Digital Arts Media Network Reflects Name Change

NEW YORK, July 25 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Digital Arts Media Network, Inc. (OTCMKTS: DATI), a specialty technology accelerator leveraging the public accelerator-incubator (PAI) model, today announced that DATI has changed its corporate name from Digital Arts Media Network, Inc. to Digital Asset Monetary Network, Inc., effective July 24and2018.

“DATI has increased the size of its footprint and the breadth of its capabilities through strategic acquisitions and has formed alliances with organizations that support the development and core mantra of the company’s business model,” said Ajene. Watson, CEO of Digital Arts Media Network (now, Digital Assets Money Network).

“These relationships have simultaneously established an ecosystem that can seamlessly support startups and investors, from all socio-economic backgrounds, through a range of acceptable regulatory, capital and business development practices and processes. These accepted regulatory methods can help high-value startups grow quickly while providing accredited and non-accredited investors access to asset appreciation, revenue sharing, and early liquidity.

Management believes that the name Digital Asset Monetary Network is a more accurate representation of the work the company does today. Through its acquisitions and alliances formed, DATI now leverages CF (crowdfunding) regulation. A+ and crypto assets; by combining them in a unified and fluid process, all within DATI’s digital platform. The best part is that “every aspect of the network legally provides global investment access opportunities for ordinary people,” Watson continued.

“It was important for our brand to speak prominently about the work we do to create a thriving and synergistic relationship between innovative startups and anyone who wants to participate in the next potential future billion-dollar company. Thus, changing our name is a firm and unwavering commitment to supporting the rapid growth and capital formation of high-value seed investment opportunities available to all investors.

While the Company’s name changes to Digital Asset Monetary Network (“DigitalAMN”), the Company’s CUSIP and ticker symbol (OTCMKTS: DATI) will remain the same. Additionally, over the next 3-5 business days, most if not all logos, social media platforms and corporate websites will be adjusted to reflect the name change from Digital Arts Media Network to Digital Asset Monetary. Network.

ABOUT Digital Arts Media Network, Inc. (now Digital Assets Money Network)
Digital Arts Media Network, Inc. (OTCMKTS: DATI) is the first company to use the Public Accelerator-Incubator (PAI) model, with the intention of following the global success of accelerators and incubators around the world, adding niche opportunities to both the microcap and startup communities. As an IAP, Digital Arts Media Network will develop and acquire problem-solving innovations through digital platforms and other electronic applications.

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John C. Dent