Shares of AIQ dropped significantly on Monday following the announcement of its widened first-half pretax loss and decreased revenue. The company also expressed concern regarding its ability to continue as a going concern, highlighting a material uncertainty.

Shares: At 0728 GMT, AIQ shares were down 5.5 pence, or 42%, at 7.5 pence.

For the six months ended April 30, AIQ reported a pretax loss of £352,848 ($453,374), compared to £202,221 in the previous year.

Revenue: Revenue experienced a significant decline, falling from £361,061 to £72,960.

AIQ attributed these disappointing results to the challenging environment for nonfungible tokens (NFTs) and other blockchain-based projects, which have been impacted by macroeconomic conditions and volatility in the crypto markets.

The company anticipates that full-year revenue will be notably lower than the previous fiscal year's total of £498,388.

AIQ assures that it is meeting its day-to-day working capital requirements and remaining operational as a going concern. However, it acknowledges the existence of a material uncertainty that raises doubts about its ability to sustain itself.

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