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Mintos recently launched Invest & Access as a new, simplified way to invest on the platform and to cash out more easily. I can’t help but think that they were at least partly inspired by Bondora Go & Grow, which I’ve been using since September of last year.

I’m going to compare the two peer to peer platforms and test out which one is better for short-term investments in P2P lending.

To find out, I invested 1.000€ on both Mintos Invest & Access and Bondora Go & Grow on June 12th. Over the coming weeks and months, I’ll review which one offers the better experience, higher returns and how much money we can withdraw at different points in time.

Update (October 2nd): 16-Week Update added!

About a week ago I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend Bernhard Hummel, an investor and entrepreneur from Austria. He currently has over 150.000€ invested in Peer to Peer Lending, generating over 1.500 Euros monthly passive income.

As a result of his investments in P2P lending and equities, he would already be able to stop working and live purely off his passive income in his thirties, if he wanted to.

It’s not often you get to talk to someone with this much skin-in-the-game and experience with P2P lending and the stock market.

I hope you’ll enjoy the interview as much as I did!

The hottest June in history and the first ever P2P Conference has passed, which means it’s time for a new P2P lending income update!

I’ll show you my numbers for the month of June 2019. As usual, you’ll see exactly how much money I have invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits & withdrawals and of course, my crowdlending returns for the month.

Let’s get into it!

The month of May is behind us, which means it’s time for my latest P2P lending income update before I fly to the P2P Conference in Riga!

Today I’ll go over my numbers for May 2019. You’ll be able to see exactly how much money I have invested on each peer to peer platform, my deposits and withdrawals, as well as my crowdlending returns for the month.

Shall we get to it?