Fastbase. (“The Company”, “we” and “our”) (OTC: FBSE) announced today that it has acquired 24.5% of Etheralabs LLC, a New York City based venture lab and ecosystem that invests in, builds and implements disruptive technologies across the Blockchain area.
Fastbase CEO Rasmus Refer said: “Etheralabs LLC’s disruptive technology and products are in line with fastbase’s mission to become the world’s leading data provider. Fastbase’s vision is always to be first with the most superior technologies to collect, analyze and provide data to companies to empower sales and marketing. Fastbase are already using advanced crawler technology, AI and with the acquisition of 24.5% stake in Etheralabs LLC, Fastbase can now access the latest blockchain technology to empower data distribution. As early as May, we expect to be able to make use of the new blockchain technology and distribute billions of data quickly and securely between companies all over the world.”
Bryan Feinberg, CEO and Founder of Etheralabs, said: “Fastbase capabilities combined with our background in transforming large data ecosystems into living communities create a definitive way to leverage our background to accelerate Fastbase into one of the world’s leading data analytics companies. Together with Fastbase will we develop completely new data platforms that will change the way you view and use data.”
About Etheralabs LLC
Etheralabs is New York City based venture lab and ecosystem that invests in, builds, and deploys disruptive technologies across the Blockchain landscape. Etheralabs fast-tracks ideas into solutions that help high-growth companies with a focus on capital appreciation and scale via early-stage identification and accelerated resource deployment. The acceleration model lays the foundation for taking promising IP from both concept to company and from revenue to profitability, culminating in a fully functioning portfolio venture that is ready to attract follow-on funding, an acquisition partner, or to operate as a standalone company.
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