On Android your verification code for auto topup was instantly expired, on iOS you post something on together with dark mode and your text is white for all people - also people without dark mode, or some other small bugs ..
I personally love the fast movement of bunq, I really do! but sometimes I think it is "tooo fast".
I read this one year old together post about it: https://together.bunq.com/d/515-bunq-public-bata - where bunq said, they don't want to do something like this because of the risk.
But I don't want to see an "early" alpha kind of beta, I would love to see this as a "step between" the completion of an update and the public release.
Instead of pushing the update to all, just push it to the "beta users". Give them the version you think is complete, and give the beta users a different "place" in the app to report bugs in that time.
I don't think this would involve any kind of risk, as the beta users would get a version you would normally push to the public, but it would help you to see exactly that "small mistakes" like I mentioned at the beginning - before "all" people get it.
Would be cool if you could think about this, as it's really annoying to not be able to read texts posted from iPhone users with dark mode, even if it's just for "one day". Or to see the announcement of the new auto topup feature, but not be able to use it because of a bug.