Mauricio Paim

UX Designer Joined over 2 years ago

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  • Posted to What's going on with DesignerNews?, May 03, 2019

    There is people here, there is content. Not sure what is happening.

    Now people moving to reddit? Doesn't make sense, we as designers should be able to find a better solution than leaving DN.

    No feelings regards DN however it has served well the community so far.

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  • Posted to What's going on with DesignerNews?, in reply to Aaron Wears Many Hats , May 03, 2019

    I share the same thought.

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, in reply to Jesse C. , Apr 26, 2019

    hahahah sounds like you have a big wallet too. Cool man, same here, gotta love betas :)

    Now, last question: from the ones you mentioned, which one you like more and why? My personal choice is Transferwise, as it is all-in-one and works good for what I need(transfer money between 3 different continents, between my own accounts.)

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, in reply to Jesse C. , Apr 24, 2019

    +1

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, in reply to Jesse C. , Apr 23, 2019

    Can you tell me which one you use and why? Just for curiosity reasons. Myself use Transferwise for transfering money from Brazil to Belgium and across europe. I have N26, but don't use anymore as often

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, in reply to Jesse C. , Apr 23, 2019

    Yes you are right somehow. However I don't see a lot of difference on what value is being offered between Monzo, Revolut, Transferwise, Starling. They look very similar Thanks for pointing out Starling which is new to me :)

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, in reply to David Luhman , Apr 23, 2019

    https://revolv.com/ This one you mean?

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, in reply to Bart S , Apr 18, 2019

    Didn't know that, good to know. I do use Transferwise(UK) and N26(DE) that does feel a lot more flexible and modern.

    However looking at producthunt today, I found this: https://bankin.com/en/home.html

    Which is already interesting. :)

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  • Posted to Rollie – Spending Tracker, Apr 17, 2019

    Gotta love that Landing Page.

    Anyways guys, I see a lot of fintechs and investing apps coming out in North America but can't find similar apps or solutions in EU.

    I am assuming that the issue is either: People are not willing to use investing and banking connected apps or There is a gap in the EU apps market to be filled.

    I mean, there is no Easy Invest/Begginers apps that I know. And there are a lack of solutions that connect to your bank(s) to give you a more dashboard overview of your spending/finances.

    Maybe I am just thinking too much about this and being too superficial, however, this is the impression I have when I look at producthunt or designernews new apps.

    Just sharing this thought :)

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  • Posted to Matador launched: Free stock trading + Social feed of trades + 2.5% on cash, Mar 28, 2019

    Congrats. Meanwhile in EU, not seeing similar apps, if anyone knows please let me know.

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