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Silver Institute’s April Silver News

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The Silver Institute has released its April newsletter. The publication has a handful of interesting articles about the latest technology in the silver industry, as well as new silver investment products on the market. Here’s a few of the highlights:

  • Q&A about the future of nanosilver with Rosalind Volpe, Executive Director of the Silver Nanotechnology Working Group.
  • Sunshine Minting, Inc. (SMI), is incorporating a sophisticated security
    feature into its 10 and 1-ounce bars and rounds, and plans to include
    it in other sizes as well.
  • An explanation and history of the London Silver Fix.

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