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  • VCEX - An AI Driven Marketplace for the Capital Market

    Coffee with Samso Episode 81 with David Pillinger, Managing Director of VCEX is all about creating an efficient marketplace for the whole Equity Capital sector. A couple of weeks ago, David Pillinger contacted me to talk about an "interesting platform" related to marketing. In our following discussions after that first contact, I have learnt that this is indeed an interesting platform. VCEX or Venture Capital Exchange is a simple platform that uses technology to make transactions and compliance simpler and cheaper. In the world of Venture Capital or Start-ups, the one thing that does not happen frequently is the transaction of shares which also means that laborious maintenance of compliance is not required. Unfortunately, the cost of compliance today, is pretty much standard. When you look at VCEX, the main use of VCEX is that it will reduce all the compliance costs while being totally compliant with the requirements of ASIC (Australian Securities & Investments Commission). As David shares with us, there are plans now to allow incorporate equities that are listed on the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) into the platform. This will eventually create a wholesome ecosystem that will bring in buyers and sellers from both the private and public domains. Investors can find out more and create a freemium log in by following the link VCEX:VEX where you can gain access to the VCEX share offer and create an investor profile, review the Information Memorandum and presentations and invest in off-market offerings on VCEX. PODCAST About David Pillinger Managing Director David Pillinger has been a Company Director from the very early age of 21 since 1989 with 5 surf store franchises as his first endeavour. Self-funded and grown from hard graft, he is familiar with all aspects of a vertically integrated business structure. After a decade of surf industry retail and manufacturing knowledge, David turned his hand to his other passion in life - property development and sales. This created Property Gallery and it has grown year on year since its creation in 2001 and is now managing well over 3,000 properties from WAs North West to Perth’s Southern corridor . This has not stopped David from combining his passion of surfing and property by designing and building a Boutique Resort Hotel called The Dipan in Seminyak, Bali which he also still maintains significant equity today. The process of developing and creating income has always required a large amount of software and online marketing. Pillinger realised this as a core attribute to how his staff was evolving in all 3 industries - Retail, Construction / Manufacturing and Management . ¨There is a point in time where you step back and review which direction you are going and answer the questions of why am I going in this direction and what direction is the world going in.¨ The answer was Automation, and with a lot of self-service due to compliance and risk, it is safer to provide a self-service function for all people in most industries. In 2018, Safesoft Pty Ltd was born. It was a new business to take all of the knowledge Pillinger had gathered as an entrepreneur to create a way of making business function better from creation through to ongoing management. VCEX (Venture Capital Exchange) is the first release of many software solutions that utilise the Safesoft LTD core code and single source management logic.The VCEX Market Place manages and qualifies investors - AFSL Brokers and existing shareholders access through the one cloud-based single source registry exchange. The clue to the future in the dialogue above is simple and common amongst all people who strive to have financial independence. Safesoft has a product called Safekey which accesses all of your investments in one place, securely managing your shares in companies and property management requirements. David Pillinger is currently 52 years old at the time of publishing this article and interview, Safesoft LTD is 3 years old and for a software company that may be young, but as David puts it, for an adult it is about the right age to embark on a software solution that encompasses such a diverse solution and ability. Most people struggle to put time into their investments and this product will really connect investors with their assets and advisors and ultimately companies, that they too can invest in from simple direct investments to interest bearing convertible notes. Safesoft opens up the possibilities of connecting people in a more efficient way in a totally integrated process that is far more efficient than what is currently available . About VCEX Venture Capital Exchange is now available for companies and AFSL CAR + AR promoters to raise capital and manage shareholders communications, ASIC updates and banking in one end to end ecosystem. Their Patent Pending Software has been under review and patent approval process for 2 years with ASIC approval now available for investors of VCEX Pty Ltd shares to sell in low volume under ASIC exemption granted 30th March 2020 . If you are interested in raising capital and low volume trading your shares in any unlisted company go to VCEX.com.au and try now for free. They welcome AFSL + CAR promoters to operate compliantly on VCEX.com.au with free access to companies signing up to VCEX LVM trading and capital raising ecosystems. Welcome to the future. Disclaimer The information contained on this website is the writer’s personal opinion and is provided to you for information only and is not intended to or nor will it create/induce the creation of any binding legal relations. Read full Disclaimer. If you find this article informative and useful, please help me share the information.  I try and write about topics that are interesting and have the potential to be of investment value.  It is not easy to find stories that fit those parameters. If you or your organisation see the benefit of what Samso is trying to achieve and have a need to share your journey, please contact me on noel.ong@samso.com.au. About Samso

  • The Kingman Gold and Silver Project - Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE)

    Coffee with Samso Episode 80 with Michael Bohm, Chairman of Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) is all about de-risking a high-grade gold mining project. The Kingman project is another one of those that have good historical activities that makes me wonder why this is still not being explored. When Michael Bohm, Chairman of Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) approached me to make this Coffee with Samso, I was very impressed with what I saw from their previous exploration. Followers of Samso would know that we had an Arizona story in New World Resources Limited (ASX: NWC) with the Antler Project, which was a good story about high grade mineralisation. This story appears to have a similar path and it looks like it has some hallmarks of a potential VMS region/province. It is making its introduction as a high-grade gold and silver project but as the conversation progresses, there seems to be some evidence of a potential VMS system. Don't get me wrong - I am a strong proponent of the system whatever it is as long as it produces, so whether it is a VMS or not is really not all that relevant. We talk to Michael Bohm, the Chairman of Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) in Coffee with Samso Episode 80, about their Kingman Project. One of the most important part of my investment thinking is the technical merits and the management of a project. I have known Mike since 1993 and I have known him as one who is in the quality status. Hence, when I see a project that looks good and is associated with quality management, I am immediately interested. Over the years, I have learned that these two parameters of good technical and management points are the most important aspects of any investment idea. Michael shares with us how their projects were acquired and why they came to the conclusion to go ahead with the project. Chapters Chapters 00:00 Introduction 00:35 The Kingman Story 01:27 Why do we not hear a lot about the US Projects? 03:36 What is good about Kingman? 05:07 How did RIE acquire the project? 11:48 Quality of Project 15:17 The Silver component to US projects. 17:08 What is economical Silver? 19:09 Lack of popularity in US mineral projects. 23:46 What is the value proposition? 31:08 News flow? PODCAST About Michael Bohm Chairman BAppSc (Mining Engineering) Appointed: 12 December 2020 Mr. Bohm is a qualified mining professional with extensive Corporate & Operations experience. Michael has extensive minerals industry experience in Australia, South East Asia, Africa, Chile, Canada and Europe. A graduate of WA School of Mines, Michael has worked as a mining engineer, mine manager, study manager, project manager, project director and managing director and has been directly involved in a number of mine developments in the gold, nickel and diamond sectors. Michael is a current Director of a number of ASX-listed companies and sits on their Audit & Risk and Remuneration Committees. Michael has had previous directorships at Argyle Diamonds Mines, Sally Malay Mining Limited and Ashton Mining of Canada. About Riedel Resources Riedel Resources (ASX:RIE) is an ASX-listed mineral exploration company earning into an advanced high-grade gold exploration project in north-west Arizona. The Kingman Project comprises approximately 200 contiguous mining claims located approximately 30km from the town of Kingman Arizona. The area was mined for high-grade gold and silver from the 1880’s to the early 1940’s and since then very little modern exploration has ever been carried out on the property. The Riedel board has extensive experience in minerals and mineral exploration in Australia, the US and Canada, amongst others. Kingman Gold Project The Kingman Gold Project is located near Kingman Arizona and only 90 minutes drive from downtown Las Vegas. The project was mined for high grade gold and silver from the 1880’s until the early 1940’s which coincided with the outbreak of WWII. Following drilling in the 1990’s, 11 diamond holes were drilled on the property in late 2019 and which intersected multiple zones of high grade gold, silver and lead from shallow depths and confirmed the extensive mineralisation potential of the area. Riedel plans to aggressively drill and explore the project area during 2021. Disclaimer The information contained on this website is the writer’s personal opinion and is provided to you for information only and is not intended to or nor will it create/induce the creation of any binding legal relations. Read full Disclaimer. VMS (Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide) Deposits Explained In simple terms, Volcanic-associated Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposits are caused by underground metal-rich volcanoes rising and creating a cooking environment. I suggest you download this eBook which explains the VMS and How to Add Value to your Share Portfolio A lesson on geological models sought by mining companies that gives insight and an understanding of which portfolios are better - and potentially more lucrative – investments. Click here to download this eBook. If you find this article informative and useful, please help me share the information.  I try and write about topics that are interesting and have the potential to be of investment value.  It is not easy to find stories that fit those parameters. If you or your organisation see the benefit of what Samso is trying to achieve and have a need to share your journey, please contact me on noel.ong@samso.com.au. About Samso

  • A VMS Story - The Antler High-Grade Copper Project - New World Resources Limited (ASX:NWC)

    Coffee with Samso Episode 79 with Mike Haynes, Managing Director and CEO of New World Resources Limited (ASX:NWC) New World Resources Limited (ASX:NWC) is all about de-risking a high-grade copper mining project. The Antler project is a VMS (Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide) that explains the nature of the deposit. What I like about VMS is that it is normally high-grade, occurs in clusters, has a longer LOM (Life of Mine) and the funding required is what a small-cap company can handle. In Coffee with Samso Episode 79, we talk to Mike Haynes, the Managing Director and CEO of New World Resources Limited (ASX:NWC) about the Antler Project. Mike has been working in the US since 2005 and you can tell that he has an in-depth understanding of how the business works in that part of the world. Over the years, I have been exposed to a few US projects and I have been very impressed with their technical merits. In nearly all these cases, the development potential has been good. The issue at that time was the availability of capital. The tenure of these projects has been something I found significantly different to what is present here in Australian projects or in many other places. I think in terms of project development, this can make a lot of difference to the ultimate success of a project. It is not often that one finds an intercept of 23m of ore with a grade of 6.7% Cu equivalent. It is even rarer to find that left in the ground waiting to be discovered. Mike Haynes shares with us the story of how Antler was acquired and how this will add significant value to the company. The high-grade nature of the project will shield the project from future price volatility. These are all the facets of what I like about this project. The fact is that ongoing drilling is finding better grades and bigger intersections as they go deeper. Hence, the path forward for the Antler project is all about a de-risking process towards mining. PODCAST About Mike Haynes Managing Director and CEO Mr Haynes has more than 25 years’ experience in the international resources industry. He graduated from the University of Western Australia with an honours degree in geology and geophysics and has explored a wide variety of ore deposit styles throughout Australia and extensively in Southeast and Central Asia, Africa, Europe, South and North America. Mr Haynes has held technical positions with both BHP Minerals and Billiton plc. He has worked extensively on project generation and acquisition throughout his career. During the past 13 years he has been intimately involved in the incorporation and initial public offerings of numerous resources companies, and in the ongoing financing and management of those and other companies. About New World Resources Limited New World Resources Limited is an Australian company focused on the exploration and development of mineral resources projects in North America. It is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange under the code NWC. On 14 January 2020 New World Resources Limited announced that it had executed an agreement that provides it with the right to acquire a 100% interest in the high-grade Antler Copper Deposit in Arizona, USA. Location and Infrastructure The Antler Copper Project is located in a sparsely populated region of north-western Arizona (see Figure 1). Access to the Project area is excellent; with direct access to the historical mine site by way of 20km of unsealed road that extends east from the town of Yucca (population approximately 6,000) which is on US interstate 40. A rail line passes through Yucca as well as Kingman (population 30,000), some 30km to the north. The close proximity of good roads and utilities will be advantageous when exploring and developing the Project; affording opportunities to minimise operating costs and lower pre-production capital requirements. The Antler Deposit lies within two (2) patented (private) mining claims that cover 40 acres. The Deposit is surrounded by an additional seven (7) unpatented (BLM) mining claims that cover a further 340 acres. Figure 1. Location of Antler Copper Project in Arizona, USA. Geology and Mineralisation The Antler Deposit lies within a NE-trending belt of Precambrian gneissic and schistose rocks thought to have originally been volcanic in origin. The Deposit comprises a stratabound, pyrrhotite-rich, copper-zinc volcanogenic massive sulphide (“VMS”) body. Numerous other VMS deposits, in similarly-aged rocks, are present in northern Arizona. These include the United Verde Deposit – where 33Mt of ore was mined between 1883 and 1975 at a grade of 4.8% Cu, and the UVX Deposit – where 3.9Mt of ore was mined between 1915 and 1992 at a grade of 10.2% Cu (see Figure 1). Mineralisation at the Antler Deposit outcrops over more than 750m of strike at surface. The host sequence strikes in a north-easterly direction and dips to the northwest. A complex array of tight folds has been mapped, and two north-westerly trending faults have been mapped to offset and truncate the Antler Deposit (see Figure 2). Figure 2. Mapped geology at the Antler Copper Project in Arizona, USA, including all previous surface drilling. Historical Production The Antler Deposit was discovered in the late 1800s. Intermittent production from the Deposit between 1916 and 1970 totalled approximately 70,000 tonnes of ore at a grade of around 2.9% Cu, 6.9% Zn, 1.1% Pb, 31 g/t Ag and 0.3 g/t Au. Ore was extracted over approximately 200m of strike from an inclined shaft, to a depth of around 150m (see Figures 3-5). The average thickness of ore was reported to be around 4 metres. Additional underground workings were developed to a depth of 200m – but no production was recorded from the deeper levels. Remnant Mineralisation Previous mining operations deliberately targeted the highest-grade mineralisation; with stoping undertaken only where such mineralisation was thickest. Accordingly, considerable mineralisation remains, unmined, at very shallow levels immediately adjacent to historical stopes. Between 1970 and 1975, following completion of the most recent episode of mining, a total of 19 holes were drilled from the surface and underground with the objectives being to: increase confidence in the known mineralisation immediately below the mined levels (predominantly below the “7 Level” which was developed 150m below below surface) in advance of anticipated resumption of mining; and explore for additional mineralisation. Considerable high-grade mineralisation was delineated with closely spaced drilling over an area about 150m wide by 200m down-dip, immediately below the historical stopes (see Figures 3-5). Significant intersections (in unmined mineralisation) include: 9.66m @ 3.57% Cu, 6.63% Zn, 0.82% Pb, 34.4 g/t Ag and 0.34 g/t Au (U30); 7.62m @ 2.80% Cu, 7.29% Zn, 1.61% Pb, 43.4 g/t Ag and 0.54 g/t Au (DDH12); 5.18m @ 2.90% Cu, 12.58% Zn, 2.08% Pb, 63.1 g/t Ag and 0.42 g/t Au (U16); 7.62m @ 2.47% Cu, 3.52% Zn, 2.81% Pb, 64.5 g/t Ag and 0.46 g/t Au (B-3); and 6.40m @ 1.51% Cu, 10.69% Zn, 1.95% Pb, 52.1 g/t Ag and 0.29 g/t Au (U18). Other, widely-spaced, drilling intersected additional high-grade mineralisation both (i) at depth, considerably below historical workings; and (ii) along strike from the historical workings (see Figures 3-5). Figure 3. Long section through the Antler Deposit showing previous drilling and select significant intersections in surface drilling. Figure 4. Detailed long section through the Antler Deposit showing previous drilling and select significant intersections in underground drilling immediately around the historical workings. Figure 5. Cross-section through the Antler Deposit showing previous drilling and select significant intersections in drilling. The deepest hole drilled at the Project to date (B-6) intersected high-grade mineralisation more than 400m down-dip of the lowest level of the historically mined workings (see Figures 3 and 5). Results included: 9.14m @ 1.53% Cu, 0.95% Zn, 1.10% Pb and 60.2 g/t Ag; and 1.22m @ 4.00% Cu, 7.10% Zn, 0.86% Pb and 35.9 g/t Ag and other, very widely-spaced holes along strike from the historical workings intersected high-grade mineralisation (see Figure 3), with results including: 1.65m @ 4.20% Cu, 4.13% Zn, 1.25% Pb and 66.9 g/t Ag (B-4) 1.19m @ 3.99% Cu, 9.15% Zn, 0.77% Pb, 27.0 g/t Ag and 0.17 g/t Au (DDH4); and 2.13m @ 1.66% Cu, 3.57% Zn, 0.10% Pb and 1.22 g/t Ag (B-1) The detailed drilling, immediately below the 7 Level, indicates there is substantial high-grade mineralisation that may be rapidly extracted if mining operations resume. And the results from the deeper and more widely-spaced drilling, where high-grades were returned in all but several holes, indicates there is considerable potential to delineate additional, mineable, high-grade mineralisation at the Project with further infill drilling. Historical Resource In 1975, a consultant to Standard Metals Corporation (the owner of the Project at the time), prepared a preliminary feasibility study into the development of the Antler Deposit. A mineral resource estimate was reported, which comprised: Forward Work Plans The Company commenced an initial 2,500m drilling program at the Antler Project in mid-March, 2020. The Company’s immediate objective is to delineate robust JORC-Code compliant Indicated Resources that can be used in mining studies to evaluate the potential to bring the Antler Deposit back into production in the near-term. So the priorities for the Company’s maiden drilling program are to: Undertake an appropriate amount of confirmatory drilling within a panel of “high-confidence, high-grade mineralisation” immediately below the previous stopes that have previously been drilled and sampled from underground (see Figures 3 and 4). Initial production (if mining operations resume) is expected to be derived from this area. Undertake in-fill drilling between the more widely spaced and deeper historical holes that indicate there is a thicker, high-grade “plunging shoot” down-dip of the previous stopes (see Figure 3) Undertake initial shallow drilling adjacent to historical stopes to test the thickness and grade of unmined mineralisation in these areas; and To conduct initial step-out drilling outside the “plunging shoot” to test for thicker high-grade zones of mineralisation. In parallel with initial drilling activities, representative drill core samples will be collected for metallurgical test work and geotechnical data will be acquired for initial mine design work. This information will facilitate commencement of studies into the resumption of mining and help optimise equipment sizing. Given the very high-grades and shallow nature of the mineralisation, the Company intends to initially evaluate the potential to develop a low-CAPEX, high-grade mining operation at the Project, which could conceivably be brought into production quickly. Disclaimer The information contained on this website is the writer’s personal opinion and is provided to you for information only and is not intended to or nor will it create/induce the creation of any binding legal relations. Read full Disclaimer. VMS (Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide) Deposits Explained In simple terms, Volcanic-associated Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposits are caused by underground metal-rich volcanoes rising and creating a cooking environment. I suggest you download this eBook which explains the VMS and How to Add Value to your Share Portfolio A lesson on geological models sought by mining companies that gives insight and an understanding of which portfolios are better - and potentially more lucrative – investments. Click here to download this eBook. If you find this article informative and useful, please help me share the information.  I try and write about topics that are interesting and have the potential to be of investment value.  It is not easy to find stories that fit those parameters. If you or your organisation see the benefit of what Samso is trying to achieve and have a need to share your journey, please contact me on noel.ong@samso.com.au. About Samso

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  • Events | RIU Sydney Resources Round-Up conference | Samso Australia

    30 FREE investor passes worth $1,375 each to be given away to attend the RIU Sydney Resources Round-Up Conference Terms & Conditions 4th, 5th & 6th May 2021 Hyatt Regency, Sydney, NSW Apply for a Free Pass Download Programme We managed to secure 30 passes for our investor followers and friends so that you can attend this RIU Sydney Resources Round-Up conference with me for free. ​ Each conference ticket is worth $1,375. Conference passes are given away while available and at the discretion of Samso, the event organiser, RIU Conferences and publication partner . No disputes will be entertained. Brilliant-Online ​ Noel would like to meet the investors, so you can opt to have a Coffee with the CEO of Samso, Noel Ong and chat about your view points on investments. Be ready to go on camera :) ​ How to qualify. ​ We strongly encourage those who are keen to learn about investments to attend. You be employed in the resources or oil & gas industries including its consultants, contractors etc. Bankers do not quality for a free pass. cannot . Subscribe to my YouTube channel Like Samso's Facebook page Like Brilliant-Online . Follow me on LinkedIn Fill in the form below to apply for a FREE pass. You will enter into Samso and its partners' subscriptions list. Share this page on your social media profile and hashtag #SamsoRIU Share Apply for a Free Pass First Name Last Name Email Phone Occupation Company I would like to have Coffee With Samso. YES! Count me in. Submit Thanks for submitting! We will get in touch. Please leave this field empty.

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    Samso piques investor interest. We create compelling stories and content giving real insights from business leaders of ASX companies and private businesses that matter to the investment community. Free Subscriptions Coffee With Samso Rooster Talks Samso Insights VCEX - An AI Driven Marketplace for the Capital Market The Kingman Gold and Silver Project - Riedel Resources Limited (ASX:RIE) A VMS Story - The Antler High-Grade Copper Project - New World Resources Limited (ASX:NWC) Exploring in the Land of the Long White Cloud - White Cliff Minerals Limited (ASX:WCN) Positioning to Supply the Battery Market - Blackstone Minerals Ltd (ASX:BSX) The Risk - Reward Myth of Mineral Exploration: Jon Hronsky Free eBook Investing in the Future About Samso Australia Samso's digital investor relations services enable companies across a variety of business sectors build valuable engagements with investment communities through its series of compelling online interviews and insights. ​ Check out interviews with these industry leaders. Industry 01 Metals & Mining Industry 02 Media & Technology Industry 03 Healthcare Industry 04 Renewable Energy Industry 05 Industrial & Business Services Industry 06 Financial Services 73 Coffee with Samso 34 Rooster Talks 78 Insights 100% Business Confidence

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