A smartphone without bacteria or viruses, a good thing. This is ensured by a technology based on silver. Originally designed for military purposes, this new generation of cell phones will soon also be sold to the public. The company hopes that the technology will find its way into all smartphones. The smartphone is waterproof and can be treated with soap and disinfectants.
There are many valuable raw materials in the cell phones, even in the many millions of copies that have been put into drawers. For example gold, silver, copper or cobalt. There are also rare earths, aluminum, palladium, platinum, or nickel. Recycling or reselling old cell phones would save raw materials.
New technologies need raw materials, not just cell phones, solar and wind energy are also dependent on silver. Silver is of interest not only to the jewelry industry, but also to industry and investors. No wonder that raw material experts trust the metal with particularly high price increases, especially when the economy is expected to grow.
So why not rely on companies that own silver in promising projects, such as Kuya Silver or Vizsla Resources. Kuya Silver – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_KpEesV3hk – takes care of the formerly producing Bethania silver property in Peru. Silver, zinc and lead were produced here. In addition, the company has its eye on a large property in Cobalt Camp in Ontario in order to develop a silver mine.
Vizsla Resources – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Edq1O2-WwU8&t=29s – has already posted significant drill results on its Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico (up to 2,000 grams of silver and up to 11.55 grams of gold).
Current company information and press releases from Kuya Silver (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/kuya-silver-corp/ -) and Vizsla Resources (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/de/unternehmen/vizsla-resources-corp/ -).
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