Yes, there will be some share dilution, but take a look at Amazon vs Barnes & Noble and tell me that share dilution or fundamentals have anything to do with the price of a stock in this market. Also, I am flying to Germany in a week and a half to look at another company that is telling me they have written the best online gaming (casino gaming) software in the world and they want stock in a public company. The boys at Netbilling are aware of this opportunity and want it as badly as I do. If we can put both things together, the structure and the dilution will be one way. If not, it will be different. But we are just getting started. We hope to build this into a very substantial, profitable company in the next few years. However, it is still very much a development stage company and should be seen as such. We will do our best to build a good company, but I'll tell you what I used to tell my clients when I was a stock broker - "Never put more than you can afford to loose in a low priced, development stage company. The promoter could get run over by a truck tomorrow. But every company in the Fortune 500 was once a development stage company. So if you really like it, put something in it. Nothing worthwhile is ever accomplished without taking a risk."
That's my .02 cents worth.
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