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August 8, 2022
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German challenger pockid targeting Gen Z launches this month

Hamburg-based fintech, Pockid, is going live in Germany this month. The challenger claims to be the first neo bank in Germany to offer a digital banking product that was developed together with Generation Z and is specifically aimed at young people. The start-up’s technology and cards will be powered by European processor PPS, formerly known as PrePay Solutions. Its app is available on both iOS and Android. Users can either sign up to Neo Beginner, or Neo Pro, which start at €2.99 a month. Jes Hennig, pockid’s co-founder and CEO, previously worked on JPMorgan Chase’s Project Dynamo Each account comes…
German challenger pockid targeting Gen Z launches this month

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