Fintech Startup Revolut Presents Exclusive Card With ‘Cashback’ Paid in Five Cryptocurrencies

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    Revolut, a major European digital banking startup, has recently introduced a metal card that offers cashback in five cryptocurrencies, including BTC and ETH

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Revolut, a major European digital banking startup, has recently introduced a metal card that offers cashback in five cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ethereum. European consumers would be able to get 0.1 percent on every transaction (one percent for payments outside of Europe) for £12.99 per month. On top of that, the Revolut Metal venture also provides an opportunity to take advantage of other exclusive offers like free international health insurance coverage.           

Nikolay Storonsky, the company’s chief executive, is certain that the launch of this new exclusive card is only expected to boost the company’s profit. He adds that Revolut is also mulling over opening a new no-fee exchange and expanding into the US market.

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