Fidor.de account opening is quick (there is a webcam/mobile interview). Also, a rudimentary knowledge of German language would be good - not for the interview, but the website.
Now you got me confusedDon't you have to be a resident of Germany to open an account there?
It says for the Smart Current Account:
- You must be at least 18 years of age and a resident of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Yes, I do have a personal account with them. Opened with a passport in about 15 minutes.Have you tested the account opening with Fidor bank if I may ask? I tried for some time ago but never got an account nor did I get any response from their so called support
The last time I checked it was not possible. I will have a look at this again to see if it will work out the same way for me. Thanks for the info.Yes, I do have a personal account with them. Opened with a passport in about 15 minutes.
Edit: I'm not a German resident, however I am an EU resident.
I do have a recently opened Fidor account. My address in Fidor system is outside Germany, my address proof was not from Germany etc. It is possible, though, that I accidentally slipped through bureaucracy.Almost not possible that you have a Fidor Account without being a permanent German resident.
I don't have (other than Fidor ). It was not asked during the account opening process.
Oh that something interesting, i will try to open an account with them later, because i feel the website is complicated =D
for TW i use it with Crypto.com and its work good, but ofcourse i wait for 1 day to the amount to be funded in the account and i try for small amount never did it with big,
as i understand from some threads here that TW can be ok for sending and receiving from crypto if the amounts are small.
Yes crypto.com is good because they provide dedicated IBAN personal to load your account just as wirex or Bitwala.
Xapo.com also provides dedicated IBAN (same bank as crypto.com). When you send funds to an account in which you are the beneficiary, I think there are fewer risks than services like Revolut or TW refuse the transfer.
If you do not mind paying a little commission, there are also exchanges such as Luno or Bitpanda that allow you to deposit with Sofort or IDEAL for those who have accounts in Bunq or N26 for example.