Atlas Cloud Enterprises Inc (OTCMKTS:ATLEF) should not be overlooked by traders and investors interested in pure-play opportunities in the fascinating cryptocurrency mining market space. The company is an emerging player as, effectively, a pick-and-shovel play for entrepreneurs looking to become cryptocurrency mining professionals. The stock is beginning to pick up increasing liquidity in recent days as traders start to discover the story. The company has also been making some key moves, which has helped to foment new enthusiasm.

As a case in point, Atlas Cloud just announced the appointment of Mr. Charlie Kiser to the position of Chief Executive Officer. In addition, the company also announced that Fred Stearman, who was interim acting CEO, would be moving into the role of Chief Operating Officer.

Mr. Stearman notes, “I am delighted to welcome Charlie to the team and look forward to working closely with him as we move ahead with our strategic plans for 2018 and beyond. It’s an exciting time in our industry, and today’s announcement is further evidence of our commitment towards building a sector-leading concept and company aimed at increasing shareholder value.”

Atlas Cloud Enterprises Inc (OTCMKTS:ATLEF) offers tailored Colocation and flexible Cloud Computing options for small and medium businesses in Western Canada.

Basically, the company provides co-location, back-up/redundancy IT, telecom equipment, and cloud computing services to small and medium size businesses in Western Canada. The company offers committed space to startup technology companies, such as providing desks, chairs, high-speed Internet, meeting rooms, relevant workshops, and other office infrastructure required by such companies to grow and compete in the technology sector.

Atlas Cloud Enterprises Inc. is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

According to company materials, Atlas Cloud Enterprises Inc. is a growth-oriented, CSE-listed company focusing on the business of providing co-location and backup/redundancy IT, telecom equipment and cloud computing. Atlas Cloud will provide customers with secure power access, cooling and bandwidth to ensure co-located, back-up or Cloud systems offer minimum risk of failure. Furthermore, Atlas is focused on the blockchain sector and digital currency mining. Atlas Cloud aims to become the lowest-cost producer of digital currency mining and blockchain infrastructure.

Atlas Cloud owns a facility currently undergoing preparations for use as a digital currency mining operation located in Electric City, WA. This location currently benefits from a dedicated low-cost energy source of 3.0 MW and the Company is seeking to significantly expand its operations with the development of additional facilities offering economical, high-yield energy infrastructure opportunities.

According to the release, “Mr. Kiser is a cryptocurrency and technology veteran. Along with his 20 years of technology experience, Charlie recognized and advocated for the disruptive potential of cryptocurrencies and blockchain in 2014 when he helped take the first pure-play bitcoin and blockchain company public in North America. As the earliest public crypto company, they leveraged both an operational and holding company strategy, investing in 4 crypto start-ups; GoCoin, covering payment processing; Coin Outlet, a bitcoin ATM and distribution network; Gem, a multi factor authentication wallet, and Expresscoin, a retail cryptocurrency outlet. The company built out one of the largest eCommerce platforms that accepted digital currencies, and ultimately moved into the emerging industrial cryptocurrency mining space.”

On the financial side, ATLEF has about $1.9M in cash on the books, which stands against about $124K in total current liabilities. The company has pulled in about $365k in trailing twelve month revenues, with growth on the top-line on a quarterly year/year basis running along at a healthy 35% clip. The market now values the stock at a market cap of $12.1M.

 

 

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