Move over, Apple, Step launches 5% savings account
Customers who qualify for the 5% savings account will also earn points on purchases at select merchants as part of Step's elevated rewards program.
Charli D’Amelio-endorsed fintech Step borrows $300M to bring crypto to teens
The last bull market created a new wave of investors as more and more people decided to make their first foray into the markets. Step, a digital banking service geared toward teens and young adults, i
Does it smell like teen spirit, or teen bankruptcy?
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The second shot is kicking in
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Teen banking service Step raises $50M, adds TikTok star Charli D’Amelio to investor list
Step, a mobile banking service aimed at teens, announced this morning it has raised $50 million in Series B funding after growing to over 500,000 users only two months after its official launch. The r
Step raises $22.5M led by Stripe to build no-fee banking services for teens
The smartphone revolution has well and truly disrupted the world of banking. A wide range of startups have cropped up that have completely removed the need to make visits to physical branches to open
Step targets teens and parents with a no-fees mobile bank account and Visa card
A new mobile banking startup called Step wants to help bring teenagers and other young adults into the cashless era. Today, cash is used less often, as more consumers shop online and send money to one
Step Is A Journaling App That Helps You Make Sense Of Your Life
There are already plenty of journaling apps out there, but <a target="_blank" href="http://www.step.pe/">Step</a> stands out as a personal data aggregator that records and helps you make sense of your