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SOURCE Endexx Corporation
Endexx and Hayes Pharmacy Inc. enter in MOU
PHOENIX, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Endexx Corporation (OTC Markets: EDXC) announces that it has entered into a Letter of Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding to purchase and acquire from Hayes Pharmacy Inc. (a Texas Corporation), the exclusive operating technology, intellectual property, marketing and ownership rights to a proprietary pharmaceutical/pharmacy compliance, controls, privacy, verification and operations platform. The platform is specifically designed to service the medical marijuana industry and long term chronic pharmaceutical patient care arena. Upon completion of due diligence and closing of the transaction, Endexx will report details of the business going forward.
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