The 2021 Berlin World Money Fair Has Gone Virtual this Year Which is all the More Reason You Should Attend

The WMF has pivoted this year to an online event with must-see exhibits and everyone is welcomed to attend.

by World Money Fair | Published on January 22, 2021

The Berlin World Money #DigitalFair

On January 27th at 10:00 am central European time first virtual World Money Fair will go live. The virtual ribbon will be cut and exhibitors will open shop.

The fair is not intended as a replacement for the postponed fair, but as a complement to it. The various presentations will be available online for 365 days. Just go to, click on the #digitalfair slider and enjoy the individual displays.

Among other things, coin novelties of the participating exhibitors will be presented, which, in addition to information texts and images, will also be supplemented by videos, interviews or podcasts. Since it is a truly global event, be sure to find the English language as a common denominator. In addition, a variety of newsletters will be released “during the show”, presenting information for interested parties revolving around the fair - for example about special World Money Fair Coin Editions, as they will also be available this year. Be sure to subscribe.

The World Money Fair has entered uncharted territory. This courage to tackle new things is refreshing. It's a development that is here to stay, and will continue to evolve, especially in the direction of commerce. Can't imagine it online? Then stop by - the trade show is just a click away.

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The World Money Fair is the world's largest coin fair, held annually in Berlin at the end of January/beginning of February. It is the most important leading event of the international coin industry. Dealers, suppliers of accessories and auction houses from all over the world present their numismatic assortment to collectors, state mints and private mints show their novelties. In the technical area, a wide variety of machine manufacturers and suppliers to the coin industry will meet and show the complete production process for coins and medals, from blank production and minting to packaging and the corresponding tool technology. The World Money Fair has continued to develop since January 1972, when it was first held in Switzerland as the "International Coin Fair". Today, during the three-day fair, which has been held in Berlin since 2006, around 300 exhibitors, including mints and national banks from around 50 nations, present their products and services on 9,000 square metres of space at the Estrel Convention Center. The World Money Fair also offers investors an excellent opportunity to find out about physical precious metals and their importance as an investment. The exhibition includes coins from numerous countries, special mintages and high-calibre commemorative coins, as well as special fair issues and various commemorative coins.

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