Questions about the future of money | Harald Seiz talks about worries and concerns among the population

“Is the future of money and payment transactions as we know it in danger?” The reader of the book “Die Zukunft des Geldes” (The Future of Money) is given a comprehensive insight into the past and present of the conventional financial market. He learns why the future of money is fundamentally uncertain and why gold is the safest currency that exceeds the restrictions of national borders and time. Harald Seiz is a visionary, author of “Die Zukunft des Geldes” (The Future of Money) and founder and CEO of Karatbars International. He knows people’s concerns and, in his book, discusses how everyone can sustain their liquidity independently from political and economic forces.

Why is the uncertainty so great despite the fact that we are living in times of peace and the perceived stability of the monetary system? In “Die Zukunft des Geldes” (The Future of Money), Harald Seiz finds an answer that many people have already thought about. Our financial system is volatile and therefore cannot serve as a refuge for the future. Our money is not backed by a gold standard and is therefore only worth anything as long as the state keeps its promise to honor the fiat money and authorizes the exchange of a printed piece of paper for goods. Overnight, any national currency can become invalid and cause liquidity shortages for the population.

To ensure that the future of money does not lead to fear and terror, everyone should opt for a secure asset; gold. In his book “Die Zukunft des Geldes” (The Future of Money), Harald Seiz explicitly discusses the advantages of gold as a currency and universal means of payment.

But he also examines other means of payment in detail, such as blockchain-based cryptocurrencies.

Can the future of money be influenced?

If we base our discussion on the future of our money, the answer is yes. Every war anywhere in the world, every crisis and every political decision can have a lasting impact on the value of a currency. Here Harald Seiz journeys back into the past and describes in detail the development of conventional financial systems. There have already been many currencies that today are a mere recollection and that have nonetheless had an impact on the future of money. Even in our modern times, the financial system is linked to various factors, making the future of money uncertain and risky. There is however a way out, which the author deals with in his work “Die Zukunft des Geldes” (The Future of Money) and which he explains in detail and with facts to support it. The future of money lies in a combination of small denominations of gold integrated into banknotes or as Cashgold. Conventional gold investment bars are not suitable for payment, which means that they can only be used on the future financial market as a capital investment and not as a real means of increasing liquidity. In the future, people will pay digitally while also using asset-based currencies.

Karatbars International is moving the visions of the future into the present and laying the foundation for a secure future for money. Fine gold microbars are valid in all countries and can be used on the American continent as well as in Europe. Fact of the matter is: The future of money is global.