The Internet of Things Inc. Has an IPO

July 8. 2016. 4 mins read

We’ve talked before about what great potential there is for the Internet of Things (IoT), a vision of the world where everything is connected and the big datsets we collect from this giant network of sensors makes us more efficient than ever. When you have technologies like IoT with such disruptive potential, institutional and retail investors will take notice. Institutional investors have access to the most promising IoT startups, while retail investors can typically only invest in publicly traded stocks. As with most early-stage disruptive technologies, there are very few pure-play investment opportunities readily available on the public markets. So when we saw a Canadian company called “The Internet of Things Inc.” debut an IPO on the Canadian Venture Exchange (CVE) under the ticker ITT, we got all excited and decided to take a closer look.

About Internet of Things Inc.’s

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The first thing we did was go to the Internet of Things Inc.’s corporate website and what we found was mainly a collection of videos, podcasts, and articles.

UPDATE 10/20/2016: This is actually the wrong website. http://iotintl.com/ is the website for Iot-Inc., not www.iot-inc.com like you would expect. This is a bad sign because some OTC companies will purposely try to make themselves appear similar to other companies in order to receive validation. We’re not saying that happened here, but it’s pretty bad to not own your own domain. Start rant:

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