About Our Team

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William M. Keever, J.D.

President & CEO, Founder
Mr. Keever graduated with honors from Cumberland School of Law, magna cum laude, where he served as a published Editor of the Cumberland Law Review and was distinguished as a Curia Honoris Scholar, Dean’s Merit Scholar and Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow. Mr. Keever practiced law in private practice for over fifteen years in the areas of Corporate Law; Mergers and Acquisitions; and Securities Law, and has served as counsel to various public and private companies. Mr. Keever has had extensive experience in corporate finance for start-up, development stage, and operating companies and has also served in several executive positions with public and private companies. Mr. Keever was a Director, Senior Vice President, and General Counsel for a publicly traded company, and C.E.O. and Director of a subsidiary of a NASDAQ listed company.

  • Management Consulting 50%
  • Corporate Finance 80%
  • Mergers & Acquisitions 50%

Ron Rogers

Chief Operations Officer
Mr. Rogers is a dynamic entrepreneur and executive with a proven leadership record.  He has extensive experience in international business, startup financing and complex deal negotiation.  He has been a founder of three technology startups and his 25 year career in information technology spans sales, marketing, business development and executive positions in computer hardware, software, networking, consulting and services.  He has direct expertise in high end data center class systems, enterprise software, data warehousing and mining, storage, networking and wireless communications.  He is a recognized expert in internet security, privacy and commerce and a frequent speaker in industry forums.  Mr. Roger’s experience in founding companies and in partnering with other entrepreneurs and visionaries has given him unique insight into the various elements critical to success in any business.

  • Management 85%
  • Technology 70%
  • Marketing 50%

Michele Salters

Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Salters has been a corporate accountant for approximately 17 years, having served with several companies in various management capacities.  She comes to the Company after working for a large Private Equity Firm.  Ms. Salters is skilled in corporate finance and sophisticated financial modeling, as well using technology to monitor multiple and/or complicated lines of businesses.  She is aided by several members of the Companies accounting staff, all of which have accounting degrees and one or more advanced degrees or certifications.  Ms. Salters has an accounting degree from Emory University, having graduated with honors, cum laude, and a Masters in Business Administration from Vanderbilt University.

  • Accounting 80%
  • Corporate Finance 30%
  • Risk Analysis 50%

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While business growth is important, the key to business success is innovative growth – growing in the right horizontal and vertical areas.

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The most effective and sustainable way to grow revenue, control costs and maximize profits is through the use of new digital technologies.

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Motivated and clear communication throughout a business organization is essential to effective management and leadership.

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Bitcoin Investment Trust Shares Are Rising

Bitcoin Investment Trust shares have recently grown compared to the time of their public debut several months ago.   Shares of Bitcoin Investment Trust (OTCMKTS:GBTC) are trading at their highest premiums relative to their underlying Bitcoin value since shortly after their public debut in May 2015. In a short-term trading on Bitcoin Black Friday the shares closed higher by 11.96% at $47.00, catching up Bitcoin’s huge gains of skyrocketing 16% to $370 on Bitstamp from the day before. At the moment, each share represents approximately 0.0959 BTC. Bitcoin Black Friday’s closing price implies an underlying bitcoin value of $490, which is a 36% premium to the actual Bitcoin price of $359. Shares hit an intraday peak point of $51.50, their highest level since hitting $57.00 during Bitcoin’s jump to $500 earlier in the month. Premiums have been growing by implication of that jump, possibly a result of renewed investor appetite for one of the only regulated Bitcoin instruments available to the public. When the shares became publicly available in May 2015, investors initially paid premiums in excess of 100% to procure them. Afterwards, the shares quickly shed 80% of their premium, which has since typically hovered between 10% and 25%. When the Bitcoin recovery started to gain momentum in late October, GBTC failed to hold on. At various points, the shares actually traded below par for the first time in their publicly traded history. Subsequently, premiums reversed higher to well above typical levels, approaching 50% two weeks ago, and holding in the 35% to 40% range. Some of the notable movements in the GBTC premium value were in fact a result of delayed reactions by the shares to the...

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