Country ranking by user number

Shoutout to the one guy in :luxembourg: using :r:!

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That would be @achraf at

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This was posted today with the sad news that two traditional Portuguese banks are going to charge fees for :r: top ups.

Plus they claim :r: has now more than 400,000 users in Portugal :portugal:.

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The google-translated version of that article states the fee only applies to credit cards, which is fair enough, I guessss.

And another thing, do we even know how Revolut defines “a user”. It could be like Netflix’s viewer statistics: Just watch a Revolut ad on Facebook, and you are a Revolut user :joy::joy::joy:

In the local press, Romania seems to have topped France, and take the second place, with more than 1 million users.

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200 000 users in Czechia :czech_republic:

https://www.czechcrunch.cz/2020/02/revolut-se-nadechuje-k-dalsimu-rustu-nova-investice-ve-vysi-500-milionu-dolaru-zvysuje-jeho-hodnotu-na-55-miliardy/

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200k in Bulgaria:

According to latest article in well known local media (DELFI) Revolut clients in Lithuania - more than 300 000 , clients in Latvia - above 135 000.

Over 1m in PL

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1M in Ireland

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Its time for updating the total number of Revolut users

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Yes, it is only for credit cards and they always charged. It’s simply that they were charging as cash advance in the past and now they’ve created a “quasi cash” fee that more closely reflects what a Revolut top up is. In other words, no change at all except for the name of the fee they’re charging

Also, according to a new article Portugal is now at over 500.000 and Spain at 600.000

In Czech Republic - 200 000 users.