BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL–(April 13, 2017) – Jupiter Gold Corporation (“Jupiter Gold” or the “Company”) is a new Brazil-focused gold company. Yesterday, Jupiter Gold, through its local subsidiary, received from the Brazilian mining department, Departamento Nacional de Produção Mineral (“DNPM”), the exploration permit (“Alvará de Pesquisa”) for the mineral right designated by the number 831.942/2016 in DNPM’s database. The exploration permit awarded is through 04/17/2020, which is the deadline for Jupiter Gold to submit a research report on this mineral right to DNPM. However, under certain circumstances, Jupiter Gold may apply for an extension of up to an additional three years (until 2023) if it needs time for further research. An approved research report by DNPM is a necessary step to a commercial mining license.

Mineral right DNPM 831.942/2016 crosses into the municipalities of Dionisio, Marliéria, e São Domingos do Prata, all in the state of Minas Gerais, in Brazil, and has a surface area of 1,889.51 hectares (approximately 4,669 acres). These municipalities are within the greater Itabira area. Itabira is a city with 108,000 people, and is part of the “Quadrilátero Ferrífero” (Iron Quadrangle), roughly a geographical quadrangle in shape with the largest iron mines in Brazil and underground gold mines.

Geological formations in the Iron Quadrangle are rich and highly complex; gold mines usually begin as open-sky alluvial operations and later advance underground following primary gold deposits. Several companies have operated gold mines within the Iron Quadrangle, notably AngloGold Ashanti and Jaguar Mining. Although a hired expert indicated potential in this claim, confirmatory geological research has not been performed as of yet.

Industry Guide 7 Compliance

We note that that as of now this property is without known reserves, according to such the definition under the SEC’s Industry Guide 7. In further compliance with Industry Guide 7, we state that our proposed program for this area is exploratory in nature.

About Jupiter Gold Corporation

Jupiter Gold Corporation (“Jupiter Gold”) is focused on gold projects in Brazil. More information on Jupiter Gold is at www.jupitergoldcorp.com.

Safe Harbor Statement

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Marc Fogassa

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Jupiter Gold Corporation

(213) 590-2500