American Open Currency Standard

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American Open Currency Standard (AOCS) is a non-profit organization opposed to fiat money and wishing to expedite the use of metal as money. In accordance with its mission, AOCS grants approval to new currencies, helps new currency issuers to establish brand identity, and encourages merchants to accept AOCS-approved currencies. AOCS was started in 2007 by Robert Gray, who was formerly a Regional Currency Office for Liberty Dollar and is currently the Executive Director of AOCS. Robert Gray testified before the United States House Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology when congressman Ron Paul was Chair of the Committee.[1]

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  1. ^ Matonis, Jon (7 August 2012). "Parallel Currencies And The Roadmap To Monetary Freedom". Forbes. Retrieved 2014-04-01. 

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