Scalable Capital has become the latest neo-broker to push into cryptocurrency trading with the launch of its new product "Scalable Crypto," according to an announcement.
Germany’s digital wealth manager Scalable Capital is enjoying a boom in stock market investing in the country, driven in part by their ETF-based offering.
Scalable Capital, a German financial technology firm founded by former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. bankers and backed by BlackRock Inc., will roll out its broker app to some of Europe’s biggest non-German-speaking countries.
All savings plans for stocks, ETFs and cryptocurrencies are now free of order fees as competition in the digital wealth market heats up.
Neobrokers — startups that are disrupting the investment industry by providing a platform for a wider range of consumers to partake in the stock market by offering them more incremental investment options and modern and easy mobile-based interfaces to manage their money — continue to see a huge amount of interest, and today comes the latest development in that story.
Online brokerage Scalable Capital said on Tuesday it had raised 150 million euros ($183 million) from investors led by China's Tencent (0700.HK), becoming the latest German fintech to attract sizable funding.
Scalable Capital — the Munich-based startup that has built a platform to monitor and manage investment portfolios investing in shares, manage trades and exchange traded funds for a flat fee of €2.99 per month — has closed a round of €50 million ($58 million) to expand its business.
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