Tally is the world’s first non-fiat currency that you can save, send and spend like pounds without subjecting your wealth to the shortcomings of government-issued currency. Goodbye, rising prices. So long, zero interest rates. Bon voyage, risky banking practises.
Unlike pounds, which can be digitally created with a single keystroke, tally is tied to a physical asset that cannot be devalued by artificially increasing supply. Every unit of tally represents one milligram of physical gold that you personally own, which you can save and spend using the Tally App and Tally Debit Mastercard.
Like every other foreign currency, the value of tally fluctuates up and down relative to pounds. But unlike government-issued currencies, gold has historically increased in value in the longer term (so monetising gold was a no-brainer). Just check out our snazzy graph that shows you the value of tally (i.e. gold) compared to the value of pounds over the past 20 years. The question is, do you want your savings in yellow or red?
Better money requires smart technology. And unlike banks that profit from hidden fees and high interest charges, Tally’s fee structure is simple. There’s a one-off account activation fee of £19 and an account keeping fee of 0.9% p.a. (calculated daily, charged monthly) to cover the ongoing operational costs associated with tying your physical gold to your digital currency. And that’s it. No transaction costs, no added foreign exchange markups when travelling abroad, and no fees for withdrawing cash using your Tally Card anywhere in the world where Mastercard is accepted.
Tally protects the long-term value of your money whilst also providing instant use. Here’s how.
Historically gold maintains its purchasing power.
1 tally = 1mg of physical gold
Tally gold bullion is ethically sourced from accredited providers, securely vaulted, fully insured, and 100% yours
Save, send and spend tally instantly via your app and Tally Debit Mastercard
We never lend, leverage, or invest your money, and there are no hidden fees when using tally at home or abroad