An Emerging Markets News Commentary
ORLANDO, Fla., April 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- At Emerging Markets, our collective team of executives and journalists have roughly fifty years in working with small and microcap equities. One thing weve learned over that expanse is that money, good and bad, is the life or death of nearly every deal.
Maybe thats an oversimplification but we think that Digital Asset Monetary Network, Inc. or DigitalAMN (OTCMKTS: DATI) recognizes that prevailing truism and has built a business model around the matter.
When we look at a deal we are looking at revenue and revenue potential. But we are also looking quite critically at the debt structure. How is the Company leveraged? What are the terms if a convertible note is in place? How long can the Company sustain operations at their current burn rate and how far off is true profitability?
Newer deals and operations get some significant slack in their pursuit or revenue as they are just that, new deals, and the market should not expect an immediately green top line. But the Company should also not be mired in death spiral debt or other harbingers of failure.
Enter Digital Asset Monetary Network, Inc. which aims to smooth out the complexities of the startup and investment process as a Public Accelerator-Incubator (PAI)--supporting startup and development stage companies and making them accessible to regular non-accredited investors.
By directly connecting entrepreneurs with investors rather than compelling them to use a broker, a much broader class of investors can get involved. The bar of entry is much lower, the field of investors is diversified, and the Company is stronger in theory for all of this.
This does three things. First, clearly a broader shareholder base is most always a good thing. Secondly, its bringing in a runway of new money for the Company to grow its business.
And perhaps equally important, this new money is likely deterring predatory lenders that prevail in the small cap marketplace, offering struggling stories cash today that all but guarantees their demise down the road.
By being both provider and protector, Digital Asset Monetary Network may very well find itself entrenched in the life-blood conveyance of new capital to emergent public companies with its own story that might not just be about the money, but also on the money.
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About Digital Asset Monetary Network
Digital Asset Monetary Network, Inc. (OTCMKTS: DATI) is the first company to utilize the Public Accelerator-Incubator (PAI) model, with the intent to follow the global success of accelerators and incubators around the world, adding niche opportunities to both the microcap and startup communities. As a PAI, Digital Asset Monetary Network will develop and acquire innovations that solve problems through digital platforms and other electronic applications. To learn more about DigitalAMN, visit their site at https://digitalamn.com/
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