Maybe you should read up more on s-1 filings. Also, if you knew anything about the company, you would know that those 45,000,000 shares represent the current deal with GS. Nothing new. That is only if they chose to continue to go thru gs for financing.
An s-1 is typically filed when a private company intends to go public. However, when a company is already public, it most times means a company is entering into a partnership with another company. If you read the registration statement, the max number of of shares being registered is 5,000,000. i've been told from a credible source that, it is very possible that the pps could take off because of this filing. We shall see on thur.