What makes you think SQNM management has any interest in the options? Where are you getting millions of dollars from? The contract range is about 8 cent to 1.80 at the top and the huge majority of them traded less than 50 cents. There is roughly 11k open interest in that Dec 7 calls and let’s says for argument sake the average price is 80 cents. That means the total premium collected on those options is about $880k. Now that premium goes to all the sellers of these contracts not to SQNM and the sellers are made up of market makers, firms, and retail investors. The market makers and the off floor firms are all different companies and SQNM is listed on 8 different exchange platforms with different companies who are the market makers. Who in SQNM would benefit? Any officer who bought or sold options in the open market would have to file with the SEC and it would be too obvious. You really are just whining about something you don’t understand.