Bitcoin and Blockchain Provider HashingSpace Secures Corporate and Securities … – Virtual

WENATCHEE, Wash., Aug. 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — HashingSpace Corporation (OTCQB: HSHS), a Bitcoin ASIC mining and hosting company, announced today that the company has retained the services of a leading law firm, Kane Kessler, to advise us in corporate and securities compliance matters.

Kane Kessler, a New York law firm, has been offering exceptional legal services for over 80 years. They provide expertise in corporate and securities compliance issues. Specifically, they will provide their know-how in structuring financing, mergers and acquisitions, commercial matters, corporate governance and regulatory issues.

“We are happy to have reached an agreement with Kane Kessler to offer us their extensive expertise in corporate and securities compliance,” stated Tim Roberts, CEO. “HashingSpace is a publicly traded company and has the obligation to our shareholders to make sure we follow all the SEC securities compliance requirements. We are happy to have retained the services of Kane Kessler. They have the expertise to make sure we our providing our shareholders a full range of services.”

Peter Campitiello, Partner at Kane Kessler, stated, “We are excited to be representing HashingSpace in this dynamic industry and are pleased they have expressed their confidence in us to help lead them in their efforts.”

HashingSpace Corporation’s business will provide a wide range of services to include:

All company information, including stock trading, filings, and market data related to the company, is reported under the ticker symbol, HSHS.

About HashingSpace Corporation

HashingSpace Corporation is a Bitcoin ASIC mining company, hosting provider, and service provider of blockchain transactional services. HashingSpace’s high density datacenters are designed to meet the demanding power and cooling needs of client hosted Bitcoin mining gear with unparalleled pricing, cooling and green energy. The Corporation is continuing to expand its datacenters to satisfy the shortage of low cost hosting facilities catering to the Bitcoin

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