what is e-gold??
26 Dec 06
To deposit money in your account, you must buy e-gold from one of e-gold exchangers, you can find them here: http://www.e-gold.com/unsecure/links.htm#marketmaker I this site you'll also find merchants and organizations accepting e-gold as payment. You can also sell e-gold for cash.
23 Dec 06
You can have yourself an account to www.e-gold.com. Egold is the site where you can get ecurrency. There are many sites on which you can spend the money. I receive there my egold from mylot.com. Good luck and take care of your egold account!
23 Dec 06
e-gold is a payment processor, use for internet transaction like paypal. its backed-up with gold. the different with paypal is you dont have to make verification of your identity. e-gold maybe one of the payment processor who doesnt really 'care' about the identity of the member. comparint to paypal which ask your credit card, or asianpay that needs your passport and bank account (in the form of jpg files)
26 Dec 06
e-gold is a monetary (payments) system which enables the use of gold as money. Gold & Silver Reserve, Inc. administers the system, and oversees an inventory of gold coins and bars held in allocated storage by third party custodians. A quantity of e-gold in your account constitutes title to a precise weight (fine) of this physical gold. This means 100% backing with physical gold for the quantity shown in your account. The primary function of the system is to facilitate payments, in gold (or silver, platinum, palladium), between e-gold customers. A secondary function is for e-gold customers to make payments to entities who are not e-gold customers. For this purpose, the e-gold system can be instructed to send payments in government money to specified entities, e.g., to pay bills. The following currencies are catered for: USD, CAD, AUD, GBP, DEM, JPY, CHF, FFR. A secure, convenient interface - Account Manager - is provided for customer entry of transaction orders. All cleared transactions entail an increment or decrement of one's e-metal balance. The system calculates exactly how much metal belongs to each particular customer by adding all such credits and debits. There is no cost or fee involved in opening an account. There is also no obligation. There is a small transaction fee on all transactions between e-gold customers, currently 1% (with a maximum of 50 cents). There are also reasonable costs involved when converting to or from government currencies, and when switching between metals, e.g., converting gold to silver. e-gold is not merely wishful thinking, it is a reality available to you today.