Gold Price Chart

View the live price for instantly purchasable physical gold bullion on our live charts, displaying data straight from the Kinesis Exchange. Our bespoke charts aggregate the live gold price for gold bullion across our physical, global vaulting network, with key figures available to view in multiple time frames.

Accurate, up-to-the-minute pricing is essential for those interested in gold investing. If you’re asking the question - how much is gold? At this very moment? Our charts let you determine the current value for physical bullion right now.

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Updated with live market data from the Kinesis Exchange

 

Live gold pricing is aggregated across our vaults based in London, New York, Brisbane, Sydney, Toronto, Hong Kong, Dubai, Istanbul, Vaduz, Panama City, Zurich, Batam and Singapore.

Gold Price Chart FAQ

You can purchase gold easily via the Kinesis Exchange, at some of the lowest prices in the industry, which is aggregated across our 15 global vaulting hubs.

 

The gold price is difficult to accurately predict, as price fluctuation occurs on a minute, daily and monthly basis.

However, you can view the live gold price on our bespoke price charts, aggregating data across our 15 global vaulting hubs spanning 13 cities. 

Gold has historically provided a safe haven for buyers, as a proven buffer against economic uncertainty.

Gold’s cultural significance cannot be discounted, particularly in India and China. In terms of future smart city and 5G infrastructure and the electrification movement, its usage in electronics is likely to gain traction.

 

In terms of diversification of assets, physical gold has the potential to offer stability in times of economic uncertainty.

Value in gold ownership was previously found in its continued appreciation as an asset, but with Kinesis' offering of a usage-based yield on gold, users can now earn a passive, monthly return on their bullion.

Gold prices have been increasing if you take the long-term view over the past 20 years, with the precious metal now witnessing the peaks last seen in August 2011.

What has been particularly relevant recently, is the need for consumers and governments to weather the storm of economic and geopolitical uncertainty, which has been a factor fuelling the price in the past few years.

Supply, demand and investor sentiment are key considerations affecting the gold price. Inflation, geopolitics and economical uncertainty concerning the Covid-19 pandemic have driven a major spike in gold prices since March 2020. Recently, some central banks such as Thailand, Hungary and Brazil have boosted their gold reserves. 

Inflation greatly reduced the buying power of paper currency. In effect, this means less gold can be purchased for the same amount of money. 

When trouble looms, investors tend to look to gold, as seen during the Great Recession from 2007-2008, when the US housing market crashed.

Kinesis gold (KAU) is a digital currency native to the Kinesis system. One KAU represents 1 gram of fully allocated physical gold that sits in our vaults, in your name. All Kinesis gold is investment-grade, and can be instantly purchased, traded, sent and spent globally. 

With Kinesis, investors can earn a yield on gold with a passive return on their bullion, simply by holding it in the system. 

All gold bullion held by Kinesis undergoes independent, third-party audits, twice a year. 

We employ the world-class independent audit and inspection specialist, Inspectorate International, a Bureau Veritas company, to conduct regular, independent, physical audits of all bullion underpinning Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies. 

The quantity of gold and silver held in our vaults is checked against the record of all KAU and KAG in circulation, stored on our blockchain. 

With Kinesis, all precious metals are fully allocated, insured, with no storage costs on holdings. Kinesis secures free storage for investors by allocating a share of Kinesis global transaction fee revenue to cover the vaulting costs. 

Through the robust vaulting network of ABX, Kinesis offers users bullion storage in 15 vaults spanning 10 countries, while enabling investors to redeem their gold bullion at any time.