Taoping (TAOP) falls 1.21% on Moderate Volume January 14

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Taoping Inc. (NASDAQ: TAOP) shares fell 1.21%, or $0.02 per share, to close Friday at $1.66. After opening the day at $1.65, shares of Taoping fluctuated between $1.69 and $1.56. 49,924 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 89,928. Friday's activity brought Taoping’s market cap to $15,635,783.

About Taoping Inc.

Taoping Inc. (formerly known as China Information Technology, Inc.), is a leading provider of smart display terminals for targeted advertising and online retails. The Company provides the integrated end-to-end digital advertising solutions enabling customers to distribute and manage ads on cloud-based ad display screens. Connecting owners of Taoping screens, advertisers and consumers, it builds up a resource sharing "Smart IoT Screen Network- Taoping App - Taoping Go (e-Store)" media ecosystem to ultimately achieve the mission "our technology makes advertising and branding affordable and effective for everyone."

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