GS Mining, Inc.
Reopening The Richest Square Mile On Earth
Date & Time:
September 17, 12:00 PM EDT /9:00 AM PDT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
About the Event:
Shortly after it was first discovered in the 1859, the Bates Hunter Mine was dubbed “The Richest Square Mile on Earth,” and in just a few short decades, 4 million ounces of gold had been extracted from the mine. Though it was shuttered in 1939, plenty of gold still remained.
GS Mining has reopened the mine and using the latest technologies and environmental practices, GS Mining will be able to affordably and responsibly extract extract the 1 to 3 million ounces of gold still below ground. Test drillings have found rich veins of gold and the company is now raising capital to put the mine into full production.
Join GS Mining CEO, Stephen D. King as he talks about the history of the mine, their unique mining methods, and the potential for investors to own shares in this historic mine via blockchain-based tokens.
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