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|I think the columbian licence expired. That leaves us with the research and study as an asset but would need a very specific buyer.|
|Yes it would be interesting Peter if IK does get back to you, please post any reply, say to him that you have the backing of some of us small shareholders. There no reason why he can't give an honest reply, he's not on the board, he's just another shareholder like us really, also we are de-listed after all.
I would love to know what they did with the gold assets, a lot of work was done in Colombia, it was thought by HH I think that a maiden resource was going to be announced of £1m oz and with good grades.|
|Anyone know if they sold the gold rights or simply gave them away ?|
|We should all request an update / briefing as a collective|
|Even the stig has given up basking in our uncertainty!|
|Peter let us know if you hear back please.Agree it's high time we get an official update.No sign of hedgehog anywhere. Would be nice to have is current thoughts.|
|Peter, I was thinking exactly the same, although Hedgehoge was a confidence booster Ilyas was the reason I stayed invested. When I spoke with Wassem after we delisted he reassured me that our PI interest were well alongned with the larger holders. When I read the share registry recently they was some sizeable holdings.
We have been issued new shares so so far things are progressing and this is not a definitive end. Last Decembers update was so poorly delivered and progress so poor I have a sense they were not telling the whole picture.
I am impressed with Ilyas in his interview and although I suspect TGL was never his top priority I would think he would miss it if it never delivered. I will be interested to hear anything Ilyas has to say so I hope he responds well to your email.|
|There is one more missing bit of the puzzle, I still don't get what this hedgehog was all about, he never went to any of the meetings and has now disappeared. And he went on, and on, and on.........I'm exhausted just thinking about it, telling us what a wonderful company we had invested in, and arguing with anyone who might have been a little more realistic about things. Suspension, de-listing, no news, and he just kept on telling everyone how wonderful everything was.
Internet sort of brainwashing or what! I bet half the investors on here came on board because of him/her.
I quiver and get a rather nasty twitch now whenever I think of a hedgehog!|
|Absolutely spot on Singray, 98% of AIM listed companies are dire investments, you really need to go with top 100, but that market isn't really for the small investor. You can never buy enough shares to make it worth while.
I certainly look back and think WTF was I thinking getting involved in stocks and shares. Which is why you don't see hardly any IPO's anymore. Too many people have been mugged and no one wants to invest in Arthur Dailey's second hand car market anymore.|
|Good luck Singray, my first draw is next month
I can confirm that a tiger definitely doesn't change spots 😉|
|If you look at the history of TGL the gold explorer, and then the TGL/GOS business, it will be no surprise that we are where we are with Inticrypt/GOS, same outfit, IK, Stanhill backed, etc, a tiger does not change its spots.
I must admit that I still don't understand why they invested so much in the gold exploration side of things, they had fantastic grades, they bought up adjoining land, and then over night it just stopped without any explanation. What did they do with our gold mining assets in the end, anyone know? Here we are now with gold going back up and most decent PM miners having recovered their share prices considerably compared to a couple of years ago, we might have had a mine soon if they had continued.
I have had two companies that have gone down the plug hole in my portfolio, they're also my largest investments, this was the largest. I came close to making money but ended up backing the wrong horses and held some shares too long, I might as well have gone to the races it would have certainly been more fun.
Net result, portfolio devastated. So over a year ago, having already lost all faith in co directors, merchant banks and stockbrokers, and having watched other companies that I had been following go to the wall I came to the conclusion that the only people that make real money in the markets are insiders and company directors drawing wages/share options/benefits in kind.
So I stopped all my share investments apart from a small blue chip regular saver and the rest has gone into premium bond. Have accumulated almost £20k doing this (A lot less than what I had in my portfolio where I had started with £80k, this had gone down after 3/4 year to a few thousand quid).
I can confirm that I am doing a lot better with the premium bonds.|
Highly unlikely to come back to market now I would say. I have heard all that waffle before when companies go into suspension. Nearly two years and GOS/intellicrypt have made no significant progress. I feel they are solely relying on CQC to give them a unique selling option. Although it would appear that CQC is moving in a very positive direction, who knows how long it will be before they come up with a marketable product.|
|Has anyone heard any news from the company recently?|
|They don't own any houses.|
|£800k in Cambridge is a couple of terraced houses.|
|Cambridge Quantum have posted their Micro Accounts, lol, one page! Interesting they have tangible assets of £800k up from £550k.|
|from Chesycustard on LSE
Collaboration with NQIT
March 12, 2017
Cambridge Quantum Computing are very pleased to have won a prestigious EPSRC grant to develop a compiler module for the UK’s flagship quantum computing hub in Oxford, NQIT.
Building a quantum computer as a network of smaller devices is central to the NQIT idea. However, quantum algorithms are typically given in a high level mathematical language, and are usually not designed with a granular network in mind. CQC’s compiler project, that is built on groundbreaking work completed last year, will address this problem by exploring the challenges and potential gains of compiling quantum algorithms (or quantum programs) onto a network quantum computer such as NQIT.
CQC’s compiler module will be able to evaluate alternative physically realistic network graphs allowing us to understand how much connectivity is useful for NQIT and inform us how one of the first large scale quantum computers can be made to operate at maximum efficiency.
Just had a quick look at the event website, lets hope we get some orders
Edit: Just a few more months and it'll be two years in suspension. It's not exactly creating shareholder value.|
|Cheers fb. Let's hope for some good news.|
|Yes I thought the same and sent on to my brother who has a much deeper knowledge on these things and warned him that it got much more interesting as the interview goes on.|
It has to be said that when I was listening to the first part of that interview, I thought "same old, same old" I have heard all this before. But as it goes on it becomes a lot clearer that Ilyas actually knows a lot about this tech and disses Microsoft's & IBM tech in a very polite way. Although the guy interviewing was a bit of a wet lettuce and didn't challenge anything if I recall.
It will be fantastic if Intelicrypt actually get something from CQC that can be marketed or licenced although I can't remember if licences were part of the deal.|
|Thanks for posting that Mark, very interesting.
I think Ilyas was quietly trying to sell Ti[ket> to Microsoft or Google, IBM or any Big Players that would undoubtedly be watching.
The commercialization of Quantum in a small way by 2018-19 might suggest a relist date of 2017 as has been mentioned by Intelicrypt or not, who knows!! I could do with someone inventing a crystal ball that bloody works.|