Kaitlin Domangue, Author at Green Market Report

Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 24, 2020
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The Trump Administration has proposed the removal of a rider provision protecting state-legal cannabis businesses from the federal government’s interference. 

This comes with the release of his fiscal year 2021 budget plan.

The rider in question specifically states the Justice Department can’t use federal funding to prohibit states or territories “from implementing their own laws that authorize the use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of medical marijuana.”

Removing this provision would leave a lot of room for government interference, potentially destroying many state-legal businesses.

This action comes contrary to many things President Trump has said and expressed in the past. Most famously, declaring that cannabis legalization should be a state issue. What he is pushing now directly negates that previously spoken belief.

“I think it certainly has to be a state—I have not smoked it—it’s got to be a state decision … I do like it, you know, from a medical standpoint … it does do pretty good things,” Trump said on the 2016 campaign trail. “But from the other standpoint, I think that it should be up to the states.”

Donald Trump also previously spoke in favor of the STATES Act, a bipartisan bill that protects legal cannabis states from federal interference.

When asked if he supported the legislation filed by Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren and Republican Senator Cory Gardner, he said “I really do. I support Senator Gardner.” Trump said in 2018. “I know exactly what he’s doing. We’re looking at it. But I probably will end up supporting that, yes.”

To add fuel to the already ablaze fire, President Trump was heard in a leaked audio clip say that he believes smoking cannabis makes you lose IQ points, though experts seem to disagree.

This rider has been renewed every year since 2014, however, it has faced scrutiny in the past, with President Obama asking for it to be removed during his time in office.

Trump is choosing to take it a step further than Obama by stating he could ignore any medical marijuana protections provided by Congress. This was revealed in his large-scale spending legislation released in December.

The President wrote in a signing statement “Division B, section 531 of the Act provides that the Department of Justice may not use any funds made available under this Act to prevent implementation of medical marijuana laws by various States and territories.” Trump continues by saying “My Administration will treat this provision consistent with the President’s constitutional responsibility to faithfully execute the laws of the United States.”

By calling out this rider specifically, Trump is vaguely saying he believes his administration can enforce federal drug laws that interfere with the state’s laws, even though there is a provision saying he can’t.

Trump’s fiscal year 2021 budget also includes a rider that prohibits Washington D.C. from using local tax dollars to regulate the legal sale of cannabis.

Donald Trump has given the cannabis community good reason to believe that he supports them and their cause. These recent actions and statements may prove otherwise.


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 20, 2020
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for February 20th, 2020. 

On the Site 

Sol Global’s CannCure Takes Next Step For Reverse Takeover

SOL Global Investments Corp. (CSE: SOL) (OTCPK: SOLCF) portfolio company CannCure Investments has entered into a definitive business combination agreement with Goldstream Minerals Inc.  The deal was previously announced in January and the companies are planning a reverse takeover of Goldstream by CannCure.

FDA’s CBD Budget Could Increase by $5 Million

President Trump’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2021, should he gain re-election and have the opportunity to present it to Congress, allocates an additional $5 million to the Food and Drug Administration specifically for further regulation and law enforcement pertaining to cannabis and cannabis-derived products. This is the first time that CBD has been mentioned in a federal budget proposal.

In Other News

National Access Cannabis Corp. Changes Name

Canadian cannabis retail giant, National Access Cannabis Corp. (TSXV: META), has announced that its shareholders have approved all resolutions that were put in front of them, including a special resolution to change the company name to Meta Growth Corp.

“Our name change allows us to align our corporate brand with our retail brand, and reflects the Company’s evolution from medicinal to recreational cannabis,” said Mark Goliger, CEO of Meta Growth.

Clever Leaves Launches New Platform 

Multi-national cannabis operator, Clever Leaves, has launched a direct-to-business sales platform called Clever Leaves 360. The platform will offer medical-grade cannabis extracts and finished products for different industries throughout the world like cosmetics, pharma, consumer products, and pets.


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 19, 2020
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for February 19th, 2020. 

On the Site

Cannabis Sustainability: Minimize Wastewater

Drought and water shortages are an expensive reality in some of the best cannabis-growing regions. As a result, water conservation practices help reduce water waste and overall operations costs, particularly for commercial grows.

Use Cannabis? Spotlight on Driving Unimpaired

The article went in-depth on what those who are pulled over with medical cannabis in Florida should do. Drivers must be able to produce a valid medical cannabis card. In other words, don’t leave your card at home. Drivers should also not drive with hemp/CBD without a certificate of analysis in the vehicle as well.

Zenabis to Produce Sparkling Beverages

Zenabis Global Inc. (TSX: ZENA)  announced details of its cannabis derivative product strategy and execution, including entering into an agreement with a Canadian beverage manufacturer to produce a range of cannabis-infused beverages.

The initial launch of cannabis-infused sparkling water beverages under the HYTN brand is listed with all Zenabis’ Provincial counterparties, with strong indicative demand. The first shipment of the initial four flavors of the cannabis-infused sparkling water beverages expected in Q2 2020.

Australis Kills Folium Deal

Australis Capital Inc. (CSE: AUSA) (OTC: AUSAF) terminated a proposed merger with Folium Equity Holding LLC and Folium Merger Sub, LLC.

Australis had sent warning signs that the company may not move forward with the deal in corporate meeting notes that surfaced on Google. In those notes, Dowty said, “It was concerning with the multiple lawsuits and all of the stuff on social media. After due diligence and getting to know the team at folium, we felt comfortable you know, with where they are going.”

Move Over Impossible Burger, The CBD Burger Is Next On The Menu

Even though the FDA has expressed its displeasure at adding CBD to food, that hasn’t stopped hamburger chains from tossing in some cannabidiol to enhance their burgers.

Carl’s Jr. became the first fast-food chain to sell a CBD burger for one day at one of its franchises in Denver, Colorado. That has sparked Colorado-based Illegal Burger to offer what it calls its biggest differentiator, “its exclusive line of CBD products.”

In Other News

TILT Holdings Revamps C-Suite

TILT Holdings has appointed interim CEO Mark Scatterday as the permanent CEO of the company. Tim Condor has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer, adding the title of President, effective immediately.

Tilray Stocks at a Low

Tilray (TLRY) has been one of the worst-performing stocks in the cannabis market in the last year. After their IPO price rising to $300 from $17, their luck ran dry and shares recently hit a low around $15. Estimates from analysts predict Tilray’s stock to fall.


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 18, 2020
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Its time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for February 18th, 2020. 

On the Site

2020 Top 11 Most Effective Cannabis PR Firms

The cannabis industry is one of the most unique and restricted industries in general, but when it comes to advertising, marketing, and public relations, it stands alone in its capabilities and the landscape in which to operate. Green Market report compiled a list of the 11 most effective companies. The list is as follows: ICR Strategic Communications & Advisory, MATTIO Communications, CMW Media, KCSA Strategic Communications, Rosen Group, GVM Communications, 5W Public Relations, Grasslands Agency, Nison Co, Coppertop Media Relations, Lola Red.

Constellation Brands Executive Joins Napa Valley House of Saka

House of Saka, a Napa Valley-based company that makes an alcohol free infused beverage (it can’t be described as an infused wine) has hired Sue Bachorski as its Chief Operating and Financial Officer. Bachorski is a wine and spirits veteran who previously spent nearly three decades as a Senior Operations and Finance Executive at Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE: STZ).

At House of Saka, she will oversee operations, logistics, and finance for the company’s Saka Vinfusions as it continues to expand its portfolio of products as well as its national footprint. 

Digipath Reports 26% Increase In Revenue

Cannabis testing and analytics firm Digipath, Inc. (OTCQB: DIGP) reported a 26% increase in revenue to $808,930 for the first quarter of 2020 ending December 31, 2019. This is compared to $642,115 in the first quarter of 2019, and gross profit of $403,449, which rose approximately 152% over the comparative quarter in 2019. The company was able to trim its first-quarter net loss to $220,427 versus $462,174 for the same time period in 2018, an improvement of $241,747, or 52%.

House of Hemp: Could Hemp Disrupt the Building Sector?

While hemp has been used as a building material in Europe for more than 30 years, it’s only beginning to gain ground in the U.S.

American entrepreneurs are turning hemp fibers into wood, concrete, and insulation. There are no limits on the scope of this growing green industry. Manufacturers intend to deliver materials to residential, commercial, and industrial builders.

In Other News

GL Brands to Begin Trading on the OTCQB Venture Market

The cannabis consumer packed goods company excitedly announced today that it will begin trading on the OTCQB Venture Market. CEO Carlos Frias comments: “Qualifying for the OTCQB is a benchmark event, pairing increased transparency with increased access to opportunities and partnerships in line with our vision for explosive growth in the rapidly expanding cannabis industry.”


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 18, 2020
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House of Saka, a Napa Valley-based company that makes an alcohol free infused beverage (it can’t be described as an infused wine) has hired Sue Bachorski as its Chief Operating and Financial Officer. Bachorski is a wine and spirits veteran who previously spent nearly three decades as a Senior Operations and Finance Executive at Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE: STZ).

“After spending my career in the alcohol beverage industry, I am eager to bring my knowledge and experience to the cannabis industry – especially in the infused beverage sector,” stated Bachorski. “I am thrilled with the opportunity to join the House of Saka and I am eager to help the company continue to carve out its niche in this exciting space.”

At House of Saka, she will oversee operations, logistics, and finance for the company’s Saka Vinfusions as it continues to expand its portfolio of products as well as its national footprint. As a wine and spirits expert, Bachorski has also worked as an SVP at Global Wine & Spirits, which supported 24 production locations in 5 countries including Supply and Demand Planning, Procurement, Logistics, Warehousing and Distribution, Environmental Health and Safety, Quality and Research and Development.  She also served as SVP & CFO Pacific Wine Partners where she led her teams through multiple acquisitions, business combinations, and organizational re-alignments.

“A talent acquisition such as Sue’s is paramount to delivering on House of Saka’s mission to produce and market the best-selling, most highly-regarded infused beverages in North America,” explained Tracey Mason, co-founder, and CEO for House of Saka, Inc. “We believe this addition to our team will provide the additional know-how and competitive advantage we need to flourish for years to come.”

House of Saka

House of Saka has two beverages at this time, Pink (which looks a lot like a rose type of beverage) and White. The Pink recently won third place in the December Emerald Cup Beverage category, which was the brand’s first entry into a competition. The product uses a nano-emulsion technology in which cannabis oil is broken down into microscopic, water-soluble and self-homogenizing particles, which allows for immediate absorption through the mouth and stomach lining for rapid onset. House of Saka’s experience begins approximately 5 to 15 minutes after consumption, so users get immediate feedback on how to self-dose. The products are only available in California at select dispensaries at this time.

The company also plans a line of infused beauty and wellness products under the banner House of Saka Beauty. The company boasts an all-female leadership team guided by an all-female advisory board with more than 100 years of collective experience in wine, cannabis and luxury branding.

Infused Beverages

According to a recent report on the global cannabis-based ‘alcoholic beverages market,’ this sector, which includes non-alcoholic cannabis-infused beers, wines, and spirits, is expected to grow by 19% or $155 million between 2020 and 2024 making it the fastest-growing segment of the cannabis industry. Constellation Brands was one of the first companies to eye this trend when it made a huge investment in Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC). However, the investment may have been too big and too soon as Constellation has since written off a large sum of the investment and fired the company’s CEO Bruce Linton.

The writedown of Canopy Growth hasn’t scared away others. Molson Coors Brewing’s Canadian unit formed a joint venture with medical marijuana producer Hydropothecary Corp. to produce a  nonalcoholic cannabis-infused beverage. Breakthru Beverage Group, the alcohol wholesale business co-led by  Blackhawks Chairman Rocky Wirtz, said it would invest $9.2 million in Canadian cannabis producer CannTrust.

Editors Note: Green Market Report’s Co-Founder Cynthia Salarizadeh is a Co-founder of House of Saka and Editor-in-Chief Debra Borchardt is on the Advisory Board.

 


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 13, 2020
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Its time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for February 13th, 2020. 

On the Site

Meet the Weedy Award Finalists 

The founder and Editor of WeedWeek, Alex Halperin, has created the Weedy Awards, with winners being announced on February 28th in Hollywood. Awards will be presented in categories like best grow, the most socially responsible company, the best delivery company, the best edibles, and the people’s choice cannabis celebrity. 

Aurora Cannabis Stock Slides as Revenue Falls

Canadian-based Aurora Cannabis Inc. (NYSE: ACB) saw its shares falling in early trading after the company said that revenues fell in the second quarter of fiscal 2020 ending December 31, 2019. Aurora reported that its total net revenue reported in Canadian dollars fell 26% sequentially to $56 million in the second quarter from $75 million in the first quarter of 2020. It was higher than the 2018’s second quarter, which delivered net revenue of $54 million.

Neptune Wellness Delivers Solid Quarter as Sales Increase

Neptune Wellness Solutions Inc.  (NASDAQ: NEPT) (TSX: NEPT) announced its financial results for its fiscal third-quarter ending December 31, 2019. Total revenues for Neptune were $9.1 million, a sequential increase of $2.6 million or 41% over the second quarter ended September 30, 2019. This was also an increase of $2.6 million or 40% compared to $6,538 for the three-month period ended December 31, 2018. 

In Other News

SLANG Worldwide Partners with Cali Cannabis Cookie Company 

SLANG Worldwide Inc. (CNSX: SLNG), leading cannabis consumer packaged goods company, has partnered with Cookies, a leading California-based cannabis brand. 

Pursuant to the deal, SLANG will bring Cookies’ products to the Oregon market. 

Cresco Labs Expands C-suite

Cresco Labs will name marketer Greg Butler as its first-ever Chief Commercial Officer. Butler has past supported the brand in a CMO capacity, developing the commercial growth strategy for the brand. He has strong plans to develop Cresco’s market in 2020, as well as promoting diversity and social equity in the cannabis space. 


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 12, 2020
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Its time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for February 12th, 2020. 

On the Site

Kentucky Hemp Farmer Files For Bankruptcy 

GenCanna Global USA, Inc. filed a petition for voluntary Chapter 11 reorganization with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky. The filing will allow GenCanna to continue to operate its business without interruption to customers, vendors, partners, and employees while working through a reorganization plan that could include the refinancing of the company’s existing indebtedness, or an alternative restructuring transaction such as a sale.

Despite Layoffs, Cannabis Industry Job Growth Continues to Boom

Companies in the cannabis industry have faced a series of layoffs in 2019 and early 2020. Though many jobs were cut, the industry continues to grow at a rapid pace. Its addition of roughly 30,000 jobs last year qualifies it as the fastest-growing job sector in the United States.  

In Other News

Kentucky Medical Cannabis Bill One Step Closer to Reality

Kentucky’s House committee overwhelmingly approved a bill legalizing medical marijuana in the state. The bill, however, might face a snag in the Senate, where there is less enthusiasm about medical cannabis coming into play in Kentucky. Opponents of the bill claim more research is needed before it can safely pass into law for use.


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 12, 2020
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Amid layoffs appearing as a constant, The Supreme Cannabis Company is the latest in the industry to let a percentage of its staff go. Last night after the market’s close, the company announced a 15% layoff, releasing a third of corporate positions and 13% of its operational ones. This report comes after the announcements of companies like Tilray and Aurora also slashing jobs. 

All hope is not lost though in the ganja workforce. Leafly found 243,700 full-time-equivalent (FTE) jobs in the United States that are supported by legal cannabis as of January 2020. That is a 15% annual increase. 

This data was reported in Leafly’s fourth annual Cannabis Jobs Report. Even more encouraging, the report shows that the industry created 33,700 new jobs nationwide in 2019, effectively making it the fastest-growing job arena in the United States. 

According to the report, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, and Illinois are leading the fight in terms of employment expansion. Massachusetts recently celebrated the one year anniversary of legalizing cannabis for adult-use in the state and added 10,226 jobs to boot. Oklahoma saw a 221% growth in 2019, supporting 9,412 full-time jobs. Illinois adult-use market rolled out on the first of the year, and early 2020 data shows this is already a $470 million annual market supporting 9,176 jobs.

An interesting tidbit of information, Massachusetts has more cannabis industry workers than hairstylists and cosmetologists, and Illinois has twice the number of cannabis industry workers than they do meat packers. When compared to other industries, it is truly amazing to see the creation of jobs in the United States by the industry, as well as the cannabis industry’s growth in general. 

Though the previously mentioned states take the prize for the fastest job growth, California is still America’s largest cannabis employer. However, Colorado may be the nation’s biggest per-capita cannabis job market. With California offering one job per 980 residents, Colorado supplies one job per 165 residents. 

Colorado is also passing Washington state in terms of jobs. Though both states legalized cannabis for adult-use in 2012, Colorado supplies nearly 10,000 more jobs than Washington state, despite Washington’s population containing nearly 2 million more residents. 

Despite cannabis job expansion’s rapid growth in most of the country, California and Michigan suffered technical job losses. 

Leafly’s experts estimate that their job markets fell due to changes in laws and regulations. In California, an estimated 8,000 jobs moved from legal to non-legal status, but as mentioned before it is still America’s largest cannabis job provider. Michigan’s new regulatory processes pushed hundreds of legally operating dispensaries into illicit status. 

Leafly started their annual job counts four years ago, upon the discovery that federal and state labor economists do not account for state-legal cannabis jobs in their employment reports. The reason? Federal prohibition. The NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes classify cannabis retail stores in the same category as art supply stores, hot tub stores, and auction houses. While cannabis cultivators have the same job code as hay farmers and agave growers. 

It is important to note that this report does not include jobs created by CBD since it’s recent change in legal status. Because the regulations for CBD differ from state-legal cannabis, there is no data to build from yet.


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 10, 2020
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Cannabis, to some, is seen as a risky market. Bankers, the government, and society, in general, all have their own hesitations with the industry. This rings true for investors, too.

Some financial experts are adamant about the importance of investing in cannabis. Those who believe in the industry feel it has a long life ahead of it. 

Others say beware of investing in cannabis at all costs. Due to the “trendiness” of the industry, they are certain it will die out. Not to mention, cannabis’s federally illegal substance is a turn-off for many.

2019 was a rough year for cannabis. Stocks plummeted, just one hurdle of many in the year, and sent some potential investors running. Even big players Aurora Cannabis (ACB), Canopy Growth (CGC) (WEED), and Cronos Group (CRON) fell 52.7%, 32.6%, and 37.4%, respectively, as of a Market Realist article published last November.

Capital in cannabis seemed, and was, tight.

Green Market Report had the pleasure of catching up with Jon Trauben, a partner of Altitude Investment Management, to try and decipher exactly what investors are looking for before they put their coins into cannabis in 2020.

Altitude Investment Management has collaborated with companies like Canndescent, The Green Organic Dutchman, and Grassroots.

Trauben explains that in order for the purse strings to loosen up again in 2020, investors need to see companies “meeting or exceeding their business plan and financial projections” for 2-3 quarters of the year. He goes on to say that cannabis companies need to first prove its ability to operate profitably and efficiently before investors want to take the plunge.

He adds that growth-stage companies with a proven strategy who are on the way, or already at, a profitable point in their business are the current focus for investors. “Scale, a moat and a strong management team are absolutely key attributes”, he says.

Yale Insights interviewed two Yale alumni in November of 2018. The pair formed Privateer Holdings, a private equity firm dedicated to cannabis. They explain in order for their company to make an investment, they “spend a lot of time looking at risk management, how these companies operate and brand.” They add that their company wants to see brands not focused on one state alone, but rather be a brand that can be successful in multiple states, and even countries.

Trauben sheds light on what he anticipates as a cold point for cannabis investors in 2020. He says that Altitude Investment Management believes hemp cultivation will go through a “boom and a bust cycle.” He reiterates that “the basic companies participating and servicing the industry that are executing their business plan” are the hottest points investors are searching for. “I know that’s not sexy,” says Trauben, “but it is fundamental.”


Kaitlin DomangueKaitlin DomangueFebruary 6, 2020
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for February 6th, 2020. 

On the Site

Planet 13 Cafe Is Paying Off As Sales Stay Strong

 

Las Vegas-based cannabis dispensary Planet 13 Holdings Inc. (CSE: PLTH) (OTCQX: PLNHF) reported record-breaking January sales driven by strong traffic and attributed it to the company’s newly opened cafe and event space. The company said that the average ticket size was approximately $100. Planet 13 said that January revenue was ~10% higher than the seasonally slow months of November and December.

CBD Craze Sparks ‘Weed Washing’ Trend

 

Remember the term ‘pinkwashing’? Where companies slapped a pink ribbon on just about anything and claimed to be donating lots of money to breast cancer research? It’s happening again, but this time it’s in the cannabis industry.

“Weed washing” is a disturbing trend that appears to be most dominant in the beauty industry and refers to the act of adding hemp oil that does not contain CBD or only contains a minuscule, non-therapeutic amount to a product in order to capitalize on CBD’s popularity and high price point. 

Psychedelic Clinic Company Field Trip Raises $8.5 Million

 

Psychedelic clinic company Field Trip Psychedelics Inc. closed its oversubscribed Series A financing round. The financing, which was completed through a private placement, raised $8.5 million for the company.

The company said the funds will be used to execute the initial stages of Field Trip’s strategic plan to build out the world’s first network of medical centers focused exclusively on psychedelic-enhanced psychotherapy. In addition to that, the financing will help fund the final construction of its research and cultivation facility at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica. 

South Carolina Kicks Off Hemp Farming Season

 

The South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA) said that it will begin accepting applications for hemp farming, handling and processing permits for the 2020 growing season starting Feb. 1, 2020. Now in its third year, South Carolina’s hemp farming program has grown from 20 farmers in 2018 to 114 permitted farmers and 43 processors at the end of the 2019 season. 

Requirements to receive a hemp farming permit include:

  • Proof of South Carolina residency
  • Criminal background check
  • $100 nonrefundable application fee and $1,000 permit fee
  • GPS coordinates of all locations on which hemp will be grown
  • Attending an SCDA orientation and signing a Hemp Farming Agreement prior to possessing any hemp, including clones and seeds

In Other News

Aurora Cannabis Appoints Two New Independent Directors

 

Lance Friedmann and Michael Detlefsen have been appointed as two new directors for the Canadian cannabis company, Aurora Cannabis. The two have held roles with Kraft Foods and Pomegranate Capital Advisors, respectively. 

Aurora Cannabis Executive Chairman and Interim CEO Michael Singer stated, “We are pleased to welcome Lance Friedmann and Michael Detlefsen as independent members to the board at this critical time in our transformation. We expect to see cannabinoids grow as a category in consumer products and believe their depth of experience and strong track records of successful brand development and operational business transformation will provide helpful insights to our executive team. With the addition of Messrs. Friedmann and Detlefsen, Aurora has expanded its Board, independent directors.”

KushCo Holdings Announces $16 Million Registered Direct Offering

 

KushCo Holdings has announced its entrance to a definitive agreement with investors purchasing stock in the company. The agreement includes 10,000,000 units, with each unit representing one share of common stock. The transaction was set for $0.001 per share, and a warrant to purchase half a share of common stock, at an offering price of $1.60 per unit, pursuant to a registered direct offering.



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