Coingrig has integrated Nordigen’s open banking platform to increase the ease of bank connectivity to their digital wallet.
Coingrig is a next generation digital wallet that allows the users to manage all their personal finance and assets in one place. From crypto to traditional banking, the wallet provides functions for users to securely access their cryptocurrency and bank account balances but also track their stock market, ETFs or commodities holdings.
Through their wallets, users can purchase and sell cryptocurrency at low fees, have access to over a million trade tokens across multiple blockchains, connect their centralised exchanges holdings and a unified swap feature that is integrated with various decentralised exchanges. The wallet is secure, non-custodial and the user can access it without making an account.
“Coingrig provides an immersive and detailed one-stop shop for your financial needs. Our mission is to make life easier. With our wide range of services, our digital wallet provides an immersive overview of crypto, traditional finance and stocks. Nordigen and their open banking platform allows secure regulated access to the user’s banking information, helping us to continue to provide the user with a seamless financial experience,” explains Radu Vulpescu, CEO and Co-founder of Coingrig.
The Nordigen integration allows Coingrig users to securely connect to bank accounts and view aggregated banking data in their Coingrig digital wallet. Using open banking to bring financial information in one place, the integration supports Coingrig by reducing the hassle associated with financial data being dispersed in multiple locations, as well as giving the user increased control and overview over their personal finances.
“We are delighted to partner with Coingrig, they are an exciting and innovative company that simplifies and provides new solutions to their users in crypto and finance. Our open banking platform gives secure and regulated access to thousands of banks across Europe facilitating up-to-date information to be shared directly into Coingrig users' wallets,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.