What is Amleh?

Amleh enables you to own Gold and easily transfer fractional amounts of it in the most secure manner by utilising the latest innovative technological advancements.

Amleh is a digital, blockchain based asset, that is backed, and redeemable by real Gold. 

Blockchain technology has not only provided a use case for the instant transfer of value across international borders, but it has also provided the world with capability to store on an immutable ledger, the acquisition and transfer of any security. 

Amleh transactions can be practically instant. Amleh utilises the latest in blockchain, and the award winning Tokenized platform, in order to create a transparent version of the Gold Standard in a manner that holds all parties (including the issuer) to account, both on-chain and off-chain. 

On-Chain transparency is a given. All transactions using the Amleh asset, can be audited and traced from the moment of issuance, on the publicly verifiable, Bitcoin SV blockchain.  Off-Chain transparency of the physical Gold that the tokens back, are provided by an established and renowned accounting/audit firm. All audits will be immutably recorded onto the blockchain itself. 

Amleh has a governance structure no different to the issuance of real-world gold certificates. The governance model will enable Amleh to be Sharia compliant, and work within legal frameworks.

Amleh is unique because it is the first scalable digitized asset of this nature. You can literally own as little as 1 milligram of Gold. This is possible thanks to Amleh's underlying technologies.

We make Gold accessible, usable, and efficient.


AMLEH is a LAYER2 company co-founded by Eli Afram, Josh Sleiman and Bill Hotait. Together they have worked to establish Amleh as a company to tokenize many assets, and primarily Gold. Amleh works to attain a vision that is underlined by one key word: Legitimacy.

AMLEH PTY LTD seeks to be accountable, and will attain this measure by offering full transparency of audits that occur off-chain, and full transparency of on-chain transactions.