Brazil Minerals, Inc. Announces Its First Iron Project and Technology Partnership Development

3 June 2019

Brazil Minerals, Inc. announced today that it has obtained the rights to an iron project area with 4,120 acres in the “Quadrilátero Ferrífero” (Iron Quadrangle), one of the premier iron regions in the world with multiple operating mines. Iron ore is in high demand with strong sales of Brazilian iron ore for export (mainly to China) or for use by local steelmakers. Recently, the price of iron delivered at a foreign port spiked to US$109 per ton, the highest since 2013.

Brazil Minerals’ claim holds potential for several reasons, including its location in proximity to one of the initial iron mines from Vale S.A., the world’s largest producer of iron. The local geology shows possible secondary deposits, i.e., occurrences of eluvial/colluvial iron mineralization with potential for lump ore production. This type of product is aimed at the domestic market and, in general, presents a combination of low production cost and relatively high margins, when compared with iron production for export.

As part of the agreement in which Brazil Minerals was advised, at no initial cost, regarding this iron opportunity by a local private enterprise, the Company will evaluate innovative technology solutions initially developed by this enterprise which are aimed at minimizing the environmental disturbances of an iron mine. These solutions center on processing without water and enabling smaller scale operations to increase profitability and product quality. Refinements may be co-developed during this technology partnership.

As soon as it is feasible, Brazil Minerals plans to proceed with geological studies of the area to ascertain various aspects of the mineral right, including quantification of mineralization and reserve potential.

About Brazil Minerals, Inc.

Brazil Minerals, Inc. (OTC: BMIX) along with its subsidiaries has a business model focused on: 1) mining specific areas for gold and diamonds, and 2) generating projects from its portfolio of high-quality mineral rights for transactions leading to royalties and/or equity positions. The first equity holdings from such strategy is a 49% ownership in Jupiter Gold Corporation (OTC: JUPGF). More information on Brazil Minerals is at More information on Jupiter Gold is at

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Marc Fogassa, CEO
Brazil Minerals, Inc.
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