The digital payment company Revolut is giving its millions of customers a unique new way to earn cryptocurrency.
The company is launching a new debit card with a cash rebate of 1% that can be redeemed in one of the company's 25 available cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and Litecoin. This 1% is earned on all card transactions made outside Europe. Transactions in Europe earn 0.1%.
Card holders will also have unions and a number of additional benefits.
"While the new plan is already packed with a host of exclusive benefits, Revolut will continually improve the package with extra benefits such as wholesale rates at international airport lounges, family accounts, unlimited single use virtual cards and extra incentives for the highly anticipated Revolut non-committal trading platform that will be launched shortly
The new metal card is completely contactless and has been designed with meticulous attention to detail, with three times the weight of a normal card, Revolut Metal is made of a single sheet of steel reinforced with a diamond tip, the paint particles have been superimposed on the board using a physical vapor deposition, with the details of the customers engraved on the board using a high precision laser. "
The London-based Revolut aims to destroy traditional banks. Its app allows customers to buy and sell cryptocurrency, as well as make instant money transfers through interbank rates in over 120 countries and over 130 currencies, saving up to eight percent.
Revolut is a runaway success. It has 2.5 million customers with a total transaction volume of over $ 22 billion to date. The company says it is recording 6,000 new customers a day.
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