The company's CEO Bryce Bradley said the move was timely for the microcap company, which is looking to advance its Fiji gold and base metals projects.
"By trading on the OTCQB, we've gained immediate access to a more expansive capital pool while providing our current and future shareholders, particularly those residing in the United States, easier trading flexibility and accessibility to Thunderstruck's common shares," Bradley said.
"The growth of our company necessitates that we facilitate easier trading amongst our substantial US and Canadian shareholdings."
Thunderstruck is capitalised on the TSXV at about C$3.6 million. Its current trading price of C7c is well off the 12c highs reached in March this year.