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Beyond Medical (CSE:DOCT) subsidiary Micron Technologies achieves “Amazon’s Choice” designation and begins to accept Bitcoin payments for its face masks
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  • Micron Technologies' three-ply medical grade face masks have achieved the "Amazon's Choice" designation from Amazon
  • Micron Technologies is now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment for its products
  • Beyond Medical, through its subsidiary Micron Technologies, manufactures medical-grade facemasks compliant with ASTM F2100 Standards
  • Beyond Medical Technologies (DOCT) is up 13.79 per cent, trading at C$0.165 per share at 12:30 pm ET

Beyond Medical Technologies (DOCT) is pleased to provide the following corporate update regarding its wholly-owned subsidiary Micron Technologies Inc.

In early April, Micron Technologies' three-ply medical grade face masks achieved the "Amazon's Choice" designation from Amazon. The "Amazon's Choice" designation is achieved by having a high star rating, competitive price, low return rate, consistent inventory, and high sales.

Micron Technologies anticipates a sales boost following achieving the "Amazon's Choice" designation.

In addition to Amazon, Micron Technologies' products are available online at Walmart and Shopify.

Micron Technologies is now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment for its products. The option to pay with Bitcoin is available to both retail and wholesale customers. Customers who wish to pay with Bitcoin can do so on Micron Technologies' website where the payment will be completed via BitPay, a Bitcoin service provider.

Beyond Medical is an industrial/technology company. The company, through its subsidiary Micron Technologies, manufactures medical-grade facemasks compliant with ASTM F2100 Standards.

Beyond Medical Technologies (DOCT) is up 13.79 per cent, trading at C$0.165 per share at 12:30 pm ET.

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