A global digital bank
N26 was founded in 2013 by Valentin Stalf and Maximilian Tayenthal with the vision to transform the way we manage money, and allow us to bank the way we live.
Today, N26 has reimagined banking for the smartphone, and continues to make banking simple, accessible and transparent for all. With a full German banking license, state-of-the-art technology and no branch network, this is banking redesigned for the 21st century.
N26 launches new cryptocurrency trading product, N26 Crypto, in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal, and Ireland
N26 customers in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal, and Ireland will now be able to buy and sell cryptocurrencies directly in their N26 App in just a few taps.
N26 appoints new Supervisory Board, strengthening corporate governance as it becomes a Stock Corporation
N26, The Mobile Bank, today announced the appointment of its new group Supervisory Board as it continues to evolve its governance structures in preparation for the next stages of development.
The Mobile Bank N26 today announced the launch of its cryptocurrency trading product that will allow eligible customers to buy and sell almost 200 cryptocurrencies in their N26 app.
With 1,500 people of 80 nationalities working across ten global offices, we’re proud to be building the bank the world loves to use—all without a branch network or a business dress code!Meet the team
" N26, a Berlin-based digital bank founded in 2013, was the top-performing bank worldwide according to our survey. It won awards in five countries, (...), and placed as the top-ranked bank in Austria and Italy."
“N26 is one of several online-only banks that have flourished in Europe, attracting millions of users despite a lack of any physical branches. Investors have followed the trend, pouring in hundreds of millions of dollars.”
To get in touch with the N26 press team, please email email@example.com
Please note that only media requests will receive a response.
For all customer enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org