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Mining Global, Inc. to Hire Attorney to Remove DTC Chill

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SOURCE Mining Global, Inc.

WICKENBURG, Ariz., June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mining Global, Inc. (OTC Pink: YTRV) announced today that it is in it's the final stages of engaging a legal firm highly experienced with the removal of DTC Chills. The name of legal firm will be announced after the engagement is complete.

"This is just one more positive development in the new phase of Mining Global, Inc." said Chief Executive Officer Joel J. Natario of Mining Global, Inc. He says further: "Once the DTC Chill has been removed, trading activity in our stock will be unhampered and we expect our stock to reach new heights as a result."

Disclosures can be found on the Company's online disclosure portal at: http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/YTRV/filings

About Mining Global Inc.

Mining Global's objective is to build and operate world-class mines and develop a robust portfolio of assets in North America with the focus on organic growth and early stage acquisitions. The exceptional experience and strength of Mining Global's management team, combined with the excellent infrastructure and robust economics of the Arizona mining industry, sets Mining Global to become a leading Gold development and mining company.

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