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|Privately held company|
|Predecessor||Midas Touch International|
|Services||Gold plating and customisation|
Goldgenie is a British company which provides gold-plating and other decoration for mobile phones and other objects. In 2007 it appeared on the appeared on the Dragons' Den television programme, and received an investment from James Caan. In 2009 it decorated iPod nanos with lead crystal to be sold in aid of the Elton John AIDS Foundation. In 2014, it marketed a 24-carat gold-plated bicycle at $390,000; a version with embedded diamonds was also available for $470,000.
- Mukherjee, Supantha. "British entrepreneur turns Midas touch to Samsung phones". Reuters. Retrieved 6 March 2017.
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- Dizon, Jan. "This 24-Carat Gold-plated Goldgenie Bike Sells for $390,000. Forget Ferrari". TechTimes.com. Retrieved 6 March 2017.