LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / November 20, 2023 / Star Alliance International Corp. (Stock Symbol STAL), ("STAR or the Company"). On Friday November 17, STAR repaid over $95,000 of toxic convertible debt.
Richard Carey, President and Chairman of STAL, commented, "We are excited that with this payment, we have paid off the toxic convertible debt of the Company. We are moving forward positively with much more news on the horizon. As always, Shareholder value is our primary motivator."
About Star Alliance International Corp.
Star Alliance International Corp. ("the Company", or "STAL") was incorporated in the State of Nevada on April 17, 2014, under the laws of the State of Nevada.
Star Alliance International Corp is a Worldwide Holding Company with strong assets in the US, Honduras, and Guatemala.
STAL's assets include gold mines in California and is finalizing contracts to acquire a mine in Honduras. In addition, Star searches out innovative new technologies that are eco-friendly including "Genesis," the environmentally safe gold extraction system that we are purchasing.
The Genesis gold and other minerals extraction system extracts minerals from oxide and complex ores much faster than other processes in an environmentally safe manner.
We have also agreed terms to acquire a controlling interest in two entities outside our mining divisions including the fintech and artificial intelligence corporate purchases.
The Company anticipates continued expansion of our efforts domestically and abroad, with a particularly keen focus on mining technologies for precious metals and rare earth minerals, as well as other innovative technologies that will enhance the value of the Company.
It is STAL's goal to become a very well-rounded enterprise with planned diversification, paired with a balanced approach, ensuring the very best possible results and the highest possible value for our shareholders.
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