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Block One Capital Inc. Announces Investment Portfolio Update and First Shipment of Bitcoin Miners Received

Block One has acquired 40% of Finzat Block LLC (“Finzat”), a New York based mortgage blockchain company aiming to streamline and digitize the US mortgage market using innovative blockchain applications to create a system which is Simple, Auditable, Fault-tolerant and Efficient (SAFE).

Finzat has named Michael W. Moore as the company’s Chairman. Mr. Moore is a recognized leader in mortgage finance and investment and risk management. During his 15 years as the senior-most financial executive with the Chicago Federal Home Loan Bank, he was the co-developer of Mortgage Partnership Finance (MPF), a mortgage origination platform whereby Federal Home Loan Bank (“FHLB”) members participate in a unique risk sharing arrangement with their respective FHLB optimizing benefits for both parties. Mr. Moore, in this new role as Executive Chairman, is spearheading Finzat’s Government Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) product development dialogue, which is a natural progression in validating Finzat’s token use case.

Block One Capital to Present at POLYCON 2018 in Nassau, Bahamas

“We are excited to be a part of POLYCON’s first annual conference and look forward to sharing our progress and business plan for growth with attendees,” said Block One CEO, Mr. Sothi Thillairajah.

About POLYCON 2018

POLYCON18 is the world's first crypto event dedicated to securities tokens.

The conference will bring together the worlds of high finance and blockchain, attracting institutional investors, retail advisors and high net worth individuals, as well as some of the most exciting and fastest-growing blockchain companies from around the world. 

Polymath will be hosting the conference with Grit Capital and organized by Untraceable. It is an exclusive opportunity to network with thought leaders in an intimate and exciting environment. The conference includes 30+ sessions and panels, 1x1 meetings, keynote dinners, cabana pool party, casino night, activities and much more.

How can one mortgage holder "sometimes" charge a processing fee but the other can not?

Aside from language that may be in either mortgage contract, is there a recent law or Court decision that keeps this from being collected in Ohio? What is it?

I live in Ohio.