Joust Exits Beta and Launches New Banking App for Gig Economy Workers

Joust is a new digital bank that is focused on the growing segment of gig economy workers and freelancers; they have announced their app is exiting beta with the added functionality of an analytics dashboard, debit card management, invoice creation and payments functionality. Joust’s CEO and co-Founder, Lamine Zarrad, said, “We are thrilled to announce our new app. Since our beta launch, we have kept a steady eye on our users and really dug deep into our product feedback. Our users are risk-takers who want one place to easily manage their finances. They wanted a modern, streamlined user experience, ways to quickly visualize their finances, and manage clients, income and payments.” Tearsheet

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