Curve works particularly well for pushing the monthly Fx and ATM withdrawal limits of a free Swiss-based Revolut card. You just need to have a valid EU address from which to open a free Curve account, then add your Swiss Revolut card to curve.
Then make sure your Revolut card currency in Curve is set to CHF. All in all, you get EUR 200 (e.g ~CHF 215) more a month in free ATM withdrawals above the already existing monthly CHF 200 limit on your Revolut.
And what’s even more handy, is that you get EUR 500 (e.g.~CHF 535) more a month in non-fee FX (at interbank rate) in addition to the monthly CHF 1000 non-fee interbank FX of your Revolut. Being a Mastercard, Curve is naturally accepted widely everywhere around the world. Great for long vacations overseas!
So overall, that’s what I use my free Curve account for: pretty handy. I know MP uses (Transfer)Wise after hitting the CHF 1000 Revolut FX limit, but using Curve is definately the cheaper option as you don’t get charged the more expensive FX rate of Wise and stay at the interbank FX rate.
My 4 cents.
Edit: the monthly limit of EUR 500 non-fee FX and the monthly limit of EUR 200 ATM withdrawal are non-existent in the country where you opened your Curve account. This means that if you are an expat living in Switzerland and go back see home for a while you virtually have a free Revolut card acting as a metal Revolut card - unlimited ATM withdrawals and FX interbank exchange - provided you use Curve to operate your Revolut. Good deal if you ask me.