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  • Guess those in the know are placing their bets.

  • Kabooom!!!!!!

  • Gotta feeling a rally is about to ensue.

  • They have signed a lease to greatly increase their office space. They know their future- do you?

  • baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 24, 2016 11:42 AM Flag

    somebody has an ear to the meeting- look at all the green buys on L2 right now!!!!

  • Once the news is out, the stock will rise as the uncertainty is removed.

  • One would expect more of a profit taking even in the absence of a pending reverse split. the stock is holding up very well.

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    8K form with SEC = POSITIVE

    by vagrantprofile Mar 24, 2016 11:31 AM
    baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 24, 2016 11:34 AM Flag

    On March 10, 2016, effective February 29, 2016, the Company and the Landlord entered into a second amendment to the New Lease (the "Second Amendment"), pursuant to which the Company agreed to, (i) expand the premises under the New Lease by an additional 24,495 square feet effective April 16, 2016 and (ii) extend the term of the New Lease to August 31, 2021. The blended monthly rate under the New Lease as amended by the Second Amendment will range from $49,485.53 per month to $57,998.10 per month.

  • baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 24, 2016 11:30 AM Flag

    stock price is creeping back up off the lows-interesting.

  • anyone? A vote for reverse split does not mean the split immediately takes effect. If this gets to say .40 on its own they could get by with a 1:10 split.

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Mar 24, 2016 11:02 AM Flag

    could get interesting

  • Can anyone provide a credible link to confirm.

  • almost 10 millions shares the first 10 minutes

  • Seen this movie before. Run up the price of a penny stock just prior to earnings and the kaboom- 1:10 reverse split and huge increase in shares- dilution. Hope I'm wrong but I got out today

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Mar 20, 2016 9:33 AM Flag

    Wocket® is the smartest wallet you will ever own. Designed to protect your identity and replace your old wallet, simply save your cards into Wocket once and they are immediately secured. You can choose a card from the touch screen and Wocket programs its single, smart card (Wocket Card) or uses its NFC touch to pay technology to match your selection. Your Wocket can be used virtually anywhere that credit cards are accepted today. Wocket can also display a variety of barcodes.

    All your credit, debit, loyalty, gift, ID, membership, insurance, medical information, passwords, and virtually any other information can be protected on Wocket®.

  • Looking forward to NXTD scrolling across the the CNBC ticker

    What’s in your wallet? A debit card and ID? Or, perhaps a number of various banking and credit cards? While the size and content of one’s wallet may differ, one concern remains consistent: identity and asset protection. With the news of data breaches and rise in identity theft in recent years, it seems all too easy for a stranger to get hold of credit card and bank account numbers. Clearly, there is a demand for smart, effective security solutions available at all levels. NXT-ID (NXTD), a technology development company, aims to address these concerns with solutions that seem like they were plucked straight from a sci-fi movie, starting with the most basic of possessions: your wallet.

    Headquartered in Oxford, CT, NXT-ID holds a portfolio of technology patents and biometric security solutions for corporations, government agencies and consumers. The company technology solutions include:

    3D-ID, which provides access control through biometric facial analysis.
    MobileBio® FaceMatch®, a modular facial recognition platform technology that can be applied to a variety of platforms including smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.
    MobileBio™ VoiceMatch™, a modular voice recognition technology.
    MobileBio™ BioCloud™, a cloud-based identity authentication solution for consumer applications and enterprise security.
    Wocket®, which protects one’s identity while replacing all debit and credit cards normally kept in one’s wallet without needing a smartphone or internet connection.

    Focused on the growing mobile commerce market, NXT-ID announced today a major development for its Wocket® solution.

    Beginning the week of March 21, 2016, the company will begin airing of a new series of commercials. Featuring a Wocket smart wallet consumer 30-second spot along with a corporate ad, the commericals will air on Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News and CNBC. “2016 will see a broadening of our revenue base beyond Wocket, as we exploit the breadth of our technology and capabilities,” said Gino Pereira, CEO of NXT-ID. “The first example of this is the development of the WorldVentures DreamTrips™ smart card. This will be followed by other significant partnerships. As such, we wanted to invite investors to look at the broad range of what the Company has to offer through a corporate video."

    As it turns out, this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the company’s recent achievements. Just last month, the company announced the first purchase order for up to $15 million for a new SmartCard being developed for WorldVentures vacation club Members, coined the The DreamTrips™ card. The DreamTrips™ card aims to make travel, vacationing and daily purchases simpler and more secure for WorldVentures 500,000 DreamTrips members, along with 80,000 new members joining every month.

    When making purchases, one should alway be confident in knowing that their information is protected. NXT-ID aims to ease safety concerns by developing the smartest wallet one can own. With the company’

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Mar 20, 2016 8:41 AM Flag

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    There’s no shortage of companies aiming to consolidate your plastic methods of payment, and they’re all angling to accomplish the same goal: eliminate the annoyance of carrying around dozens of credit, debit, loyalty, and gift cards in an overstuffed wallet.

    The only problem? Most have struggled to make it to market. Perhaps the best-known example, Coin, won’t fulfill all of its orders until Q1 of this year, and another, Swype, is limiting pre-orders. But there’s one startup, NXT-ID, that’s miraculously managed to avoid the fate of its competitors and deliver its Wocket payment solution to virtual store shelves.

    NXT-ID is not exactly an emergent brand — it unveiled the Wocket in April of last year — but the company has managed to stay true to its original vision with the latest iteration of its wallet, an impressive feat in a space as volatile as the mobile payment sector.
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    The Wocket’s basically made up of two components: a physical, removable credit card, and a boxy, rectangular card selector into which the aforementioned credit card fits. The card selector, which sports a touchscreen e-ink display and runs on a standard coin battery, is where the magic happens: you select a saved virtual card to assign to the physical card, which emulates a card swipe by transmitting a wireless signal to a given point-of-sales system. (The current version lacks support for contactless payments, but NXT-ID said an updated model with NFC will launch sometime in the next few weeks.)

    Related: Stratos makes a last-minute deal with Ciright One

    Cards with magnetic stripes are added by swiping them through the selector, while cards with barcodes (e.

  • baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 20, 2016 8:35 AM Flag

    New York City area ad campaign starts Monday- CNBC , Boomberg Fox and other investor friendly TV stations in the New York Metro area- Millions of viewers.

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    There’s no shortage of companies aiming to consolidate your plastic methods of payment, and they’re all angling to accomplish the same goal: eliminate the annoyance of carrying around dozens of credit, debit, loyalty, and gift cards in an overstuffed wallet.

    The only problem? Most have struggled to make it to market. Perhaps the best-known example, Coin, won’t fulfill all of its orders until Q1 of this year, and another, Swype, is limiting pre-orders. But there’s one startup, NXT-ID, that’s miraculously managed to avoid the fate of its competitors and deliver its Wocket payment solution to virtual store shelves.

    NXT-ID is not exactly an emergent brand — it unveiled the Wocket in April of last year — but the company has managed to stay true to its original vision with the latest iteration of its wallet, an impressive feat in a space as volatile as the mobile payment sector.
    Wocket-smart-wallet
    Kyle Wiggers/Digital Trends

    The Wocket’s basically made up of two components: a physical, removable credit card, and a boxy, rectangular card selector into which the aforementioned credit card fits. The card selector, which sports a touchscreen e-ink display and runs on a standard coin battery, is where the magic happens: you select a saved virtual card to assign to the physical card, which emulates a card swipe by transmitting a wireless signal to a given point-of-sales system. (The current version lacks support for contactless payments, but NXT-ID said an updated model with NFC will launch sometime in the next few weeks.)

    Related: Stratos makes a last-minute deal with Ciright One

    Cards with magnetic stripes are added by swiping them through the selector, while cards with barcodes (e.

  • baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 18, 2016 9:22 PM Flag

    And then we come to the newbies. Smaller companies such as Coin, Wocket, and Plastc are offering all-in-one digital credit cards. These all come in the form of a smart card yet have minute details that tell them apart. Coin notifies a user via bluetooth if they’ve left their card behind, Wocket has voice recognition technology and comes in a stylish leather pocket, while Plastc has an e-ink touchscreen that makes it quick and simple to select a particular card. Coin retails for $100, Wocket is $149.99, and Plastc is available for $155. While these designs are creating curiosity amongst consumers, not one of them has properly rolled out to market. Coin has delivered beta devices to those who pre-ordered the device last year, Plastc is currently taking pre-orders and consumers are having to request an invite to purchase Wocket.

    With so many new payment system options around, it’s hard to differentiate between them. This is making it difficult for consumers to decide on which one to go with, and whether to sign up at all. It seems that digital cards are coming out on top, as Google Wallet has recently introduced one to accompany its app and Apple Pay is the only service of its kind not to bring one out so far.

    What it mainly boils down to is how many participating stores and banks there are out there. If these futuristic systems don’t currently function in the majority of places, it seems obvious that the humble credit or debit card still has a prosperous future ahead.

    Apple Pay, Google Wallet, Coin, Wocket, Plastc

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