Alix Provides Update on Bitcoins

Alix Provides Update on Bitcoins

Alix Resources Corp. ("Alix" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:AIX)(FRANKFURT:37N) (ARXRF-US CLEARING SYMBOL) announces that, with regards to the proposed launch of a bitcoin exchange (see PR dated November 14, 2013), the company will not be proceeding with the implementation of a bitcoin exchange at this time, instead the company will conduct additional due diligence on the bitcoin sector prior to making a decision as to whether to implement a Bitcoin exchange. The Company will provide an update to its shareholders when the due diligence process is complete.

The Company further announces that it intends to continue its proposed bitcoin service payment plan with its mining service providers, whereby such service providers will accept payment in bitcoin for their services. Since the Company's initial announcement, the Company has received favorable responses from other entities in the junior public mining exploration industry, and anticipates that it may enter further bitcoin service payment plans with others. The Company will provide further updates as they arise.


Michael England, President

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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