PLC () has reaffirmed its target of achieving break-even at the EBITDA level in the second half of this year as it published its maiden results as a listed company.
It has now stopped accepting new subscriptions and is ending all mining-as-a-service contracts and will now mine crypto-currencies for itself following a downturn in the market. It is also cutting costs.
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The results covered the period from incorporation on December 7, 2017 to December 31 last year.
The statement showed the company made a loss of £4.1mln and had cash of £15mln at the end of last month. Revenue from mining services for the period “from mid-2018” was £760,000.
Argo has made an £843,000 provision in its accounts related to “placing monies due” from investment bank Mirabaud as part of its listing last August. The business was reported to have raised an estimated £25mln from the float.
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