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Digital banking platform Revolut launches in five more countries

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LONDON (Reuters) – Digital banking platform Revolut said it was launching a streamlined version of its app in Sri Lanka, Chile, Ecuador, Azerbaijan and Oman, allowing customers to transfer money to over 50 countries using more than 30 currencies. The London-based company said there would be no fee for customers transferring to other Revolut customers, while transfers to non-Revolut accounts would incur a 1% fee, with a $1 minimum, in the five new countries. Revolut, which has grown its range of products to include payments services, crypto trading, savings accounts and stock trading since laun…

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