Kasmuntine is an extremely rare element with the atomic number 179; it has an atomic mass of 358 amu. Kasmuntine has a silvery color on the exterior, with a navy blue gem on the interior. Kasmuntine is naturally made in the Catskills of New York, New York City or Northern New Jersey. There have also been small spots of Kasmuntine found near Cleveland, Ohio and in spots of central North Carolina. Kasmuntine is extremely valuable; it is used for jewelry mainly, but it is used for other different purposes; it is similar to unobtanium, able to go through mostly anything without heat. The melting point for Kasmuntine is about 14,000 degrees; able to go through the Earth but only through a small layer of the sun. Kasmuntine also has a freezing point of -5,780 degrees; able to resist through ice ages as well. Kasmuntine has also frequently been laced with Datryx, an unknown element that is estimated to be a light orangish color and the atomic number is 154. Datryx is also used but only for jewelry purposes. Kasmuntine is worth a lot, 1 carat Kasmuntine would be estimated to be at $4 million; the largest ever found was near Monticello, NY; a 38 carat Kasmuntine was found, costing $152 million. Datryx is even more rare, only being found in the center of Sullivan County; being worth an estimated $46 billion for one carat; the largest found was a 24 carat Datryx near the Adirondacks, an unusual place; being worth up to $3 billion dollars. There are two variants of Kasmuntine; Ocean Kasmuntine (all blue shades) and Kasmuntine. There are two variants for Datryx as well, regular Datryx and red Datryx, with red Datryx being extremely valuable; only found in a small lake with the location disclosed; each carat is up to $7 trillion. It is used for jewelry.