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Advanced Blockchain AG: Expected half-year result of approximately EUR 1.5 million

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Advanced Blockchain AG / Key word(s): Half Year Results/Cryptocurrency / Blockchain
Advanced Blockchain AG: Expected half-year result of approximately EUR 1.5 million

30-Jun-2021 / 16:47 CET/CEST
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Advanced Blockchain AG (Frankfurt, primary market Düsseldorf, XETRA: ISIN DE000A0M93V6) expects a significantly improved result in the first half of 2021 based on the currently available figures. The half-year result is expected to amount to approximately EUR 1.5 million (EBITDA) (previous year: TEUR -238). For the full year 2021, the company expects a result (EBITDA) at least at the level of the half-year result, whereby the development on the markets for digital assets has a significant influence on the possibilities for realising profits.

The publication of the half-year results will take place in the third quarter.

Further information on Advanced Blockchain AG and its projects and investments is available at www.advancedblockchain.com.
 

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Language:

English

Company:

Advanced Blockchain AG

Scharnhorststraße 24

10115 Berlin

Germany

Phone:

+4930403669510

Fax:

030403669511

E-mail:

info@advancedblockchain.com

Internet:

www.advancedblockchain.com

ISIN:

DE000A0M93V6

WKN:

A0M93V

Listed:

Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf (Primärmarkt), Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange

EQS News ID:

1213962


 

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