ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DSS, Inc. (“DSS” or the “Company”) (NYSE American: DSS), a multinational company operating business segments in blockchain security, direct marketing, healthcare, consumer packaging, real estate, renewable energy, and securitized digital assets, today announced, in conjunction with its previously announced name change to DSS, Inc., its stock began trading under a new CUSIP number, 26253C 102, effective with the opening of trading on October 1, 2021. The Company’s stock will continue to trade under its current ticker symbol, DSS.
“It has been two years since we embarked on a significant corporate transformation with the goal of positioning DSS for long-term shareholder value improvement,” commented Jason Grady, COO of DSS. “We have added multiple new divisions in exciting, high-growth markets, from digital assets to healthcare, real estate, renewable energy, and more. Our name change is yet another milestone in this evolution and signifies the next chapter for DSS as we focus our efforts on expanding and deepening each of our
About DSS, Inc.
DSS is a multinational company operating business segments in blockchain security, direct marketing, healthcare, consumer packaging, real estate, renewable energy, and securitized digital assets. Its business model is based on a distribution sharing system in which shareholders receive shares in its subsidiaries as DSS strategically unlocks value through IPO spin offs. Under new leadership since 2019, DSS has built the necessary foundation for sustainable growth through the acquisition and formation of a diversified portfolio of companies positioned to drive profitability in five high-growth sectors. These companies offer innovative, flexible, and real-world solutions that not only meet customer needs, but create sustainable value and opportunity for transformation.
For more information on DSS visit http://www.dsssecure.com.
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