Revolut: the web app is now available
Revolut: the web app is now available
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Revolut: the web app is now available

By Amelia Tomasicchio - 2 Dec 2020

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Today, December 2nd, Revolut has launched its web app for 13 million customers in Europe, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Switzerland, Japan and the United States

All users will be able to access their account not only via the mobile app but now also via a desktop browser.

This is useful, for example, in cases where a customer has lost their phone or card or had it stolen.

How does the Revolut web app work

The Web App is protected by two-factor identification (2FA) and gives access to the entire Revolut account: from transaction history to physical and digital card management.

Users can also activate and disable cards, lock and unlock the PIN and customize all security settings.

Through the Revolut Web App, it will also be possible to top up the account by bank transfer, debit or credit card, in addition to Apple Pay (using Safari). In case of questions or problems, customers can contact support via webchat.

Nik Storonsky, CEO and founder of Revolut, explained:

“Account access through a browser is highly requested by our customers, so we’re delighted to have built a safe and convenient web app that everyone can use when they need it. Our customers can now access their money anywhere and at any time, even if they don’t have their phone or card, or if they simply prefer checking their account from a computer. It’s great to have the extra convenience and flexibility of an online option”.

To access the Web App, customers can simply visit the login page, enter their phone number and follow the on-screen instructions with a few clicks.

Revolut and crypto

Last October, Revolut also announced a collaboration with Fireblocks to expand its services related to the crypto world.

Fireblocks is a company that deals with the security of infrastructures that store or allow trading with digital assets. 

 

Amelia Tomasicchio

As expert in digital marketing, Amelia began working in the fintech sector in 2014 after writing her thesis on Bitcoin technology. Previously author for several international crypto-related magazines and CMO at Eidoo. She is now the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Cryptonomist. She is also a marketing teacher at Digital Coach in Milan and she is writing a book about NFTs for the Italian publishing house Mondadori, while she is also helping artists and company to entering in the sector.

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