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I think that’s where many start-ups get their views of the world wrong, as they think it’s a tech change that makes them cool.
It is cool, but it hasn’t changed the core bank product stack. Chime Chime (chimebank.com) is a San Francisco-based start-up with a mission to help our members lead healthier financial lives.
Quite a few attacked the idea you could make sustainable business out of taking percentage points off interchange fees, but hey, that’s how banks and card companies have made a sustainable business for the past fifty years, so you’re not getting away with that one. N26 N26 is a young company based in Berlin that aims to revolutionize the traditional banking industry and how people spend, save and send money. Founded by financial and tech industry veterans Chris Britt and Ryan King, Chime is the leading branchless bank account designed to help people avoid fees, save money automatically, and improve their finances.
What did strike me as we had all this dialogue though, is that all of the banks revenue models of payments and lending are being eaten, leaving them with pure deposits. All in all, I’m not saying that the firms above had nothing innovative or that banks are safe, just that it would be nice to see more companies focused upon changing the product stack than just the technology stack of financial services. We’ve created a new approach to banking that doesn’t rely on fees or profit from members’ misfortune or mistakes.
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