Last year wasn’t the best year for crypto companies. According to PitchBook data, VC investments in crypto companies are down by 68% in 2023 compared to 2022. To be fair, crypto companies still raised $9.5 billion. But that’s a small number compared to 2022, the year...
Challenger bank N26 is launching a new trading feature in its app — N26 Crypto. Users will be able to easily trade crypto assets using money in their N26 account. Behind the scenes, N26 is partnering with Bitpanda to handle trading and custody. Read more on...
Most people have experienced the internet only through Web 2.0: online applications, the social web and software as a service form the fabric of our lives. But even as other technology rapidly evolves, basic web infrastructure has remained largely unchanged since the...
French startup Lydia is entering a whole new category by adding trading to its financial super app later this year. The company is partnering with Bitpanda for this feature. Lydia users will be able to buy, hold and sell American and European shares, precious metals,...
It’s not even half a year since crypto exchange Bitpanda announced a $170 million Series B — when, back in March, Austria’s first unicorn was being valued at $1.2 billion. Today it’s topping that: Announcing a $263 million Series C, led by Peter Thiel’s Valar...
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