BUZ INVESTORS PRESS RELEASE Comprehensive Amendment Agreements Tauriga Sciences Inc. ( OTC PINK : (TAUG ) (“Tauriga” or “the Company”),

Tauriga Sciences, Inc. (TAUG ) Fully Repays $40,000 USD Face Value Convertible Debenture

Tauriga Sciences, Inc. Fully Repays $40,000 USD Face Value Convertible Debenture for One Time Cash Payment of $59,658.96 USD


BUZ INVESTORS PRESS RELEASE  Tauriga Sciences, Inc  Tauriga Sciences, Inc. ( OTC PINK : TAUG ) (“Tauriga” or the “Company”), engaged in building of businesses in the life sciences space, today announced that is has fully repaidTauriga Sciences, Inc  Tauriga Sciences, Inc. ( OTC PINK : TAUG ) (“Tauriga” or the “Company”), engaged in building of businesses in the life sciences space, today announced that is has fully repaid and retired a $40,000 USD face value 12.00% convertible debenture held by Group 10 Holdings, LLC. This convertible debenture, which was issued by the Company on March 31, 2017, has been fully repaid for a one-time cash payment of $59,658.96 USD. Accordingly, this debt will be removed from the Company’s balance sheet.
The Company’s management and Board of Directors have established a long term corporate goal to be completely free of convertible debt. Significant efforts will be made by the Company moving forward to retire additional tranches of its existing convertible debt.

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Tauriga’s Chief Executive Officer, Seth M. Shaw, expressed, “The Company is working diligently to curtail potential future share dilution and is pleased to have repaid this convertible debenture for this one-time cash payment. The Company continues to believe that it is making important progress on a number of strategic initiatives, including the anticipated launch of its Cupuacu Butter lip balm product. My recent personal investments into the Company should underscore my belief in our future prospects and my commitment to both restore and create long term value for our loyal shareholder base.”

Tauriga Sciences, Inc. ( OTC PINK : TAUG ) is a fully reporting life sciences company engaged in the development, marketing, distribution and potential licensing of a broad array of products and technologies that may help individuals who are affected by muscle tension. The Company has already identified potential products and technologies of interest and is actively working towards the goal of creating an innovative product line to launch the business activities of ColluMauxil Therapeutics LLC. The Company believes that one of its most important strengths is its access to and relationships with potentially substantial distribution systems and networks. The Company intends to capitalize on distribution opportunities and will continually update shareholders on such developments. The Company is also prosecuting (as Plaintiff) its ongoing malpractice lawsuit against its predecessor audit firm, for which it’s seeking monetary damages in excess of $4,500,000 USD.

This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any of these securities, nor will there be any sale of these securities in any state or other jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale is not permitted. Any securities offered or issued in connection with the above-referenced merger and/or investment have not been registered, and will be offered pursuant to an exemption from registration.

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Stephens on Coro Mining becoming a fully integrated copper producer

Stephens on Coro Mining becoming a fully integrated copper producer

Alan Stephens, President, CEO and Director of Coro Mining Corp. (TSX: COP) in an interview with InvestorIntel’s CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss the recently announce maiden copper resource estimate for Coro’s Marimaca project in Chile. Stephens indicated that at present they have drilled fifty holes at the site and intend to move into the construction and production phase.

Coro also owns a processing plant close to Marimaca, the Ivan Plant, which will initially produce copper cathode and finally copper metal. Once the Ivan Plant and Marimaca is brought online, then Coro will become an integrated copper producer.

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The company’s Berta Project, also located in Chile has been productive since last year. Stephens confirmed the Coro’s plan to expand this production capacity to around 5,000 tonnes by the middle of 2017.

Tracy Weslosky: Today I have the pleasure of speaking with Alan Stephens from Coro Mining. How are you today Alan?

Alan Stephens: Very well, thank you Tracy.

Tracy Weslosky: Okay Alan let’s get right to it. You just put out your maiden resource estimate for the Marimaca Project. Did I pronounce that properly?

Alan Stephens: You did.

Tracy Weslosky: And, of course, this is in Chile. Tell us more about this.

Alan Stephens: Sure. Marimaca is a new discovery that Coro made earlier this year. We’ve drilled only about 50 holes and we started with our resource estimate straight away and we expect to get into production as quickly as possible.

Tracy Weslosky: So I understand the Marimaca Project is, of course, close to your processing plant. Can you tell us more about this?

Alan Stephens: The processing plant is called Ivan. The processing plant will produce cathode copper, which means that the final product we will produce is copper metal as opposed to concentrate, which is the other way of producing copper.

Tracy Weslosky: So you have a very aggressive timeline then towards production. Is that correct?

Alan Stephens: It is correct. We drilled our first holes in this deposit in March of last year and we hope to be producing copper by sometime in 2018-2019, which is an extremely fast —-

Tracy Weslosky: So Alan for those of us who may be new to Coro Mining, can you give us a bit of an overview about the company?

Alan Stephens: Certainly. Coro was set up in 2005. The objective was to become a mining company and to be producing copper as quickly as possible. It’s taken us a bit longer than we expected, but we are now a producing copper company and we’re looking to grow that production over the next 2 or 3 years.

Tracy Weslosky: Well, in addition to your aggressive timeline, you actually had a very interesting comment in your about paragraph on the Coro Mining website in that you said you’re looking for Coro-type deposits. Can you tell us what that means?

Alan Stephens: Coro-type deposits are really any deposit that we can identify at whatever stage of development in Chile that we can see a timeline to production as quickly as possible.

Tracy Weslosky: Okay, so, in addition to the most recent news on Marimaca, maybe you can give us a little bit more of an overview on this project.

Alan Stephens: Marimaca is a new discovery in a very well located part of Chile. We’re fast-tracking it to production. It’ll be a very nice project for a company of our size and it will produce good copper at a very low price.

Tracy Weslosky: And, of course, in your operations update, which I absolutely love, it’s very thorough. I like how Coro handles news release updates for shareholders. You also mentioned a company or a project called Berta. Can you tell us a little bit more about that?

Alan Stephens: Berta is an existing operating mine that we put into production last year. It’s a project we discovered back in 2011 and we’re currently expanding the output to approximately 5,000 tons of copper per year. We expect that to reach that level of production in the middle of 2017.

Tracy Weslosky: So, Alan, copper, we have an aggressive timeline. We have a processing facility. Can you tell us what else we as shareholders might be looking forward to in 2017?

Alan Stephens: I think Coro is a copper growth story. We like to characterize ourselves as being a growth company that happens to be producing copper. Our business is discovering copper deposits and taking them all the way through to production ourselves. Most companies either are exploration companies or they’re mining companies. We want to be a company that finds our own deposits and puts them into production.

Tracy Weslosky: So, Alan thank you so much for updating us on Coro Mining.

Alan Stephens: Thank you Tracy for the opportunity.


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SuperNET Team Introduces EasyDEX: Fully Functional Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange

SuperNET Team Introduces EasyDEX: Fully Functional Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange

SuperNET Team Introduces EasyDEX: Fully Functional Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange

SuperNET team, the brains behind ZCash based Komodo cryptocurrency protocol has announced the launch of its EasyDEX decentralized exchange platform.

SuperNET Team Introduces EasyDEX: Fully Functional Decentralized Cryptocurrency Exchange

November 12, 2016 – Centralized cryptocurrency exchanges, despite being extremely useful and convenient, deviate from the very premise on which Bitcoin was founded: The trustless exchange of value. These exchanges require users to convert their funds into IOU (I Owe You) tokens in order to exchange them within the market. When a user wants to withdraw his funds, the IOUs are converted back into real cryptocurrencies. However, this poses a huge risk for the user as centralized exchanges are prone to inside thefts and outside hacks, something that has been demonstrated repeatedly by the recent happenings in the cryptocurrency industry. Customers of these platforms have lost millions of dollars’ worth of Bitcoin and other altcoin funds to hackers and cybercriminals.

  • There are few decentralized alternatives available at the moment, but more than often they lack the liquidity and convenience that users are otherwise used to. This may soon change as the team behind the SuperNET project has recently released a whitepaper describing the implementation of a fully functional and decentralized exchange.The SuperNET team, headed by the infamous coder JL777, have developed a series of projects capable of interconnecting with each other to complete themselves in the SuperNET ecosystem. These include EasyDEX and most recent, Komodo Platform. Unlike most projects in the crypto industry, these projects don’t seek to compete with Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrencies. Instead, they focus on creating tools and features that benefit all blockchain projects by strengthening them further. These tools include;
    • The Iguana GUI wallet that can be used by any cryptocurrency without a GUI (Graphic User Interface) solution.
    • The delayed Proof of Work consensus mechanism that allows any blockchain to be as secure as Bitcoin through Komodo’s notary nodes.

    The SuperNET team’s white paper describes the implementation of EasyDEX – a decentralized exchange that not only allows users to exchange cryptocurrencies among themselves without entrusting their funds to a third party but also a system that provides speed and liquidity, a key component that has been missing from almost every centralized exchange.

    Unlike other alternatives that have been implemented before, EasyDEX does not rely on proxy tokens, pegged assets or gateways to exchange cryptocurrencies, as these remove some counterparty risk. Also, in order to prevent any shortcomings in speed and convenience (which the centralized platforms are known for), the platform exchanges cryptocurrencies directly through an atomic cross-chain protocol.

    The EasyDEX exchange allows users to maintain their privacy, which is much valued in the cryptocurrency community. This is enabled by the privacy layer in the order matching process which makes it possible to execute trades without establishing a direct contact with the user’s IP.

    As the world of blockchain evolves, the community and services built around it will also evolve along with it, eventually making complete decentralization the only way forward.

    About SuperNET

    SuperNET is a collaborative community of participating cryptocurrencies and their development teams, alongside innovative coders, networking experts, social-media and commercial development specialists and third-party service-providers. They seek to create a united platform of technologies focusing on the establishment of decentralised delivery of previously centralised online services.

    Learn more about SuperNET at – http://www.supernet.org/index.php