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2 years 1 month ago #123336 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
Ron, the thin bids were a factor and we are pretty low, Thinking of putting in a bid, seems to be way over sold. Maybe confusion on the sale of real bloc?

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2 years 1 month ago #123294 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
A couple articles that highlight the continued turmoil in government finance and PREPA

www.nytimes.com/2019/07/25/business/puer...r-restructuring.html

caribbeanbusiness.com/ieefa-puerto-rico-...ffordable-debt-deal/

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2 years 1 month ago #123261 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
Bids are looking pretty thin

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2 years 2 months ago #123172 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
Some good points. I really did not invest because of Realbloc. Maybe we will get enough out of it to pay the yearly day to day expenses? I think the better value is Montavla and the Real estate

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2 years 2 months ago #123164 by 31Floors
31Floors replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
I would ball park guess we’ll see nil to $150,000 in transaction royalties in 2019. If Tommy’s whole operation went live and they were paid on transactions Grb gets c$10k / mo.

The NR was poorly written and if you're not into the details, it’s easy to be misled to think the royalties deal are better than it is. IF for eg, HALF of the 2500 transactions are opening transactions - the NEW thing that drives revenues - then you need HALVE the $10k to $5k per mo. For Tommy.

This assumes that Tommy pays a royalty at all! It will be peanuts for a couple of years at least.

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2 years 2 months ago #123163 by 31Floors
31Floors replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
Err, below. There is a big question and possibly a problem with Jeff’s NR on the RB disposition. The original 60,000 per mo transactions that was guided ($14m USD in revenues) is based on “transactions”. The NR says they are paid on “opening transactions”.

It does not explain what an opening transaction is!! It could be a similar no or it could be that there are 2 transactions for every one “opening transaction” and in that case you’d need 120k transactions to provide the 60,000 payable transactions - which of course is all that counts.

Jeff then makes a reference to the 60,000 transactions that would yield $180,000 - inferring that commissions are paid on “transactions “ and not the “opening transactions” described a moment earlier!

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2 years 2 months ago #123162 by 31Floors
31Floors replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
I should have posted this first and then the post titled 60k BS. This was posted prior to the link above.

stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard?symbol=v.grb&postid=29916714

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2 years 2 months ago #123161 by 31Floors
31Floors replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc/ no free pass
Enough is enough regarding this Real Block blockchain arm where in GRB had provided IMPOSSIBLE guidance and has refused to give an inch even when the going got tougher. But when this poster defends Jeff and suggests that any disappointments are due to our expectations I felt some clearing of the air, calling a spade a spade was in order. A must read for GRB longs:


stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard?symbol=v.grb&postid=29917102

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2 years 2 months ago #123153 by Gambler
Gambler replied the topic: GRB ' sells RealBloc
I like the royalty, not sure about the valuation on the deal

Greenbriar Capital Corp Sells Its Blockchain Software Realblock

Boise, Idaho--(Newsfile Corp. - July 10, 2019) - Greenbriar Capital Corp. ("Greenbriar") The Company is pleased to announce that Greenbriar Capital Corp. (the "Company") has sold its industry leading blockchain software to Titleloq, LLC. Titleloq, LLC is a new entity created specifically to own and operate the blockchain software and is majority owned by Tommy Sullivan of Arizona.

The consideration is $1,745,422 CDN in cash, shares, plus USD $3 per every opening transaction as a net royalty. The share consideration comprises the return and cancellation to the treasury of a total of 786,772 previously issued Greenbriar common shares, the cancellation of 475,000 previously issued Greenbriar stock options and the cancellation of 276,812.5 previously issued Greenbriar share purchase warrants with the remainder paid to Greenbriar immediately in cash. The USD $3 cash per every single opening transaction royalty will be paid in quarterly installments and could convert to 10% of the net proceeds if the software and any modification and or improvement thereof is sold to a fully arms length party. As per the investor conference call of December 2018, if the software app reaches its first goal of 60,000 transactions per month, the net royalty payable to Greenbriar will be USD $180,000 per month. Meanwhile, our shares outstanding will now reduce to 19.5 million.

Greenbriar is consistently delivering to shareholders on being a robust incubator and creator of new stand alone projects and technologies. In October of 2018, Greenbriar received 10.7 Million common shares of Captiva Verde Land Corp, which the company expects to be constantly increasing in value. The company has begun the creation of a spin off public company, to dividend to each shareholder, an equal amount of new shares for the Montalva Solar Project. Today, the Company sold its Blockchain software and receives a robust royalty stream in perpetuity or a percentage of sale proceeds to a large independent enterprise. The Management and Board of Greenbriar are solely committed to the value creation for shareholders.

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2 years 3 months ago #123013 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: GRB 's Sage Ranch could be 2 co makers
More good news this week, GRB's Montavla will end up much larger than originally planned

Puerto Rico’s Latest IRP Increases Solar and Storage Targets

The utility’s latest integrated resource plan calls for 1,800 megawatts of solar and 920 megawatts of storage in its first five years.


The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) filed the latest edition of its 2019-2038 integrated resource plan late Friday. The report, prepared by Siemens, is a rework of a plan submitted in February, which Puerto Rico’s energy bureau deemed noncompliant with regulations.

Though the most recent integrated resource plan (IRP) bears similarities to the previous version, the latest edition calls for higher deployment of solar and storage — which already rivaled some of the most ambitious plans for the mainland — and more flexibility associated with the natural-gas infrastructure it recommends.

www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/pue...ets-includ#gs.iqwwo3

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2 years 3 months ago #123012 by Gambler
Gambler replied the topic: GRB 's Sage Ranch could be 2 co makers
I heard that the President of Greenbriar has converted his convertible debt into shares at $1.25, when the stock is trading at around $0.85. Obvious to me that he believes in the upside here.

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2 years 4 months ago #122755 by 31Floors
31Floors replied the topic: GRB 's Sage Ranch could be 2 co makers
Sage is the real deal and not getting a yawn. The market is very cynical about GRB and that's fine by me. I think it's hot, I'm overweight the pick and by the way, I added to my PWR today to get some more of its Sage partner.

You can live in Tehachapi or you can live in Lancaster. Or as one guy wrote in 2016, Lancaster isn't just the worse place he's lived, it's the worse place he's ever been to! Lol.

stockhouse.com/companies/quote?symbol=v.grb

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