Long Island Iced Tea Soars 400% After Going ‘Long Blockchain’ (Figuratively And Literally)

This is a good looking chart: As you can see, that's Long Island Iced Tea Corp., and as the company name suggests, they make iced tea. Or at least they used to. Here's what they were doing as of Q3 (from their 10-Q): During April 2017, the Company expanded its brand to include lemonade. Lemonade is offered in nine flavors including traditional, lime, pink lemonade, kiwi & strawberry, cherry, peach, watermelon, wild berries and strawberry and is offered at retail in 18oz. bottles. The Co

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6 thoughts on “Long Island Iced Tea Soars 400% After Going ‘Long Blockchain’ (Figuratively And Literally)

  1. Blockchain is in someways not unlike 3D printing. Bother are unique technologies that undeniably have some very specific application advantages. Those applications are absolutely economically limited in most cases by much more economically competitive and existing applications that accomplish the same task – better and more efficiently. Like 3-D printing, it will be quite some time before the non-critical thinkers get a sense of those economic limitations and stop trying paint everything with a “blockchain” brush. “Blockchain” is the new lipstick color that every “pig” will try on.

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