HUMBL Reduces Stockholders’ Deficit by over $33 Million Since the End of Calendar Year 2022

San Diego, California, May 21, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HUMBL, Inc. (OTC: HMBL) with the filing of its latest 10-Q, announced that it has continued to reduce its stockholders’ deficit significantly over the last five quarters.

The Company has reduced its stockholders’ deficit from ($35,289,568) as of the 10-K filing for the year ended December 31, 2022, to ($1,809,551) as of the 10-Q quarterly filing period ended March 31, 2024, a reduction of the deficit by $33,480,017.

Important factors in the reduction included the conversion of debt into equity, as well as the negotiating and streamlining of budget costs, resulting in less cash burn and a reduction of overall operating expenses.

“HUMBL continues to make measurable progress on cleaning up its balance sheet: converting debt into equity, negotiating with vendors and service providers, reducing the operating budget and improving our stockholders’ deficit number, all of which were among our top priorities over the last several years,” said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL.


HUMBL is a digital technology platform with core product lines including the HUMBL Wallet, and HUMBL Authentics.

HUMBL is built on fully-verified profiles, allowing consumers to have more trusted digital transactions, in areas like chat, payments, ticketing and merchandise sales.

HUMBL has performed digital integrations with athletes and teams from the NCAA, MLB, UFC, WNFC, NASCAR Xfinity, World Surfing, World Rugby and more.

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