Infinity Stone Ventures Corp. (CSE: GEMS) (OTC: GEMSF) (FSE: B2I), the Canadian Securities Exchange-listed company, has received approval to cross list its shares on Upstream, the revolutionary trading app for digital securities and NFTs. This cross listing will enable Infinity Stone to tap into a global, digital-first investor base outside the U.S., providing access to trade using USDC digital currency, credit, debit, PayPal, and USD. Trading will commence on Upstream on July 6, 2023, under the ticker symbol “GEMS”.

The move to list on Upstream is a significant milestone for Infinity Stone Ventures as it expands its reach and enhances liquidity and price discovery for its shares. This listing aligns with Infinity Stone’s commitment to democratize access to its shares and bring its investment opportunity to a wider audience. Investors outside the U.S. can prepare for trading by downloading the Upstream app and completing a simple KYC identity verification process.

Existing non-U.S. shareholders can readily transfer their shares to Upstream by following the instructions provided on the app. A push notification will be sent to shareholders on listing day once their shares are deposited and available for trading on Upstream.

In addition to real-time trading and settlement, Upstream participants on listing day will have the opportunity to claim a free digital collectible (NFT) commemorating the cross listing. Shareholders may also be eligible for future digital promotions that can be redeemed for added value.

Zayn Kalyan, CEO of Infinity Stone Ventures, expressed excitement about the opportunity to cross list on Upstream and make their shares accessible to a global investor base. He highlighted the innovative, digital-first nature of the listing and its ability to provide various trading options to investors.

Infinity Stone Ventures aims to be a diversified supplier for critical energy metals used in the clean energy revolution. The company acquires 100% interest in critical mineral deposits in mining-friendly jurisdictions, catering to battery and wind turbine manufacturers, energy producers, and energy metals speculators.