Congratulations to our second bitcoin contest winner!

We’re back at it again with our bitcoin contest draw! Ashley S. from Mono, ON was the lucky MogoMember who took home the prize of one bitcoin, worth a whopping $12,012 CAD at the time of the draw. You could be our next bitcoin winner We’re halfway into our bitcoin contest, and have 2 more bitcoins up for grabs. In case you haven’t heard, we’re giving away 1 bitcoin every month until March 2018 to celebrate our upcoming bitcoin account. Soon, you’ll be able to buy and sell bitcoin easily with Mogo1. If you're already a MogoMember, great news — you’re already entered into the next 2 bitcoin draws. If you’re not a MogoMember yet, what are you waiting for? Sign up for a free MogoAccount. It only takes 3 minutes. It’s that simple! The deadline for our next draw is on February 28th, 2017. Increase your chances of winning bitcoins, big time. Want to know how to drastically increase your chances of winning bitcoins? Refer your friends, that’s how! For each friend you refer, you’ll get a whopping 10 extra entries2. That means if you refer 10 friends and

Monitor your finances to protect against identity fraud

Protect your passwords. Shield the PIN pad while using an ABM. Sounds familiar? When it comes to protecting yourself from identity theft, are these enough? Time for a reality check — in our digital world, no one can really prevent identity theft. We enjoy the convenience of services like Uber, Amazon, Netflix and Airbnb, but we’re exposing also ourselves to greater risk for identity theft and identity fraud. Time for a reality check Even if you don’t have any online activity, but only have a bank account, credit bureaus already have your personal information. There is as high likelihood that some of your personal data has already been hacked. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre recorded more than 20,000 victims of identity theft in 2014 alone, with losses amounting to more than $10 million. This doesn’t include the 95% of estimated unreported fraud cases. The cost of identity fraud Every day, we’re hearing about data breaches by major companies. A stolen identity could seriously derail your financial health. It can take years to recover from identity fraud. You may be forced to put your life plans on hold while you try to salvage a damaged credit rating. Imagine

Announcing our very first bitcoin contest winner

Congratulations to the very first winner of our bitcoin contest! Amy S. from Edmonton, AB was the lucky MogoMember who took home the prize of one bitcoin, worth a whopping $18,500 CAD at the time of the draw. What a great way to celebrate our upcoming bitcoin account with our members through this contest. You could win bitcoins too One down, three more to go. If you didn’t win this time, don’t worry. We have 3 more bitcoins up for grabs! If you're already a MogoMember, great news—you’re already entered into the next 3 bitcoin draws. If you’re not a MogoMember yet, time to sign up for a free MogoAccount. It only takes 3 minutes. It’s that simple! The deadline for our next draw is on January 31st, 2017. Earn more chances to win If you haven’t already, just download the MogoApp for another entry. You can also sign up for MogoProtect to help protect you against identity fraud and get 5 extra entries1. That means you could earn up to 7 entries, just like that! Got more questions about our contest? You’ll find some answers to common questions here. See

4 Bitcoins. 4 Months. 4 Winners.

You may have already heard that Mogo’s launching a new bitcoin account, which we’re super stoked about. To celebrate our upcoming bitcoin account, we have 4 bitcoins up for grabs! Yes, you heard that right. You could win bitcoins just by becoming a MogoMember. For real. Each month a lucky MogoMember will win a bitcoin. 4 months, 4 chances to win. The earlier you become a MogoMember, the more draws you’ll enter. And if you’re already a MogoMember, great news—you’re in! Just so you know, the deadline to our next draw is on Dec 31st 2017. Want to know the latest price of bitcoin? Just click here. Earn more chances to win If you haven’t already, just download the MogoApp for another entry. You can also sign up for MogoProtect to help protect you against identity fraud and get 5 extra entries1. That means you could earn up to 7 entries, just like that! Got more questions about our contest? You’ll find some answers to common questions here. See Official Rules and Regulations for contest details. Bitcoin made simple Buying and selling bitcoin should be easy. With our upcoming bitcoin account, we’

Bitcoin made simple: coming soon

At Mogo, we’re always looking for ways to expand the MogoAccount with more exciting products to help you rule your finances. With over 500,000 members, Mogo is building the best digital platform for managing your financial life. We think buying and selling bitcoin should be easy. By creating a free MogoAccount today, you can be one of the first in line for our new bitcoin account1. We’re focused on creating a simple and trusted way for Canadians to add bitcoin to their financial holdings. Our new bitcoin account will be the 6th addition to our product line, which are all available through the convenience of one digital account. How It Works Buy bitcoin at real-time prices Don't have prior trading experience? No worries! We'll show you a single price and provide you with different payment options to make real-time purchases. Keep track of your bitcoin holdings We’ll notify you whenever the price of bitcoin changes by 5% and provide you with the real-time value of your holdings through our app. Sell your bitcoin Selling your bitcoin is easy. You can sell your bitcoin holdings at any time and withdraw the funds or transfer the funds onto

Thank you for 500,000!

We’ve given 500,000 Canadians the ability to rule their finances from wherever they are, and we ain’t stopping. Thank you for being one of the 500,000 Canadians who choose Mogo. Half a million members have joined us on a journey towards financial health, starting with Canada’s only free credit score monitoring service that’s available through a mobile app. Beyond that, you’re using the MogoCard to manage your spending and save more; our personal loans to get out of debt faster and more easily; our smart and simple mortgage experience to get mortgage-free faster. Because we never stop paying attention and listening to you, our MogoMembers, we never stop learning. We never stop growing. We’ve built our financial products to empower, not confine. In a world dominated by big banks, archaic processes and hidden fees, our fully online platform and streamlined digital banking experience delights, not exasperates. We’re fanatical about helping you take control of your financial health. As a finance technology company, we focus on empowering Canadians to better their financial health with solutions that are simple, easy to use and unconventionally fun. When we say fanatical, we mean we’re

Bite-sized financial and professional tips from Bryan Brock for you to reflect on right now

Last month, we had the opportunity to host an intimate evening with Bryan Brock at the MogoLounge. As an entrepreneur, Creative Director and co-founder of the Remix project, a nonprofit serving at-risk youth in Toronto, OneLoveTo, a Toronto based lifestyle brand, and The Fitting Room, a unique men’s barbershop in downtown Toronto, Bryan shared how to truly invest in yourself, and turn your passion project into your full-time gig. Don’t worry if you missed it, as you can watch the video here. It was eye-opening to hear about the struggles, tips and tricks that Bryan used to get him where he is today. Because it’s important to hear about hardships, as it is to hear about success stories. We were inspired to reflect on our own lives as well, financially and professionally. We’ve gathered some highlights from the session for you: • If you’re starting out in the working world: “I don't think anyone teaches you the importance of having paid practice.” • On side hustles: Are you doing this to create a job for yourself, or to create a business? • On forging your own path: You don’t have to be put in a box, based

Help protect yourself with 
free monthly credit score monitoring

What happened? Equifax reported a breach. There are many ways criminals can get access to your personal info, and one of them is breaches to companies that store your personal information. This is exactly what happened. The security breach at Equifax could affect up to 143 million people in the United States and has also exposed "limited personal information" for an undisclosed number of Canadians. Who’s Equifax? Equifax is the largest credit bureau in Canada and is the bureau most used by lenders when making decisions on your creditworthiness. Whether or not you have ever signed up personally to Equifax, as a Canadian with access to credit, they have collected your information from banks and other lenders; lenders rely on this information in their assessment of whether or not to lend you money or give you credit (such as opening a new cell phone account or getting a mortgage). Why does this matter to you? Equifax says that it also identified unauthorized access to limited personal information from certain Canadian residents. If your data is stolen it could be used for identify theft. This highlights the ongoing risk we all face in this day and age. Although our personal

Successfully Broke (with Bryan Brock)

Join us at the MogoLounge for an intimate evening with Bryan Brock - Entrepreneur, Creative Director, and Co-founder of the Remix Project & OneLoveTO. Learn how to turn your passion project or side hustle into your full-time gig, and how to invest in yourself. This evening is a two part series: Our speaker series with Bryan Brock will run from 6 to 7:30pm where 40 lucky guests will be able to hear Bryan’s story and advice. The second part of the evening is our networking party - grab your ticket to attend the event at 7:30-8:30pm to be amongst Toronto's coolest creatives/entrepreneurs. RESERVE YOUR SPOT Bryan Brock has established himself as a well-known artist, designer, influencer and successful entrepreneur in Toronto. He’s also the Dean of the Academy of Creative Arts for the non-profit youth organization The Remix Project. Brock works with ‘at-risk’ youth from priority neighbourhoods across the GTA, providing mentorship as well as building both technical and life skills. Although Bryan has built many professional titles throughout his career, it’s his personal journey that has the most meaning. As an adopted child, Bryan’s unique personal experiences shaped his perspective on