NEW YORK, NY, Sept. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE - DarkPulse, Inc. today announced that FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) has completed its review of the Company’s name and ticker symbol change and has announced the changes: (OTC PINK: KLMK), which it received following a reverse merger, to (OTC PINK: DPLS).

Dennis O’Leary, DarkPulse’s Chairman and Co-CEO, commented: "It has been hugely rewarding to both lead and transform DarkPulse over the last several years as well as completing final steps to take the Company to the public market. As the business has now been set on a course to become a global technology company and a course for success, I would like to thank the former executive team of Klever Marketing (KLMK) and their shareholders for giving DarkPulse this opportunity. Going forward we will explore new opportunities that leverage my passion and successful track record building high-growth and innovative technology companies. I have every confidence in our executive team, strategic partners and employees going forward. Today starts a new chapter for DarkPulse, Inc.”

About DarkPulse, Inc.

DarkPulse, Inc. is comprised of two, patent-rich security platforms: Advanced, Fiber-based Monitoring Systems and Ultra-High Sensitivity Sensors ("UHHS"). The first involves advanced laser-based monitoring systems, including hardware/software that detects changes in the structural integrity of infrastructure. The second involves analytical equipment/patented technologies for detecting trace amounts of explosives/ chemical warfare agents/illicit drugs--considered the "Holy Grail" of global security. 

For more information, visit  www.DarkPulse.com

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