January 19, 2022 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire -- via Hawk Point Media -- Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC Pink: ALYI) is on many investment radars. And it should be. The company has done more to set itself up for success in the past two years than almost any other nano-cap stock in its sector. In fact, despite its pennyland price, ALYI's work not only has itself rubbing elbows with industry players multiples its size but is also positioned to launch an assault on 2022 that could leave investment procrastinators wishing they paid attention to the opportunity.

And there's plenty on the wires suggesting that ALYI is getting ready to surge. In fact, ALYI has been transparent about its mission to transform from a visionary-stage company into a products and services business targeting some of the biggest opportunities in the EV sector. Granted, sometimes transparency isn't enough. Investors would rather have results, and that's understandable. But, there's a solution to appease the disconnect, an "in-between" space that addresses both. That's where current and considering investors should focus.

What's that "in-between" space look like? Well, simply put, it's a past, present, and future model. The past shows the tangible and significant strides ALYI made in 2021 to make 2022 a breakout year. The present indicates how ALYI is emerging from a pandemic-related global business shutdown that stymied almost every industry in the world. And the future, using just what ALYI has told the markets, presents the story of how ALYI can maximize its pieces of a systematically built infrastructure to seize upon diversified revenue-generating opportunities in an EV industry expected to become a trillion-dollar market in the next ten years.

History Repeats, Consider Buying The Dip

And knowing the ALYI story from start to now could explain how history may repeat. In ALYI's case, that's a good thing. Keep in mind, when markets were clicking without facing pandemic-related headwinds, ALYI stock surged to $0.20 a share, roughly 20X higher than current prices. The stock wasn't unique. Many EV stocks followed in lockstep with its large-cap industry brethren, and ALYI was embraced as part of the group intending to make a difference. So, what's happened to allow some EV stocks to keep value and others to not? Actually, A lot. And none of it should have led to declines in ALYI stock.

In fact, shares should have pierced that $0.20 level months ago, especially with a sum of its parts calculation equating to ALYI being in its best operating position in history. Pointing toward dilution can be an argument for the downtrend, but it's a common and often welcomed exchange when that dilution invites accretive growth. Nearly every public company uses treasury shares to expand business interests. And while painful at first, when the assets received are put to work correctly, the results can deliver upwards of 100X the diluted effect. No, that's not an exaggeration.

While an exchange yielding that difference is likely to happen in emerging industries, like EV, it's more common than many think. Tesla (NASDAQ: TLSA) and Nio (NYSE: NIO) are perfect examples. Going back to their IPO's, investors can see a pattern of dilution that triggered immediate disgruntled stock sales but left long-term holders the better after the capital raised was put to good work. It can almost be guaranteed that an asset bought for $1 million by Tesla has yielded 100X that value over time. That's why shares sold by quick-to-click sellers almost immediately get swallowed by more measured buy-side action. Many like to call it buying the dip, and the strategy can pay off well.

That could be the case for ALYI stock. Its dip is not only too deep and long; frankly, it's too big to ignore. The best plan of action, therefore, may be to pay attention. Then consider seizing on a valuation disconnect.

From Concept To Reality

First things first, pay attention to what ALYI is telling you. Read how they expect to deliver a potentially exponential year of gains for their shareholders. It's always best firsthand. But after that, it's worth taking a step back to get an outsider's perspective on how ALYI can turn a bullish forecast into a near-term reality. Some agree some don't. But that's what makes a market.

In many ways, the ALYI story is similar to others breaking into new markets. They combined vision with ambition to bring products and services to a market still in its relative infancy. Doing it the right way, ALYI approached its opportunities with purpose and a willingness to learn. Moreover, instead of throwing products at the market, they instead relied on an interactive process that empowered feedback, resulting in a final product that meets the needs of end-users.

The model proved to be a winner. ALYI began its mission to penetrate an emerging EV market in 2017 with an initial focus on better battery technology. They partnered with more experienced companies in that endeavor, like iQSTEL (NASDAQ: IQST), to leverage the strength of others and enhance the technological reach into the industry. To date, that relationship is bearing the fruits of its labor, with the team nearing completion of prototype EV batteries and communications systems using cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions to power vehicles more effectively and efficiently.

So far, so good. And there's more. At the same time as that was happening, ALYI recognized additional opportunities capable of delivering multiple times the revenues from only EV battery and communications products. Thus, from a single or two product company, ALYI evolved into a company taking advantage of massive revenue-generating opportunities with several products and services needed to complete what was becoming a more cohesive EV ecosystem.

That meant designing and implementing a plan to creatively tap into off-balance sheet resources to provide ALYI's EV ecosystem business plan the capital needed to accelerate into an industry that was/is exploding in size. Over the past five years, that perseverance has allowed ALYI to reach several critical milestones.

Milestones Reached, Now Have Catalyst Potential

The better news is that those milestones are expected to turn into catalysts. In 2021, several components in ALYI's EV ecosystem plan transitioned from concept into tangible assets. It was an important transformation in that it immediately positions ALYI's EV ecosystem as an influential contributor to a much larger EV sector reality. Already, ALYI announced that key contracts have been executed, innovative products are being produced, and revenue is being generated. Revenues, by the way, are expected to eclipse the $2 million level in 2021, with a report to confirm that guidance imminent. From 0 to $2 million is a more than impressive accomplishment, and expect investors to respond with bullish fervor when it posts.

And they should get even better news on the revenues front as the year progresses. ALYI is expected to release its innovative ReVolt Electric motorcycle, which intends to maximize opportunities in the flourishing African boda-boda (motorcycle taxi) market. Updates show its design and function can be a game-changer in the densely populated markets they serve. But, more than agile and affordable, they are perfectly aligned with a plan to eliminate combustible engines within the next few decades.

In boda-boda markets, like ReVolt will be working in, the shift to electric can happen much faster. That could be a big part of the reason for ALYI forecasting a stretch revenue goal of a whopping $50 million in 2022. With feet on the ground in that market, they may know more than they are telling. So, pay attention to market updates. There must be some substance inspiring their bullish sentiment.

But, remember, ALYI isn't only a products company. While the EV battery and ReVolt motorcycle may be considerable value drivers, ALYI is committed to monetizing a plan that takes into account a perpetual circle of opportunities fueled by an ecosystem of providers and consumers. That means that instead of identifying itself as a single products based company, ALYI's mission includes building a network of EV providers and consumers under a single brand name recognized for innovation, cooperative excellence, and a commitment to socially responsible goals. It's a grand plan, but it's one in motion.

A significant milestone reached in that mission came in 2021 when ALYI made significant strides in establishing EV provider and consumer partnerships. Notably, the most critical part is that ALYI now has its first EV provider and consumer satellites set into its ecosystem orbit, giving the ALYI brand traction needed to build business faster and efficiently.

First Mover In African Boda-Boda Market

That's happening today. While discussed at length in 2021, ALYI has committed to leveraging the strength of its EV ecosystem in Africa to take advantage of one of the lowest per capita transportation ratios in the world. The strategy allows ALYI to introduce eco-friendly transportation solutions for the first time as a transition from combustion-engine transportation solutions. It puts them in a first-mover position.

But, more than a first-mover, ALYI is hitting the ground with the right products in a market in need. Consider Africa a proving ground of sorts. However, don't think of it as a beginner's market. Africa is an enormous yet underappreciated economic opportunity in and of itself, with expectations for its economy to become a $5.6 trillion market by 2025. Africa also accounts for around 17% of the world's population, but only about 3% of global GDP. That gap represents the opportunities ahead.

And they are opportunities ALYI wants to address, believing its EV ecosystem advances environmental sustainability and economic growth in Africa, both vital components of political and economic global stability. ALYI stands to benefit from the largely untapped economic opportunity in Africa and the opportunity that comes with building a global brand name. That plan includes delivering two different electric motorcycle models to the Kenyan market.

The motorcycles are designed to service the robust motorcycle taxi market in Kenya. In addition to its flagship ReVolt motorcycle, ALYI delivers components to locally assemble three-wheeled electric Bajas in Ethiopia, which are also going into service in the local taxi and delivery markets. Sales of those units contribute to the expected surge in revenues toward $2 million in 2021. However, as noted, ALYI expects its EV sales to grow rapidly in 2022 and be further supported by the launch of adding additional sources of EV ecosystem revenue in 2022. Potential stretch revenue goal- $50 million.

If they post the revenues as intended, expect credibility to be restored overnight into a company that may have lost some during the pandemic. And with spiking revenue comes less dilution. Thus, ALYI is set up for success on many levels. Not only that, they are already in the process of getting it done.

Breakout For Potentially Exponential Run In 2022

And here's the better news; expect more value to be created this year. ALYI made it clear they intend to appeal to potential partners by creating an annual EV ecosystem symposium staged around a globally recognized EV race event. It's a time when participants can demonstrate their areas of excellence to a watching world. To make it happen, ALYI is working closely with a Kenyan race event coordinator, East African Grand Prix (EAGP), a company in which ALYI has been an investor.

By the way, before the onset of Covid, EAGP entered into a provisional licensing agreement with Formula E to bring an annual race to Nairobi. While the process slowed, it hasn't stopped. The feasibility study to verify a race could be conducted within Formula E's strict standards has been completed to Formula E's satisfaction. ALYI, EAGP, and Formula E met at Formula E's headquarters in London just before the holidays to plan for the prospective Nairobi Formula E event. That event adds more credibility on a global scale.

Still, there's more to like. ALYI is leveraging additional partnerships to make its EV ecosystem stand the pressure test. Deals with Waterpure International, Inc. (OTC Pink: WPUR), adding sustainable EV charging solutions, Priority Aviation, Inc. (OTC Pink: PJET), adding EV market expansion opportunity, and iQSTEL, Inc. (OTCQX: IQST), contributing vital EV technologies, all contribute to validating ALYI's plan to become a more prominent company faster than many expect.

Oh, leaving out a potentially massive windfall from its investment in car-sharing technology company Zoomcar Inc can't go unmentioned. That IPO, expected later this year, has the potential to add an additional component to the ALYI EV ecosystem that can significantly expand ALYI's ecosystem reach, as well as provide a substantial boost to the ALYI balance sheet if the Zoomcar IPO is embraced by the marketplace. Indicators are for it to be a highly watched event.

And finally, don't forget another ace to play, ReVOLT Token. That security coin will dedicate financing to ALYI to fund expansion, provide working capital, and allow ALYI to take a more ambitious approach in its acquisition strategy. While that project, independent of ALYI, has taken longer than expected to market, listing Revolt Token on an exchange is said to be imminent.

Thus, at about $0.012 a share, off its 52-week high of $0.20, there's a lot to like about Alternet Systems. In fact, single parts of its portfolio have enough intrinsic value to make that penny price appear more than appreciably undervalued; it makes it look ridiculously under-priced. But new year, new eyes, new investors, and new opportunities.

This time, the difference for ALYI is that its assets, infrastructure, and ecosystem are at a place that is incredibly better positioned to drive valuations higher than any other time. Best of all, that place is in a spot to start producing revenues for the company sooner than later.

And when that happens, look out above. Validation of a long and complicated process could lead to a sharp and exponential rise in valuations. Wear your investment hardhat; the potential surge higher may be a violent ride.

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