How to top up the treasure chest of your POSTALMARKET 2.0 Shop account

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The POSTALMARKET 2.0 platform is a new way of rethinking the economy: interconnected and collaborative, supported by the strength of the group and mutual trust.

Sovrana is an alternative currency and the term alternative currency defines different types of currency or means of exchange and credit that can serve for the mutual or mutual exchange of goods and activities between the members of a community, and which tend to place themselves outside the logic of the "official monetary circuits", legally valid within a given territory.

Different names have been used to indicate monetary credit instruments other than official currencies, such as the term "alternative currencies", "parallel currencies", "complementary currencies", "local currencies".

And usually the preference of a term denotes the preference for specific objectives and purposes, which are attributable to the different types of unofficial coins.

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Make your purchases today on POSTALMARKET 2.0 the save 56 cents every euro you spend!

* The final price is fixed at the point of transaction (Wire tranfer)

Performance at 15 p.m. 

*Sovrana currency value expressed in £

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How to top up, we will explain how to top up the cashier of your POSTALMARKET 2.0 account, following these few steps. Remember that to top up your account, you need to make a minimum transfer of € 185 (Tax: 5%). To do this you will need to follow the steps below.

your purchasing power will be increased by the performance of the Sovrana currency on the POSTALMARKET2.0 platform

Deposit money.

 

1. You must make a minimum top-up of € 185.

 

2.Choose the payment method that best suits your needs: POSTALMARKET 2.0 offers different payment methods, all totally secure. We explain what each of them includes.

 

Find out the spot price of gold with our real-time updates and follow its progress at the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), the association that is considered the benchmark in the investment precious metals sector, where the gold price is updated twice a day.

View our gold price graphs quickly, access all the data you need and find out what are the various factors that can influence the gold price. coininvest.com is one of the leading retailers of precious metals in Europe and is committed to providing all the information necessary to know everything there is to know about investment gold, a timeless asset, to help you make informed investment decisions .

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This payment method blocks the shipment until the payment is confirmed by our bank. You have 24 hours to confirm it by attaching a bank transfer receipt to your control panel in the chat. You will receive an email with the details of all the steps to finalize the order.​

 

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Gold value: an overview of the market

Gold's popularity as an investment is largely due to the fact that it is considered to be a universal currency, which is preserved by the majority of the world's central banks. It is this universal charm that makes gold a solid addition to your investment portfolio, and a safe way to preserve your wealth, and which allows you to pass it on from generation to generation.

It should be noted that while gold is known to retain its value even in the presence of an economic downturn, as any investment can be unpredictable and its price fluctuates continuously.

Most of the physical gold is bought and sold in so-called over-the-counter (OTC) negotiations, which means that it is bought and sold through a network of suppliers, rather than through a centralized exchange. The price of gold in the United Kingdom fluctuates daily, in line with the exchange rate of the British pound and the euro - and is known as the spot price of gold.

London Bullion Market Association (LBMA)

However, the real reference for the price of gold and silver is that set twice a day by the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), usually at 10:30 am and 15:00 GBT. LBMA is a commercial association that operates internationally with a global base clientele that includes private sector investors, most of the central banks depositing gold worldwide, as well as refineries, mints, factories and mining companies.
In addition to defining the price, LBMA also sets the gold quality standard (better known as "good delivery standard" or "good delivery standard"), which includes a minimum purity of 99.5%. The prices set twice a day, however, are always based on pure gold.

Coins and gold bars

Physical gold is traded in bullion or investment coins; gold coins usually have a slightly higher price. This is due not only to the costs associated with production, but to the fact that these are collectible products, some coins are issued to commemorate historical events and anniversaries.
These gold coins are minted in various countries, but most originate in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, China and South Africa. The most popular and best-selling currency is the British gold pound, which among other things in the United Kingdom is also exempt from capital gains tax.
Some of the other most famous gold coins include the American Eagle (USA), the Maple Leaf (Canada), the Krugerrand (South Africa), the Chinese Panda and the Vienna Philharmonic (Austria).
In terms of weight, most investment coins are minted in 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1oz denominations, but are sometimes available in larger denominations of 2 oz, 10 oz or even from 1 kilogram. Investment gold bars, on the other hand, are available as parts of an ounce, multiples of a troy ounce, in grams or kilograms, and again as parts or multiples of these units.

Gold value: an overview of the market

Gold's popularity as an investment is largely due to the fact that it is considered to be a universal currency, which is preserved by the majority of the world's central banks. It is this universal charm that makes gold a solid addition to your investment portfolio, and a safe way to preserve your wealth, and which allows you to pass it on from generation to generation.

It should be noted that while gold is known to retain its value even in the presence of an economic downturn, as any investment can be unpredictable and its price fluctuates continuously.

Most of the physical gold is bought and sold in so-called over-the-counter (OTC) negotiations, which means that it is bought and sold through a network of suppliers, rather than through a centralized exchange. The price of gold in the United Kingdom fluctuates daily, in line with the exchange rate of the British pound and the euro - and is known as the spot price of gold.

London Bullion Market Association (LBMA)

However, the real reference for the price of gold and silver is that set twice a day by the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA), usually at 10:30 am and 15:00 GBT. LBMA is a commercial association that operates internationally with a global base clientele that includes private sector investors, most of the central banks depositing gold worldwide, as well as refineries, mints, factories and mining companies.
In addition to defining the price, LBMA also sets the gold quality standard (better known as "good delivery standard" or "good delivery standard"), which includes a minimum purity of 99.5%. The prices set twice a day, however, are always based on pure gold.

Coins and gold bars

Physical gold is traded in bullion or investment coins; gold coins usually have a slightly higher price. This is due not only to the costs associated with production, but to the fact that these are collectible products, some coins are issued to commemorate historical events and anniversaries.
These gold coins are minted in various countries, but most originate in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, China and South Africa. The most popular and best-selling currency is the British gold pound, which among other things in the United Kingdom is also exempt from capital gains tax.
Some of the other most famous gold coins include the American Eagle (USA), the Maple Leaf (Canada), the Krugerrand (South Africa), the Chinese Panda and the Vienna Philharmonic (Austria).
In terms of weight, most investment coins are minted in 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1oz denominations, but are sometimes available in larger denominations of 2 oz, 10 oz or even from 1 kilogram. Investment gold bars, on the other hand, are available as parts of an ounce, multiples of a troy ounce, in grams or kilograms, and again as parts or multiples of these units.

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