I have great confidence that this has been looked at by the attorney’s working out the details. It may be in just what the exact explanation of the following excerpt from the MDMN announcement means and what the time frame involved is:
To this end Medinah plans to satisfy its financial obligations as quickly as possible and distribute the remaining assets to our shareholders before ceasing operations. We anticipate this will leave 1.61 billion shares of CDCH to our Medinah shareholders pro rata.
Congrats on having the roll out called correctly from early on. It was clearly the least expensive and simplest solution for gaining access to the US public markets. In a PM on Friday to another shareholder:
I noted AURYN has removed their intention to IPO using the F-1 route to gain access to the OTCQB® tier on their about page. So I guess the traditional IPO isn’t likely as I had originally hoped.
It was also suggested quite a while ago our Securities Counsel, Matheau J.W. Stout Esq. would use his favorite method, a non-traditional IPO.