Klondike Gold Corp (CVE:KG) (OTCPINK:KDKGF) said it had upsized a previously announced private placing to C$3.8 million and brought in around C$1.55 million from closing the first tranche.
The explorer said it aims to use the proceeds of the financing to continue advancing its Yukon properties, as well as for general working capital.
In the first tranche, Klondike issued 2,600,702 flow-through units at C$0.30 each, comprising of 2,600,702 common shares which are "flow through" shares for Canadian income tax purposes and 1,300,351 warrants.
Now the firm has also issued a further 3.1 million non-flow-through units at C$0.25 each, which comprises 3.1 million shares and 1.55 million warrants.
All warrants issued under the first tranche are exercisable at C$0.45 each until September 25, 2022, it said, and are subject to an acceleration right if the company's share price on the TSX Venture Exchange is equal to or greater than C$0.60 for 10 consecutive trading days.
Klondike is a Vancouver-headquartered gold exploration company advancing its wholly-owned Klondike District gold project in Dawson City, Yukon.
The company's property covers 557 square kilometres and houses 2,942 claims, from which 20 million ounces of the yellow metal have been recovered from gravel beds since 1896, yet no underground mine has ever been built.
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