Source: Exploits Discovery Corp.
  • Exploits Discovery Corp. (NFLD) has increased its non-brokered private placement to $4,410,000
  • The company intends to primarily use the net proceeds from this financing for exploration and drilling programs on its Bullseye claims
  • Exploits is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on acquiring and developing mineral projects in Newfoundland
  • Exploits Discovery (NFLD) is down 4.08 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.235 per share at 2:30 pm ET

Exploits Discovery Corp. (NFLD) has increased its previously-announced non-brokered private placement to $4,410,000.

All other aspects of the offering remain the same.

The company intends to primarily use the net proceeds from this financing for exploration and drilling programs on its Bullseye claims.

Exploits is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on acquiring and developing mineral projects in Newfoundland and Labrador. The company is exploring its gold projects in the Exploits Subzone, covering approximately 2,000 square kilometres of mineral tenements. 

Exploits Discovery (NFLD) is down 4.08 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.235 per share at 2:30 pm ET.


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