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MOS Mobile Streams Plc

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19 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Mobile Streams Plc MOS London Ordinary Share
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No dividends issued between 19 Apr 2014 and 19 Apr 2024

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Posted at 11/4/2024 07:50 by purchaseatthetop
Details of the Agreement

Under the terms of the Agreement, the parties have agreed a target revenue figure over the 5 years of the contract, of which MOS's share is approximately USD 3.7 million. This net figure is the estimated revenue MOS will receive after any rev-share payments have been made. The Agreement also requires MOS to make a small initial cash payment to Atlante and if certain revenue targets in a year are met then a minimum revenue guarantee would exist for the next year.. However, in the context of the revenue that MOS would receive for this to be activated, the Board considers these would be modest and achievable from within the next year's revenue that MOS expects to receive from the contract. The Board further believes that, noting the expected recurring nature of NFT revenues, it estimates that its maximum net exposure, under all but the most extreme worst case commercial assumptions, including the upfront cash fee, would be approximately USD 50,000 over the first 3 years of the Agreement. The Agreement contains a 3 year break clause and standard terms for termination.

Have we achieved the “most extreme worst case” yet?
Posted at 06/4/2024 12:32 by stuie62
You know MOS are in trouble when a Tr1 holder and advisor is a supporter of Riverfort, an investment company that has admitted its not an attractive to invest in :)))))
Posted at 22/3/2024 16:52 by stuie62
A quick calculation after today's epic cash injection leads me to the conclusion that MOS is still over 800 thousand pounds short of what is needed to see them safely through 2024.What price for the next summer cash call?
Posted at 02/2/2024 17:02 by purchaseatthetop
Jdave. Every part of this compsny has been planned by Scoffham and the insiders to extract PI cash.

I pointed out that Quanta Media Group Holdings had been dormant 18 days before the amazing new contract RNS in March 21.
A few days later when MOS paid £1.5m to insiders for Krunchdata I pointed out it had net assets of just £794.
When the first £500k was the loaned to Quanta I pointed out that all this money would be lost.
When Quanta Media Group Holdings filed their accounts a year later they showed a loss of £730kin that year and all the cash gone. I pointed out that the money was lost. MOS only admitted this a year later.
When £200k was given to Scoffham for his percentage of Livescores revenue earned by Quanta I pointed out that this merely reduced a share of revenue that MOS would never get so was doubling up losses.
When £500k was given to two unknown agencies for NFT deals I pointed out that they were, well, unknown snd why pay the upfront for future revenues?
When £500k was advanced for NFT deals I pointed out that this was cash gone. They were happy to accept any cash.
And now the new deal is snother Scoffham deal.
Ever felt you’ve been conned? Hope so.
Posted at 02/2/2024 17:00 by stuie62
There have been lots of clues to date highlighting the failure of the NFT venture.The most recent being the departure of Tom Bath, Global Chief Marketing Officer. His role was to develop HeroesNFTClub and make it a success which would result in shareholder value.At least now there are less wages to pay, not that MOS can afford to pay any wages!
Posted at 02/1/2024 14:53 by jdave1
I think the RNS on the Krunch deal was posted a week ago by another poster. I haven't been looking at this share for that long sorry. I have asked you lots of times about the vanishing to almost zero NFT sales.

You never answer apart from the 'all sales are not public'. Unfortunately as these sales are made on the blockchain to create a ticket, which gives future raffle prize chances you are wrong.

I count 34 drops on NFT Heroes Website. 3 of those the hospitality type which probably would not generate a blockchain ticket. Apart from the artist which has not dropped yet? That makes 29 auditable drops. All of these are searchable on opensea or solscan.

You must have looked at opensea to analyse the spending patterns on the MOS drops. They started ok. However the last 6-12 months the drops have sold in single digits.

Gaby Lopez ultimate exp $75 per NFT 3 sold
Gaby Lopez fan exp $25 per NFT 5 Sold
Gaby Lopez Star exp $10 per NFT 4 sold

This is car crash material. Each Gaby Lopez page shows the NFT image you will receive.

The Bitso sporting experiences sales still stand at 8 NFT sold.
There are 9 offerings of Bitso experience. The 2 Necaxxa offerings of stadium tour and 2 x vip ticket NFTS have not sold one.
There is a Gaby Lopez meet and greet NFT on Bitso for $10, it has sold 1!
Grand total of Bitso sporting exp NFT sales is $140

Please tell me that is not shocking. Epstein has recently podcasted, digital collectibles made up half of it. Bitso has made no difference to the stalled sales.

This has taken me 20 minutes to search and collate. I came here to research as saw the ramps on twitter recently from the usual crowd. I almost bought too. It is a bedroom business currently and the pivot away from failing NFT is pretty damn obvious and a tad desperate.
Posted at 29/12/2023 19:41 by purchaseatthetop
Had to see what nonsense city was posting….


1citytilidie - 29 Dec 2023 - 04:58:42 - 32895 of 32903 Mobile Streams with Charts & News - MOS
Toppy or should I say Systemicbods from LSE ? 372k was net to MOS over 12 months.

MOS will sign service agreements with both Bet and Talk and the expected contracted fee arrangements from these agreements for services provided to Bet and Talk are expected to generate substantial revenue for the Company. MOS expects the combined impact of these agreements to get the Company to cash breakeven within 12 months.

This has now started and is being billed from December and will rise in the 2nd year.

IGS contract finished as it was for a specific reason and time ( there might be another who knows )

I’ll leave this with you to put a negative slant on.

My comment. I do not need to put a negative slant on that. I put an “ uncertainty count” on it.
Two “will”
Two “expected̶1;
One “expects”;
One “will rise in”
One “is being”.

Deeply analysing the history of all the previous MOS uncertainty counts this means the chance of any revenue is about 0.00001%
Posted at 29/12/2023 04:58 by 1citytilidie
Toppy or should I say Systemicbods from LSE ? 372k was net to MOS over 12 months.MOS will sign service agreements with both Bet and Talk and the expected contracted fee arrangements from these agreements for services provided to Bet and Talk are expected to generate substantial revenue for the Company. MOS expects the combined impact of these agreements to get the Company to cash breakeven within 12 months.This has now started and is being billed from December and will rise in the 2nd year.IGS contract finished as it was for a specific reason and time ( there might be another who knows ) I'll leave this with you to put a negative slant on.
Posted at 13/12/2023 20:45 by mark0419
Great zoom call and hopefully this will see a boost in MOS share price. Very soon .......loads to look forward to for all investors and it looks like sour grapes for ALL the scummy trolls.Hopefully the financial should see the direction MOS are going in......now at the top table in Mexico with all the top companies as ME stated. The bet site is worth as much ATM as the Current market cap of MOS. AND THATS JUST FOR STARTERS........
Posted at 11/5/2023 07:00 by purchaseatthetop
This is what I posted on 24/10/22. At the time I thought it was only £700k given away. You can increase that to £900k as I did not know about the £200k of unpaid invoices from Quanta (but I did comment " Let’s hope that was not another MOS loan!")


purchaseatthetop24 Oct '22 - 20:07 - 29928 of 31914 Edit
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My post 29904 I analysed the £500k Quanta loan and how it is all lost:

Do you remember the £500k lent to Quanta Media Group Holdings from the 31/3/21 RNS:
"In order to accelerate development of these opportunities and advance Quanta's business plans, Mobile Streams is providing QMGH a Convertible Loan Note of £250,0000 (the "Loan"), with a further £250,000 to be made available subject to achieving various agreed milestones, centred around its entrance to key markets. The Loan, which accrues interest at 5% per annum until repayment or conversion, and which is redeemable on 31 December 2022"

It was supposed to increase revenue by £10k per month for four years.

Well, QMGH has just filed accounts to 28/2/22:


Current Assets £31,133 with £4,679 cash in bank. Losses for the year £705,823. Net current liabilities £703,812.

So, MOS gave £500k to this company and will get absolutely nothing back as it is all gone. Completely.

Actually it is worse than this. Lets see.....

Remember the 11/2/22 RNS:

Mobile Streams plc is pleased to announce that it has taken sole ownership of the LiveScores services that it had previously been operating under a revenue share agreement with Quanta Media Group ('Quanta'). LiveScores was developed by Tim Scoffham in association with Quanta with its first launch in Mexico as per the MOS announcement of 26 July 2021. MOS has agreed to acquire LiveScores (the 'Acquisition') and cancel the revenue share agreement with Quanta, thereby removing any revenue share and giving MOS total control of not only the services previously announced but also the underlying platform engine, domains and IP that support LiveScores. LiveScores has subsequently launched in Argentina and Brazil. The Company is also pleased to announce four B2B contracts to deliver its LiveScores services platform in various territories including Italy, India, Turkey and Africa.

The consideration for the acquisition is £125,000 to be paid in shares, which are subject to a minimum 12 month lockup, and up to £75,000 in shares in three equal further tranches based on revenue derived from specific existing contracts over the next 12 months.

So...MOS paid Tim Scoffham £200k to remove the Quanta revenue share from Livescores therefore reducing Quanta incomes but nothing has ever been repaid to MOS.

Even more terrible, this £200k was given away on 11/2/22 when the Quanta accounts to 28/2/22 show they had already spent all the £500k lent to them by MOS plus another £210k from somewhere else. Let’s hope that was not another MOS loan!

So, the cost of the Quanta deal to MOS has actually been £700k.

Brilliant leadership by the Board of MOS. They have given away £700k and will never ever get a penny back

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