Frequently Asked Questions
GoldMoney measures gold in terms of grams, called goldgrams®. One goldgram in weight is equal to one gram of gold, but goldgrams are unique because they are grams of gold that circulate for use as currency within GoldMoney. There are 31.1034 grams per troy ounce.
GoldGrams are worth gold's rate of exchange to a particular currency at a given moment. See our Gold, Silver, Platinum or Palladium Market Prices for up-to-the-minute market quotes.
What does it cost to buy precious metals at GoldMoney?
Your metal purchase is based upon the prevailing goldgram, silver ounce, platinum gram or palladium ...
What kind of controls in GoldMoney are reviewed and verified in the ISAE 3402 audit report?
The following controls are reviewed by the Big Four accounting firm and then verified to have been ...
What are the spot price limits for buying and selling precious metals at a confirmed purchase rate?
Gold orders that exceed our spot price limit of 2,000 goldgrams must be received before 9:30am ...
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