Brazil Minerals, Inc. Strikes Gold in the Paracatu Project
Marc Fogassa, CEO of the Company, commented, “We’re extremely pleased by these early results. Our multifactorial analysis had predicted a high probability for gold in this mineral right, and now drilling has confirmed it. It bodes well for the methodology of our group with respect to adding high potential claims to our asset base.”
The senior geologist on the Paracatu Project is Rodrigo Britto Mello, who has been with Jupiter Gold since October 2016. Mr. Mello has worked for some of the largest gold companies in the world such as Goldcorp, AngloGold, and AngloAmerican. He has written 19 geological reports, mostly on gold formations in Brazil. In a filing with the SEC, Goldcorp Inc., a large multinational global mining company, referred to Mr. Mello as “the qualified person responsible for the Mineral Reserve and Resource estimates for the Amapari mine” (note: Amapari is a large gold mine project in Brazil).
Photographs of the Paracatu Project drilling campaign and material retrieved follow:
BMIX Mineral Bank:
Gold: 119,989 acres
Diamond (kimberlites): 92,961 acres
Diamond (alluvial): 27,612 acres
Cobalt/Copper/Nickel: 5,011 acres
Iron/Titanium/Vanadium: 4,938 acres
Lithium: 288 acres
Manganese: 4,970 acres
Aquamarine/Beryl/Tourmaline: 288 acres
Sand (construction industry): 4,995 acres
About Brazil Minerals, Inc.
Brazil Minerals, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, has a business model focused on: 1) mining specific areas for gold and diamonds, and 2) generating projects from its portfolio of high quality mineral rights for transactions leading to royalties and/or equity positions. Our first equity holdings from such strategy is a 55.4% ownership in Jupiter Gold Corporation. More information on Brazil Minerals is at www.brazil-minerals.com. Follow us on Twitter: @BMIXstock.
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Marc Fogassa, CEO
Brazil Minerals Inc.