NFT Investments (NFT) likes to describe itself as an “incubator specialising in the market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs).” Some of us view it as a puffed up promote created and run by the chancers Jonathan Bixby and Mike Edwards. For we sceptics today an announcement. As Richard Littlejohn might say “You couldn’t make this up.”
This is so tawdry even by the standards of the penny share world. It is more incestuous than a family get together in Norfolk. Only in a bull market, and NFTs are exhibiting all the craziness of a bull market, would regulators look away and investors swallow this bull. NFT Investments is a disgrace well known to readers of this website. Now meet the other players.
NFT Investments (NFT) is like Dispersion Holdings (DEFI) an investment company listed on the Aquis lobster pot. The chancers who own most of the shares thanks to pre IPO funding at a huge discount to the IPO are the same crew led by Mike Edwards and Jonathan Bixby. Scumbag broker Novum raised most of the cash, £11.2 million for Dispersion and £35 million for NFT. And the connections do not end there.
David Lenigas was unable to float his poxy related party spoof Lenigas Cuba on AIM or the Standard List as regulators objected to the way he awarded himself gazillions of founder shares at peanuts before raising money shortly after from mug punters at a vast premium. There was no justification for the uplift, it was just greed, and even the AIM sewer and the FCA regulated (no sniggering at the back) Standard List have some standards. Luckily, Aquis has no standards and so Lenigas Cuba listed there. Of course it ended in tears. But that established that Aquis has no qualms about quite appalling greed. Take NFT Investments.