Ice Cold Gold - Season 2. Watch the new episodes here!

Article published on March 31, 2014. Written & compiled by admin. An Animal Planet production.

The first season of ICE COLD GOLD was but a glimpse of Greenland's power and potential. This season, the threats and rewards are multiplied.  Nothing about Greenland is implied; a new world is about to be defined. In the ruby-packed second season of ICE COLD GOLD, our spirited team of American miners returns to the most remote mining location on the planet with its eyes on a prize. With possibly the world's largest ruby in the Arctic glinting within reach, Sixty Degree Resources stretches the logistical challenge of returning to its deposit to life-threatening, thin extremes.

Season premiere – Our complete hardware kit for the Minelab GPX-Series metal detector.

Article published on March 28, 2014. Written & compiled by admin.

For the first time we are able to present a custom made kit specially for the owners of a Minelab GPX machine. The kit is fully compatible with the Minelab GPX-4000, 4500, 4800 and 5000 models.

This package features a control box cover, a powerful booster with built-in speaker and headphone output (aka RJ-1) and a high capacity rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery complete with an universal charger both for mains (110-240V) and vehicle use (12V) (see pictures).

Mysterious ring found 30 years ago. Who can help me identify this object?

Article published on March 9, 2014. Written & compiled by admin.

The ring shown here was found some 30 years ago in the North-East region of Belgium (see map) .I can’t remember the exact location where I found it (blame my memory). All I know is that it was buried in a sandy soil with lots of pines wood. No other objects were found aside. I might have been an accidentally loss by somebody who was wearing it.

Bering Sea Gold - The Complete Season 3. Watch it here!

Article published on February 19, 2014. Written & compiled by admin. A Discovery Communication Production.

In the frontier town of Nome, Alaska, there's a gold rush on. But you've never seen gold mining like this before — here, the precious metal isn't found in the ground. It's sitting in the most unlikely of places: the bottom of the frigid, unpredictable Bering Sea. And there are a handful of people willing to risk it all to bring it to the surface.

For two million years, glaciers have been melting into the Bering Sea and depositing sediments rich with gold into its waters. As Nome's ice pack melts during the summer, the isolated, ramshackle town of eccentrics and outcasts booms with excitement as pioneer gold seekers rush to get out onto the water. Miners dive and dredge to scour the bottom of the sea from custom built, barely seaworthy rigs — in a race to haul in as much gold as possible before the waters become too frigid to dive.