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Reyna Gold (TSXV:REYG) reports multiple high-grade sample results from the first La Gloria sampling program
Reyna Gold (REYG) has announced multiple high-grade gold sample results from a surface and trench sampling program at its La Gloria Property in Sonora, Mexico. A total of 1,252 samples results have been received with an initial focus on the Main Zone area where drilling will commence in February 2022. CEO Michael Wood sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results, share news of the company's TSX Venture listing, and highlight what lies ahead for Reyna Gold.
Universal Ibogaine (TSXV:IBO) announces change in leadership
Universal Ibogaine (IBO) has appointed Nick Karos as CEO on an interim basis, effective immediately. Mr. Karos is based in Los Angeles, USA, and is a seasoned financier. His career includes senior roles with several US investment banks and most recently as CEO of Private Trading Group, which has provided business development and capital raising services for several successful start-up ventures. Nick Karos sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the appointment.
Newrange Gold (TSXV:NRG) releases sampling results from Nevada
NewRange (NRG) has sampled up to 47.34 g/t gold from its Pamlico Project in Nevada. The findings from the mapping and sampling program indicate widespread gold mineralization in the project's historic Central Mine. A total of 55 of 67 samples returned gold values greater than 0.1 g/t gold, 29 were greater than 1 g/t gold and 13 assayed more than 5 g/t gold. President and CEO Robert Archer spoke with Caroline Egan about the results.
Fabled Copper (CSE:FABL) announces initial results of surface work on the Muskwa Copper Project
Fabled Copper (FABL) has announced the first results of 2021 surface field work on its Muskwa Copper Project in Northwestern British Columbia. Of the 16 surface samples collected, 5 reported greater than 10 per cent copper and 2 reported greater than 20 per cent copper (1 per cent copper = 22.20 pounds). Peter J Hawley, President and CEO sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results.
Fandom Sports (CSE:FDM) launches peer-to-peer sports wagering platform
Fandom Sports (FDM) has launched its peer-to-peer (P2P) sports wagering platform after receiving approval to provide Skrill and Neteller payment services. Wagering customers are now able to fund their accounts to facilitate P2P wagering on Esports and sports. The platform is fully integrated with payment solutions and the company's banking partners. Fandom Sports CEO and President David Vinokurov sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the launch.
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