Mission Mining Acquires Nevada Gold Star Mine Holding Over $725 Billion in Gold and Silver Reserves

Mission Mining Company is a US Gold and Silver Mining company. The Company posted over $400 Million in total assets in its most recent 3rd Qtr Financials on OTC Pink Sheets. Mission Mining Company has acquired 100% ownership in the Gold Star Mine, a major gold mining property in western Nevada holding over $725 billion in estimated gold and silver in-ground reserves.

This is a juggernaut mining property that promises to be a cornerstone development project under which Mission Mining plans to pursue the mining and production of gold and silver ores. The Company has expanded its business model to focus on the acquisition and development of large US gold and silver mining properties.

The Gold Star Mine is a large, desert placer mining property in Esmeralda County, Nevada, near the town of Goldfield. It is comprised of six U.S. Bureau of Land Management claims making up 960 acres of total land area. The property has been drilled and tested by professional geologists and mining geological companies. The most recent geological valuation of the property was completed in 2010. Based on this report, the estimated combined gold and silver resources are as follows:

Measured Reserves – 69 Million Tons – Valued at $39.3 Billion
Indicated Reserves – 743 Million Tons – Valued at $423.5 Billion
Inferred Reserves – 465 Million Tons – Valued at $265.0 Billion 

Total Estimated Reserves – 727.8 $Billion* 

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About Mission Mining

US Gold and Silver Mining - Our Nevada & California mining properties are anticipated to hold extremely large precious metals resources. The Company has posted over $400 Million in Assets in its OTC Filings. Come join us!
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