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Swiss may vote on preventing cashless society

Section: Daily Dispatches

By John Stonestreet
Monday, February 6, 2023

Swiss citizens will get the chance to try to ensure that their economy never becomes cashless, a pressure group said, after collecting enough signatures to trigger a popular vote on the issue.

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Relevant Gold Intersects 83.8 g/ton gold over 1 meter at Golden Buffalo

Company Announcement
Monday, February 6, 2023

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada -- Relevant Gold Corp. (CSE:RGC) is pleased to announce the results of its initial 3,500-meter drilling exploration program on its Golden Buffalo Project in the company's 15,095-hectare land package in the South Pass Gold Field, Wyoming, United States. 

Highlights of the program include 1 metre (core length) of 83.8 g/ton Au in Hole 22GB-012 and 14 of 26 holes reporting anomalous gold (>0.1 g/ton Au). The results indicate that the Golden Buffalo Shear is a fertile orogenic gold structure and provide initial proof of concept that large scale Abitibi-style mineralization may exist in central Wyoming. ...

Mineralization was consistently found in individual shear strands within the overall 20-meter-wide Golden Buffalo Shear Zone.

Fifty-four percent of holes drilled intersected anomalous (>0.1 g/ton Au) gold mineralization. Orogenic/Abitibi-style alteration was observed in all 26 drill holes. ...

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The Free Switzerland Movement says cash is playing a shrinking role in many economies, as electronic payments become the default for transactions in increasingly digitised societies, making it easier for the state to monitor its citizens' actions.

It wants a clause added to Switzerland's currency law, which governs how the central bank and government manage the money supply, stipulating that a "sufficient quantity" of banknotes or coins must always remain in circulation. ...

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