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Fintech is a term applied to describe technological solutions developed in various financial services areas, such as online banking, and mobile payments, that are used in daily life by consumers. The development of financial technology further supports the growth of niche markets in Europe, such as the ever-developing alternative finance, crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending, as well as automated loans, robo-advisors and automated investment management. As of 2019, the fintech industry has raised more than double the amount of funds raised by proptech companies.

Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, United Kingdom

IBAN Bank Accounts

Credit Cards

Debit Cards

Prepaid Cards

Savings Accounts

Stock Trading

Cryptocurrency Trading

Commodity Trading (Gold, SIlver, ...)

Open Banking - Linking External Bank Accounts

FAQ

  • N26 +

    N26 is The Mobile Bank, helping you manage your bank account on-the-go, track your expenses and set aside money in real-time. Open yours in minutes right from your smartphone, and start spending before your physical card arrives.

    N26 provides a free basic current account and a Debit MasterCard card to all its customers, as well as a Maestro card for their customers in certain markets. Additionally, customers can request overdraft and investment products. N26 also offers premium accounts which offer additional features for a monthly fee.

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  • bunq +

    Bunq is a Dutch, internationally active neobank, headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Bunq offers a range of online financial services, primarily through its own mobile app. The company's app enables customers to open an account like Premium, Business, Travel or SuperGreen for a small monthly fee. Additionally, customers can request money from friends, split bills, invest in Green companies, add a +1 to one of their sub-accounts and make payments in real time. Businesses can also open a bunq account.

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  • Google Pay +

    Google Pay brings together all the ways you can pay with Google.

    Enter your card information once and use it to:

    • Tap and pay to make purchases with your phone.
    • Buy items in apps and on websites.
    • Fill in forms automatically on Chrome.
    • Buy Google products.
    • Send money to friends and family (US only).

    You can also use your gift cards, loyalty cards, tickets, and coupons with Google Pay when you shop at your favorite stores.

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  • Revolut +

    Revolut is a fintech company that provides a range of banking services online. It develops a platform offering a debit card, currency exchange, stock trading, cryptocurrency exchange, and peer-to-peer payments. The company enables users to exchange currencies at interbank rates, send money through social networks, and spend with a multi-currency card.

    Revolut is looking to disrupt banking in the same way Amazon took on retail.

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  • SEPA Instant Payments +

    SEPA Instant Credit Transfer (SCT Inst), also called SEPA Instant Payment, provides for instant crediting of a payee, the delay being less than ten seconds, initially, with a maximum of twenty seconds in exceptional circumstances.

    With the spread of smartphones and electronic commerce, the digitalisation of the economy entails a general acceleration of payments. Customers make internet purchases anywhere and at any time, including during evening hours, weekends and holidays – periods when most traditional electronic payments are not operational. Suppliers, on the other hand, want the certainty of being paid as soon as they sell their goods and services. The

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  • Vivid Money +

    Vivid doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel and is building its product on top of well-established players. It relies on Solarisbank for the banking infrastructure, a German company with a banking license that provides banking services as APIs to other fintech companies. As for debit cards, Vivid is working with Visa.

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  • Curve +

    Curve (also known as the Curve card) is a payment card that aggregates multiple payment cards through its accompanying mobile app, allowing a user to make payments and withdrawals from a single card. It lets you switch the bank card you paid with after each transaction is complete.

    Using the mobile app, users link their debit and credit cards to the Curve card. A default card from which to make payments or withdrawals can then be set, while users can also switch between cards on the app prior to making payments or withdrawals. Transactions on the card are processed through

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  • EPC QR Code +

    The European Payments Council Quick Response Code guidelines define the content of a QR code that can be used to initiate SEPA credit transfer (SCT). It contains all the necessary information in clear text. These QR code guidelines are used on many invoices and payment requests in the countries that support it (Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, The Netherlands) enabling tens of millions to pay without requiring manual input leading to lower error rates.

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  • Open Banking +

    Open Banking refers to the practice of securely sharing financial data, subject to customer consent. The exchange of data between the bank and authorized third parties (such as financial institutions, fintech companies and enterprises that are not necessarily active within the financial sector at present) is enabled via so-called Application Programming Interfaces, in short "APIs".

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  • Monese +

    Monese is a digital banking app and card using smartphone technology to improve your banking experience. Monese has provided basic banking on smartphones since 2015. Besides being completely mobile and making your money accessible on the go, Monese takes mobility a step further than the rest, allowing customers to create an account without a EU address. This feature is what makes Monese unique: the ability for anyone to open an account anywhere in the UK or continental Europe. Whether or not you have a EU address, a credit history or fixed income, you can access Monese and open an account

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  • TransferWise +

    TransferWise is a British online money transfer service founded in January 2011 by Estonians Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus and is based in London. The company supports more than 750 currency routes across the world including GBP, USD, EUR, AUD and CAD, and provides multi-currency accounts.The concept was to match transfers with other people and then have a small commission while using the inter-bank mid exchange rate, unlike traditional currency transfers where there are buy and sell rates and the broker takes the difference between the two.

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  • Apple Pay +

    Apple Pay is easy and works with the Apple devices you use every day. You can make secure purchases in shops, in apps, and on the web. So it’s as simple as using your physical card, and safer too.

    Using Apple Pay with your iPhone is as fast as using a debit or prepaid card. Because spending money shouldn’t mean spending more time at the register.

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  • Samsung Pay +

    Samsung Pay lets you carry your credit, debit, gift and membership cards on your devices. Just take a photo of your card or a barcode, then tap to check out.

    Carry your favorite cards on your devices so you can pay in-person, in-app or online. Plus, earn cash back and get extra rewards for the purchases you make every day.

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  • Garmin Pay +

    Garmin Pay is a contactless payment solution designed for people who are always on the move. Whether you grab a cup of coffee after your morning run or get a bite to eat while out on a ride, Garmin Pay lets you make purchases quickly and almost effortlessly with nothing needed but your watch. No wallet? No phone? No problem.

    With just a few quick touches, Garmin Pay is easily accessible from your compatible Garmin watch. Enter your passcode, select the right credit card from your virtual wallet, and then hold your wrist near the card reader — that’s it. No

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  • Fitbit Pay +

    Fitbit Pay makes shopping at your favorite places more seamless than ever. You can use it anywhere you see the contactless payment symbol.

    Just add your credit or debit card to your Fitbit watch or tracker and you’re ready to go. Access your credit and debit cards anywhere. All from your wrist and without your wallet.

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Revolut

N26

Curve

Vivid Money

TransferWise

bunq

Monese

Google Pay

Apple Pay

Samsung Pay

Garmin Pay

Fitbit Pay