Activity in the penny stock of The Digital Development Group Corp., aka Digidev, (DIDG) could finally start to see the long awaited action on the former RSRS stock. DIDG stock price is set to open at 0.61 after dropping -3.17% on volume of 711,929 shares traded in the last trading session. Digidev announced today the signing of a signing of a Memorandum of Understanding towards licensing and developing a “Something Weird Channel” for their streaming online platform. Since DIDG, orginally RSRS, began trading on April 9th, the shares have traded in a range from $1.35 to $0.45.
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A new half million dollar promotion has begun today classifying Digidev as “Google’s Next $-Billion-Plus Buyout?” Highlighted phrases within the promotion (see here) are pushing the providers of seamless, scalable and integrated backend technological solutions which enable content providers to deliver their content across multiple platforms as “A Google, Comcast, or AT&T buyout” candidate which “could drive this under $1 now stock to $20, $25, or even $33.93! For a few seconds the calculations began to attempt to derive how they come up with $33.93, but then the reality of DIDG stock being a summer pump and dump took control and thoughts of butterflies and lollipop trees appeared.
About DIDG Stock
Digital Development Group Corp., Digidev, is focused on the opportunity presented by over-the-top (OTT) Home Entertainment Media which targets DVD players and video game consoles, Smart TVs, stand alone internet connected devices such as Roku and Google TV, etc… plus mobile devices with built-in internet connectivity. These devices piggyback on existing network services in consumers homes and offices, pulls content from the Internet and delivers it to the consumers TV set or other display unit. It’s often referred to as “over-the-top” because the services ride “on top” of the service users already have, and doesn’t require any business or technology affiliations, or additional subscriptions with their network provider.
For more information about “Something Wierd Video”, visit www.somethingweird.com
Bottom Line: Add DIDG to the list of penny stocks to watch that are in the early stage of pump mode. Shares had been inactive since the Name and symbol change due to the largest online trading platforms, eTrade, non-registration of the new share certificate. All activity since the name change has occurred with online brokers other than eTrade. DIDG should see some positive trading in the coming weeks so its worth your attention in the early stages.
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