Scottsdale Mint Comes to Casper

Dated: April 29 2022

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 There's been a lot of buzz about the Scottsdale Mint moving into the Star Tribune building-- and who wouldn't be chatting about the big move that's going to be deeply-rooting several companies and up to 100 jobs here in Casper?

 The gold and silver products that Scottsdale Mint produces aren't just for show; there are several countries who have their currency printed through them, and most buillon retailers source their provisions directly through them as well. They offer printed coins, unique designs, and nuggets stamped with their purity and weight, each in your choice of gold, silver, or both. In addition to their polished selection, they offer purchase via cryptocurrency so you can scale and diversify your portfolio investments with ease.

 Wyoming is one of the most cryptocurrency-friendly states in the nation, which happened to be one of the deciding factors for Scottsdale Mint to elect Casper as their new home. Owner Josh Phair had connected with commercial brokers in Texas, Florida, South Dakota, Arizona, and Wyoming-- ultimately choosing our office after learning more about what we do and who we are, and how our integrous process aligns with his goals. While crypto will not be actively mined in the new facility, Josh claims they will have Stakewire Asset Management out of Cheyenne handling their cryptocurrencies.

 In case you've been wondering what exactly Mr. Phair and company will be doing with the near-50,000 square-foot building, plans were unveiled April 21st during a polished event at Three Crowns Golf Club, during which renderings of the future face of the building were on display, showcasing an illuminated avenue lined with flags from around the world enticing you to step toward the grandeur building that stands as a highly-refined image of what it once was. If you scan their site and F.A.Q., you see folks asking about tours, so don't mind if I personally speculate on their specific reasoning for having a more conspicuous and attractive design than their home facility.

 Mr. Phair has been an absolute pleasure to work with, and we are proud to welcome him and his beautiful family to our incredible community! If you happen to bump into Josh, you'll find him to be of truly amicable manner, and of excellent taste-- hence his selection of the Star-Tribune concrete fortress for his precious metal forge.

 You can catch all the details from among the several articles that have been published about this powerful acquisition from the links below. We're grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of this transaction, and especially thankful to Josh and his family for joining us in making Wyoming a truly wonderful state to proudly reside in.

Casper Star-Tribune

Oil City News

6Park News

Scottsdale Mint

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