In all seriousness TZero, it's worth whatever the market says it's worth, WHEN they remove the anticipatory bids and asks, which were obviously a way of freezing it until more shares are issued at 10 cents to raise the capital INT eluded to.
Just off the top of my head I'd envision them selling about 40 million more shares, so INT would end up with 60%, holding the 70 million shares proposed for INT today. This would raise 4 million dollars. The shell founders start at one million dollars worth of value for the shell. It's a U.S.A. express charge, IMO far less painful than the second Capstream deal would have been for Ortsbo.
Once the new share structure is established, Yapp'n will trade freely and the market will decide what it's worth.