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History of Gold Mining

Gold has been mined and prized for centuries because of its color and beauty. Though modern uses of gold have evolved, it’s still very valuable.


Gold as Jewelry

Gold is prized by jewelers because it’s very malleable. Gold is also used in electronics because of its conductivity and for medical purposes.


Refining Gold

The refining process of gold has become streamlined and efficient. Gold is melted and impurities are removed using chemical processes.


Gold in the Future

Gold will continue to be a relevant metal as long as reserve supplies last and new deposits can be found. Mining and refining processes are becoming more efficient.