Revolut Banking App Now Supports Bitcoin Cash & Ripple For Payments


Mobile banking is a sure convenience for most individuals. With mobile banking, users can manage transactions quickly and easily. The only trouble with most banking apps is that they may not provide users with all of the capabilities they want. Fortunately, those who are interested in effectuating payments using Bitcoin Cash and Ripple may finally be able to do so – so long as they use a specific payment application.

A new fintech platform called Revolut, which is based in Europe, has recently announced that its platform is being revamped to also manage bitcoin cash and ripple payments. Upgrading the platform to a banking service made it fit for not only those who are interested in traditional baking capabilities, but also people interested in digital currency transactions.

According to the application, its new move has led to a “roadmap [that] has never been more exciting.” Keep in mind that those who do decide to use the Revolut banking app for their digital transactions will be charged a fee. Fortunately, the fee is significantly lower than most other platforms. For instance, here Revolut will charge its platform’s users a 1.5% markup. Further, it is important note that this platform is only available throughout Europe – for now. Therefore, those who life in North America and elsewhere may need to wait a bit longer for a new platform to serve their digital currency transaction needs though a mobile device.

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