Lithuania’s Paysera to Offer Payments via Neobank N26 in 18 European Countriesby Fintechnews Baltic June 7, 2021
Lithuanian payment processor Paysera announced that it has integrated the German neobank N26 into its payment gateway and this service will cover 18 European countries.
Now merchants that Paysera provides payment processing services to, will be able to accept payments via the N26 app.
The fintech company launches processing of payments via N26 to merchants in Germany, Austria, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Greece, Slovakia, and Malta.
From now on, buyers can pay via N26 at almost 10 thousand merchants which support payment initiation from the buyer’s account which is an open-banking-based payment method.
Vytenis Morkūnas, the CEO of Paysera said,
“Powered by innovation, neobanks often surpass traditional banks by their speed and flexibility, and attract millions of new clients in Europe every year.
Responding to the current and future changes in the banking market, we make payment gateway available for e-shops via a growing number of neobanks – at the beginning of the year we integrated Revolut, and now it is time for N26 and other neobanks.”