Gold in tech
Yesterday’s Status Symbol Is Tomorrow’s
Most Critical Technology Component
President, F3 Gold
Gold is more than a status symbol. Gold is an important material that multiple industries rely on and it continues to be a critical mineral for technology and innovation. On top of its rarity, gold’s unique physical properties enhance its material value and significance beyond that of a currency or investment-based asset. Gold is a key ingredient in nearly all of the critical technology sectors in the U.S. economy.
Technological Innovation Is Key to Meeting Future Challenges
Gold is a key element, mineral, and commodity for the future! While F3 Gold is specifically focused on gold exploration, our Big Rock team is involved in a wide variety of gold projects, ranging from inception to production. As a key element in new age technology, gold presents a new type of value beyond standard currency
backing and commodity hedging. While gold continues to be rare and beautiful, it is also a key ingredient of our future.
Gold has historically been desired throughout the world as a luxurious status symbol, but its status is now mission critical for tomorrow’s technical innovations that will shape human life and modern society. Gold is also very rare, found at a relative abundance of only 0.004 parts per million in Earth’s crust.
With the combination of gold’s rarity, a lack of recycling, and the amount of gold required for the critical components necessary for future technology and innovations, gold is becoming a key ingredient for the future of our society.
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