The first european record shows that already experimented Italian, humanist scholar Julius Caesar Scaliger platinum. He described a white metal, which despite many attempts, was not melted. Nowadays it is no longer a problem to melt platinum.
This sought-after raw material is used on extremely versatile way. The application areas range from jewelry, laboratory devices to about dental implants and catalysts. Therefore, platinum also provides a good basis for the investment community. The value of platinum as an investment is increasing as manufacturers shorten their production at a reasonable balance of supply and demand to achieve.