Banking / Fintech
User Interface, User Experience, Interaction Design.
Visual Design, Design System.
Nance is a Norwigian financial technology company that offers banking services. Headquartered in Oslo, it was founded in 2022. It offers accounts featuring currency exchange, debit cards, virtual cards, Apple Pay, interest-bearing "vaults", commission-free stock trading, crypto, commodities, and other services.
From easy money management, to travel perks and investments,
we designed an app with solutions that help you get more out of what you do—all from one place.
Nance allows you to go from cash to crypto instantly,
with secure storage and realtime updates so you can supercharge your investments for less.
Track and manage all of your money in one place.
You can see where your income is coming from, and what your expenses are.
You can set alerts to make sure it doesn’t get away from you and unpause
when you need a moment to catch up with some of your financial tasks.
Buy, sell and exchange cryptocurrencies. You can instantly buy or sell Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and other coins on the Nance exchange with just a few clicks and send them to your friends using convenient messaging features.
Get the best investment returns on your money by buying gold and silver from Nance. We offer diversified investment options that can be tailored to meet individual needs.
Get up to the minute price action for all your foreign currencies.
So you'll always be on top of the market. Follow the strength of a currency, or see how its performance has changed over time using our historic analysis.
Make smarter spending decisions.
Nance is a budgeting and analytics tool that helps you track your spending and create effective strategies to live within your means.
The Nance app is the easiest way to invest in 1,500+ global companies' stocks from as little as $1.
To get started, simply use your clicker and trade in fractions of shares from Apple or Facebook. It's a great way for investors who want to gain exposure to a broad selection of companies through an index fund without having to physically hold them all.