This week another company reaped the benefits of adding ‘blockchain technology’ to the firm’s business model. The publicly listed company, Ameri Holdings (AMRH), revealed on January 10 that it was going to utilize the emerging tech within its operations. The company got a swift market valuation boost from the announcement. According to reports Ameri Holdings was previously considered unprofitable, and it’s cash reserves had been dwindling.
A Stagnant Cloud Company Goes Blockchain and Its Public Shares Soar
Over the past few weeks, we’ve reported on a few companies using the blockchain hype to their advantage. For instance, the Long Island Iced Tea Corp. changed its name to ‘Long Blockchain,’ and the company’s shares soared. The drink company is now planning to create a mining facility and pivot away from the iced tea business. Three days ago we also reported on a so-called ‘blockchain firm’ that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) shut down because it had no revenue and no product. Now Ameri Holdings (OTCQB: AMRH), a ‘digital cloud’ company, is joining the blockchain bandwagon, and a columnist from the publication Seeking Alpha is skeptical about the situation.
The researcher says AMRH’s financial records are concerning.
“Core growth is completely stalled, operating income has been significantly negative, cash levels have been declining, and the company is in a massive $20 million working capital deficit,” explains the recent report.
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