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poki
IDEX 22.12.2021 kl 23:17 23736

Announcement by AUSTRIACARD HOLDINGS, Holding Company of
Inform P. LYKOS S.A.:
AUSTRIACARD, TAG SYSTEMS and NITECREST to deliver the
next generation of payment cards and services globally
Vienna, December 21st, 2021
“Following the successful merger with TAG SYSTEMS in recent years, AUSTRIACARD’s decision to join forces with NITECREST was straightforward, the latter being a leading provider for cards and services in the UK with sales globally, as well as the undisputed leader for Europe’s Fintechs, through TAG_NITECREST. The fit was perfectly complementary” said P.Spyropoulos, Group CEO of AUSTRIACARD HOLDINGS, in Vienna.
Jon Neeraas, CEO of TAG SYSTEMS stated: “We have always been super impressed by NITECREST’s group rounded service offering. Collectively, we have continued to dominate the Fintech and Retail space and are very pleased to have reached a deal at group level of AUSTRIACARD HOLDINGS, with NITECREST’s shareholders and management. We strongly believe that this move shall enhance our offering and add value for our customers, employees and shareholders.”
AUSTRIACARD GmbH and NITECREST have done a merger / acquisition scheme, where AUSTRIACARD has acquired 100% of the shares of NITECREST. The key shareholders and leadership team of NITECREST hold equity positions in the new group structure and continue in their leading positions, ensuring continuity for NITECREST’s partners, customers and employees, under the umbrella of AUSTRIACARD.
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Ronnie Hart, Chairman of NITECREST & TAG_NITECREST and CEO of NITECREST, stated: “We are excited to join forces with AUSTRIACARD, as this will allow us to expand further and capitalise on serving our valued customers on a world-wide level,
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thanks to the industrial robustness and cutting-edge technologies of AUSTRIACARD”.
Leeroy Pye, CEO of TAG_NITECREST, closed in with a challenging statement: “At group level we are about to change the game. Our Fintech and Challenger Bank customer adoption takes the entire group into a new era, as we shall be able for the first time to offer product led core banking services. We are partnering with key companies around the globe, to flip card issuing on its head and take the helm to delivering the next generation of payment cards”.
NITECREST was founded in 1996, produces and personalizes Gift & Loyalty and Telecom cards for the local and global market. In addition, NITECREST holds a 50% stake in TAG_NITECREST, founded in 2016, which handles sales and personalization of payment cards for financial institutions in Great Britain. In 2020, NITECREST & TAG_NITECREST achieved a consolidated turnover of € 30 million and employ currently around 160 people.
Lamezanstraße 4-8, 1230 Vienna, Austria, T +43 1 610 65-0, www.austriacard.com
Minnie52
10.01.2022 kl 17:49 4507

https://bit.ly/3n8xAW8
Expert insights on biometrics

Raul Sanchez-Reillo is a full-time Professor at University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) in Spain. He is also the Head of the University Group for Identification Technologies (GUTI) since 2001. Prof. Sanchez-Reillo has been working across several biometric modalities, currently vascular, handwritten signature, fingerprint, face, gait and ECG.

Below are the excerpts from the interview...

Expert insights on biometrics
Megha Roy Zwipe
10. January 2022
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You have been into the area of biometrics for a long time. Looking back, how do you define the evolution of biometrics over the years?

Biometrics has evolved in several ways: from few researchers working in the field, to get the focus of international community after 9/11. Also, improvements such as computing power, neural networks, deep learning, etc. have allowed boosting algorithm performance and portability. Capture devices have also improved a lot, considering new acquisition technologies, where the best example can be found in fingerprints.

Another notable change has been the creation of independent evaluation entities (either as certified laboratories or as public competitions), clarifying the real performance of this technology, in contrast to the performance metrics claimed by manufacturers.

How would you characterize the differences among biometric modalities?

I believe there is no single solution for biometrics, i.e., there is not one single biometric modality that can be considered best and the only one to be used. Scenarios, cost, security, user acceptance, etc. are parameters that can place a lower-performance modality to the best preferable option. One fine example is voice biometrics, which experiences huge challenges in real scenarios, but being the best option in over-the-phone scenarios.

Also, depending on the capture device used, the performance of a biometric modality may differ greatly. Deciding one or another is typically decided according to either cost or even sensor size (e.g., a fingerprint sensor for an Automatic Border Control system, is not even comparable with the one used for being integrated into a smartphone).

An important factor is to analyze the risk involved in the operation, and then consider whether the modality is suitable or not, or if it must be complemented with any other modality, authentication factor, or PAD mechanisms.

Vi er svært nær bunnen i trendkanalen nå. En dag eller to så bærer det nordover igjen. Får vi en godmelding så går det styggfort.
ibyx
11.01.2022 kl 09:33 4191

Bør vel være kjipt for de fleste bortsett fra shorterne? Er vel ingen som er her av ren "veldedighet"?
Tenker det er viktigere nå enn da kursen var langt over 3kr å fortelle potensielt nye aksjonærer hvor bra og framtidsrettet IDEX er, med snarlige millionavtaler like rundt neste sving! Gitt at ingenting er endret nyhetsmessig, er derfor IDEX nå et mye bedre kjøp enn for en måneds tid siden!
Så det er bare å håpe at alle de som standhaftig poster oppdaterte nyheter fortsetter med! Ikke alle er like gode å bregunne hvorfor alle nyheter er positive for IDEX, men det er nå så.
Synes det har blitt litt stillere på nyhetsfronten, men det er kanskje bare tilfeldig? Får håpe det ikke er kursnedgangen som legger en demper!
Løp og kjøp! Ikke la shorterne få de billige aksjene! La dem kjøpe dem dyrt etter at kursen smeller opp på millionavtalene som kommer!
Knot
11.01.2022 kl 10:06 4124

Trist det hele. Her venter vi og venter vi men ingen nyheter, salg eller noe positivt. Vi når 2.50 før helgen.
Minnie52
11.01.2022 kl 10:27 4092

Nå e bunnen nådd på 2.82. Kursen setter oppover igjen i løpet av dagen. Nå er det kjøpsmulighet🤗👍
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Minnie52
11.01.2022 kl 11:09 4018

Kjøpe alt eg kan under 2,85🤑
ibyx
11.01.2022 kl 11:10 4011

Vi er vel på et nivå nå hvor de som ikke var så heldige å få delta i emisjonen på 2,85 nå bør kjenne sin besøkelsestid? Litt pr boost ville hjelpe. Sende noen eposter kanskje? :-)
kaunis
11.01.2022 kl 11:18 3987

Tror ikke det er kommet en eneste en dårlig nyhet om IDEX på lange tider, men det er alltid noen som prøver og har prøvd å nedvurdere alt som kunne høres ut som posetivt for selskapet. Heldigvis er det en tilbakelagt tid, for de de måtte innse at utviklingen som var med IDEX Trusted Biobrikken med dens overlegenhet , ikke gav noe som helst mulighet for alle kromspring som ellers var stadige innslag på disse tråder. Akkurat no er det selgtid på OSE, bare å plukke opp alle godbitene som blir servert. Særlig har IDEX fått juling og den er blitt en riktig stor godbit.
Sente
11.01.2022 kl 11:19 4041

Det er ikke Idex sin jobb å drive kursmanipulasjon.
Det er ikke ventet noen særlig store nyheter fra Idex de neste månedene, så det er ikke overaskende kursen går ned fra en overkjøpt teknisk topp.
tuja
11.01.2022 kl 11:32 4003

Hvordan kan du vite at det ikke kommer nyheter? Er du innsider?
ibyx
11.01.2022 kl 12:02 4086

Tenkte jo tilretteleggerne da, ikke selskapet. Det er vel meglerhusenes oppgave å gi både råd og tips til sine kunder. Fx de som ikke fikk kjøpt emisjonsaksjer til fin pris sist? En telefon, e-post; Hei du, nå er IDEX billig igjen. Er du fortsatt interessert?

Interessant det der med oppfatningen om meldiingstørke i de neste månedene. Det lover *potensielt* ikke godt for kursen i lys av hva som skjedde etter fjorårets første emisjon. Den bunnet da dypt etter ca 3 måneder! Også da var det først noe oppgang, men betydelig mindre enn etter fjorårets andre emisjon. Vi vil helst ikke ha en repetisjon av den øvelsen! (1,89kr 18. mai) Ja, noen vil. Det er jo åpenbart. Shortregisteret gir en pekepinn.

Overkjøpt? RSI:34
Podium
11.01.2022 kl 12:31 4055

Sente - hvad tænker du. Der ligger potentielt store nyheder i nærtid. Tror mange venter at Idemia snart er klar med flere banker i Norden. Ikke mindst Rocker Bank roll out, som ventes som den første. Der er tidligere udmeldinger, som tyder på at de har en fransk bank klar. I nærtid forventes flere CUP certs i Kina og ikke mindst nyheder om DCEP projektet. Idex Tier1 partner kan annonceres og ikke mindst Infineon/Idex platform nyheder, for blot at nævne nogle få.
Zwipe PayOne platform cert i et kort kan ventes anyday og en del pilots er meget tæt på.
Sente
11.01.2022 kl 12:36 4074

Ah, skjønner. Ja, husene kan ringe rundt, men jeg vil anta de som ikke kom med på emisjonen også har følgt med på kursutviklingen og ser at den nærmer seg billig igjen. Eller de kjøpte samme dagen som emisjonen, volumet var veldig høyt i de dagene.
Jeg vil ikke si meldingstørke, men (stor) volum bestillinger som flere her inne håper ser jeg ikke i nær fremtid. Vi kan f.eks. få melding om banker som starter å teste kortene fra Idemia, men siden Idemia allerede har bestilt flere hundre tusen sensorer trenger de ikke kjøpe flere med det første.
Samme gjelder Zwipe. Og Zwipe jobber fortsatt med sertifiseringen.
For leveringer til Kina skal digital valuta testes på OL (og evalueres) før det kommer bestillinger derfra antar jeg.
Andre, som Feitian, DWA osv kan alltids kommer med en liten bestilling, men ikke veldig kurs drivende. Om Feitian bestiller noen Trusted Bio hadde det vært et godt tegn for fremtiden, men per nå er de fortsatt på den dyre IDX3205 sensoren.

Den var overkjøpt, derfor tenkte jeg det var naturlig med en korreksjon ned til 3kr. Håper vi kommer over denne støtten igjen, men ser dårlig ut.
ibyx
11.01.2022 kl 12:54 4077

Ser ikke så bra ut nå. Salgspresset bare vedvarer. Her er det bare å gå i bunkersen med det man har, spare på kruttet og fyre løs på et lavere nivå ser det ut til. Hvor kan neste støtte ligge? Knot nevnte 2,50 allerede denne uka. Kanskje ligger den der? 10% ned. Det er jo faktisk ikke veldig mye i en volatil tech-aksje. Hadde det vært MOWI eller EQNR derimot..
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vulkan
11.01.2022 kl 13:03 4065

Den stor, forhåpentligvis solide støtten ligger rundt 2.60
Podium
11.01.2022 kl 13:05 4093

Sente - nyheder er andet end mass rollout. Hvis Idex leverer på de ordrer som de har fået af bla.a. Idemia og Zwipe, så betyder det at markedet er igang og det vil så kunne ses i Q rapporterne. Kursen flytter sig også på realistiske forventninger, såsom at G+D har partnerskab med Infineon/Idex platform, eksempelvis.
Børsen og Idex kurs i disse dage er drevet af rentemeldinger fra FED, hvilket rammer hårdt på innovations bolag som endnu ikke tjener penge. Lad os håbe på nyheder I denne uge som kan vende trenden, som er dramatisk oversold. En stor investor som vil ind til emi kurs er også OK.
Minnie52
11.01.2022 kl 13:52 4011

3,90 nå! Får vi ett lite rally i dag?
ibyx
11.01.2022 kl 13:56 4056

2,91! Faren over for denne gang? Vi hår håpe at skulderputa holder seg på plass! Over 3 innen fredag?
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kaunis
11.01.2022 kl 14:00 4050

Det er bankene som betjener kundene sine og for bankene er det rene eldorado at renta øker, da kan de øke rentepåslaget så de får større fortjeneste. Innskuddsrenten vil nok ikke øke. De har god råd til arbeide med nye kortløsninger så det er ikke her skoen trykker. Det ligger så mange banker rundt om i verden som vil gå over til IDEX TrustedBio brikke , det er dette Q1 kvartalet de mange bestillingene vil komme, og året under et kan ligge på millioner. Ingen fornuftig grunn til at denne skulle falle i kurs. De som mener den var overkjøpt har nok ikke særlig forståelse for potensialet, det er nettopp potensialet som er de beste aksjetradernes kjøpssignal, de sirompete venter til det er for sent, eller skal vi sutrerne som alltid sitter igjen på perrongen.
ibyx
12.01.2022 kl 09:45 3668

Kanskje fant den roen nå? Blir sidelengs +/-7 øre rundt 2,90 til nye meldinger kommer? Greit det? Kanskje slutten av februar?
Sente
12.01.2022 kl 11:18 3564

Overkjøpt referere til teknisk signaler, f.eks. høy RSI. Når RSI eller BB er høy, går kursen som oftest ned.
Det er ikke snakk om "å mene" noe om dette. Det er bare slik aksjer er, enten du liker det eller ikke.
Sente
12.01.2022 kl 11:37 3579

Q4 rapporten vil nok vise noe inntekter, men jeg tviler på den blir veldig positiv.
Innen April når Q1 skal legges frem antar jeg det kommer gode nyheter i tillegg. F.eks. burde kina være nær en avgjørelse om de ønsker å rulle ut flere kort for sin digitale valuta. Q1 rapporten kan være en positiv trigger, men når jeg skrev noen måneder mente jeg at det kan skje ting i April. :)
Ruda9
12.01.2022 kl 16:08 3410

Her skal vi nok få en fin oppgang frem mot q4
kaunis
12.01.2022 kl 17:28 3328

Denne gangen var det FED sin avgjørelse om å heve rentene i USA, ganske raskt som sente verdens børser ned. RSI hadde lite med det å gjøre, men spekkhoggerne ligger bare å venter på en anledning til å angripe en enslig sel hvor det en skal være, likt det noen alltid gjør om det blir en anledning til å skrive negativt, om en aksje de vil inn i for de de ikke har nerver til å satse tidlig på fremtidig inntjening i nykommere. Mange har lagt seg til å tro, att de er så gode, at de skal bare komme inn sekunder før en aksje stiger fort og høyt på kort tid, de bommer nok i 99,99% av alle forsøkene, og da kommer dårlig omtale som et nytt våpen for å skulle komme inn på lavere kurser.
ibyx
12.01.2022 kl 17:50 3297

Shorten øker.
https://ssr.finanstilsynet.no/Home/Details/NO0003070609

Bør gi muligheter for fortsatt billige aksjer fram mot Q4.
Men man vet jo aldri på OSE.
Det kontrære er glatt like gangbart som det motsatte!

Laveste volum på flere uker. Må vel bety at shorterne nå må ta en tørn for å holde kursen "på plass" og for ikke å si bring den videre ned!

Hold deler av kruttet tørt!

PS. En opptur basert på en virkelig god SALGS-melding vil selvsagt sette fart i raketten. 20% opp kanskje før børspause?
Men det er vel en lav pris å betale med de multiplene langsiktige snakker om her?
Vi får bare håpe og tro at den melding, når den kommer (!), er så TYDELIG at den ikke kan misforstås!
Lykke til!
Minnie52
12.01.2022 kl 19:02 3233

https://lnkd.in/eVkUp5i
Check out insights into the latest trends and what we can expect in the year ahead from industry experts, including Vince Graziani, CEO of IDEX Biometrics #biometrics #cybersecurity #authentication https://lnkd.in/eVkUp5i - Page 7
Minnie52
12.01.2022 kl 23:07 3017

https://newsweb.oslobors.no/message/551249
IDEX BIOMETRICS
IDEX Biometrics Presenting at Needham Growth Conference (GlobeNewswire)
2022-01-12 22:38
Oslo, Norway – 12 January 2022 – IDEX Biometrics will be presenting at the 24th Annual Needham Growth Conference on Thursday, 13 January 2022, represented by Vince Graziani, Chief Executive Officer, and Jamie Simms, Chief Financial Officer. This event will be “virtual,” in that institutional investors invited by Needham & Company, LLC, will be meeting throughout the day with Mr. Graziani and Mr. Simms, using an on-line video format. A video recording of the slide presentation and Mr. Graziani’s prepared remarks will be posted on the IDEX Biometrics website after the close of business on 13 January 2022.

For further information contact:

Marianne Bøe, Investor Relations
E-mail: marianne.boe@idexbiometrics.com
Tel: + 47 918 00186
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poki
12.01.2022 kl 23:27 2998

It's all started like this IDEX, IDEMIA,Gemalto with Mastercard

Thales and G&D 😝


" Reany confirmed ongoing Mastercard partnerships with IDEX, Gemalto, and IDEMIA, but says the company is keeping an open mind, and has relationships "

https://www.biometricupdate.com/201902/biometric-payment-cards-path-to-mass-market

Biometric payment cards’ path to mass market
While mass adoption of payment cards with fingerprint sensors may happen soon, exactly when, and who will take what share in the market, is an open question.
Feb 12, 2019 | Chris Burt
CATEGORIES Biometrics News | Biometrics Stocks | Features and Interviews | Financial Services | Fingerprint Recognition
Biometric payment cards’ path to mass market
There is a general consensus among fingerprint sensor providers and other stakeholders that millions of payment cards will be secured with fingerprint biometrics within the next few years. The early trials of biometric payment cards in 2018 are, as recently reported, widely expected to be followed by more trials, with certifications and initial production roll-outs planned before the end of 2019. Goode Intelligence predicts the market will reach 579 million units by 2023, and the enthusiasm with which consumers have embraced the convenience of biometric smartphone unlocking can be taken as an indication that adoption will be rapid if it means less fraud, less cancelled cards, and less spending limits on contactless cards.
Consumers appear to be won over. Surveys have consistently indicated people would prefer them, and even pay a premium for them. An international survey (PDF) from Fingerprint Cards showed that half of consumers would pay extra for a biometric bank card, but as public comfort with biometrics is growing quickly, and the survey was conducted a year and a half ago, it may have risen since then, as FPC’s Marketing Director Ulf Ritsvall tells Biometric Update.

“That was before biometrics reached the 65 percent penetration rate it has today with smartphones,” he says. “This was when it was maybe at 25 percent.”
Challenges remain, however. The first trials were hailed by those conducting them as successful, but if millions of biometric payment cards will be deployed, it will be with some significant differences from the first generation tested last year.
“We learned all we could learn, and we need to get to the product that can be ready for mass market,” Mastercard Executive Vice President, Identity Solutions Bob Reany told Biometric Update in an interview.
While mass adoption of payment cards with fingerprint sensors may happen soon, exactly when, and who will take what share in the market, is an open question.
The issues
Gemalto Director of Biometrics Fred Martinez says in an interview that the company was very happy with the innovation made to produce the first prototype for trial, but already knew it was far from a finished product. “You have some concerns about how the card will behave in the field, especially after several months of usage,” he says. “In particular because it is a very complex product. It is the most complex product we have done for a banking card. You have lots of components inside, lots of connections, and all of it must fit in the ISO format of the banking card, which is very challenging.”
The next generation of cards will need to be contactless, which means it must meet different requirements for power harvesting and efficiency. They must also enable convenient remote enrollment, meet targets for standard production practices and quality, and of course, meet the ever-descending target price.
Power harvesting is a much greater challenge for contactless transactions, which are already a common transaction method in most developed markets. Providing enough security for banks to lift the amount restrictions on contactless transactions is a big part of the appeal for those markets, but running a biometric process on a wirelessly-powered device requires engineering innovation.
“When you change the power harvesting, you change some of the computing power et cetera,” Reany explains. “It’s looking really good in the prototypes, and we think that they’re going to make the certification, but we’re not going to certify anything that’s not ready. We did switch it up a little bit on the requirements of the tech, so even though there were some really good learnings from the first gen, the second gen has to go through its own paces.”
Power efficiency is part of the reason IDEX Biometrics CEO Stan Swearingen says off-chip sensors are better for biometric smart cards. The sensor substrate can be larger, reducing the processing load and therefore the power draw needed, and the ASIC chip can be combined with other elements for further efficiency, according to Swearingen.
“The fabs have finer and finer pitch in their process, and the finer the pitch you go to the more you can integrate and the lower the power, because we’re off-chip,” he explains. “The silicon guys, they can’t use advanced semiconductor processing. The cost would be prohibitive.”
NEXT Biometrics CEO Ritu Favre tells Biometric Update that while the chip design is important, the type of sensor used differentiates her company’s offering. NEXT’s One Touch Flex CT Module is an off-chip solution, but uses the company’s “ActiveThermal” technology, rather than a capacitive sensor.
“Capacitive technology, due to the RC loss, if you’re trying to get a signal from the center of the sensor out, you’re going to see a loss in that signal the bigger your sensor gets,” she explains. If thermal sensing can deliver the required biometric performance with a lower processing, and therefore power load, it could position NEXT well to take significant market share.
Favre acknowledges that as the three main sensor players, NEXT, FPC, and IDEX all have strengths and weaknesses. Each must balance between sensor size and processing power, in order to meet the biometric performance requirements. The different approaches on offer include the capacitive on-chip solution from IDEX, which first launched its low-power sensor for contactless smartcards a year and a half ago.
Reany confirmed ongoing Mastercard partnerships with IDEX, Gemalto, and IDEMIA, but says the company is keeping an open mind, and has relationships with several other suppliers.
“There’s a bunch of them, because as somebody who just wanted to get the thing to market, we weren’t clear on who was going to be able to do that,” he notes.
Continuing innovation has driven down the amount of power needed to perform biometric authentication and payment authorization on the card, enabling the next wave of trials, which will all be contactless, according to Reany. “The energy harvesting in the NFC environment is looking good, and I wouldn’t have said that a year ago,” he admits.
Enrollment has emerged as the other major technical challenge for biometric payment cards. The first set of eight Mastercard trials all involved enrollment on tablets at a bank branch, Reany says, but a convenient and effective remote enrollment process is necessary for mass adoption. There are several different ways to achieve this, including with an associated mobile app. The one that seems to have the most traction is a sleeve which MeReal Biometrics co-Founder and CEO Philippe Blot describes as “a battery in paper.”
“We’re fortunate we’re a first mover and as a first mover you get insights into things that your competitors don’t,” says Swearingen. “And one of the first things we saw with Mastercard a few years ago was how important enrollment is for the biometric performance of a smart card, and then the need to do that in a remote way. Which created a pretty interesting innovation challenge.”
Mastercard revealed the sleeve developed in collaboration with IDEX in May. Reany says the enrollment solution is working, and the user experience is steadily improving, though he says Mastercard will also explore the process with smartphone apps, at least for those manufacturers that allow third-party access to the NFC chip.
All stakeholders are convinced of the importance of enrollment to user experience.
“I can’t overemphasize how important the enrollment process is to the overall experience,” says Swearingen. “A good quality enrollment will lead to a phenomenal customer experience. A poor enrollment will lead to a very poor experience, and we just can’t afford to have poor experiences with this application.”
Favre emphasizes the importance of sensor size for the enrollment experience, as well as user experience more generally. This is where the advantage of being both off-chip, as well as a rare non-capacitive player in the market comes in, she says.
“We, as well as IDEX, and Synaptics for that matter, are all considered off-chip technologies, which means that you can make a larger sensor, depending on what material you’re in,” Favre explains.
NEXT’s flexible sensors are more durable at larger sizes, she says, as well as raising the difference in the type of sensing used again. “There’s an issue with the capacitive technology the larger you get.” She says size to cost ratio is another differentiator for NEXT’s sensor technology in the payment card market.
Blot is not convinced that NFC payments are going to be a preferred payment method in the long term.
“When you have opened the discussion to the chip, you have many holes of security possible in the transaction process: in the point-of-sale, at the payment gateway,


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Minnie52
13.01.2022 kl 10:44 2683

Les nederste avsnitt på siden.
👍👍👍
ibyx
13.01.2022 kl 11:43 2609

Mener du det som referer til denne rapporten fra desember?
https://www.miteksystems.com/innovation-hub/research-reports/authenticating-identities-in-the-digital-economy?
Some of what you'll learn inside...
72%
of digital account users say that seamless logins
will increase their trust in a service provider,
36%
of digital account users prefer two-step 
authentication when logging in from a new device
55%
of consumers trust biometric methods
more than passwords and pin codes
Minnie52
13.01.2022 kl 12:06 2577

Nei, det var til Poki sitt innlegg. Det er en link så jeg får ikke kopiert tekst.
ibyx
13.01.2022 kl 12:13 2559

Rapporten er omtalt nederst i poki sin lenke. Jeg hentet den bare opp fra Mitek sitt sted (de har samarbeidet om denne undersøkelsen). Grunnen er at de viste til litt mer av innholdet i den lukkede artikkelen som du ser; Some of what you'll learn inside...
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ibyx
13.01.2022 kl 12:52 2498

Har et par spørsmål i anknytning til siste emisjonsmelding.
(klipper og limer litt! 😂)

IDEX is pleased to announce that the Private Placement has been successfully
completed and will raise gross proceeds to the Company of approx. USD 30
million, equivalent to NOK 256 million, through the issue of 89,777,824 new
shares (the "Offer Shares") at a price of NOK 2.85 per Offer Share (the "Offer
Price").

Mener å huske noen si at de svir av ca 15MNOK pr mnd? Når kan vi da forvente neste emisjon? Om ca 1,5 år? Det er jo heldigvis ganske lenge til

The Private Placement attracted strong interest from Norwegian, Nordic and
international high-quality institutional investors and was multiple times
oversubscribed. In light of the strong demand for the Company's Offer Shares in
the bookbuilding for the Private Placement, the Company decided to increase the
offering size from up to the NOK equivalent of USD 25 million to up to the NOK
equivalent of USD 30 million.

Jeg har vel nevnt det før. Men hvorfor alle dager har ikke disse benyttet anledningen til å kjøpe nå?
Kanskje noen har plukket *litt*. Men *multiple times oversubscribed.*!! Er aksjer i emisjoner *bedre* enn de som handles normalt på børs gitt samme pris? Her er det noe som skurrer.

mener å huske at då får deler av lønn i aksjer med jevne mellomrom..
Minnie52
13.01.2022 kl 15:46 2452

Short reduser, snart oppgang.
POSITION HOLDER SHORT POSITION SHORT PERCENT POSITION DATE (DD.MM.YYYY)
BRONTE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT PTY LTD 6 706 489 0,66% 12.01.2022
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13.01.2022 kl 16:02 2434

8MUSD i utgifter og 0,7MUSD i inntekter i Q3. Forhåpentligvis øker inntektene fremover, så det er ikke garantert de trenger penger om 1,5 år. :)

Det ble handlet 100 millioner aksjer på emisjons dagen, så det er mulig folk kjøpte da. Å handle i emisjonen er nok litt bedre, siden en får pris garanti og en påvirker ikke kursen om en skal ha mange aksjer.