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Types of WebMoney Purses

The System currently supports the following types of purses which account for property rights of different types of valuables:

  • E-purse: WME– Certificate on purchase of products and services of providers listed at www.megastock.com, an equivalent of Euro
  • B-purse: WMB – Electronic Belarusian Ruble
  • G-purse: WMG - Stock warrant on gold in a certified repository
  • Z-purse: WMZ – Certificate on purchase of products and services of providers listed at www.megastock.com, an equivalent of US Dollar
  • K-purse: WMK – Warrant on the rights to receive EKZT for a specified amount from the Guarantor
  • X-purse: WMX – The transferred for storage property rights on publication of records in the global public database of the bitcoin.org network (bitcoin.org)
  • H-purse: WMH - The transferred for storage property rights on publication of records in the global public database of the bitcoincash.org network (bitcoincash.org)
  • L-purse: WML - The transferred for storage property rights on publication of records in the global public database of the litecoin.org network (litecoin.org)
  • F-purse: WMF - The transferred for storage property rights on publication of records in the global public database of the ethereum.org network (ethereum.org)
  • Y-purse: WMY – The rights of claim on the exercise of settlements and transfers in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  • T-purse:  WMT - Transferred for a deposit USDT tokens (accounting units in global public databases on these conditions https://tether.to/en/legal)

The unit of measurement of property rights for the valuables held by a Guarantor is a WebMoney title unit of the relevant type.

System participants can open purses with any Guarantor by accepting the relevant Agreement. For user convenience, all of the purses of a user are kept in a single storage (Keeper) which is assigned with a user registration number, WMID. The description of how a WMID operates together with the Terms of Use are outlined in the Agreement on Property Rights Transfer accepted by a user upon signing up with the System.