On Tuesday, German online bank N26 announced that it would expand the list of countries where its customers could trade cryptocurrencies to include Germany and Switzerland. N26 also stated that it would provide the service to customers in Belgium, Portugal, and Ireland. In its first foray into the asset class, N26 began offering crypto trading to a limited number of customers in Austria only last year. N26 stated that the expanded trading would be phased in over the next few weeks. The Berlin-based bank, founded in 2013, has been cited by regulators for deficiencies in its anti-money laundering controls. The bank has stated that it has made progress.