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Creating a new GLOBAL STANDARD

Metals Direct Exchange is the world center for the trading of precious metals – We aim to capture a majority of metals exchange business on our platforms. In 2017 we launched SLVR ICO that started a serious of events where we bring miners direct to the OTC buyers. Metals Direct participants from the physical mining industry and the private or intuitional investment community can come together to transact in a safe and seamless market where there is always a buyer and a seller, where there is always a price and where there is always the opportunity to transfer in and out of precious metals positions– 24 hours a day.Investors value the Metals Direct exchange but also for its close links to the mining and blockchain industries. The possibility of physical delivery via the world-wide network of secure vaults makes it the perfect venue for the industry and provides a solution and price they trust. Going direct to the miners for buyers or precious metals is in a class of its own. Both parties benefit financially coming together on our platform. The Exchange provides producers and consumers of metal with a physical market, most importantly of all, with the ability to capture real-time prices with no middlemen.

The Metals Direct Management Team is fully committed in the Compro Suoro Mine with $28 million USD already invested. A proven team is already working onsite in Mexico with a chief executive officer. This together with local knowledge that is complemented by onsite mining, metallurgical and engineering expertise, Management has demonstrated an ability to build and run a successful mining operation annually. The SLVR team is boldly looking forward to the digital age by implementing something revolutionary in the crypto space that gives unparalleled service and safety to token holders by giving them a supported currency that is not bound by deflating currencies.

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ACCREDITED INVESTOR

Some kinds of investments are restricted to "accredited investors". See what it means and if you meet "accredited investor" requirements. The main thought behind this term is that some investments seem too sophisticated to be recommended to everyone as not everyone has enough knowledge and experience do correctly assess given investment's potential. The idea is to protect those, who might not be able to do so, by limiting their access to certain investments and information about them (it is not legal for those providing certain investment opportunities to disclose any information for people who are not accredited investors).  If you are an accredited investor, please let us know - we might be able to share investment ideas with you that we can't disclose publicly.

Alan Greenspan

Alan Greenspan was born in 1926 in New York City. He received his Ph.D. in economics from New York University in 1977. Before his career at the Fed, Greenspan worked both in private and public sector. In particular, he run Townsend-Greenspan & Co., Inc., a consulting company. He also worked as an adviser for Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential election campaign and was a Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Gerald Ford. In 1987, President Ronald Reagan nominated Greenspan as a successor to Paul Volcker as the Fed Chair. He took office on August the 11th, 1987 and remained in that role until January 31st, 2006, when Ben Bernanke succeeded him. He served five terms through the administrations of four America’s presidents. It was the second-longest tenure in the position (behind William McChesney Martin).

Our Promise

The next issue that we would like to cover is that of the expectations you may have regarding our service. We aim to provide you with the fastest most reliable way to acquire precious metals at the best prices. Our precious metals are coming straight from miners to your door step. We have eliminated the middleman, but neither we, nor anyone else in this business, can promise anything regarding the performance of the market. In particular, we can’t promise that each trade will be a successful one. Our promise to you is to keep you updated with our analysis through regular alerts and the intra-day notices if the situation requires it and that is what our clients expect– even though you are likely to see them quite often on your trading account, being a client does not promise profits, only our best effort to help you achieve them. The analysis of our own work and signals indicates that the best results are achieved over time, while focusing on the long-term result and when keeping the sizes of positions reasonable. Too big a focus on a single trade or too much capital very often results in losses. We will move to details in the final part of this message.

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Live Trades

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Live Order Book Bid

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Live Order Book Ask

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How do I Buy Precious Metals Best & Worst Ways to Buy Gold

1. E-gold

Pros: Theoretically backed by gold Transparent exchange rate No tracking error Wide availability, they can be accessed using a computer with Internet connection Low entry barriers, even small amounts of money can be exchanged for digital gold currency

Cons: The risk of not recovering invested capital in the case of bankruptcy of the entity operating the pool accounts (counterparty risk) No sufficient laws or regulations, digital currencies issuers are not banks IT security issues, hacking risk The risk that gold bars that should be backing the account do not exist

2. Gold bars

Pros: Gold bars are tangible, we can be sure they exist Their value will never fall to zero They are neither a liability nor a security Lower margin than bullion coins Low risk

Cons: Relatively low liquidity, especially for bigger bars Shipment, storage and insurance costs Burglary or theft risk