wileyrabbit Monday, 06/10/19 02:15:20 PM Re: None Post # of 286 PcJockey is not correct. In February, CLSK announced its intention to pursue an uplisting; however, there was no definitive timeline. On April 17th, however, CLSK entered into a Purchase Agreement (filed with the SEC) whereby it committed to file its application to uplist within 45 days. The $4/share requirement is also only one of many ways to uplist; hence why there are many, many companies on Nasdaq trading for less than $4/share (and that uplist with lower share prices). I know because I asked the CLSK public relations contact [Brett Maas <firstname.lastname@example.org>] because I was curious if they defaulted under the Purchase Agreement from April 17th. He confirmed that they did not default and that they submitted their application on time. Likely no PR because the markets are getting pummeled by tariff talks. But they did apply, which means they will likely hear back within 30 days.