Everything about European investment platforms

Are you interested about investing in stocks, p2p-loans or startups but don’t know where to begin? Investment Platforms Europe explains all investment possibilities in Europe. We compare platforms, highlight interesting investment chances and explain all the pros, cons and risks of all the different types out there.

Peer to peer investing

Invest in p2p loans

Peer to peer investing

Peer-to-peer lending grows in popularity. Investing in consumer lending can be rewarding. How to invest and the pros, cons and risks.

Peer-to-peer lending
Invest in crypto

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana

Invest in crypto

Investing in crypto such as bitcoin, ethereum or other coins can offer high returns. How to buy, trade or sell cryptocurrencies.

Crypto investing
Startup investing

Buy equity of startups

Startup investing

Investing in a startup is risky, but can offer huge returns when the company turns out to be successful. How does it work and is it for you?

Startup investing

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EstateGuru hits €500 million-mark

EstateGuru hits €500 million-mark

Estonian real estate investment platform EstateGuru has funded 500 million euros in loans in total. The company founded its first loan in 2014 and has grown quickly since then, with loans financed in 2021 in the amount of 200 million euros.

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Seedrs: investment more than doubled in 2021

Seedrs: investment more than doubled in 2021

English equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs has raised 834 million euros (696 million pounds) in 2021. That is more than double the amount invested the year before. Seedrs is a big market player, having raised a total of 2 billion euros since launch.

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Estateguru launches Investment Strategies

Estateguru launches Investment Strategies

Real estate investment platform Estateguru has launched a new feature: Investment Strategies. The new feature replaces the platform's well-known feature Auto Invest. To make investment more accessible, Estateguru has set 50 euros as entry point, instead of its previous €250 minimum.

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