Quest is excited to announce a new portfolio acquisition.


Acquired in May 2021 and assigned to our wholly owned subsidiary Taasera Licensing LLC, this portfolio consists of seven issued United States patents.


The patents generally relate to the field of data center virtualization, including systems and methods for providing dynamic operational integrity attestation of application security and a user reputation at runtime.

Quest CEO Jon Scahill commented, "the Taasera portfolio is the second acquisition out of our recently announced $27m acquisition capital facility. When you think about the importance of enterprise security in today’s environment, it's easy to understand the excitement around the addition of the Taasera Portfolio."


You can find a list of the Portfolio Assets comprising the Taasera Portfolio on our new Taasera page.

Quest is excited to announce a new portfolio acquisition.


Acquired in February 2021 and assigned to our wholly owned subsidiary Peregrin Licensing LLC, this portfolio consists of eight issued United States patents.

The patents generally relate to systems and methods for processing inbound and outbound communications, for example, determining the location of a caller and routing the inbound communication to an entity in the caller’s location.


The product of the innovative efforts of Michael Morency, President and CEO of Peregrin Services Corp, and his co-inventors, the patented technology has applications in, among others, the financial services, credit counseling and healthcare industries.


Quest CEO Jon Scahill commented, "the Peregrin portfolio is the first acquisition out of our recently announced $27m acquisition capital facility. We're excited to add these assets to our portfolio of intellectual property."


You can find a list of the Portfolio Assets comprising the Peregrin Portfolio on our new Peregrin page.

Today Quest was uplisted to the OTCQB Venture Market for for entrepreneurial and development stage U.S. and international companies. The Company's OTC Markets profile page can be viewed here.


To be eligible, companies must be current in their reporting and undergo an annual verification and management certification process. Companies must meet $0.01 bid test and may not be in bankruptcy. Additional details on eligibility, reporting and verification are below or at the OTC Markets website.


Eligibility Requirements

  • U.S. companies must have audited annual financials by a PCAOB auditor. (Tier 2 Regulation A Companies are exempt from requirement to use a PCAOB auditor for their initial audit)

  • Meet minimum bid price test of $0.01

  • Not be in bankruptcy

  • Have at least 50 Beneficial Shareholders, each owning at least 100 shares

  • Have a freely traded Public Float of at least 10% of the total issued and outstanding of that security. Companies with a freely traded Public Float of at least 5% (and $2 million in market value of public float), or a separate class of securities traded on a national exchange may apply for an exemption (see OTCQB Standards)

  • Have a transfer agent that participates in the Transfer Agent Verified Share Program (US Companies only)

Reporting Requirements


Meet one of the following Reporting Standards:

  • SEC Reporting Standard

  • Regulation A Reporting Standard (Tier 2)

  • U.S. Bank Reporting Standard

  • International Reporting Standard

  • Alternative Reporting Standard

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Verification Requirements

  • Maintain a Verified Company Profile

  • Post initial and annual verification and management certification