Frost, a Manchester fintech, completes a USD 1.87 million crowdsourcing round


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Frost, a fintech company based in Manchester, has raised £1.87 million through a Seedrs crowdfunding campaign.

The company’s platform gives users a dedicated Visa Debit Card connected to their accounts, allowing users to better manage their financial inflows and outflows. The company claims it will use the money to launch new features, such as broadband switching and carbon comparison ratings.

According to Frost, their new features will allow customers to compare different providers’ offerings with greater knowledge, sustainability, and cost-effectiveness.

Read More: Manchester fintech Frost closes £1.87 million crowdfund round

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