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Even if somehow Mode Global survives as a company, it looks like it is game over for current equity holders

A week ago I wrote about the latest update from Mode Global Holdings (MODE), stating that it was unable to secure any new funding, and I concluded that this likely meant a wipe-out for equity holders and that you should avoid it all costs. Some have tried to pump it, saying it was actually worth multiples of the 1.25p that it crashed to and that I was wrong and the EMI licence that it holds, and which basically enables its app to offer the financial services that it does, is actually worth a fortune and buyers would be queuing up for it.


Mode Global and another promoter who tweet trolled goes silent: Jonathan Rowland

Jonathan Rowland the son of the colourful “Spotty”, and the founder and boss of crypto-shite play Mode Global Holdings (MODE) has been deleting some tweets of late, notably those where he trolled Gary Newman for suggesting that shares in his promote, masquerading as a company, were grossly overvalued. Over the past year the shares have collapsed by 91% and now trade at just 3.2p. In light of that, perhaps investors might wish to review some of Rowland’s tweets he forgot to delete, as we have now saved them for posterity. Oddly Rowland is not tweet ramping these days, I can't think why.  Enjoy.

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