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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Enters Letter of Intent to Acquire Stake in Discount Indoor Garden Supply

May 17, 2017

Specialized holding company SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) this morning announced its entry into a Letter of Intent with Discount Indoor Garden Supply (“DIGS”). Per the terms of the LOI, SinglePoint will acquire 90 percent of DIGS in a stock and cash transaction. The company anticipates that the acquisition will bring immediate revenues to SinglePoint while positioning it as a leader in online products, retail stores, cannabis consulting and equipment in California. “We are committed to identifying and making investments that will strengthen both parties’ position in the cannabis industry while building SinglePoint’s corporate value,” Greg Lambrecht, CEO of SinglePoint, stated in the news release. “California is a major market opportunity, and we will work to find the right companies, such as DIGS, in which we can invest to gain a stronger foothold in the broader marijuana industry.” In addition to an online store (www.DIGSHydro.com), DIGS currently operates two store front locations strategically located to capitalize on the sustained growth of the California marijuana industry. DIGS has plans to open a third store front location in the near future, and it’s working on a bid to build-out a 15,000 plant operation in Southern California.

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About SinglePoint, Inc.

SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly traded holding company. Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint is building its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base. Through its subsidiary company SingleSeed the company is providing products and services to the cannabis industry. For more information visit www.SinglePoint.com

SinglePoint (SING) Diversification Strategy Sets Stage for Big Rewards When Cannabis Industry Becomes Bankable

May 16, 2017

While some investors still view the marijuana market as a new industry, the mammoth potential of the cannabis industry — both in the United States and worldwide — cannot be discounted. While marijuana has not yet been legalized in the U.S. at the federal level, 29 states as well as the District of Columbia have, so far, passed laws or initiatives to legalize or regulate it, and the industry has been growing at an unexpectedly high rate. Some savvy companies are safeguarding against the risk of violating present federal laws by capitalizing on the growth of the cannabis industry in a hands-off way, serving marijuana-related companies without touching the plant themselves. One such company is SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING).

As discussed in a recent article (http://dtn.fm/msS5J), SinglePoint is building an acquisition portfolio of undervalued subsidiaries with a focus on innovative technologies. Within the marijuana industry, the company is pursuing different opportunities to build corporate value and maintain diversification. SingleSeed, SinglePoint’s marijuana vertical, is serving cannabis dispensaries that are currently hampered in their operations due to the present lack of banking options for businesses within the marijuana industry. SingleSeed is engaged in providing mobile payment processing solutions, text message marketing and business tools to marijuana dispensaries, with a long-term goal of building SingleSeed.com into a hub where dispensaries can purchase the products they need to conduct business. It is also planned that SingleSeed will offer consulting services for cannabis businesses that need assistance in getting a foothold and becoming successful in their strategies.

SinglePoint’s own strategy further involves the utilization of marijuana-related technology through its investment in Convectium, which is a successful equipment, branding and packaging solutions provider to the marijuana industry. Convectium has developed the very first cartridge and vape pen oil filling machines created for wholesale distribution to cannabis dispensaries. The 710Shark and 710Seal machines offered by Convectium, currently sold through the EquipCanna.com brand, can fill and package more than 100 cartridges or disposable vape pens in 30 seconds, revolutionizing the inefficient traditional method of hand-filling cartridges. Convectium additionally operates a consumer brand that includes HazeSticks and BlackoutX, with a customer reach that encompasses more than 52 countries.

SinglePoint recently signed a reseller agreement that enables the company to begin onboarding “high risk” merchant accounts, which includes more than 100 types of businesses. Cannabis businesses are currently counted among these high-risk business types, along with enterprises like auctions, gambling, vape pen sales, online gaming and others. Serving SinglePoint’s diversification strategy, this move will enable the company to provide payment solutions to cannabis businesses as soon as the marijuana industry becomes bankable. Offering payment solutions to various verticals in this way enlarges SinglePoint’s target market and paves the way for enormous success in catering to an underserved market.

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

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Discusses Acquisition Strategy in Interview on MoneyTV

May 12, 2017

Specialized holding company SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is a featured company on this week’s episode of MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is an internationally syndicated television program about “money and what makes it happen.” To view the show, visit www.MoneyTV.net. In this week’s episode, SinglePoint CEO Greg Lambrecht discusses the company’s progress toward expanding its presence in the burgeoning legal marijuana industry by way of acquisition. “We’ve spent the last couple of months courting companies to acquire them, particularly in the cannabis space,” Lambrecht noted in the interview. “Actually, I think next week we’re going to be putting an LOI out on a company out of California that we’re going to acquire that has revenue. That was the whole goal behind this is to use our public vehicle to acquire companies with revenues and check that box, and you’re going to be finding that whole plan coming to fruition here shortly… We’re looking to acquire companies that have done all the work and have gotten the license to be a distributor or a manufacturer. Those are so valuable, and that’s what we’re really focusing on.”

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About SinglePoint, Inc.

SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly traded holding company. Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint is building its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base. Through its subsidiary company SingleSeed the company is providing products and services to the cannabis industry. For more information visit www.SinglePoint.com

SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Set to Capitalize on Payment Markets Opportunity in MMJ Industry after Congress Triggers Safe Harbor Protection

May 11, 2017

With the passage of the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment in the $1.1 trillion spending bill to fund the government until September 30, 2017, Congress continues its hands-off approach to the medical marijuana industry. Attached as a rider to the appropriations bill, Rohrabacher-Farr now allows marijuana dispensaries powerful ‘safe harbor’ protections. As a consequence, SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is rebooting its initiatives, started two years ago, to be a ‘first mover’ in providing payment solutions to the cannabis vertical through its SingleSeed payments subsidiary.

SinglePoint has been working with medical marijuana (MMJ) businesses for a long time, as GeekWire reported in August 2014 (http://dtn.fm/gm9pX). Back then, the company engaged with more than 100 state-licensed dispensaries in Colorado and Washington to set up point-of-sale terminals that would enable patients to pay for their marijuana purchases with debit and credit cards. SinglePoint’s leadership in providing payment solutions to the newly legalized MMJ industry went up in smoke, however, since banks, afraid of falling afoul of the law, refused to process the payments. Federal money transmitting regulations prohibit ‘the transportation or transmission of funds that… have been derived from a criminal offense or are intended to be used to promote or support unlawful activity’.

In this decidedly more benign environment, SinglePoint, through its SingleSeed Payments subsidiary, is offering a novel payment solution to MMJ dispensaries with its cashless ATM that closely resembles the typical debit/credit card terminal. However, unlike traditional terminals that are associated with an identifiable merchant account, the SingleSeed terminal is linked to the ATM network. As a result, a transaction through a SingleSeed cashless ATM, like a cash withdrawal from any ATM, involves only the account holder, his bank and a cash amount… devoid of other transaction details.

SinglePoint is also breaking ground with its Pay-by-Text™ technology, a tool that facilitates both promotional outreach and payments. Pay-by-Text™ offers a swipe-less payment option to customers who install the app on their mobile phones. To make a payment, the purchaser sends a text message to the payment provider, who clears the transaction with the vendor. The cost of the purchase, subsequently, appears on the monthly phone bill. In addition, the Pay-by-Text™ app becomes a marketing tool. Once the customer has set up a Pay-by-Text™ account, the vendor can issue an invitation to receive text messages. With these promotional and payment solutions, SinglePoint is set to capitalize on the opportunities in payments now that federal legislative and judicial action has created a safe harbor for the MMJ industry.

But a lot has changed since then. Now, even though marijuana remains a Schedule 1 substance like ecstasy, heroin and mescaline under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, 29 states and the District of Columbia have passed resolutions or laws legalizing medical marijuana or regulating its adult use like alcohol or tobacco.

This has prompted a supportive response from the legislative and judicial branches of the federal government, in stark contrast to the mixed messages coming from the executive. Most importantly, the continuation of Rohrabacher-Farr, which prohibits the Justice Department from using funds allocated by Congress to interfere with the implementation of state medical marijuana laws, triggers the ‘safe harbor’ protections of an important court ruling last year.

On August 16, 2016, in United States v. McIntosh, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal appellate court for the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, created a ‘safe harbor’ for medical marijuana establishments. Its ruling requires federal district court judges to provide medical marijuana suppliers and users with a pre-trial evidentiary hearing so that they can establish that their activities are compliant with applicable state law. If such compliance is established, then prosecution under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) should be dismissed or discontinued, as long as Rohrabacher-Farr, which first became law in May 2014, stands. This means that if MMJ dispensaries can demonstrate compliance with state laws by, for example, having a compliance program in place, they cannot be prosecuted under the CSA.

In addition, SinglePoint has announced in a press release (http://dtn.fm/8ErRx) that it has signed an agreement allowing the company to begin offering “high risk” merchant accounts. This is a major step toward providing previously unavailable financial services to companies in high-risk categories, and the company plans to integrate this into their Pay-by-Text solution.

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

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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Set to Begin Onboarding ‘High Risk’ Merchant Accounts

May 9, 2017

Specialized holding company Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) this morning announced its entry into a new agreement enabling the company to start onboarding ‘high risk’ merchant accounts. “We are providing multiple solutions to the cannabis space and we are trying to do the same in the payments space as well,” Greg Lambrecht, CEO of SinglePoint, stated in the news release. “Being able to offer a payment solution to multiple different verticals gives the company a larger target market to tap into. We believe high risk is a huge opportunity and an underserved market at this point.” The new solution will offer approved merchants the ability to process payments in-store, online and through point-of-sale systems. Additionally, SinglePoint plans to integrate its Pay by Text solution for these clients in the near future. Per this morning’s update, ‘high risk’ accounts represent a broad collection of over 100 business types, including auctions, vape pen sales, gambling, online gaming and more, which typically offer higher margins than traditional accounts. This new reseller agreement falls in line with SinglePoint’s recent moves in the legal cannabis space, as the company anticipates that those operations will also be classified as ‘high risk’ when banking options are made available to the burgeoning industry.

To view the full press release, visit http://dtn.fm/KDsG0

A Podcast about today’s news is available at http://dtn.fm/niBt2

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About SinglePoint, Inc.

SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly traded holding company. Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint is building its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base. Through its subsidiary company SingleSeed the company is providing products and services to the cannabis industry. For more information visit www.SinglePoint.com

QualityStocksNewsBreaks – SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Discusses “State of the Company” in Interview on MoneyTV

May 5, 2017

Specialized holding company Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is a featured company on this week’s episode of MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is an internationally syndicated television program about “money and what makes it happen.” To view the show, visit www.MoneyTV.net. In this week’s episode, Singlepoint CEO Greg Lambrecht discusses the ‘State of the Company’, giving prospective shareholders some additional insight into the forward plans of both SinglePoint and its SingleSeed subsidiary. “We’re continuing to stick to our plan – that is to raise funds, acquire companies and get more products that we can sell to dispensaries,” Lambrecht noted in the interview. “We did a partial acquisition of Convectium, the company that has the machine that fills the vials… and we’re also in the process of hopefully closing a couple more acquisitions in the coming months.”

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly traded holding company. Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint is building its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base. Through its subsidiary company SingleSeed the company is providing products and services to the cannabis industry. For more information visit www.SinglePoint.com

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

April 28, 2017

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

April 18, 2017

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.

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

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Set to Capitalize on Congressional Push to Regulate and Tax Marijuana

April 6, 2017

The U.S. Congress in March introduced legislation to regulate and tax marijuana and to remove it from the federal Controlled Substances Act. The move (http://dtn.fm/w96Hp) would effectively end cannabis prohibition and allow it to be regulated in a way alcohol has been since 1933. This move would be highly beneficial for SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a leading mobile technology and payment solutions company that provides ancillary services to the marijuana industry.

Legislation was introduced by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO). It would allow the states to choose to legalize cannabis at their discretion. Also, federal regulations could be imposed on cannabis businesses, even in those states where marijuana is legal. A federal excise tax on cannabis products would be put into effect by a Senate bill (introduced by Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR)), and the House is also considering such a measure. These measures reflect the stance that the administration of President Donald Trump has taken on the legalization of marijuana.

Greg Lambrecht, CEO of SinglePoint, recently noted, “The Trump administration has voiced its intention to empower the states in regards to legalizing medical marijuana. President Donald Trump himself has stated that he believes medical marijuana can help people. At this time, we believe the administration will stay true to their position of empowering the states to make the right call. There are many medical shops here in Phoenix. So far, none of them have said they are being negatively impacted by the current administration or the policies it says are in the works.”

Additional bills address cannabis legalization on a criminal justice front. Changes to cannabis policy could include a reduction of cannabis penalties and an elimination of many legal repercussions now associated with federal convictions. Rep. Blumenauer has expressed concern that individuals could be trapped between federal and state laws and that changes are needed to ensure fairness.

Public support for legal cannabis has grown from 52% of adults in 2014, to 57% in 2016, according to a General Social Survey. The new numbers are supported by a recent Quinnipiac University poll as well. Still, some states, such as California, fear there may be a federal crackdown. Some have said federal intervention could restore prohibition where cannabis is legal, which could spawn a new era of chaos due to an unregulated underground market and criminal justice issues.

SinglePoint has seen much revenue potential in the realm of legal cannabis, and hopes measures will be taken to streamline federal and state oversight of the market. Its interests go beyond investing. The congressional push should also help boost the value of its SingleSeed (www.SingleSeed.com) payments solutions for businesses in the cannabis industry. “For the near term, the best way the administration can help would be to issue guidelines on how the cannabis business can be successfully banked,” Lambrecht added.

Recently, SinglePoint announced the acquisitions of Convectium, a manufacturer and distributor of cannabis-related equipment and packaging solutions. The projections of $3.5 million in sales for 2017, according to a March press release (http://dtn.fm/A5y0U), are attractive to SinglePoint investors who have seen opportunities to diversify the company’s revenue streams. At the start of 2017, 28 states had legalized marijuana in some capacity.

To stay tuned for more details about new cannabis legislation, and to learn more about SinglePoint and its acquisitions in the industry, go to www.SinglePoint.com.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Interview Reveals How the Cannabis Industry is Incorporating Technology

March 30, 2017

The legalization of cannabis across many states in the U.S. has opened doors to various innovators, leaving the tech world to rapidly adapt to this trending industry. There’s now a strong move by cannabis-oriented businesses to incorporate common technologies found in other industries, and such innovations are not just found in dispensaries. Improvements are being made on the technology surrounding the agricultural, marketing, production, and distribution channels in the marijuana market. Technology is also being used to solve challenging issues such as payment options.

Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a publicly traded holding company, offers payment solutions to the cannabis industry through its SingleSeed subsidiary. The company offers noncash payment solutions to marijuana businesses that are legal, easy to use, and safer for both the companies using them and the customers purchasing products. However, it is not just through payment solutions that Singlepoint is sparking innovation in the cannabis technology market.

Recently, Singlepoint has made public its plan to undertake strategic acquisitions of companies that are in the cannabis industry but which do not in any way touch the plant itself. As the marijuana market in the U.S. continues to flourish, this strategy has started to unfold with SING’s acquisition of a stake in Convectium, a company that has created a unique machine that fills and packages vape cartridges and disposable vape pens at a rate of 100 per 30 seconds.

In a recent interview with Donald Baillargeon from MoneyTV (http://dtn.fm/OCAe3), Greg Lambrecht, CEO of Singlepoint, announced that the company has provided its initial round of funding to Convectium, where demand and sales have soared for this quarter compared to the same quarter of 2016. According to Lambrecht, the Convectium product is a perfect acquisition for Singlepoint, not only because of its in-demand capabilities, but because it does not require direct involvement with the plant and, therefore, does not break any state or federal regulations.

According to Lambrecht, Singlepoint has entered into an independent sales agreement with Convectium, whereby Singlepoint will be selling the machine in order to increase its revenues. He continued to emphasize the greatness of both Convectium and its product during the interview, highlighting the fact that comparative financial results of 2016 and 2017 will soon be released.

With the legal cannabis market projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 17%, according to Forbes (http://dtn.fm/UmNX8), Singlepoint aims to focus its attention on cannabis enterprises rather than cultivation, allowing it to aid investors in the cannabis market to diversify their portfolios through equipment providers and consumer product makers. Despite marijuana still being classified as a Schedule 1 drug, Singlepoint is making strides in the cannabis technology market and plans to continue to diversify its revenue streams within the industry.

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

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Greg Lambrecht Reveals High Points of Convectium Acquisition

March 23, 2017

Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), specializing in small- to mid-sized company acquisitions, recently began funding Convectium, an organization that sells equipment in the cannabis industry. There should be “more funding on the way,” according to Singlepoint CEO Greg Lambrecht, who discussed the acquisition in a recent episode of MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. Convectium sells machines that fill vials with oil, and it created a unique system for filling/packaging vape cartridges and disposable vape pens. These systems, and point of sale equipment, are sold at various trade shows, according to Lambrecht.

In the phone interview, Lambrecht also revealed that Singlepoint is looking into joint ventures as part of its growth strategy. The Singlepoint CEO further talked about subsidiary SingleSeed Payments, which was recently re-activated as a means to offer legal marijuana businesses the financial tools they need to thrive. He noted that the SingleSeed.com website is very helpful for dispensaries looking for merchant payment processing solutions and other relevant tools for their business. “Once they get there, they’re going to see anywhere from three to five products that can help their dispensary do business,” he said.

Discussing several points highlighting the company’s inside sales strategy, Lambrecht also gave insights into Singlepoint’s outside sales strategy. He added, “Of course, the outside sales strategy is to continue to acquire companies that do not touch the plant, like Convectium… so we’re not affected by state or federal laws.” He also said the strategy is “to be the pick and shovel of the industry.” There are currently 26 states with medical marijuana, Lambrecht noted, emphasizing the market that is available to his organization and the potential to generate revenue.

Founded in 2006, Singlepoint is a publicly-traded holding company. Investors have access to a wide range of assets. The company’s primary solutions focus on mobile technology to allow clients to engage in communication, conduct business transactions, and accept donations. It began solely as a mobile technology provider and has grown from there. The company has since diversified into horizontal markets, built its portfolio by acquiring interests in undervalued subsidiaries, and targeted cash flow positive businesses with high potential and verified assets.

Singlepoint has a stake in a variety of solutions, in addition to products for marijuana dispensaries, including mobile payment and donations solutions. It also offers a credit card checkout system for mobile phones.

The company is headed by CEO Greg Lambrecht, who has founded and led several start-up companies, including a leading consumer product distribution company. He has also negotiated with some of the largest retail firms in the country. Singlepoint is also led by Chief Technology Officer Eric Lofdahl, who has held positions in software development, program management, engineering process definition, and more. Along with telecommunications expert Gowri Shankar, the team makes up the company’s board of directors. Wil Ralston is VP of Sales and Marketing.

To hear the full interview on the Convectium acquisition, go to https://vimeo.com/208748705

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

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Showing Growth through Its Strategic Acquisition Plan

March 10, 2017

Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a publicly traded holding company based in Arizona, has been highlighted as one to look out for in the cannabis space, according to InsiderFinancial.com (http://dtn.fm/3zGnN). The company, through its SingleSeed subsidiary, provides business services to cannabis businesses, including marketing, point of sale and more.

Because of the company’s nature, and its ability to fill a very challenging gap in the marijuana industry, Singlepoint is on a climb as the industry continues to flourish in the United States. This has been reflected in its stock price, which at the time of InsiderFinancial’s coverage had shown a 560% appreciation in approximately 12 weeks.

In addition to its substantial stock rise, earlier this year Singlepoint announced that it has raised more than $600,000, and it is looking to secure up to $1 million. Singlepoint has also made reference to its strategic acquisition activities.

During an interview with Donald Baillargeon from Money TV (http://dtn.fm/e27Za), CEO Greg Lambrecht explained that the companies Singlepoint is looking to acquire are those that are part of the cannabis industry, but that do not in any way touch the plant itself. This acquisition strategy allows Singlepoint to continue expanding without getting into trouble with any state or federal laws.

According to InsiderFinancial, the acquisition announcement relates to a company called Convectium, which has invented a mechanism that fills over 100 oil cartridges in just 30 seconds. Because of the high demand for this type of infrastructural technology, Singlepoint is expected to close this acquisition in the very near future.

According to Lambrecht and InsiderFinancial, Singlepoint’s key goals are to close its acquisition of Convectium, look for more acquisitions to close in the future, and continue to raise money for the company. With a market cap that has grown from just $5 million to over $40 million, and a significant amount of attention from new investors and other third parties, analysts believe that Singlepoint will continue to show signs of growth for the foreseeable future.

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SinglePoint, Inc. (SING) Banking on Greener Pastures

March 2, 2017

SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) has a considerable stake in the state of the legal cannabis industry. Among other things, SinglePoint is a holding company for SingleSeed, a company that provides payment services, solutions, and support for the cannabis industry. Working in tandem, SinglePoint and SingleSeed share resources and offer non-cash payment solutions, such as: Pay by Text solutions that allow customers to pay for products using their mobile phones; point of sale terminals that provide customers the convenience of using debit/credit cards right at checkout; text mobile marketing solutions; and text message marketing.

SingleSeed exists to inform and educate shopkeepers and customers on vital issues in the retail and medicinal cannabis markets while also helping to legitimize the industry. The company strives to stay ahead of industry changes and continuously innovates and improves its tools and technologies, in large part, so it can help cannabis shopkeepers become better business owners.

Up until a couple of years ago, SinglePoint primarily provided mobile solutions for small to mid-size businesses, nonprofits and religious organizations. Among other things, the corporation offered mobile payment, marketing and technology solutions for these industries, and it enabled its clients to conduct business transactions, accept donations, and engage in targeted communications through mobile devices.

Then, two years ago, SinglePoint identified a vast business opportunity in the provision of credit card payment processing to merchants engaging in the cannabis industry and installed cashless ATMs at some 200 medical and recreational dispensaries spread throughout Colorado and Washington State. So far, bureaucracy at the federal government level has kept this business on hold, yet the company’s network of clients is expected to prove invaluable if and when regulators open up the market by giving the company an ‘in’ to payment processing for cannabis clients.

Fast-forward to today, the company maintains its cashless ATM terminals as a way for clients to get a cash advance to finance cannabis purchases. It is also using www.SingleSeed.com to compile a list of interested clients, and it has a connect-by-text marketing platform that enables cannabis businesses to communicate directly with customers in a way that adheres with strict cannabis-related marketing regulations.

The reality of a marijuana industry served by the commercial banking industry is one that SinglePoint and SingleSeed are both chasing. SinglePoint, through SingleSeed Payments, already offers payment processing solutions, mobile marketing services and more for the cannabis industry. It also has plans to acquire and invest in other companies operating within this space. As such, the establishment of a truly “bankable” marijuana industry would have far-reaching, profitable implications for both of these companies.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Greg Lambrecht Discusses Acquisition Targets on Money TV with Donald Baillargeon

February 21, 2017

On a recent episode of Money TV with Donald Baillargeon (http://dtn.fm/6Fu9t), an internationally syndicated television program focusing on financial and economic issues, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) chief executive officer, founder, and President Greg Lambrecht discussed his company’s exponential growth and its immediate acquisition plans as the driving force behind the recent increase in stock volume and price. Lambrecht and Baillargeon started the interview by noting how appropriate the company’s ticker symbol is, given that the company has indeed been “singing” lately on the stock market. Singlepoint has been one of the highest volume OTC companies for the last two weeks, Lambrecht said.

The Singlepoint CEO underlined that his company’s main strategy is based on strategic acquisitions that can help it expand its portfolio and get its revenues up. A leading provider of mobile technology, mobile marketing and mobile payment services, Singlepoint already has acquisitions in several verticals, including fantasy sports, mobile payment and auction software, digital advertising and more. Its most recent focus, however, has been the ever-growing cannabis industry. In the wake of last year’s election that made medical and/or recreational marijuana use legal in eight more states, bringing the total number of states that allow the substance to 28, Singlepoint reactivated its SingleSeed Payments subsidiary – a merchant payment processing company aiming to serve legal marijuana businesses. The company also announced plans to expand its reach on the market through new acquisitions.

“We put up an LOI a couple of weeks ago, and you’re going to hear about that soon,” Lambrecht said during the interview. “We also have two other LOIs out there so we are really focusing on acquisitions, and Singlepoint is going to be presenting some very big and very good news on those acquisitions in the near future.”

The Singlepoint CEO did not go into more detail about what acquisitions his company is planning, but he did speak more extensively about the main criteria for these acquisitions. “One of the main criteria right now is that they are in the cannabis business and particularly that they’re in the cannabis business but they don’t actually touch the cannabis – just like us, a merchant processor in the dispensaries,” he explained. One of the companies that meets this criterion and that Singlepoint is already targeting for acquisition is Convectium, which manufactures a unique and innovative oil filling machine able to fill cartridges and disposable vape pens for dispensaries or wholesale distribution. Besides Convectium, Singlepoint is also discussing acquisition with a company that is on the software side of the cannabis industry, Lambrecht said.

In addition to this criterion, another major factor that can decide an acquisition is, naturally, the target company’s financials. “The other companies that we’re looking at have really strong EBITDA and strong revenue numbers,” the Singlepoint CEO said.

Lambrecht also discussed his company’s joint ventures, including venture plans with a couple of mobile pay companies that are expected to be revealed soon and could bring considerable revenue to Singlepoint. The company’s massive success on the market in terms of stock price and volume has also drawn the interest of institutional investors. “We’re getting a lot of attention from Wall Street and other that, even though we’re a Pink and right now we’re offering rule 144, that doesn’t seem to bother them. With our volume and stock price, we have a lot of interested parties that want to invest in Singlepoint and I get why: they know that through the next year, with our acquisitions and joint ventures that we have planned, hopefully the stock in 12 months (…) is going to be the same volume and certainly higher price,” Lambrecht explained.

Furthermore, he said that all the money raised from these investments is going directly toward acquiring companies. “That’s where it should go and that’s where it’s going and this is just going to make the company stronger and have a higher market cap.”

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Helping Cannabis Businesses Accept Transactions in a Secure and Legal Way

February 14, 2017

Despite a total of 28 states having now legalized marijuana in some form, the U.S Drug Enforcement Administration still classifies cannabis as a Schedule 1 substance, alongside heroin and LSD. With this mind, it has been hard for the banking industry to support legal marijuana businesses.

Because such businesses have fewer options in opening bank accounts with national banks, they are pressured to accept cash payments, making them vulnerable to all of the issues associated with operating a cash business. Cash transactions make cannabis businesses prime targets for theft and break-ins, not to mention the gap left open for certain business owners to commit tax fraud.

According to a new report published by Arcview Market Research, people in North America spent just under $7 billion on legal marijuana products in 2016, over 30% more than the previous year. The report continues to explain that the cannabis industry is one of the fastest growing in the world and that sales are expected to increase to over $21 billion by 2021.

In spite of the growth, many still believe there are too many potential problems that could be solved by opening new doors to banking services. A letter to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) (http://dtn.fm/1apB1) states, “The fledgling legal market for marijuana is around $7 billion, a figure that’s dwarfed by the overall $50 billion US market, most of which remains illegal. This business environment is an invitation to tax fraud, robberies, money laundering, and organized crime.”

However, there are companies such as SingleSeed Payments, a subsidiary of Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), that are filling the gap for this increasing demand. SingleSeed is a leading payment solution provider to the cannabis industry, offering non-cash payment solutions to its customers, making their businesses safer and more efficient while discouraging illegitimate transactions.

The company offers three main services: Cashless ATM, Pay by Text, and Text Message Marketing. Cashless ATM and Pay by Text allow customers to pay for their products without the need for physical money, while Text Message Marketing enables cannabis businesses to communicate with customers, increase loyalty, and drive sales through simple text messages.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Hopeful that New Administration Will Make Good on Medical Marijuana Support Promise

January 19, 2017

The recent nomination of U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) as attorney general has the marijuana industry worried, as Sessions is a vocal opponent of marijuana and has talked about enforcing federal laws to crack down on the marijuana market, even in states where the substance is legal. The Republican Senator has repeatedly spoken out against marijuana and has been a staunch opponent of it for decades. At a Senate hearing last year, he was even quoted as saying, “Good people don’t smoke marijuana.”

There are fears that, if Sessions takes office, he will come down hard on the business by enforcing federal laws that still qualify marijuana as an illegal Schedule I drug, despite the fact that a total of 28 states currently allow medical marijuana use and eight of them also permit recreational adult use. It remains to be seen if Sessions will be given a green-light to pursue his anti-marijuana agenda or if President-elect Donald Trump, who is generally in favor of maintaining states’ rights and has spoken in favor of the marijuana industry before, will be able to convince the new Attorney General to his way of thinking.

Many in the industry are pinning their hopes on Trump, expecting the new administration to make good on its promise that it would respect states’ rights. Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a leading provider of mobile technology and payment solutions serving various industries, including the marijuana industry via subsidiary SingleSeed, is hoping the Trump administration will support the legal cannabis industry, as the president-elect has vowed to do during his campaign for office. Presidential backing would come at a crucial moment for the industry, among a congressional push for banking reform to allow legal marijuana businesses and related businesses access to financial services.

The proposal was made by a group of 10 prominent lawmakers, in an open letter to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, asking the institution to issue clear guidance on this situation that would make it easier for the industry to access banking services. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network’s latest guidelines on the matter were issues in 2014, and, since then, less than three percent of the almost 12,000 federally-regulated credit unions and banks have offered their services to the marijuana industry. In the absence of federal banking support, it is up to private companies such as SingleSeed to provide financial services and payment processing options to the market. This means, however, that the industry is currently forced to largely work with cash only, which leads to an increased safety risk to the businesses and their customers, the letter notes. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network said it would review the letter but made no other comments on the issue.

Industry vendors and service providers such as SingleSeed are optimistic about the initiative, as well as the president-elect’s support, given the significant revenue that marijuana could bring to states’ budgets by being properly regulated and taxed. In many states where the substance is legal, a great portion of tax revenue is used to finance schools and substance addition programs. If the new administration does decide to crack down on the regulated marijuana industry, this will take away millions of dollars from such programs; shut down hundreds of small businesses ranging from cultivators and processors to manufacturers, testers and vendors; and will, ultimately, destroy tens of thousands of jobs, industry supporters say.

One of the first merchant service providers in the marijuana industry, Singlepoint’s subsidiary SingleSeed recently awoke from a quiet period, prompted by the unprecedented growth of the industry. The company’s main goal is to help legitimize the industry by assisting retail or medical cannabis providers grow their businesses safely and securely via state-of-the-art non-cash payment solutions and mobile marketing tools.

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Mounting Support for Marijuana Banking Has Widespread Implications

January 18, 2017

Although 28 states have already legalized marijuana for medicinal or recreational use, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) continues to label marijuana a Schedule 1 substance, along with heroin and LSD, making it illegal on a federal level. As a result, the banking industry has been slow to provide services to marijuana businesses, forcing many of these companies to operate on a cash-only basis. A “bankable” marijuana industry, however, would have widespread implications, including for companies like Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), Terra Tech Corp. (OTCQX: TRTC), OWC Pharmaceutical Research Corp. (OTCQB: OWCP), ChineseInvestors.com, Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX).

Cash transaction businesses are a tempting target for thieves, and the lack of oversight at times leads to lost tax revenue. It’s a situation that Senator Elizabeth Warren, a member of the Senate Banking Committee, is anxious to change. As the Associated Press initially reported, Warren and nine other senators have called upon the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network to issue new and stronger guidance allowing banks to provide services to marijuana shop vendors. The moves are a significant encouragement to payment processors supporting the cannabis industry, as well as other industry players.

One of the supporters is Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a mobile technology and payments provider, which, through its “SingleSeed” Payments subsidiary, provides payment solutions for the cannabis industry. Its mobile marketing and payment solutions include cashless ATM, Pay-by-Text™ and text message marketing. The company is strongly encouraged by the efforts of Senator Warren and others on Capitol Hill, and the significant positive changes they could bring.

Another company that stands to gain with this new market opportunity is ChineseInvestors.com, Inc. (CIIX). ChineseInvestors.com, a company that provides investor information to the global Chinese community, and also offers a unique link to this community for growing businesses. The company recently announced plans to launch the “world’s first Cannabidiol (CBD) health products online store in the Chinese language,” through an agreement with a “well-known” CBD health brand.

Other cannabis-related companies in line to benefit from mounting support of a bankable marijuana industry include Terra Tech Corp. (TRTC). Through its subsidiaries, Terra Tech provides a range of hydroponic equipment for indoor cultivation of cannabis products. In addition, the company sells hydroponic cannabis produce and associated products. Another is OWC Pharmaceutical Research Corp. (OWCP), an Israeli company that develops cannabis products for the treatment of diseases, also offering consulting services in the industry.

Previous guidance efforts by the U.S. Department of the Treasury gave banks only limited permission to work with legal marijuana businesses. Along with the DEA’s Schedule 1 listing, it has created a significant gap between state and federal treatment of marijuana. Even though the number of financial institutions willing to provide services to marijuana businesses has grown significantly in recent years, only a small percentage currently serve the industry. It’s still an area dominated by small state-chartered banks and credit unions.

Supporters however see an inevitable day, through efforts such as those now being led by Senator Warren, when large national banks like Wells Fargo offer comprehensive services to the cannabis industry, further spurring already rapid industry growth.

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Senate Banking Committee Could Pave the Way to a Bankable Marijuana Industry

January 11, 2017

Last month, a letter signed by 10 U.S. senators arrived on the desk of Jamal El-Hindi, the acting director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), requesting guidance on how banking services might be offered to “indirect businesses” – such as SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), Medical Marijuana, Inc. (OTC: MJNA) and Cannabis Science, Inc. (OTC: CBIS) – that serve the state-sanctioned marijuana industry. The implications of such guidance also carry considerable potential for banking players ranging from small financial institutions to bellwether banks like Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) and Citigroup (NYSE: C).

The letter came at the prompting of U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, a member of the Senate Banking Committee that oversees federal monetary policy, banking regulation and issues affecting the U.S. currency. It’s a widely applauded push, and SinglePoint, Inc., for one, is banking on this initiative to clear the way for payment processing providers, such as its SingleSeed Payments subsidiary, to offer an array of payment and transaction services to marijuana shops and dispensaries.

According to a recent report in the Houston Chronicle (http://dtn.fm/XaD7j), this action is part of a wider effort by many policymakers to regularize the patchwork legal nature of the $7 billion marijuana industry, marked by a lack of banking options that forces marijuana businesses “to rely solely on cash, making them tempting targets for criminals.”

Although 28 states and the District of Columbia have now legalized either adult recreational or medical use of marijuana, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) still classifies it as a Schedule I substance “with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.” Yet, there is growing evidence in the medical profession and the general population that marijuana has beneficent therapeutic properties.

Companies like Cannabis Science, Inc. have set out to develop novel cannabinoid-based therapies for unmet medical needs, while others like Medical Marijuana, Inc.  – the first publicly traded cannabis company – focuses on a variety of cannabinoid-based applications for consumer and medical markets.

In a collection of 60 peer-reviewed studies on medical marijuana (http://dtn.fm/yknX8) examining the employment of marijuana in the treatment of a long list of ailments – including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cancer and HIV/AIDS – 41 (68.3%) demonstrated positive results. Another 14 (23.3%) were inconclusive, and five (8.3%) of the trials reported negative outcomes.

Senator Warren has argued that loosening the restrictions that force marijuana businesses to transact in cash payments has a number of advantages.

“You make sure that people are really paying their taxes. You know that the money is not being diverted to some kind of criminal enterprise. And it’s just a plain old safety issue. You don’t want people walking in with guns and masks and saying, ‘Give me all your cash.’”

There is some hope that the barriers preventing payment services providers like SingleSeed from doing business with marijuana establishments will be removed. FinCEN previously lent a sympathetic ear to similar pleas. In February 2014, the bureau offered guidance on how financial institutions could provide services to marijuana-related businesses consistent with their Bank Secrecy Act obligations.

That earlier guidance appears to have been tailored to businesses that dealt directly in marijuana like pot shops and marijuana dispensaries. It did not address the plight of the indirect businesses that service the marijuana industry, leaving it up to individual financial institutions to determine how to classify and treat indirect businesses.

Tossing the buck to financial institutions has had paltry success: “the number of banks and credit unions willing to handle pot money rose from 51 in 2014 to 301 in 2016,” a figure that appears encouraging until placed in a wider context. There are 11,954 federally regulated banks and credit unions. In general, it’s still an area dominated by small state-chartered banks and credit unions. Supporters of a bankable marijuana industry, however, see an inevitable day when large banks like Bank of America and Citigroup will offer full banking services to the cannabis industry.

When that day comes, financial technology (fintech) companies will have the chance to capitalize on a monstrous opportunity. SinglePoint’s SingleSeed Payments subsidiary, for example, is already primed to offer ATM, Pay-by-Text™ and text message marketing to the cannabis industry. As it stands, progressive fintechs are in a similar quandary to their federally regulated counterparts and look forward to further guidance from FinCEN.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Discusses Elizabeth Warren’s Cannabis Banking Proposal on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon

January 6, 2017

Before the opening bell, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) was announced as a featured company on this week’s episode of MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is an internationally syndicated television program about “money and what makes it happen.” The show includes informative interviews with company CEOs, offering prospective investors insight into their operations and outlooks for the future.

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In the interview, Greg Lambrecht, chief executive officer of Singlepoint, discussed the impact of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s ongoing push to grant the legalized cannabis industry access to banks and credit unions. Warren, in concert with nine other U.S. senators from states around the country, recently penned a letter to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) calling for improved guidelines that enable legal marijuana businesses to access banking services. Notably, since the release of FinCEN’s most recent guidelines in 2014, less than three percent of the nearly 12,000 federally regulated banks and credit unions have decided to serve the cannabis industry.

“I’m actually surprised,” Lambrecht noted in the MoneyTV interview. “I knew that eventually they’d have to open up the banks, because with California and Florida opening up it’s going to create 20,000-30,000, if not more, dispensaries. I think it’s going to happen a lot sooner than even I thought. I’m very excited, and I think it’s a great opportunity for Singlepoint and its shareholders and investors right now.”

For Singlepoint, the growing movement to give marijuana businesses access to banking services could present a huge opportunity. Since awakening its SingleSeed subsidiary in late 2016, the company has remained focused on capitalizing on its first-mover advantage in the cannabis space. Lambrecht gave some additional insight into this advantage in the MoneyTV interview.

“Two years ago, we were placing terminals and doing merchant processing for dispensaries and unfortunately the banks closed it down, so we’ve been waiting for this day,” he added. “Singlepoint is really in a great position to take advantage of it.”

Following last year’s vote, a total of 28 states have now legalized marijuana in some form, giving the budding industry more momentum than ever before. As the market continues to advance and mature, industry analysts suggest that a period of unparalleled growth could be on the horizon. Lambrecht alluded to these forecasts to conclude the interview.

“With Oregon, Washington and Colorado, the cannabis business was roughly somewhere around $5 billion. With Florida, Massachusetts and California, I’ve seen a lot of estimates of it growing to $50 billion, and some estimate saying $100 billion,” he stated. “We’re going to be the merchant processor on that money, so this is a very exciting time for Singlepoint.”

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Singles Out Three More Reasons for Marijuana Mills to have Bank Accounts

January 4, 2017

Although eight states and the District of Columbia will now allow adult recreational use of marijuana and another 20 states will permit marijuana to be used for medical purposes, the industry is still being stymied in its efforts to access banking services. Since cannabis remains a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, a classification that also applies to heroin, LSD and ecstasy, financial institutions fear that dealing with marijuana establishments will expose them to highly punitive measures. Facilitating monetary transactions in marijuana, if determined to be money laundering, could be fined at twice the amount laundered and accompanied by a 20-year prison sentence.

In light of this unsatisfactory state of affairs, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) welcomed the recent request (http://dtn.fm/TOZ4o) to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FINCEN), by 10 senators, for further guidance ‘to financial institutions on their ability to provide services, specifically to indirect businesses that do nothing more than provide services to the state-sanctioned marijuana industry’. The letter set out three reasons why it makes sense for marijuana shops to have bank accounts: it makes the collection of state and federal taxes easier; it makes it more difficult for criminal elements to be involved in the industry, and less cash means less likelihood of armed robberies.

The senators’ letter contained a litany of woes assailing the industry, pointing out that the guidance issued by FINCEN in 2014 applied only to ‘state-legalized marijuana businesses and the financial services industry’. It did not address the plight of ‘the indirect businesses that service the marijuana industry, leaving it up to individual financial institutions to determine how to classify and treat indirect businesses’. As a result, ‘less than 3% of the nation’s 11,954 federally regulated banks and credit unions have chosen to serve the cannabis industry’.

As far as tax revenues are concerned, there’s a lot at stake. Before Colorado legalized the adult use of marijuana, state authorities projected tax revenues of $70 million per year. Actual revenues have far exceeded that. In 2015, $113 million in retail marijuana tax revenues were collected on sales of $568 million. Marijuana tax revenues were, actually, twice those of alcohol taxes in 2015. In 2016, they may end up being four times as much.

The story is much the same in Washington State. Statewide sales of marijuana for adult and medicinal use were running at a rate of $2 million daily, or about $730 million per annum, in April 2016. If that rate has kept up, tax revenues from marijuana will be in the vicinity of $270 million for 2016.

The legal market for marijuana is now estimated at about $7 billion, while the black market is thought to be around $50 billion. Tax rates vary from state to state, but even a modest 20% rate on such a huge market will provide a substantial boost to state budgets.

Through its SingleSeed subsidiary, Singlepoint, Inc. is prepared to offer payment solutions for the cannabis industry. Its mobile marketing and payment solutions include cashless ATM, Pay-by-Text™ and text message marketing.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Kicks Off 2017 by Voicing Support for Congressional Push Calling for Banking Reform in the Cannabis Industry

January 3, 2017

Before the opening bell, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) kicked off the new year by voicing its support for an ongoing congressional push calling for banking reform as it relates to the burgeoning legal cannabis industry. In mid-December, a group of 10 U.S. senators (http://dtn.fm/B8Dsa) from states across the country, including Alaska, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Vermont and Washington, issued a letter to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) calling for changes that could facilitate comprehensive banking services for cannabis industry companies doing business in the 28 states that have already legalized marijuana in some form. In addition to eliminating many of the unnecessary security risks that come with operating all-cash businesses, the senators note that banking reform in the cannabis industry will also benefit the federal government.

“The fledgling legal market for marijuana is around $7 billion, a figure that’s dwarfed by the overall billion US market, most of which remains illegal. This business environment is an invitation to tax fraud, robberies, money laundering, and organized crime … With tens of millions of Americans soon gaining legal access to marijuana under state laws, new guidance is necessary in order to allow banks to enhance the availability of financial services for indirect businesses that service the marijuana industry. This will not only bolster the safety of our communities, but it will also help to spur economic growth across the country,” the letter reads.

For Singlepoint, these sustained calls for banking reform in the cannabis industry serve as validation of the company’s recent strategic moves. During the fourth quarter of 2016, Singlepoint announced plans to awaken its SingleSeed subsidiary in order to capitalize on the evolving legislative environment surrounding the U.S. cannabis market. Upon its original launch following the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Colorado, SingleSeed established a client base and positioned itself as one of the first merchant service providers in the space.

In recent months, the company has looked to capitalize on this ‘first-mover’ position while expanding its presence in the evolving cannabis market. In a December interview on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon, Singlepoint CEO Greg Lambrecht noted that the company is in the process of updating the SingleSeed website in order to better serve dispensaries following anticipated regulatory changes. In the meantime, the company is also making its text message marketing solution available to cannabis industry businesses in order to help them stay connected with clients while remaining up-to-date on SingleSeed’s continued efforts to facilitate non-cash payment solutions in the space.

“We are witnessing exciting, groundbreaking advances in the marijuana industry, and are encouraged to see congressional-level support for banking measures that would further revolutionize the way cannabis companies do business,” Lambrecht added in this morning’s update. “The regulatory environment is rapidly changing and SingleSeed is gearing up to provide dispensaries with payment processing solutions specifically tailored to their needs.”

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Comments on Company’s Above-Average Volume in Interview on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon

December 16, 2016

Before the opening bell, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) was announced as a featured company on this week’s episode of MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is an internationally syndicated television program about “money and what makes it happen.” The show includes informative interviews with company CEOs, offering prospective investors insight into their operations and outlooks for the future.

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In the interview, Greg Lambrecht, chief executive officer of Singlepoint, commented on the recent movement of the company’s stock, which has recorded above-average volume throughout much of the past two months. On November 4, in particular, Singlepoint’s volume climbed to 22.6 million. For comparison, the company’s average 30-day volume prior to this spike was roughly 4.35 million, according to OTC Markets. Singlepoint’s price per share recorded a similar spike in mid-November.

“We’ve had enormous response from funders, not only in New York but across the country, that are interested in investing in Singlepoint and also interested in helping us with some of our acquisitions,” Lambrecht stated in reference to the company’s recent volume. “We are in the process of looking at a couple of different funding deals and a couple of different acquisitions. It’s a very exciting time right now.”

One driver behind rising investor interest surrounding Singlepoint could be its ongoing forays into the legalized cannabis industry. In early November, the company announced plans to reawaken its SingleSeed subsidiary in order to gain access to the domestic cannabis market, which is projected to climb to $50 billion by 2026, according to data from financial services firm Cowen and Co. In line with these efforts, Singlepoint has recently turned its attention toward broadening its presence in the nation’s cannabis markets ahead of an expected resolution to the industry’s long-standing banking problem.

“One of the things we’re doing, we’re spending some money on really making our SingleSeed website live. That’s SingleSeed.com, and it is specifically set up for dispensaries,” Lambrecht told host Donald Baillargeon. “We’re turning that on to allow people to go in and sign one of our agreements and start to get our text message marketing, which is legal now, and sign up to get a terminal when it’s opened up.”

Lambrecht concluded the MoneyTV interview by taking a look at the current regulatory environment surrounding the cannabis industry. With President-elect Donald Trump having previously suggested plans to leave the regulation of recreational marijuana in the hands of individual states, Lambrecht predicts that it’s only a matter of time before a decision is made to give legal cannabis operations access to financial institutions and electronic payment solutions.

“A congressman from California has already written the Trump administration asking for a meeting,” Lambrecht concluded. “Basically, he’s saying, ‘Hey, California is opened up. These dispensaries need to have a bank account.’ So that, with Florida and Massachusetts, I think the pendulum has swung to where they’re going to let these dispensaries have bank accounts. When that happens, that’s going to be very exciting for Singlepoint.”

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Maintaining a Positive Outlook on the Future of Marijuana Sales Processing

December 14, 2016

Despite California still looking to Trump to address marijuana industry banking challenges, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is maintaining a positive outlook on the future of marijuana sales processing in the state. An article by Above the Law (http://dtn.fm/p18Am) suggests that California may be able to secure bank accounts relating to cannabis businesses as long as the FinCEN cannabis banking guidelines from 2014 hold up and certain enterprising financial institutions become more willing to experiment.

As a result of the passing of Proposition 64, many are confident that some of California’s financial institutions will be taking advantage of FinCEN’s 2014 guidelines by opening accounts for cannabis-related businesses. Despite there being worries of potential U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, or newly-elected President, Donald Trump, ordering the nullification of the Cole Memo, Trump has often stated that he believes these matters should be left to individual states to decide upon, a point brought forward during a recent interview with Singlepoint CEO Greg Lambrecht (http://dtn.fm/6rejK).

Singlepoint is a holding company for a number of companies, including SingleSeed, an organization focused on providing efficient payment processing services to cannabis dispensaries in the U.S. The company started offering these services several years ago and intends to leverage its position as a ‘first mover’ in the marketplace after this year’s multi-state legalization of recreational marijuana.

During his interview on MoneyTV, Lambrecht shared the fact that the company has recently acquired the attention of a number of dispensaries interested in its services. According to the CEO, the company is redesigning the SingleSeed website in anticipation of the verdict on whether or not it will be able to aid cannabis businesses with their payment solutions moving forward. The company’s website revamp is expected to allow dispensaries to sign up in order for them to use a legal text message marketing program which will enable them to better communicate with their audiences.

This move will allow SingleSeed to start planning for the future, giving clients a head start and making the company a serious ‘first mover’ compared to competitors in the space. Although nothing is set in stone as to whether or not new laws will be put in place regarding the payment processing around the cannabis industry, Lambrecht stated that he believes decisions will be made as early as the first quarter of the coming year.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Standing by as California Looks to Trump to Address Marijuana Industry Banking Woes

December 8, 2016

Now that residents of the Golden State have approved Proposition 64, California joins the District of Columbia and the states of Alaska, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington in legalizing the recreational use of marijuana for adults. Together, these eight states and the U.S. capital generate about one-quarter of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP). If they were one nation-state, that entity would rank as the world’s third largest economy.

Based in one of those states, Nevada, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) is poised to profit from these promising presentiments. It recently revived its SingleSeed subsidiary, which several years ago began offering payment-processing services to dispensaries in Colorado and Washington State. The company intends on leveraging these footholds to be a “first mover” in the market.

These nine jurisdictions may have enough economic clout to make the Feds allow banks to open accounts for marijuana businesses, and California is already testing that proposition. A report in the LA Times (http://dtn.fm/lSB6a) last Friday revealed that California State Treasurer John Chiang had ‘appointed a working group to figure out how to address problems caused by the unwillingness of federally regulated banks to handle money from pot businesses’. Mr. Chiang also wrote the President-elect, Donald Trump, seeking guidance on the issue.

The root of the problem is that, by federal law, cannabis remains a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. Accordingly, “even transporting or transmitting funds known to have been derived from the distribution of marijuana is illegal”, said the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in a recent court case. The suit in that case, brought to compel the Fed to approve a ‘master account’ for the first credit union for marijuana in Colorado, was dismissed by the court. The judge said that unlike federal prosecutors, who might not enforce the law if financial institutions observed certain guidelines for dealing with the marijuana industry, a court could not ‘look the other way’.

The guidelines referred to were issued in February 2014 by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the U.S. Treasury Department. They offered financial institutions clarification on how they could provide services to marijuana-related businesses consistent with their Bank Secrecy Act obligations and were designed to ensure that marijuana was kept out of the hands of minors, that marijuana businesses were not operated by or associated with criminal enterprises, and that the industry did not exacerbate gun violence nor adversely affect public health.

Since these guidelines were published, a number of community banks and credit unions have sought to offer services to marijuana outfits, but the larger national banks have kept their distance. The lawsuit referred to above was filed by Colorado chartered Fourth Corner Credit Union in Denver after the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City turned down its application for a ‘master account’, an account a financial institution holds at one of the reserve banks.

Cases like this one show the barriers standing in the way of legitimate marijuana establishments. As Treasurer Chiang’s letter to the President-elect points out:

“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.”

Of course, it is Congress that will have the final say. It seems impossible for this impasse to be resolved unless cannabis is de-scheduled. For marijuana shops, for banks and for Singlepoint, Inc., the day that happens will be a bank holiday.

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

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