Venice, FL - (NewMediaWire) - February 6, 2019 - Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. ("CyberloQ" or the "Company") (OTC: ACRT) is pleased to announce the following update on the Company's business and information objectives going forward. 

A private blockchain is an invitation-only network governed by a single entity. Entrants to the network require permission to read, write or audit the blockchain. There can be different levels of access and information can be encrypted to protect commercial confidentiality. Private blockchains allow organizations to employ distributed ledger technology without making data public. 

Private blockchains are faster, more efficient and more cost-effective than public blockchains, which require a lot of time and energy to validate transactions. 

Gregory Ricca, President of The Diabetic Help Center, states, “The Diabetic Help Center is set to begin launching its clinics throughout the U.S., beginning in South Florida. These clinics utilize diagnostic testing, including DNA profiling, and a functional medical approach to identify and assess the root causes for abnormally high blood sugar and applies customized natural therapies to restoring patients with Diabetes Mellitus to health and reducing their dependence on pharmaceuticals that damage the bodies processes. Our programs are also very effective in maintaining the health of Pre-Diabetics. The system requires our Medical, Dietary, Fitness and Mental Health Professionals to record and review patient data, test results and progress reports and share this data with approved patient physicians. We use these reports as the focal point of our proven systemic approach to achieve and support lifestyle changes that result in positive patient outcomes. CyberloQ has developed our database and data collection systems from the ground up and is our choice for securing this data. In a world where computer security and HIPAA compliance is always an issue, we are very pleased, confident and proud to have CyberloQ as a most-valued Vendor Partner.” 

The Company is attaching this private blockchain to their SQL database. All information that would connect the patients to their medical and personal details will be encrypted in the blockchain (name, address, phone numbers, etc.). The combination of utilizing our CyberloQ APP system along with our private blockchain will give (ACRT) the ability to offer a truly unprecedented level of security to virtually any company or agency, stated Mark Carten, the Company’s Chief Technology Officer. The building of the blockchain for Diabetic Help Centers is an important milestone for ACRT in the medical community as well as for other verticals that want to protect the front and back end of valuable and sensitive data. Fines and violations can be significantly high for data breaches such as PII and HIPAA, in some cases putting clinics out of business.  The CyberloQ platform/blockchain protects against those intrusions and hacks giving the Company's involved peace of mind. This will give the company great visibility for the CyberloQ platform. The Company has received other indications of interest already in several verticals. 

About CyberloQ: Whether it be bank cards, websites or databases, the CyberloQ “back-end” software can be installed on the client’s servers or CyberloQ can handle the authentications on our servers. Our apps can run autonomously, or our API’s can be integrated into the card issuer’s exiting app system. We offer complete customization to suit any client requirements. 

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Chris Jackson
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