According to UPI News, gold bar vending machines have been rolled out at South Korean convenience store GS Retail.
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South Korean convenience store GS Retail, with 10,000 locations, has understood the soaring demand for ‘sound money’ and wants to enhance accessibility. The company rolled out gold bar vending machines with offerings in five sizes, weighing 0.13 ounces to 1.3 ounces, according to UPI News Korea.
“The most popular gold bar is the smallest, the 0.13-ounce one, which is currently priced at around $225,” a GS Retail representative told the media outlet.
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