Revolut was created in 2015 in the UK. It started small but currently has more than 15 million customers worldwide. It now works as a fully functioning digital alternative to traditional banks.
You’re given an IBAN and BIC when you open an account, just as you would if you were to open a regular bank account in a conventional bank. Revolut is licensed as a Lithuanian bank, so expect your banking credentials to match that.
One of the features that can make Revolut appealing is its offering of cryptocurrencies and the possibility to invest in stock. All that combined with the money transferring and banking capabilities make this firm one of the most sought-after fintech companies in the world.