Nevada's Newest and Fastest Growing Gold Miner
There’s no shortage of demand for gold. This precious metal has appreciated by over 55 percent over the past five years alone. So, what options do you have when it comes to investing in gold’s growth story? One of the best opportunities is investing in gold exploration, mining, and production companies.
And when it comes to gold, few regions compare to the perfect storm of conditions that exist in Nevada. From proven past-production, large yields, pro-mining regulations, and everything in between — Nevada continues to play a key role in the surging gold markets.
i-80 Gold (TSX:IAU,OTCQX:IAUCF) is Nevada’s newest and fastest-growing gold miner. The company holds a diverse portfolio of assets from exploration to production, offering investors a unique opportunity to stake a claim in multiple sectors of the gold industry through projects that operate in one of the safest mining jurisdictions in the world.
i-80 Gold’s Company Highlights
- i-80 is Nevada’s newest and fastest-growing gold mining company that holds a diverse portfolio of assets, from exploration to production.
- Nevada was ranked by the Fraser Institute as the #1 gold mining jurisdiction in the world due to its combination of geology and development-friendly policy.
- A recent top-up subscription from Equinox Gold for 5.4 million shares brought in over $14 million for i-80, bringing their cash reserves up to $65 million with no debt.
- i-80 holds more than 5 million ounces of gold in reserves and resources in Nevada, with 350,000 ounces in proven and possible reserves, 2.6M measured and indicated resources and 2.3M ounces inferred resources.
- The company has one producing mine and two permitted development-stage assets, all with significant resource upside and expansion potential.
- i-80’s management team has decades of experience in exploration, mine operations, production, M&A and mining entrepreneurship.
- i-80 Gold is now a Nevada-focused growth company with the acquisition of the Ruby Hill Mine from Waterton Nevada Splitter and Waterton Nevada Splitter II and with the previously announced closing of the Lone Tree complex.