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The Prepaid Visa Electronic Card is a payment card that can be used to access cash or make purchases at merchants that accept signature-based or PIN-based debit cards (such as gas stations, grocery stores, convenience stores or the Internet). You can deposit money into your Card account, then you can access your money by ATM cash withdrawal or by using your Card just like a Debit Card at any merchant that accepts a Debit Visa Cards, Star Cards or Plus Cards.

The Prepaid Visa Electronic Card can be used to make online purchases, or use it as a regular ATM cash card.

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Liberty Reserve Debit Card ATM Visa Digital Gold Currency (or DGC) is a form of electronic money based on ounces of gold. It is a kind of representative money, like a paper gold certificate at the time (prior to 1933) that these were exchangeable for gold on demand. The typical unit of account for such currency is the gold gram or the troy ounce, although other units such as the gold dinar are sometimes used. DGCs are backed by gold through unallocated or allocated gold storage. Digital Gold Currencies are issued by a number of companies, each of which provides a system that enables users to pay each other in units that hold the same value as gold bullion. These competing providers issue independent currency, which normally carries the same name as their company. In terms of the most popular providers, e-gold has the greatest number of users and GoldMoney holds the greatest quantity of bullion (as of January 2007). As of April 2008, DGC providers held in excess of 9.6 metric tonnes of gold as disclosed reserves, which is worth approximately $280 million, which is a 47% increase since January 2007. Wiki

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