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About Blackstone

We take responsibility for resource extraction into our own hands. This makes us largely independent of the dynamic developments on the world markets: Bottlenecks or empty warehouses of global suppliers do not affect us. We have integrated raw material extraction into our own value chain.


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Our Vision

Battery metals such as cobalt, manganese, molybdenum, graphite and lithium will play a key role in driving the electric vehicle revolution in the coming decades. They play a key role in the breakthrough of renewable energies. For this reason we have acquired strategic stakes in mining companies. These companies research and mine metals ethically in politically safe countries. Many of these companies invest in processing the metals to make them available on the world market. Blackstone has interests in gold processing plants. This guarantees and us a secure cash flow in the future in order to put our vision of a sustainable energy world into practice.

Key facts

Blackstone Resources was formed in 1995 with the original intention of acquiring interests. After numerous years of success in business, Blackstone Resources AG shifted its focus towards investing in natural resources and commodities assets.

The Company directs its investments to companies operating in the battery metals market. We see great future potential in this market segment. The company creates the required cash flow through its own gold, silver, cobalt and manganese refineries. In addition, she has started trading in raw materials.

Blackstone Resources AG intends to extend and expand its investment holdings into the acquisition of mining rights, concessions, licences and mining technologies. The company intends to expand its existing holdings in raw materials companies by acquiring additional licenses in the fields of lithium, graphite, cobalt, molybdenum, copper, gold and rare earths. Blackstone Resources is constantly seeking new opportunities to increase its resource holdings and thereby add value to the company. We are not bound by any geographical borders.


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This presentation is not intended to be a comprehensive analysis of the Company’s financial condition, reputation or future prospects. The reader should not use this information for this purpose. In addition, this Prospectus and the information contained herein does not constitute a public offer to purchase, sell, or subscribe for any securities of the Company, nor is it an application to register the Company’s shares in the United States or any other country. This document should not be used as the basis for any contract, annex or commitment. A prospectus, based on Swiss law, can be obtained from the company.

Blackstone’s business involves a number of risks. These risks must be carefully considered. The following sets out some of these principal risks and uncertainties, but not all of the principal risks and uncertainties associated with the commodities business. The risks outlined below are not the only ones we encounter. Additional risks that are not currently known or that we currently consider to be unimportant may adversely affect our business. There can be no assurance that Blackstone will be able to fund its business with existing capital or loans, or that it will be able to raise additional capital that may be necessary to fund the business, or that it will be able to raise additional capital from capital increases or by taking out additional loans or by other means. There is uncertainty about a possible future valuation of the Blackstone Securities.

Blackstone’s business is subject to various regulations and legal risks, including difficulties and uncertainties from government agencies or customers, as well as the unpredictability of complying with the rights of interests, licenses or mine assets. Blackstone is subject to a variety of business risks and uncertainties, including the cost of future acquisitions and the ability to integrate any acquired business into the Company, potential contractual disagreements and negotiations with third parties, the ability to obtain sufficient insurance coverage to cover potential risks, difficulty finding competent management and to maintain, uncertainties associated with the setting of deadlines, the successful completion of developments, the acquisition or exploitation of new and existing mines and mining rights. Difficulties may also arise with new or existing customers, the ability to obtain goods in satisfactory condition from third parties, or reliance on important strategic alliances or partnership arrangements. There may also be risks relating to tax rates or exchange rates and fluctuations in interest rates. In addition, there are risks in adapting to rapidly changing technologies and prices of raw materials and risks in connection with meeting demand and growth and the ability to expand into other countries and to adapt to changing operating income.

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Blackstone Resources AG
Blegistrasse 5
6340 Baar
Registernummer: CHE-102.049.503
T: +41 41 449 61 63
F: +41 41 449 61 69