•Operates in Ghana, Africa's largest and safest gold producer;
•Explores for high grade high margin & low CAPEX gold projects;
•Has an experienced and skilled team - members that have managed Ghana's largest underground mine and individually developed some 24Moz of gold resources and reserves;
•Is committed to environmental and social excellence, utilizing new green mining technology whenever possible.
Join with us in the new 2021 super bull gold market.
•Current NI43-101 resources in the ground: Measured and Indicated 1.32Mt @ 5.48 g/t for 233,000oz; and Inferred 0.67Mt @ 5.31 g/t for 115,000 oz Au;
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Eagle top power symbol (sword handle) The name in the Akan language for these swords is "afenatene" which literally means "long sword". The golden eagle is a symbol of the Chief's supreme power and is carried by only the most powerful chiefs
Since ancient times, owning gold has been synonymous with wealth preservation. Gold, and other precious metals, are money and everything else just leveraged derivatives.
The global economy is in trouble because of the Corona Virus COVID pandemic, international trade wars and massive amounts of un-payable sovereign, corporate and private debt that have been built up over the last 50 years. Fiat currency is now so devalued and over printed that it cannot pay a 'market' yield - and trillions of $$ of Government bonds now have negative yields. This has forced investors to seek higher, riskier yields - and the big boards have responded with sharp gains. But the exit from that trade promises to be messy for most. What tsunami will take down the DOW S&P and NASDAQ bubbles and drive investors to the stability of gold?
We believe it's time to diversify into gold and gold juniors with gold resources in the ground. Learn More about Gold
ECO Exploration & Development
At Asante Gold, we value protecting the environment. As such, we plan to develop our gold projects in a safe and environmentally sustainable way.
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