Following were the most active stock losers on Tuesday. Keep an eye on these stocks this week.
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Marketing Worldwide Corp. (OTCMKTS:MWWC) developer of crypto mining platform ‘Minosis’, released beta testing results that prove the platform’s viability. The company projects profits for 2022 with only 1000 testers, once the platform goes live these numbers could multiply quickly.
This may not have been the most significant announcement in the release, however, MWWC has retained BlockchainX to push forward its proprietary coin, the Minosis Token “$MWS.” While Minosis will be able to mine BTC, ETC, and four other top cryptocurrencies, MWS could be its greatest revenue generator in the long run. Especially if it can follow in the footsteps of meme currencies like $DOGE or $SHIB who made news of its own recently after Steven Cooper, CEO of Bigger Entertainment, started to rally the #shibarmy to burn of 1 billion SHIB tokens.
News like this may have evaded investors due to the sheer amount of bitcoin noise, but based on $MWWC’s corporate Twitter, there are several more updates to come over the next month and a half. Any of them could be a catalyst for MWWC stock.
Prom Resources Inc. (OTCMKTS:PRMO) stock was a key volume buzzer in the previous trading session as the stock ended lower by 20% to $0.0004 with over 62.27 million shares traded hands, compared to its average volume of 104.87 million shares.
Prom Resources, Inc. engages in the exploration and extraction of gold ores, corundum, and beryl materials at various mining and exploration perimeters in Madagascar.
Image Protect Inc. (OTCMKTS:IMTL) stock has been seeing selling pressure in the past week. On Tuesday, the stock was down 20% to $0.0004 with more than 3.43 million shares traded hands, compared to its average volume of 34.22 million shares.
Image Protect, Inc., a media company, focuses on microcap news, information, and disclosures. It produces, distributes, contracts, and publishes various content assets for microcap companies and investors, including CEO/exec interviews, press releases, disclosure statements, and video news under the Mcap MediaWire name.
Yuengling’s Ice Cream Corporation (OTCMKTS:ARSN) stock has been seeing selling pressure in the past week. On Tuesday, the stock slid 20% at $0.0008 with more than 56.63 million shares traded hands, compared to its average volume of 35.51 million shares.
The company announced that it has signed a binding Letter of Intent to acquire Revolution Desserts, LLC. Revolution owns or licenses the Gelato Fiasco, Sweet Scoops, Art Cream, and SoCo Creamery brands.
Coin Citadel (OTCMKTS:CCTL) was one of the notable losers in the previous session. On Tuesday, the stock fell 20% to $0.2750 with more than 3.12 million shares traded hands, compared to its average volume 2.07 million shares.
Coin Citadel, a digital currency and blockchain investment company, focuses on building, operating, and supporting blockchain technologies. The company engages in cryptocurrency mining activities; and development of exchange and mining pool platforms.
World Health Energy Holdings Inc. (OTCMKTS:WHEN) stock was a key volume buzzer in the previous trading session as the stock ended lower by 20% to $0.0004 with over 3.84 million shares traded hands, compared to its average volume of 29.88 million shares.
World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. operates as an energy, health, and cybersecurity technology company. The company develops and implements B2B cybersecurity system software programs for the cyber challenges of businesses, non-governmental organizations, and governmental entities.