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FinTech Startup Curve Adds £2m to Seed Round, Brings Total to £3.5m

TECH CITY NEWS, 19 SEPTEMBER 2016

 
 

Are Fintechs helping banks evolve or planning a revolution?

THE GUARDIAN 9TH APRIL 2016

 
 

Meet Curve, the latest London fintech firm that wants to simplify your digital spending

VENTUREBEAT 17 FEBRUARY 2016

 
 

End of bulging purses? ‘Curve’ rolls all your bank cards into one

THE DAILY MAIL 17 FEBRUARY 2016

Developed by a London-based start-up, Curve lets users combine an unlimited number of bank cards into one physical payment card, which is accepted everywhere MasterCards work.

 

Curve wants to turn your bank into another dumb pipe

THE NEXT WEB 17 FEBRUARY 2016

London-Based Curve De-Cloaks With All Your Bank Cards In One, And Broader Fintech Convergence Play

TECHCRUNCH 17 FEBRUARY 2016

 

MasterCard And Curve Merge Physical, Digital Payments

CITY AM 18 FEBRUARY 2016

 

A week with Curve

TED TRUSCOTT 17 FEBRUARY 2016

 

‘Curve’ is an all-in-one credit card contender vying to replace your wallet

NEOWIN 17 FEBRUARY 2016

Curve, an all-in-one credit card, is vying to replace your wallet. But, unlike competitors, the Curve card offers compatibility with chip and pin, magnetic stripe and contactless technology.

 

Curve bids to bridge the gap between cards and mobile payments

FINEXTRA 17 FEBRUARY 2016

Curve, a London-based startup that aims to bridge the gap between card-based and mobile payments by replacing multiple cards with a single piece of plastic and a mobile app, has launched with support from a group of notable fintech investors, including Taavet Hinrikus of TransferWise and Ricky Knox of challenger bank Tandem.

 

MasterCard And Curve Merge Physical, Digital Payments

PYMNTS.COM 18 FEBRUARY 2016

 

Backed by European fintech entrepreneurs, London payments startup Curve unveils bank card killer

PAYMENTEYE 17 FEBRUARY 2016

 

London Startup Curve to Close the Gap between Traditional and Mobile Payments

YAHOO FINANCE UK 17 FEBRUARY 2016

Today, Curve launches to simplify payments and reshape people’s experience of managing their money. The London-based startup allows people to combine an unlimited number of bank cards into one physical payment card, accepted everywhere MasterCard cards work.

 

The Only Card You Need to Carry, Curve Emerges from Stealth Mode

FIN TECH | FINANCE MAGNATES 18 FEBRUARY 2016

Emerging from stealth mode to public beta this week is Curve with their all encompassing bank card that connects to all of your existing ones

 

UK start-up Curve launches all-in-one payment card

BANKING TECHNOLOGY 18 FEBRUARY 2016

London-based start-up Curve has launched a physical payment card that can combine an unlimited number of bank cards into one place, and has Apple Pay in its sights.

 

Curve launch – The embodiment of the Faster Plastic Horse?

ADEN DAVIES 17 FEBRUARY 2016

Following on from my recent post about Faster Plastic Horse, and the importance of plastic cards for a long time yet, I was contacted by Anna Mostyn-Williams of Curve asking if I would like to find…

 

London Startup Curve to Close the Gap between Traditional and Mobile Payments

REUTERS 17 FEBRUARY 2016

London Startup Curve to Close the Gap between Traditional and Mobile Payments. Built on the MasterCard® Network, Curve Simplifies Payments and Helps Everyone Become Savvier With Their Money. Today, Curve launches to simplify payments and reshape people’s experience of managing their money.

 

Fintech startup Curve raises $2m in Seed Round

TECH CITY NEWS 10 DECEMBER 2015

London fintech startup Curve has raised $2m in a Seed Round including investment from Speedinvest, Seedcamp and the Mayor of London’s London Co-Investment Fund.

 

Stealthy London Startup Curve Raises $2M From Notable Fintech Backers

TECHCRUNCH 10 DECEMBER 2015

Stealthy London-based fintech startup Curve has closed a $2 million seed round from a rather notable list of early backers.

Curve combines a person’s credit and debit cards into one single payment card which is accepted everywhere MasterCard® works, with Chip and Pin, magstripe and Contactless technology. By uniting existing cards in a single place, users access low foreign exchange rates with no fees, see and label transactions from all accounts in one screen in real-time and stay secure with the ability to instantly lock and unlock their Curve card with the click of a button in-app. Curve puts users back at the centre of their financial world, without changing their behaviour or bank.

Built on the MasterCard network, Curve’s design and technology offers bank level fraud protection.

Curve is free to use, with an initial one off cost of £35, and will be available first on iOS across the UK and the European Economic Area.

MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. The card is issued by Wirecard Card Solutions Ltd (WDCS) pursuant to license by MasterCard International Inc. WDCS is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority to conduct electronic money service activities under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (Ref: 900051)

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