Curve, you can group all your your credit cards into one curve London fintech Maps and applications that facilitate the management of your expenses are always faced with minor problems of recognition. Even if no one does what Curve is doing, the product is innovative in many ways like the "time travel and financial" feature. It is a proposition that no one acquires it before registration and uses it. But once they do, they tend to stay. It is said that the maintenance rate far exceeds the industry average (70%).
Three years have passed since the launch, the road map is much more advanced. The sum of that part makes sales of Curve even easier. And in particular, in order to convince you that you leave other debit cards and credit cards at home, companies that want to create a "card for all controls" must cover several bases It is from. Of these, of course, the overseas exchange costs are cheap. Or better zero Fee
Enter the last update of the curve. This will introduce "actual exchange rate, no hidden fee". So far, Curve has provided better exchange rates and a better commission structure than most major banks (about 1-2% of MasterCard's competitive exchange rate), but the best in the market There was no. There are something like Revolut, Starling, TransferWise, Monzo, or Tandem depending on your use case for convenience of price and your trend.
For this purpose, the founder fintech reorganized the platform's exchange line over the past 6 months and challenged the much more difficult currency conversion and selling point.
"Our zero effect proposal is based on Curve's innovative technology and we can trade FX to cards that users have loaded onto Curve Wallet.
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