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International PBX Ventures Ltd. engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in Chile. The company explores for copper, molybdenum and gold deposits and owns 100% interests in eight properties comprising 25,000 hectares in Chile. Every industry, including the metal mining industry, has been transformed by blockchain. Cryptocurrency can be securely stored and transferred due to blockchain's encryption technology and digital ledger. Also blockchain provides safe and secure transactions making it suitable for mining industry too. Blockchain and Bitcoin have all had a significant impact on the metal mining industry. Trading has grown much easier in recent years, owing to the numerous automated trading apps available on the market. If you're thinking about investing in bitcoin stocks, check out the kaufberatung für bitcoin aktien guide, which will show you how to make money over the long term.

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Copper - Molybdenum Porphyry: Its principal project is the Copaquire, an advanced staged exploration project of some 2,000 hectares covering a major copper-molybdenum porphyry system located in the prolific copper-molybdenum porphyry belt of northern Chile. This arc-parallel belt includes 30 porphyry Cu-Mo deposits and prospects with the largest amount of copper concentration in the world, totalling about 220 million tonnes of copper. Teck's Quebrada Blanca and Xstrata/Anglo American's Collahuasi mines are within 15 kilometres of the Copaquire property.

In May 2012 PBX signed a definitive Joint Venture Option Agreement with OZ Exploration Chile Limitada, a wholly owned subsidiary of OZ Minerals Limited of Australia, on PBX's Copaquire copper molybdenum property. The terms of the Agreement allow OZ Minerals to earn a 90% interest in Copaquire by making cash payments of $90 million and drilling up to 30,000 m.

Gold & Copper: Through it's 100% owned Chilean Metals Exploration Ltd. PBX owns six Gold - Copper properties strategically located in the prolific IOCG belt of Chile. The tremendous size, relatively simple metallurgy and relatively high grade of IOCG deposits can produce extremely profitable mines.