First take in using Bitcoin to buy a gold made by the Godbex team members

United Kingdom, London — Godbex team members already have a record of accomplishment and reputation in disruption of the existing trade markets. While Bitcoin and gold were previously seen as potential competitors, some of the Godbex team members brought them together for the very first time in the world, already in 2016! Central European Moro & Kunst Ltd company thus became the first company in the EU, which allowed buying of gold bullion by means of Bitcoin!

Moro & Kunst Ltd[1] (MORO) is internationally recognized precious metals reseller, established in 1993. Since its inception the company has been exclusively working with Argor Heraeus, Switzerland and The Austrian Mint, Münze Österreich, 800 year old Vienna-based mint. The company is engaged in the selling and purchasing of bullion gold in south-eastern Europe and trades based on the recommendation standards of London Bullion Market Association (LBMA)[2].

With regard to the fact that the Godbex team consists of highly educated experts in fields of blockchain technologies, computer science, IT, finance and investing consulting, they already have a record of accomplishment and reputation in disruption of the existing trade markets. Some of them, together with MORO developed a platform that merges gold bullion and cryptocurrency trading. Due to its gold bullion sales services, MORO was exclusively incorporated into the bitcoin exchange based in Luxembourg — Bitstamp[3] system in 2016, enabling the purchase of gold bullion via cryptocurrency assets. Thus, MORO, together with our team members, became the first company in the EU which allowed buying of gold bullion by means of Bitcoin! Due to such purchase and sale option, the company acquired the competitive advantage on the global market of precious metals, particularly among younger investors and the amount of gold bullion bought by Bitcoin has been growing exponentially.

[1] Moro & Kunst Ltd, https://www.moro.si/enakup-moro/en/5-gold-bars

[2] London Bullion Market Association, Good Delivery Explained, http://www.lbma.org.uk/good-delivery-explained

[3] Bitstamp, https://www.bitstamp.net/