What is another word for german goldmark?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɜːmən ɡˈə͡ʊldmɑːk] (IPA)

The German goldmark, or Deutsche Mark, was the official currency of Germany until it was replaced by the euro in 2002. Other synonyms for the currency include the DM, Deutschmark, German mark, and Deutsche Mark. The goldmark was introduced in 1873 as the standard currency of the German Empire. The currency was particularly strong and stable, leading to its reputation as a "safe haven" during times of economic uncertainty. The gold standard, which pegged the value of the currency to gold, remained in place until the outbreak of World War I, after which paper money was introduced. Despite its discontinuation, the legacy of the goldmark continues to be felt in Germany to this day.

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