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The Next Big Remittance Revolut(ion)


Whether you’re a traveller, digital nomad or migrant worker, we all strive to find the best deal when using a debit or credit card abroad. Essentially, we all want the best rates and minimal ATM or transactional fees.

As I’m sat here writing this blog post in Bali, I want to share with you my thoughts on Revolut, a relatively new London-based fintech start-up company that launched in 2015. As many industry experts like to say, Revolut has been #disruptive, making big strides in the money transfer industry, including entering the highly competitive remittances sphere.

Why did I choose Revolut?

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