Marcos Ligero, better known as D-Mark, is a Spanish Electronic Dance Music DJ, musician and producer. Starting with the music as a hobby in the late 90s and at the early age of 13 he became an enthusiast of the dance music genre of the moment, and passed to be a mere follower to become a producer even before starting his career as a DJ.
What is ‘D-Mark’
The official currency of Germany until it adopted the euro in 2002. D-mark is an abbreviation of Deutsche Mark, whose official currency code is DEM. The sub-unit of the D-mark was the pfennig, with each Deutsche mark divided into 100 pfennig.
The D-mark was first issued in 1948, replacing the Reichsmark, when the Allies occupied Germany after World War II. With the introduction of the euro, the European Central Bank fixed the irrevocable exchange rate for the D-mark at 1.95583 per euro, effective January 1, 1999.
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