Atomic Minerals Amends Price of Previously Granted Stock Options

January 4, 2024

Atomic Minerals Corp.


Atomic Minerals Corp. announces that it has re-priced a total of 620,000 outstanding stock options to $0.09 per share of which 280,000 (granted to Insiders) shall require disinterested shareholders’ approval at the Company’s upcoming Annual General and Special Meeting to be held on February 21, 2024.

All other terms of the Stock Option Agreements remain unchanged and none of the options subject to re-pricing may be exercised until disinterested shareholder and/or TSX Venture Exchange approval has been obtained.

About the Company

Atomic Minerals Corp. is a publicly listed exploration company on the TSX Venture Exchange, trading under the symbol ATOM, led by a highly skilled management and technical team with a proven track record in the junior mining sector. Atomic Minerals’ objective is to identify exploration opportunities in regions that have been previously overlooked but are geologically similar to those with previous uranium discoveries. These underexplored areas hold immense potential and are in stable geopolitical and economic environments.

Atomic Minerals’ property portfolio contains uranium projects in two locations within the continental United States, both of which have significant technical merit and are known for hosting uranium production in the past. Three of the properties are located on the Colorado Plateau, an area which has previously produced 597 million pounds of U3O8; The other three are in the prolific Athabasca region in Saskatchewan, Canada.


“Clive Massey”
Clive H. Massey
President & CEO

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