Monthly Archives: April 2017

Grey Cloak Tech, Inc.’s (GRCK) Fraudlytic™ Catches Hands in the Ad Revenue Cookie Jar

April 28, 2017

You may not have heard of Kessler’s Flying Circus (KFC), because, since its high-flying days in 2007, the FBI has clipped its wings. But while it was airborne, KFC generated over $5 million in one 12-month period by exploiting a fraudulent technique known as “cookie stuffing”. Cookie stuffing is just one pernicious technique that is costing online advertisers billions, driving the industry to rely increasingly on outfits like Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (OTC: GRCK), a developer of industry-leading click-fraud detection software, to stop fraudsters from putting their hands in the ad revenue cookie jar.

Online advertising fraud is a growing problem. In March, a CNBC (http://dtn.fm/m1IlU) report suggested ‘that ad fraud will cost brands $16.4 billion globally this year, and that nearly 20 percent of total digital ad spend was wasted in 2016.’ Cookie stuffing is one approach favored by scammers, since it is very easy to pull off.

An FBI press release (http://dtn.fm/Cn6Oh) revealed just how easy as it detailed the machinations of the KFC fraud. KFC set up websites that attracted traffic quickly; one offered an app that showed the physical location of visitors to a MySpace profile. Using that app and similar ones created by KFC on its websites would ‘stuff’ a cookie into the user’s browser. Surreptitiously, the cookie included KFC’s eBay Affiliate ID number. When the user subsequently visited eBay and conducted a “revenue action”, KFC would receive a commission, even though the user did not click on an eBay ad or link.

Cookies, of course, are legitimate text files stored in a user’s browser by a website that has been visited by the user. Originally meant to store status information such as name, home address, email address and telephone number, there is increasing concern that they are now being employed to track a host of other private areas, such as the sites visited by users.

Grey Cloak Tech’s detection software can stop cookie stuffing and other forms of digital advertising deceit such as impression fraud, URL masking and click fraud. Impression fraud occurs when an ad is recorded as having being seen when it has not been seen. One technique used by fraudsters to generate these fraudulent ad impressions is to put ads in tiny one-pixel-by-one-pixel windows, which, of course, no human eye can detect. A web page can have dozens of these, which means that every visitor to the page generates impressions for ads he cannot even see.

URL masking or domain masking means that visitors to a website are stealthily directed to another website. It can be used to fool buyers into thinking they’re buying premium inventory when they are instead getting low quality placements. It has also been used to trick advertisers into running ads on sites with illicit or stolen content, which tend to generate lots of traffic but little ad revenue.

As these nefarious practices continue to grow, Grey Cloak Tech’s detection software will become increasingly important. For example, its Fraudlytic™ cloud-based, secure platform will monitor internet traffic in real time, blocking malicious and false clicks, while allowing real consumers to view offers and buy. The company has deep roots in the online advertising industry and is committed to restoring data integrity to the digital marketing industry. Fred Covely, founder, president and chief technology officer, has been involved in all aspects of software product and company development for many years. William Bossung, director and co-founder, was a partner and co-founder with Covely in a previous successful software company.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreyCloakTech.com

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) is Poised for the Marijuana Tipping Point, Explains CEO in Recent Podcast

After ballots on November 8, 2016, seven more states, including California and Florida, will now permit the use of marijuana for either medical or recreational use. Currently, 29 states and the District of Columbia have passed initiatives or laws legalizing medical marijuana or regulating its adult use like alcohol or tobacco. Yet cannabis remains illegal under federal law, and banks are reluctant to open accounts for marijuana shops and dispensaries, leading to a variety of unfortunate results. It seems obvious that the current disharmony between state and federal law is not maintainable, and a tipping point when financial institutions open their doors to the marijuana industry must come. SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) expects that will happen soon and is poised to be a ‘first mover’ in providing payment solutions to the cannabis vertical through its SingleSeed payments subsidiary.

California State Treasurer John Chiang highlighted the problems facing marijuana establishments when he wrote President Trump earlier this year.

“This conflict between federal and state rules creates a number of problems for the states that have legalized cannabis use, including difficulties collecting tax revenue, increased risk of serious crime, and the inability of a newly legal industry under state law to effectively engage in banking and commerce.”

Last month, Chiang’s office announced ongoing discussions with the Cannabis Banking Working Group ‘to discuss solutions that provide greater access to banking to California’s future $7 billion legal cannabis industry. The working group was appointed to figure out how to address problems caused by the unwillingness of federally regulated banks to handle money from pot businesses.

The skittishness by banks to engage with the industry is nothing new to SinglePoint. About two years ago, the company started putting point-of-sale terminals in marijuana dispensaries in Washington and Colorado and was “doing very well until the banks shut it down,” explained Greg Lambrecht, CEO and founder of SinglePoint, in a recent podcast interview (http://dtn.fm/OPap5). However, that has not stopped SinglePoint, which continues its ‘no touch’ approach to avoid violating federal law. The company is offering dispensaries other products like text message marketing. The strategy now is to build relationship channels that can be used to capture the payments business when banking restrictions are relaxed.

This distribution strategy has worked well for CEO Greg Lambrecht in the past. He used it at PCI, a leading consumer product distribution company, where he negotiated agreements with the nation’s largest retail outlets such as 7-11 (Southland Corp), Albertson’s, and Costco that resulted in 25,000 retail accounts. Greg then led PCI through a NASDAQ-listed initial public offering (IPO), raising $10 million in the process. SingleSeed will provide point-of-sale terminals that allow patients and patrons of marijuana establishments to use their debit and credit cards to make purchases or the ability to pay by text.

SinglePoint’s ‘no touch’ strategy is evident in its recent acquisition of Convectium, which has developed ‘the world’s first’ oil-filling system for cartridges and disposable vape pens. Currently, these are filled by hand, but using Convectium’s machines, developed in China, would greatly increase productivity. Convectium’s 710Shark and 710Seal system can fill and package 100+ cartridges or disposable vape pens in 30 seconds, making it the fastest filling and sealing system of its kind. With a market that extends to over 52 countries, Convectium expects 2017 revenues to dramatically increase based on sales of the machine and repeat sales of the vials.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Singlepoint.com

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Finds Growth Potential Outside of Mobile Payments Market

April 27, 2017

Being a publicly traded holding company gives SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) a chance to target candidate companies and help them grow. Such has been the case on the mobile technology and mobile marketing fronts. By connecting client companies to their best target markets, mobile technology can be made available at reasonable rates, but an interest in these organizations means profit potential for SinglePoint. However, the company hasn’t limited its investment opportunities. The cannabis industry is thriving as legalization (medical and/or recreational) has occurred in 29 states and counting. Expansion beyond mobile payments has enabled the company to find more opportunities for investors.

SinglePoint recently acquired a stake in Convectium, maker of an important filling and packaging machine for vape cartridges and pens. In 2016, the $6.7 billion legal cannabis market in North America was up 30 percent from 2015, according to Arcview Market Research. Illicit sales have declined, but there’s a growing market. By contrast, mobile payment transactions exceeded $8.7 billion in 2015, according to eMarketer, which forecast 210 percent growth in 2016. The more modest 30 percent growth in the legal cannabis market, however, represents the increase in momentum for legal cannabis and related products.

Convectium has set anticipated increases in sales volume to triple digits over 2016. SinglePoint’s investment not only enables Convectium to work towards its goals, but for the holdings company to diversify revenue streams. The initial stock and cash consideration continues to help grow Convectium. The marketing of the 710Shark and 710Seal system for filling and packaging disposable vape pens is financially supported. Functionality alone is driving demand, as the system can fill/package over 100 vape pens in 30 seconds.

SinglePoint is also finding growth through its SingleSeed.com subsidiary. The cashless payments solution is built on the latest technology, serving shopkeepers and consumers. Text messaging is used to connect with customers in the cannabis business and helps increase loyalty, communication, and sales. SingleSeed is even supporting the sale of non-cannabis items. Its Pay-by-Text™ offering enables mobile phone payments and provides a convenient way to make purchases at a shop or trade show, or on-the-go using a mobile phone app-like checkout page.

With its recent Convectium investment and SingleSeed initiative, the company is growing its hold on the lucrative cannabis industry. Profit and revenue are possible even without touching a single marijuana plant, as the industry continues to expand with marketable cannabis-related products. In fact, the legal market is expected to grow at 27 percent CAGR through 2021, to a level that Arcview estimates can reach $22.6 billion. An already successful holdings company, SinglePoint expects to see even more success as investments in the cannabis market are sure to increase in value.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Singlepoint.com

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Code Green Apparel Corp. (CGAC) Puts Green in Your Bank, Green on Your Back

Environmentally friendly practices are becoming more and more important for industries that are trailed by long traditions of waste. Bringing fresh green practices to the apparel industry, Code Green Apparel Corp. (OTC: CGAC) is working to reduce the environmental impact of this industry by reclaiming textile waste that has heretofore rotted in landfills. Instead, this pre-consumer waste is now being recycled and reused in the making of new garments, with countless mounds and pounds of textile waste being diverted from the landfill and used in the creation of uniforms and other apparel products.

Code Green Apparel’s recycling technology accomplishes multiple enviro-friendly aims. In reclaiming cotton from those huge mounds of textile waste, the company is not only reducing and reusing waste but is simultaneously saving massive amounts of water. While cotton is one of the most desirable textiles on earth, it is also one of the thirstiest crops, and it can take thousands of gallons of water to grow the amount of cotton needed to make just one shirt or pair of pants. By recycling the cotton from textile waste, Code Green Apparel is saving huge amounts of water that would have otherwise been consumed in growing fresh cotton crops. Not only is Code Green Apparel recycling cotton from massive amounts of textile waste, but the company is imbuing polyester and other fabric blends with new life as well.

Once Code Green Apparel returns textile waste to its original form, it is handled in the same way as any other textile at a typical garment manufacturing facility. What’s more, the apparel products created from this recycled material have the same look, feel, and performance quality of a non-recycled clothing item. In weaving yarns and sewing fabrics, the company adheres to the same industry standards as any other apparel manufacturer. The difference is, of course, that environmental harm is significantly reduced thanks to Code Green Apparel’s green and sustainable practices.

There is also one other notable difference: Code Green Apparel’s uniforms and products are less expensive than non-recycled apparel items. The company’s factory direct business model lets businesses purchase uniforms for their employees at a lower cost than would be incurred if purchasing non-recycled apparel. The environment wins, and so do American businesses!

For more information about Code Green Apparel, its practices and products, visit www.CodeGreenApparelCorp.com

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) is Helping to Balance Payments between the US and China

One of the most puzzling aspects of the debate on U.S. trade with China is the absence of any reference to the balance of payments. The focus has been and continues to be on the current and trading accounts and the U.S. deficits on those accounts. Firstly, it is unclear why we should be worried that China is willing to accept entries in a ledger in exchange for tangible goods. Secondly, the focus on merchandise trade and services means not seeing the forest for the trees. The trade deficit must be balanced by a surplus in other balance of payment accounts. For every Chinese widget an American consumer buys, China gets U.S. dollars, most of which find their way into U.S. Treasuries, but they are increasingly finding their way into other asset classes. Facilitating that process and assisting Chinese companies to invest directly in the U.S. is CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services.

The current account, which includes the merchandise trade account, is just one of three major accounts that make up the overall balance of payments, so called because it is an accounting device, which, like a balance sheet, is meant to balance. Apart from the current account, the balance of payments includes the capital account and the financial account. Transactions in the current account are offset by balancing transactions in either the capital account or financial account. This means that Americans are buying Chinese goods on current account, while Chinese are buying American assets on the capital and financial accounts.

Those dollars leaving American shores have been finding their way back. Earlier this year, the Financial Times reported a surge in Chinese corporate investment into the U.S. (http://dtn.fm/rS1M6), writing that ‘Chinese companies invested a record $45.6 billion in the U.S. in 2016’. This was three times as much as the Chinese direct investment in 2015. Now, China’s long-term investment in U.S. physical assets exceeds $100 billion for the first time, taking employment by Chinese-owned U.S. companies to about 100,000.

CD International Enterprises is part of that direct investment nexus. The company is geared to provide advice to Chinese entities on the U.S. capital markets, cross-border transactions, Sino-American joint venture structure, foreign invested entity structure, mergers and acquisitions and divestitures. CD International will also undertake screening and due diligence of potential acquisition targets for Chinese corporate buyers.

The consulting services it offers comprise just one division of CD International. The company also trades commodities through its wholly owned subsidiary CDII Minerals, Inc., which sources, aggregates, and distributes iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metal for companies in the People’s Republic of China.

In April, CD International announced the launch of its newly formed, wholly owned subsidiary, Green Products Distribution, Inc., and the associated online store Green CBD Products (http://dtn.fm/rr8kC), aimed at the Chinese-speaking diaspora.

The launch of Green Products Distribution and the associated online store is a key part of the company’s expansion plans. With this launch, CD International’s chief objective is to retail CBD-based products to Chinese-speaking communities, which collectively represent a global market of over two billion people. After getting the online store up and running within the next several weeks, the company plans to contract an online marketing firm to promote the online store and its products in Chinese-speaking communities across the world. Other plans under consideration by CD International include developing a mobile app for optimal distribution of CBD-based products through mobile devices and the bulk distribution of cannabidiol (CBD) crystal in the U.S.

The company has also entered into a partnership agent sales agreement with NutraFuels, Inc. (OTC: NTFU), a manufacturer and distributor of naturally derived, liquid-based health and wellness nutraceutical products. Under the terms of the agreement, CD International will market NutraFuels’ available product lines to the global Chinese-speaking population. These include five unique oral spray daily health and wellness products containing industrial hemp-based CBD. These supplements have been shown to support various daily health and wellness goals, including weight loss, stress relief, improved energy and focus, better sleep and lasting pain relief.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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How Quest Resource Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: QRHC) Plans to Use Business Waste to Fuel Triple-Digit, Top-Line Growth

Humans are a wasteful bunch, and our habits in the business world are no different. While a minimal amount of waste in the workplace is recycled, Texas-based Quest Resource Holdings (NASDAQ: QRHC) believes the nation’s corporations can do a lot better. As a provider of sustainability, recycling and environmental services, Quest is focused on strengthening its own top line while helping large corporations reduce their operating cost and minimize their eco-footprint.

Through its Quest Resource Management Group and Early911 subsidiaries, Quest designs and manages sustainability, recycling and resource management programs for the automotive, grocery/restaurant, industrial, property management and sustainability industries. With more than 38,000 client locations across the country, Quest has managed more than 1.37 million tons of waste, including used motor oil, trash, organics, used tires and card board.

In January 2017, Quest expanded its reach into the construction and demolition (C&D) industry, which spent $1.18 billion in 2016 alone – marking the industry’s highest level of spending in a decade. According to the Department of Commerce, the increase correlates with rising demand for project services and waste management as construction companies seek to minimize risk and cost, increase insight and control, and address environmental goals of clients.

For Quest, this means opportunity. Quest leverages its national footprint and cloud-based service and reporting platform to provide clients the ability to control cost, access waste disposal alternatives, streamline logistics, and increase efficiencies. Using the C&D industry as an example of this strategy, Quest’s construction-centered offerings include general requirement services such as temporary offices, storage containers, toilets and hand washing stations, holding tanks, water tanks and dumpsters. C&D waste and recycling services include solutions for materials such as wood, concrete, roofing, drywall, metal, plastic and blast media recycling, as well as hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

These solutions are executed through a time-saving, streamlined process in which Quest handles incoming requests, schedules and manages services, and provides LEED® credit tracking and sustainability reporting, enabling busy construction managers to focus on building their projects.

To facilitate its own growth, Quest operates an organic and acquisition-based strategy that creates a base of recurring revenues generated through fees for waste and recycling services, the sale of recyclable material in the commodity market, professional services, and the sale of operational products such as waste collection containers, compacting equipment and fleet maintenance products.

In 2016, backed with a credit facility with up to $20 million in borrowing capacity, the company refined its go-to-market strategy to optimize its market opportunities and reinforce the foundation for growth. The plan enabled the expansion of existing markets, entry into new industry verticals, and wins from new and existing customers.

These initiatives enabled the company to drive fourth-quarter revenues to $45.0 million, a year-over-year increase of 2%. Full-year 2016 revenues of $184 million represent an increase of 8% from total revenues in 2015. In the fourth quarter of 2016 the company also improved its gross margin by 50 basis points to 8.2%, and narrowed its net loss to $1.3 million compared to $2.8 million for the comparable quarter of 2015.

Pivoting off this growth, the company has its sight set on a market opportunity valued at $55 billion, with anticipation for continued momentum.

“We expect improved performance in 2017, reflecting our refocused go-to-market strategy and our efforts to enhance the value add of our services portfolio. Those initiatives, including our focused approach to customer acquisition, are expected to result in 1% to 2% improvement in gross margin and positive Adjusted EBITDA by the end of 2017,” S. Ray Hatch, president and CEO of Quest, stated in the earnings release. “Long term, we expect our strategy will return the company to double-digit top-line growth. In addition, we plan to show continued growth during the next several years and have established a three-to-five-year gross margin target in the low to mid-teens and an Adjusted EBITDA margin target of 4% to 6%.”

For more information visit www.qrhc.com

ChineseInvestors.com, Inc. (CIIX) Raises Funds through a Private Placement, Sales of Equities, and Preferred Stock Offerings

April 26, 2017

ChineseInvestors.com, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX) is raising funds in a series of offerings, equity sales and a private placement to meet its liquidity needs, even as it reported a 95% gain in its year-over-year operating revenues for the three months ended February 28, 2017. It has begun a private placement of a new series of its preferred stock to its Canadian investors. In 2016, it realized $2.3 million in proceeds from its stock sales of Medicine Man Technologies, Inc.

ChineseInvestors.com is a company which, in real-time in the Chinese language, provides analysis and educational services. It also offers consulting and advertising servies to its members. It is now focusing on the growing cannabis sector, developing online and store sales of hemp-based CBD health products. Warren Wang, chief executive officer of CIIX, said the company is in the final stages of developing websites, retail channels and marketing campaigns for the product line.

In the quarter ended February 28, 2017, it raised $5,000,043 from an offering of its Series C-2016 preferred stock. Additionally, the investors of the final $350,150 in that over-subscribed offering agreed to keep their funds on deposit with the company pending the company’s next securities placement. It was recorded on the balance sheet as an investors’ deposit. CIIX raised some $1,996,939 in cash in the nine months ended February 28, 2017, from its holdings in MDCL stock. The company still retains 41,238 shares of MDCL stock, representing $79,588 in value based on a closing market price of $1.93.

Even as its own sales performance grows, CIIX says that, since its inception, it has relied on proceeds from private placements and sales of shares of its equity securities to fund its operations. In the past two years, CIIX has realized proceeds of $2,605,000 from the issuance of its Series B-2014 stock.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ChineseInvestors.com

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ProBility Media Corp. (PBYA) Positioned for Market Dominance

Employment in the U.S. has undergone profound changes over the last several decades. Workers have been forced to adapt to the new realities of the workplace, and additional skills are required to be competitive. Occupations requiring more education and training are on the rise, and many workers have come to realize that retraining and upgrading their skills is necessary to land and retain a good job.

Although manufacturing in the U.S. hasn’t declined as an industry, and has actually grown in output, manufacturing employment has gone down by about a third since 1990. Automation, global outsourcing, and shifting economic priorities have driven significant changes in the American workplace. Employment opportunities increasingly lie in jobs that require higher level training and technical or analytical skills.

ProBility Media Corp. (OTCQB: PBYA) plays a major role in meeting this fast growing demand for job training and continuing education in the new economy. The company is one of the leading online providers of career advancement and training content for tradesman and technical experts. By building the first full-service training and career advancement brand in the technical fields, ProBility is changing the landscape of the skilled trades training and certification industry.

The company is committed to preparing individuals with training, support, and continued education. ProBility provides people with the training and skills needed to land and retain good jobs. Through targeted acquisitions, the company also has become one of the go-to sources for e-learning and training content, exam preparation, testing, certification, continuing education, and career advancement tools for engineers and tradesmen. The broad collection of the company’s comprehensive educational programs is unparalleled, providing individuals and institutions with the skill sets needed to succeed. ProBility intends to organically grow revenues from current operations while also strategically acquiring synergistic companies operating in the multiple fields that they service. Successful execution of its strategy would easily place ProBility in a position of market dominance.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ProBilityMedia.com

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Announces New Wholesale Distribution Agreement

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, this morning announced its entry into a wholesale distribution agreement with a U.S.-based manufacturer of cannabidiol-based products. Through this agreement, CDII will purchase cannabidiol (CBD) products at a wholesale price before marketing them to the Chinese-speaking population.

“We are very excited to bring these premium CBD-based products, manufactured in the U.S., to the Chinese-speaking population,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CDII, stated in the news release. “As CBD-based products are new in the Chinese market, we believe it is an ideal point in time to bring top-quality product lines to the Chinese market place. We are prepared to be the pioneer that can empower the health conscious Chinese population with top quality premium CBD-based supplements.”

CDII’s new distribution partner currently markets a wide assortment of popular CBD-based products and supplements. Some of the most popular include Chill and Relax Gummies, a tasty selection of more than 200 flavored CBD hemp oils, Blue CBD Crystals Isolate, the Relax Extreme CBD collection, CBD shots and premium vape additives.

This morning’s update comes just a week after CDII announced its entry into a partnership agent sales agreement with NutraFuels, Inc. (OTC: NTFU), a manufacturer, marketer and distributor of naturally-derived liquid-based health and wellness nutraceutical products. Through that partnership, the company gained access to five of NutraFuels’ oral spray daily health and wellness products, which it also intends to market to the Chinese-speaking population. With a global community including more than two billion people, the Chinese-speaking population represents a sizable opportunity for CDII as the CBD market continues to gain steam both in China and around the world.

Data published by The Hemp Business Journal notes that CBD and related products represent one the fastest-growing market categories in the hemp and legal marijuana industries, achieving a compound annual growth rate of 59 percent in the U.S. In 2015, the CBD industry was valued at roughly $202 million, and it is expected to grow to $2.1 billion in consumer sales by 2020. With this performance in mind, CDII is actively sourcing a variety of CBD-based products in the U.S., with plans to enter into additional distribution agreements in the near term. The company intends to distribute these products through both its newly-launched online store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd) and retail chains of pharmaceutical and Chinese medicine stores in Mainland China.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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ProBility Media Corp. (PBYA) Becomes Top Source for Construction Industry Training with Recent Acquisitions

April 25, 2017

Since its March acquisition of One Exam Prep LLC, ProBility Media Corp. (OTCQB: PBYA) has been positioned to become one of the leading resources for training, testing, certification, and continuing education in the construction industry. The company is expanding into industries beyond the electrical contractors, fabricators, pipe fitters, plumbing contractors, and engineering firms that it currently serves. Thanks to the acquisition of Florida-based One Exam Prep, it can offer online continuing education and certification in over 20 states. The present goal is to expand these offerings to all 50 states.

ProBility also offers virtual reality training. This state-of-the-art training system is currently designed for customers looking to work in the crane business. It is also being expanded, so virtual reality training will soon be available for several different industries. In addition, the company now has access to One Exam Prep’s over 70 contractor licensing and continuing education domains, and hundreds of online and classroom-based courses.

The multi-year consulting agreement, with One Exam’s founder Rob Estell, runs until the end of the year 2020, and includes a salary and annual performance bonus based on the acquisition’s profits and revenues. Also, the agreement includes a non-recourse secured convertible promissory note. This has a cash value of $300,000. For Q1, ended January 31, 2017, ProBility Media itself reported revenue exceeding $1 million, a year-over-year increase of 24 percent.

In 1946, what is now ProBility Media Corp. began as a small bookstore in Houston, Texas. Today, it offers much of its skills training and education via the cloud. The One Exam Prep acquisition comes after the acquisition of Premier Purchasing and Marketing Alliance LLC (operating as National Electric Wholesale Providers (NEWP), which provides study materials to electricians, covering materials such as the National Electric Code in the United States. Serving numerous multi-billion dollar companies, NEWP is one of the largest National Electrical Codes wholesalers in the country. It supplies distributors with e-books, mobile applications, and downloadable digital files as well, further demonstrating ProBility’s commitment to the digital realm.

ProBility also provides crane-rigging training/certification in compliance with OSHA-ANSI requirements as part of a publishing and distribution deal with All Purpose Crane Training. The One Exam Prep acquisition, however, is taking things to a new level, as enterprises of any size can take advantage of traditional and online classes from the high school level to career placement. Presently, the ProBility training resources cover 15 major categories and education, career advancement, and testing opportunities in over 60 skilled, in-demand trades.

The company also expects its technology-driven construction training and education services to eventually be offered internationally. For now, its services are reinforcing continuous workplace learning and allowing workers all over the country to begin and advance their careers. ProBility’s unprecedented growth is showing in other ways, too. Recently, OTC Markets uplisted the company to the QB Tier, which requires annual certification and consistent reporting with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Its string of successful acquisitions, including One Exam Prep LLC, proves that the company is quickly becoming a leader in construction industry education, training, and certification in many high-demand fields.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ProBilityMedia.com

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One Step Vending Corp. (KOSK) Adds Director of Business for CRS-Micro Markets Subsidiary

One Step Vending Corp. (OTC: KOSK), a holding company specializing in self-serve vending for consumer products, this morning announced its appointment of Mark Bentley to the position of Director of Business for its CRS-Micro Markets subsidiary. Bentley brings well over a decade of industry experience to the One Step Vending team, including time as an operator, supplier and manufacturer. Per this morning’s update, the company anticipates that this diverse expertise, as well as his contacts in the vending industry, will play a key role in One Step Vending’s efforts to expand its presence and promote financial growth both within the self-service food and beverage market and beyond.

“One Step Vending is leading innovation in our field and I am thrilled to be joining this team of forward thinking professionals,” Bentley added in the news release. “Micro markets are the logical next step for vending, as the customers get exactly what they want with greater profit for the business.”

The company’s decision to add Bentley to the CRS-Micro Markets management team comes less than a month after it announced its installation of four new micro markets at a San Diego pharmaceutical facility. While these four micro markets are expected to serve roughly 250 employees over the coming months, they could also represent an opportunity for One Step Vending to generate recurring revenue and increase its presence in the evolving self-service vending market. The company noted that the pharmaceutical corporation currently has offices in over a dozen countries and numerous states in the U.S.

The micro market segment has been heating up in recent years as consumers look for healthier alternatives to standard snacks. In 2012, research firm Bachtelle & Associates projected that these self-service kiosks will be in about 35,000 U.S. locations by 2022, generating $1.6 billion in revenue. With the option to implement web-based inventory management systems and customized components, micro markets allow operators to ensure fresher inventory and less downtime than traditional vending machines, and consumers seem to notice. A report by Kiosk Marketplace indicates that micro markets attract roughly 18 percent more visits per day on average, as compared to traditional vending machines.

“We are ecstatic to be getting out in the field, inking new deals, and installing new micro market locations,” CEO Daniel Garfinkel added in a news release issued last month. “Each location presents us with tremendous revenue potential, so we’re expecting to see our cash flows grow over the course of 2017.”

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.OneStepVending.com

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ORHub, Inc. (ORHB) HITECH SaaS Platform Set to Transform Operating Rooms to Value-based Model

In 2009, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) provided $19 billion to increase the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) by physicians and hospitals. A big chunk of that was to be spent by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), through which about 30 percent of national health expenditure passes. The CMS administers the reimbursement programs not only for Medicare and Medicaid but for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and the Health Insurance Marketplace. It is also in the forefront of the drive to shift U.S. health care from a fee-for-service model to a fee-for-value one. ORHub, Inc. (OTC: ORHB), the developer of a cloud-based health care software-as-a-service platform designed to decrease costs and improve outcomes in surgical care, is also focused on this monumental shift within the nation’s health care system.

The McKesson Corporation (NYSE: MCK), the oldest and largest health care company in the nation, has identified what is required to make the change to a fee-for-value system (http://dtn.fm/9M6gO). The present “siloed” system with individual hospitals each maintaining a separate database must morph into a network that shares information. This will increase care coordination and scale effective interventions with the patient population.

A network system will also allow data from its care provider ‘nodes’ to be acquired, aggregated and analyzed across the network. It will also integrate the clinical and financial aspects of providing care and so increase awareness of costs and the ability to measure and control them.

In one critical area of health care – surgery – ORHub’ cloud-based software platform is already addressing those challenges. It has been implemented in two major hospitals in California as part of programs to improve surgical resource management. ORHub empowers care providers at every stage of the surgical process to collaborate, organize, deliver, measure, and reimburse in one intuitive, easy-to-use program. This significantly decreases cost and improves outcomes by eliminating inefficiencies, duplication of effort, errors and omissions that result from siloed processes in outdated software and poor handoffs from one part of the care process to another.

Even with increasing adoption of EHR systems, many care providers still rely on a paper-based methodology to document information related to surgical procedures and to track events in the operating theater, from the details of a procedure to the implants and tools used. This leads to mistakes, wasted time, missing data, delays or lack of payment, and little opportunity for analysis and improvement.

The ORHub platform is designed to mitigate or correct the shortcomings of traditional systems. It eliminates errors caused by poor handwriting. It reduces the risk of mistakes by allowing users to select from pre-loaded sets of detailed implants and tools rather than relying on memory or catalogue numbers alone. It further reduces errors by requiring verification and sign-off from multiple users before completing a case. It creates purchase orders and implant records automatically based on the case record, saving time and improving reliability. It also fits within existing operating room workflow and requirements, streamlining tasks to save time. And it enables rich data analysis across all of a hospital’s cases tracked through ORHub.

ORHub plans to gain a dominant share of the device implant and biologic inventory management market, which the company estimates at about 7,000,000 surgeries annually, a number that is expected to grow with demographic trends. The company will focus its initial marketing efforts on major national hospital operations.

ORHub is transforming the business of surgery. By creating a new category of health care IT vertical specific software known as Surgical Resource Management, the company is offering enhanced capabilities over traditional EHR solutions in the operating room. The ORHub platform is a HITECH SaaS platform, which employs Microsoft’s Azure Cloud.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ORhub.com

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India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE: IGC) is a First Mover in Cannabinoid Combination Therapies

April 24, 2017

The success of the Walkman back in the 1980s is testament to the power of getting to market first. By some accounts, Sony sold over 200 million units of its innovative portable cassette player (http://dtn.fm/CV8Et). Now, India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE MKT: IGC) is taking a leaf from the Sony playbook. This pioneering company is a ‘first mover’ in the cannabinoid combination therapy space. IGC is developing a portfolio of products that use cannabinoids in conjunction with existing drugs to tackle chronic pain and a variety of other debilitating medical conditions.

Chronic pain from a range of ailments plagues millions around the world, and many of the analgesics employed to treat it, such as morphine, codeine, and hydrocodone, are opioids. However, opioids are notoriously addictive and their use is often subverted from pain relief. Used as recreational drugs, ‘opioid addiction is America’s 50-state epidemic’, the New York Times has reported (http://dtn.fm/YcgB8), with an effect that is fatal in many instances. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 29,000 Americans die every year from opioid-related overdoses. In light of these frightening developments, there is a growing imperative for less addictive anodynes.

The time is right. Results, published on Monday, April 17, of a Yahoo/Marist poll (http://dtn.fm/mKg7o) show that the public is not only becoming more apprehensive about opioids, but is warming to the use of cannabinoids to treat pain. ‘Two-thirds of the respondents in the telephone survey said opioid drugs such as Vicodin or OxyContin are “riskier” to use than pot, even when the pain pills are prescribed by a doctor.’ They will be happy to hear that IGC is coming to the rescue. The company has filed a patent for IGC-501, a cannabis-based formulation that addresses neuropathic and arthritic pain in joints and muscles using a variety of delivery techniques. IGC expects to begin pre-clinical trials for IGC-501 this year. Since approximately 80 percent of the global opioid supply is consumed in the United States, this presents a domestic market opportunity estimated at about $25 billion.

IGC-501, with its potential to replace treacherously addictive opioids, is not all that IGC has up its sleeve. The company has a robust portfolio of five other combination drug candidates with both human and veterinary applications. It has filed two patents, IGC-502 and IGC-505, for the treatment of seizures in dogs and cats. Most animal seizures stem from epilepsy, which is more common in dogs and cats than formerly recognized. About five percent of dogs and about one percent of cats are epileptic.

It also has IGC-503, aimed at refractory epilepsy, a term that’s used to describe cases of epilepsy that are unresponsive to current medications. Refractory epilepsy affects about 50 million in the U.S. alone. In the pipeline as well is IGC-504, intended for those who suffer from cachexia, known as wasting syndrome. About 1.3 million in the U.S. experience cachexia associated with cancer, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s, HIV/AIDS and other devastating maladies. In addition, there is IGC-506, designed to combat eating disorders, which are said to affect about 30 million Americans (http://dtn.fm/d1SEs).

IGC is out to save the world, it seems. Earlier this month, the company announced it had filed patent applications for IGC-501 in Canada, Israel and Europe in support of its ongoing cannabis-based combination therapy development initiatives.

“In 2017, our goal is to accelerate the development of our cannabis-based therapy portfolio to support key indications such as pain, seizures, cachexia, PTSD, and depression. In tandem, we expect to initiate pre-clinical trials on IGC-501-pain, IGC-502-seizures and IGC-504-cachexia,” CEO Ram Mukunda stated in a news release.

That is welcome news to the many millions who suffer daily from these conditions.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.IGCinc.us

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Epilepsy Patients are the New Focus of ChineseInvestors.com, Inc.’s (CIIX) CBD Health Products

April 21, 2017

In China, there are close to 10 million epilepsy patients, the Chinese Overseas Medical Advisory Service Center estimates. There is no cure in the country, although risky surgery is sometimes performed in the U.S., where there are over three million people living with epilepsy. Many patients rely on Chinese herbs for temporary control. However, ChineseInvestors.com’s (OTCQB: CIIX) current development plan includes making cannabidiol (CBD) products available online for people with epilepsy and Alzheimer’s disease. Its online store (ChineseCBDoil.com) and Yelp-style mobile application are helping to serve Chinese-speaking consumers around the world, and investors as well, with a reach into the $202 million U.S. CBD industry (based on 2015 consumer sales), which is expected to exceed $2 billion by 2020.

Cannabis was used as a medicinal substance in China as early as 2700 BCE, and it was later used across India and the Middle East. Epilepsy patients were treated with cannabis as early as the 11th century. This application was studied in Europe in the 19th century, and research into the medical use of cannabis compounds took place throughout the 1930s and 1940s. Progress was hindered in 1970 as the U.S. Controlled Substances Act prohibited the production and use of any cannabis product. Today, cannabis-based products are gaining ground, and CIIX is paying close attention to the market.

A United Press International (UPI) report in December 2016 (http://dtn.fm/T6kCm) cited two clinical trials that found cannabidiol reduced the frequency of seizures in adults and children. In these studies, CBD was used in patients with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome, which are rare, hard-to-treat forms of epilepsy. University of Alabama researchers found that CBD does reduce the frequency and severity of seizures, but not all patients exhibited the same benefits. Research has also indicated that CBD could interact with anti-seizure medications, causing decreases in liver function and sedation. Researchers also weren’t sure if mild to moderate side effects such as decreased appetite, sleepiness, vomiting, or diarrhea were associated with CBD.

Nonetheless, the popularity of CBD and cannabis-based products is adding fuel to the fire, and CIIX isn’t holding back either. It’s investing in enterprises focused on research and development. These include businesses studying CBD’s impact on epilepsy. Parents and caretakers have not been waiting for approval of cannabis products or traditional drugs to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Many have already obtained medical cannabis and seen positive results. Even the American Epilepsy Society has taken a stance, referencing anecdotal reports on the use of marijuana derivative cannabidiol in patients with treatment-resistant seizures (http://dtn.fm/rC5wX). It has called on both government and private funders to support research, so there’s more scientific data on the effectiveness of CBD as an epilepsy treatment.

Cannabidiol is gaining ground in the North American market. Legal in 50 states, it’s considered a food nutrient and is exported to China and over 40 other countries.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ChineseInvestors.com

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National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Reports 161% Jump in 2016 Revenues Following Two Acquisitions

National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH), in a SEC 10-K Annual Report filed on April 17, 2017, for the year ended December 31, 2016, reported revenues of $6,345,324 compared to $2,429,747 (restated) for the same period in 2015, representing a 161% jump. The increase in sales was due primarily to the firm’s acquisitions of Waste Recovery Enterprises, LLC (“WRE”) in October 2015, and Gateway Rolloff Services, LP, on December 1, 2015. Revenue in 2016 also grew due to a larger customer base, increased construction activity in Florida and the May 2016 acquisition of commercial collection company Sivart Services, LLC, which allowed the company to extend services into Cooperstown, New York.

NWMH is a vertically-integrated solid waste management company with six primary operations: landfill services, roll-off dumpster operations, commercial and residential collections, transfer station operations, trucking and grinding and mulch sales. The company operates in Florida and New York. By acquiring Kingston, New York-based Northeast Data, NWMH expanded its revenue stream to include paper shredding and hard drive destruction services.

Northeast Data Destruction & Recycling, since consolidated into WRE, specializes in document destruction services both on- and off-site. Northeast Data has expanded into hard drive destruction services, and the company plans to roll out this service throughout Upstate New York. Northeast Data shreds sensitive documents for banks, law firms, insurance companies, investment firms and other investment entities.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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OTC Markets Group Announces Proposed Changes to OTCQB Standards; Comment Period Underway

April 20, 2017

OTC Markets Group has announced the publication of proposed amendments to the OTCQB Standards, which are scheduled to go into effect May 18, 2017.

Among these proposed changes, OTC Markets Group proposes the addition of new eligibility criteria for companies not required to be SEC reporting. OTC Markets Group further purposes the refining of various continued eligibility requirements and the reorganization of several sections for improved clarity.

Companies following the Alternative Reporting Standard may now become qualified for the OTCQB and will be required to make public disclosure available through the OTC Disclosure & News Service in accordance with the OTCQX and OTCQB Disclosure Guidelines, which are the same disclosure guidelines used by OTCQX companies. In addition, these Alternate Reporting Companies will have certain corporate governance requirements.

Other proposed changes relate to the timing for removing delinquent filers, revision of due dates for International Reporting filings, annual certification of good standing in the state or jurisdiction of incorporation, and the procedures for removing a company from OTCQB for bid price deficiency.

A comment period is ongoing through May 17, and those with feedback regarding the proposed changes should send their comments and questions to mike@otcmarkets.com.

The proposed rules can be read in their entirety at http://dtn.fm/4EywP

Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (GRCK) Acquisition of ShareRails and Additional Funding Expand Market Reach

April 19, 2017

The acquisition of ShareRails was completed by Grey Cloak Tech, Inc. (OTC: GRCK) in March 2017 and is already developing new relationships and creating new online-to-offline business opportunities in southeast China. Excel Management Systems, an IT management firm, had valued the acquisition at over $6.4 million. ShareRails is now enhancing the visibility of brick-and-mortar stores to millions of online shoppers thanks to its ShareRails Online to Offline Platform (O2O), which transforms inventory data into digital content that can be indexed by Google and various other search engines. The platform also seamlessly integrates internet marketing, email marketing, and social media to bridge the gap between traditional and e-commerce stores.

Funding by Tomorrow Ventures (a private equity fund operated by Google) has helped ShareRails reach its goals. In fact, ShareRails founder Joseph Nejman previously led seed investments as Entrepreneur in Residence for the venture capital firm and held various roles at Google. In a recent interview, Nejman said of the basis for the ShareRails O2O platform: “Local retailers are missing out on millions of shopping searches each month because their product inventory and other key information is not accessible online and therefore they do not appear in relevant search results nor can consumers see what products are in stock without visiting the store.”

The acquisition promises to have repercussions throughout the retail and e-commerce industries. Serving the trillion-dollar retail sector, ShareRails can draw the attention of online shoppers to local retailers, even if their inventory isn’t available online. Local merchants’ products can be seen through basic online searches. The ShareRails platform makes in-stock products and promotions instantly searchable; it creates a digital product catalog allowing people to find products locally and even on social media. In addition to product details, one will also see directions to the store, hours of operation, and other relevant details.

Once data are imported, stored in the cloud, and published, the ShareRails O2O platform lets people search an online mall. This drives digital campaigns and social media initiatives while enabling a resource for product reviews and recommendations. End users can also take advantage of an outfit builder, wishlist app, and other shopping tools such as the Dress.li recommendation and reward platform. Shoppers can easily connect with fashion experts, stylists, and bloggers. At the same time, merchants have insightful analytics to track customer behavior, trends, and more.

Grey Cloak Tech provides industry-leading click-fraud protection solutions in addition to the retail solutions offered by ShareRails. It is now positioned to address the O2O market and online security (via its proprietary Fraudlytic software for digital advertising fraud protection), giving investors a path to benefit from business ventures serving a vast and diverse market. In the U.S. alone, there are over 10 million product searches per month, even as mall traffic was cut in half between 2010 and 2013, according to a recent company press release.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GreyCloakTech.com

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Announces Partnership with NutraFuels, Inc.

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII), a U.S.-based company that sources industrial commodities and provides business and management corporate consulting services, this morning announced its entry into a partnership agent sales agreement with NutraFuels, Inc. (OTC: NTFU), a manufacturer and distributor of naturally-derived, liquid-based health and wellness nutraceutical products. Under the terms of the agreement, CD International will market NutraFuels’ available product lines to the global Chinese-speaking population.

Founded in 2010, NutraFuels currently manufactures a range of nutritional products, including five unique oral spray daily health and wellness products containing industrial hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD). These supplements have been shown to support various daily health and wellness goals, including weight loss, stress relief, improved energy and focus, better sleep and lasting pain relief.

“We are pleased to bring one of the best CBD-based products in the U.S. to the Chinese population,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and CEO of CD International, stated in this morning’s news release. “We believe that NutraFuels’ intra-oral spray delivery system is highly effective and it allows for optimal absorption of CBD into the human body. China has a global consumer base of 2 billion people, representing more than 20% of the world’s total population, and consisting of consumers that predominantly embrace homeopathic and natural remedies. We are confident that the newly emerging CBD market in China represents great potential for our Company and its investor.”

This morning’s update comes just a week after CD International announced the launch of its newly-formed Green Products Distribution, Inc. subsidiary and online store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd) in line with its ongoing initiative to distribute CBD-based products in Chinese-speaking communities. As part of that update, the company unveiled plans to actively source a variety of CBD-based products in the U.S. through entry into several distribution agreements in the near term, plans which are already taking shape through CD International’s new partnership with NutraFuels.

In addition to distributing these products through its online store, CD International also intends to distribute these high quality CBD-based products through retail chains of pharmaceutical and Chinese medicine stores located in Mainland China. Other active initiatives currently in CD International’s pipeline include the development of a mobile app in order to promote optimal distribution of CBD-based products through increasingly popular mobile channels, as well as distribution of bulk CBD crystal within the rapidly-evolving U.S. market.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Exploiting Global Market Opportunities

April 18, 2017

With a wealth of experience and international distribution networks already in place, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) recently formed a new subsidiary and launched a new online store to maximize product delivery and penetrate a market of 2+ billion people.

For over a decade, CD International has sourced and distributed industrial commodities in China and the Americas. Headquartered in South Florida, the company has focused on international commodity sourcing and trading in iron ore, manganese ore, and scrap metals for companies located throughout the People’s Republic of China. To facilitate its commodity trading services, CD International also provides financing, logistics, quality control and legal and technical due diligence to its suppliers and purchasers. The company’s trading division naturally spawned CD International’s consultation services division to provide guidance for Chinese entities to compete in a complex global economy. The company’s background and know-how have given it the unique ability to identify and exploit emerging global market opportunities. In conjunction with its ongoing expansion initiative, CD International recently embarked upon a new enterprise to leverage its international experience and profit from the bulk distribution of medicinal cannabidiol (CBD) products in the U.S. and the sale of CBD-based products to the 2+ billion Chinese-speaking people located around the globe.

With the launch of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Products Distribution, and its online retail store (http://www.greencbdproducts.com/cbd), CD International is positioned to capture more than a fair share of this burgeoning market. With a projected annual growth rate north of 50 percent and the innate acceptance of holistic medicinal treatments in the Chinese culture, CD International fully expects this new enterprise to exceed expectations. The company’s expertise in international trade and its understanding of the vagaries of Chinese commerce give the company competitive advantages to exploit and capitalize on this fast developing global market.

A seemingly curious diversion from conventional business practices, the opportunity is just too great for the company not to engage. Chairman and CEO of CD International, Dr. James Wang, recently stated, “Research has indicated CBD to be effective in treating epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cirrhosis of the liver and to provide relief from hangover, anxiety and stress. Because natural extract of CBD-based products is so similar to traditional Chinese medicine, management believes there is huge opportunity in Chinese-speaking communities for CBD-based products.”

Given the company’s track record in international business and its deep understanding of Chinese culture and practices, CD International’s latest foray is far from just a curious diversion.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Maximizes Upside Potential and Limits Downside Risk

Owning shares of a holding company often times can provide unique opportunities to profit from non-traditional markets with great upside potential. SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a publicly traded holding company, offers just such non-traditional upside opportunity with its foray into the burgeoning cannabis market.

Traditionally, SinglePoint has focused on mobile technology and mobile marketing by offering client-based solutions for business transactions, donations and targeted communications. The company connects client companies to target markets by providing innovative mobile technology at reasonable rates. However, SinglePoint recognized the strength and profit potential in acquiring interest in undervalued, high-growth entities in disparate markets to create a diversified holding base.

With some annual growth estimates exceeding 20 percent, SinglePoint settled on the cannabis industry as an excellent avenue of diversification and has pursued strategic opportunities to exploit this market and enhance shareholder value. SinglePoint’s innovative entry in the cannabis market came through its SingleSeed subsidiary. SingleSeed seeks to offer solutions for a perplexing problem encountered by legal marijuana businesses. These businesses, blessed by individual states as legal, still operate outside the boundaries of federal law and have limited access to the banking system. This economic zombie zone places legitimate cannabis businesses in precarious situations. The contradictory laws force all-cash transactions with customers, leading to large amounts of cash on site. SingleSeed aims to offer non-cash payment solutions to marijuana businesses that are easy to use and safer for both the companies and the customers.

Focused on innovation, SinglePoint is expanding its portfolio in the cannabis markets with the strategic acquisition of companies that profit from the cannabis industry but don’t touch the plant itself. There’s little doubt that the marijuana market in the United States will continue to flourish and is poised for explosive upside growth. SinglePoint’s strategy positions the company to maximize profit from the marijuana markets yet virtually eliminate any downside risk exposure. The company’s recent acquisition of a stake in Convectium, an innovative company with a proprietary machine that fills and packages vape cartridges and disposable vape pens at a rate of 100 per 30 seconds, is yet another step in SinglePoint’s expansion of its cannabis-related holdings strategy.

In reference to the Convectium acquisition, Greg Lambrecht, CEO of SinglePoint, stated “We have evaluated numerous investment prospects in the cannabis space, and found there is nothing that compares to this opportunity we have with Convectium. With this transaction, we will acquire a stake in a cannabis business that never touches a marijuana plant. This is the strategy we will use as we move forward to hedge us against changing federal and state laws.”

SinglePoint’s unique strategy positions the company to reap the benefits of the explosive marijuana markets while limiting the downside risk.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Attracts High-Volume Agents, Retains Them With Technology, Stock Ownership Equity and Three-Year Vesting

April 17, 2017

eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI), through its eXp Realty subsidiary, is not just adding new real estate agents; it is attracting high-volume agent/brokers including two from The Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 List, according to Glenn Sanford, chairman, CEO and founder of the company. Presenting at the MicroCap Conference in New York earlier this month, Sanford said that a number of large real estate markets remain open to the agent-owned and cloud-based online real estate agency — such as New York and Connecticut. The company can grow more than geographically, because it projects possible areas of expansion such as mortgage origination, title and escrow services, and homeowners insurance, he said.

eXp World Holdings is the holding company for eXp Realty LLC and eXp Realty of Canada, Inc. It is an agent-owned, cloud-based brokerage that is unique in that it offers its agents a chance to earn company stock through performance, as well as to receive a percentage of gross commissions earned by other agents that they bring into EXPI. It has surpassed 3,000 agents and projects having 5,500-6,500 agents by the end of this year. The company’s features are designed to not only attract agents but also retain them. Three-year 100% equity vesting is an important retention tool, Sanford said.

The company maintains a non-traditional model of low costs due to its cloud-based campus versus brick-and-mortar offices. In addition to agent incentives in the form of company stock for performance plus shared commission payments, the company also offers special online educational classes as part of its immersive cloud-based platform campus. The combination of lower costs, high technology, stock incentives, and a percentage of recruited agent commissions, is highly desirous for agents, Sanford told investors.

The largest state EXPI currently serves in the U.S. is Texas — with some 800 eXp agents. However, in the tri-state market of New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey, the company still has much room to grow. That market remains a large opportunity for the company, and the high-dollar residential real estate markets of Connecticut, Manhattan, and Brooklyn are still largely open.

The firm sees a further doubling of its agent count by the end of this year, to between 5,500 and 6,500, Sanford said. EXPI is attracting younger and, in some cases, higher volume agents. He added that its three-year vesting program appeals to agents and has also proven important in retaining them. Few would want to leave the company before fully vesting and losing that equity, he noted.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.eXpWorldHoldings.com

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Bollente Companies, Inc. (BOLC) Offers Growing Opportunities for Investors

An increasing market value and lucrative assets are making Bollente Companies, Inc. (OTCQB: BOLC) appealing to potential investors. The shares bought over the past couple of years show that investors are taking notice of Bollente as it continues to partner with entrepreneurs and take on opportunities to grow its business and market presence.

Over the past several years, the company has worked to successfully develop an advanced consumer product with worldwide potential – a next-generation technology tankless electric water heater with major advances over other tankless systems, gas or electric, on the market. A diverse portfolio of companies has already opted for Bollente’s trutankless® system, including Cullum Homes, which has recently added the smart electric tankless water heaters in its properties – The Village at Mountain Shadows in Paradise Valley, Arizona, along with The Village at Silverleaf, located in North Scottsdale, Arizona. After extensive research and engineering, Bollente Companies officially launched the water heater line in 2014 and has been granted 32 patent claims on the technology, with several new ones on the way. The company’s trutankless® line is now the subject of demand among builders and remodelers.

The company’s recent press release regarding Cullum Homes (http://dtn.fm/ImM08) included awards its advanced tankless water heater system has already received. The system has been honored by Arizona Forward’s Environmental Excellence Awards with the Governor’s Award of Merit for Energy and Technology Innovation. It was also named a Hot Product in Green Builder Magazine, and it received a silver award in the Appliance Design Excellence in Design contest. Earlier, it had been named “Best Home Technology Product” at the 2014 IBS show.

Developing product sales aren’t the only thing going for Bollente and its investors. A customized marketing program launched in 2015 (aimed at trutankless® installation partners) has boosted sales and introduced a proprietary app that notifies installers of sales opportunities via text message. The program includes training opportunities and a partnership with bluemedia, a signage provider, enabling installers to order branded vehicle wraps for their service fleets.

A recent report (http://dtn.fm/Jww5N) announced hundreds of electric tankless water heaters will be installed in senior living townhomes at Friendship Village in Tempe, Arizona, by 2018. The product is supporting the community’s continuing expansion. Another appeal to investors is the product’s energy efficiency, as these water heaters produce hot water at consistent temperatures, despite variations in incoming water temperature, to within one degree. They also provide the advantages of home automation, remote control, freeze protection, dry-fire defense, leak detection, and smart grid capabilities.

Globally, tankless water heater sales generated an estimated revenue of nearly $17 billion, according to Persistence Market Research (http://dtn.fm/wPaw5), and they are projected to exceed well over $25 billion by 2024. This market segment represents just a small part of the global green building sector, which is currently outpacing overall U.S. construction growth and continues to double in size every three years. Smart appliances, including IoT devices in the home, represent a market valued at nearly $47 billion in 2015 that’s expected to grow to almost $122 billion by 2022 (per a MarketandMarkets forecast, http://dtn.fm/rtV6e). The growth in the number of senior living communities over the next 10 years represents a market opportunity for tankless water heaters as well – as baby-boomers look to healthy living and energy saving solutions. Therefore, investors focused on growth, market value, and energy efficiency can find Bollente a company worth considering.

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India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE: IGC) Plans to Develop Cannabinoid Extract Therapies for Cats and Dogs

April 13, 2017

India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE MKT: IGC) intends to become a “first-mover” in developing cannabis-based combination therapies for large market conditions such as pain, eating disorders, refractory epilepsy, and seizures. In addition, IGC has filed two patents, IGC-502 and IGC-505, for combination therapies for the treatment of seizures in dogs and cats, which in it itself is a surprisingly large market.

It is believed that abnormal brain activity is the cause of most seizures in dogs and cats. These seizures can be either violent or subtle. Some seizures may occur just once, but others can be repeated and require treatment before affecting larger parts of the brain.

The pet market is large and growing. According to research by the American Pet Products Association (http://dtn.fm/iiO30), the market in 2017 is expected to reach $16.62 billion for veterinary care and $14.93 billion for supplies and over-the-counter medicine. By far, dogs and cats are the most popular pets. In a 2017 survey by National Pet Owners, 60.2 million American households owned a dog and 47.1 million households owned a cat.

While some of this research may also be beneficial for treating humans, it reflects IGC’s targeting of the larger veterinary market. In dogs, primary epilepsy — or idiopathic epilepsy — occurs in about 5% of the canine population (http://dtn.fm/pRtJ3), most often in dogs between the ages of six months and six years. In cats, seizures are much less common, occurring in only 0.5-1.0% of the population. Most are intracranial, stemming from the brain, and are epileptic in nature.

Hemp-based products for dogs, especially for older and pain-ridden dogs, are in a gray market. However, the market potential is great (http://dtn.fm/b1DMo), because it sits at the current intersection of medical pharmaceutical marijuana and pet care. Veterinarians acknowledge that legal restrictions currently impede distribution of these products in the U.S., but advances in legalization of medical marijuana may be helpful in changing the environment. For now, IGC is researching the potential of cannabis-based treatments in the pet market and developing products as this potentially represents a significant future opportunity.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.IGCinc.us

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RenovaCare, Inc. (RCAR) Leading Innovation in Wound Care Treatment

The global wound care market recently reached revenues of more than $20 billion (http://dtn.fm/W1wjB) at the end of 2016, based on sales at the manufacturer’s level. Specifically, the burn care market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.8% from $1.68 billion in 2016 to more than $2.33 billion by the end of 2021 (http://dtn.fm/I6abR). The growth in these markets has been largely attributed to factors such as the rising number of burn accidents, an aging population, and the rise in cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity, and other diseases that can cause skin-related problems.

Currently, wound care ranges from anti-infectives, ulcer wound management, moist dressings, and negative pressure wound therapy to wound closure and even conventional skin grafts. These treatments can be extremely painful, slow-to-heal, and are more likely to face complications along the way. Today, more is being done to help patients suffering from skin problems, some of which include a rise in health care expenditure, more government initiatives, an increase in the number of emergency centers and burn units, and a growing understanding of the various treatment options.

In addition, more innovative forms of treatment are slowly being introduced. RenovaCare, Inc. (OTCQB: RCAR), a development stage biotechnology company focused on acquiring, researching, developing, and commercializing first-of-their-kind self-donated stem cell therapies for the regeneration of human organs, is in the process of developing a product that targets issues relating to the human body’s largest organ, the skin.

The company’s CellMist™ system uses a patient’s own stem cells and is applied onto wounds and burns using its SkinGun™. The technology is able to regrow the skin across wounds by spreading numerous regenerative islands over the affected area, rather than the wound healing from the outside in. Although still part of an experimental setting, the system has been tested on patients such as Matt Uram, a victim of a fire-related accident during a July fourth celebration, who, within three days witnessed incredible results, with burns almost completely healed and no risk of infection or scarring (http://dtn.fm/uXAR5).

RenovaCare believes the SkinGun™ could replace today’s standards of care, decreasing the need for patients to go through the process of having complicated skin grafts, mesh skin grafts, and other forms of painful treatment.

The company is aiming to get the SkinGun™ FDA-approved in the near future, and research is already underway at RenovaCare to enable the treatment of third degree burns, which are more complex in nature and often come with damage to the muscles and tissue below the skin.

For more information, visit www.RenovaCareInc.com

CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Brings Cannabidiol (CBD) Cures to Chinese Communities with New Initiatives

In the West, it has now been accepted that cannabidiol (CBD) has medical benefits, and CBD products are increasingly making their way to market. One of the better known of these is Sativex, a mixture of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and CBD in an oromucosal spray that has been approved by regulatory authorities in 28 countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the U.K.

However, ancient Chinese texts indicate that CBD and other cannabinoids have been employed extensively in traditional Chinese medicine. Now, to bring those ancient cures to Chinese-speaking communities around the world, CD International Enterprises, Inc. (OTC: CDII) is planning to distribute CBD products to this potential global market of over two billion people.

In a press release issued on Tuesday, April 12, CD International Enterprises announced new initiatives to retail and wholesale CBD products. The company has launched a newly-formed, wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Products Distribution, Inc., and a new online store, Green CBD Products, to retail CBD cures to customers in China and to the many Chinese-speaking communities sprinkled throughout the world. In addition, it plans to distribute bulk CBD crystal in the U.S.

There are references in ancient Chinese medical records on the use of cannabinoids to treat epilepsy, seizures, and pain, which are thought to relate mainly to CBD, since the Chinese were well aware that it had no psychoactive effect, unlike THC. Today, research has indicated CBD to be effective in treating epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, cirrhosis of the liver, and even to provide relief from hangover, anxiety, and stress.

CD International will spend the next several weeks getting the online store to fully functioning status, after which the company plans to contract an online marketing firm to promote the store and its products to Chinese diasporas. The company also plans to develop an app for optimal distribution of CBD-based products through mobile devices.

CD International is also actively sourcing a variety of CBD-based products in the U.S. and plans to enter several agreements for their distribution in the near term. Related plans include distributing CBD-based products through retail chains of pharmaceutical and Chinese medicine stores in China. These agreements fall under the company’s trading division, which engages in sourcing and distributing industrial commodities such as CBD-related products, oil-related products, mineral ores, and non-ferrous metals.

The company also operates a consulting division, which provides services to public and private American and Chinese entities seeking access to the U.S. and Chinese capital markets. These services include general business consulting, guidance on Chinese regulation, translation services, advice on the formation of entities in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), and advice on mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances and partnerships. The company also provides advice to Chinese companies seeking access to the U.S. capital markets and compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley, in addition to undertaking corporate asset evaluations.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CDII.net

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