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Global Banking News-January 18, 2018--Curve launches services in Ireland

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Global Banking News - 18 January 2018

Connected finance start-up, Curve, has launched its services in Ireland after a beta-testing phase, Irish Times has reported.

More than 100,000 people signed up during the beta testing phase of Curve's platform, which saw customers spend about GBP100m in about 100 nations. The new app is claimed to simplify personal finance management by consolidating various bank accounts to just one card and a secure mobile app.

The Curve card is accepted anywhere where MasterCard is accepted. New customers can download the app, securely add their existing cards and start spending from all their accounts. Users set a default spending card and change it any time with a swipe in the app.

Shachar Bialick, founder and chief of Curve, said, 'Most consumers want the benefits of using multiple banks, cards and services, so they can make the most of their money. But managing it all and keeping on top of your spend isn't easy. Now, it's as simple as downloading the Curve app and getting started - with one card for all your spending, and one app to help you stay on track. It's like having a 'mission control for money', in your pocket.'

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Date:Jan 18, 2018
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