RSS Feeds from the United States Mint
What is RSS?
The United States Mint now offers RSS feeds. RSS, which is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to get the news you want whenever it is updated, even if you are not on www.usmint.gov.
RSS allows users who subscribe to a feed to keep updated on frequently changing content. RSS employs an XML-based structure that includes a title, date, brief description, and a link to the full text of content. Feeds can be read through a program called a news reader or aggregator. There are many such news readers or aggregators available, and they can be found in many locations on the World Wide Web.
How can I receive RSS feeds from the United States Mint?
How do I subscribe to a feed?
Once you have a news reader, the next step is to subscribe to a feed. Different RSS readers provide varying methods for subscribing to feeds, but the following instructions typically work for most readers:
Also, simply dragging the RSS feed button into your news reader often works.
What feeds are available from the United States Mint?
The United States Mint currently offers RSS feeds of our Press Releases and Public Statements and of our Product Information Updates.
Drag the icon below to your aggregator to add the content, or follow the instructions above.