Instant bank transfers with open banking (via Tink)

With Tink, users can connect their bank account to our platform and instantly deposit money to their Bitpanda wallet.

Who can use Tink?

Tink is currently only available to German, Italian, Spanish, Austrian or UK residents. For residents of other countries, the current user interface of the Bitpanda app will stay the same. However, more banks and countries may be added in the future. Any updates on this matter will, as usual, be announced on our Bitpanda Blog and via our social media channels.

What are the benefits of Tink?

With Tink, bank transfers are easy and frictionless. You will no longer need to copy-paste bank transfer details manually or provide a reference number when making a bank transfer to Bitpanda. All the necessary details will be automatically imported, ruling out any chance of entering the wrong information.

How can I use Tink

In order to make use of open banking via Tink, please follow these steps:

  1. Click on Deposit
  2. Choose Bank Transfer
  3. Enter an amount under EUR/GBP 5,000
  4. Choose your bank
  5. Connect with your bank
  6. Authorise the transaction in your banking app
  7. The funds will then be credited to your Bitpanda wallet


What if Tink is not supported by my bank?

If your bank does not support Tink, you can always click on the option Can’t find your bank, which will lead you to the regular bank transfer flow.

Are all banks supported?

Most German and Austrian banks are supported. However, some smaller banks or branches might not be if they are not supporting open banking yet. If you would like your bank to be added, please contact us.

Which currencies are supported and what are the limits?

Tink is available for EUR and GBP deposits and to any Bitpanda user with German, Italian, Spanish, Austrian or UK residency depositing an amount under EUR/GBP 5,000.

Does the feature come with additional fees?

Bitpanda does not charge any fees to its users for using Tink. However, please note that Bitpanda does not have control over the fee policy of individual banks.