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TSX.V: USCM

0.070
Change -0.02 Volume 90.00
High 0.07 52 Week High 0.28
Low 0.07 52 Week Low 0.02

OTC: USCMF

0.046
Change 0.00 Volume 14,000.00
High 0.05 52 Week High 0.20
Low 0.05 52 Week Low 0.04

Company Highlights

US Critical Metals Corp. brings together a strategic portfolio

of projects in the US, management team and board with

decades of experience, and a strong capital position.

Focused

on net benefits to stakeholders (ESG)

Optimal

US mining jurisdictions:
Nevada – Montana – Idaho

Opportune

timing for critical metals (supply vs demand)

Strategically

located assets in the USA (security of supply). Asset optionality and expansion opportunities

Qualified

team of professionals with track record of success (financial, technical & managerial expertise)

Signifigant

industry consolidation & insider ownership. Insiders hold ~40% of outstanding common shares

1 – Fraser Institute Annual: Survey of Mining Companies (2020)

Financial Structure

USCM has a tight financing structure with
significant insider ownership equal to ~30% of issued and outstanding common shares.

Fully Diluted

115.1

Basic Common Shares

60.7

27.5M common shares subject
to 3-year escrow.

CASH ($M) 3

2.6

Sufficient current capital to reach
important project milestone.

3 –  Reported as at December 31, 2022 (does not include proceeds from recently completed $2.5 million brokered financing)

BASIC MARKET CAPITALIZATION ($M) 2

14.3

Attractive market capitalization to
comparable companies.

2 – Market capitalization as at March 31, 2023.

OPTIONS,WARRANTS,
& RSUS 1

54.1

~$15.2 Million additional capital upon exercise of warrants
(when in-the-money).

1 – 3.0 million options at $0.35, 1.4 million RSUs, 7.1 million warrants at $0.55, 17.6 million warrants at $0.50 and 25 million warrants at $0.10 (subject to 3-year lock up)

US Government Support

01

Implementation of the Inflation Reduction Act1

Administration’s key climate policy.

Seeks to reduce foreign dependence on supply chain for processing and related technologies.

$369 Billion in Energy Security and Climate Change programs over the next ten years.

1 – McKinsey & Company: Inflation Reduction Act: Here’s what’s in it (2022)

02

Implementation of the Rare Earth Elements
& Critical Minerals Act2

Increase support for mining of
minerals in US.

Encourage private industry investments in innovation and technology.

Expedite project and environmental permitting.

2 – Congressional Research Service: An Overview of Rare Earth Elements and Related Issues for Congress (2020)

Critical Metals & REE in US

Administration

Concerns about foreign dependence of critical minerals (i.e. China)1. Largely bipartisan support.

1 – Lithium & Cobalt Commodity Briefing Services (CBS) Report, S&P Global (February 2023)

Supply

Sources and processing not aligned with US interests and demand1

1 – Lithium & Cobalt Commodity Briefing Services (CBS) Report, S&P Global (February 2023)

Lack

Of critical metals and rare
earth supply declared as
national state of emergency.

FOX News

“Reliance on China for critical metals is being ignored”

CNN

“A shortage of these metals could make the climate crisis worse”

FORBES

“China And Russia Make Critical Mineral
Grabs in Africa while the U.S. Snoozes”