A new junior mining exploration company with projects in Nevada began trading on the TSC Venture Exchange on June 10.
Vancouver-based Infield Minerals Corp. began trading as INFD on the Canadian stock exchange approximately two years after its incorporation.
Although the company is new, having been incorporated in March 2019, Infield Minerals founder, director, president and chief executive officer Evandra Nakano said the company was “on an incredible growth path.”
Over the past two years, Infield Minerals has achieved junior explorer status, built management and technical teams, started trading on the stock exchange and expanded its portfolio of projects.
Infield Minerals projects are concentrated in Nevada.
“Nevada is one of the best mining jurisdictions in the world,” Nakano said in an email. “It benefits from a rich mining history, a well-established regulatory environment, excellent infrastructure, a skilled workforce and an unparalleled endowment of precious metals. “
The “Mercury One” or M1 gold and silver project is located in White Pine County, and Infield Minerals has a three-year option agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the project.
“After searching around the world for over a year for the right assets to launch Infield, the company opted for the M1 property in Nevada in June 2020,” said Nakano.