Australian payments company digitalBTC (ASX: DCC) today released its results for the quarter-ended June. The company witnessed a massive jump of 45% in revenue, from $3.8 million in Q1 2015 to $5.5 million this quarter.
The company reported stronger numbers due to a sustained growth in digitalX Direct revenues. digitalX Direct is the flagship product of digitalBTC, providing real-time Bitcoin liquidity to institutions and Bitcoin retailers. The increase in profit margin was attributed to higher sale margins and reduced hedging costs.
Financial Standing as of June 30, 2015
The Company reported cash and Bitcoin inventory totaling US$3.6 million at the end of Q2, 2015. This includes US$2.6 million in cash and $US1.0 million in Bitcoin.
The Company issued 15.9 million shares at $0.22 per share to raise approximately $3.5 million from sophisticated investors. The raised funds will be used to accelerate the roll out and commercialization of AirPocket in target markets.
AirPocket is a mobile-based money transfer platform and is the company’s entry in the remittance market. Since the growth in the smartphones market looks poised to continue, digitalBTC believes that this product has the ability to disrupt the remittance market, globally.
Negative Cash Flow is the Sore Point
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