Who is Bitpanda?

Bitpanda Home of Digital Assets. Since 2014.

At Bitpanda we are firm believers in the innovative power of cryptocurrencies, digitised assets and blockchain technology. Our mission is to tear down the barriers to personal finance and bring traditional financial products into the 21st century.

Bitpanda is a fintech based in Vienna, Austria and was founded in 2014 by Eric Demuth, Paul Klanschek and Christian Trummer. Bitpanda has 1 million users and more than 120 team members. With a PSD2 payment service provider licence, state-of-the-art security and streamlined user experience, Bitpanda has grown into a popular trading platform for newbies and experts alike. Users can currently trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, gold and over 30 other digital assets.

What we offer

Bitpanda is all about ease of use. An easy verification process gives you access to an intuitive, fast and secure trading experience. We want to make investing in digital assets as easy as ordering a pizza or a taxi. Therefore, we offer the simplest and fastest access to buying, selling, swapping or sending digital assets. We accept Euro, Swiss Franc, British Pound Sterling and US Dollar support as well as a wide range of payment and payout providers offer you extra flexibility. To stay ahead of the curve, we continuously improve existing products while expanding our scope to introduce new services.

We are determined to push the industry forward.

We employ ambitious talent across all company functions—our team members are not only great at what they do but are equally passionate about turning our mission into reality. To stay at the forefront of innovation, we continuously work on strengthening Bitpanda’s position as Europe’s leading platform for digital assets.

Further details can be found here.

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