Aztec Minerals: A Cashed Up Junior Miner – The Daily Dive
For the final episode of the Daily Dive this week, our host sits down with Simon Dyakowski, President and CEO of Aztec Minerals (TSXV: AZT). Within, Simon gives us an overview of the company (0:52) and his take on Michael Saylor’s comments regarding bitcoin versus gold (1:34). He also discusses the company’s elephant hunting strategy (3:17), the recent drill results from its Tombstone project (4:12), the plans for the proceeds from its latest private placement (6:13), and what to look out for in the company’s pipeline (7:21).
Aztec Minerals is a mining company whose core asset is the Cervantes porphyry gold-copper property in Sonora, Mexico. The firm also holds a 75% interest on the Tombstone district with both bulk tonnage epithermal gold-silver as well as high grade CRD silver-lead-zinc potential in Cochise County, Arizona.
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