An Exciting Revolution

$MINE Token & $PGMT :

The First Platinum Group of Metals backed token pair

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Be a part of the new generation of mining operations.

Token Symbol
10% per year dividend for 10 years
Basket price of all PGM'S

PGM Backed Cryptocurrency

MINE plans to offer two STO’s, first a Platinum Group of Metals Token ($PGMT) pegged to the market price of a basket of assets consisting of Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, and Iridium; all assets are held in one STO. The second offering, a platinum and palladium backed stable coin ($MINE), offers a 10% dividend per annum for 10 years. $Mine is pegged to the daily average spot price of platinum and palladium.

The $PGMT & $MINE tokens will be offered together, rolling out in a phased approach. Phase (I) development of two ERC720 security tokens, followed by a launch on the Polymesh Blockchain, with private sales capped at $150MM USD. Phase (II) creation of a platform for dual sale of both tokens and a DEFI platform for lending & borrowing. Phase (III) the public offering launch of $PGMT and $MINE.

Our Mine

Mined, refined and stored in the United States

With over 300 core samples done since 2018, and third party evaluations by top geologists, the New Castle Nevada Mine will produce over $100 Billion USD in precious metals.

Whats Inside:

Platinum | Rohdium | Iridium | Base Metals ( Copper, Nickle, Etc.)

Our NI43-101 Technical Report (seen at the bottom of this page) highlights the benefits of the New Castle Claim

(One of Ten) which has ~23,200,000 gross tons approximately 11,600,000 tons of feed ore (50% of gross mined gravel) that represents a gross indicated resource value for gold and silver of $9 billion.

If all PGMs (Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium and Iridium) are considered, New Castle may yield approximately $93.5 billion dollars of indicated resources CIRCA 2018 price of PGMs. THIS ESTIMATE DOES NOT INCLUDE THE CLAIM’S BASE METALS (COPPER, NICKLE, ETC).

PGMs were included as part of President Trump’s Executive Order 13817 signed on JUNE 4, 2019

Allowing for faster PERMITTING since the US considers PGMs critical to its economic security and national security – expedite permitting for PGM minerals projects. North America only has two producing platinum and palladium mines – Stillwater in Montana and the Lac des Iles mine northwest of

Pricing of PGMS at New Castle

2018 Price/oz
2018 Value
$ 7,742,304,000
$ 1,258,333,200
$ 3,693,672,000
$ 54,120,960,000
$ 12,026,880,000
2020 Value

These estimates are made based on above-industry standard testing and is according to one of two NI43-101 reports that are embeded on this page for viewing purposes.


1,000,000,000,000 Mine tokens minted

1,000,000,000 in asset backing

Phase One:

$150 M Private Round

Phase Two:

$500 M Private Round

Phase Three:

$250 M Final Follow on

Offering common shares to raise $20M to $200M USD – generating Free Cash Flow $15M – 20M to $100M USD.
• IXI shares are based on 2018 market prices of the PGMs representing a ~60 discount off current market prices.
• Valued at over $93.5 Billion USD in 2018 potentially 1 of 5 top producing precious metals mines in USA
• Located in very favorable and stable jurisdiction outside Las Vegas Nevada – NI 43-101 Technical report 2018.
• Placer mine sand and gravel – chemical recovery process – no hard rock mining restraints – no union labor
• Very High producing ~16g/t AU – Platinum ~134.4 g/t – Palladium ~16.24g/t – Rhodium ~44.8g/t – Iridium ~84 g/t
• Upside valuation with inclusion of base metals (Copper, Nickel, Molybdenum, etc)
• Presidential Executive Order 13817 allowing for faster PERMITTING
• Phase I – Proven Phase – early revenue will allow for 6 to 12 months ROI 2x increase – low overhead cost.
• Phase II – Operation Phase – Duration 2021 (10 year) – parallel start of mine 2 thru 10
• Phase III – Initial Public Offering Phase – Target timeframe – December 2020 / February 2021
• FOUR EXIT STRATEGIES Revenue participation, Swaps, Loan repayment interest payment, Buy back, Off-take

Key Advantages

Early stage participation offering solid exit strategies

Some of the key highlighted advantages:

• FASTER PERMITTING DUE TO Executive Order 13817
• Very High producing mine claim, based on extensive geological reports (reference report provided below): ~16g/t AU – Platinum ~134.4 g/t – Palladium ~16.24g/t – Rhodium ~44.8g/t – Iridium ~84 g/t
• Placer mining – no tunneling/hard rock mining, no unions – basic skilled labor and less demand on machinery and the environment
• Chemical extraction process – reducing possibility of theft
• Significant upside to include base metals
• Option to participate in the other adjacent nine mines
• Robust ETF protecting investors against fluctuation in a particular metal due to market trade off factors.
• PGM record high demand due to the automotive industry environmental impact considered clean environment metals
• Phase I – Free Cash Flow of ~$15M – $20M up to $100M – De-risking Phase II.
• Phase II – Operation Phase – Duration 2021 (10 year) – Target FRS 2021 January – Target ROI 2x – 3x. OPEX ~$132M USD
• Phase III – IPO offering public percentage of Common shares – 2020 /2021

Our Biggest Advantage is our Management Team with more than 150 years of combined experience in different national and international sectors of Mining, Finance, and Investment Business.

NI 43-101 Report for the Nevada Claim

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No Offer: This presentation (“Presentation”) is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, nor is it an offer of any sort of investment advice. Instead, it is intended to describe an investment vehicle being developed by IXI CAPITAL HOLDING LTD (“Manager”), the terms of which will be used to conduct a future offering. An offer may only be made via a written offering document (“Memorandum”) that may be provided in the future that offers interests in the developing project (“Interests”). The Manager has prepared this Presentation solely to enable you to determine whether you are interested in receiving additional information about the proposed project and for the Manager to assess whether or not you meet the requirements to participate in the proposed offering. This Presentation is not complete and is not intended to be relied upon as the basis for an investment decision.

Limitations: While many of the statements in this Presentation are made in a factual manner, the discussion reflects only the Manager’s beliefs about the markets in which the project may operate when following its proposed investment strategies as would be described in more detail in a Memorandum. Any descriptions of the project’s investment strategy herein are in preliminary form, are incomplete and do not include all of the information needed to evaluate any potential investment in the proposed project. An investment in the project will involve substantial risks, many of which would be discussed in the Memorandum, and which include risks associated with investments generally, risks associated with the project’s proposed investment sectors, conflicts of interest risks, regulatory risks, early stage fund risks and tax and management risks. Only by carefully reviewing and considering those factors and the disclosures provided in a Memorandum (in addition to other independent investigations) could an investor or their representative determine whether such risks, as well as the Manager’s experience and compensation, conflicts of interest, and other information contained therein are acceptable to the investor. Material in this Presentation does not account for the impact of taxes on the project, its structure or its investors that may be imposed by the U.S. or any other jurisdiction.

The Manager and its affiliates will have complete control over the project’s operations and the management of its assets. There are expected to be significant restrictions on the transferability of the Interests, there will be no market for Interests and no person should invest with the expectation of re-selling, pledging or otherwise monetizing an Interest. The project’s fees and expenses, which would include compensation of the Manager, may outweigh the project’s gains, if any.

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Forward Looking Statements: Some of the material contained in this Presentation is not based on historical facts and is deemed to be “forward-looking.” Forward-looking statements may include declarations regarding current expectations of the Manager, such as statements including the words “budgeted,” “anticipate,” “project,” “estimate,” “expect,” “may,” “believe,” “potential,” or the negative of those terms and similar statements or expressions, which are intended to be among the statements that are forward-looking statements, as such statements reflect the reality of risk and uncertainty that is inherent in the project’s business. Forward-looking statements reflect the Manager’s current expectations and are inherently uncertain, and actual results may differ significantly from projections herein. Although the Manager believes that the expectations reflected in all forward-looking statements are reasonable, it cannot guarantee future results, levels of activity, performance, or achievements. Neither the proposed project, the Manager, nor any other person assumes responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of any forward-looking statements. The Manager is under no duty to update any of the forward-looking statements to conform them to actual results or to changes in its expectations.

IXI understands, acknowledges, and agrees that all predictions, projections, results, technical studies and/or all other reports concerning the Mine, economic performance and/or future plans and objectives for management and development of the Mine constitute forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of Section 21 E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and Section 27 A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended that involve risks and uncertainties.

Although it is believed that the expectation reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, the forward-looking statements and financial projections contained in various documents related to IXI and the development of the Mine are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ from those projected. Investors, including but not limited to IXI, are cautioned that any forward-looking statements and projections are not guarantees of future performance and that actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those reflected in forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, risks and uncertainties regarding the actual precious metals mineralization of the Mine, fluctuations in precious metals market prices, and inflationary trends occurring with respect to costs associated with mine development and ore extraction operations.