Depends on who you are, how much money you're bringing to the table, what your ties are to the US, whether you need a personal or business account, what you expect from the bank, whether you show up in person, and about a dozen other factors. EU passport is a good start but far from everything.
Banks in New York and Miami tend to be the most open-minded to Europeans.
With EU passport you should not have any issues.
If you are able to travel to the U.S. you'll have several options. Please note that BoA, Chase, Wells Fargo now require a proof of a US address.
If you are unable to travel we can assist you with remote opening at good regional bank. This is real bank (not a fintech) FDIC insured (just like any other US-based bank)
Please PM me if you'd like to explore this option.
Johny could you extend on this? Did they required a US PoA?
Did you do regular KYC through the app? Any restrictions?
To the rest:
In Miami Wells Fargo will open you an account without much hassle, bonus points if you speak Spanish as most of the guys there are hispanic immigrants.
I've heard Chase will open you one too but Ive got no personal experience with this.