Strikeforce Technologies Inc’s [SFOR] stock had plummeted 35.66% to $0.2575 at the previous closing. The volume was 26.76 million as compared to an average of 51.45 million for the last 30 days. Stock values ranged from $0.0021 to $1.2000 in the previous 52-week period.
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StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: SFOR)protects businesses, governments, and consumers against Cyber theft and data security breaches. Using an out-of-band authentication process, it encrypts keystrokes with multiple factors and also provides mobile solutions. Its headquarters are in Edison, New Jersey.
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Most Recent News
February 16, 2021, the company stated that it had been invited to present at the Emerging Growth Conference on February 17, 2021.
The Emerging Growth Conference will be an alive, interactive online event on February 17. It will allow current shareholders and members of the investment community to interact with Company CEO Mark Kay.
After Mr. Kay presents, he may open the floor for questions. Please ask your questions during the event, and Mr. Kay will try to get through them all during the time allotted.
A presentation of StrikeForce Technologies (OTC Pink: SFOR) is planned for 1:30 PM Eastern time.
February 08, 2021, StrikeForce Inc. revealed that it had completed its Reg A Tier II funding round on Friday, January 29, 2021. The company sold 465,000,000 shares for a total outstanding of 757,000,000 shares, as compared to 800,000,000 previously considered and expected. With 43,000,000 fewer common shares on the market, only 465,000,000 common shares need to be sold to complete the offering. This is a clarification statement, says Mr. Kay, CEO of StrikeForce.
Tech stocks face numerous threats in the coming year, including pricey valuations, regulatory risks, and a resurgence of names that have been undervalued. Although the pandemic is threatening the economies worldwide, investors are waiting to invest in companies that have proven durable.