Vancouver, British Columbia – July 12th, 2021: ALTAIR RESOURCES INC. (“ALTAIR” or the Company”) (TSX-V: AVX; Germany FRA: 90A; ISIN: CA02137W2004; WKN: WKN A2ALMP)
Mr. George S. Young, Chairman & CEO is pleased to announce that further to the Company’s press release of July 12th announcing an acquisition of gold properties in Eastern and Central Kazakhstan the part and parcel financing to fund initial acquisition costs of the properties has been increased from 20 million units to 25 million units. Altair will issue 25,000,000 units at $0.11 per unit with each unit comprising a share and a warrant. Each warrant is exercisable at a price $0.18 for a term of one year from closing.
About Altair Resources Inc.
Altair is a gold and precious metals exploration company. Altair recently announced the signing of a binding agreement for the purchase of the Marbera 2 permits in Burkina Faso, hosting historic resources of over 1.3 million ounces of gold as shown by over 387,000 meters of drilling and 294,000 samples.
Altair also has rights to acquire a 65-per-cent interest in the Simon gold and silver property located in the state of Nevada. A past producer, the Simon property presents an excellent opportunity for adding value, employing low-cost exploration activities to identify prime drilling sites in six anomalous zones previously identified with gold, silver and copper mineralization. The Simon property lies within the region that hosts the prolific Tonopah district, the Round Mountain gold mine and numerous other successful mining projects.
Altair is also continuing with its consideration and negotiations on other properties. The company is evaluating the potential to acquire producing precious-metal and non-ferrous metal opportunities in North and South America and Africa, in addition to Kazakhstan and Central Asia.
For further information:
George S. Young
Chairman, CEO, Altair Resources Inc.
+1 (806) 886- 3317 [email protected], www.altairresources.com
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