Mississauga, ON (PRWEB) May 17, 2004 -
Â While it might not be the US Mint, OmniCoin.com is still attracting coin collectors in droves. Thanks in large part to its diverse functionality, the new Web site is bringing together numismatists from around the globe into one convenient place. A coin database, an online collector community and a gallery of world coins all rolled into one, OmniCoin.com attends to a numismatistÂs every need. Whether itÂs showcasing a private collection, sharing information with other collectors or referencing a permanent online exhibition of world coins, OmniCoin.com connects the coin collector with a worldwide audience of peers.
In addition to its extensive member-submitted database of coins, OmniCoin.com offers an online discussion forum and a generous collection of numismatic links. Members will find a sense of community amongst the siteÂs international subscriber base, all of whom share a common collecting interest. Furthermore, theyÂll find an exhaustive compilation of resources to answer all their coin collecting questions. As an added bonus, members can opt to display their coins for sale, in effect reaching a global marketplace of targeted coin buyers. While all of these subscriber benefits might sound like an expensive proposition, OmniCoin.com membership is absolutely free.
Coin collecting is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing family activities in America. The hobby owes its recent surge in popularity to the new State QuartersÂ program, which has caused a great numismatic awakening. In his book, The One-Minute Coin Collector, author Scott A. Travers points out this fact: ÂThe U.S. Mint estimates that more than 110 million Americans are collecting the new state quarters.Â The US, however, isnÂt the only country seeing such growth in the hobby. In fact, coin collecting is a popular activity all over the globe. OmniCoin.comÂs registered members hail from such diverse places as Canada, Australia, Germany, Uruguay, India and Hungary.
The Web traffic ranking system Alexa.com places OmniCoin.com as its number one Âworld coinsÂ Web site. Search engines, however, arenÂt the only group of people singling the site out. Recently, an OmniCoin.com member commented in a CoinPeople.com forum posting. ÂI love how you can be browsing someone's collection and then, with a simple click, see everyone elseÂs coins from that country. Entering coins is really simple to do and the site automatically resizes and makes up the page.Â Ever-evolving, OmniCoin.com seeks to fulfill membersÂ new feature requests on an ongoing basis.
See how you can have your own coin collection displayed on OmniCoin.com free of charge by stopping by the Web site: http://www.OmniCoin.com. For more information on all of OmniCoin.comÂs unique benefits, contact the company at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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