Good news – it’s finally pretty easy to try to sell your shares! At some point, you may want to sell your iConsumer shares (RWRDP). Not that you have to try to sell them. The timing of that is totally up to you. One of our jobs over the last year has been to make that … Continue reading Selling Your Shares
In yesterday’s NY Times, there was an article about how the recent change in the tax code is causing some companies to increase their stock buy backs. We’ve got nothing against buy backs, fwiw, but the article makes the point that this doesn’t help the 99% very much. And that’s one of the biggest reasons … Continue reading Share Buy Backs and the 99%
The other day, we had a shareholder express frustration with how long this process of making a real, publicly traded, business is taking. I shared her frustration. But then I got to thinking about what our expectations were (different from what we hoped for) when we started down this road. The Dropbox IPO really triggered … Continue reading How long should this take?
There’s a lot to talk about. We’ve had almost two months since we transitioned to Bitcoin back, we introduced a new Bitcoin-based member recruitment process offering 5 Now and 5 For Life, our next offering has progressed through the SEC, and our stock (OTCQB: RWRDP) is now DTC eligible, which means buying and selling on … Continue reading Letter from the CEO – February 22, 2018
It’s time we laid out our fundamental strategy – how we plan to use equity crowdfunding to create a company with over 1,000,000 customers and shareholders. How we plan to create a company to rival eBates, RetailMeNot, ShopAtHome, and a bunch of others. We’re doing it by making our customers, every one of our customers, … Continue reading The Strategy – Ownership is the Ultimate Loyalty Program