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Novem Gold Opening the First Brick and Mortar Gold Store on Sep 2

Novem Gold is excited to announce the opening of their first Brick and Mortar gold store on September 2, 2019 at Landstraße 1, 4020 Linz, Austria. This store will offer customers a physical location to bring their gold into the Novem Gold secure ecosystem.

We are a unique gold company that will offer our customers an easier route to either store or sell their NNN tokens that are physically backed by LBMA-certified gold in Liechtenstein.

Our company has operated, from inception, on the ideals of safety and legal compliance to create a NEO token backed by real gold. To that end, there is an opening for investors to partake in this exciting journey through the purchase of NVM tokens. The first phase of our ICO is ongoing and tokens are available at a discount. Each NVM token sells for €0.55 but will rise to €0.65 in the second phase scheduled from Sep 15-20, 2019. We can assure interested investors of a beneficial and safe gold-backed token to diversify their digital asset portfolios.

The Linz store will allow anyone to actually bring in their gold for quality testing or sale. Alternatively, you can have it minted anew and store it with our storage provider in Liechtenstein. We can go a step further to tokenize the gold. This will reflect ownership in the form of digital NNN tokens. As a token owner, you can have a convenient control through our secure digital wallets.

Already, we have put up ads on windows while the interior has had a makeover to meet the store’s operation needs. This move is the culmination of over a year of hard work we have done to have both tokens ready from a technical and marketing perspective. Indeed, we have had a store in Wels Austria for a long time and it is the proof of concept that we are basing all future stores on.

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