Facebook was introduced in 2004 and it became a rage among the youngsters and now it’s not only them but even a 102 year old woman is addicted to the social networking site.But, let’s face it, the ultra-rich and the royal families can’t share the same social site as the normal people do. So a site called WhyteGold was launched in 2008 as the world’s first online private members club with an esteemed following from the European aristocracy whose members range from princesses to rich list members.
From the Rich List to the Aristocracy – WhyteGold is the social network where members can negotiate business deals and sell their valued items which include Picasso paintings and Gulfstream jets. A 12 step sign up process ensures the legitimacy of each application and restrictions are further imposed by manual checks on each member throughout their membership with WhyteGold. If you are just planning to sign-up at WhyteGold then remember that though the joining is free you are invited to contribute to the charitable events held throughout the year. The site stands up to its tag line of PRIVATE networking. So don’t even bother trying your luck.