Texas Bullion Depository Breaks Ground .
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today that the city of Leander will be the future home of the Texas Bullion Depository.
In the last few months, we have learned of two significant discoveries of gold, both of which were stored in a “secret hiding place” and long forgotten about.
State of Texas Announces U.S. Gold Bureau’s Parent Company Will Operate the Texas Bullion Depository
The first-ever state-administered gold bullion depository in the world. LSTA is the parent company of the U.S. Gold Bureau, one of the nation’s leading tangible assets education and investment firms.
Fort Knox is the commonly used name for the U.S. Bullion Depository located next to the U.S. Army base, whose actual name is Fort Knox.
Texas Lawmakers Propose Creation of Texas Bullion Depository to Guard Against the Federal Government
For years the term Texas gold has typically referred to oil, and the black sludge that originally brought fortune to the state and many of its residents. But if Texas lawmakers have their way, it may soon come to mean precious bullion itself in the modern age.