Country ranking by user number

20 BGN (10 EUR) in BG, maybe in markets where they want to increase user mass the award to be bigger? (as I see Poland is quite high in the chart)

That’s plausible but it’s still disappointing that Polish users get offered less than half what anyone else does.

Note: my previous attempt at replying had Vebaev’s quote auto-removed for some reason.

60.000 in Bulgaria

Source: https://www.capital.bg/biznes/moiat_kapital/2019/08/16/3951384_noviiat_bezplaten_broker/

Rank Country Users Date
1 :uk: United Kingdom 3,000,000 July 30 2019
2 :fr: France 550,000 Feb 21, 2019
3 :poland: Poland 510,000 July 22, 2019
4 :romania: Romania 250,000 May 9, 2019
5 :de: Germany 250,000 July 10, 2019
6 :es: Spain 200,000 Dec 13, 2018
7 :ireland: Ireland 200,000 Dec 13, 2018
8 :greece: Greece 190,000 Jan 19, 2019
9 :lithuania: Lithuania 175,000 Feb 21, 2019
10 :portugal: Portugal 120,000 Feb 21, 2019
11 :switzerland: Switzerland 110,000 Apr 12, 2019
12 :it: Italy 100,000 Jan 7, 2019
13 :malta: Malta 100,000 Aug 1, 2019
14 :czech_republic: Czech Republic 90,000 July 22, 2019
15 :hungary: Hungary 88,000 Aug 14, 2019
16 :bulgaria: Bulgaria 60,000 Aug 16, 2019
17 :austria: Austria 50,000 Feb 26, 2018
18 :latvia: Latvia 40,000 Apr 1, 2019
19 :belgium: Belgium 30,000 Nov 22, 2018
20 :netherlands: Netherlands 30,000 Jun 7, 2018
21 :sweden: Sweden 30,000 Apr 8, 2019
22 :slovakia: Slovakia 25,000 July 22, 2019
23 :croatia: Croatia 20,000 Jun 6, 2019
24 :slovenia: Slovenia 18,000 Sep 18, 2018
25 :norway: Norway 17,000 Dec 26, 2018
26 :cyprus: Cyprus 15,000 Sep 4, 2018
27 :estonia: Estonia 12,000 Feb 21, 2019
28 :finland: Finland 5,000 Sep 16, 2018
29 :denmark: Denmark ?
30 :australia: Australia ?
TOTAL 6,285,000

The Austria figure is now 18 months out of date. Wonder where they’re at now.

Can we remember that they’re going to give an amount relevant to the country you live in?

10€ here can buy you less than the equivalent in PLN, so you’re actually getting similar if not a better deal than I am (considering I spent over that on a single small dish at an okay restaurant in Paris) since your cost of living is lower.

People need to stop looking for things to complain about. Don’t do the conversion.

Just look at how much you can buy with 20PLN. That’s like a kebab, of which I’d pay 8-9€ for here.

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But that is not true, the big variation between Sweden and Denmark is not in any way related to the general price level in the two countries…

I don’t think prices in Sweden are 4 times higher than in Poland either to be honest, Sweden only has about 30 000 :r: users however while Poland has more than ½ a milion. This is probably the true reason behind the differences.

I don’t know about those two countries - but I imagine in general this was what they’re playing around with

I imagine it’s probably closer to 4x than 1-2x though to be fair - Nordics are very expensive in comparison to Poland

Oh no, Poland is cheaper than sweden for certain but in no way 1/4 of the prices, even half prices would be enough to raise an eye brow.

I think revolut is “paying” for growth in markets with low customer base. Countries with a big customer base will have better organic growth due to word by mouth.

Unfortunately Swedes are very reluctant to move to a new bank over all, many have the same account and bank Mom and Dad once opened for them in their childhood.

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