Source: SureNano Science.
  • Common shares of SureNano Science (SURE) have received DTC eligibility
  • DTC is a stock depository that facilitates and simplifies the electronic trading of securities in the U.S.
  • SureNano’s common shares are quoted on the OTCQB under the symbol SURNF
  • The business of SureNano Science Ltd. is the sale and distribution of the SureNano surfactant
  • SureNano Science (SURE) opened trading at C$0.10

Common shares of SureNano Science (SURE) have received DTC eligibility.

DTC is a stock depository that facilitates and simplifies the electronic trading of securities in the U.S.

SureNano’s common shares are quoted on the OTCQB under the symbol SURNF.

“We expect that obtaining DTC eligibility will enhance liquidity, increase trading volume, and present SureNano to an even broader range of investors in the United States,” stated Charles MaLette, President and CEO.

“Having DTC eligibility makes it significantly easier for U.S.-based investors looking to buy our shares.”

SureNano Sciences Ltd is a nanotechnology supply company with the licence to sell and otherwise commercialize the SureNano surfactant in Canada and Colorado. The SureNano Surfactant is a ready-to-mix food-grade compound that provides the base for high-performance nanoemulsions to create homogeneous and stable products while maximizing bioavailability, clarity, and taste.

SureNano Science intends to become Canada’s leading nanotechnology-based cannabis delivery systems provider.

SureNano Science (SURE) opened trading at C$0.10.


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