I grew up the youngest of three kids and my older siblings would definitely tell you I was spoiled. (Maybe, I was a little!) As my sister and I were close in age & size, we shared a lot – a bedroom, books, clothes & toys. We were usually pretty good about it but tantrums … Continue reading Referral Program – Sharing is Caring
For most people, they buy today with the expectation that the price will go up over time, not instantly. It’s an investment of time as well as money.
Growing companies quickly takes cash. We’re no different. Because our main way of doing that is our Reg. A+ offerings, and we’re not going to have an offering qualified by the SEC for some time to come (see this blog post) we’re raising money through a convertible debt offering. This should provide us enough cash … Continue reading Raising Money – Bridge Round
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%
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
As a growing company, we need to seek ways to finance our growth. And we’re growing rapidly (we doubled in size between February and June.) We also need to make sure that prospective investors understand us. This helps to make sure that we’re supported in the marketplace, and potentially helps to increase our stock price. … Continue reading Marketing iConsumer to Investors – The Next Raise
As of 1/19/18 Here’s a quick recap of really good questions we get over and over: Q: Why should I invest? A: At least three reasons. First, because you want the experience of being an investor. Second, because you can be a part of addressing the 1% vs 99% problem for the price of two … Continue reading FAQs for Prospective Shareholders