The 19th century was an adventurous age. Several brave men travelled to the distant
corners of the world, seeking gold and wealth. These events were called the gold
rushes. When one got lucky enough to actually strike gold, others followed seeking
their own fortune. The first few to discover the gold mines became moguls overnight.
And around the sites of these discoveries, these few great individuals forged great
cities like San Francisco and Johannesburg.
Gold rushes don't happen anymore. But we still build cities. And though striking
gold literally is not common news today, the development happening in these ever-growing
cities presents golden opportunities to make a fortune. But only for the fortunate
few who act early!