British financial technology start-up companies began offering Revolut bitcoin transfer function
British financial technology start-up company Revolut will join its accepted currency bitcoin group, due to customer demand. The company has been hailed as the world’s offbeat banking platform, can provide the card to the current exchange rate monetary and credit to buy products for customers in many countries.
British financial technology start-up company Revolut will join its accepted currency bitcoin group
The company has 700 thousand customers, of which 400 thousand people living in the uk. They provide the inter-bank exchange rate, international money transfer fees do not charge. Revolut allows customers to hold 16 in one-time account currency.
Revolut said that users can now use bitcoin to complete the transfer function, like other currencies. They mentioned that the future will add more encryption currency, will soon increase the etheric Fang and Wright currency.
Revolut’s official press release just mentioned, they finally accepted from some of Britain’s most major investors $66 million financing.
Press release said: “we are very excited to announce that we have made some of Europe’s most famous investors, including IndexVentures, BaldertonCapital and RibbitCapital, a $66 million investment in a new round of.”
Revolut allows customers to hold 16 in one-time account currency
The company said the plans for international expansion using these funds to establish itself as a leading platform for consumers and enterprise financial management. They plan to make progress in Asia and North america. They also plan to implement new functionality in their applications.
Finally, companies want to greatly expand their team. They plan to hire more team members, developers and support staff.
When asked about the Reuters founder and CEO Nicola Stolensky (NikolayStoronsky) why create such a company, he said he wanted a “act like banks without application much bureaucracy”. He continued:
“I just don’t love bank. They are too bureaucratic, so many managers do not do anything… If you dismiss 80% bankers, no change.”