My take is that Tyhee insiders were (mis)led, by its biggest shareholder, to believe financing would be no problem.
It was a big problem.
Naively, I couldn’t accept how rigged the market was until it was too late to sell out. But, even so, Tyhee insiders thought they’d be successful despite the most horrendous Gold bear market in history. Their enthusiasm was “contagious”. (Poor choice of a word?).
I got the Tyhee Gold fever and subsequently nearly died from it.