“0% fee”, like curve “0%”. This is relatively false, you can’t get a 0% always - on weekends you’ll get a markup with both (incl. revolut for business). The closest to the interbank fee you’ll get on the weekend is the MC rate (or if you change using crypto - but anyways that’s slow as it requires bank transfers).
Also please note that both Revolut and Curve don’t support all currencies, only a set of ‘Major’ currencies. For the rest, you’re better off Starling.
However if you’re in the UK it may be worth having a Revolut account and changing ahead of time, with the current fluctuations at least you’re set to get some extra cash.
And a side note - if you’re basing yourself off this PR you’re doing a mistake. Companies are there to make money, one way or another. And the easiest way to bring down a unicorn startup is to give it bad PR. Because, somehow, the market segment that startups target (e.g. young) care about that more than the traditional one.
You shouldn’t be on a company on how it treats its employees - but rather how it treats you and which benefits give you. Because most companies won’t doubt on milking you if you leave them the chance.