Thank you for responding JamesE. It sounds as though you may have some inside information to share with us all. I sincerely encourage you to do so please.
First, I dare say I am not remotely concerned about Robert Liscouski's bad side. In fact, I think he would actually enjoy sitting down and having a long discussion.
So now, lets get to real business. Exactly how do you know Salvani is in fact not connected to CCTC? I would think that investors would like to know who the leaders of their companies are connected to and doing business with. Salvani is not simply a "shady" character as you say. We are talking about nearly three decades of associations with some of the biggest scammers of our times. Salvani has a very distinguished list of microcap friends that includes the likes of Barry Honig, Murray Huberfeld, David Levy, AJ Discala, Bodner, Frost, Lyons, Knox, and the list goes on and on. (Rumor has it Salvani and Huberfeld aren't getting along anymore)
Lets think about this seriously and discuss it openly. 1. CCTC is years into operations, 2. has not generated any revenue, 3. has had no contracts, 4. has borrowed and spent millions, and 5. all while paying their officers a half million per year salary from the money of shareholders that actually put up real money. I'm not talking about shareholders like Salvani, his IR buddies or those girls that register and manage all his countless "home based" corporations that get millions of shares for free (aka "consulting") or by convincing larger investors to put up $10K, $20K, $30K for only 50,000 shares. I'm talking about the real legitimate shareholders like the guys here that buy a few hundred or thousand shares every now and then.
You see, if CCTC appoints a new director that has ties to Salvani by way of another company. Don't you think CCTC investors at least would like to know of a potential risk? Let me give you an example JamesE. I think that investors of Blockchain Terminal would have liked to of known that Salvani sent none other than Murray Huberfeld (who was under indictment and awaiting conviction/sentencing at the time) to invest in BCT. Admittedly, things went bad when Salvani found out that Huberfeld agreed to give them money on the condition that Salvani not be allowed to participate in the company. (MY GOD how bad do you really have to be for a guy like Huberfeld to not want you on an investment.) Sadly, BCT investors got distracted over the whole Boaz Maynor fiasco, but still, I think they would have like to of known that guys like Salvani and Huberfeld or their associates were involved in major behind the scenes action at BCT.
Lets discuss a few other points JamesE. Attempting to register patents around the world means literally nothing. Anyone here can attempt to register a patent anywhere in the word if they are willing to pay the fees. Make a crooked paperclip and you can patent it as a new product. Doesn't mean its worth anything. University partnerships?! I hear Harvard and Yale will "partner" with you on getting your child into their classes these days.
Now, you mention commercial viability, yet disregard commercial sustainability? I find that curious. If CCTC may or may not be viable, WHY would their officers and directors risk "sustaining" their half a million per year salary to find out that their product or service might not be viable? Is that a fair question for investors to ask JamesE?
In light of the points above, I do think its fair for you to now explain to us all exactly how you know that Salvani is not involved in any dealings with CCTC. Afterall, we surely do not want a situation similar to Oroplata where it takes nearly two years for investors to find out the company was involved in the current Roger Knox prosecution. ORRP somehow forgot to include that little detail in their current SEC filings. And scarily, the two main executives at ORRP are also the exectutives of eWellness (EWLL) which is...wait for it...also affiliated with Salvani!