Integrated Ventures Looking for Traction

Integrated Ventures Inc, has been trying to move up with the price of
bitcoin in recent weeks but has generally failed to do this so far. In may INTV
popped to highs near $0.40 but has come back down to current levels since then.

Integrated Ventures, Inc is a diversified holdings company that acquires,
invests, launches and operates businesses, primarily in the technology sector
with focus on cryptocurrency, including digital currency mining and hosting,
manufacturing and distribution of the mining equipment and blockchain
development and deployment. The company is focused on implementing innovative
and profitable strategies, creating liquidity through asset based
infrastructure, supporting and improving operations, infusing growth capital,
maintaining and expanding a market presence in the niche sector initiatives.

Last month INTV filed its Quarterly Report (Form 10-Q), for the financial
period, ended March 31, 2019. For the nine months, ended March 31, 2019, the
Company had total revenues of $249,319, consisting of revenues from mining
operations of $223,874 and equipment and parts retail sales of $25,445. For the
twelve months, ended December 31, 2018, the Company had total revenues of
$404,034, consisting of revenues from mining operations of $317,127 and from
sales of mining equipment of $86,907.

Integrated Ventures switched from warehouse mining to the third party
hosting model and  relocated all mining
equipment from NC, PA and NJ to NY which resulted in elimination of all
operational expenses designed to improve profitability. The Company will
develop and deploy All-In-One “Plug-and-Mine” Mining Solution,
targeting miners seeking a turn-key market entry and featuring an access to the
best hosting and pool rates for ASIC and GPU based mining rigs

Steve Rubakh, CEO of Integrated Ventures, adds the following: “Deal
with PetaWatt secures the key component for profitable mining operations – an
access to the…

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