Star Jets International Announces Its Acceptance of Bitcoin and Plans to Remove “Stop Sign” and Change Public Company Name

Star Jets International Announces Its Acceptance of Bitcoin and Plans to Remove “Stop Sign” and Change Public Company Name

Star Jets International Announces Its Acceptance of Bitcoin and Plans to Remove “Stop Sign” and Change Public Company Name

Star Jets International, LLC (www.starjetsintl.com), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Advanced Defense Technologies, Inc. (OTC:ADCF) announces that it has made arrangements to now accept Bitcoin as a payment mechanism for its private jet services.

“Bitcoin is becoming an increasingly accepted method of payment, and we want our customers to have the flexibility to pay via that medium of exchange,” says Ricky Sitomer, CEO of Star Jets. 

Star Jets also announced that it is taking steps to both remove the “Stop Sign” on its stock and to change the name of its parent company to Star Jets International, Inc. Those steps require the filing of certain information with otcmarkets.com and compliance with applicable FINRA rules, state law, and SEC regulations.  

“We hope to have the ‘Stop Sign’ removed and the name changed as soon as possible once all regulatory steps are taken,” says Sitomer.

For further information, contact Ron Zaka, Star Jets International, LLC, at 516-423-2989.

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