Bundil

Invest your spare change into crypto and other assets 💸

Bundil allows you to automatically invest your spare change from everyday purchases into cryptocurrency.

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Reviews

  • Margie Brinker
    Margie BrinkerVirtual Executive Assistant
    Pros: 

    Bundil is a simple way for someone 'new' to the crypto game to jump on board.

    Cons: 

    None - For $1 a month (paid yearly) can't pass it up.

    The app offers you the choice of choosing which type of cryptocurrency you would like to purchase - and the ability to switch to another as you move forward.

    Margie Brinker has used this product for one week.
  • Jason Caston
    Jason CastonFounder of @Composioco
    Pros: 

    integrated with coinbase, easy passive investing, you can move your crypto as you please

    Cons: 

    android app is still in development

    this app is pretty awesome, no complaints

    Jason Caston has used this product for one week.

Discussion

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Vlad Stan
Vlad Stan@vladstan · Co-founder & CEO of Futuristico
If I use this app, I will own the coins I'm buying, or it will be part of a fund? If I hold them, how can I get private keys?
Vlad Stan
Vlad Stan@vladstan · Co-founder & CEO of Futuristico
@noahbrinker nice. Another question: It looks like now you can do this only if you have a bank account in the US, any plans to launch it in Europe or other parts of the world?
Aleksander Skjoelsvik
Aleksander Skjoelsvik@alekplay · I like making things
Looks great, and love the fact that it links to your Coinbase account instead of being part of some fund you control - although this does raise the barrier to entry as users must by KYC'd and sign up for Coinbase first which can be a hassle. What are some of the regulatory hurdles you've faced/ are facing surrounding automatically buying crypto for your users - are you able to circumvent most of that by funneling everything (asset management, order processing, etc.) through Coinbase? Does Coinbase charge the user directly?
Aleksander Skjoelsvik
Aleksander Skjoelsvik@alekplay · I like making things
@noahbrinker I can’t seem to find any information regarding pricing in the app without fully signing up - what do you charge users?
Aleksander Skjoelsvik
Aleksander Skjoelsvik@alekplay · I like making things
I meant perhaps you could share some more information surrounding the plans, their limitations, and how they’re implemented. It seems you are not using Apple In-App Purchases for example.
Benjamin Lupton
Benjamin Lupton@balupton · Founder, Bevry
Why is this not available on the Australian iTunes Store?
Robert Magrino
Robert Magrino@rmagrino · Looking for the best new things
I registered but I am prompted for a payment option of $2 a month/$12 year. Why happens to the coins if I discontinue the service? Where will the coins reside?
Pat Gallagher
Pat Gallagher@pat_gallagher · new investor
@rmagrino @noahbrinker Can you withdraw funds from your account?