When the British fintech hope Revolut expanded to Germany in September 2017, it said it already had 50,000 German customers. By the end of the year it should be 100,000, a year later 300,000, founder Nikolay Storonsky announced to the founding scene at the time. “Revolut starts in Germany to end the party of traditional German banks,” said a press release on the launch.
The ambitious announcement was followed two months later by a historic appearance by Storonsky in Berlin. On stage, he publicly persecuted N26 founder Valentin Stalf – after the panel at the latest, it was clear to everyone that the two would no longer be friends.
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