Have you opened your Anthem Vault account? Have you been waiting to finally make your first gold and silver purchase? This Friday will be a great opportunity to make your move (even if it’s not your first!). All orders placed this Friday will earn a complimentary t-shirt from Anthem Vault!
Anthem Vault makes it so easy to begin saving in silver and gold, without the hassle of storing and selling the physical coins in your possession. You can place an order for as little as $25, select your choice of gold or silver, and liquidate your account directly into your bank account at any time.
Haven’t tried it yet? Friday will be an awesome day for it. Customer service will be standing by with any questions (1-855-428-2858)! After you make your purchase, whether it’s your first or your 20th, email us at email@example.com with your desired t-shirt size (we’ll do our best to accommodate) and mailing address to which you’d like the shirt delivered.
It pays to #BeResponsible!
It’s always a mind-numbing task to review the year that just passed, trying to piece together the puzzle of events – and 2015 was no different. From the investment side, precious metals had a slow and low year. Technology took some massive steps forward with the release of driverless car prototypes, ubiquitous Uber, a wide variety of drone applications, robots, 3D printers… the list goes on.
While technology has been punching away at the world’s troubles, ‘government’ has provided the endless background hum as we approach the 2016 elections. I won’t bore you with the details but amid heated talk of the war against ISIS, it is regulations and taxation that have continued their insidious influence, growing in reach akin to the way the money supply grows in such a speedy and unethical fashion. No, we aren’t here to remind you of the grim realities of the world; just to send some motivation and energy into your day-to-day life, and to ensure you are seizing each day and making it count!
We bring you the #BeResponsible campaign for 2016!
One of the best films – with a message – is celebrating its day of inspiration this week, and Anthem Vault plans to make it an exciting week for our customers. The 5th of November is celebrated as ‘Guy Fawkes Day’, mostly in Great Britain. Citizens celebrate the failed attempt of taking down King James I. This same story was interpreted into the blockbuster hit “V for Vendetta”, which sent shockwaves through Hollywood. It became an allegory against oppression, and many political groups have since referenced the film. This controversial film, that was first a book, tells the story of the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605, attempted by Guy Fawkes as well as 10 or more other plotters.
One of the original authors of V for Vendetta describes the film’s significance in society today:
“The Guy Fawkes mask has now become a common brand and a convenient placard to use in protest against tyranny – and I’m happy with people using it, it seems quite unique, an icon of popular culture being used this way.”
We are celebrating the 5th of November all week and giving away a 2 ozt Warbird, .999 silver round. All you have to do is join our Facebook page’s caption contest.
The person who contributes a caption and receives the most likes will win. We will also have a winner picked by the judges here at Anthem Vault. Visit the page and submit your caption! The winner will be announced on Thursday at 4pm MST.
Two years ago, Amazon announced an ambitious plan that quickly went viral: a new delivery service called Prime Air that would make same-day drone deliveries to participating Amazon customers. The service was not expected to come out for a couple years at the very least. As of now, it is still just an idea that might possibly never become a reality. But what is becoming a reality right now is a new Uber-like service for Amazon deliveries.
Not a company to fall behind on great new innovations for long, Amazon is planning to integrate crowd-sourced drivers into its Prime Now delivery service. The plan is that
Snapchat announced in a blog post Tuesday morning that they will be offering replays to users who are willing to pay out a little cash. The popular smartphone app can be downloaded for free, and it allows users to send temporary photos and videos to each other. Once a snapchatter has viewed an image and it has disappeared, the picture can no longer be accessed. At least that was until a couple of years ago when a feature allowing users one replay each day was added to the app. The new update will allow users to purchase additional replays at a rate of 3 replays for $0.99.
This move could turn out to be controversial because the temporal nature of the app content is probably one of its most attractive features. Snapchat appeared on the scene as a last vestige of