A Likely New Cannabis Player Could Yield 600% ROI With $0.005 PPS Going To $0.05
New York, NY -- March 11, 2019 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire -- www.nextbigticker.com
GDET (USOTC: GDET) (GD Entertainment & Technology dba “GDET”) has a committed and bono fide cryptocurrency mining operation. This company is not just talking about building a multi-server, 24/7 mining operation. GDET has built a secure, state-of-the-art facility currently racking up a Bitcoin reserve now by adding to the Bitcoin Blockchain minute by minute. But don’t think GDET is a one trick cryptocurrency company. Anil Idnani, the GDET CEO, is a young, ambitious, high-energy entrepreneur building a much more diversified portfolio of high-growth potential enterprises under the GDET roof than just a cryptocurrency mining company. GDET recently launched the Dream Card, a service that can make any bank or credit card a premium card through a third party service. GDET has also ventured into Bitcoin ATM’s and has more innovative financial services on the horizon. However, it would be a mistake, we think, to consider GDET just a financial services high growth industry company. There are some subtle signs that Idnani is preparing for a launch into the cannabis sector. Namely, GDET has engaged a marketing firm specializing in the cannabis sector. GDET’s public disclosures include the engagement of a firm with a small portfolio of publicly traded cannabis sector companies. This seems like a clear sign that GDET will soon launch into the cannabis sector itself. Keep a close eye out. Idnani has a history of building committed and bono fide businesses. It’s a good bet that a GDET announcement would come with Idnani revealing a cannabis operation already up and running. Given the white hotness of the cannabis sector with last year’s Canadian legalization of recreational marijuana and the recent U.S. legalization of hemp farming, at $0.005, GDET wouldn’t be the first company entering the cannabis sector and seeing its PPS run from the double zeros to the mid pennies. A run from $0.005 to $0.05 would not be unprecedented. Take a look at some of the hot cannabis sector performers to get an idea of where GDET could go – for instance, HEMP (USOTC: HEMP), Pot Networks (USOTC: POTN), Puration, Inc. (USOTC: PURA). It could be a good time to accumulate GDET in anticipation that the marketing firm connection is a precursor to a coming cannabis announcement.
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