The price on shares will vary in value. As any stock exchange.
This is a very disappointing response. If you are serious about floating your company then you must understand that right now, you have issued 45,000 shares, and sold 724 of them, meaning you own 44,776 shares. You could offer these for sale whenever you like for 0.0001 btc or 1 btc. No one knows unless you say. You are in complete control of the price, not the market.
So I ask again, how many of these shares are you going to sell and for what price? If you can't answer this simple question, you obviously don't know what you're doing when it comes to offering a business or investment opportunity.
Currently I am using the stock to convert to USD. This way I can open an account with my distributor. Also allows me to purchase the services needed and hardware needed to get the operation off the ground.
I hate to nit-pick, but you cannot 'use stock to convert to USD'. You received btc in proceeds from the sale of some of your stock. I assume you mean you bought USD with the proceeds in order to invest in the business. Good, but please say so.
100% will be returned to the shareholders. You can read the contract if you wish. This was all covered in it.
Yes but who are the shareholders? You have issued 45,000 shares and sold 724 so far. Assuming the sale of 724 shares netted 79btc which you have invested in the business. If you somehow manage to make 100 btc, say, who gets this 100 btc? Is it split evenly between 45,000 shares or by the 724 you have sold?
This is an incredibly important distinction.
Right now I am trying to get a base value of the company. This way I will be able to figure out which directions to go first.
You will not be able to get a base value of your company by randomly offering shares for random prices and being unable or unwilling to say what you are going to do with the rest. You need to have a plan. Articulate it. Execute it.
As right now it will be building rigs and VPN service. More will be coming in the next few days. The more shares sold the more the company can do.
So lay this out then. A plan could be to offer 45,000 shares at 0.11 btc. As these are sold, the proceeds are invested immediately. Interim proceeds are paid out to external investors evenly until the IPO is filled.
Or maybe you ladder the offer, first 500 are 0.11, second 1000 are .12. Next 2,000 are 0.13 etc. etc.
Whatever, it is imperative you have a plan otherwise your shares are worth nothing.
Currently I will be holding on to 51% of the shares. This may be only for a while. Until the company has its feet off the ground. I would eventually like to have it run completely by the shareholders. This may not be the best idea. Time will tell.
Hmmm. You have issued 45,000 shares. Do they fully limit the company? Or does that represent the 49% of the company you are not going to be selling? Because you have not offered for sale either 49% of those, or 100% of those, it is impossible to know where this 51% figure comes from.