Gold Secured Currency (GSX) is Now Live

by Marvin Dumont

The Gold Secured Currency (GSX) CDE is now live at

Visit the official CDE website to learn more about the world’s first growth coin that increases in value. GSX combines elements of an asset-backed coin and investment coin. CDE site features a calculator tool for easy convertibility to major cryptocurrencies.

The CDE site now accepts PayPal. You can purchase GSX with PayPal in seconds.

Here’s more GSX information from last month’s AMA.

Will the GSX airdrop be supported on BitFi devices or will users have to lease coins from their APL wallet?

Users will most likely have to send to a normal wallet to lease. Unless there is a lease feature added before then which we are not aware of. You can always send the APL immediately back to BitFi right after this event.

More on leasing:

It would only be leased for a maximum of 1 week from my understanding (CEO Steve McCullah).

In order to receive GSX, should I lease to any other address? Or should I keep APL in my web wallet? How will I get GSX to my wallet?

We will publish exact instructions as soon as we have determined the best course of action for large leasing pools.

I am not … if we will be able to allow leasing pools to collectively redeem GSX, but if we don’t, we may assign a week’s time to lease to the Apollo Fintech wallet. That way if someone is already in a contract, they will be able to take part as soon as their current lease ends.

Then they could go right back to their leasing pool once they receive GSX.

Apollo Fintech is developing world-shaping fintech solutions for a global economy. Its product categories include Government Solutions, Commercial Products and Consumer Products. Apollo Fintech’s new platforms and tools include National Currency System, Tax System, Commodity Exchange, Mineral Claims System, Government Bank Platform, White Label Payment System, Bank Network, Knox Exchange, DEX, Apollo Cash and Apollo Currency.

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