Digital gold currency
Digital gold currency (or DGC) is a form of electronic money based on ounces of gold. It is a kind of representative money, like a US paper gold certificate at the time (from 1873 to 1933) that these ...
London Gold Exchange
London Gold Exchange was a digital currency exchanger founded in 2001. The London Gold Exchange was owned by LGE International LTD., an offshore company registered in Belize, with offices in London,...
London Gold Exchange - Wikipedia
E-Bullion
e-Bullion was an Internet-based digital gold currency founded by Jim and Pamela Fayed of Moorpark, California, as part of their Goldfinger Coin & Bullion group of companies. The company was incorp...
Gold Age
Gold Age was a digital currency exchanger and one of the first independent e-gold exchangers. Gold Age was a registered legal corporate entity of Panama. Gold Age launched in 1999 and closed down by r...
1mdc
1mdc was a digital gold currency (DGC), originally founded in 2001. Similar to other DGCs, 1mdc allowed for the instant electronic transfer of gold between user accounts. Unlike other DGC providers, 1...
Gold gram
A gold gram is the amount of value represented by exactly one gram of gold. It is a unit of account frequently used for digital gold currencies. It is sometimes denoted by the symbol "gg", "AUG", or "...
Vera valor
The Vera Valor is a dual digital and physical gold currency of one troy ounce with no face value other than that of one ounce of "four nine" purity fine gold. The reverse side of the coin is particula...
Vera valor - Wikipedia
Digital currency exchanger
Digital currency exchangers (DCEs) or Bitcoin exchanges are businesses that allow customers to trade digital currencies for other assets, such as conventional fiat money, or different digital currenci...
E-gold
e-gold® was a digital gold currency operated by Gold & Silver Reserve Inc. (G&SR) under e-gold Ltd. that allowed users to open an account on their web site denominated in grams of gold (or oth...