Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
Eventure Interactive, Inc. (OTC: EVTI) an emerging leader in social calendaring, is pleased to announce that it recently received an office action notice from the USPTO granting subject approval on multiple intellectual property claims centered on its network access security, particularly, access security in an ad-hoc peer-to-peer network technology.
"We believe that this is a significant milestone and validation of the ongoing work that we are doing in the company’s technology roadmap and product offerings related to our go-to-market strategies," stated Gannon Giguiere, Eventure Interactive, Inc.’s CEO. “And as the technologies of social mobility continue to develop around the “Internet of Things," we believe that our peer-to-peer ad-hoc mobile network framework will position Eventure right in the middle of this landscape.”
About Eventure Interactive, Inc.:
Every day, there are hundreds of millions of events that people attend, where billions of photos and videos are taken. Almost none of these memories are being effectively organized in a meaningful way. Eventure solves this problem and addresses this massive market opportunity with a solution that can be monetized efficiently, is easy to use, and highly social.
At Eventure you'll find a simple, yet elegant, web-to-mobile application where individuals can easily create, capture, and organize life's memories. From the most basic lunch between friends, to the most elaborate star-studded gala, Eventure allows everyone to chip in during the planning of an event, easily check-in when you arrive at the event, capture and stream pictures and video during the event, and then scrapboard the collage of activity after it is all done.
Whether planning, inviting, attending, capturing and/or scrapboarding, Eventure truly redefines how one organizes life's most memorable moments. For the first time ever, there is a Social Calendar to use.
Forward Looking Statements:
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