So it works by feeding it the plastic card, with a commensurate amount selected producing commensurate measures of gold. FYI, a gram of the glitter costs 40 quid. The heftier the gold, the more cash, meaning it’s not an ATM in the traditional sense. Of course, it makes you wonder why a gold ATM marketed as Gold To Go is suddenly available to the general public. (Or at least that part of the public that can withdraw gold.)
Wonder no more, as the Westfield shopping center is the latest market for Ex Oriente Lux, who opened a gold dispensing ATM in the UAE a while back. Since then the company have gone international, with similar outlets across North America and the E.U. Rather than eject gold dust, however, each Gold To Go contains coins and bars of various sizes. The prices of which vary to stay in line with global fluctuations.
For those dreaming up nefarious deeds involving the theft of gold, don’t bother. The Gold To Go is encase din armor and is synced with a high tech alarm system.
If you happen to be in the Westfield shopping center, don’t miss this.