortable is rarely profitable. Michael Davenport, Smart Research 26th January 2018 The fourth industrial revolution. The second machine age. The zero marginal cost society. These are some of the metaphors used to describe the current wave of technological innovations that are rapidly evolving. Robotics and artificial intelligence are surging in use, being deployed en masse in production processes by the private sector. Newer technologies are also part of the innovation wave. At the forefront of these innovations is the blockchain, a new technology developed as one of the core pillars of Bitcoin; the first, successful, decentralised, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency. Simply put, blockchain is what powers Bitcoin as a currency. Along with some cryptographic mining (for another article all together), blockchain allows the currency to become decentralised (in this case, that means without a central banking unit) because it keeps both a record of transactions and removes the problem of double-spending. Viewed another way, all record keeping, as it stands today, has a feature of corruptibility and relies on a central authority to confirm veracity; but blockchain allows a complete ledger and history to be distributed, copied, and kept in an incorruptible state. Think of a record of anything that could, theoretically, be confirmed with 100 percent positivity. You could see when something was said, written, or confirmed or when money was sent, received, and traded; all without reliance on an institution. To this end, blockchain, as a standalone technology, has not only the power to revolutionise the international commerce chain, something that measures likely in the trillions of dollars, but also to disrupt the global economy and address many of the socio-economic and political issues that countries are facing today. It’s no wonder, then, that banks, financial institutions and many others are adopting blockchain technology faster than anticipated. IBM, that well-known American tech behemoth, released a report in 2016 suggesting that 66 percent of all banks will have blockchain in commercial production by 2020 and that the blockchain technology market, as a whole, will be worth $2.3 billion by 2021; increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 61.5 percent. In other words, there’s a wealth of opportunity to be had from this exciting and fast-expanding market. Now, a word of caution; blockchain, as an investment theme, is uncomfortable. It is not for the risk-averse investor seeking normalised capital growth. Why? Because the technology is in its infancy, very few people actually understand the tech let alone appreciate its enormous potential. This makes publicly-listed, blockchain-focussed companies highly volatile in the short to medium term; a bit like the internet in 1985… Very few investors understood how it worked, but those who did, and took positions in companies investing in the sector (i.e. those who were prepared to hold an uncomfortable investment…), made astronomical sums of money in the years that followed. To this end, a long-term approach (to investment…) is always best with these sort of pioneering technologies. This brings me to the subject of my non-commissioned research; Black Cactus Global Inc. Investors were recently surprised and intrigued when Black Cactus Global (BCG), a technology development company with a focus on blockchain, machine learning, and cryptocurrency penned an MoU with the Reykjavik-based NSB Holdings to acquire an Icelandic bank for an undisclosed sum. The reasoning behind the transaction? To create the world’s first, fully integrated digital bank based on blockchain technology. Wow! How radical and disruptive is that? Sources close to Haukur Skúlason, NSB’s uber-smart CEO, appear to suggest that the bank in question is the Reykjavik-based digital bank Alva. Interestingly enough, Alva’s newly-refurbished website identifies its core reason for existence as ‘offering financial freedom to underserved markets’. Now that’s a powerful statement of intent. More importantly though, and lending enormous credibility to this transaction, is Skúlason’s network of contacts in the upper echelons of the Icelandic banking fraternity that make him an instant door opener. Prior to joining NSB in July 2017, Skúlason worked for Íslandsbanki (formerly known as New Glitnir), one of Iceland’s largest commercial banks, as head of corporate investment. However, his stint as Vice President of VÍB, Íslandsbanki’s investment banking arm make this an even more compelling story. Pulling off the banking transaction will not only be highly transformative for the micro-cap, but will, undoubtedly, require some serious capital. On this point, we believe a high profile, cornerstone investor has already been lined-up to provide the relevant funds. Certainly, the recent appointment of the Icelandic serial entrepreneur and seasoned investor Anders Nils-Thore Forsberg to the board means you dismiss this entrepreneurial outfit at your peril, as it has the management and connections to pull this deal off, and achieve much more besides. After all, Mr Forsberg has not only served for more than ten years as a senior executive for Chinese real estate giant, Wanda, the world’s biggest private property developer that is led by China’s richest individual, Wang Jianlin, but he also founded Gatcoin, a blockchain-based company providing digital wallet and financial exchange services. And if the group can fulfil even a fraction of its full potential then the Icelandic bank acquisition will be modest in comparison to some of the projects it intends to become involved with. This is not to understate the significance of the bank transaction, as it could provide the cornerstone of the business; it simply underlines the scope of BCG’s bold ambition to become the world’s premiere blockchain technology company with more live blockchain applications than any other. And to borrow the old Ronseal strapline, the business is doing exactly what it says on the tin: it is rapidly building a blockchain powerhouse: • On the 06th of December 2017, Black Cactus Global (BCG) entered into a software license agreement with London-listed Milestone Group (LON:MSG). The agreement granted Milestone exclusive rights to BCG’s attractive blockchain platform and fintech products. In consideration for granting the rights, BCG acquired 744,131,477 Milestone shares (29.5% of the company’s enlarged share capital…). We believe this transaction is a precursor to a reverse entry into London’s AIM market; the world's most successful growth market. • On the 11th of December 2017, Black Cactus Global (BCG) appointed Dr Ravindranath Kancheria to the board. Dr Kancheria is a distinguished and internationally recognised gastrointestinal endosurgeon and a fellow of both the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Glasgow. He is also the founder of India’s first multi-organ transplant centre, the Global Hospitals Group. It’s worth noting that the centre is currently developing a blockchain healthcare application to improve patient care, data, trials and security across Asia. • On the 21st of December 2017, Black Cactus Global (BCG) acquired the entire issued share capital of World on Wireless Ltd (WOW), a British company focussed on providing white label payment systems and services on an international basis to banks, financial institutions, remittances companies and retail chains. WOW currently generates an annual revenue of $1,989,000. But this is growing fast. Its services include mobile wallets, merchant payments, physical and on-line payment points, consumer credit products, PCI and closed loop card programs that are interconnected into all mobile payment networks and can be used by any mobile phone world-wide. The real kicker, however, is in the fact that WOW currently owns approximately US$ 2,000,000 of Intellectual Property for its programs and platforms which are licensed on 5-year rolling agreements, and which are backed by strong revenues. • On the 17th of January 2018, Black Cactus Global (BCG) appointed Anders Nils-Thore Forsberg to the board. Mr Forsberg gained career recognition as a skilful negotiator within China, having brokered and successfully closed M&A deals globally and with a total market value in excess of $5 billion. • On the 18th of January 2018, Black Cactus Global (BCG) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with NSB Holdings of Iceland to acquire an Icelandic bank. The MoU outlines the road map that will allow BCG to secure a majority stake in the bank for the purposes of creating the world’s first, fully integrated digital bank based on blockchain technology. • On the 22nd of January 2018, Black Cactus Global (BCG) penned an MoU with an Indian technology firm based at the prestigious Vizag Software Technology Park in India, also known as India’s ‘Fintech Valley’ for its large number of successful fintech start-ups in residence. The recent visit of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has already given the park a shot in the arm (to promote brand Vizag). Conduent, a US$6 billion company and Lalith Ahuja’s ANSR Consulting have signed MoUs to set up facilities with a total investment of $250m. While ANSR has been allotted 10 acres at Rushikonda for its global in-house centre, Conduent will set up a development centre. Each of them will employ 5,000 in phases. Google X has also agreed to establish its first development centre outside America at Vizag. The planned acquisition will be re-named Black Cactus Global Technologies Limited (BCGTPL), and will act as the leading developmental powerhouse for the company’s efforts in India and the world. Staffed with 500 Software engineers and developers, BCGTPL will initially undertake, using the Black Cactus blockchain IP, several development projects with the Indian Government to assist it in its Risk and Fraud Management of the local financial markets. Dr Ramesh Para, CEO and one of the founding directors of BCGTPL, stated, “The Board and development team are excited to work closely with Black Cactus Global to add to our current and planned development projects. We have a committed and talented team determined to deliver above and beyond the expectations of Black Cactus Global and our other clients.” Dr Ravindranath Kancheria, founding Director, stated, “BCGTPL is excited to collaborate with Black Cactus Global and will extend our full support with our highly skilled programmers and state of art development centre.” Now, I don’t know about you, but as far as I’m concerned, a company releasing game-changing newsflow at the pace BCG is doing, and sporting a pedigree of management that is the envy of blockchain start-ups, demands the attention of serious, risk-tolerant, tech investors. More importantly, however, and when one connects the dots, what is now visible is a rapidly emerging, credible blockchain business with material upside potential. Not surprisingly, Milestone Group, the real prize here, has seen its free float (shares in public hands…) shrink to only 17.6 percent (or 318,343,233 shares…) in the past 9 weeks. Dr Ramesh Para and BCG collectively control 59 percent of the company whilst 23.4 percent are held by the ‘longs’ (long-term investors). They know what the experts have been telling us for some time now; the marketplace for first-movers in the blockchain sector as opposed to ‘me too’ companies simply looking to piggyback on this staggering breakthrough in computer science is highly significant. Thus, the revaluation of Milestone shares, and consequently BCG’s OTC-listed shares, will not wait until cash flows start as the current share price of 0.28p pence (giving a paltry market cap of £5.1mln) singularly fails to recognise the substantial blockchain IP, the near-term suite of blockchain-based products, quality of the management team, obscene potential of the newly-formed Indian subsidiary (200-plus software developers and engineers…), the £1.75m cash pile, and the spectacular transformation that is likely to occur in the coming weeks and months should the company successfully seal the Icelandic bank acquisition. BUY. Https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/01/22/1298690/0/en/Black-Cactus-Global-Inks-Memorandum-of-Understanding-to-form-powerful-Indian-Subsidiary-Black-Cactus-Global-Technologies-Pvt-Limited.html Https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/01/18/1296292/0/en/Black-Cactus-Global-Inks-Memorandum-of-Understanding-to-Acquire-Icelandic-Bank-with-NSB-Holdings.html Http://alva.is/ Https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2017/12/21/1269086/0/en/Black-Cactus-Global-announces-the-acquisition-of-World-on-Wireless-UK-Ltd.html Https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/01/17/1295716/0/en/Black-Cactus-Global-Appoints-Anders-Forsberg-To-Board-of-Directors.html Https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/blockchain-technologies-disrupting-financial-industry-as-digital-currency-landscape-sets-to-explode-669919393.html
08/1/2018
11:09
euclid5: Yes, but also a reason why this has sold down very hard in the past few weeks - think it's the Dog of BlockC IMO - somehow not quite convinced it's going to deliver based on Envoy's track record Nice RNS by Black C Global, but has done nothong tp the MSG price - heavy dilution coming nearly 2.5B shares in issue & Mr Para will own 60% of MSG via the 2 co's that part own MSG
05/1/2018
13:41
researchanalyst1: WHY 'BLACK CACTUS GLOBAL' IS SET FOR MORE GAINS... By Jim Bloom of Insider Posted on January 4, 2018 Black Cactus Global Inc. (OTC:BLGI) has been on an impressive run over the past one month. Back in November, the stock was trading at the $0.09 handle. Ever since it has skyrocketed to $0.55 a share as it makes a push for the $1 a share mark. The massive rise in share price builds on a string of positive news that seems to have strengthened investor confidence in the company’s long-term prospects. Black Cactus Global has made it clear its intention to become a prominent leader in the blockchain technology sector. It has also made bold investments as it looks to expand its footprint into the payment services business. BLACK CACTUS PRICE ANALYSIS The stock is currently trading in an uptrend after bouncing back from lows of $0. 09 as of November. Taking into consideration the bullish momentum, the stock faces immediate resistance at the $0.65 handle, above which it could make a push for the $0.84 handle, which happens to be its 52-week high. On the downside, immediate support is seen at the $0.40 handle, below which Black Cactus Global could drop to the $0.30 handle. However, all indication is that the current momentum could push the stock higher given the ongoings in the company. Before we look at the catalysts likely to push the stock higher from the current trading levels, let us look at what the company does to generate shareholder value. BLACK CACTUS BUSINESS OVERVIEW Formerly Envoy Group, Black Cactus Group is a digital currency and blockchain technology company. Through BitRun division, the company targets high positive cash flow method for mining digital currencies. The company also develops blockchain applications for the financial technology, digital media real estate, financial services and healthcare industries. Black Cactus Global also provides services that include trading exchange and anti-money laundering services. Given the hype around the blockchain technology and what it could power in future, it does not come as a surprise that investors are taking note of Black Cactus Global prospects. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Black Cactus Global has been on the news in past months on the signing of a licensing agreement that paves the way for it to gain access to a powerful, yet unique market-ready blockchain solutions. The solutions are to be used on a variety of businesses as well as government applications. The digital currency and blockchain technology company is focused on developing and marketing new applications that offer enhanced services for a wide array of industries. By targeting finance and real estate industries, the company should be able to diversify its revenue streams which should lead to more shareholder value. The launch of ‘Digital to Real Financial Trading Platform’ and name change to Black Cactus Global marks the first step in the company’s bid to pursue shareholder value around blockchain technology. “Uses of Blockchain Technology are almost endless. There exists a multi-billion dollar market space and we fully intend to use our first-mover advantage to secure numerous exceptional business relationships around the world,” said CEO Lawrence Cummins. In addition to pursuing growth opportunities in blockchain technology, Black Cactus Global has completed the acquisition of World on Wireless UK Ltd (WOW). The acquisition will expand the company’s portfolio into the payments business as the unit provides white-label payment services on an international basis to banks, financial institutions, and retail chains. WOW owns an intellectual property portfolio worth $2 million used to run programs and platforms. Some of its IPs are licensed on 3-5 year rolling agreements, which act as another stream of revenue. Some of the services provided by the unit include mobile wallets, merchant payments as well as online payment points and closed loop card programs. Investors pushed the stock higher on Black Cactus confirming the acquisition will generate recurring contractual revenue of about $1 million going forward. “Black Cactus’ acquisition of WOW is one of the steps the company is taking in strengthening its position in the Blockchain payment services industry and with WOW’s expertize and IP it will be able to rapidly grow this business,” said Mr. Cummins. THE BOTTOM LINE Blockchain technology is still in early stages of adoption around the globe. Any company that gets a head start in coming up with applications targeting various industries is set to reap big rewards as the technology becomes mainstream. Black Cactus Global appears to be doing correctly the same, and the fact that it is paying more attention to the technology rather than cryptocurrencies explains why investors are starting to take note of its growth metrics. Cryptocurrencies have in the recent past been shrouded with a lot of uncertainty amidst concerns about a potential bubble burst in the space. On the other hand, everyone seems to agree that the underlying technology, blockchain, which powers cryptocurrencies are the real deal, expected to stay should cryptocurrencies crumble. Black Cactus Global remains well positioned for more gains in the stock market as it moves to safeguard its future around blockchain technology. It should continue to elicit investor interest on Wall Street as would-be investors explore ways of gaining exposure to the cryptocurrency space. We will be updating our subscribers as soon as we know more. DISCLOSURE: We have no position in BLGI and have not been compensated for this article. Https://insiderfinancial.com/this-is-why-black-cactus-global-inc-otcmktsblgi-is-set-for-more-gains
29/12/2017
16:45
jungmana: Comedy - regarding blu or vela comparison can i ask what was their market caps then? And whats the market cap of msg today? The share price is not important, it is the market cap you should be citing.
20/12/2017
13:52
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20/12/2017
13:50
polly potoroo: Rampair and Squidd. Thank you for at least taking me seriously. I suppose it's only natural that established investors would look at any newcomers as sharing their own interests and being driven by the same incentives of a return on investments. I do, however, perfectly genuinely have no interest whatsoever in trading on the stock market, just a fascination for the behaviour of people in these situations. I realise I should perhaps apologise for not feeling the same serious commitments to share price movements as others to whom it may be a crucial matter to their family's financial future. To me it's just an intellectual exercise with no consequence to myself; just an interesting alternative to staring at the same four walls day in, day out. Everything I've explained about myself is true; I have absolutely no reason to lie about any of it. I can recall references to 'madness of crowds' in various contexts but I've never followed them up before. I'll now find a copy and read through it, along with your other recommendation. Thank you very much for those; I'M,m sure they'll give me a better insight. Thank you very much once again, I'm sure I'll enjoy them. Good luck with your return.
14/12/2017
19:14
nametrade: driver 101, I would think that was the sell that dragged the share price down a few days ago.
21/9/2016
14:53
cashmachine2: Would you then care to explain how MSG have always managed to raise funds at a significant premium to the prevailing share price? Normally the flippers and bucket shops take shares at significant premiums but there's core investors here paying a premium even though at the time they could have purchased in the market significantly less than they were prepared to pay and subsequently paid the current SP!!Have you done any research into the potential these contracts give MSG particularly with the huge commercial audience of Amazon. They don't partner or pair up with dogs! Why would they!? You'll also note how industry leaders were talking to MSG prior to AP contract - watch what happens now!
21/9/2016
13:28
cashmachine2: So they raised £250k this morning at a share price of 1p and yet people are selling below this and yet investors saw value buying at a premium. The placement wasn't at a discount but a significant premium!You then have a game changing RNS regarding Amazon Prime and yet the herd mentality prevails!Lots have sold their purchases at a loss and will see the huge gains moving forward.Watch the collection of shares and then the reversal.Time for some more.
04/4/2016
23:58
jacobengel: So with 680,113,582 shares in circulation and up to and including 4th April 2016 Anthony Daltrey owned 37,500,000 or 5.51%. Deborah Jane White (CEO) owned 35,439,330 or 5.21%. HBS 049 Limited owned 30,000,000 or 4.41% and David Jones owned 26,541,691MSG have just raised £540k with a placement of 54m shares at a significant premium of 1p and the shares still trade significantly below this fund raising. They also state that the money raised was from existing shareholders so it'll be interesting when an RNS is released!! It's clear from Deborah's comments deals are being finalised and even stated with the recent RNS that funds raised are going to help to close contracts. This was someone saying hoping to close deals but clearly stated "transformational news" is coming!Deborah White, CEO of Milestone commented: "As I mentioned earlier this year, our research and development phase has been completed and the raising of these funds from existing shareholders and at a premium to the existing share price, shows confidence in our business model. We are working very hard on securing some transformational deals and the funds raised today will help us bring those deals closer to a close. I look forward to updating shareholders as and when I have further news on developments."Interesting times bubbling away here!
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