Spend gold instantly with Glint, any amount, big or small, anytime, anywhere Mastercard is accepted.
BUY PHYSICAL GOLD BULLION
The easiest way to buy physical gold at the lowest price – and now you can spend it too.
Gold has maintained its purchasing power over time. Fiat currency, aka paper money has continuously eroded and lost its purchasing power. Holding your savings in gold offers protection against inflation.
Physical gold is a most reliable store of value that offers you certainty in a precarious world.
The gold you buy via Glint is physical gold that is legally allocated to you in a Brinks vault in Switzerland. Any money you hold on the Glint app is safeguarded in segregated client account.
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HOW TO BUY GOLD
Download the Glint App and register. It only takes a few minutes.
By bank transfer or card into safeguarded accounts.
Buy & sell gold in an instant. Real-time prices + fees are only 0.5%.
With Glint, spend gold anytime, anywhere that accepts Mastercard.
- Opening Account
- Depositing funds
- Gold Vault Insurance
- Glint debit card
- Dedicated mobile app
BUY & SELL GOLD AT 0.5%
The fee for trades (including buying, selling and spending) is built into the real-time market price you see when you transact.
VAULT YOUR GOLD FOR FREE.
Your gold will be vaulted with Brink’s Zurich, in Switzerland, one of the world’s most secure gold vaulting companies.
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