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Based in Canada
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Velocity Minerals Ltd. is a Canada-based mineral exploration company. The Company is engaged in the business of acquiring, exploring, and evaluating mineral resource properties in Bulgaria. The Company has a 70% interest in the Tintyava property, which includes the Rozino gold project; a 70% interest in the Momchil property, which includes the Obichnik gold project, and a 100% interest in the Iglika property. The Company also has an option agreement to earn a 70% interest in the Makedontsi gold project. The Rozino project lies within the municipality of Ivaylovgrad in southeast Bulgaria, approximately 350 kilometers (km) by road east-southeast of the capital, Sofia, and 85 km by road from Gorubso's gold processing plant. The Obichnik project is located in southeast Bulgaria, approximately 25 km by road from Gorubso's gold processing plant. The Makedontsi deposit is located in southeast Bulgaria, approximately 10km by road from Gorubso Kardzhali A.D.’s gold processing plant.

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Elizabeth Warren asks SEC to investigate Trump media company

3:17 pm ET November 18, 2021 (MarketWatch)

By Chris Matthews

Massachusetts Democrat accuses company of misleading investors

Investors have soured somewhat on Donald Trump's new media company, and if Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren gets her way, a new federal investigation into Trump Media & Technology Group could put further pressure on its stock price.

The company, which has plans to take on social media giants Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR) with a new app called Truth Social, was taken public via a SPAC merger with Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DWAC) last month, after which investors bid up the stock from $10 a share to more than $90 in two days.

Since that time, DWAC shares have steadily marched lower to about $55, still impressively higher than it's debut price, especially for a company that has provided little information on its finances or business plan.

But the company could have fresh trouble on its hands after Warren, a Democrat, and former Harvard Law professor, called on the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether it "committed securities violations by holding private and undisclosed discussions about the merger...while omitting this information in U.S. Securities and Exchange filings and other public statements," according to a letter she sent to SEC Chairman Gary Gensler Thursday.

"The reports about DWAC and Trump Media and Technology Group appear to be a textbook example of a SPAC misleading shareholders and the public about materially important information," Warren wrote.

She added that SPACs are supposed to disclose any communication with potential target companies to protect both the early investors in the SPAC deal and retail investors who purchase shares on public markets.

The SEC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Warren pointed to an October New York Times story which cited unnamed sources saying that DWAC Chairman and CEO Patrick Orlando had begun discussing a deal with Trump in March before DWAC went public. The company filed with the SEC between May and September of 2021 that it hadn't engaged in any "substantive discussions" with any merger target.

"This omission had the result of enriching big investors while trapping retail investors in a stock bubble," Warren wrote.

The Massachusetts Democrat also took exception to the fact that Trump Media and Technology Group has given few details about its financials or business plan.

"The lack of a core business model for Trump Media and Technology Group also raises questions about the extent to which DWAC may be profiteering off the SPAC model and its inherent disclosure failures," Warren wrote.

"A corporate overview of the Trump Media and Technology Group fails to list any officers, employees, or operations, instead relying on the brand of former President Trump and aspirational statements about the company's ability to compete with existing social media giants, the traditional news media, and streaming services, including Netflix (NFLX) and Disney Plus (DIS)."

-Chris Matthews


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