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A German Fintech startup becomes the first German mobile only & commission free broker

Who wanted to save in Germany, the fees incurred in trading securities, previously had to invest his money with foreign providers. Because even though this is advertised here, in reality, often only account for the custody costs. Paid for the actual stock trading anyway. But when it comes to three…

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German startups are keeping up with tech: How do they do that?

A year ago, Chargery was still a small company offering its mobile charging service for electric cars in Berlin’s trendy Prenzlauerberg district. Today, a year later, it’s a serious startup with 25 employees and big plans, says Chargery CEO and co-founder Christian Lang in his brand new office in Berlin-Mitte.…

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Bitpanda receives payment service provider license PSD2

Bitpanda, a Viennese fintech with around one million users and more than 100 employees, is expanding its business model. The Austrian Financial Market Authority has granted Bitpanda Payments GmbH a license as a payment institution in accordance with European regulations like PSD2. Based on this milestone, Bitpanda will announce new…

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The German politicians now want social startups to be state funded

Social startups are often considered to be uninteresting in the startup scene. They neither collect the most venture capital nor earn the most money or have the most famous founders. Meanwhile, social startups account for 38 percent of the German founding landscape. And their work could be of high economic…

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Three of the most successful German Fintechs you should know about

Fintechs worldwide response is very well received. In Europe as well, investment volume grew considerably in 2018 compared to the previous year, according to a study by consulting firm KPMG. While the business models of a few successful German fintechs continued to attract the attention of investors. The total volume…

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