Digital Wallet Coingrig users can link to banks
Digital Wallet Coingrig has integrated Nordigen’s open banking platform in a move the companies say will “increase the ease of banking connectivity to their digital wallet.”
According to an announcement on Nordigen’s website Wednesday, May 25, the Coingrig Wallet allows users to manage all of their personal finances and assets in one place – both traditional banking and cryptocurrency – allowing them to access their bank accounts and track their investments.
Wallets allow users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies at low fees, access over 1 million exchange tokens across multiple blockchains, and connect their centralized exchange holdings and their unified exchange function integrated with decentralized exchanges.
The wallet is secure and non-custodial and the user can access it without creating an account, Nordigen said.
“Coingrig provides an immersive and detailed one-stop-shop for your financial needs,” said – Radu Vulpescu, CEO and Co-Founder of Coingrig. “Nordigen and its open banking platform enable secure regulated access to user banking information, helping us to continue to provide the user with a seamless financial experience.”
And Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen, adds that the company’s open banking platform “provides secure and regulated access to thousands of banks across Europe, making it easy to share up-to-date information directly in the wallets of Coingrig users”.
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Last month, Nordigen worked with cash management company Cashology to help it launch its accounting and budgeting platform.
This integration allows Cashology customers to link all their bank accounts to the tool and manage their finances from a single platform.
“Financial services experts these days prioritize improved customer experience, ease of use and automation,” Mesters said. “Cashology has created a tool to bring these capabilities to accounting and we’re excited to see Nordigen become an important part of their journey to modernize cash flow management programs.”