Revolut Launches Banking Services in Spain Featuring Deposit Insurance
Revolut, a leading fintech platform and neobank, has received a special banking license to operate in Spain. User deposits are now insured up to €100K, with the coverage being provided by Deposit and Investment Insurance, a Lithuanian state company. The company, which now has over 800,000 customers in Spain, expects to grow its userbase with this new development.
Revolut Customers in Spain Can Upgrade to Revolut Bank
Revolut, one of the biggest fintech neobanks in Europe, has received a special banking license in Spain, and can now offer deposit insurance to its customers.....
Now valued at $33 billion, Revolut didn’t rule out a potential IPO this year, but the firm's CFO suggested that it was unlikely. Revolut, a major British banking app featuring cryptocurrency investment, has secured $800 million in a new funding round.The new investment round is led by Japanese financial giant SoftBank and United States hedge fund Tiger Global, which collectively hold around 5% in Revolut, CNBC reported Thursday.The round values Revolut at $33 billion, marking a sixfold increase from the company’s valuation of $5.5 billion in 2020. The newly secured funding will help....
Seemingly a match made in heaven, Revolut the disruptive UK bank with over 15 million customers, has teamed up with Polkadot, the visionary blockchain technology that promotes interoperability at scale, to offer a listing of the DOT token on its app. Revolut, which was founded in 2015 is the UK’s fastest-growing financial app, and has […]
Revolut, one of the world’s largest mobile financial services platforms, historically has allowed users to purchase bitcoin on the platform, but not transfer it to wallets that they control. This comes four years after it first provided crypto trading services to some users, and a year after it extended trading to all 7 million users […]
Announced Thursday, Revolut will use Fireblocks’ platform to offer new cryptocurrency services for its retail customers
Financial services platform Revolut will allow users to withdraw bitcoin to their own wallets, something firms like PayPal should consider.