Yes, Alternet Systems Is Up 1200% YTD, But In The EV Sector, That’s Just A Starting Point

Investors have made their position loud and clear. They are bullish on Alternet Systems. Since the start of the year, shares are higher by 1200%*, with that trend is continuing into the third week in February. At press time, shares are trading at $0.14 each, up from only $0.01 at the start of the year. But, shares traded as high as $0.21 last week, and the volume that got them there remains extremely strong. 

The excellent news for investors is that the move is supported by several company updates that offer substance, a vision, and a plan for how ALYI plans to capitalize from its sleek Retro ReVolt electric-powered motorcycle in an emerging African ride-share EV market. (*share price from 01/04/21- 02/11/21)

For those following along, ALYI has been busy. And they are letting the markets know. In just the past two months, investors have been provided regular updates showing the substantial progress made to get its ReVolt EV bike to market. Moreover, ALYI has shown investors that their business plan goes much farther than just having an excellent EV bike. And it’s that explanation, in detail, that provided a surge in investor enthusiasm and its share price. On Friday of last week, they told investors even more about its near-term plans, with its RevoltTOKEN, the funding vehicle for ALYI taking center stage. 

But before getting into how RevoltTOKEN can fundamentally change ALYI overnight, it’s best to understand precisely what ALYI, the entire company, is gearing up to do. 

Building An EV Ecosystem 

Last week, ALYI published a detailed overview that showed how the sum of its parts will come together to create a comprehensive EV ecosystem that can target multiple sub-markets in the billion-dollar sector. The presentation immediately removed the concern that ALYI was only an EV motorcycle producing company. And, while that business segment could indeed be profitable on its own, they presented a plan that shows the company reaching into battery design, EV power stations, vehicle design, marketing, and technical and mechanical support services. Incidentally, its ReVolt bike production is expected to begin in July of this year to meet an initial order of 2000 units. Thus, it’s a near-term milestone that has significant revenues attached. 

Coming away from the presentation, investors bid the stock higher. Perhaps, the takeaway for them was confidence in knowing that ALYI is positioning itself to capitalize on multiple opportunities through a diversified revenue-generating strategy. And those efforts are guided through a plan they term democratization of the EV industry. Remember that word because it’s a focal point of ALYI’s program.

Defining democratization specific to ALYI isn’t hard. It means the company is dedicating itself to creating an electric-vehicle ecosystem that will continuously introduce new electric vehicles, build supporting technology, and provide infrastructure components necessary to keep electric vehicle transportation moving on land, sea, or air. In short, it’s a comprehensive, all-encompassing plan that targets every aspect of the emerging EV market. 

The better news is that with the partnerships and agreements that ALYI either has or is putting together, they will reach markets that most micro-cap companies only dream of getting. Further, instead of being a periphery player, ALYI is setting itself up to be the center of attention by capitalizing on connections and business expertise in the African markets. And Africa is a great place to start. 

The massive African boda-boda (taxi) market is looking for innovative, cost-effective solutions to build its market. It is also looking for partnerships that can contribute to making the necessary infrastructure that goes with it. Checking that box, ALYI management is exceptionally familiar with and accustomed to working with the African government through other projects. That familiarity goes a long way, and investors should not underestimate the impact that its history in that region can have on penetrating the markets. 

For ALYI, that advantage can translate into multiple near-term catalysts. Licensing, imports and exports, currency exchange, international shipments, work permits, and sales permits and registrations are the known barriers to entry. Add in the parts that consumers and observers don’t know about or understand and a whole new level of potential hurdles emerge that keep most international players out of the market. 

From what ALYI has said, they don’t expect such wranglings. And that alone is worth a tremendous amount of value. 

Co-Exist To Create A Massive Market

Even more critical to any sales story is the market being targeted. And ALYI is putting itself in the right place at the right time. The company has been more than transparent in telling investors they plan to maximize all potential from the surge in demand in the African ride-share markets. It’s a region of the world with one of the lowest per-capital transportation ratios in the world, and the need for two and three-wheeled EVs to serve Africa’s ride-share markets is surging. While it’s a problem that can be solved by companies and governments working together, the issue more immediately validates ALYI and its start-up focus. 

The proving ground is near. The initial production of bikes is expected to come off the line in July, making the first potential catalyst for ALYI a big one. And now only will it be a game-changing moment for the company, but it will likely take the market by storm. The Revolt is already earning enthusiastic reviews from industry publications, with most praising the sleek design, powerful electric engine, and power reserve as top qualities that make the bike the perfect vehicle in the crowded African markets. 

Now, with a production schedule in place, ALYI is taking the next steps in the ecosystem creation strategy by creating partnerships to maximize opportunities and leverage mutual expertise. A recently announced deal with iQSTEL Inc. (OTC: IQST) is an example of how ALYI can do more than benefit itself; it can expose the strength of IQST to help build a better market. 

And by putting the right teams in the right places, ALYI will be best-positioned to accelerate its mission to penetrate the multiple market opportunities, including vehicle design, battery technology, software and communications, and charging infrastructure. A significant and underappreciated program at ALYI is its work to develop an Electric Vehicle Symposium, full of partnerships that can help make ALYI a household name in the markets they serve. Further, the symposium is likely to be the largest EV event in the world, attracting millions of spectators and participants in an event and promotion type atmosphere that could become the epicenter of the EV world. 

When more details get released about the symposium, it can finally reveal why ALYI is putting so much effort into creating the event. It could literally put ALYI on a pedestal as a premier vendor, supplier, and benefactor to the EV market. 

ALYI Ecosystem By Design

Also important to know is that ALYI is well into its multi-stage ecosystem build-out. ALYI recently announced a collaboration agreement with MODUS GROUP, an industrial design and engineering firm with over 200 patentable designs. MODUS immediately brings extensive EV experience, expertise in industrial design, and a level of knowledge on the engineering side that can accelerate ALYI’s presence in the space. 

As noted above, ALYI also made a deal with iQSTEL Inc. to take advantage of its patented battery technologies portfolio. Beyond working with MODUS on the battery technology specific to the ReVolt, ALYI can utilize the expertise offered by iQSTEL to build a custom, proprietary long-range EV battery solution. Specifically, the iQSTEL partnership will concentrate EV battery development efforts on HD Thin Film Lithium Battery technologies. That, though, is just a starting point. 

ALYI is already advancing other research and development programs to develop new battery technologies using hemp and nanomaterial-based batteries. Although it may sound strange to most, hemp is getting recognized for its potential use in various industrial products. And although that design may be years away, remember that owning proprietary rights and earning patentable claims is also extremely valuable along the road to final development. Therefore, consider that program’s value for the future. 

IQSTEL brings more to the team. In addition to the battery development program, the two are also involved in a joint-design program to co-develop two-way device communication solutions specifically for the EV markets. More specifically, the teams are working to develop a two-way device communication platform for its ReVolt motorcycle and future electric vehicles. The project is designing software and communications technology to include geolocation, battery management, theft and accident interfacing with EMS, and remote maintenance management. 

The technology is also being designed to support vehicle body and component leasing management, driver and passenger personal mobile interface, and a ride-share interface that can become a huge advantage when building out their markets. The great news is that the technology is a seamless integration for ALYI and can help them build and keep their competitive advantages. 

RevoltTOKEN Update

The presentation last Friday provided some compelling information about RevoltTOKEN and how it can benefit ALYI. All of it was good. In fact, RevoltTOKEN will change the company’s trajectory by making investment and development capital readily available to Alternet Systems to fund operations and establish an industry footprint that will be difficult to erase. And if all goes according to plan, RevoltTOKEN will be more than just the company’s financing partner; it will be its ecosystem collaborator.

RevoltTOKEN is not new to ALYI, either. The vehicle has already provided vital funding to advance ALYI’s business plan to its current stage. The alliance, going forward, is expected to position ALYI as a market leader in Africa and as a means to facilitate penetration into multiple markets simultaneously. 

In the words of ALYI management, RevoltTOKEN will “democratize the ALYI electric vehicle ecosystem” through the introduction of a dedicated cryptocurrency offering that provides holders participation in the company EV ecosystem and will be made available through a planned ICO. Once in the market, RevoltTOKEN will provide upwards of $100 million in investment capital to electrify ALYI’s growth. Those investments, made through the planned RevoltTOKEN cryptocurrency, could provide the juice for rapid market expansion, effectuate production economies of scale, and create a compelling and aggressive marketing campaign to introduce the world to ReVolt EV and Alternet Solutions. It would indeed be a contributing piece to the Symposium initiative. 

And as important as RevoltTOKEN is to ALYI, the excellent news is that even while RevoltTOKEN makes its way through the regulatory approval processes to launch its ICO, ALYI benefits from the relationship now. That’s important to the company as well as to investors concerned about capital reserves.

Clearly, ALYI is busy. And while the “Ecosystem” presentation showed that many moving parts are making up the ALYI plan, it also gave confidence that all aspects are working together to create an infrastructure that contributes to a common goal. Thus, to answer the question as to whether a 1200% run is the top for ALYI…based on the entire company, that answer is a resounding no. After all, the market cap is exceptionally low for a company preparing to take on a significant market with a real product, a realistic plan, and top-tier partnerships. 

But, it wouldn’t be the first time for a company to be completely decoupled from its intrinsic value. Moreover, it won’t be the last time that investors take advantage of the opportunities afforded by those market mishaps. Alternet Systems is a compelling opportunity at these levels. Some investors already found that out.


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