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Edited: BABL Infrastructure & Valuation Consideration

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Edited: BABL Infrastructure & Valuation Consideration

(Edited the part regarding California & Harborside.)

Before we get to how this valuation is derived for BABL, I think that it is important to understand the logical deduction that I believe is a solid presumption to reflect that there is a ”direct correlation” that could be considered to ”compare & contrast” the infrastructures between the BABL/Buildablock website compared to the websites of WeedMaps, Leafly, and MassRoots within the Robtex database.

For inquiring minds, Robtex is an ”official” link to research the infrastructure of a company’s website to confirm legitimacy and at what levels of legitimacy it exists. Robtex is basically a comprehensive free DNS lookup tool on the Internet. Robtex is also used by the National Security Agency (NSA):

Robtex is usually the first place that many go to for doing data forensics, investigating competitors, tracking spammers or hackers or a virus, or just curious about a website being legit to very legit.

Below is the Robtex link as the primary location to begin:

Below are the Robtex links I used after typing in each name to ”compare & contrast” the infrastructures between the BABL/Buildablock website to the websites of WeedMaps, Leafly, and MassRoots within the Robtex database; click the first result at the top of the list that pops up for each company to get to the links below:

Buildablock (typed to get below link)

WeedMaps (typed to get below link)

Leafly (typed to get below link)

MassRoots (typed to get below link)

For each link, scroll down under the Fingerprint flowchart to the section titled… Which mail servers does _ _ _ _ _ _ _ use?… then click the link directly where it says… The mail server.

Then click the link next to each Fingerprint to get to the Mailservers for each of the Buildablock, WeedMaps, Leafly, and MassRoots websites as indicated below: Fingerprint = 025a9c55 Fingerprint = 249a04e3 Fingerprint = 70059cc4 Fingerprint = See Mail Server Note below

Mail Server Note: MassRoots is setup a little different. MassRoots will have listed as its Mail Servers ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM, ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM, ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM, AZFAC.COM, CYNAPSIA.COM, GBCONLINE.ORG and under the following Fingerprints of d1e9de25, e3ab6967, 914c2e62, e75b3d6f, 5f7e3886, and cd1e2071 accordingly.

After clicking on each Fingerprint, you have to go through and add the totals of each page to get a grand total of Mailservers for each website.

Mailservers for = 3,806 from 35 Pages
Mailservers for = 4,367 from 43 Pages
Mailservers for = 3,445 from 32 Pages
Mailservers for = 1,066 from 16 Pages

BABL with its website has a current Market Cap of $1,986,456 as of close of business Oct 24, 2016 at .0108 per share:

MSRT with its website has a current Market Cap of $38,251,413 as of close of business (cob) Oct 24, 2016 at .86 per share:

If you read the info within the link below from the MassRoots website, I think it’s fair to believe that WeedMaps and Leafly both will be as big or bigger than MassRoots:

Because of MassRoots being basically the smaller out of the 3 companies compared to BABL, I think all would see that only a ”compare & contrast” model would need to be derived for MSRT/MassRoots to see how undervalued BABL is while trading still at these current levels in comparison. So, as of cob Oct 24, 2016…

BABL (Buildablock) Share Price = .0108 per share
MSRT (MassRoots) Share Price = .86 per share

BABL (Buildablock) Market Cap = $1,986,456
MSRT (MassRoots) Market Cap = $38,251,413

BABL (Buildablock) Mailservers = 35 Pages
MSRT (MassRoots) Mailservers = 16 Pages

So, MSRT has a Market Cap that is 19.2 times greater than that of the BABL Market Cap as derived below:

$38,251,413 ÷ $1,986,456 = 19.2

So technically speaking, some might argue that based on the BABL Market Cap comparison to MSRT and with BABL having an infrastructure for its mailservers slightly greater than twice the size of the amount of mailservers for MSRT that BABL could be worth .20+ per share as derived below:

.0108 x 19.2 = .207

This seems to be consistent with what the Private Placement for BABL shares that were done at .25 per share with a small group of sophisticated investors outside the United States where 6,427,000 shares were issued in exchange for $1,463,750 in proceeds back in June of 2012:

MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BUILDABLOCK CORP. (OTCBB: BABL), (“BABL” or the “Company”), today announced that it has completed additional sales of an aggregate of 200,000 shares of its common stock at an offering price of $0.25 per share. The offering, which is now completed, resulted in the issuance of an aggregate of 6,427,000 shares for aggregate gross proceeds of $1,463,750. Aggregate commissions were $143,675. The offering was made to a small group of sophisticated investors outside the United States in reliance on Section 4(2) of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and/or Regulation S promulgated thereunder. In connection with the offering, the Company issued one warrant for each share issued, for an aggregate of 6,427,000 warrants. Each warrant may be exercised at any time through August 31, 2013 at an exercise price of $0.50 per share.

Observe the chart below from the MassRoots (MSRT) website of the key variables compared to its competitors:

Now go back towards the beginning of this post and look at the infrastructure that is being built with BABL compared to the infrastructure of WeedMaps, Leafly, and MassRoots. I have to ask... Do you really think that BABL is doing all of this updated work behind the scenes for nothing?

Also, above I compared the Market Cap for BABL to MSRT (MassRoots) to show that a fair price for BABL could be in the .20+ per share range. Look at the Market Cap for WeedMaps and Leafly from the table/chart above. From doing the math, one could derive that .20+ per share could be considered a discount which justifies why the Private Placement that I indicated above for .25 per share was executed in the past.

I think they have been quiet for some positive reasons. I think they have been planning something big that they have been working on for some time now that is centered around the California ballot for the vote for Proposition 64 to legalize marijuana that’s connected to these Harborside thoughts below:

For now, these thoughts should be considered speculative at best, but one should stay tuned here with BABL to see what will further materialize.

Also, consider the timing of the Statement of Use (SOU) which could be referenced from the posts below within this forum:

BABL - Intellectual property (courtesy of sam1933):

In my opinion, I think BABL has a huge relationship with a company that’s part of Big Pharma (major pharmaceutical companies). Let’s be real about this. Big Pharma has been late to the party within the Marijuana Industry because of not fully understanding the initial magnitude of how things have publicly matured to where it’s at now. The only way for Big Pharma to make up ground within the Marijuana Industry is going to be through acquisitions/mergers. I think Big Pharma will be looking for those companies that already have their ”infrastructure” intact for that particular segment within the Marijuana Industry of which it chooses to venture off into. After reading the info above regarding the ”infrastructure” of BABL and going through it step by step, I think you will see that BABL has one of the best infrastructures that could exist for a penny stock. Please, research this to confirm for yourself.

I truly believe that there is no way BABL is doing such a huge task… quietly… for nothing.

To get further significant thoughts regarding BABL, read the posts blow courtesy of sam1933, DD_dempsey, Ardbeg, Michel:


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