Revolut launches crypto tracking feature for retail customers

Revolut has launched a range of new features for retail customers, including the ability to track price movements, set limits and stop orders with cryptocurrencies and commodities.

The FinTech is also introducing a new browser extension called ‘Revolut Shopper,’ which helps customers get discounts at the checkout using virtual cards. The browser extension acts as a deal finder and automatically finds and applies discount codes.

Customers can also now use the web app to manage their Revolut account from a desktop and have access to purchase protection and other insurance benefits on paid plans.

“We’re constantly innovating and creating new products and features that customers can use and benefit from in their everyday lives, simply and easily, straight from their phone app and now on the Web App,” said Phuc To, head of retail at Revolut. “We have just launched Revolut Shopper, a browser extension that helps customers get the best deals and shop securely at the same time. We will continue to add new handy tools to help our customers manage their financial lives smoothly and all from one useful app.”

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