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LONDON, February 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

It's no secret that crypto incubators and hedge funds get access to the best deals because of their inside connections. But, now, for a short time there is a way for regular investors to ride on the coat tails of one of the most connected teams in crypto. Right in your brokerage account. Included in today's commentary: Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ:AMD), Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT), Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC), Nvidia Corporation (NYSE:NVDA).

In short: The team behind Global Blockchain Technologies (BLOC; BLKCF) could be one of the best ways to play the crypto boom.

The company is the world's first blockchain private equity fund, an incubator for new crypto up-and-comers.

Most importantly, it's overseen by the co-founder of Ethereum, Steven Nerayoff.

He's as connected as they come... and helped Ethereum go from zero to over $100 BILLION.

Not only does the Global Blockchain team invest in the best, brightest and most profitable crypto projects. It also incubates new and upcoming crypto and blockchain firms.

Blockchain technology is set to revolutionize every major industry. It's time for smart investors to pay attention and Global Blockchain (BLOC; BLKCF) is the perfect place to start.

#1 How Does Global Blockchain Get the Blockchain Projects? 

Blockchain technology is used in the crypto-currency world. It allows cryptos to bypass traditional middle-men (banks, financial firms, hedge funds) and sets up secure, linked interactive collaborative networks for the quick and easy flow of information and money.

Bitcoin may be a bubble, but blockchain is going to disrupt everything. In financial services alone it's being applied in brokerages, exchanges, merchants, middleware... and much more.

Global Blockchain gives investors exposure to this booming industry. The company has built a basket of crypto-currency and blockchain investments.

The company's team of blockchain experts choose 12 or more crypto-currency tokens to incubate and will take equity and a percentage of the founder's tokens in return.

In some cases, the only way to get access to the value of these tokens early is to invest in Global Blockchain. The team at Global Blockchain knows the token world inside and out.

Steve Nerayoff was a senior adviser for the crypto-currency Ethereum when it was first launched: since then, the currency has risen 94,000 percent. Nerayoff also designed the Ethereum crowdsale, which funded the project, and went on to advise Lisk crypto-currency, now with a market cap of $526 million.

President Shidan Gouran is a blockchain expert with a long track record of spotting successful crypto-currencies.

#2 They Make the Investments 

Last year, crypto-currencies and blockchain stocks burst on to the scene, taking investors by surprise. Now, everyone wants to get in on the action.

But investing in crypto currencies can be dangerous. Different coins are highly volatile, and values can change in the blink of an eye.

Global Blockchain (BLOC; BLKCF) invests in a basket of holdings in the Blockchain space, giving it smart exposure to the entire sector.

In return for incubating specific tokens, Global Blockchain receives equity, allowing it to profit down the line as the token picks up value.

#3 The BLOC Strategy 

Right now, some very large crypto-currency tokens are hogging the spotlight.

Bitcoin has a market cap of $157 billion, while Ethereum comes in at $109 billion and Ripple at $38 billion.

But there's still lots of room for growth. The amount of the world's wealth held in crypto-currency is very, very small: less than 0.5 percent.

While these larger, more expensive cryptos get all the attention, there's real potential in medium and small cap tokens.

Smaller coins bring higher returns. Verge, a crypto with a market cap of $864 million, has delivered a ROI of 203,049 percent to its investors.

Other tokens, like PIVX, Einsteinium, ReddCoin and Stellar are also high earners: they've all brought ROIs of more than 10,000 percent.

In fact, the average price gains from the top ten small-cap tokens is more than 30,000 percent!

Global Blockchain (BLOC; BLKCF) goes after these types of small cap currencies.

And the insights of the company's team gives them the experience to choose the tokens most likely to have success, sifting through the hundreds of small cap tokens.

#4 Securing Start-Ups 

Global Blockchain (BLOC; BLKCF) has also positioned itself as an incubator for token start-ups.

As the only "crypto hedge fund" in the business, it can get in on the ground floor with tokens before they reach the ICO stage.

For example: Global Blockchain was one of the first buyers of Kodak Coin, a brand-new token from the legendary camera and film company.

Global Blockchain was offered 8 million KodakCoins as part of a pre-ICO sale, which the company secured at a huge discount for only $2 million.

In connection to its KodakCoin investment, Global Blockchain is partnering with Overstock.com and its subsidiary tZero to facilitate the KodakCoin ICO.

With tZero setting up a secure platform for KodakCoin, which will make the token more readily available and compliant with SEC regulations, Global Blockchain is to provide advisory services.

The platform will provide a secure way to facilitate ICOS in a way that is regulated and secure.

And with each innovation, BLOC stock ticks higher and higher.

#5 Major Opportunity 

The crypto market realized huge gains in 2017. And it's just getting started.

Large cap tokens like Ethereum, small-caps like Verge, and start-up ICOs like KodakCoin are revolutionizing the international financial system.

And Global Blockchain (BLOC; BLKCF) is one company that has the expertise, the strategy and tools available to make that value accessible for the investor.

The exposure gained from Global Blockchain's diverse portfolio and its stake in new crypto start-ups allows it to offer opportunities that investors can find nowhere else.

Don't miss out on the blockchain revolution... especially when you can get exposure to experience, tokens and projects with one simple stock investment in Global Blockchain (BLOC; BLKCF).
By. Joao Piexe

Honorable Mentions:

Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ:AMD) is Nvidia's biggest competitor. The company has developed a cult following among gamers, leading to many a Reddit debate. AMD's groundbreaking technology not only rivals that of Nvidia, some even argue that it outperforms it. As the two square off, one of the key areas to keep an eye on is in the GPU race.

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is a leader in multiple fields of technology. The forward-thinking industry giant is the backbone of many laptops and PCs running the Windows operating system. The company has been so successful in its deal-making and advertising that it is impossible to escape its influence.

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is one of the most innovative and well-known companies within the tech sector, but with its Xbox video game system, the company has made waves in the gaming world. Microsoft's Xbox Live gave gamers a way to communicate, face off, or make purchases on an entirely new platform.

Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) One of the biggest bankers in the U.S. is embracing the revolution in artificial intelligence. Along with 'big data,' AI, and blockchain tech will completely change the way markets are monitored, assets are managed, and trades performed.

Nvidia Corporation (NYSE:NVDA): Nvidia is one of the hottest stocks on the market right now, and the top performer across the entire S&P 500. This stock has gone in only one direction-up. NVDA designs graphics processing units for the gaming and professional markets, as well as system on a chip units for the mobile computing and automotive market. Nvidia's chips are the best out there-at least the fastest.

By. Ian Jenkins

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Forward-Looking Information 

This news release contains "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Forward-looking information includes, but is not limited to the rate of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology adoption and the resultant effect on the growth of the global cryptocurrency and tokens market capitalization; Global Blockchain Technologies Corp.'s ("BLOC") anticipated ability to reduce risk for investors and give investors exposure to a broad cross-section of the blockchain ecosystem; BLOC's projected asset allocations, business strategy and investment criteria, including the anticipated contributions of BLOC's incubator program; the expected strengths and contributions of BLOC's management and advisors; and the rate of cryptocurrency adoption and the resultant effect on the growth of the global cryptocurrency market capitalization.. These forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and other factors that may cause the actual results of BLOC to be materially different from those expressed by such forward-looking information, including but not limited to: risks related to changes in cryptocurrency prices; the estimation of personnel and operating costs; that BLOC will receive required regulatory approvals; the availability of necessary financing; permitting of businesses that BLOC intends to invest in; general global markets and economic conditions; uninsurable risks; risks associated with currency fluctuations; risks associated with competition faced in securing experienced personnel; risks associated with changes in the financial auditing and corporate governance standards applicable to cryptocurrencies and ICO's; risks related to potential conflicts of interest; the reliance on key personnel; financing, capitalization and liquidity risks including the risk that the financings necessary to fund continued development of BLOC's business plan may not be available on satisfactory terms, or at all; the risk of dilution through the issuance of additional common shares of BLOC; the risk of litigation; the risk that BLOC's management and advisors may not contribute as much as expected to the company's success; the risk and the risk that cyber-crime may severely damage the value of any or all of BLOC's investments. There may be many other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information.

BLOC has no assets except cash from a recently closed financing and this article is based on the business plan of BLOC which at this point is purely conceptual in nature. There is no assurance that the business plan will be implemented as set out herein, or at all.

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