Xalles Holdings Inc. (OTCMKTS:XALL) is a company committed to the goal of becoming a dominant Fintech Accelerator by providing payment systems through its subsidiaries and partner companies.
The approach is to roll up strategic acquisitions that are launching financial supply chain solutions to under-served markets. The focus will be on solutions for the business and Government markets. The goal is to capture recurring revenue streams through services, audit recovery fees, and revenue sharing licenses.
The company touts its competitive advantages through its X2X financial transaction reconciliation platform, a payment systems expertise, and international business experience.
For targeted investments, Xalles has selected companies that have anchor customers, the right plan to capture the emerging target market, an exit strategy, and can leverage Xalles IP and payments systems expertise to add value and accelerate the rollout of their products and services.
Xalles Holdings Inc. is a holdings company that focuses on direct investments in disruptive fintech companies. The company actively seeks acquisition targets with solid management teams and business models, large total attainable markets (TAM), and lucrative exit opportunities to invest and accelerate growth in. Recently, the company has placed emphasis on leveraging blockchain technologies to provide industry-leading financial reconciliation and auditing solutions, which will allow for the capture of recurring revenue streams over time.
The company just announced the restructuring of its common stock and the completion of additional debt reduction. According to the release, Xalles recently took measures to reduce the number of outstanding shares of common stock by more than 69%. This included the cancellation of a block of shares owned by the Xalles CEO, Thomas Nash.
Just before that, the company announced that it executed a Share Purchase Agreement for the acquisition of BlockForge Inc., a blockchain design, development, and implementation firm. This is particularly important given the recent resurgence of enthusiasm for blockchain, cryptocurrency, and Bitcoin over the past 2-3 weeks.
“The acquisition of BlockForge, Paul Erickson’s management expertise, and the resources he brings to our company will help form the nucleus of our new technology team for focusing on blockchain-based solutions,” said Xalles CEO, Thomas Nash. He continued, “The new team’s first assignment within Xalles will be to help design the new blockchain-based version of the X2X platform, including smart contracts.”
According to its materials, the company intends to utilize a blockchain-based platform to overcome client challenges in investment & financing systems (IFS) and financial transaction reconciliation (FTR).
The company also just recently revised and revamped its business plan to meet the increased demands of the X2X transaction tracking and reconciliation markets.
According to the company’s release, “the core business model for Xalles is setting up “toll gates” for payment transactions to capture revenue from the commerce conducted by government organizations, businesses and consumers. In 2018, the company intends to utilize a blockchain-based platform to meet client challenges in investment & financing systems (IFS) and financial transaction reconciliation (FTR). Open-ledgers and Smart Contracts combined with the intellectual property designed into the company’s X2X system, provide a new, previously inaccessible level of transparency and integrity in these areas.”
- XALL is a fintech mover that just added core exposure in the blockchain space.
- XALL just announced a key restructuring with a share reduction and debt clean-up to streamline the cap table.
- XALL is coming off an RSI trough under 40, pointing to a massively oversold stock now heading back the other way.
- XALL just appears to have found key support with several successful tests around the $0.20-0.25 area.
- XALL has a core business model for payment transactions to capture revenue from the commerce conducted by government organizations, businesses, and consumers.
XALL may have everything going for it right now. The stock is finding key support at oversold levels as an emerging powerhouse in the fintech innovation space, and just picked up core exposure to the blockchain phenomenon.
This last point is particularly important given the recent resurgence of enthusiasm for blockchain, cryptocurrency, and Bitcoin over the past 2-3 weeks. With the cap table now streamlined after the chop to debt and shares on the market, the stock could be poised to retest recent highs, which could represent an explosive opportunity for nimble traders.