- Revolut accidentally shared that customers can withdraw Bitcoin from the platform.
- The announcement was posted early due to a scheduling error.
- The platform aims to add more digital assets for withdrawal.
London-based digital bank Revolut has accidentally published that paid customers will withdraw Bitcoin from the platform. The company made the announcement early through a blog post due to a scheduling error. They then removed the post, as reported by AltFi.
In the post, Revolut showed that besides Bitcoin, the platform plans on adding more digital assets for withdrawal. Originally, they meant to release the update on Thursday next week.
“Huge Revolut milestone to announce. Our public beta for crypto withdrawals has now soft-launched for all eligible users (UK metal customers). And . . . our first user who is not a Rev employee has now successfully withdrawn Bitcoin to their own wallet, and this transaction is recorded on the blockchain.”
In order to withdraw Bitcoin, Revolut added that users will only add a wallet address, access the crypto, and enter the asset amount. As a beta version, metal paying customers will limit withdrawing £1,000 per month or £500 per day.
Back in early April, Revolut also shared that it will add more crypto to its traders. In line with the increasing interest in crypto in 2021, these tokens have recently become very popular.
To clarify, they added tokens like The Graph, Uniswap, Synthetix, Yearn Finance, UMA, Bancor, Filecoin, Numeraire, Loopring, Orchid, and Cardano. Moreover, just as their values will spike even higher, so will Revolut’s interest in them.