SOURCE: The X-Change Corporation

September 21, 2010 12:13 ET

The X-Change Corporation Announces Trading Symbol Change, Modified Price for Genesis Key, Inc.

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - September 21, 2010) -  The X-Change Corporation (PINKSHEETS: XCHCD) today announces that FINRA has approved the change of the company's trading symbol back to its former (PINKSHEETS: XCHC) effective at the start of trading on September 22, 2010.

In addition, the terms of X-Change's acquisition of Genesis Key, Inc. has changed. On September 8, 2010, the company announced that it was issuing 16,000,000 shares of restricted stock to the shareholders of Genesis Key in exchange for 100 percent of the stock of Genesis Key. That number has been changed to 6,000,000 shares of restricted stock after the Company announced the acquisition of Cybertel USA, Inc.

Genesis Key is a US information technology company developing secure-mobile-to-enterprise-communications technologies that enable private voice, data, video, and other media across multiple operating systems, devices, carriers and protocols. The company's flagship product, SecurVoice©, is the world's first totally secure digital communication software-only solution. It protects global voice connections between and within all types of cell, satellite, PBX, SDR and VOIP environments. SecurVoice is an application platform that is device- and carrier-independent and works with all legacy systems, operating on top of existing network carriers. Genesis Key delivers system-level technology solutions to wireless markets. SecurVoice serves commercial, federal, and global markets.

About The X-Change Corporation
The X-Change Corporation is a publicly traded company. In March, 2010, X-Change began a restart after a period of dormancy. Management believes that the new direction indicated by the acquisition of Genesis Key, Inc. and Cybertel USA, Inc., will better serve the Company's shareholders.

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