KARATBARS GROUP IS ACTIVE IN MORE THAN 140 COUNTRIES.
A DREAM COMES TRUE.
2011 was a decisive year for Harald Seiz. With the foundation of Karatbars International GmbH in Stuttgart, his dream became true to make gold available and transferable for many people at any time.Learn more about
SMALL GOLD, VERY BIG.
Harald Seiz recognized that gold in small denominations must be affordable for everyone, thereby giving them the opportunity to build and maintain a secure existence in the form of gold.Learn more about
GOLD MAILED ALL OVER THE WORLD.
Today, Karatbars International is the market leader for gold in small denominations. GoldCards with small integrated fine gold bars are sent from Stuttgart all over the world.Learn more about
DIGITAL GOLD EVERYWHERE.
Gold is the future. Today, digital gold can be sent to any Karatbars partner worldwide via Karatpay, a transaction app developed by Karatbars. The group of companies is active in more than 140 countries.Learn more about
NEW GOLD TECHNOLOGIES.
Since 2017, the company has been developing new technologies, including blockchains. The aim is to create digital transactions and completely new and secure communication possibilities. This development resulted in further products of our own that are used worldwide today.Learn more about
THE GOLDEN FUTURE.
Never before in a period of peace has the subject of money caused as much uncertainty as it does today. Although Germany lives in prosperity, many people have the feeling that the value of their money is permanently dwindling. At the same time, cash is being questioned out of necessity and the media are increasingly focusing on the end of cash altogether.
This concern about the future of money is no coincidence: in many countries, a massive cash restriction has long been a reality. India marks the temporary peak. Here, 86 percent of the rupee's cash reserves were effectively withdrawn from circulation overnight. Until yesterday, that cash was still an official means of payment; today, it is suddenly worthless – and money in the eurozone is not immune to such a fate.
So, what is the future of money – as a means of exchange and payment and as a means of storing value? How will we one day pay? What forms are open to us? And what will be forced on us – by the state or even by circumstances, such as crises and disasters, when the cash dispenser or online account no longer works?
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