Cloud Nine Web3 Technologies Inc.’s common shares have commenced trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol 1JI0.

The company has been assigned an international securities identification number (ISIN: CA18913C1014) and a German securities identification number (WKN: A2QQ2V).

“We are pleased to be able to provide and grow Cloud Nine’s awareness to a wider audience in Europe, North America and internationally, on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange platform,” Sefton Fincham, president, commented.

The listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange was viewed by management as a good opportunity to increase trading liquidity and facilitate investment to its growing shareholders throughout Europe. The company’s global business development strategy is accompanied by a commitment to its investors to facilitate trading and, over time, enhance the liquidity of its common shares. This is one of many initiatives the company is taking to increase market awareness for its company and value for its investors.

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is one of the world’s largest international trading centres for securities. Operated by the Deutsche Boerse AG, Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the largest of Germany’s seven stock exchanges and is responsible for approximately 90 per cent of all securities traded in Germany. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange facilitates advanced electronic trading, settlement and information systems, and enables cross-border trading for international investors.

The company’s common shares continue to be listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol CNI.

About Cloud Nine Web3 Technologies Inc.

Cloud Nine Web3 Technologies is a technology company focused on incorporating emerging technologies into its current platforms leveraging Web 3.0. Cloud Nine’s mission is to fuel innovation and make the future more accessible by powering the launch and growth of future tech companies. Web 3.0 enables a future where decentralized users and machines are able to interact with data, value and other counterparties through a substrate of peer-to-peer networks without the need for third parties.

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