In late 20th century, the United States dollar was declared as the dominating reserve currency over the world. AS a result, the United States currency reserve was established by a trader in gold market. This trader saw the increasing need in the market and decided to involve some experts to help optimize customer’s expectations. One of the burning needs was to find a solution to the issue of purchasing precious metals such as gold and silver. The end of the World War II marked important events in history. It is after World War II when the international financial system entered into a formal agreement.
Under the Bretton Woods System, United States currency was considered as a reference currency. All central banks were assured by the U.S government that it would issue the dollar reserves at a constant rate for gold. However, the system faced ups and downs in 1960s and 1970s. As outlined by Triffin dilemma, some of the issues which this system suffered revolved around economic interests. The conflicts arose due to long term and short term objectives consideration. Formally gold and sometimes silver acted as the official international reserves. They were internationally accepted and confirmed to act as means of payment. The US dollar acted as the official reserve currency.
The U.S Money Reserve Company has been AAA rated by the Business Consumer Alliance. This has been due to the good work of former U.S Mint director Philip N. Diehl, who is the current president. U.S currency reserves have continued to excel in providing trusted services to thousands of clients. Since its establishment, many clients have been enjoying exceptional benefits over years. Subsequently, building a business niche of it, and dominating the market in issuing high precious metal coins, bullion and bars.