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Revolut currently employs 12 people in Ireland with plans to expand the Irish team to between 40 to 50 people this year

Digital challenger bank Revolut has confirmed it is planning to shift responsibility for its European payments from London to Dublin as a result of Br(...)

Coinbase established an operation in Dublin in 2018, largely as a hedge against Brexit

Coinbase, a digital currency exchange whose backers include Spanish bank BBVA and the New York Stock Exchange, is establishing a second Irish entity (...)

Coinbase was last year valued at $8bn

Coinbase, a digital currency exchange whose backers include Spanish bank BBVA and the New York Stock Exchange, is to expand operations here after secu(...)

Revolut, founded in July 2015 by Nikolay Storonsky,  has raised $340 million in funding to date

Fast-growing fintech Revolut has hired Ulster Bank’s chief administrative officer Joe Heneghan to lead its Irish operations. Mr Heneghan, who has ove(...)

 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: in the penultimate paragraph of his 2018 New Year missive he  said he intended to “go deeper and study” encryption and cryptocurrency. Photograph: Getty Images

Most people missed Mark Zuckerberg’s first hint that Facebook was preparing his boldest bet in years. Buried in the penultimate paragraph of his 2018(...)

Coinbase has more than 25 million users across 53 countries with more than $150 billion traded on its platform to date

Cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin are becoming more socially acceptable, with Central Bank-backed digital currencies likely within the next 10 years. (...)

Revolut is currently opening between 8,000 and 10,000 current accounts daily and transacting more than $4 billion per month in volumes

Digital banking alternative Revolut, which now claims 200,000 Irish customers, has been granted a European banking licence and intends to start accept(...)

The disposable virtual cards will work alongside Revolut’s existing customisable security features.

Revolut, a digital banking alternative that has more than 70,000 customers in Ireland, is to roll out disposable virtual cards in a move aimed at redu(...)

Revolut: the banking start-up said it is signing up between 6,000 and 8,000 customers a day

Revolut, the banking start-up, is looking to more than double the number of customers it has in Ireland, to 150,000 by the end of 2018, after announci(...)

Revolut has gained 39,212 customers locally, with almost 10,000 customers having joined in the last three months alone

Revolut, an app-based banking alternative, which has almost 40,000 customers in Ireland, has raised $66 million (€58 million) in a Series B round to f(...)

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