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Costas, Inc. Starts Cryptocurrency Mining

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE-- Clifford Redekop, CEO of Costas, Inc. (“CSSI”) announced today Costas has finalized plans to commence cryptocurrency mining.  Costas has agreed to terms on a lease for 10,000 square feet of office space in Pikeville, Kentucky, that will be re-purposed, and custom built to better suit the complex mining equipment. Such a facility is needed to power the latest high end graphical processing units and other equipment needed to run a large, state of the art mining operation.

Mining is scheduled to commence in late February. 

Heading the mining operation for Costas will be Tyler Jurecki. Tyler has an undergraduate degree in economics from Central Michigan University, has management experience in the automotive aftermarket industry, and is working on his master’s degree in computer science. Tyler has been mining for several years. 

Costas’s mining operation will deal in all major cryptocurrencies as will its exchange, Authentatrade, (Authenta.trade) and its cryptocurrency ATM subsidiary, Authentacash, (Authentacash.com).

Mr. Redekop further commented that, “This is another step in our strategic plan to become a significant player in distributed asset technologies.  Costas intends to have a vertically integrated platform from the creation of cybercurrencies through trade and finally to consumer use in a retail environment.  We are excited to have Mr. Jurecki on our team. I am confident that his computer skills will complement our investments in both crypto kiosks and Authentatrade”.

About Costas, Inc. (CSSI):  http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CSSI/profile

Costas, Inc. is a publicly traded company on the OTC Markets under the symbol ‘CSSI’.  Costas, Inc. invests in early stage Digital Currency projects. We believe strongly in the growth of Distributed Asset Technology and its integration into Financial Technologies (FINTech. Distributed Networks are the next massive internet investment market, as social media was 10 years ago. Costas, Inc. strongly believes that a Distributed Asset Technology product will be the next Facebook or Twitter. The current U.S. market of FINTech is approximately $1.24 Trillion.


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