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Pay Attention: Adamas One Corp. Is Targeting A More Than $100 Billion Diamond Market Opportunity

Pay attention to Adamas One Corporation. They are changing the synthetic diamond industry and, from an investor’s perspective, can do well to challenge the traditional diamond industry with its groundbreaking diamond synthesis processes.

Not only are the stones that Adamas One produces visually and chemically indistinguishable from those mined from the earth, but they also present many advantages to producers and customers alike.

Perhaps the most significant attraction of Adamas One’s synthetic diamonds is their price point – these stones retail at less than two-thirds the cost of their mined counterparts. This alone is causing synthetic diamonds to gain traction among individual consumers, with most participants in a survey reporting that they would prefer to purchase a synthetic diamond rather than a traditionally mined stone. After all, Adamas One is creating a product that even the most experienced jewelers cannot distinguish from mined diamonds. But that’s just one element.

Environmentally And People Friendly

Consumers are responding to more than just the low price point, however. Most traditionally mined diamonds come from areas afflicted with war and human rights violations. The cruelty, conflict, and damage to ecosystems surrounding the diamond industry have given traditionally mined stones the nickname “blood diamonds.” As consumers are becoming more drawn toward ethically sourced alternatives to everyday products, Adamas One is filling a market sorely in need of its products.

Furthermore, Adamas One Corp. isn’t just marketing to individual consumers looking for decorative stones. The company’s ability to formulate flawless diamonds of unparalleled quality and consistency has earned them the attention of diamond lovers worldwide. That’s not all.

Most important, more than earning attention, they’re in demand. And Adamas One Corp. is ready to attack that market. Moreover, they are meeting a shift in consumer sentiment.

Cost and Consumer Preferences

In the past, diamond alternatives such as cubic zirconia have been marketed to underwhelming results. However, it is critical to note that Adamas One’s products are not an alternative to diamonds but rather an alternative production of diamonds. While the company’s products are chemically indistinguishable from the beautiful stones, the only difference is that they are more reliably pure, strong, and durable.

Furthermore, the groundbreaking production processes of Adamas One’s synthetic diamonds are exact compared to a diamond’s natural formation. Rather than leaving the diamond’s shape, size, and quality up to chance, Adamas One can create diamonds to their chosen and exact specifications, removing many of the quality obstacles for diamond distributors.

In addition to these advantages, synthetic diamonds are significantly less expensive to produce, retailing for an average of 35% less than their traditionally mined counterparts. Considering the many upsides of a substantially lower price point, choosing synthetic diamonds becomes a no-brainer for most consumers and suppliers.

Indeed, this shifting consumer preference has been observed in studies. One survey found that 57% of consumers would prefer a synthetic diamond over a traditionally mined stone, with only 30% choosing the typical diamond and the rest indifferent or unsure of their preferences.

Synthetic Diamonds are Diamonds

When judging the grade of a diamond, the rule of thumb set in place by the Gemological Institute of America is to adhere to the 4 C’s. These metrics are Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat. Adamas One’s synthetic diamonds have a distinct advantage in each category.

For example, a diamond’s clarity determines whether any blemishes are visible in the stone at a high level of magnification. Adamas One’s production methods remove the risk of flaws caused during the natural diamond formation process, allowing the company to consistently produce beautiful, high-grade diamonds.

Furthermore, some colors of natural diamonds, such as pink, are incredibly scarce. Adamas One’s production processes allow the company to form diamonds of specific colors to meet this demand where traditional diamond companies are unable. This alone carves out a section of the market that Adamas One intends to captivate. Better still, while high-carat natural diamonds are typically rare, Adamas One can control the size of the diamonds they grow.

An Ethical Alternative

That puts diverse markets in play. And that could have the most prominent players in the space nervous, including Anglo American ($NGLOY), LVMH Moet ($LVMUY), DeBeers, Gem Diamonds Ltd ($GMDMF), and Rio Tinto ($RIO)But keep in mind synthetic diamonds’ price point and physical advantages over traditional diamonds are just two attractions. As consumers become more conscious of the ethical impacts of their mining, the diamond trade has drawn significant scrutiny. Many consumers are aware that the diamond trade exploits vulnerable communities, exacerbates violent conflict, and are hesitant to buy diamonds.

Beyond the diamond trade’s negative impact on people and their communities, many mining operations wreak havoc on the surrounding ecosystems. Such mines create deforestation, pollute nearby water and air supplies, and spread disease by increasing the population of dangerous insects. These ecological outcomes don’t just affect the area immediately surrounding the mine; they drive up the carbon footprint of the whole region.

With the traditional diamond mining industry taking this kind of toll on surrounding communities and on the health of the planet, it’s no secret why consumers are looking for an alternative. As a result, Adamas One’s cruelty-free and low carbon footprint diamonds are the obvious answer for many consumers.

Industrial Applications Are Considerable

There’s more to like. Adamas One Corp.’s products are as beautiful as any other diamond, but these stones aren’t just marketed toward the jewelry market. As a matter of fact, demand for diamonds in industrial applications is skyrocketing. These stones are used to build high-quality tools, from precision machine components to optical lenses onboard spacecraft. All in all, the industrial demand for diamonds adds up to a $500 billion revenue opportunity.

The better news is that Adamas One’s synthetic diamonds are the perfect match to meet the surging demand. Remember, traditionally mined diamonds are unpredictable in shape, size, color, quality, and other critical factors that determine whether a stone is eligible for the precise requirements of these industrial applications. However, Adamas One’s synthetic stones can be formulated to perfectly satisfy these requirements. Consistency and quality are paramount in the world of industrial tools, positioning Adamas One to capitalize on this burgeoning sector of the market.

Changing The Diamond Market Landscape

The bottom line: Adamas One’s groundbreaking diamond synthesis processes allow them to create the ideal product for every potential client. The company’s synthetic diamonds are more consistent in quality than their traditionally mined counterparts, not to mention significantly more customizable. One might think these benefits come at a cost, but these synthetic diamonds retail at 35% less than those traditionally mined stones.

It’s worth repeating. Though the quality and price point of Adamas One’s synthetic diamonds alone are impressive, the company also provides an ethical alternative for those looking to distance themselves from the “blood diamond” market, which is embroiled in bloody conflicts and ecological disasters.

While that alone is enough to inspire interest in Adamas One, the fact that they expect to sell millions worth of its creations by the end of 2022 is the driving factor to keep Adamas One on your investment radar. It’s an investment with extraordinary potential to shine bright in a growth stock portfolio.

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