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Endexx to Present at the Accredited Members Conference

Endexx to Present Cutting-Edge Compliance Solutions for Medical Marijuana Industry

CAVE CREEK, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Endexx Corporation (OTC Pink: EDXC) (PINKSHEETS: EDXC), a provider of innovative medical marijuana management and technology solutions, announced today that it has been invited to present at the upcoming Accredited Members (AMI) Conference. The conference will be held on June 3, 2014 at Security Service Field, home of the Colorado Sky Sox, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Event: Accredited Members (AMI) Conference

Date: June 3, 2014

Location: Security Service Field
4385 Tutt Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO 80922

"We are looking forward to sharing with investors our cutting-edge solutions to promote compliance in the medical and legalized marijuana industry, where regulations in many states are tightening to resemble those in the pharmaceutical industry," said Todd Davis, Founder and CEO of Endexx Corporation. "We will be highlighting our recently launched m3hub, the industry's first seed-to-sale tracking database developed based on technology and processes used in the pharmacological industry. We will also be showcasing AutoSpense™, our state-of-the art inventory control and dispensing machine, which provides real time accounting and tracking data and vault-level security."

To arrange a one-on-one meeting with Endexx management, please contact Robert Haag at [email protected] or 1-866-976-4784.

About Endexx
Endexx provides innovative medical marijuana management and technology solutions. The Company has two products that launched in the first half of 2014 -- the m3hub and the Autospense™. Both products provide essential solutions to promote regulatory compliance and full accountability through "seed to sale" inventory management and tracking. Based on principles developed by the pharmacological industry, the m3hub database is the first standardized software platform for tracking pharmaceutical grade marijuana to support a Centralized Medical Marijuana Industry Repository and maintain compliance with the laws of the federal government and state and local regulatory bodies. The Autospense™ is a high-tech marijuana inventory control and dispensing machine, which provides up to the minute accounting details and protects the security of the product as well as the patient. By automating the dispensing process, Autospense™ increases productivity and reduces costs for marijuana retailers, while enhancing their service quality by reducing transaction time for customers. www.endexx.com, www.m3hub.com, www.autospense.com

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