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Gold Goes Green

Solving the biggest problem in mining today

“We have solved the single biggest concern in the mining industry.”

This may sound like a bold claim, but it’s a claim that Star Alliance International Corp. (OTC: STAL) has the team, the tech, and the results to stand behind. 

About 130 miles east of San Francisco is the small town of El Portal, California. You would be forgiven if you had never heard of the place, but just outside of town, big things are happening. Things that, if Star Alliance has their way, could generate huge sums of money, and revolutionize mining around the globe. 

Active until the early 2000’s, Star Alliance’s Troy mine operation sits at 4200 feet above sea level. The buildings and other infrastructure are still standing, the site is accessible by road, and conservative estimates say that the gold deposit Star Alliance’s 78 gold mining claims sit on top of is estimated to contain at least $3.1 billion worth of gold at current prices, some of which is accessible from the Troy Mine.

The mine went out of production close to 20 years ago in an environment of low gold prices and rising costs. Gold prices are much higher now, but that’s not the only reason we’re talking about Star Alliance today. With their unique, patent pending extraction technology, Star Alliance is poised to shake the entire gold mining industry to its core.


Old mines, new profits

Through its patent pending Genesis system, Star Alliance can extract gold at rates of up to 98% recovery, and at significantly lower costs than anyone else in the industry.

Proven gold reserves

The Troy mine in El Portal California has produced gold commercially as recently as the early 2000’s and sits on the edge of a gold deposit valued conservatively at over $3.1 billion.

International partnerships

With a recent 51% acquisition, Star Alliance is bringing it’s proven technology to the already producing Rio Jalan Project in Central Honduras, where it will showcase the efficiency improvements of Genesis.

Game changing tech

The patent pending Genesis gold extraction system can extract gold from ore at 98% recovery rates, and over 400 times faster than conventional methods. In a business where time is money, the efficiency and profit improvements promised by this system will literally change the way the world mines for gold.

A booming market

Valued at $214.1 billion in 2021, the global gold mining market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.1%  to $249.6 billion by 2026. If we’re right about the potential of Star Alliance’s Genesis system, it is very well positioned to capture a significant piece of this growth. 

The money of kings

It has been said that gold is the money of kings, and in these days of runaway inflation, government spending, and political and social turmoil, we only see increased demand for the solid protection against inflation that gold continues to offer.

The gold mining industry may never be the same

Smart investors are wise to be wary of bold claims that seem like they could be too good to be true. There is no shortage of people out there who say big things, but when the time comes to put their money where their mouth is, the results aren’t there.

This is not one of those companies. In fact, if preliminary results continue to pan out, Star Alliance, and their innovative Genesis ore extraction system, could be the biggest thing to happen to mining since the gold rush. 

Some people think the gold mining industry is all profit, but that is hardly the case. The name of the game is fast, efficient, low cost extraction: and especially in the west, it must be done in a way that protects the environment. 

That’s why we are so excited to talk about this company today, and why smart investors are already starting to pay attention.

Bringing proven reserves back into production

As we mentioned earlier, Star Alliance’s operation in El Portal, California is ground zero for the Genesis extrication system. Sitting atop proven gold reserves, the same ones that kicked off the California gold rush, Star Alliance controls an existing mine, mill, laboratory, roads, and other support facilities that can easily be brought up to modern standards of production. 

Teams are working on site right now to get the mine back into production, and mining operations will begin as soon as feasibly possible. After delays caused by wildfires and covid-19 last year, it looks like the path is finally clear for reopening.

Gold prices have risen immensely since the mine originally shut down, making profitable extraction that much more viable, but the real secret to Star Alliance’s strategy is something called Genesis.


Enter Juan Lemos

The name may not sound familiar to you, but if you follow the gold mining industry, it may soon become a household name. That’s because Juan Lemos is the creator of an ore extraction system called Genesis, now controlled 51% by Star Alliance.

We won’t devote too much space here on the technical details of exactly how Genesis works, but what we will talk about is the results it produces. As you’ll soon see, if these results can be duplicated across the entire industry, Star Alliance and their investors could be on the verge of some seriously life changing gains.

After years of work perfecting the Genesis system, Lemos is pleased to partner with Star Alliance. “I am excited to be involved with Richard and the team at STAR. We look forward to successfully marketing the Genesis system together” Lemos said.

If initial reports continue to deliver results, Star Alliance and Lemos shouldn’t have any trouble marketing Genesis.

That’s because, in addition to delivering a 98% gold recovery rate from raw ore, the modular Genesis system operates over 400% faster than conventional operations, with each module capable of processing 300 to 350 tons of ore daily.

For comparison, the conventional heap leaching process still used by much of the industry would take as long as 40 to 120 days to do what Genesis does in a single day.

To be clear, this increase in speed and efficiency is incredible, and if it were applied across the industry, the effects on the global gold market would be enormous. This alone is more than enough reason for investors to be very excited about Star Alliance, but the benefits of genesis go even further.


Environmentally friendly ore processing

When you think of gold mining, protecting the environment probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But with their modular Genesis system, Star Alliance is out to change that perception, while protecting the environment at the same time. 

For mines like Star Alliance’s El Portal property, the conventional extraction process is known as heap leaching. To put it simply, heap leaching involves soaking crushed ore in various chemicals to extract the gold or other precious metals, and then processing the chemical solution to extract the gold.

This process is time consuming, often expensive, and many of the chemicals used are extremely harmful for the environment if they leak or are improperly dumped. In short, heap leaching is a process that, while it does extract additional gold from the ore, has serious cost and environmental implications. 

The Genesis process is different, both in terms of chemicals and in terms of time. To put it simply, Genesis accelerates the extraction of gold in oxidized minerals with a modular system that can scale to any size operation. The Genesis process was designed to be environmentally friendly, and as we already discussed, it operates at more than 400 times the speed of heap leaching. This really is a case of something being the best of both worlds.

Technology and profits that scale

Just like the modular design of Genesis allows it to grow alongside any mining operation, Star Alliance plans to implement a “modular” business model around Genesis. In addition to using it on their own mining projects, it plans to provide Genesis systems to mining operations worldwide, in exchange for a percentage of the gold recovered. 

In a market predicted to grow to $249.6 billion by 2026, it’s easy to see that this is a business model with huge upside potential, both for Star Alliance and for investors. The technology works, and the time savings, environmental benefits, and 98% efficiency are likely to be a combination few mining operations will be able to resist. We’re eager to see the first of these deals come to fruition, and we’ll let you know here as soon as we know more.


Summary for investors

With inflation, social and political turmoil, and uncertainty in the financial markets, gold and the stability it provides are here to stay. As demand and prices rise, older mines become profitable to operate again. Star Alliance controls just such a property in California, along with a recent deal for mining operations in Honduras. 

Its revolutionary and patent pending Genesis extraction system is able to operate at up to 98% gold recovery rate, and is over 400 times faster than conventional methods. The system is also environmentally friendly, protecting the environment from harsh chemicals while still extracting as much marketable gold as possible. 

Beyond powering its own mining operations, Star Alliance plans to make Genesis available to miners worldwide, in exchange for a percentage of the gold recovered. This line of business has massive upside potential in a fast growing $214.1 billion market, and we are very excited to see what will come of it in the near future.

Star Alliance trades under OTC: STAL

In the News


Rich Carey – CEO / Chairman and Director 

Richard Carey is our CEO and Co-Chairman is responsible for creating, planning, implementing and integrating the strategic direction of the Company and as such responsible for the company’s operations, marketing, strategy, financing, and creation of company culture. Mr. Carey began his career in 1958 when he received congressional appointment to the US Naval Academy as the son of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Charles Francis Carey Jr. Upon honorable discharge from the US Navy in 1964, Mr. Carey began a career in finance as a NYLIC underwriter for New York Life. From 1967 to 1973, Mr. Carey worked as a stockbroker and principal of a brokerage firm. In 1973 he began structuring oil and gas limited partnerships for developmental drilling programs. These programs included hundreds of successful oil and gas wells, and a lucrative Geo-Thermal project in Colorado as a general partner with AMEX (an American Stock Exchange listed company).

In the subsequent 40 years, Mr. Carey has founded and co-founded multiple companies in a wide range of industries including diamond and gold mining operations, oil and gas exploration, energy resellers, entertainment, specialty finance and tax offset programs. With his broad experience and an extensive personal and business network, Mr. Carey’s financial acumen has added significant value to every project in which he has participated. With his unique understanding of the diversity of business structures and an ongoing commitment to innovate and adapt to new practices, he continues to build upon the depth of knowledge and success gained throughout his career.

James G. Baughman, President

James Baughman, an economic geologist and mining executive, is our President and responsible for assisting the CEO in creating, planning, implementing and integrating the strategic direction of the Company and as such shares with the CEO responsibilities for the company operations, marketing, strategy, financing, and creation of company culture. Mr. Baughman has over thirty years of progressive experience in advancing gold, silver, and base metal projects from grassroots to advance stage projects. He has held senior positions (i.e., Chief Geologist, Chairman, President, Acting CFO, Chief Operating Officer) in both private and publicly traded mining and mineral exploration companies during his 30-year industry career. Mr. Baughman was on the successful Greens Creek discovery team and has led exploration and development projects throughout the Western Hemisphere. Mr. Baughman was CEO of High Plains Uranium that was sold for US $55 Million in 2006. Mr. Baughman is a registered member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, Exploration and a member of the Society of Economic Geologists. Mr. Baughman received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology in 1983 from the University of Wyoming and is a registered professional geologist (P. Geo) in the State of Wyoming. Mr. Baughman is a Registered Member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME) and a Qualified Person (QP) on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).

Alexei Tchernov, Executive Vice President Finance and Strategic Planning, Director

Alexei Tchernov is our Executive Vice President Finance and Strategic Planning and in this capacity is responsible for directing all aspects of accounting operations, overseeing all transactions related to general ledger, receivables, payables, payroll and financial reporting and working with other senior managers in financial planning, results management, and strategic planning and execution. Mr. Tchernov has twenty-five years of financial, investment, and significant polymetallic development project experience domestically and internationally. Mr. Tchernov spent fourteen years with the IFC Metropol group of companies as Acting Head of Corporate Finance and Head of Investment Projects. Previously he served as Financial Director of Neptune Pacific. He began his career as an associate with The Boston Consulting Group and later as a financial analyst with the United Financial Group division of Deutsche Bank. Mr. Tchernov received his Ph.D. in computational mathematics and cybernetics, his M.S. in applied mathematics, and his Law Degree from Moscow State University; and, his MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas TX.

Franz Allmayer – Vice President Mergers & Acquisitions, Director 

Franz Allmayer as Vice President Mergers & Acquisitions is responsible for sourcing and evaluating investment opportunities including joint ventures, and negotiating and closing investments. Mr. Allmayer has held positions with companies such as SIMGO Mobile since September 2015 as their Business Developer and Global Advisor, the Clinton Health Initiative from November 2014 to September 2015 as a consultant, LMM General trading from October 2015 to October 2016 as a Strategic Research & Development Innovation Scout and Vamed Engineering GmbH & CO KG from April 2012 to September 2014 as a Project Engineer. Mr. Allmayer graduated in September 2014 from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a Master of Science degree in Health Policy, Planning and Financing with merit. In addition, he has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering with distinction from the University of Applied Sciences Techniku, Vienna.

Anthony L. Anish – COO / Corporate Secretary and Director

Mr. Anish, as Corporate Secretary, is responsible for board minutes and implementing board decisions, advising directors, handling share issuances and transactions, legal requirements, auditors, lawyers, tax advisers, bankers and shareholders on governance issues, and ensuring compliance of relevant laws and regulatory matters. Mr. Anish serves as a principal officer of M Line Holdings, Inc. where he was responsible for meeting all the SEC requirements. Previously, he successfully founded and expanded the London-based Anish and Co., chartered accountants, Mr. Anish sold his interest to two junior partners to join as CFO his accounting client, Performance Tire, Ltd. A year later he joined Performance Tire, Inc. where he led an expansion into the U.S. that took sales from $2MM to $28MM in 2 years. He later purchased the company’s 9 retail stores, which he later sold to return to his accounting and finance background. As President of AM Capital, Inc. Mr. Anish provided business finance for companies through equipment leasing and asset-based lending from its Orange County office. Prior to joining M-Line he consulted on a number of reverse mergers, provided business finance to private and public companies, and assisted taking a private company public through the full registration process. Mr. Anish received his Chartered Accounting degree after articling with Percy Phillips and Co., a London based Chartered Accounting firm.

Themis Glatman – Treasurer, Director 

Mrs. Glatman, as Treasurer, is responsible for corporate liquidity, investments, and risk management related to the company’s financial activities (i.e., forecasting cash flow, related borrowing needs, and funds available for investment). Mrs. Glatman was born in Brazil where she achieved an athletic scholarship that allowed her to come to the United States where she attended Brigham Young University in Utah, studying Chemical Engineering for three years. She is fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese with some French and Italian. Having moved to Los Angeles in 1981 she pursued a seventeen-year career in construction including commercial, residential, multi-family as well as smaller remodeling projects. Remodeling included acquisitions of homes for her own remodeling projects. She is well versed in reading blueprints and understands architectural, engineering, and financial requirements of projects from their financing through excavation, grading, paving, and concrete work through final finishes.



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