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Finoa was founded in 2018 by Christopher May and Henrik Gebbing with the vision to become the gateway for institutions to engage with the crypto-asset ecosystem.

Today, the organization provides institutional access to the ever-growing crypto-asset ecosystem, offering clients a full range of financial services including custody and staking. With industry-leading asset coverage and day-one support for emerging blockchain protocols, the intuitive platform enables users to securely store and manage their assets, regardless of their familiarity with crypto.

As a regulated custodian, the company serves high-profile clients from around the world, including renowned venture capital firms, crypto hedge funds, corporates, and high-net-worth individuals.

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28 Feb 2023

Finoa gets three license approvals from German regulator BaFin

The Berlin-based firm also closed a strategic venture round led by Middlegame Ventures.

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7 Feb 2023

Finoa's revenue exploded in one year from 550K to 13M Euros

Read about how Finoa achieved this explosive growth and how the company managed to build a trusted brand for itself.

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24 May 2022

Finoa launches liquid staking on StakeWise

We launched Finoa Consensus Services to help enterprise investors maximize crypto capital efficiency through liquid staking.

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31 Jan 2022

Finoa announces new office in Portugal

By the end of 2022, Finoa expects to have a staff of 20 tech and product employees in its Porto office.

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29 Jul 2021

Breakout fintechs of 2021

Finoa joins Sifted's list of top fintechs to watch in 2021.

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29 Apr 2021

EU-based digital assets platform Finoa inks $22M Series A Funding led by Balderton Capital

Institutions need to keep their crypto assets somewhere. And they aren’t going to keep it on some random or consumer-grade crypto operation.

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