At KimberLite, we believe that everyone should have the freedom to experience
the magic of precious commodities, through gamification,
accessibility and ease of use.
Story Behind The Name
Kimberlite is a type of volcanic rock that is known for containing diamonds. It is named after the town of Kimberley in South Africa, where the first large-scale diamond mine was discovered in the late 19th century.
50+ Years in Business
KimberLite, a subsidiary of the well-respected BSR Global Group, is at the forefront of innovation in the Web3 space. BSR Global has a rich history dating back to 1968 and has established itself as a leading player in the Construction, Engineering, and Commodities markets. In the past decade, it has honed its expertise in the precious commodities sector.
KimberLite aims to revolutionise the diamond trade by combining BSR's extensive network and experience with blockchain technology. BSR Global sets itself apart with its advanced logistics platform and insurance coverage from Lloyds of London, which only two companies in the world have achieved. KimberLite is poised to disrupt the status quo and change the diamond industry for the better.
History Behind The Name
The history of kimberlite dates back millions of years, to a time when volcanic eruptions brought diamonds from deep within the Earth's mantle to the surface. Over time, the kimberlite deposits were covered by layers of other rocks and soil, making it difficult to find diamonds.
KimberLite is the world's first cryptocurrency designed for a quicker and more effective operation in the diamond and commodity industry. Utilising blockchain technology, it provides a secure and confidential framework for buying and selling diamonds.
Partners and Stakeholders
KimberLite prides itself in establishing long standing partnerships with some of the most respected companies throughout a multitude of industries.
Covalent's vision is to empower the Web3 pioneers of tomorrow by providing the richest and most robust blockchain data API and infrastructure for the entire Blockchain ecosystem.
Assure Defi aim to create safer Web3 environment by auditing anonymous teams, through world class verification systems. Assure are the leading team auditors in the industry, having worked with over 500 companies.
Cyberscope is one of the leading and recognised audit authorities in the crypto space. Cyberscope has audited more than 1000+ blockchain projects and NFTs. Official partners of all major launchpads like PinkSale, DxSale and UniCrypt.
BSR Global Group Limited is a company that focuses on providing organisational support by delivering group-wide management and critical business functions such as procurement and logistics.
BSR Global Exploration Limited has a mining and exploration team that focuses on developing ground assets by securing concessions that contain either precious gemstone deposits or gold reserves.
BSR Global Commodities Limited, with over three decades of experience, has established a reputation for its commodities division in flawlessly undertaking complex transactions, with a focus on rough diamonds.
Coin Liquidity Solutions
Coin Liquidity Solutions
Coin Liquidity Solutions (CLS) are an award winning Market Maker and Social Media Management (SMM) service provider. CLS introduces projects and tokens to its target audience with its patented toolkit of techniques tailored to all segments of the Web3 and blockchain sphere.
PancakeSwap is no doubt the most recognisable name in the Decentralised Exchange (DEX) world. Launching in September 2020 and focusing on BEP-20 (Binance) tokens it has rapidly become one of the worlds top DEXs for swapping tokens.
Coinstore is on a mission to disrupt the crypto industry by bringing in "fun" in finance. As crypto is becoming the "next big thing", Coinstore want to make cryptocurrency available for everyone in a fast, relatable and secure manner.
Today, kimberlite is mined all over the world, from Russia to Canada to Australia. The process of mining kimberlite involves removing large amounts of rock and soil to reach the kimberlite deposits, which are then processed to extract the diamonds.