GoldMoney Inc. Reports November Key Performance Indicators for the BitGold and GoldMoney Businesses

TORONTO--()--GoldMoney Inc. (TSX-V:XAU), a full-reserve and gold-based financial service and technology group, is pleased to announce Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for its two operating platforms for the period ending November 30, 2015. KPI’s are published on a monthly basis to increase network transparency for customers, the investment community and other stakeholders.

BitGold Key Performance Indicators:


User Sign Ups

Period   Total User Signups –

End of Period

  Net Increase/Decrease
November 2015   517,086   +89,848
October 2015   427,238   +104,204
September 2015   323,034   +80,770
August 2015   242,264   +74,262
July 2015   168,002   +105,373
June 5th to June 30th 2015   62,629   +29,615
Launch to June 4th 2015   33,014   +33,014

Transaction Volume (Gold Grams) 1


Transaction Volume –
End of Period (grams)




Value in CAD for

November 2015   563,431   +116,889   C$25,934,729
October 2015   446,542   +99,809   C$21,349,173
September 2015   346,733   +103,306   C$16,691,726
August 2015   243,427   +90,318   C$ 11,798,926
July 2015   153,109   +74,226   C$ 7,069,042
June 5th to June 30th 2015   78,883   +45,002   C$ 3,479,889
Launch to June 4th 2015   28,881   +28,881   C$ 1,359,428

Customer Gold in Vaults (Gold Grams) 2


Gold in Vaults – End of





Value in CAD for

November 2015   380,364   +77,938   C$17,508,155
October 2015   302,426   +56,547   C$ 14,458,997
September 2015   245,879   +65,513   C$ 11,836,615
August 2015   180,366   +62,159   C$ 8,745,947
July 2015   118,207   +54,652   C$ 5,457,617
June 5th to June 30th 2015   63,555   +39,178   C$ 2,993,400
Launch to June 4th 2015   24,377   +24,377   C$ 1,147,681

1. Defined as deposits, redemptions and payments on the network.
2. Defined as total segregated and allocated customer gold under safekeeping.

GoldMoney Key Performance Indicators:


GoldMoney Holdings

Period   Total Funded Accounts   Net Increase/Decrease
November 2015   21,350   -61
October 2015   21,411   -51
September 2015   21,462   -23
August 2015   21,485   -58
July 2015   21,543   -47

Transaction Volume (Canadian Dollars) 3


Transaction Volume – for
the Month

  Net Increase/Decrease
November 2015   C$ 35,615,402   C$ +4,373,379
October 2015   C$ 31,242,023   C$- 940,141
September 2015   C$ 32,182,164   C$ -15,208,676
August 2015   C$ 47,390,840  

C$ -1,244,000

July 2015   C$ 48,634,497   N/A

Customer Assets under Administration 4

Period   Customer Assets   Net Increase/Decrease
November 2015   C$ 1,470,517,776   C$ -76,973,551
October 2015   C$ 1,547,491,327   C$ +4,818,248
September 2015   C$ 1,542,673,079   C$ +14,525,631
August 2015   C$ 1,528,147,448   C$ +43,077,113
July 2015   C$ 1,485,070,335   N/A

3. Defined as all dealing (buy/sell), deposits, and redemption activity by GoldMoney clients.
4. Defined as total segregated and allocated customer precious metals and full reserved currency balances under safekeeping.

About GoldMoney

GoldMoney Inc. is a global, full-reserve and gold-based financial services group. GoldMoney provides financial services as a trusted, limited third-party, combining the unique attributes of gold with technology-driven innovation. Through GoldMoney® the company offers precious metals custody and wealth services, trading and execution, and independent research to individual investors and institutions. Through BitGold™ the company operates a self-directed savings platform and a payments network allowing individuals and businesses to make or receive online, in-store or mobile payments. GoldMoney Inc. has over 540,000 clients from over 200 countries and $1.5 billion in client assets under administration. GoldMoney is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) as a Money Services Business. The JFSC is the main supervisory body that oversees and regulates Jersey's large financial services industry. For more information on BitGold, visit For more information on GoldMoney, visit

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Forward-Looking Statements

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GoldMoney Inc.
Josh Crumb, 647-499-6748
Chief Strategy Officer & Director


GoldMoney Inc.
Josh Crumb, 647-499-6748
Chief Strategy Officer & Director