What are the three types of certified gold resources and how do they differ?

The classification of certified gold resources into Measured, Indicated, and Inferred categories provides a structured approach to understanding the probability of quantifiable gold existence. This system allows for:

Measured Resources: These represent the highest certainty regarding the quantity and quality of gold, based on detailed and reliable exploration data.

Indicated Resources: These offer a moderate level of certainty, with enough exploration to assume the continuity of mineralization but less detail than measured resources.

Inferred Resources: These have the lowest level of certainty, based on limited data, suggesting the presence of gold with the least precision.

This distinction emphasizes the progression from speculative estimates to highly reliable quantifications as exploration advances, aligning with NatGold’s tokenization model that values the quantification of gold resources without necessitating physical extraction.

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