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GreenStar Payment Solutions, Inc. Announces National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) Membership

Joint Venture Among SinglePoint, Inc., Advanced Content Services and GreenHouse Payment Solutions Makes Strides Toward Growth in Preparation for NCIA's Cannabis Business Summit 2014

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/14 -- Advanced Content Services, Inc. (OTC: ADCS) and SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING) are pleased to announce that GreenStar Payment Solutions, Inc. has been accepted by the National Cannabis Industry Association for membership.

GreenStar Payment Solutions, Inc. offers services and solutions to legalized marijuana business owners in compliance with the current U.S. Gov't issued guidelines. Solutions include non-cash payment solutions such as debit and credit card processing, non-cash ATMs, mobile payments, ATM machines and rewards/loyalty programs.

In line with the organization's mission, joining the National Cannabis Industry Association means being represented alongside other top businesses committed to building a strong and prosperous future for cannabis-based enterprises. In addition to enhanced political representation, NCIA membership offers unparalleled networking opportunities and elevated national brand awareness.

The National Cannabis Industry Association was founded on the principle of power in numbers. The thousands of American businesses involved the state-legal cannabis industries represent a tremendous economic force in this country. As the industry's national trade association, NCIA works every day to ensure this growing business sector is represented in a professional and coordinated way on the national stage.

GreenStar Payment Solutions is gearing up this week as an NCIA Member-Sponsor of The Cannabis Business Summit 2014 June 24-25th at the Colorado Convention Center, at which it intends to attract customers, strategic partners and prime acquisition targets in line with its goal to become a leading contender in the industry's payment solutions sector.

America's legal marijuana market is expected to bloom to $2.5 billion this year, and pass $10 billion in 2018, according to analysts with ArcView Group, a canna-business investment network.

SinglePoint CEO, Greg Lambrecht; Advanced Content Services Chairman, Mark B. Newbauer, and GreenHouse Payment Solutions' Chris Mills will be in attendance for GreenStar working the company's Expo booth and engaging business owners in the legalized marijuana sector from around the country.

The conference will feature five educational tracks designed to appeal to experienced cannabis pros, industry newcomers, and policy-minded marijuana reformers, as well as an expo floor for our member-sponsors.

As the only industry conference hosted by the industry itself, the Cannabis Business Summit features the most impressive lineup of cannabis business and policy leaders of any other event happening this year. The Summit is a must-attend event for serious cannabis professionals looking to connect with colleagues for networking and information sharing.

STOP BY THE GREENSTAR BOOTH JUNE 24 & 25 IN THE EXPO HALL. As well, Shareholders feel free to spread the word, GreenStar is currently accepting applications for sales associates in states where Cannabis is legal. Sales superstars are encouraged to apply. Set your own schedule -- attractive income potential. Email [email protected]

About GreenStar Payment Solutions, Inc.

Founded in 2014, GreenStar Payment Solutions, Inc. provides payment and merchant solutions and services to Legalized Medical and Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries in the United States. GreenStar's suite of services aims to provide dispensaries with a competitive advantage as a one-stop-shop for MJ business owners with solutions including Non-Cash Merchant Solutions, Prepaid Rewards Programs, Digital Marketing Menus and more -- all of which can increase revenue and profitability. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, GreenStar is a 33/33/33 joint venture among SinglePoint, Inc. (OTC: SING), Advanced Content Services (OTC: ADCS) and GreenHouse Payment Solutions, Inc. For more information, please email us at [email protected]

Forward-Looking Statements

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