Open Currency is a common Standard for the numerous community currencies developing across the world. By using a reliable and documented metals standard, communities and individuals alike can create an unlimited variety of unique medallion designs without affecting interchangeability. Take a look at a few of our favorite currency and commemorative coin projects:
The Silver Kruger
Paul Kruger was by all accounts a simple man. He was, as were his people, but simple folk of the earth. The luster of gold is far too haughty for such a man. Kruger’s likeness fits on a currency not reserved for the upper most tier of society, but for the common man.
For more than 99% of its known history, the Cannabis Sativa plant has been an integral component of civilization. Cannabis, referred to simply as hemp when used, could be found across the globe in countless industrial, medicinal, dietary & spiritual applications. Get the coin and defund the war on nature!
In 2013, father and son set out on a journey to create a provocative coin series, aiming to bring excitement to the often dull silver coin market. After all, merely three coins account for more than 97% of global silver coin sales. Truly – our awakening is their undoing.
Silver Bullet Silver Shield
Collecting and stacking SBSS medallions is not just opportunity to benefit from the bullet and shield, but also to share in an adventure that tells the story of both the current paradigm of our society, its flaws and strategies, and the catalysts of our intellectual evolution.
Promote and defend the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a noninterventionist foreign policy, by picking up this inspirational 1oz .999 silver medallion featuring the Champion of the Constitution, Ron Paul!
In the wake of the M2 tragedy, the AOCS team is hard at work rebuilding the dream that was lost, but not forgotten. Learning from quite a few mistakes, the new endeavor will be built somewhere less corrupt – Singapore!
The image of the inspiring “father of the Austrian Economic Theory,” Ludwig von Mises shines out from under his favorite slogan “Tu Ne Cede Malis”, meaning “Do Not Give In to Evil”. With a proof finish, this medallion is regarded by the Institute’s Director as “the most beautiful piece ever designed for the institute.”
Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged explained her monumental dedication to the value of man’s rational thinking and ability to reason. The book’s main figurehead – John Galt. But who is John Galt? Is he like Atlas, a man who carries the weight of the world on his shoulders? Read the novel and find out!
Commemorating our 7th President of the United States under the Constitution, Andrew Jackson was a Champion of the People. Jackson is best known for being the first and only president to ever pay off the national debt along with his role in bringing the first US Central Bank to a close.
To mark the 137th anniversary of the Battle of Little Bighorn, the Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation created a silver commemorative medallion. The medallion was released exclusively in limited supply to attendees of the Crow Native Days festival. This is an annual celebration of the Apsáalooke culture and the anniversary of the Native American victory that took place nearby.
Free Lakota Bank
With the help of the American Open Currency Standard, the People of Lakota declared their economic independence by forming the Free Lakota Bank. Founded in 2008, The Free Lakota Bank is the first depository on record to offer commodity banking – issuing, circulating and depositing silver bullion currencies.