Nubank partners with retailers such as Aliexpress for in-app purchases

Apparently, the Nubank has partnered with several retailers to implement an e-commerce section within your app. The information comes through the FinExtra website, where it is said that fintech will enable purchases from online stores such as AliExpress, Dafiti and Magalu through the Nubank app.

Since July this year, Nubank has been offering products from partnerships in its application, such as international transfers through the company Remessa Online. Another partnership made by the digital bank recently offers vehicle credit through the Creditas company.

Nubank CEO David Velez says:

“At Nubank, we’re constantly looking for ways to improve our customers’ lives by making experiences simpler and providing more value for their money. We work closely with our customers to understand their needs and difficulties, and how to build products to meet them. them, creating a ‘Nubank quality standard’ of services that customers have been asking to go beyond financial solutions for years.”

Nubank announces buy and sell shares in the app

In early October this year, Nubank announced that it was bringing the option to buy and sell shares to its application. Currently, fintech uses the “Nu invest” app to offer the service to its customers, as the system is still based on the Easynvest app, one of the largest self-direct digital brokers in Brazil, purchased by the digital bank at the end of 2020. Now, the digital bank has decided to make a public offering of shares (IPO) of the company through the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) offering BDRs for your customers to buy a “little piece” of Nubank.

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