VANCOUVER, British Columbia, February 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Vinergy Cannabis Capital, Inc. (“Vinergy“or the” company “) (CSE: VIN, OTCQB: VNNYF, FSE: 1V7) announces that the company has appointed Mr. Albert Szmigielski as advisor to its investment committee. Mr. Szmigielski will work with the company’s investment committee to help identify and review the impact and growth opportunities in bitcoin mining, bitcoin derivatives, digital currency, digital currency marketplaces and exchanges, and blockchain companies to join to adapt Vinergy’s now expanded investment policy.

Mr. Szmigielski is a technologist, computer scientist and expert in blockchain and digital currencies. Albert holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science from Simon Fraser University and a Masters of Science in Digital Currency and Blockchain Technologies from the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. He discovered Bitcoin in 2011 and was fascinated by the technology. He decided to focus his career on this exciting place. Mr. Szmigielski is currently CTO at LQwD Financial – a lightning network company. There he leads a team of engineers to provide Bitcoin for the next billion people. Mr. Szmigielski was previously Research Director and Senior Blockchain Engineer at the Blockchain Intelligence Group and VP Research at CipherTrace. He is the author of the 2016 book Bitcoin Essentials.

Vinergy would also like to announce that its Board of Directors has approved a change of the company name to “Vinergy Capital Inc.” This change is expected to take place next week, subject to regulatory approval. The shareholders do not need to take any action.

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Vinergy Cannabis Capital Inc.
Arif Merali, chairman of the board

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