Seafarer Exploration Corp OTCMKTS: SFRX is on the Surging Move


Seafarer Exploration Corp OTCMKTS: SFRX is a publicly traded underwater salvage and exploration company traded under the symbol SFRX. The principal business of the company is to develop the infrastructure necessary to engage in the archaeologically-sensitive research, documentation, exploration, recovery and conservation of historic shipwrecks. The company has secured multiple sites it believes contain historic and valuable shipwrecks. The company will use accepted archaeological methods to properly document, research and recover portions of the wrecks. Seafarer employs scientists and historians and is committed to preserving the cultural and historical significance of every wreck it finds.

On April 10th, 2019 Seafarer Exploration Corp and Blockchain Logistech, LLC are pleased to announce a new and additional U.S. government agency has secured the services of their strategic partner Probability and Statistics, Inc. (P&S). P&S has been engaged to create and service a government agency project for the next 12 months and beyond. The purchase order is the second of other planned projects to service a group of U.S. government agencies.

Seafarer CEO Kyle Kennedy commented, “The significance of a different U.S. government agency being recruited by Seafarer to contract with P&S demonstrates the validity of the business model to build multiple revenue streams for Seafarer. Attracting these government contracts is wonderful for Seafarer shareholders and I expect them to continue to expand. But this is still the beginning as I anticipate encryption work from other business sectors outside of government entities.”

Kennedy added, “P&S has been an amazing business partner who understands the needs and nuances of a complicated, diverse and secretive clientele. The solutions offered by P&S are tailored to meet the extremely high demands of some of the most sophisticated and technologically advanced agencies in the world.”

Don Beavers, CEO of P&S, stated, “Probability and Statistics is pleased to have received this additional government agency contract through the efforts of the Blockchain Logistech team at Seafarer. This is the second of a total of six pending Federal level contracts for this year. We are also anticipating the awarding of Seafarer’s first State level contract sometime in the third quarter. What an incredible first year for our strategic partnership! These additional contracts should begin providing ongoing monthly revenues to Seafarer within the next few months and these types of contracts can often renew for multiple years.”

On March 12th, 2019 the company disclosed that it has been granted renewals to two 1A-31 Exploration Permits, each with a Dig and Identify Modification, for Areas 1 and 2 of the Melbourne Beach site from the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research (FBAR) and the Division of Historical Resources (DHR). The DHR is issuing a 3-year extension for permit numbers 2016.05 and 2014.04 to Seafarer’s Quest LLC, which will extend the permits to March 1, 2022 and January 14, 2022, respectively. Seafarer’s Quest is a partnership between Seafarer Exploration and Heartland Treasure Quest.

Seafarer CEO Kyle Kennedy stated, “We are again pleased to receive these renewals as there are several areas of interest that warrant further investigation in these territories. Hopefully, some of the new technology we are developing internally will help us better understand this wreck site. Also, I’d like to thank the director and staff at FBAR and DHR for their cooperation and assistance.”

Mr. Kennedy continued, “With the help of the scientists and engineers at Probability and Statistics and the Florida Institute of Technology we should be able to significantly increase our knowledge of this shipwreck and further verify its provenance. At this point, our research and investigation indicates a Spanish 1715 fleet shipwreck.”

All work will be conducted under the terms of an exploration permit issued by the Florida Department of State, Bureau of Archaeological Research, Division of Historical Resources.