We’ve all heard the term “Unicorn”, which typically refers to a Silicon Valley company that reaches a valuation of $1 Billion prior to its IPO.

They’re so rare that even most investment bankers never catch one, so the average retail investor can forget about their broker ringing them up to back up the Brink’s truck. The investment bankers take on some risk, but the reward can be life changing and turn those early investors into household names.
Something that’s probably much rarer than a unicorn is a Venture Market technology listing that’s positioned to dominate a sexy space that it created. So, when you hear about one of these, you better put your due diligence cap on and make your move.

Is your chart up or are you happy to see me?

The stock market is the world’s greatest history lesson. Every day we see new companies graduate to a national exchange or others hit new daily highs on news catalysts and stock trader excitement. Although these events are only past indicators; traders, algorithms, and funds, alike, use the historic data to try to predict the event’s present or future value, so Wall Street always seems to reference the past when trying to predict the future and these announcements tend to become catalysts that can drive excitement into predictable patterns of profits and losses.

The euphoria of “being right” and watching, as traders and investors send your stock idea Super Nova or “to the moon”, can be as captivating as a game winning touchdown or homerun in the World Series, which can yield life altering results.

Having Genius level timing is important to locking in Life Changing trading profits, however it’s best that you first confirm that the past, present and future indicators are aligned with your trading thesis.
We should always try to learn from past lessons, so we mirror the successes and avoid repeating the mistakes. The stock market may be the easiest place to quantify this, as history teaches us predictable patterns that can quickly make you rich if you study and navigate them successfully.

Kraig Labs (OTCQB:KBLB) is primed for a historic run and savvy Investors will want to read this penny stock’s news, watch some videos, study the filings and the charts, before this magazine becomes the next historic trading lesson.

KBLB All Time Chart
If you’re unfamiliar with this company, then you probably haven’t been trading very long or only follow Warren Buffett in trading household name stocks, as it’s been a favorite of traders and has a huge investor following.
Most of the trading world is familiar with Kraig Labs (KBLB) because, over the years, it has rewarded some traders and investors dizzying gains, which can be viewed by looking at the long-term chart above or on any software.

The chart confirms that KBLB’s catalyst driven news cycles have moved markets well over a hundred percent many times. As we head into the Spring and Summer of 2022, anticipated upcoming events could make this next run the biggest and noteworthy of the company’s history; and that’s saying a lot.


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Charting history with upcoming catalysts!

5 upcoming game-changing KBLB catalysts

Kraig Biocraft Laboratories’ (OTCQB: KBLB) transgenic silkworms have the potential to achieve essentially pure spider silk, a massive genetic engineering feat that’s a game-changer for the $multibillion polymers landscape and it has 5 significant catalysts that are just around the corner.

Kraig Labs worked miracles without money, but it recently raised $8 million while working through the approval process of a potential up listing to a national exchange.

The $8million is 1/3 of the original proposed up listing offering of up to $24million.
Savvy investors should be excited by this development for several reasons; the most important being that KBLB will have the ability to deploy this capital adding significant value prior to listing on any exchange and or secondary offering.
Investors should also note that the institutional investors are supporting the company’s efforts before a potential up listing, which may be an indication they believe the company’s commercialization plans will significantly benefit from the immediate fund’s allocation.

This money is what is commonly called impact capital. Its primary use is to expand equipment and personnel needed for rapid expansion and production. The money raised should help to ensure the completion of the company’s other announced exclusive purchase and sales agreement, which is potentially worth $40 M, over 5 years, although the Kings Group (“Kings”), Kraig’s partner, published that they believe that they can reach $200 M for the 5 years and that’s for just the ASEAN region, which is ~3% of the global GDP.

*KBLB recently announced the first shipment of Dragon Silk yarn to SpydaSilk Enterprises. (“Spydasilk”). Spydasilk is a Singapore-based joint venture between Kings and Kraig Labs focused on the commercial sale of luxury streetwear and apparel derived from spider silk.

Spydasilk will process the Company’s recombinant spider silk yarn, trade named Dragon Silk, into premium fabrics and garments. Spydasilk expects to make these products available through a combination of direct sales and traditional retail channels.

This news begins the official countdown to larger shipments and sales as the company executes on its sales agreement.


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Looking Ahead

Kraig Labs just applied for two patents, which means that they haven’t been approved and there’s no guarantee that they’ll be approved, but, at this point are an important window that shows the awesome potential for the Company’s technology and the overall mindset.
The first patent app is entitled “Synthesis of Non-Native Proteins in Bombyx Mori by Modifying Sericin Expression” is absolutely brilliant because it hints that the Company may utilize a process that normal sericulture views as waste. Normally, the silkworm produces sericin that is coated on the outside of the silk. It appears that Kraig Labs will wisely replace the sericin gene with a non-native protein target gene, so, rather than producing an undesirable sericin rich wastewater, it will produce a bath filled with high concentrations of a target protein.
Here are some of the examples proteins they have targeted as examples:
This news begins the official countdown to larger shipments and sales as the company executes on its sales agreement.
Scieroproteins (ie. collagen, elastin, fibrin, keratin): These proteins are used in a lot of industries, but maybe most notably in the cosmetic industry.
Much Longer term targets, due to regulatory requirements
Proinsulin: Proinsulin (which eventually matures into insulin) may be the gateway to targeting other massive markets ($10’s of billions annual revenues, just for insulin). If Kraig Labs can produce insulin, or other therapeutic proteins, for cheaper than the current method (microbial protein production), than they become a buyout target for any big pharma company.
Human Growth Hormones: Look up the economics of producing HGH, but the bottom line is that it’s about a $4 billion business.
Human Interferons: I won’t go into the details, because this field is so vast, but, in essence, these are how cells communicate to each other in the body.
Factor VIII: This is the enzyme that people who suffer from Hemophilia A genetically lack. The current standard of treatment, for severe forms of this disease, requires injection of synthetic versions (Enzyme Replacement Therapy) of Factor VIII up to 2-3 times a week. Perhaps you’ve followed biotech companies, like Sangamo (partnered with Pfizer) or Biomarin and the battle that’s playing out regarding Hemophilia A and Factor VIII. It is a cash cow for these companies.

Pretty amazing, right?

Hold on to your hats, because the second recently published patent application “Synthesis of High Molecular Weight Proteins Using Inteins” might be even more exciting.
Inteins are pretty amazing and scientists are only now starting to scratch the surface with what they can do. In essence, they can be used to couple two proteins together and then automatically excise themselves from the protein structure. A lot of other fields incorporate them for drug delivery timing.
Kraig Labs, however, is using them to make their already high molecular weight spider silk proteins, EVEN LARGER!
And not by just double or triple, but by basically as many as they want (I’m sure there’s a theoretical or metabolic limit somewhere), by adding these inteins as couplings at the ends of each of their target proteins. These inteins seek each other out, bind, and then remove themselves from the chain. Since silks are what are considered fibrous proteins (as opposed to globular, disordered, or membrane type proteins), they can keep coupling together as long as the inteins keep locating each other. This could quickly turn a 500 kDa protein into 1000, 1500, 2000 kDa or more. The company hasn’t disclosed their limits, so who knows what they are?
This is an incredible breakthrough that should have direct correlation with the mechanical properties of the recombinant silk. This could make many different fibers obsolete, even Aramids and UHMWP, like dyneema and Spectra, because Kraig Labs can decide how many (if any) strength or flexibility motifs they want to include in their final proteins.
However, the best part is was how the patent application appears to also protect against any competitors who try to do this with the microbial protein production process. This may be a death blow to any process they might think to use intreins using microbes.

This release and the recent money indicate a possible Spring/Summer news cycle that could create significant upside for the company’s stock.

According to the chart, the last announcement concerning Polartec sent shares vertical to $.50, which was pre pandemic and prior to being flush with cash and starting shipments of its flagship products.

KBLB charted a course that many tried to follow

Over the years, we have all heard the Silicon Valley term “Unicorn” This usually refers to a company that reaches a valuation of $1 Billion prior to listing on an exchange.
“Unicorns” usually disrupt their industry, are technology driven, and are FIRST in their space.
Kraig Labs was the first successful idea in its space, but, rather than opting for having a traditional VC funder take over the company and execute a VC centric exit strategy, they raised the first round from private investors on the Venture Exchange. The Exchange’s regulatory hurdles and predatory financiers caused the commercialization process to take much longer than it otherwise should.
Additionally, the Vietnamese government must have recognized the gargantuan opportunity to revitalize its silk production industry and invited Kraig Labs to bring its Transgenic Silkworms there, but the Company had to wait for the Vietnamese legal framework to catch up, before they were able to access the robust sericultural infrastructure that was already in place and operating.
During this time, KBLB spent millions of dollars to upgrade its lab, develop new technologies, and deliver even better results. This extra time resulted in Kraig refining its products and growing its product line verticals. The VC’s loved the story so much, and must have identified the profit potential, that that they began to form competitors in the space, raising huge sums of money. Some of those competitors were Unicorns solely based on the money raised evaluations. However, not one of them has unseated Kraig’s undisputed leadership role in this space and some have, seemingly, thrown in the towel.

KBLB’s futuristic transgenic silkworm workhorse uses a long established infrastructure, so it’s able to create a superior natural biosynthetic spider silk for slightly more than regular run of the mill silk. That’s its genius competitive advantage and its technology is locked down by Kraig.

Transgenic Silkworm


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What else can Spider Silk do?

The military wants to incorporate spider silk into their next generations of antiballisatics, so it seems like it’s only a matter of time before that becomes the new standard. However, if you think that they’re only interested in the antiballistic properties you’re missing the target.
In addition to body armor, Air Force scientists are experimenting to develop a functional fiber that may keep our troops lighter and cooler. Applications range from parachutes that are able to carry larger payloads to high performance applications that utilize natural silk’s cooling and temperature regulation properties of natural silk, which radiates more heat than it absorbs when in direct sunlight. When compared to reflective materials, silk drops 10-15 degrees Fahrenheit, on hot summer days, and may be incorporated in clothing and Forward Operating Base tents.
Spider silk may be the ideal fiber for vital statistic monitoring clothing, which, on top of its obvious military applications, should also have major commercial and medical implications.
The Company’s primary focus remains on textiles, garments, and fiber-based applications for its recombinant spider silk technology, KBLB is now developing gels, powders, and liquid base applications for its specialized silk. These efforts have recently resulted in a significant breakthrough in their production of hydrolyzed spider silk.

On July 12, Kraig Biocraft announced on its website that it has been awarded a contract of up to $1 million with the US Army to test the product. This will allow for the product to be put through tests that include ballistic-impact trials.

Commercial and Consumer Applications

The same energy absorbing qualities may help create anti-concussion helmets and numerous civilian applications. Many scientists specialize in working on spider silk based potential applications and the short list includes the following;
  • Fireproof clothing 1
  • Eco-friendly optics for use in biosensors, lasers, microchips 2
  • Spider silk lines may be the answer to fishing more than 4 billion metric tons of dissolved uranium from the oceans3, which is something that researchers have been working on for 50 years4
  • Biodegradable tires, puncture proof commercial and agricultural use tires, or tires with self-regenerating tread for electric cars5
  • Thanks to its outstanding optical properties, scientists are toying with spider silk to be used as a bioresorbable optical fiber to sense chemicals and compounds6, including the detection of environmental contaminants or radiation
  • Photonics solution, as spider silk can be used to make hollow optical tubes that are fine enough to carry beams of light around the fastest nanoscale optical circuits7
  • Impact-absorbing helmets8 for military, police, skiers, cyclists, snowboarding, football, skateboarders, hockey, motorsports, etc.
  • Biodegradable fishing lines9

The short list, of the endless possible applications, includes automotive interiors, hot air balloon materials, new pesticides, automotive body panels, and sail cloth for boats and gliders, but the immediate biggie is clothing, from high fashion to high tech

Scientists are experimenting in fields that are a far cry from the spider silk sutures that humans first used thousands of years ago. Spider Silk’s natural biocompatibility and anti-bacterial agents opens the door to an endless list of possibilities. 

  • Researchers from Austria’s MedUni Vienna/Vienna General Hospital are using spider silk to help heal severe nerve injuries10
  • Department for Biomaterials, University of Bayreuth tissue engineering11
  • Researchers from Sweden and India are using spider silk to develop bioactive wound dressing and skin grafts12 to help heal wounds, ranging from chronic wounds, like diabetic foot ulcers, to critical burn skin grafts
  • Some scientists have been working on using spider silk to target deliver drugs to fight cancerous tumors13
  • Braided microsurgical suture14
  • MIT’s journal Science Advances, reported that an MIT scientific team discovered that spider silk fibers strong response to humidity changes might lead to new kinds of artificial muscles and/or robotic actuators15
  • Spider silk may protect vaccines from heat damage16, which could make it a game changer in developing countries where refrigeration is often a problem for conventional vaccines
  • A team from Binghamton University, in New York, is working to improve hearing aid microphone quality by using sensitive spider silk17, which can pick up air velocity and deliver a wider frequency range
  • As a scaffold to rebuild human cornea18
  • University of Oxford professor, Fritz Vollrath, has been studying spider silk to repair cartilage and as a superior vascular graft option for haemodialysis19, as the current options malfunction within one year and fail within two.
  • Silk as an innovative biomaterial for cancer therapy20

Kraig Labs is on the cusp of once-in-a-generation technical textiles market change. The benefits from this breakthrough technology and the implementation of this sustainable zero-impact production process could not only transform existing technologies, it could become category-defining in its own right.

Kraig comments on the competitors in the space in its filing

These competitors have raised and spent 100’s of millions of dollars in pursuit of the same results that we have achieved, but through different and more complex means. The Company believes that its competitors will continue to overspend while struggling to deliver the results that we have been able to achieve utilizing the existing global infrastructure.


“We compete directly with numerous other companies which seek to develop similar product lines and/or distribution that have extensive capital, resources, market share, and brand recognition.”

“There are presently three primary competitors that we face in our industry, Bolt Threads, Inc., Spiber Inc. and AMSilk, all of which have significantly greater financial resources than us. Additionally, there are few barriers to entry in our industry, which creates the strong possibility of new competitors emerging, and of others succeeding in developing the same or similar fibers for application that we are trying to develop. The effects of this increased competition may be materially adverse to us and our stockholders. As this is an emergent industry there is no one yet producing at commercial scale or having captured a significant portion of the market demand. We believe that our technology offers more cost-effective methods with lower environmental impact than technologies used by our identified competitors, however, new technologies could be developed that remove this advantage.”

Numerous countries and companies attempted, but failed, in their attempts to create spider silk, including some of the planet’s largest. Collectively, they invested billions in this pursuit, but one little company, Kraig Labs, stands alone in this space and is on the cusp of once-in-a-generation technical textiles market change. The benefits from this breakthrough technology and the implementation of this sustainable zero-impact production process should not only transform existing technologies, it should become category-defining in its own right


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What is Kraig Labs? And why should you care?

Well, as stated in a recent Form S-1, “KBLB is a corporation organized to develop high strength fibers using recombinant DNA technology for commercial applications in technical textile. We use genetically engineered silkworms that produce spider silk to create our recombinant spider silk. Applications include performance apparel, workwear, filtration, luxury fashion, flexible composites, medical implants, and more. We believe that we have been a leader in the research and development of commercially scalable and cost-effective spider silk for technical textile. Our primary proprietary fiber technology includes natural and engineered variants of spider silk produced in domesticated mulberry silkworms. Our business brings twenty-first century biotechnology to the historical silk industry, permitting us to introduce materials with innovative properties and claims into an established commercial ecosystem of silkworm rearing, silk spinning and weaving, and manufacture of garments and other products that can include our specialty fibers and textiles. Specialty fibers are engineered for specific uses that require exceptional strength, flexibility, heat resistance and/or chemical resistance. The specialty fiber market is exemplified by two synthetic fiber products that come from petroleum derivatives: (1) aramid fibers; and (2) ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibers. The technical textile industry involves products for both industrial and consumer products, such as filtration fabrics, medical textiles (e.g., sutures and artificial ligaments), safety and protective clothing and fabrics used in military and aerospace applications (e.g., high-strength composite materials).”

“We are using genetic engineering technologies to develop fibers with greater strength, resiliency, and flexibility for use in our target markets, namely the specialty fiber and technical textile industries. We believe that the genetically engineered protein-based fibers we seek to produce have properties that are in some ways superior to the materials currently available in the marketplace. Production of our product in commercial quantities holds what we believe to be potential life-saving ballistic resistant material, which we believe is lighter, thinner, more flexible, and tougher than steel. Other potential applications for spider silk based recombinant fibers include use as structural material and for any application in which light weight and high strength are required. We believe that fibers made with recombinant protein-based polymers will make significant inroads into the specialty fiber and technical textile markets.”

“Through our technologies, the introduction of the gene sequence based on those found in native spider silk, results in a germline transformation and is therefore self-perpetuating. This technology is in essence a protein expression platform which has other potential applications including diagnostics and pharmaceutical production. Moreover, our technologies are “green” since our fibers and textiles do not require petroleum inputs and our production processes are traditional and eco-friendly.”

More Notes from filing:


“Our products exploit the unique characteristics of spider silk, specifically dragline silk from Nephila clavipes (golden orb-web spider) and variants thereof. Such fibers possess unique mechanical properties in terms of strength, resilience and flexibility. Through the use of genetic engineering, we believe that we have produced a variety of unique transgenic silkworm strains that produce recombinant spider silk. Our recombinant spider silk fiber blends the silk proteins found in spider silk with the native silkworm silk proteins. This approach allows for the cost-effective and eco-responsible production of spider silk at commercial production levels.”

A woven textile using Monster Silk®

Monster Silk®
Monster Silk® was the first recombinant spider silk fiber product we developed. Monster Silk incorporates the natural elasticity of spider silk to make a silk fiber which is more flexible that conventional silk fibers and textiles. We have produced sample products using Monster Silk® including knit fabrics, gloves, and shirts in collaboration with textile mills. We expect that Monster Silk® will have market applications across the traditional textile markets where its increased flexibility will provide increased durability and comfort.
Dragon Silk™

“Dragon Silk™ is the next evolution in recombinant spider silk, combining the elasticity of Monster Silk® with additional high strength elements of native spider silk. Some samples of Dragon Silk™ have demonstrated strength beyond that of native spider silk. This combination of strength and elasticity results in a silk fiber which is soft and flexible, yet tougher than leading synthetic fiber available on the market. Based on inquires we have received from end market leaders, we believe that Dragon Silk™ will have applications in performance apparel, durable workwear, luxury goods and apparel, and composites.”

Ballistic panels using Dragon Silk™

Other Products

“We are continuing to develop new recombinant silks and other protein-based fibers and materials using our genetic engineering capabilities. Our silkworm based knock-in knock-out production and development platform has significant advantages over our legacy technology which created Dragon Silk™ and Monster Silk®. Chief among these is the potential to produce spider silks with greatly increased purity and performance. Due to the biocompatible and biodegradable properties of silk, we believe that the materials developed using this higher purity process will create opportunities for products in the medical industry, including sutures, grafts, and implants.”


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“We have developed a method to produce high-performance bio-degradable, bio-compatible, and ecologically friendly recombinant spider silk materials to replace the existing global infrastructure for mundane silk manufacturing. This system of operations utilizes genetically modified silkworms that have been engineered to produce silks based on the proteins and physical characteristics of native spider silk, a material that has been prized for its physical and chemical properties. By adapting the common silkworm and the production process for the manufacture of traditional silk, we can leverage a global production model which currently processes more than 150,000 metric tons of silk per year. Our technology is a direct drop-in replacement for traditional silk manufacturing, allowing any silk operation employing our silkworm technology to immediately be converted, without any additional need for capital investment. We have been granted patent protection in numerous international markets and continue to pursue additional patent protection for our technologies in silk producing and silk consuming countries.”

The Evolution of Our Technology

(Strands of spider silk)

“Based on our internal analysis, management believes that this new platform technology will allow us to outpace and surpass Dragon Silk, a fiber that we developed with our previous tools. Samples of Dragon Silk™ have already demonstrated to be tougher than many fibers used in bullet proof vests. We expect that this new approach will yield materials beyond those capabilities based upon its potential for significantly improved purity.”

“In 2020, we developed a new technology platform, based on a non-CRISPR Cas9 gene editing knock-in knock-out technology. This is our first knock-in knock-out technology which we are now using for the development of advanced materials. This system is built on our eco-friendly and cost-effective silkworm production system, which we believe is more advanced than current competing methods. Knock-in knock-out technology allows for the targeting of specific locations and genetic traits for modification, addition, and removal. This capability should allow us to accelerate new product developments and bring products to market more quickly. This capability also allows for genetic trait modifications that were previously impractical, creating opportunities for products outside of silk fibers and increased flexibility in production location.”

Question: What kind of technology and materials are used in your SpydaSilk collection?

M: SPYDASILK™ uses high performance, high-quality materials blended with a proprietary spider silk material to create a high-tech concept series fashion line. The collection we are showing at this year’s show is more streetwear-inspired and extremely functional!

"Our goal is when the market sees our SPYDASILK™ logo, they will know it embodies high performance, high-tech, and environmentally friendly materials! Coupled with our futuristic fashion styles, our clients will be walking testimonies of the future of fashion!"

Celebrity Fashion Designer, M of Mthemovement Kings


“Our approach to disrupting the performance and technical textile market is to adapt our existing infrastructure and capacity to produce our high-performance silk with minimal capital investment. When we were formed, this idea of utilizing the existing production systems and capacity by simply modifying the input was fundamental. Our proprietary recombinant spider silkworms are a direct drop-in replacement for any commercial silk producing operations. Our genetically engineered silks are produced using the same equipment and processes that traditional silk uses. In designing our technologies in this manner, we have minimized our need for expansion capital, limiting our direct investment and contracting with existing secondary fiber processors where the majority of large-scale equipment is needed. Through our subsidiary, Prodigy Textiles in Vietnam, we have established the relationships necessary to secure these contracted secondary services.”
“Additionally, we are currently focused on the expansion of our production facilities in Vietnam. We are currently utilizing a mix of direct staffing and contract labor to support its in-house production. We are exploring a production expansion model utilizing contract production consistent with the distributed model used for mundane silk production. We will also consider technology licensing models with companies, regions, or countries where its silkworms could be produced under exclusive license.”
“We are actively pursuing relationships within target end markets to secure product collaborations with key market channel leaders. Due to the unique nature of our product, we received numerous unsolicited requests from leading businesses across a range of attractive end markets requesting materials for applications development. This substantial demand for spider silk materials across the broad spectrum of applications for high performance fibers and textiles, combined with the limited initial production capacity, has provided the opportunity to be selective in choosing market channel partners best able to quickly bring our product to market at scale. We are working under non-disclosure agreements to secure these collaborative development agreements and to establish limited channel exclusivity for firms we believe mirror our culture of innovation. With recent advancements in our manufacturing capacity, we expect to generate revenues from these relationships in 2022.”

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If you made it this far and finished reading my report, you should be able to read the charts, news, and filings, and come to similar conclusions.
I don’t like to write about small companies, however when they have space age technologies, and the real possibility of becoming a household product/name I will gladly share my thoughts and due diligence with everyone who wants to read it.
The company is coiled up at this price, and with the recent announcements, funding, shipping of product, we can only be certain that news will be imminent and substantially positive for this small company,
If history is a good barometer, then you should already have this company pulled up on your screen.
This company is in the 4th quarter of its development process, so get some popcorn and enjoy the endgame. 24/7 Market News Editorial Report.


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