The banking app has now opened the floodgates to all users to buy and exchange cryptocurrencies.
Revolut has today announced the official launch of its cryptocurrency functionality, opening up a waitlist for the previously beta-only feature to all users. Once inside Revolut’s app, customers will be able to buy, hold and exchange Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum.
In addition, users will also now be able to purchase cryptocurrency in any of Revolut’s 25 base currencies compared to the beta test which only allowed purchase once converted into EUR or USD.
“Now that we have upgraded and tested our systems, we are able to cope with demand and will avoid disrupting the service for everyone else by rolling this feature out gradually, starting with our Premium customers.”
The platform also recently announced its expansion into travel insurance, using geolocation to provide instant medical and dental cover starting from £1 a day.
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