Yes. This means that the Customers' gold is not owned by Voima but rather by the Customers themselves.
This is crucially different from how modern banking is done: If you open an account at a bank, you agree to lend your money to them. So while you can use the money, it is nonetheless the bank's property and is thus listed on their balance sheet.
No. In Voima's business, the gold is counted in milligrams (1/1000), which means that you can save in gold with smaller amounts. Thus, you can acquire such amounts that suit you specifically.Open on new page
Liquidity describes how easily you can convert something into money.Read full answer
No. Voima does not give investment advice to anyone, and hence no personal recommendations can be offered.Open on new page
It means that you are the legal owner of the gold you have acquired through Voima's service and that the gold is not on Voima's balance sheet.Read full answer
No. Voima requires that each Customer is identified in order to ensure the provision of safe services and to comply with AML/CFT legislation.Open on new page
Voima's gold supply is divided into two categories:
For reasons of security, convenience and liquidity.Read full answer
When you buy or sell gold at Voima, you pay the price of gold plus an exchange fee.
If you buy gold through your currency account or sell gold, you will be shown the exact amounts of what you will get from the exchange upon confirming the transaction. If you buy gold via bank transfer, the gold price applied will be the current price at the time when Voima settles the transaction.Open on new page
Voima Account is an account into which you transfer money from your bank account. After the money has been transferred, you can manage it in several ways, such as exchanging it for gold.
We have compiled illustrated instructions on how to manage your assets on Voima Account.Open on new page
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