Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCMKTS: ALYI) does more than create EV motorcycles to target the massive African boda-boda motorcycle taxi markets. They are also engaging in partnerships and collaborations to contribute to the fast-developing EV ecosystem. RevoltTOKEN is part of that endeavor. Moreover, the combined targeted opportunities can build substantial shareholder value in the near and long term.
On August 3rd, ALYI announced that its financing partner, Revolt Token, is making it easier than ever for investors to participate in the ALYI Electric Vehicle Ecosystem. According to its update, Revolt Tokens can now be purchased using wire transfer, credit, or debit cards at www.RVLTtoken.com or in exchange for other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
The RVLT purchases benefit investors in at least two ways. First, they offer access to a growing EV ecosystem through its security token features. Second, a good portion of those funds is dedicated to helping build ALYI’s EV infrastructure, including its launch into the African motorcycle rideshare markets. Both propositions can create value for investors.
Moreover, RVLT is offering a deal. In addition to an expected exchange listing for RVLT, current purchases of RVLT will be credited a bonus of 25% of their RVLT account’s value at the time of the listing. And not only does the coin present its own opportunity to appreciate in value, but it also benefits ALYI from an investment perspective. In ALYI’s case, it is helping to accelerate the development of a broad platform targeting multiple areas within the EV universe. From a pure token investment, investors may earn value through carbon credit dividends, EV sector partnership exposure, and VIP access to EV racing in Africa. ALYI investors hope for the former.
That’s especially true with Revolt Token being a key financing partner in developing ALYI’s electric vehicle ecosystem. Through that partnership and its other collaborations, ALYI is positioning to build shareholder value sooner rather than later. And while its projects may be slightly behind schedule, logistical hurdles caused by COVID earn a substantial part of the blame. Still, while slowed, ALYI is far from stopped. It expects to deliver the first order of its ReVolt electric motorcycle later this month. If so, expect investors to embrace the news. And as this stock has shown, its value can surge on positive updates.
Targeting Africa’s $4 Billion Market Opportunity
The RVLT update adds more fuel to ALYI’s mission of establishing an electric vehicle ecosystem across multiple continents. For example, ALYI announced in July that it is still on track to hold its first annual electric vehicle (EV) race and symposium in Nairobi, Kenya. ALYI expects that the event will not only help bring EV industry leaders and innovators together; it will also provide an opportunity to form potentially lucrative business collaborations. In fact, these potential partnerships are one of ALYI’s primary focuses.
And while the ecosystem ambition is credible, so is its EV motorcycle. Its innovative ReVOLT electric motorcycle has already received much attention in the rideshare industry due to its classic design, innovative technology, and energy efficiency. And it’s those features setting up ALYI to enter Africa’s $4 billion motorcycle taxi and ride-hail market. Moreover, with its order for 2000 motorcycles nearing delivery in the Kenyan markets, the company may finally be closing in on a transformative opportunity. As noted, ALYI is behind its planned July 2021 date. However, with logistical hurdles easing, ALYI expects to be back on the production track to deliver a best-in-class EV option to a massive industry. Delivery to the Kenyan market is expected to open substantial new opportunities throughout the country.
Alongside its rideshare trial program, ALYI plans to create a self-drive rental program that utilizes its electric motorcycles. The program would allow customers in Kenya to use a smartphone app to rent shared electric motorcycles and drive themselves, generating revenues reminiscent of how electric scooter company Bird has made millions by renting out shared electric scooters in urban areas.
The business model nicely complements its rideshare service and is an excellent fit for the African market, whose densely populated cities and the low number of vehicles per capita present a compelling market opportunity. Best of all, ALYI expects the service will be easy to implement.
According to its description, users could simply hop on ALYI’s electric motorcycle and drive themselves to their destination, eliminating the need to wait for a driver. Best of all, as the program would not require any payments to a driver, the business model could deliver high-margin revenues with little capital expenditure. Indeed, adding a self-drive program to ALYI’s revenue stream could prove lucrative in the upcoming quarters. It’s also a seamless and immediately accretive addition to its operations.
Supplying an All-Encompassing Electric Vehicle Ecosystem
Investors should also understand that ALYI’s electric motorcycle program is only the beginning of the company’s larger plan to develop a wholly-owned electric vehicle ecosystem.
In fact, ALYI emphasizes that the success of any electric vehicle is contingent on the simultaneous availability of the entire network of solutions required to support it. This network must supply the components that allow electric vehicles to function, including the availability of power, charging stations, long-range batteries, and internet access for software upgrades. Thus, while the delivery and launch of ReVolt is a catalyst on its own, investors should remember that ALYI’s plan of developing a comprehensive EV ecosystem to support these bikes can also be a substantial revenue driver.
The more excellent news is that ALYI is on its way to becoming a market leader in the boda-boda rideshare business, thanks to its creative approach and commitment to establishing a broadly focused development plan. Its partnerships help as well.
IQST Brings New Opportunities
ALYI’s partnership with iQSTEL (OTC: IQST) is one of its most exciting collaborations. Investors should watch this partnership closely because it will significantly support ALYI’s mission to provide valuable and affordable products to a billion-dollar sector.
The ALYI-IQST collaboration is primarily focused on developing alternative battery solutions that could potentially transform the electric vehicle industry. HD thin-film technology and industrial hemp are two of its novel energy solutions currently in development, demonstrating the ability to provide a more energy-efficient alternative to current EV batteries. These technologies have enormous potential, and discovering a practical application could pave the way for various uses beyond electric motorcycles.
Alongside energy efficiency, ALYI and IQST are also working to improve battery geolocation, maintenance processes, online diagnostic communications, and remote configuration. The collaboration could prove instrumental in bringing ALYI to the forefront of the industry. In fact, ALYI believes that the partnership could soon develop industry-leading solutions, creating an opportunity to generate significant returns through business partnerships and licensing agreements.
Stay Patient, Value May Be Near
Admittedly, ALYI shares could be doing better. However, as noted, much of its delays in meeting its aggressive timelines were undoubtedly impacted by the pandemic. The great news is that obstacles are clearing, positioning ALYI for substantial growth in the back half of this year.
And more than enriching shareholders, ALYI holds the longer-term potential to become a significant products and services provider in the African rideshare markets for years to come. Hence, with its improved balance sheet, strong partnerships, and the imminent launch of its ReVolt electric motorcycle in Kenya, taking a long-term investment approach in ALYI may be a wise consideration. And with a catalyst expected this month, some of that value may be near term.
At current prices and with milestones in reach, ALYI is a nano-cap investment to consider.
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