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Expanding Horizons: bunq Unveils Cashback and Savings in Multiple Currencies, Empowering Digital Nomads and Environmental Consciousness
bunq becomes the first EU neobank to launch the highest cash payouts for its users, allowing them to earn money while they’re spending with bunq.
With their innovative business models, lower costs, and superior user experience, neobanks have become popular among millennials, tech-savvy customers, and small business owners.
With a focus on innovation and customer needs, the future looks bright for the industry.
In this episode, we took up the challenge to compare the incomparable. The US and European banking scene from Features and UX...
Revolut bank now provides services for European countries including Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Peter Trebelev, Head of Growth at Rizq: “The market is so saturated, that only niche propositions have the potential to survive.”
Rizq is a UK-based Islamic digital challenger bank and it is preparing for its launch this summer. The challenger bank aims to solve mainstream banking issues for Muslims in the West, which is in line with their values and lifestyle.
The German key player Commerzbank announced that it would not sell its Polish subsidiary mBank after all, citing poor market conditions.
Blossom Capital’s ‘Cultivate’ is an angel program seeking to back European unicorns. Ophelia Brown from BC has described it as “the first-of-its-kind investor platform.”
According to data gathered by Finanso.se the European digital payments market is expected to hit a record $802 billion transaction value in 2020, which means a 9.9% yearly growth rate.
In this blog, we will explore two exciting developments that have everyone talking about Nubank: its potential for exponential growth in share value and its remarkable expansion to serve more than 90 million customers across Latin America.
By 2030, we can expect digital wallets to become the preferred payment instrument, offering a myriad of non-payment-related services for consumers.
ABN AMRO, one of the leading Dutch banks, has partnered with Tokeny to tokenize a green bond on a public blockchain.
A recent study by Konsentus, a leading open banking-based Software-as-a-Service platform, sheds light on the global spread of open banking initiatives.