CHICAGO – (NewMediaWire) – October 28, 2021 – Epazz Inc. (OTC: EPAZ), an essential provider of blockchain cryptocurrency mobile apps and cloud-based business software solutions, announced today a six-month nationwide television media blitz.
The agreement between Epazz and FMW Media Works Inc., in conjunction with New to the Street TV show(s), will span several media outlets over the next six months. Epazz will be featured on Bloomberg, Fox Business Network and Newsmax TV. This nationwide television media campaign is expected to reach more than 300 million homes. Other networks that may follow include CNN, CNBC, MSNBC and Fox News. Epazz appeared on Newsmax and Fox Business last Sunday and Monday. Below is the full interview with Michael Manahan, Epazz’s vice president of communications.
Manahan discussed how CryObo technology will focus on the real estate market, which includes farmland. Real estate and farmland will back the tokens. Real estate developers will appraise for current value; however, the future of real estate will be evaluated. The goal is for real estate developers to assess the future value of properties once land is developed and buildings are constructed. This technology would allow real estate developers to raise capital at better terms and allow the token holder to raise appraisals of the tokens and earned income.
About CryObo Inc.
CryObo Inc. will enhance its software to give early-access companies backed by real assets an easy way to access the token markets. The company’s platform will change how people transact real estate, digital assets, crops and raw materials by allowing companies to access the future value of their assets. The growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is bringing new regulations for large financial service companies, which will require a smart solution to manage their growing portfolios.
About Epazz Inc. (www.epazz.com)
Epazz Inc. is a leading cloud-based software company that specializes in providing customized cloud applications to the corporate world, higher education institutions and the public sector. Epazz BoxesOS v3.0 is the complete business web-based software package for small to midsize businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies and higher education institutions. BoxesOS provides a combination of many of the web-based applications that an organization would otherwise need to purchase separately. Epazz’s other products are DeskFlex (room scheduling software) and Provitrac (applicant-tracking system).
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