Due to the impact of the global economic crisis, Revolut launched a cryptocurrency trading account service that was originally limited to advanced users to ordinary users

British technology financial application Revolut announced the launch of a cryptocurrency service for all ordinary users, opening cryptocurrency accounts and transactions for ordinary users at a fixed fee of 1.5% each (the service will rise to 2.5% for ordinary users in May), the service Originally limited to advanced users and Metal card users, Revolut said the move was due to the impact of the global economic crisis, thereby expanding the user range earlier than expected. Revolut first introduced support for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin (LTC) at the end of 2017, and later added XRP. In February of this year, the app has grown into one of Europe’s most valuable fintech companies. Last month, Revolut announced its official entry into the US market, and its applications supporting cryptocurrency and stock trading services are available for download and use by all residents in the United States. Lianwen previously reported that Revolut announced in February this year that it had completed a $ 500 million Series D financing led by venture capital agency TCV at a valuation of $ 5.5 billion. Other investors include DST Global, Index Ventures, Balderton Capital, and others.