Neptune Digital Assets Announces Appointment of New Auditor

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – November 2, 2021 – Neptune Digital Assets Corp. (TSX-V:NDA) (OTC:NPPTF) (FSE:1NW) (“Neptune” or the “Company“), a cryptocurrency leader in Canada, is pleased to announce that, effective as of November 2, 2021 (the “Effective Date”), it has appointed RSM Canada LLP (“RSM”) to serve as the Company’s auditor until the next annual general meeting of shareholders of the Company.

“We are very pleased to be working with RSM Canada LLP. RSM brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in both audit engagements, review engagements and Canadian and US tax compliance, all which are integral to the growth and success of Neptune. RSM has been auditing companies in the crypto space now for some time and they will be a valuable resource to both Neptune and shareholders, we look forward to working with them as we grow the Company”, stated Cale Moodie, Neptune CEO.

RSM replaces Manning Elliott LLP (the “Former Auditor”) as the Company’s auditor following the Former Auditor’s resignation. In accordance with National Instrument 51-102, Neptune will file a change of auditor notice (“Notice”) on SEDAR, together with letters from RSM and the Former Auditor, in relation to the foregoing change of auditor within 14 days after the Effective Date.

About Neptune Digital Assets Corp.

Neptune Digital Assets (TSX-V:NDA) is one of the first publicly-traded blockchain companies in Canada ‎and is a cryptocurrency and blockchain infrastructure leader with operations across the digital asset ‎ecosystem including bitcoin mining, proof-of-stake mining, decentralized finance (DeFi) and associated ‎blockchain technologies.‎


Cale Moodie, President and CEO

Neptune Digital Assets Corp.


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