Corporate Update

Bullfrog Gold Corporation's corporate profileBullfrog Gold Corp. is a US based gold and silver exploration company with a commanding land and mineral position in the Bullfrog mine area 4 miles west of Beatty, Nevada. The Company is listed on the OTCQB as “BFGC” and is led by highly experienced executive and technical teams with proven track records of success in new discoveries, project feasibility, mine and process engineering, corporate development and capital funding for exploration, development and production projects.

The following is the NI 43-101 Technical Report that estimates mineralization at the Bullfrog Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada effective August 9, 2017

Bullfrog Gold Corp President & CEO David Beling talks about important things investors should know about, what makes the company unique, and near-term milestones to watch out for in this March 2019 PDAC interview with Investing News Network http://investingnews.com/

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Bullfrog Gold Project, Nevada

The Bullfrog Gold Project is located in the prolific Walker Trend about 120 miles NW of Las Vegas, Nevada and has excellent infrastructure. Barrick Gold Corp. produced 2.1 million ounces of gold during the 1990’s from the main Bullfrog open pit, the northern one third of which is now controlled by the Company. The Company’s lands also include the entire Montgomery-Shoshone (M-S) deposit, from which Barrick produced an additional 220,000 ounces of gold. The M-S area also produced 70,000 ounces averaging 0.47 gold ounce per ton from underground mining operations in the early 1900’s.

In October 2014 the Company executed an option to purchase 12 strategic patented claims located adjacent to the Company’s lands and that include the north-east half of the M-S open pit mine. In March 2015 the Company exercised a lease/option to purchase 6 patented claims, 20 unpatented claims and 8 mill site claims from Barrick Bullfrog Inc. The Company also acquired other lands and now controls 5,250 acres of mineral rights in the Bullfrog mine area.