Are there costs for using Daalder?

No, Daalder is free. You pay no (hidden) fees for using Daalder!

Are there costs for using Daalder?

Is Daalder payment secure?

Yes, Daalder complies with the Single Euro Payments Area regulations as set out by the European Union. What’s more, you can't lose Daalders. Even if you lose your smartphone, your Euro's remain securely stored in our system.

Is Daalder payment secure?

Is Daalder like Bitcoin?

No, Daalder is a digital euro, not a new currency. Unlike Bitcoins, you can’t lose Daalders. Daalder complies with the Single Euro Payments Area regulations as set out by the European Union. Your Euro's are kept securely in our system.

Is Daalder like Bitcoin?

Can I borrow money from Daalder?

No, Daalder is not a bank.

Can I borrow money from Daalder?

What would I need to do if my Daalder funds were too low to make a payment?

You can credit your Daalder e-wallet with more euros whenever you like. To do so, you can use iDeal. You only need to press one button — quick and easy. Top ups via creditcard or PayPal will be available soon.

What would I need to do if my Daalder funds were too low to make a payment?

What is the difference between having a Daalder e-wallet and having an e-wallet from a bank?

Daaler is Europe’s first independent E-Wallet. The Daalder App can be downloaded every smartphone and is not tied to a bank or mobile provider.

What is the difference between having a Daalder e-wallet and having an e-wallet from a bank?

Does Daalder pay me interest?

No, Daalder doesn’t work like a bank. With Daalder, shopkeepers pay a lower transaction fee than they would to a bank, meaning ultimately that you can enjoy attractive discounts.

Does Daalder pay me interest?

Is Daalder a bank?

No. One of the very reasons Daalder was set up was to avoid the high transactions fees that banks charge to businesses. With Daalder, shopkeers pay a lower fee and can avoid the high costs of card transactions. Paying via Daalder is quicker and cheaper than paying via a bank.

Is Daalder a bank?