Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - January 14, 2019) - Meryllion Resources Corporation (CSE: MYR), ("Meryllion" or the "Corporation") announced today that the Corporation has entered into several debt settlement agreements where the Corporation will issue Thirteen Million, One Hundred and Ten Thousand ("13,110,000") Common Shares at a deemed price of Two Cents ("$0.02") CDN per Common Share, to settle Two Hundred and Sixty-Two Thousand, Two Hundred Dollars ("$262,200.00") CDN of debt due to multiple creditors. The shares issued to complete the settlement agreements will not result in a change of control. Upon completion of the issuance of the 13,110,000 Common Shares, the Corporation will have 67,598,420 Common Shares issued and outstanding. After the issuance, the Corporation will have very minimal debt left on its balance sheet.

For further information please contact:

Mr. Paul Haber
Interim CEO & Director
Meryllion Resources Corp.
T: (416) 363-3833

Mr. Frank Kordy
Interim CFO & Secretary
Meryllion Resources Corp.
T: (647) 466-4037

Forward-Looking Statements
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