What’s the difference between saving in Tally and saving in GBP?

Tally is a currency representing customer gold bullion ownership (1 tally = 1 milligram of gold). As the value of gold changes, so does the corresponding GBP value of your savings in a Tally everyday account. The quantity of gold owned does not change, only its GBP value. Because gold is proven to increase in value over time, so too does the GBP value of your Tally.

When you save in GBP, you are saving in a debt-based currency. In the past six years alone, the value of GBP has approximately halved when compared with the value of gold. In other words, the money you save in GBP today will not necessarily be able to buy as much in the future.