BARTLESVILLE, OK, Feb. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Inolife Technologies Inc. (OTC: INOL) announced today that it has closed the Tri-Merger between Inolife Technologies Inc., Inolife Technologies Operations, and Bitcoin Generation.
According to the Tri-Merger Agreement as filed with the State of Oklahoma, the OTC and Regulators, Bitcoin Generation Inc. is the issuer successor to Inolife Technologies Inc. per section 1081 (g) of the OCGL.
The company will proceed with the FINRA request to change its name to Bitcoin Generation Inc. as well as request new ticker symbol. The company issued a total of 770,000,000 common shares resulting in a total of 850,537,176 common shares issued and outstanding and 10,000 Preferred F issued and outstanding. No options, or warrants are outstanding.
Bitcoin Generation Inc. is a company specializing in the development of Blockchain technology application, crypto currency mining, and crypto currency trading. The company has also issued and owns 21 million Bitcoin Generation Token as well as 4.5 billion Bitachon Token. The Bitcoin Generation Token and Bitachon tokens are ERC20 Tokens deployed on the Ethereum Blockchain.
“The crypto currency market is growing at such a rapid place and now being accepted by the mainstream market, which will further contribute to its growth,” said Deniz Hadjiev, President and CEO of Bitcoin Generation Inc. “As a public company, we enable the exposure to the crypto currency market for investors without all the inherent risks currently associated with these markets.”
About Bitcoin Generation Inc.
Bitcoin Generation Inc. is an Oklahoma corporation incorporated on December 21, 2017. The company specializes in the development of blockchain technology application, crypto currency mining, and crypto currency trading. The company owns 21 million Bitcoin Generation Token as well as 4.5 billion Bitachon Token.
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