HUMBL Announces Launch of BLOCK Exchange Traded Index (ETX) Products in the United States

San Diego, California, April 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HUMBL, Inc. (OTCMARKETS: HMBL) announced today the planned availability of its BLOCK Exchange Traded Index (ETXs) products to United States customers beginning on April 2, 2021.

HUMBL Financial created its BLOCK ETX products to simplify digital asset investing for customers and institutions seeking exposure to a new, 24/7 digital asset class.

HUMBL Financial has developed proprietary, multi-factor blockchain indexes, trading algorithms and financial services for the new digital asset trading markets.

BLOCK ETXs comprise over 20,000 lines of proprietary code and are architected across index, active and thematic investment strategies.

BLOCK ETXs are completely non-custodial, algorithmically driven software services that allow customers to purchase and hold digital assets in pre-set allocations through their own digital asset exchange accounts.

BLOCK ETXs will be compatible for United States customers who have accounts with Coinbase Pro, Bittrex US or Binance US.

BLOCK ETXs are also available to non-US customers who have accounts with Bittrex Global.

BLOCK ETXs will be served first on the desktop and web version of the HUMBL platform, with the goal of future applications inside the HUMBL Mobile Application.

HUMBL Financial is open to the licensing of the BLOCK ETXs to institutions and exchanges.

HUMBL Financial also plans to offer trusted, third party financial services in areas such as payments, investments, credit card services and lending across the HUMBL platform over time.

HUMBL Financial is led by the former CEO of Coinbook, Calvin Weight, as well as Jacob Davis, Sr. VP, Blockchain and Algorithm Technologies, and is advised by Jane Edmondson, CEO of EQM Indexes, among others.

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HUMBL is a new, Web 3 platform that seamlessly connects consumers and merchants with simple tools for the digital economy. HUMBL has three core divisions: HUMBL Mobile, HUMBL Marketplace, and HUMBL Financial, which will work together to optimize new technologies like blockchain and digital assets for global consumers.

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