How does it work?

Picchu Rio Gold 2 (PRG2) is a cutting-edge cryptocurrency Project, which provides its STO investors with a unique opportunity to invest both in crypto and real world assets by backing digital tokens (Picchu Rio Gold 2 tokens) with a pre-defined amount of proven physical in ground and stockpiled gold and gold alluvial ore.

The amount of gold, assigned to each token initially, during every stage of the Project offering except post-STO stages remain constant and equals $80 million dollars. After launching the gold mining operation in Peru, which is the purpose of this STO Project, the mined gold starts to be distributed between tokens holders in values above and beyond their initial acquisition price of $1 per token.

Our PRG2 project has already been initiating for setting up mechanical processing lines and electrostatic separation lines. 

PRG2 project will be completed in 5 years. PRG2 Token will be valued to 1 gram of true gold in 3 to 5 years.

Want to invest in PRG2 Tokens?

Our team will help you to operate on instant exchange to trade PRG2 Tokens successfully. We will teach you the basis of trading.

Our Teamship

Our professional and experienced staff works for you

Keith D. Hall
CEO and Project Operation Director
Douglas Ashworth
Operations Director of Perú
Brian Chin Colonel USMCR Retired
CTO and Platform Developer of the Project
James Gim
CTO and Platform/Block Chain Developer of the Project
Joel Yaji
Director Communities Relationship
Ernesto Gutierrez
Lead Mining Operations Engineer
Richard Woodford
Project Chemist/Metallurgist
Johan Ustua
Project Systems Engineer

Our Advisors

Our professional and experienced advisors works for you

Paul Brennan Colonel USMC Retired
Advisor Humanitarian Projects
Robert W. Johnson
Advisor Technology Integration and Advancement
ICO/STO Project Advisory
Mark Jacobsen
Advisor Technical Engineering
Ronald P. Macha
ICO/STO Marketing Advisor
Douglas Cyr
Processing Equipment Technology Advisor
Dan A Swaney
Advisor Environmental Safe Mining and Transport Operations