Gold, silver and copper for the history of mankind
The Stone Age ended when man began to work metals such as copper. How exactly this happened can only be guessed. Perhaps it was a coincidence that brought the realization that copper became soft in fire and could be formed into tools, weapons or jewelry. Today, besides copper, gold is also an important material for future technologies.
Both raw materials have special properties that make them so valuable. Copper is indispensable for electromobility and for renewable energies. Gold is very flexible but stable and has a high biocompatibility. Whether in modern electronic products such as smartphones or as nanoparticles, gold can do a lot. For example, diagnostic techniques in the fight against malaria use nanoparticles.
Smart technologies, such as online, artificial intelligence, such areas benefit from the properties of gold. All in all, there are two drivers for the demand for commodities in the coming decades. One is the growing population, which after Corona will lead to a growing global economy again. And secondly, technological progress, which is also based on raw materials. These include the industrial metal silver or raw materials for transportation such as cobalt.
Many of these important resources are owned by companies such as Filo Mining or Karora Resources (known until recently as RNC Minerals).
Filo Mining is on the move with its Filo del Sol project in Chile in terms of gold, silver and also copper: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/filo-mining-advancing-big-copper-gold-silver-deposit-in-argentina-and-chile/. A promising pre-feasibility study is already available.
Karora Resources wanted to make its growing gold production in Western Australia more visible by changing its name: https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/karora-resources-inc/. The Beta Hunt and Higginsville gold mines in Australia are producing. The portfolio also includes the Spargos Reward gold project and an interest in the Dumont nickel-cobalt project in Quebec.
Current company information and press releases from Filo Mining (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/filo-mining-corp/) and Karora Resources (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/karora-resources-inc/).
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