What Is Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) ?
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) PT has been highly involved in expanding its business into Central Sulawesi ,Indonesia, a area that has plenty of potential in mining, fishing and agricultural in the past few year.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Finally early this year finally managed to sign a joint venture contract with the local government owned enterprise to develop various projects.PT Pembangunan Sulawesi Tengah, the local government of central owned enterprise, entered a joint venture agreement with subsidiary company, PT Graha Indonesia, to develop the following projects :
- CBD central Sulawesi, a smart office building in Palu, the capital city of the province.
- 1500 Ha a Smart Agroindustrial Estate in Morowali
- 10 000 Ha Nickel Mining exploration in Morowali
- 400 Ha Horticultural Plantation at Parigi Motong
- 500 Ha Integrated fisheries center in Teluk Tomini which will be specialized export zone for fisheries.
- 1000 Ha Shrimp farming in Toli toli
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Storage Key Points
|Coin Name||Luminos Mining Protocol|
|Circulating Supply||5.00B LUMI|
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|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Central Sulawesi Projects
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) (Indonesian: Sulawesi Tengah) is a province of Indonesia located at the centre of the island of Sulawesi. The administrative capital and largest city is located in Palu. The 2010 census recorded a population of 2,635,009 for the province, and the 2015 Census of 2,872,859, while the latest official estimate (for mid 2019) is 3,042,100.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Central Sulawesi has an area of 61,841.29 km2 (23,877 sq mi), the largest area among all provinces on Sulawesi Island, and has the second-largest population on Sulawesi Island after the province of South Sulawesi. It is bordered by the provinces of Gorontalo to the north, West Sulawesi, South Sulawesi and South East Sulawesi to the south, by Maluku to the east, and by the Makassar Strait to the west .
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) According to UNICEF, Central Sulawesi is a province with a significant number of young people. As many as 1 million people or 35 percent of the total population in this province are children. More than three out of four children live in rural areas.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) More than 185,000 children (18.2 percent) live below the provincial poverty line in 2015 (Rp. 11,127 per person per day). However, more households are in a vulnerable position and live with income that is slightly above the poverty line. In addition, three quarters of children experience deprivation in two dimensions non-income poverty or more, with that inequality striking between urban and rural areas.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) development of the agricultural sector is very dominant. Various programs and activities have been carried out to overcome the impact of the economic crisis and have been able to increase the production and export of several leading commodities even though overall they have not provided added value in increasing the income and welfare of the farming community.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Rice fields according to the irrigation system can be distinguished, including technical irrigated rice fields with an area of 54,314 ha, semi-technical irrigation with an area of 36,241 ha, simple irrigation with an area of 13,410 ha, village irrigation with an area of 22,929 ha and technical non-irrigated rice fields of 23,518 ha.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Development of an area that has conformity to fisheries characteristics, taking into account slope factors below 8 percent and adequate water supply with a potential of ponds covering an area of 42,095.15 ha which is processed 11.3 percent, potential for freshwater cultivation covering 134,183.3 hectares treated 5.8 percent, consisting of 48,458 hectares of lakes
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Nickel mining in Indonesia began with small-scale exploratory mining operations during the Dutch East Indies era and began to expand in the 1960s. Most of Indonesia’s proven nickel reserves are located in the islands of Sulawesi and Halmahera, and the country has the largest annual production and reserves of nickel in the world Nickel is processed in Morowali Regency, especially in the Morowali Industrial Park.
Build by Miners, for Miners
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) Graha Group has been in the Nickel Mining Industry for more than 20 years, with 8 mining concession and Nickel Mines. We adopt real business application approach using block chain technology in building our own native ecosystem that is fundamentally supported by offline mining work.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) are many problems in the mining industry these days where workers find it more challenging to operate safely; The cost and risk of access to a high-quality ore increase; Traceable activities are difficult to verify as maintaining the accuracy of this information and managing its extensive volume is highly expensive; The mining value chain is very complicated.
Luminos Mining Protocol (LUMI) have researched and developed many solutions to help tackle these problems. To begin with, Luminos Mining Protocol is a mining project with advanced technologies, highly qualified and experienced staff, which would help put the safety of workers first and ensure quality of ore with a certificate for its quality. In addition, Luminos aims to incorporate block chain technology to keep transactions traceable. We leverage block chain to enable stakeholders to stay connected on a chain, thus enabling a secure exchange of trade documents through the use of smart contracts