Cryptyde expects revenue for the full year of 2023 to come in at $60 million. The company is predicting this much revenue due to the performance of its Forever 8 subsidiary in the fourth quarter of 2022.
Cryptyde made its revenue estimate after an internal review of its current client base. The projection is also based on expected increases in new business. The company claims that its guidance requires it to raise $3 million in additional capital this year as well.
Brian McFadden, CEO of Cryptyde, said the following about today’s revenue guidance:
“We are very excited about the potential for growth in the coming year […] Our focus on identifying revenue-producing opportunities is beginning to show results and we believe that by continuing to execute on our strategy, we will be well-positioned for success in 2023 and beyond.”
How This Affects TYDE Stock
Today’s news brings with it heavy trading of TYDE stock. As of this writing, more than 91 million shares have changed hands. That’s a massive surge over the daily average trading volume of about 2.6 million shares.
TYDE stock started off strong with a 20% increase this morning. However, shares are currently down 1.1% as of this writing.
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