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@Vaughan@jamjam@Murat: i think a good idea was floated a while back by @evenprime (or @chatyak, i cant remember) about a .learn channel (i like .dd more) for each individual channel. For example $mos would be $mos.dd and we could tag the valuable info to the .dd channel. That way the valuable dd information can be found easily without scrolling through the channel. Not unlike virtual due diligence rooms used by law firms in large corporate transactions. #feedback
From a visual point of view, perhaps a third tab would be added up top to be aboe to switch to the .dd channel easily. So it would have a company tab (mobi724 top left tab) a $mos channel tab in the centre and a $mos.dd channel tab to the right. Thoughts?
@VaughanI can only assume you are talking about $mos.dd . blame should go to me on that one, as i suggest the use of a $xyz.dd tag for posts that provide substantial info and dd. This way, newcomers to the story can benefit from previous dd complete, and old hands to a stock can stop having to answer the far too frequent questions of: so, can someone explain the upcoming catalysts/expect share price etc? $mos is still the room, but mos.dd will get you the goods.
@greg@laVidaBroka, I believe gnomes was referring to Mobi724 Global Solutions, MOS. If not familiar with it, check out $MOS.dd. I'm underwater on Tinley but doesn't change my opinion on 12 month sales growth. If they become a "Brand name" in the alcohol tasting weed drink space, I think the blue sky potential is large.
@MinakiThe following I found to be a very concise, easy to understand. Good introduction of company to newcomers. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, MOBI724 Global Solutions Inc. (CSE:MOS), a leader in the FinTech industry, offers a unique and fully integrated suite of Card-Link Offers, Digital Marketing and EMV Payment solutions.
MOBI724 is innovating the market with a combined EMV payment, Card-Linked Offers and Digital Marketing Platform that works on any payment card and any mobile device. MOBI724 pioneered the addition of intelligence to all types of transactions benefiting banks, retailers and cardholders. MOBI724 succeeds in leveraging all available user and purchasing data to increase transaction volumes and spend.
MOBI724 provides a turnkey solution to clients to capture payment card transactions on any mobile device, at any POS or from any payment card. Our easy-to-adapt gateway switch is designed for simple integration with all payment protocols.
Within the same suite, MOBI724 combined its Card-Linked Offers solution and provided payment card issuers, banks and retailers with the ability to add offers and/or coupons, which can be redeemed directly at the POS in a seamless user experience for all the parties in the ecosystem MOBI724 provides its customers with full and comprehensive traceability and enriched consumer data through its offering. Its solutions enable card associations, payment card issuers, banks and retailers to create, manage, deliver and “track and measure” incentive campaigns worldwide to any payment card, to any mobile device and allow redemption at any POS.
@MisterseeHaving spent over 6 months in SE asia in 2016, I noticed that card linked offers and rewards are very visible from vendors in most countries (especially Singapore and Malaysia - and some in Thailand). I particularly remember HSBC promoting card linked discounts in Malaysia whereby you would receive a discount or promotion if you paid with and HSBC card. A quick google search turned up this: https://ringgitplus.com/en/credit-card/HSBC-Visa-Platinum.html$mos.dd
@Minaki@campbjam. All the advice you need is already in front of you. Take a couple of hours, scroll up a couple of months and start reading. Also,there are key points in $mos.dd. The general consensus...anything below .40 is a steal at this point.