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iGambit, Inc. (IGMB) Set to Benefit from Projected $7.55 Billion Enterprise Information Archiving Market

October 12, 2016

The enterprise information archiving market has garnered investor attention in recent times with a predicted growth from $4.31 billion in 2015 to $7.55 billion in 2020 and a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.8%, according to the report “Enterprise Information Archiving Market by Content Type (Email, Social Media, and Others), Service, Deployment Type, End User, Industry Application (BFSI, Life Science and Healthcare, and Others), and Region – Global Forecast and Analysis to 2020” (

Because of the U.S. government standards and regulations, North America is at the forefront of the adoption and implementation of enterprise information archiving applications. Other factors influencing the rapid growth of this market include the need for affordable storage solutions for data not in use, the ongoing need to keep data due to laws and corporate governance requirements, and the need for high performance business processes.

Cloud deployed archiving is becoming increasingly popular, as not only a flexible way of storing data in order to avoid losing important information, but as a system that is being adopted worldwide in order to enable automatic software updates. In addition, it allows for increased collaboration and is more affordable than other forms of storage. Cloud-based applications also improve scalability and use less manpower, freeing up team members to focus on other projects.

Thanks to its acquisition of ArcMail, iGambit, Inc. (OTCQB: IGMB) is now able to benefit from this fast growing industry. Acquired by IGMB in 2015, ArcMail is a leading provider of enterprise information and email archiving solutions for businesses of all sizes across a range of industries. ArcMail allows its clients to meet and stay up-to-date with state compliance and regulations according to the needs of each individual industry.

Since its acquisition by iGambit, Inc., ArcMail has been selected as one of the most innovative companies to watch in 2016 and was named one of CIOReview’s “20 Most Promising Enterprise Security Companies” of 2016. Every ArcMail client’s information is stored using a compliant and secure solution that can be measured, is dependable, and is easy to get started with and maintain.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Better Serving Clients with Web-Based Real Estate Marketing and CRM Software

October 11, 2016

With the real estate industry on the rise, it is no surprise that agencies are looking for innovative ways to grow their business. In order to better serve clients, companies have to create and maintain a competitive edge. To achieve this, client/customer relationship management (CRM) has become increasingly important and now plays a significant role for real estate operations around the world.

CRM is a strategy used to manage a company’s interactions and relationships with its customers. Real estate CRM can be used to service all clients, including prospects, vendors, buyers, and virtually any other stakeholder. It is important since it allows companies to reach out to a variety of groups via a range of marketing mediums. CRM offers listing management tools, advertising, and professional services to buyers, helping agents to better hold clients for life.

eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI), a rapidly growing Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage, understands the value of advanced CRM and has entered into a strategic relationship with Commissions, Inc. (CINC), a leading provider of web-based real estate marketing and CRM software for agents and teams across North America.

This new system will be put in place in early 2017 and will enable EXPI agents and brokers to create and have real time views of sales funnels, create reminders and pop-ups, maintain customer records and transactions, and much more. EXPI will be the only large brokerage firm where all agents will be granted access to CINC tools and resources without having to pay any additional fees.

Each EXPI agent will be given his or her own consumer website encompassing local MLS data with a CRM platform giving agents the chance to manage their relationships with clients from the start to the end of a sale. Agents will also be introduced to three mobile apps: CINC Agent App,, and Open Houses by CINC.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Teams with Paulee Cleantec to Drive Innovation in Pet Waste Management

October 10, 2016

Earlier today, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) announced a partnership with Paulee Cleantec Ltd., an international leader in the development of eco-friendly solutions for the management of human and animal waste. Together, the two companies intend to leverage their extensive intellectual property portfolios to address the rising environmental impact associated with pet waste. According to Dr. Steven Tsengas, chairman and chief executive officer of OPCO, the companies will look toward Paulee Cleantec’s existing proof-of-concept waste management technology, which uses “an exothermic oxidation process to convert animal feces into an odor-free ash fertilizer in less than a minute,” as a starting point in their efforts to “commercialize an initial, portable dog waste product,” along with other future applications.

“We are very pleased to partner with OurPet’s and realize the potential of our technology,” Dr. Oded Halperin, founder and chairman of Paulee Cleantec, added in this morning’s news release. “We look forward to applying our expertise to the partnership, as OurPet’s has the innovative technology, the marketing/sales channels and most of all the strong entrepreneurial drive to bring our mission to success.”

With pet ownership figures being on the rise in recent years, the importance of managing pet waste has become increasingly evident. Municipalities across the country have imposed stiff fines designed to ensure that pet owners properly clean up after their pets, and for good reason. Industry studies have linked pet waste to a number of environmental issues, including contamination of underground water levels, lakes and streams. In total, it’s estimated that as much as 30 percent of the bacteria found in typical water samples and up to 50 percent of the bacteria in the air can be linked to dog waste alone.

These statistics highlight the market potential of an innovative solution to the growing issue of pet waste. According to the American Pet Products Association (, about 65 percent of U.S. households, some 79.7 million homes, currently own a pet. This figure is up from just 56 percent in 1988, when the survey was first conducted. All told, companion dogs in the U.S. produce roughly 10 million tons of waste annually, and the cat population results in approximately two million tons of litter sent to landfills each year.

OPCO’s partnership with Paulee Cleantec is just one channel through which the company is currently addressing this environmental concern. OurPet’s has over 170 patents issued or pending, many of which relate directly to pet waste management. The company’s current product offerings in the space include its Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter with BioChar (; manual and semiautomatic cat litter boxes; and the innovative SmartScoop® – Intelligent Litter Box (, which uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies to help pet owners better manage the waste activity of their furry friends while simultaneously monitoring pets’ elimination behaviors.

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Net Element, Inc. (NETE) Subsidiary Enters Agreement with Kazakhstan’s Market Leader in Courier Services

Before the opening bell, Net Element, Inc. (NASDAQ: NETE), through wholly-owned subsidiary PayOnline, announced the execution of an agreement with ExLine, a leader in the courier services market of Kazakhstan, that will enable online payment acceptance for more than 50,000 of ExLine’s customers. Moving forward, ExLine customers will have access to a customized payment solution powered by PayOnline that includes around-the-clock customer support and compatibility for a range of currencies, including Kazakhstani tenge, Russian rubles, U.S. dollars and euros. In an effort to expedite the process of online payment acceptance, PayOnline’s customized solution also generates an invoice number that can be viewed and recorded directly on the secure payment page.

“For us, the implementation of payment acceptance on the company website is a significant step forward,” Gabit Abaildaev, chief financial officer of ExLine, stated in this morning’s news release. “Despite the fact that PayOnline only recently entered the e-commerce market in Kazakhstan, we have no doubt that our relationship with them will be mutually beneficial.”

The ExLine announcement comes just over a month after news of the opening of PayOnline’s new local office in Kazakhstan. As the largest country in the Central Asian region, Kazakhstan represents a tremendous opportunity for Net Element as the country’s electronic commerce market matures. In 2015, the volume of electronic commerce transactions processed in Kazakhstan exceeded $11 billion, and it is expected to grow exponentially in 2016 and the coming years. Currently, electronic commerce only accounts for about one percent of total commerce in the landlocked country, representing a sizable opportunity for future growth in the region.

“The electronic commerce market of Kazakhstan today reminds me of the Russian e-commerce market in the mid-2000’s, when PayOnline began its work in Russia,” Marat Abasaliev, chief executive officer of PayOnline, stated in a news release. “We are pleased that we are able to use the experience we gained in the Russian and other markets to capture a significant share in this emerging market.”

Net Element’s rapid international expansion has resulted in a notable increase in transaction processing volume. Last month, the company announced its transaction processing volumes for the first seven months of 2016. Transactions processed during the period totaled 99 million, which marked a year-over-year increase of 32 percent. Discounting the effects of foreign currency exchange, total dollars processed during the first seven months of 2016 were up 77 percent from the previous year to $1.03 billion. This growth included an 89 percent increase in total transaction dollars processed in emerging markets alongside a 66 percent rise in the same category for North American markets.

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Net Element, Inc. (NETE) Transforming Points of Sale into Points of Impact

October 7, 2016

One of the fastest-growing technology companies in Florida, Net Element (NASDAQ: NETE), is providing restaurants with the flexibility they need to keep up with their foodie clients. By anticipating the twists and turns of the restaurant sector, the company is able to develop and deliver innovative, comprehensive, secure, and scalable solutions that push growth for these businesses, solutions that allow restaurateurs to streamline their operations.

Net Element’s operational focus is on mobile payments and transactional services, value-added offerings that have aided the company’s rapid growth in the United States as well as overseas in a number of emerging countries. By recognizing that each market and industry has its own challenges, Net Element has been able to create customized solutions for the restaurant industry, solutions based on market-specific expertise.

A new generation of customer-engaged point-of-sale systems is Net Element’s key offering to restaurants. The company has built smarter, mobile point-of-sale systems (like Aptito and Restoactive) to bring these establishments into the digital age.


Aptito is Net Element’s next-generation, iOS cloud-based point-of-sale payments system, the type of comprehensive, digital restaurant management and payment acceptance solution to bring the food and beverage industry into the new age.

With Aptito, restaurateurs can engage with their customers, manage their restaurants remotely, and increase their profitability. Aptito’s visual point-of-sale system delivers a host of features food and beverage businesses can use to streamline their operations. Its mobile ordering allows customers to order directly from their mobile devices, and its digital menus allow customers to order and pay directly from the menu, contact their waiters/waitresses, and recommend dishes to their social networks.


Restoactive is Net Element’s seamless, digital add-on feature for legacy point-of-sale systems. It turns points of sale into points of interaction and boasts a table iPad menu and kiosk that is integration-ready for over a half a million restaurants.

Restoactive’s fully customizable digital and mobile menus improve the customer experience and leave a lingering positive impression. The platform’s stand-alone kiosk enables faster table turnover during peak restaurant hours as it reduces the mistakes made by waiters and waitresses while minimizing the strain on staff members during those hours. Finally, with this mobile point-of-sale system, servers can handle more tables and provide a higher level of customer service, making Restoactive a win-win solution for all parties.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) CEO Updates Shareholders in Interview on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon

Earlier today, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) was announced as a featured company on this week’s edition 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.

To view this week’s program, visit

In the interview, Greg Lambrecht, chief executive officer of Singlepoint, gives investors some insight into the company’s recent moves, most notably its ongoing efforts to become a fully reporting company and uplist to the OTCQB Venture Market. According to Lambrecht, Singlepoint is rapidly approaching this milestone. In fact, he described the company as, “On the one yard line, ready to get in the end zone.” Lambrecht told Baillargeon that Singlepoint has already completed the required Form 10 and hopes to submit it to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and become a fully reporting company “within the next week or so.”

Singlepoint’s uplisting plans are expected to play a key role in the company’s future growth. Lambrecht outlined an aggressive M&A strategy for the company moving forward as it transitions toward a holding company business plan. Singlepoint is already in talks with multiple acquisition targets in the mobile technology space, and the additional financing options and improved access to both institutional and individual investors provided by uplisting to the OTCQB is expected to play a key role in funding these M&A opportunities. In the MoneyTV interview, Lambrecht suggested that additional information regarding these potential acquisitions will likely become available shortly after the company’s move to the OTCQB Venture Market.

“Not only will the completion of these efforts provide us better financing options and allow institutional investors to invest directly on the open market, it also correlates with our M&A strategy,” Lambrecht added in a recent news release. “Additionally, as an OTCQB-listed company we expect to see greater liquidity, as well as brand awareness among the investment community.”

In line with its aggressive M&A strategy, Singlepoint recently tweaked its website to better reflect its intent to operate as a holding company moving forward. With the stage set for a big announcement in the coming weeks, Singlepoint appears primed to make a significant impact in the mobile technology market during the final quarter of 2016.

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Monaker Group (MKGI) Expands Ecosystem by Making API Available to Online Travel Agencies

Recently, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI), a technology-driven travel company focused on the alternative lodging rental (ALR) market, announced the launch of the Monaker Booking Engine (MBE) and the completion of the Application Program Interface (API) to the MBE. These developments further advance Monaker’s foray into the fastest growing sector of the travel market, alternative lodging rental, which is expected to reach $169 billion by 2019.

With the MBE, Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) will be able to access Monaker’s vast inventory of alternative lodging, timeshares and resort accommodation. Through the API they can go further. Having access to Monaker’s API gives OTAs, tour operators, airlines and cruise originators the ability to build their own apps and sites based on the Monaker databases and libraries. By setting up an API, Monaker is preparing fertile ground for a community to grow around its mission statement of “Travel Made Easy”.

An API is essentially a set of standardized requests designed for a particular program. An API’s protocols tell a software developer the proper way to request a service, such as printing a document, from the program. An API covers the middle ground between software that can only be accessed by the one who wrote it and software with source code that has been made public.

An entertaining piece in a January 2000 issue of Computerworld magazine ( explains APIs by drawing similarities to gaining access to your neighbors’ lawn mowing services if your lawn mower broke down. It’s useless even considering the first of three neighbors, Closed Carl. A high wall with no gate protects his lawn mower so there’s no way of getting to him to even broach the subject. ‘An application like Closed Carl exposes no source code or APIs.’

At the other extreme is Open Oscar. You can enter his yard and borrow his mower without even asking him first. You can, also, alter the mower to suit your tastes by, perhaps, installing a beer cooler on it. ‘An application like Open Oscar has open source code, giving you free reign if you want it.’

The newest neighbor, API Annie, is nice too. You can borrow her mower provided you ask, but, aware of your mechanical prowess, she has asked you not to ‘improve’ her lawn mower. With an application like API Annie, you have access to mowing services, but the lawn mower is off limits.

APIs have the potential to rapidly develop support systems for an enterprise that boost its growth. The first company to capitalize on their potential was Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) when it launched its platform API on February 7, 2000, just about a year into its inception, according to the History of APIs ( That API strategy is partly responsible for the company’s present market cap of $48 billion.

Other industry titans subsequently embarked on the API adventure. In June 2005, the Google (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) Maps API made its appearance. And in 2006, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) launched their APIs. The ecommerce giant’s API portal is called Amazon Web Services.

Just like these successful companies have, Monaker aims to build a healthy ecosystem around its MBE and NextTrip platform. NextTrip is an intuitive, fully comprehensive booking platform for hotels, resorts, vacation rental homes, timeshare rentals, airlines, cruises, tours & land packages, and rental cars. Apart from NextTrip, Monaker’s travel assets now include Maupintour, with over 65 years in tour-guided vacations; Voyage.TV, with its thousands of hours of travel footage shot in over 30 countries around the world; and AlwayOnVacation, with its 250,000 listed properties. With the launch of its API, Monaker is poised for a further stage of development.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Understanding the Importance of Social Media Management with FRAME

October 6, 2016

Keeping up with the ever-changing world of marketing technology is not easy, but it’s necessary for businesses to continue to grow. One aspect of marketing that continues to evolve is social media, and social media managers must continuously adapt. Mobile social media, visual social media, and social media strategies are just some of the things that professionals need to track and integrate with their own marketing requirements. This has become the year of social media management, and every social media channel needs to be managed with a specific strategy in mind.

Fortunately, there are now software and applications that can relieve some of the pressure on social media managers, allowing all channels to be managed from a single computer screen. As the importance of social media management has grown, so has the importance of the tools used to manage it. But many people do not understand the full extent of social media management and how these tools can help them achieve goals.

Social media management software is used for a number of reasons, but basically it allows businesses to efficiently keep up with social engagement and manage customer relationships. Social media management tools enable companies to streamline team collaboration and increase social accountability. This means that businesses have an extra level of security and are less susceptible to hackers. With this type of software, businesses are equipped with a range of analytical tools that not only analyze social performance but also share reports with stakeholders.

FRAME is a social media management application from Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Geegle Media. FRAME allows businesses to take their social media campaigns to the next level. The application enables users to manage all social media channels in one place, schedule posts, follow partners and competitors, and generate professional infographic reports.

FRAME is the perfect social media management app for businesses wanting to engage with customers more effectively. The app is currently free for non-commercial users, a major differentiating factor in the market. FRAME is available for download at It is currently targeting the Android app marketplace with the release for iOS devices coming soon.

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Singlepoint, Inc.’s (SING) Text2Bid Offers Broader Accessibility to Users through Web App

October 5, 2016

In 2015, Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a publicly traded holding company specializing in the acquisition of small to mid-sized companies with an emphasis on mobile technologies, acquired the assets and technology of Mobile Bidding Technologies, Inc. (MBT). This included its primary asset, Text2Bid, the leading mobile bidding solution. But how is Text2Bid leading the mobile bidding solutions industry, and how does this affect SING?

By offering a simple web page, also referred to as a “web app”, Text2Bid uses one single user interface that automatically adapts to every user’s smartphone. Users can bid without having to install an app to their mobile device. This also cuts out the need for manual updates. But, aside from not needing to download, why is a “web app” better than a native app for Text2Bid’s solution?

Text2Bid’s primary goals are related to public communications. Having a mobile website or “web app” is advantageous since it allows for broader accessibility, compatibility, and cost effectiveness. In a high-paced environment such as the events industry, these are all key factors. With mobile websites, everything is instantly available, compatible across a number of devices, automatically updated in real-time, easy to find and easily shared through publishers. They offer a broader reach and can’t be deleted. In addition, mobile websites are generally easier to develop and less expensive to run.

The future of auctions is one of more people with smartphones. With advances in technology, it’s a movement that will continue to grow and adapt to new devices. Aside from its compatibility and accessibility, Text2Bid does not have a user limit and supports multi-day events. Text2Bid has turned normal auctions into interactive experiences, with a yearly average increase of 28 percent in total amount donated, as compared to previous years without the solution.

SING acquired MBT and Text2Bid because it offers significant potential for yearly growth. The company believes that the combination of its technology and development expertise with Text2Bid’s already well-established name in the sector could lead the solution to further growth while revolutionizing the $18 billion auction industry.

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iGambit, Inc. (IGMB) Subsidiary ArcMail is Email Hack Defender

Late last year, iGambit, Inc. (OTCQB: IGMB) threw down the gauntlet to computer hackers and crackers with its acquisition of ArcMail Technology, a leading provider of email management solutions. In November 2015, iGambit, a diversified holding company, announced it had acquired Wala, Inc. doing business as ArcMail Technology (ArcMail) by executing a stock purchase agreement. ArcMail is now a wholly owned subsidiary of iGambit.

Since the prehistoric times of the early 1970s, when Ray Tomlinson first thought of using the “@” (“at” symbol) in electronic messages, email has moved from the esoteric world of the ARPANET into the lives of billions. It has been said to be ‘the most important application of the Internet and the most widely used facility’ (

There is no doubt that email has become a staple of our personal lives, and the same is true of business. Email has replaced paper memos as the preferred form of written communication in companies. It is a fast, inexpensive, versatile medium. Email is used to convey all manner of business correspondence, whether between two adjacent offices in the same building or to ones separated by thousands of miles on different continents.

A 2013 survey by Osterman Research ( found a high percentage of corporate employees use email on a daily basis. The median of employees of the 139 companies examined in the survey was 1,000. That is, roughly half of the companies in the sample had more than 1,000 employees. The median of email users was 650, indicating that, on average, 65 percent of corporate staff use email every day to get their jobs done. On average, 165 messages are sent and 309 received.

The proliferation of email is posing new challenges and risks to both individuals and companies. Email hacking has cost some enterprises dearly. Most recently, on September 22, 2016, Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) announced in a press release, ‘that information associated with at least 500 million user accounts’ had been stolen ( The information which ‘may have included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords… and, in some cases, encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers’ had been compromised since, at least, late 2014. However, it appears that Yahoo only ‘recently’ discovered the incursion.

The Yahoo breach has been widely publicized, but it is not an anomaly. Corporate America has been experiencing similar assaults for many years. As Rory Welch, CEO of ArcMail, lamented in a CIO Review article, “Far too many businesses do not consider email security as an imperative issue until it suddenly puts the reputation of the business at stake.”

Email security is one of the issues addressed by ArcMail’s flagship product, ArcMail Defender. ArcMail Defender is an email archiving hardware solution that enhances compliance systems, provides support in litigation, increases storage management, curates institutional knowledge and augments defenses against malevolent actors. Defender provides the speed and storage necessary to handle the ever-increasing volume and variety of email and other electronic data sources demanded by regulators.

“With Defender, business-critical data stays exactly where it should—behind a strong firewall and safe from corruption by outside sources,” explains Welch.

In April 2016, ArcMail was named one of the ‘20 Most Promising Enterprise Security Companies 2016’ ( by a distinguished panel comprised of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts and the CIO Review editorial board.

Defender is considered the best email archiving solution for organizations with anywhere from five to over 5,000 mailboxes across a broad section of industries. Currently, major organizations employing the ArcMail Defender include the State of New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, St. Louis Public Schools and the Canadian Parliament.

iGambit, a fully reporting publicly held company, has set out to acquire early-stage technology companies with a strong growth potential that can be easily recognized in the public arena. The company provides board experience and capital to scale up its acquisitions.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Hosts Third Annual Real Estate Conference after Leadership Change

October 4, 2016

Fast-growing eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI), owner of unique real estate brokerage firm eXp Realty, recently appointed industry veteran Russ Cofano as its new president and general counsel, a move likely to bring the company added value and more expertise in the real estate field. Cofano, who served as chief strategy officer and general counsel since late June, is replacing Jason Gesing as president. Gesing will stay on as CEO of eXp Realty.

Cofano, a highly experienced real estate professional, is expected to help drive a new chapter of growth for eXp World Holdings and its companies, the group’s CEO and Chairman Glenn Sanford believes. The new president has years of experience in the field, having worked with several major realtors in the U.S. before joining eXp World Holdings.

The decision, which became effective immediately following its September 23 announcement, came just a couple of weeks before eXp Realty’s annual real estate conference in San Antonio, Texas. The third edition of eXpCon, scheduled for October 5-7, has already been sold out and is expected to bring together more than 600 of the brokerage division’s agents and brokers – more than three times the turnout from last year’s event.

The record attendance numbers are indicative of the company’s strength and reflect the Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage’s growing trend this year. eXp Realty has been the driving force behind the entire group’s remarkable growth over the last few months, based largely on its unique cloud-based business model. eXp World Holdings reported record revenues in the first two quarters (more than $7 million in Q1, $13 million in Q2) and a significant increase in its number of agents, topping 1,700 at the end of September. The business model proposed by eXp Realty completely eliminates the costs associated with running a brick-and-mortar office, allowing members to provide more efficient services to consumers while increasing their own profit with lower risk. The beauty of the system is that agents and brokers can operate from the comfort of their own homes without having to worry about franchise fees, desk fees or other similar expenses, as their activity takes place in a cloud-based office environment.

This year’s conference highlights will include keynote addresses from business and real estate gurus such as Rick Miller and Stefan Swanepoel. Miller, who was elected independent director to the eXp Board in July, will deliver the opening keynote address. His experience as CEO or president of various companies ranging from a startup to a nonprofit and his unconventional management approach have made him one of the most notable business leaders of the moment.

Real estate visionary Swanepoel will give his keynote address on the morning of October 6. Author of more than 30 books and reports on the real estate brokerage business, Swanepoel has given over 1,000 talks to one million people throughout his career and currently owns the T3 Sixty Group, a leading real estate multi-solution group that offers consultancy services and produces some of the industry’s most authoritative reports, such as the Swanepoel Power 200, the Swanepoel TRENDS Report, the T3 Risk Guide, the T3 Tech Guide and The Real Estate Confronts series. He also serves as editor-in-chief of SP200, which ranks the most powerful real estate people, and as host of the real estate T3 Summit.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Executive Presents Latest Tech Trends at Pet Industry Trade Show in Canada

Before the opening bell, OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) highlighted a recent presentation by Kathleen Homyock, the company’s vice president of sales and business development. The presentation, titled “Technology Translated to Pet Fitness, Food and Fun,” was made at last month’s National Pet Industry Trade Show, which was hosted by the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (Canada). Homyock used her time at the podium to showcase intelligent technology accessories, such as OPCO’s recently launched OurPets® Intelligent Pet Care™ product line (, and their ability to help pet owners effectively monitor the health and wellbeing of their pets.

“It is always interesting to speak with industry professionals about how smart technology is changing pet products,” Homyock stated in this morning’s news release. “I was excited to have the opportunity to speak at the show in September and I am even more excited to work for a company that values this technology and continuously works to bring intelligent health and fitness monitoring products into the marketplace.”

To view Homyock’s full presentation, visit

The emergence of intelligent technology accessories in the pet industry is particularly intriguing when studying pet ownership statistics. According to research firm Mintel, an impressive 75 percent of Americans in their 30s have dogs, while roughly 51 percent have cats. This figure is substantially higher than that of the overall population, which clocks in at about 50 percent for dogs and 35 percent for cats. All told, today’s young Americans are much more likely to have pets than their predecessors.

This trend is significant, as pet owners between the ages of 18 and 34 have shown the most open to adopting new technologies to care for their furry friends. A 2015 survey by Packaged Facts found that the age group led the way in the use of webcams, smartphones, motion sensors and collars with tracking devices to follow their dogs’ activities. With these technologies already being implemented, the use of dedicated devices leveraging the Internet of Things model is a rapidly growing trend upon which OurPet’s Company is currently positioned to capitalize.

The company’s OurPets® Intelligent Pet Care™ line utilizes smart technology to seamlessly monitor pet health through the use of the free IntelligentPetLink™ smartphone app ( The line’s products currently include the SmartScoop – Intelligent Litter Box (, the SmartLink Feeder – Intelligent Pet Bowl (, and the SmartLink Waterer – Intelligent Water Fountain (

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Enabling the Growth of Social Commerce

The year of 2016 is seeing retailers working toward social media as a form of commerce, with more efforts being made to determine the best way to drive sustainable e-commerce sales through social media. Some of the better known examples of the move to social commerce include Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) allowing customers to add items to their shopping carts with #AmazonCart, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) adding a “Buy” button to make it easier for consumers to purchase items without leaving their social media accounts, and Coca-Cola’s (NYSE: KO) #ShareACoke campaign.

But, the evolution of social commerce truly started in 2012, when Facebook added its collection features. Later, in 2014, Facebook, Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), and Tumblr (NASDAQ: YHOO) added “Buy” buttons. In 2015, Facebook added a shoppable page and made messenger payments available, Instagram added a “Shop Now” feature, Pinterest added buyable pins, and Twitter finally expanded its Buy Now partnerships. In 2016, Facebook enabled a feature allowing consumers to buy event tickets on the social media site, and Pinterest added buyable pins open to all SMBs, as well as a Pinterest shopping cart.

In addition to the above developments, according to Sumo Heavy Industries (, social media referral traffic to e-commerce sites grew by 198%, with baby products, home furnishings, health and wellness, and automotive purchases being the most influenced by social media. Facebook showed the highest conversion rates for all social media e-commerce traffic at 1.85%, according to Shopify (

Although social commerce is still developing, Sumo Heavy Industries found that it remains a promising channel, with 73% of users who have tried “Buy” buttons saying they would do it again, and one in five people saying they are open to the idea despite not having tried it yet. Also, according to an article published in Marketing Week (, out of 2,017 people aged 18 and over who were surveyed, 56% of them like or follow brands because of their products, and research shows that Facebook is the most popular site for direct purchases.

Yet not all businesses are convinced of this new way of selling. Some describe it as “making a mistake” while others have not optimized their websites for mobile use (51%). Not only this, 31% of these organizations have no intention of optimizing their sites, which millennials find increasingly irritating, according to statistics (

Fortunately, Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) is in the business of providing social marketing and promotion platforms to aid merchants in growing and advertising their businesses through social media. Moxian incorporates social media, entertainment, and business intelligence. The company is a multi-channel social commerce platform that includes a relationship management system in order to generate knowledge for merchants so they can better interact with their chosen audiences.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Positioned for Enhanced Role on Fast Growing Pet Care Market

October 3, 2016

Already a leading provider of unique and highly innovative pet care solutions ranging from toys to feeding and waste management, Ohio-based OurPet’s Company, Inc. (OTCQX: OPCO) expects to expand its presence on the fast-growing pet care market through a unique line of products designed to awaken a pet’s natural instincts.

The company’s innovative products, as other premium pet care solutions available on the market, cater to the needs of a growing number of customers who are treating their pets like family members and are looking to buy only the most high-end products for them, according to an analysis from industry research report provider Sandler Research (

The report also shows that the global pet care market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.72% from 2016 to 2020, driven mostly by high profit margins for manufacturers offering a wide range of specialized, premium products. The highest revenue-generating geographic region in the market will be North America, expected to hold more than 40% of the market share.

Despite fierce competition on the pet care market, companies that consistently provide top-quality, premium products will only strengthen their positions, while many vendors will also take action to expand their business to emerging markets such as the Asia-Pacific, Central and South America, the report indicates.

With its unique line of proprietary pet products distributed both in the United States and overseas, OurPet’s Company therefore seems poised for overcoming its competition and becoming a major player on the market of innovative pet care solutions. The company is committed to developing one-of-a-kind products ( that are patented and unparalleled on the market, based on a unique design that focuses on the health and behavioral needs of pets and their owners.

Keeping in line with its dedication to product innovation, OurPet’s Company recently launched a strong showing of game-changing pet products such as the OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter™ ( – a high-end, all natural and fully biodegradable litter, and the Intelligent Pet Care™ ( Bluetooth® line of products, which monitor pet behavior via a smartphone app. And despite a slight decline in revenue in Q2 that followed record numbers in Q1, OurPet’s Company anticipates a solid performance and record revenue again in the second half of the year, as a direct consequence of the new product launches.

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Issuer Direct Corp. (ISDR) Increasingly Prominent One-Stop-Shop for Targeted PR/IR Engagement, Cloud-Based Compliance, Disclosure Solutions

September 30, 2016

As one of the leading pioneers in the world of secure, cloud-driven regulatory compliance, as well as investor communication solutions, Issuer Direct (NYSE MKT: ISDR) is currently the go-to Disclosure Management System (DMS) source for thousands of compliance issuers around the world, as well as for hundreds of corporate issuers, which derive substantial advantages from the company’s affordable, but extremely robust suite of branded solutions.

Issuer Direct’s already widely successful toolset stands to remain at the head of the pack alongside players like Certent, which was recently selected by PR Newswire to augment its own flexible XBRL tagging and filing solution with Certent’s own DM tech. Compliance looks to be one of the hottest, fastest-growing segments of the $3 billion and growing legal technology solutions market ( There is plenty of room here for an agile, cost-competitive player with advanced technology and a mountain of in-house experience like ISDR, even with bigger sharks like IBM (NYSE: IBM) and SAP (NYSE: SAP) circling the market.

The same kind of rock-solid value brought to the table with ISDR’s proprietary cloud-based DMS framework, so noteworthy for its security, performance and ease of use, is also present in the company’s other offerings, whether we are talking about Issuer Direct’s premier regional, national and global news/communications network, Accesswire®; the company’s extremely robust media, advisor and investor targeting dataset platform, Classify®; or ISDR’s SEC filing marvel, known as Blueprint®.

Accesswire is particularly interesting given that the platform was designed from the ground up specifically for public companies, as well as due to the sheer scale of Accesswire’s end-user footprint and the ease with which public companies can join the Accesswire News Network before almost immediately using it to disseminate messages to that huge audience in real-time. Underlying this supremely attractive megaphone functionality is a powerful analytics engine that exposes information like actual social engagement metrics of a given release, as well as the subsequent/relevant audience targeting solutions, via a highly intuitive dashboard. Putting the power into users’ hands, allowing them to really understand what works (or just how well whatever they are doing is working), ensures confidence in PR budgets and makes the platform an easy sell to public companies who are hungry to engage the investment community.

Because ISDR so intimately understands the regulatory environment, the announcements that need to go to SEDAR or EDGAR are always routed. Accesswire is partnered with the top names in business media today, such as Reuters (NYSE:TRI), The Wall Street Journal (NASDAQ: NWSA) and The New York Times (NYSE: NYT), as well as Stock Exchanges, local newspapers of record, The Associated Press and United Press International, and digital data feeders like Yahoo! Finance (NASDAQ: YHOO) – to name but a few.

Little wonder then that ISDR was recently able to report Q2 revenue growth from its Accesswire press release business of 18 percent (compared to Q1), which was up a handsome 73 percent year-over-year ( Accompanied by a 74 percent gross margin for the quarter and an additional $1 million in operational cash flow, the quarterly dividend increase issued back in July on the strength of continued positive earnings and cash flow has substantially encouraged ISDR shareholders to remain bullish about the company’s prospects. Accesswire’s distribution channels line up superbly with the company’s investor network and investor calendar, as well as ISDR’s public company outreach platform, providing unparalleled venue reach that includes the Dow Jones Network and the Factiva system, as well as top broker-dealers. Needless to say, this is a winning proposition to public companies, and business has been very good for Issuer Direct.

In fact, revenues from platform and technology solutions were up 20 percent last quarter when compared to Q1, with both Blueprint and Classify showing marked traction. Even as the traditional Annual Report Service (ARS) business flags amid an ongoing shift to digital over hardcopy, and market commoditization hammers XBRL demand, Issuer Direct has actually prospered. Intelligent restructuring of channel partner agreements in its ARS game, as well as receptivity to the company’s innovative cloud-based offerings, have allowed ISDR to soar where lesser operators may have folded altogether.

Blueprint deserves a closer look here, for instance, due not only to a recent partnership expansion with the London Stock Exchange Group that includes the SEC reporting platform’s license to LSEG’s RNS (regulatory news service), but because the LSEG deal is just the latest example of end-market resonance for Issuer Direct. LSEG’s RNS wanted a way to automate the reformatting of their own systemically generated HTML into SEC EDGAR-compliant documentation, and the readily adaptable Blueprint platform was perfect for the job – a deal which has crystallized an already tight-knit relationship between LSEG and ISDR. Issuer Direct’s CEO, Balbirnie, was keen to point out the number of high profile clients that have already signed on with Blueprint as a hallmark of the platform’s inherent value. The top dog at LSEG/RNS roundly affirmed this conclusion, while also pointing to Blueprint’s scalability as leaving the door open to a host of future applications.

That scalability is a big sell for Blueprint, alongside the platform’s baseline cost-effectiveness and ease of use, as it allows great confidence that ISDR can fulfill the role of trusted regulatory platform provider for years to come (no matter how big or small the client). The ability to handle essentially any document type via a proprietary compliance editing platform like Blueprint, which alleviates the historically time-consuming and cumbersome process of regulatory filing, when combined with the company’s DMS platform, makes for a super-fast, real-time project creation/editing workflow that has to be experienced to be believed. The ironclad value of the company’s DMS platform, engineered to meet and keep up with the ever more stringent demands of regulatory authorities like the SEC, DTCC and FINRA, is further enhanced by dynamic shareholder communication features.

Issuer Direct even offers naturally parallel services such as stock transfer agent and proxy services, as well as full-spectrum document design, formatting and typesetting – the company even does printing/fulfillment with real-time tracking. Transfer agent duties come second nature to an outfit like Issuer Direct, and with the in-house talent to easily handle everything from electronic stock issuance and management, to document preparation and review, ISDR is increasingly seen as a one-stop-shop for a variety of such services.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F) is Changing the Network Marketing Game

In the world of Laguna Blends (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (Frankfurt: LB6A.F), things are done differently. Laguna Blends, a network marketing company operating out of Kelowna, British Columbia, is using 3D technology to change the direct sales and network marketing game. Through a simple, interactive platform, the company delivers training and marketing strategies to independent affiliates who in turn use these tools to attract customers and drive sales.

Laguna Blends’ network marketing program has a particular area of focus. It seeks to highlight the nutritional health benefits of hemp-based products while providing high quality product experiences. Laguna develops and produces a line of high-protein-content functional beverages derived from hemp, distributed and sold throughout the United States and Canada.

The company’s leading products include Caffe and Pro369. Caffe, an instant-coffee beverage, is loaded with hemp and whey protein and, with two grams of protein per serving, packs a powerful protein punch. Pro369, on the other hand, is a single-serving hemp protein powder drink mix that comes in a number of flavors.

Laguna Blends sells its protein-packed beverages and other hemp-based products through a network of independent affiliates who help promote its message of finding balance in life. As these affiliates generate retail sales for the company, they can also recruit other affiliates, using the latest tools and technology to build a global business from the comfort of their homes or while traveling on the road.

Laguna Blends embraces a spirit of innovation, adaptability, and leadership when it comes to its technology, applied to product development and online web-based training for affiliates. The company wants to lead the network marketing industry, and it is reaching for that goal by providing a viable, long-lasting business opportunity for its internal and external stakeholders.

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Net Element’s (NETE) Secret Sauce for Restaurateurs, Aptito, Goes Fully Retail

September 29, 2016

The Aptito iPad point-of-sale system from Net Element, Inc. (NASDAQ: NETE) has been tickling the fancy of diners all over with its digitally presented menus. In dining establishments that are adapting to a world increasingly reliant on digital technology, instead of a menu printed on laminated paper stock, a customer can view the menu electronically displayed on a tablet. That digital menu is part of the Aptito platform, which made its debut in 2011. However, there’s more to Aptito than electronic menus. The platform is a comprehensive All-in-One Digital Network Solution for retail businesses of all kinds.

The Aptito system aims to use mobility to put managers and staff in control. For example, with Aptito, waiting staff in restaurants won’t be running back and forth between customers and a stand-alone payments terminal. With Aptito’s Point-of-Sale Mobile Communicator, staff are able to receive and send orders directly from their iPhone, iPod Touch or Android smartphone from table side or anywhere in the restaurant. The Aptito Full Station package includes an iPad, an iPad enclosure, credit card swiper, cash drawer, local server, and both kitchen and receipt printers. The system comes with a visual interface that is fast and simple to use. Staff can be trained in 15 minutes or less.

Wait staff carrying the Aptito Mobile Communicator enhance the customer experience by allowing them to instantly request their server or the bill with a simple touch. This creates an unprecedented level of customer service and an opportunity to grow sales. Aptito’s secured antitheft tablet enclosures can be wall-mounted close to tables, enabling the customers to send orders to their waiter or to the kitchen at any time during their dining experience.

And, of course, Aptito displays menus digitally on the screen of the visual interface instead of on print material. Customers can view the dishes and fully customize their orders, add comments, and see nutritional information. The Aptito platform offers up-selling opportunities, as well, by presenting customers with wine-pairing choices and dish recommendations.

The image of an entrée or dish on the screen can be enlarged simply by touching. In addition, menus can be viewed in the language of choice. This increases the ability to market to tourists, since menus can be read in their native languages.

Aptito also has a Rating System that asks guests to provide feedback at the end of their meal and add their comments. This information is stored in the Aptito Management System for internal use, which, in some cases, is much better that having it broadcast online or on social media. This private feedback gives managers the ability to nuance their offerings in response to customers’ comments.

Net Element is a global technology company that specializes in mobile payments and value-added transactional services. The company owns and operates a global mobile payments and transactional processing provider, TOT Group, Inc., which in turn owns and markets the following brands: Unified Payments, Aptito, Restoactive, Digital Provider and PayOnline.

In 2012, Unified Payments was lauded by Inc. Magazine as the Fastest Growing Company in America. Restoactive is a seamless digital add-ons for legacy point-of-sale systems. Digital Provider is a leading provider of SMS messaging and mobile billing solutions. PayOnline is a fully-integrated, processor agnostic electronic commerce platform.

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Lifeloc Technologies, Inc. (LCTC) Products Crucial for Combating Occupational Alcoholism, Drug Use

Occupational alcoholism and drug use are serious problems among America’s workforce, leading to major expenses and issues ranging from low employee morale and absenteeism to lost productivity, theft, injuries and even fatalities. Costs associated with alcohol abuse in the workplace alone range anywhere between $33 billion and $68 billion per year, studies show. Faced with this problem, a growing number of businesses are introducing mandatory workplace drug and alcohol testing by enrolling the help of industry leader Lifeloc Technologies, Inc. (OTC: LCTC).

Of the approximately 142.63 million people employed in the U.S. as of September 2015, about 14 million are alcoholics. A factsheet from the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence ( shows that roughly 6.6 percent of full-time employees are frequent and heavy drinkers, having had five or more drinks at once during more than five occasions within the last 30 days. Of current adult illegal drug users aged 18 to 49, 70% are employed full-time, the NCADD data also shows.

Alcohol and drug abuse can be a major financial burden for employees and businesses, both in terms of higher health care costs, workers’ compensation and legal liabilities, as well as in lost productivity, absenteeism, injuries on the job, fatal accidents and more. Additional problems may include tardiness and sleeping on the job, poor decision making, loss of efficiency, reduced job performance and even having trouble with co-workers or supervisors. Some of the jobs ad industries with increased occupational alcoholism rates and alcohol-related deaths include bartenders, shoe machine operators, roofers, painters, cooks, sailors and construction workers.

According to NCADD statistics, alcohol and drug testing as part of the hiring process remains the most common method used by employers to identify candidates with a substance abuse problem. Only about one quarter of workers interviewed reported random testing on the job, while 30% mentioned testing upon suspicion and 29% mentioned testing after an incident.

Lifeloc Technologies comes to the aid of all businesses and industries with a wide range of DOT and NHTSA approved, high-precision alcohol and drug testing solutions, whether for pre-employment, random, post-accident, return-to-duty or stand-down testing. With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, the company offers complete alcohol and drug testing solutions, including handheld breath testing instruments for screening and confirmation, as well as training, supplies and consultations to guide customers through all aspects of setting up alcohol and drug testing programs in the workplace. Two of Lifeloc’s most popular products for workplace alcohol testing, the Phoenix 6.0 Bluetooth and the EV30, are based on proprietary technology and are guaranteed to give accurate and reliable readings.

A global leader in the breath alcohol testing industry, Lifeloc offers a complete range of evidential breath testers and portable breath alcohol testers to markets such as law enforcement, schools, corrections, and workplace. Its products are also recognized and distributed internationally through a complex global network of specialists that also offer consultation, support and service.

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Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. (GALT) is “One to Watch”

Fibrosis is when connective tissue from an injury or other circumstances thickens and scars, or when there is excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ after it has been exposed to a chronic disease. Unfortunately, the effects of fibrosis cannot be reversed, and there is currently no treatment that stops the disease from getting worse, although some treatments can deal with the symptoms temporarily.

Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: GALT) is currently undertaking its phase 2a pilot trial (NASHFX) with GR-MD-02 in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) patients with advanced fibrosis. Although the study did not meet original expectations, Galectin’s larger scale, one year trial in patients with NASH cirrhosis has already enrolled 162 subjects, and top line results will be reported by the end of December 2017. The company considers it encouraging to see that GR-MD-02 has an important clinical effect in both moderate and severe cases of psoriasis. This further suggests that the substance can play a role for human diseases that could be related to NASH.

Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. is a biotechnology company focused on the science of galectins, a family of proteins, and drug development. With this expertise, the company creates new therapies for patients suffering from fibrotic diseases and cancer. Galectin works with a variety of partners in order to achieve cost effective and efficient development results within short time frames.

GALT is currently looking to enhance and market its lead compounds in liver fibrosis and cancer immunotherapies. The company has three key areas of focus: studying galectins, developing proprietary compounds for diseases, and advancing its discovery programs. All three work together in order to achieve the overall goal of creating new therapies for fibrotic diseases and cancer.

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Dominovas Energy Corporation (DNRG) Submits Grant Proposals to the United States Trade and Development Agency

Before the opening bell, Dominovas Energy Corporation (OTCQB: DNRG) announced the formal submission of grant proposals to the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) related to the proliferation of both its RUBICON™ Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology and its ORCAS™ hydroelectric system. In total, the company petitioned the USTDA for just over $2.1 million, with submissions divided across four distinct projects featuring a combined power output of 2.9 Megawatts.

USTDA grants are awarded based upon the intended and expected social and environmental impact of proposed projects in an effort to bring private sector solutions to existing development challenges. Dominovas Energy expects to receive the USTDA’s decision on the submissions within the next month.

Dominovas Energy’s proprietary power generation solutions lie at the core of its proposals. The company’s RUBICON™ system leverages a SOFC platform to generate clean, efficient electricity through the conversion of a hydrocarbon fuel such as natural gas. Among its many benefits, the RUBICON™ produces significantly less pollutants than competing systems and is designed to operate year-round with minimal disruptions due to maintenance. For added efficiency, the RUBICON™ can also be used for hot water production or space heating. With these systems in place, combined heat and power efficiency for the RUBICON™ is measured at approximately 85 percent.

The company’s ORCAS™ system offers similar reliability and efficiency without the need for hydrocarbon fuel. The run-of-river (ROR) technology generates electricity by diverting running water from waterways. When compared to conventional stored water systems like reservoirs or dams, ORCAS™ has a much smaller environmental impact, seamlessly guiding used water back into the main river after it navigates power generation channels.

Dominovas Energy’s ORCAS™ platform could be widely implemented in the Republic of Madagascar moving forward and other sub-Saharan countries. The island nation has an “enormous potential” for hydropower generation, with the World Bank estimating capacity for up to 7,000 Megawatts across over 500 potential sites.

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EquityFeed Revolutionizes Stock Hunting

If you’re an active trader, chances are you sip through a couple cups of coffee before you’re finishing checking on your stocks and scouring the market for high-potential plays. Making the rounds is a several-times-a-day routine, but is it a simple and effective one?

EquityFeed is a new platform designed specifically for active traders and day traders who want to fully utilize their time and maximize profits. The platform offers a sweeping set of easy-to-use features, many of which are customizable to each user’s unique preferences.

Stock screening capabilities are powered by EquityFeed’s Filter Builder, an ideal tool for intraday trading. The system allows the trader to select various analytics and view immediate results based on chosen criterion. The way EquityFeed states it, using the platform’s filtering system makes hunting for stocks “like shooting fish in a barrel.”

EquityFeed’s pattern recognition tool alerts traders to pertinent and profitable technical events like new highs and lows, volume and price breakouts, and block trades – all in real-time.

Users also have access to one of the industry’s fastest and most advanced news streamers, also loaded with powerful filtering features. This is real-time news at its finest. EquityFeed’s MarketView displays entire equity markets ranked and sorted according to user preference allowing for easy viewing of active stocks.

When you’re ready for more in-depth monitoring, EquityFeed’s Chart Montage is the way to go. After an interesting stock has been identified, the Chart Montage delivers real-time Level 1 data of the play’s technical indicators. It doesn’t stop there; EquityFeed’s Level 2 quotes display shows any stock’s order book with all the market makers who are lined up on bid and ask prices. It’s a play-by-play display of Level 2 action.

These are just several features within the EquityFeed platform. If you’re ready to spend less time while making more, sign up for a free 14-day trial to get started.

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Singlepoint, Inc. (SING) Makes its Mark on Fast-Growing Daily Fantasy Sports Market

September 28, 2016

Singlepoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), a leading mobile technology and payments provider, is making its mark in the daily fantasy sports (DFS) industry, just months after officially entering the market with minority acquisitions in two major DFS companies: GoDraft and DraftFury. One of the fastest growing industries at the moment, the DFS market brings together millions of people spending an average of $550+ every year, with 39% of them using a mobile device to pay, according to Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) statistics.

The minority acquisitions, in particular the participation in DraftFury, will allow Singlepoint to capitalize on this fast-growing market, especially at the height of the NFL season. Singlepoint is currently the only publicly traded company in the U.S. that allows shareholders to be involved in DFS, and it is planning to take a noticeable stake in the industry, according to company CEO Greg Lambrecht. Even a small stake could be game changing, given that the daily fantasy games industry is expected to grow at a rate of roughly 41% per year, reaching $14.4 billion in entry fees alone by 2020. For reference, entry fees were about $2.6 billion last year.

According to FSTA data for 2015 (, about 20% of the U.S. population and about 17% of the Canadian population over 12 years of age play daily fantasy sports, totaling 57.4 million people. For comparison, there were roughly 15 million players in 2003. Of these 57.4 million, 66% are male and 34% are female, with an average age of 38.6. Also, the FSTA found that daily fantasy sports players are overall better educated, as 66% of them have a college degree or more. Most of them have a household income of more than $75,000, while 67% have full-time employment.

The average spending per fantasy player of 18+ years of age is $556, money spent on league-related costs and materials and single-player challenge games. Statistics also show that a total of 70% of daily fantasy sports participants pay league fees, and the most popular fantasy sport remains football. Additionally, a growing number of players now use some sort of mobile device to play – 39%, compared to only 25% in 2012. Players use their mobile devices for activities such as checking the score of their games or of other games in their league, drafting a team and/or changing line-ups, joining a fantasy sports league, researching players, posting comments, and viewing or listening to fantasy sports media ranging from podcasts and radio shows to TV or online videos.

With its minority investments in GoDraft and DraftFury, and with other planned acquisitions in the DFS vertical in the future, Singlepoint could be primed to become a significant player on the market. Founded in 2006, the company is currently a leading provider of mobile technology, mobile marketing and mobile payment services. Its products target small to mid-sized enterprises by offering solutions that allow clients to conduct business transactions, engage in targeted mobile communication or accept donations.

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iGambit, Inc. (IGMB) is “One to Watch”

iGambit, Inc. (OTCQB: IGMB) started as a software development, customer service, and technology licensing company. Since then, the company has taken a turn toward acquiring and strengthening technology companies by becoming a holding company, focusing its efforts on investing in small and medium sized companies in order to help them grow. In November 2015, the company announced the acquisition of ArcMail Technology, which now operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary of iGambit.

ArcMail Technology is a leading provider of email technology solutions for businesses of all sizes. The company works in partnership with its customers to address their needs. ArcMail Technology offers email archiving, archiving appliances, cloud based and physical hybrid gateways and virtual archiving software services, as well as fully-hosted archiving services.

iGambit is in the business of helping organizations grow. ArcMail chose to become an iGambit company because it believes iGambit is supported by excellent leadership, core values, and integrity. These fit well with ArcMail’s vision and mission statement, which it anticipates will allow it to grow more efficiently.

Since being acquired by iGambit, ArcMail Technology has been named one of CIOReview’s “20 Most Promising Enterprise Security Companies” of 2016, which is an annual list showcasing the most promising Enterprise Security Companies. In addition to this, the subsidiary was selected as one of the 50 most innovative companies to watch in 2016 by The Silicon Review.

iGambit’s vision is to acquire and develop small to medium sized businesses that are in the licensing or services industries. The company works on the strategy of facilitating the acquisition of partner companies by offering a range of professional experience and capital, enabling them to mature and increase their profitability.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Maintaining a Positive Outlook Thanks to Advances in Internet Technology

At the beginning of 2016, 43% of real estate agencies expected competition from non-traditional firms. Although this number was down 2% from 2015, a survey by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) ( found that 46% of agencies believe the competition from virtual firms is increasing, compared to a small 17% of agencies expecting competition from brick and mortar firms.

With this in mind, it is worth noting that the real estate industry is one of the slowest to adapt to this new digital age. The last few years can be seen as the first real phase of digital development within the real estate industry, as technology has played but a minimal role until now. Thanks to today’s growing technology, people in the real estate industry are able to make faster and more informed decisions.

Until now, the industry has believed in location. However, today people can access and accomplish more through the use of smartphones, computers, and other mobile devices. With technology companies such as Airbnb, people are becoming more accustomed to a sharing economy. According to an article by Wharton University of Pennsylvania (, 86% of Americans believe the sharing economy they are now part of makes life more affordable, 83% say things are more convenient and efficient, and 63% believe it is more fun than engaging with traditional companies.

But why does the technology industry want to play a role in the real estate sector? The answer is simple. Real estate is one of the largest single assets in the United States. The sector is now worth approximately $50 trillion, with residential housing making up approximately $26 trillion of this. As a result, real estate companies are having to embrace the digital world quickly at the risk of letting technology-savvy companies take over.

To do this, real estate firms are having to implement cloud-based Big Data technologies to better serve their customers. eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI) is a prime example. eXp Realty, the company’s real estate division, is a fully agent-owned cloud brokerage. The agents and brokers at EXPI work, train, strategize, collaborate, innovate, and build teams across North America from the comforts of home using the company’s cloud office environment.

EXPI believes that, with the advancements in technology today, real estate consumers are equipped with deeper knowledge and understanding than ever before. Many consumers today leverage the company’s cloud-based technology to buy and sell without the aid of brick and mortar offices. EXPI’s primary goal is to become “the first truly agent-owned, cloud-based, full service, global real estate brokerage company delivering around-the-clock access to collaborative tools and professional development for managing real estate brokers and agents.”

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Embracing the New Sharing Economy

The travel and hospitality industry is changing, with companies worldwide attempting to strengthen their positions within the industry by increasing consolidations, examples being hotels such as Marriott (NASDAQ: MAR), AccorHotels, and others. At the same time, other companies are focusing less on consolidation and more on incorporating new business models that meet consumer needs.

One growing area in the industry is the concept of sharing, facilitated by the efficient processing of business and consumer communication. Companies such as Airbnb, OpenTable, and Uber are focused on helping customers find what they need rather than offering their own brick and mortar facilities or other physical assets.

Next year is expected to be a growth year for this new sharing economy. The concept is simple: instead of having excess supply and/or demand, the sharing economy aims to keep supply and demand in balance. Companies worldwide will provide as much as the consumer needs when he/she needs it, with an emphasis on convenience. New business models ensure that the experience is as convenient as possible for the consumer. They are referred to as ‘market-makers’, because they control both supply and demand, which in turn has created a major move toward convenience that has been lacking in the industry.

To generate this cost and market effectiveness that is convenient for the consumer, companies are required to partner with the customer. The customer wants to be connected to his/her experience. Partnering with the customer means connecting with the customer. This not only allows the customer to participate in the design of his/her experience but also enables the companies to gather more feedback, which in turn can be shared with other customers.

Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI), a technology-driven travel company, offers travel solutions to every demographic through its booking engine, Through NextTrip, customers are able to choose from a range of transport options, accommodations, tours, and much more. Monaker has incorporated itself within the new sharing economy, where guests are able to make decisions based on their demographic, holiday requirements, time preferences, and, thanks to social media, other people’s experiences.

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