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We make every effort to demonstrate a balanced conversation between gold, crypto and fiat currencies when it comes to purchasing power and, whilst we strongly believe that gold is the fairest and most reliable currency on the planet, we obviously need to point out that it isn’t 100% risk free. Whilst we have seen a steady increase over time, the value of gold can fall, which means that its purchasing power can also decline.

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LATEST STORIES

Bullion Bulletin: Europe’s richest go the polls

On Sunday, Germans go to the polls to elect a new Chancellor. The new Chancellor will replace Angela Merkel, who has had the job f...

22 September 2021

Bullion Bulletin

Glint’s Helpful Hints: Top tip for topping up

Topping up your account couldn't be easier. On the home screen of your Glint App, you will find a 'top up' symbol on the top le...

22 September 2021

Glint's Helpful HInts

Bullion Bulletin: Back to where it came from

Gold is an element, which means it can't be made through ordinary chemical reactions. To make gold, 79 protons and 118 neutrons ha...

16 September 2021

Bullion Bulletin

Glint’s Helpful Hints: Has your card been declined?

Has your card been declined? There's probably a very simple explanation. • It simply may be that you may not have enough fund...

16 September 2021

Glint's Helpful HInts

Ask Glint Anything: Query from one of our readers on Capital Gains Tax

"Say, I buy £1000 worth of gold and hold it on my Glint card, the price goes up so the value on my card is now £1500. I buy item...

10 September 2021

Ask Glint Anything

Soapbox: CBDCs & crypto – a two-speed digital world

Not heard about ‘Project Dunbar’? You’re not alone – the ‘project’, which is all about CBDCs (central bank digital cur...

9 September 2021

Soap Box

Glint’s Helpful Hints: Glint’s fees

There's nothing more annoying than wading through masses of paper or scrolling through wads of web trying to figure out how much s...

9 September 2021

Glint's Helpful HInts

Bullion Bulletin: India’s gold buying

In August, India imported 121 tonnes of gold, according to a report from Reuters . This was almost twice what it bought in August...

9 September 2021

Bullion Bulletin

Press Room: Glint in the news August 2021

We all want to get onto the property ladder, but how can first-time buyers save for a deposit when fiat currencies are losing valu...

2 September 2021

Press Room