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SEC Subpoenas MicroCap Public Company Following Claimed Blockchain Pivot

Long Blockchain Corp. (OTC: LBCC) has had a roller coaster few years. The company, formerly know as Long Island Iced Tea, uplisted from the OTC to the Nasdaq in 2016. Since uplisting, the company pivoted away from iced tea and into blockchain, was de-listed from the Nasdaq, and is currently listed on the OTC Pink “No Information.” Because LBCC is currently delinquent

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Last Eight Months Have Been a Roller-Coaster For MicroCap Crypto Companies

Starting in late 2017, many microcap companies pivoted to blockchain or crypto business models. In a similar fashion to the microcap companies that pivoted to cannabis a few years ago, companies who entered the crypto business saw their stock prices pop. We’ve compiled some of our most popular articles on MicroCap Crypto Companies below.   August 2017 – SEC Suspends

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Nasdaq To Delist Long Blockchain With Trading To Move To OTC Markets

On Tuesday, Long Blockchain Corp. (NasdaqCM: LBCC) announced that the Company received a delisting determination letter from the Hearings Panel of The Nasdaq Stock Market relating to the Company’s common stock. In December, Long Island Iced Tea Corp. rebranded as “Long Blockchain Corp.” and saw its stock price rise to highs of about $10. LBCC currently sits at around $1 with

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Long Blockchain At Risk of Nasdaq Removal

At the end of 2017, Long Island Iced Tea changed its name to Long Blockchain (NASDAQ: LBCC). Long Blockchain, whose business had primarily been selling soft drinks, said it would seek to partner with or invest in companies that develop the decentralized ledgers known as blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin. Upon announcing its move into blockchain, LBCC spiked from

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Long Blockchain Will Not Proceed with Public Offering

At the end of 2017,  Long Island Iced Tea changed its name to Long Blockchain (NASDAQ: LBCC). Long Blockchain, whose business had primarily been selling soft drinks, said it would seek to partner with or invest in companies that develop the decentralized ledgers known as blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin. On January 5th, LBCC announced the signing of subscription agreements

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MicroCap Companies Jump Into Crypto (and their stock prices jump)

Last week, everyone was talking about Long Island Iced Tea changing its name to Long Blockchain. Long Blockchain, who was primarily in the business of selling soft drinks, saw a big jump in their stock price. Long Blockchain isn’t the only microcap company jumping on the block chain bandwagon. In a recent Bloomberg article, the author looks at other companies that

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