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Revolut partners with Anthony Joshua and launches glowing card

Revolut announced a partnership with boxing heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua to promote a new card design.

Revolut plans to start with a $25 million investment in India

CEO Nikolay Storonsky told Business Insider India that the company is about to make an investment of $20 million–$25 million to break into India by the end of 2021.

N26 hires former SoundCloud exec as CPO

Gilles BianRosa was hired by German challenger N26 as the new chief product officer.

Revolut applies for US banking license

After a year of Revolut's US launch, the digital bank has applied for a banking license in the country.

Starling Bank launches cards made from recycled plastic

The digital bank has introduced new Mastercard debit cards which are to be made from recycled plastic.

Challenger bank Revolut leaves Canada

Revolut decides to leave Canada after not managing to exit beta since 2019.

Monzo has reached over 135,000 paying subscribers

Digital bank Monzo has reached a combined total of 135,000 customers for its two premium bank account options since their launch in 2020

N26 uses AR to put famous women on cash

Digital bank N26 has launched a new AR effect that highlights the low representation of women on banknotes.

Dutch challenger bunq now offers instant payments across Europe

Bunq is the first challenger bank that joined the TARGET payment network, a system developed by the European Central Bank.

Starling Bank confirms £272m funding round led by Fidelity Investments

The UK challenger Starling Bank announced a £272 million Series D funding round led by Fidelity Management & Research Company.

Revolut has announced launch of Revolut Bank in 10 additional countries

Revolut bank now provides services for European countries including Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Klarna confirms $1bn raise with new valuation at $31 billion

Bloomberg reported that Klarna was in the latest round of financing valued at 31 billion dollars. Klarna now confirms that information in a press release.
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Revolut’s new funding could mean a 10B $ valuation for the company

Revolut is about to step into new fundraising and the new valuation of the company is expected to be at more than $10bn (£7.2bn).

N26 enters the insurance market

N26 is partnering with Simplesurance and launched an "attack on the European insurance industry" and launches first on-demand offer.

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Monzo partnered with RAC to enhance its premium options

Monzo has reached a combined total of 135,000 customers for its two premium bank account options since their launch in 2020 and now it extends their benefits.