lemon.markets, a Berlin, Germany-based financial technology company, raised €15M in Seed funding.
The round was led by Lakestar and Lightspeed, with participation from Creandum, System.one, as well as Angel investors in the round include operators from N26, Public.com, sennder, Taxfix, Finoa and Stripe.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate operations, scale its offerings, and expand product development, extending its usage to businesses that wish to integrate stock trading into their services, across Europe.
Led by CEO, Max Linden, lemon.markets is a stock trading API for developers. lemon.markets is a stock trading API for developers. Today, it powers personalised savings plans and automated trading strategies. Tomorrow, it enables neobanks to embed stock trading in their product and contextual use cases like reinvesting tax refunds.
lemon.markets’ features are co-designed by its users, including software development kits (SDKs) that wrap around the company’s API. Users have been executing trades in closed alpha, helping to shape the product before its full commercial launch in Q2 2022.