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Leftover Currency acquires the Currency Commission

- Published on 27th August 2017

Leftover Currency has acquired The Currency Commission’s domain name and online presence. The Canadian foreign exchange company The Currency Commission (TCC) has been dissolved. Leftover Currency now takes over TCC’s operations in Europe and North America.

End of the road for the Currency Commission

The Currency Commission was founded in 2008. It was one of the first companies to offer an online exchange service for pre-Euro currencies. With offices in Toronto, Boston and London, TCC covered both Europe and North America.

TCC has now ceased all operations globally. Its website now redirects to the Leftover Currency website.Leftover Currency is not related to any activities at TCC before its dissolution. We have simply taken over TCC’s domain name and web presence.

It’s the end of the road for The Currency Commission. At Leftover Currency we are proud to increase our global market share and to continue our online exchange service for foreign coins and expired currencies.


Mario Van Poppel

Mario Van Poppel is the founder and director of Leftover Currency. What started as a hobby, collecting world banknotes, evolved into a fulltime job, running a successful online bureau de change. Mario is still a collector of pre-Euro banknotes and a member of the IBNS.