Underlying asset of Cuprum Coin; nano copper powder, an explanation of the purity and size on the price list

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Dear users & fans of Cuprum Coin,

In order to bring you a little closer to the specifications of our underlying asset, high purity nano copper powder, presented in our “Proof of assets” document, we decided to write a separate article in which we will explain the difference, and why our underlying asset is unique compared to many other copper powders in the market.

There are many types of copper powder that can be found on the Internet, especially the ultrafine one, which we also used at the beginning of the project. Various intermediaries try to sell copper powder on portals, but, although they look the same, they differ in many characteristics, from purity, shape, to size. On the other hand, the underlying asset that now uses Cuprum Coin cannot be found on the Internet because only rare scientists and laboratories in the world can produce it. According to our research, only 8 laboratories in the world have adequate equipment for production, but we do not know how many nano experts besides ours there are who could produce it?

In the following table, which was made by ISE, Institute or rare elements and strategic metals, we will explain the differences and in which category falls our underlying asset, produced by our strategic partner Meteor Minerals Group from Chile.

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In the above table you can see that our underlying asset belongs to the rarest and most expensive category of copper powders, which is estimated at 2,170 euros for 1/gram. Although that estimate is similar to our independent experts’ estimate of $2,500 for 1 gram, we are confident that our Cupowder is unique in size, and given its size in purity as well.

So, what are the specific characteristics of our Cuprum Coin underlying asset, which satisfy what is presented in the table above:

1) Purity: 99.9982% & 99.9983%
2) Shape: Spherical
3) Size up to 30 nm
a) Sample 1, average size: 9.0 nm
b) Sample 2, average size: 5.1 nm
c) Sample 3, average size: 21.4 nm

In order to give you an idea of what size we’re writting here, we will show you in one incredible example.

10.0 nm is equal to 0.010 micrometar.

1 millimeter is equal to 1000 micrometers.

Really amazing, isn’t it!?

For everything shown here, i.e. in our Whitepaper, we have credible evidence in the documentation, from the most prestigious analytical firms. You can also find everything shown in our document “Proof of assets”.

Sample 1 on this list is Copper Powder which is used for mass use in industry, with “only” 99,0% purity cost 102 EUR per 1 kg, what means how 1 gram cost 0,102 EUR. On the other hand, the last Sample on the price list is nano cupowder, the purest and smallest in size, which 1 gram cost 2,170 EUR. This means how this nano Copper Powder is 21,274 more expensive than Sample 1. Incredible, right!? Of course, because nano technology is used in special parts of very specific industries, industries of the future, and therefore this type of material is the most valuable.

In our Whitepaper on pages 3, 4 and 5, you can find more details about nano copper powder, it is really worth reading what our Cuprum Coin really represents, what kind of commodity it is.

To the general population, even to the majority of the financial elite, this commodity was a total unknown for decades, but Cuprum Coin has now revealed it and provides the opportunity for everyone to trade with it. Therefore, we are sure that our CUC is definitely the investment product of the future.

The article used the ISE price table from December 2020, because the price list was still publicly available at that time. However, the prices have not changed until today, they have even increased.

We believe that with this article we managed to bring our underlying asset a little closer to you and explain why it is so superior to all other copper powders, a truly unique class.

CUPRUM COIN, The Nano Commodity of the Future

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