PAXG now available on CoinJar

PAXG now available on CoinJar

Buy and sell physical gold with the Paxos Gold token

We’re thrilled to add Paxos Gold to the CoinJar lineup, giving CoinJar users the ability to buy, sell and hold physical gold – and with CoinJar Card, you could even spend it.

Update your app to access the full available range of tokens on CoinJar.

PAXG initially won’t be available for purchase through CoinJar Bundles or on CoinJar Exchange, but will be added in the near future.

How PAXG works

Paxos Gold (PAXG) is an ERC-20 token that lets you take fractional ownership of a real world gold bar.

Every PAXG token corresponds to one troy ounce (slightly heavier than a regular ounce) of gold bullion being held in secure vaults by Brink’s, an internationally recognised specialist in the storage and transfer of precious metals. The token provides ownership rights to the corresponding amount of gold and can be redeemed for actual gold bullion bars.

As PAXG represents physical gold, the price of PAXG on the Paxos platform is based on prices sourced from trading house StoneX to represent the real-time London gold market.

Happy Trading!

CoinJar Team

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