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Dutch Banking Challenger bunq Introduces Joint Accounts for Premium and Business Account Holders

European challenger bank bunq is introducing joint accounts for its Premium and Business account holders. Bunq+1 users will now have the option of opening an account for anyone they want to, which includes their partners and children. Bunq+1 business clients can create new accounts for… Read More

CO2 Free: Challenger Bank bunq Plants Trees with Green Card Launch

Netherlands based challenger bank bunq has announced a new program where its customers may become “CO2 free” in under two years simply by using the bunq Green Card. bunq SuperGreen is a program that for each €100 spent on any bunq card the company will… Read More

Onfido Renews Partnership With European Challenger Bank bunq to Provide Users With Trusted Identity Verification Onboarding Experience

Onfido, a global identity verification provider, announced on Thursday it has extended its partnership with European challenger bank bunq to offer users with a trusted identity verification onboarding experience. The duo further explained: “Onfido’s identity verification solution enables secure and simple onboarding for bunq users…. Read More

Amsterdam-based Fintech Firm Bunq Introduces New “Green Card” with Unique Cashback Offer

Amsterdam-based Fintech firm Bunq is introducing a new metal card, called the Green Card. While traditional banking institutions offer some type of cashback program with premium cards, Bunq aims to offer its own kind of “cashback.” For every €100 (appr. $110) users spend with the… Read More

Amsterdam-based Fintech Firm Bunq Expands to All European Union Countries

Amsterdam-based Fintech firm Bunq announced the launch of 22 new markets on October 1. The financial and information technology company’s services will now be available in all European Union markets. Bunq will also provide services to businesses in Norway and Iceland. Overall, the company’s products… Read More

Dutch Banks Not Serving Blockchain Firms Due to Concerns About Money Laundering

Dutch banks are refusing to serve not only cryptocurrency trading platforms, but also “blockchain consultancies” or any firm using the terms “crypto” or “blockchain” in business filings, Nextens reports. According to the outlet: “An inventory was made in the Cryptocast program of BNR Nieuwsradio. When a… Read More

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