Dallas, TX, May 3, 2021 – OTC PR WIRE – Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTC Pink: ALYI) today confirmed that the Revolt Token altcoin backing ALYI’s Electric Vehicle (EV) Ecosystem Strategy is partitioned on the Ethereum Blockchain.
Ethereum is the world’s second largest cryptocurrency by market cap next to Bitcoin and the Ethereum price just surpassed $3,000 for the first time realizing one year growth of 1.359% compared to Bitcoin’s 551% growth.
ALYI last week released a management update in conjunction with the recently published FY2020 Annual Report. The update includes the latest news from ALYI’s cryptocurrency finance partner on its Revolt Token rollout.
In light of Tesla’s success with Carbon Credits and Bitcoin, ALYI management pointed to its own Carbon Credit and Cryptocurrency strategy and the confidence in the company’s direction reflected in Tesla’s success.
To view ALYI’s full management update from last week, follow the link below:
The Revolt Token opportunity is growing and evolving. Currently, Revolt Tokens can only be purchased in exchange for other cryptocurrencies or in exchange for funds delivered via a wire transfer.
RevoltTOKEN management indicates that soon Revolt Tokens will be available for purchase via a credit card transaction.
RevoltTOKEN management is also nearing the listing of Revolt Tokens on more than one cryptocurrency exchange. Soon, Revolt Tokens will be eligible for sale through one or more cryptocurrency exchanges. Likewise, Revolt Tokens will be eligible for purchase through sources other than RevoltTOKEN.
Revolt Tokens remain eligible for purchase now, prior to its cryptocurrency exchange listing.
Revolt Tokens may be purchased via wire transfer or in exchange for other cryptocurrencies.
Soon, Revolt Tokens will be available for purchase via a credit or debit card transaction.
Learn more at www.RevoltToken.com.
For more information and to stay up to date on ALYI’s overall latest developments, please visit www.alternetsystemsinc.com.
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