Its Just The Beginning for Gopher Protocol (OTCMKTS:GOPH) Are You Watching?

Guardian Pet Tracker by Gopher Protocol

Our Readers Scored Big On Gopher Protocol (OTCMKTS:GOPH) Last Month But It's Not Too Late To Get In Early

If you'd have taken a position in GOPH when we first highlighted it, you'd be sitting on an 800% gain right now. Don't worry, though. There's still time to get into this technology runner ahead of the crowd.

Anyone that caught our last coverage of Gopher Protocol (OTCMKTS:GOPH) and picked up a position on the back of us urging them to put the company on their watch list has scored big since that date.

For those that missed it, it's available here.

As part of that coverage, we gave our readers three reasons to take a look at GOPH and we suggested that once they had, they'd be rushing to pick up an exposure to the incredible growth potential that we felt the company had.

At that time, Gopher Protocol went for $1.33 a share. Fast forward to January 11 and the stock trades for $2.72 – a 104% run in a matter of weeks.

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And in fact, this was the second time we gave our readers a chance to get in ahead of the curve on this stock. Our initial highlight came back in October, here. At that time, OTCMKTS:GOPH was trading way down at $0.30. From that point to the just noted $2.72 highs, early entrants are looking at a more than 800% gain.

For those that are new to this story, it's probably tempting to be disappointed about missing out on these gains. If only you'd have caught our coverage towards the end of last year – you'd be sitting on an incredible gain by now, right?

Well, don't worry.

We said it last time and we'll say it again – our bull thesis on this one is long-term and the latest run is very much just the beginning of what we see as an overarching upside revaluation for GOPH moving into the remainder of 2018 and beyond.

We know, of course, our readers are sophisticated investors. In many ways, our record speaks for itself on this stock but that's not going to be enough on its own to make readers start their research on this one right away – we've got to back up our statements with some substance.

Luckily, with Gopher Protocol, that's very easy to do.

So, for the third time, here's why our team of analysts think this one's a winner and a look at what's happened since we last looked at the stock that reinforces our thesis.

First up, for anyone new to the company, let's kick things off with an introduction.

GOPH is a development-stage company which consider itself Native IoT creator, developing Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technology. The Company has a portfolio of Intellectual Property that when commercialized will include smart microchips, mobile application software and supporting cloud software.

As we said last time, it's worth taking this company description with a pinch of salt – these sorts of technical language blurbs can confuse even the tech-minded investors out there and in turn can cloud the primary operational goals of the company they describe.

This, of course, can sometimes work in our favor, given that an inability to understand exactly what a company does can lead to some investors passing over a stock in favor of something a little more straightforward.

Anyway, let's get back to the point.

This company is a tech company that's developed a groundbreaking microchip technology that has a raft of different use cases, each of which has the potential to be a game changer as and when it hits shelves.

The technology is designed to be fitted to mobile devices and, in turn, to allow GOPH to create its own private communication network designed to improve the computing power, database management, internal memory, and security of all mobile devices equipped with the chip.

It's neat and it's revolutionary.

And the first application of this tech comes as part of what the company calls The Guardian Pet Tracker.

Which brings us to our first fundamental development since we last took a look at the stock.

So, here goes.

Development #1: Gopher Initiates Prototype Development of the GUARDIAN ORB Proprietary Pet Tracking Product

To add a bit of background to the picture before getting into this product, Gopher took its microchip technology and turned it into a tracking patch that it calls the Guardian Patch. The image below shows what this patch looks like:

Guardian ORB by Gopher Protocol

The technology itself is relatively self explanatory. Stick the patch to something (anything) and it will emit a signal that can be tracked using a proprietary mobile device application, the latter of which can be installed and accessed on pretty much any mobile device – smartphone, tablet, smart watch, all that sort of thing.

There is a huge number of potential applications of this technology – tracking stolen cars, monitoring the travel progress of friends and relatives, keeping an eye on children, and many more.

GOPH has to start somewhere, however, and this is where the Guardian Orb product enters the fray.

It's a derivative of the Guardian Patch, modified to allow for the tracking of domestic pets.

Millions of pets are lost every year in the US. The vast majority are dogs and cats. Pet owners spend thousands of hours looking for lost pets and – in many cases – the search is fruitless.

With the Guardian Orb system, this problem (and all the wasted time associated with it) is completely negated.

GOPH has created what it calls the Base Station, which is essentially a radio receiver unit. The pet owner places the unit in their home and, at the same time, puts the Orb on the animal (as an attachment to their collar). They then download the application and everything links together. The application interface is a map type screen (think Google Maps) that shows the location of the animal that's got a tracker attached in real time.

The Base Station has a range of up to five miles, meaning so long as the animal is within five square miles of the owner's home (which is very likely), it can be found and recovered quickly and easily.

And it isn’t just limited to this five-mile radius.

The application is able to link up with all Base Stations, so the pet can be within range of someone else's unit and it will still show up on the owner's application.

This is a big deal because it means that the technology will become more useful over time as more and more pet owners adopt the tracking system.

So why is this important now?

Because, as per this announcement, the company just secured a joint venture partner to design and manufacture both the static and portable pet tracker systems.

Upon successful development and delivery of prototypes, Gopher’s joint venture partner will appoint the manufacturer as the exclusive manufacturer subject to entering an appropriate agreement.

As we outlined last time, GOPH recently acquired an entity that generated more than $32.2 million in sales during the 30 weeks to August 26, 2017. That's already an incredible number for a company valued (at current prices) at just shy of $100 million.

When the Guardian Orb hits shelves, however, we expect revenues to shift up into another gear again.

So that's the product development driver out of the way. Let's move onto the second fundamental advance that's hit press since we last highlighted this one as one to watch…

Development #2:  Gopher Protocol, Inc. Files Patent Application in the European Patent Office

Intellectual property is incredibly important in the technology sector and this is especially true when you're talking about the cutting edge of the industry. It's not unusual for a company's IP portfolio to account for the lion's share of its valuation.

This is why companies like Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) spend billions of dollars protecting what they've created.

Gopher Protocol recognizes this and is pushing to make sure that its groundbreaking proprietary technology is protected.

On December 15, the company reported that it filed a patent application in the European Union Patent Office.

As per the announcement, the patent is entitled “ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS FOR SECURE COMMUNICATIONS AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS” and covers Gopher’s proprietary microchip technology.

This follows a round of similar applications in the US, all of which are designed to make the company's products airtight as far as protection from competition is concerned. When you develop and commercialize a technology that's as revolutionary as GOPH's microchip tracking and networking technology, you're going to get companies trying to copy what you've created.

A solid IP portfolio provides a platform from which GOPH can fend off any competitors encroaching on its market and – in turn – can ensure that it's able to maximize and maintain its market share.

It's really important not to underestimate the significance of Gopher Protocol's efforts on the IP front. This is something that many small tech companies overlook in favor of allocating resources towards marketing and product development. In turn, it's something that said companies come to regret further down the line when, as soon as they start to build market share, the market is flooded with impersonation products.

In contrast, GOPH is making sure it's got a strong IP foundation from which it can push into its target market before its competitors have a chance to act.

Which brings us to the third and final major fundamental development of the last few weeks…

Development #3: Financial and Operational Launch Platform

OK, so we're cheating a little bit on this one and bunching a couple of key points together – the thing is, we could go on all day about why this one could be a great pick right now but we don't want to keep you too long.

We've already seen how quickly the stock can run and the longer we keep you, the longer you're being held back from kicking off your own research on the company ahead of potentially taking a position.

That said, stick with us just a little longer as the following are a couple of really important points.

First, on January 4, 2018, GOPH announces that it had taken further steps to eliminate most of its convertible debt. All the information is available in this 8K, so for anyone looking to dig into the details, it's well worth checking out the filing using that link.

As a brief overview, however, the de-levering is part of the company's strategy to reduce its dependence on convertible debt financing and create a balance sheet that gives investors clarity regarding the number of shares outstanding and potential dilution caused by historical convertible debt financing.

This is incredibly important.

The vast majority of the risk associated with an early stage exposure to a growth company like this is the potential for dilution, rooted in the company's necessity to raise capital to fund its operations.

By de-levering its balance sheet to eliminate convertible debt, this dilution potential is mitigated, as is the impact of previous dilutive activity. In turn, a large portion of the risk is mitigated, making the upside all the more attractive to a potential investor at current levels.

But that's not all.

The second part of this financial repositioning came on January 2, when the company announced a closing of the sale of common stock and a common stock purchase warrants, which generated $1 million in proceeds.

Taken directly from the announcement:

This financing included an equity raise generating gross proceeds of $1million and the conversion of previously issues convertible notes into common stock as well as commitment, under certain terms, for of an additional financing of $500,000 potentially bringing the total raise to $1.5 million. The additional capital was in exchange for restricted common shares and a leak-out agreement. This transaction represents $0.75 for restricted share.  

In a nutshell, then, GOPH just raised the cash it needs to set itself up in an incredibly strong position moving into 2018 – one that involves a much more attractive liability positioning and a solid cash balance that's now available to fund its technology platform.

There's another takeaway from this financing worth noting, as well:

A private accreditor investor has made the transition from being a lender to a long-term equity investor.

Nothing says vote of confidence like an accredited investor putting their money where their mouth is and as a retail investor considering a position, this is a major BUY signal.

So there you have it.

For any of our readers that are already in this one, the information above could be used serve to reinforce a long-term hold argument.

For anyone that missed our previous coverage, however, here's yet another chance to put a stock on your radar that looks like it's got incredible growth potential.

And at current prices, shares are available for a circa 30% discount to mid-week highs.

So while we strongly urge you to do your own research before taking the plunge, probably best you don't take too long to do it.

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