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Revolut adds 22 new crypto tokens for UK and EEA traders


Broker Revolut has announced another push for the platform’s investment offering with the release of 22 new crypto tokens. Revolut’s crypto offering reaches 80+ cryptocurrencies supported in the app with these new additions, which represents a growth of x8 times compared to the beginning of the year 2021.

The new crypto announced today are available for customers in the UK and EEA, and it includes the Metaverse token APE, two DeFi tokens: REQ, ETC, and a robust collection of other tokens including CLV, FORTH, AVAX, SAND, GALA, AXS, JASMY, ENS, DASH, FLOW, IMX, CRO, IDEX, REN, SPELL, PERP, BICO, COTI, MLN.

“This is another big year of crypto, and we’ve given a big boost to our offering while empowering people to take more control of their finances and giving them safe access to new tools and services being built in crypto the space,” said Emil Urmanshin, Crypto General Manager at Revolut.

Revolut offers a wide range of financial products through its so-called financial superapp, and crypto is an increasingly popular feature.

How to trade cryptocurrencies with Revolut

There are several ways to buy and sell crypto on Revolut: customers can set up a stop or limit order so they don’t have to time the market, or use the Recurring Buy feature to average out volatility. Customers can also round up spare change during their daily shopping and put it aside in cryptocurrency of their choice.

In Britain, numbers show the increased interest of Revolut customers in crypto assets: this year, the number of British customers buying cryptocurrencies grew by 6%, and the number of transactions they made by 20%, compared with the same period of 2021.

All crypto tokens are available to customers in all plans, and Standard customers can update to paid plans to lower commissions if they are interested. Customers can invest in crypto tokens from $1. For customers in the broker’s Metal plan in the UK, Revolut has released a beta programme for BTC withdrawals.

Revolut also said it is exploring ways to introduce crypto withdrawals in Europe to allow customers to send out their tokens from Revolut to external wallets and exchanges.

Revolut wants to remind its customers that cryptocurrencies are not currently regulated and not protected by investor compensation schemes. Crypto tokens are volatile assets and prices can change fast.

The value of cryptocurrency may go down, as well as up, very quickly, and trading may be subject to tax. While brokers like Revolut believe in widening access to crypto, it may not be appropriate for everyone, so the company and indeed The Armchair Trader encourage its customers to research the various cryptocurrencies and the risks and opportunities before buying or selling.

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This article does not constitute investment advice. Make sure you do your own research or consult a professional advisor.

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