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December 2020 Newsletter Ideanomics
Timios House

Achieving A Title of Your Own:
How Timios Empowers Consumers Through Real Estate Closing Price Transparency

By Ray Davison, CEO of Timios, Inc. with
contributions from Alf Poor, CEO of Ideanomics

For most people, buying a home is the largest and most complicated purchase they will ever make. Yet much of the process remains shrouded in mystery.

Most people think buying a home means making an offer and getting it accepted — done and move in! Then closing day comes and they find that there are long legal forms to review and a pile of unexpected costs: title fees, insurance fees, filing fees, transfer taxes and so on.


Ideanomics Event Schedule

1. FORCE Wealth/Roth Capital EV Symposium – January 8, 2021
Ideanomics to participate on Panel #2 at 11:00AM ET.
FORCE Wealth and ROTH Capital Partners are co-sponsoring two one-hour panel discussions with thought leaders in the electric vehicle manufacturing and infrastructure sectors to help investors understand where those opportunities may exist.

Luokung: A leading tech company that uses its data-processing SuperEngine to enable EV and autonomous vehicle operation
Ideanomics: An electric vehicle manufacturer that integrates financial resources, charging networks, and utilities
Nuvve: A leader in vehicle to grid (V2G) infrastructure for high-powered charging and grid services
Blink Charging: Deploying and operating EV charging infrastructure globally
Beam Global: The most rapidly deployed EV charging stations in the world

Moderated by Harvey Briggs, Editor/Publisher of Rides & Drives

To register for the event click HERE.

2. Needham’s 23rd Annual Growth Conference. January 11 – 15, 2021
Ideanomics CEO Alf Poor to present on January 15 at 2:45 PM ET. To register for the webcast click HERE.

3. CleanTech Forum San Francisco – January 19 – 21, 2021
Ideanomics to participate in a panel on January 20 at 1:50PM ET
Electrifying Commercial Fleets – Unique Challenges and Solutions
Longer range and higher payload requirements are just some of the major challenges to electrify commercial vehicle fleets. Unlike smaller passenger vehicles, electric commercial vehicles are riskier to finance, have more complex operations and need to be able to transport heavy loads, often long distances. In this session we’ll discuss promising solutions to help solve the unique barriers to electrification in this sector.

Tony Brasil – Branch Chief, California Air Resources Board
Alf Poor – CEO, Ideanomics
Mike Roeth – Executive Director, North American Council for Freight Efficiency
Steve Heckeroth – CEO, Solectrac
Moderated by Craig Irwin – Managing Director, Cleantech, Roth Capital

To register click HERE.
Use IDEAGUEST for a 15% discounted rate off of registration price!

Mings Bings

Chef Ming Tsai’s new product, Mings Bings.

Lan Cashmere

Yang Lan Fashion

Diego dalla Palma, Ideanomics, Grapevine Village

Diego dalla Parma Milano

Support Local and Mission-Driven Brands this Holiday Season Through Grapevine Shops

Grapevine Shops, the consumer-facing e-commerce platform and part of the Grapevine Village community, is proud to announce its initial group of brands for the holiday season that embody Grapevine’s mission. Shoppers of all ages and interests will discover innovative and purpose-driven brands, most of which are led by black, brown, and female creators and were carefully curated by Grapevine Shops’ female founders Kristen Standish and Charity Richins. Featured brands include James Beard award-winning chef and Food Network star Ming Tsai’s new product, Mings Bings, as well as many other local Boston area epicurean favorites like One Mighty Mill, Spice Alchemy, and Barry’s Hot Sauce. For fashionistas and beauty enthusiasts, Grapevine Shops offers unique and luxurious products from Smiling Button, Yang Lan Fashion, Alps and Meters, Hanalei, and Diego dalla Parma Milano, to name a few. To support the mission of building a trust economy, Grapevine Shops is committed to giving back, and 10% of all proceeds will go to Family Reach, a 501c3 non-profit that serves as a financial lifeline for families fighting cancer. Family Reach is near and dear to Chef Ming Tsai and further strengthens the relationship with him and Mings Bings, Family Reach, and Grapevine Shops.
To explore Grapevine’s specially curated Gift Guides and to learn more about the diverse brands available in Shops, please visit Follow along on social media @GrapevineShops. #shopthroughthegrapevine