This article is worrying but I wonder if we can really trust zerohedge.com because I read few more articles there and the structure makes me think of fake news or conspiratorial news. And I was right, after a research on zerohedge.com I found this:
Zero Hedge’s content has been classified as anti-establishment, conspiratorial, and economically pessimistic, and has been criticized for presenting extreme and sometimes pro-Russian views.
But I agree with one aspect on that article: Diversify savings across banks and in different countries.
It’s why I agree somehow with @badskittler if transfer all their assets to Lithuania then we’ll have to be very careful with our Revolut accounts.
I already don’t use much my account because I found the online support being not reliable and not professional. Actually because of them I lost a special offer I was offered (a free contactless card + free delivery). So I don’t really trust Revolut at the moment.