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Germany’s N26 Bank Bucks the Trend, Seeks to Expand its Crypto Trading Offering to More Countries

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 German digital bank N26 has announced it is increasing the number of nations where its clients are allowed to trade cryptocurrencies, adding Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal, and Ireland to the list. “Eligible N26 customers in these markets will soon be able to trade almost 200 cryptocurrencies – more than with any other European banking app,” the online bank said in a statement. "With over EUR 6 billion of deposits in customer accounts, N26 Crypto aims to help its customers manage more aspects of their finances as its first step into the trading and investment space," according to N26.

Last year, in a bid to expand its customers’ exposure to crypto in selected European markets, the digital bank enabled its clients in Austria to trade crypto.

N26 was set up in 2013, and it is based in Germany’s capital Berlin. “Market fluctuations aside, cryptocurrencies continue to remain a requested and interesting asset class for investors and a growing part of the financial system.

Cryptocurrency trading is often the entrypoint to investing for a new generation of investors who are looking to explore ways to grow their wealth.

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