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More than 100 new investors make the Big Leap!

Have you not yet joined 11Onze's big leap?

11Onze Business is now in the testing phase

The next generation of digital financial solutions

Petitet & 11Onze, at the Festa de la Sal

Petitet: "my father bought gold"

11Onze is about to make the big leap

"Advertising is not an expense but an investment"

The appalling management of Next Generation funds

The countless functions of El Canut

11Onze denounces Banco Sabadell

11Onze Segurs, featured in the British press

How the Preciosos 11Onze gold is processed

Win a batch of Natulim products at La Plaça!

Banco Sabadell unjustifiably blocks 11Onze's money

Now, everything 11Onze at your fingertips!


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Win prizes with "La rumba dels calerons"!

"La Rumba dels Calerons" and 11Onze on Rac1

The new 11Onze cards are reaching customers!

Petitet and 11Onze launch 'La rumba dels calerons'

Get to know 11Onze’s social networks

The best home insurance with 11Onze Segurs

Double gold promotion at 11Onze

‘In A Few Days' to be screened in Castellbisbal

11Onze is spreading across Europe

New features for deposits to your 11Onze account

We update El Canut with new functionalities

A free year's supply of an eco-friendly detergent

11Onze, selected for the ADG Laus awards

11Onze brings another 8 kg of gold to La Plaça

11Onze Essentials makes headlines in the UK

11Onze’ Spring kicks off

11Onze, honoured at the prestigious Webby Awards

11Onze's gold purchase, in the European press

11Onze leads the fintech model, the media reports

UK News Group reports on Preciosos 11Onze

The guide to buying gold with Preciosos 11Onze

Preciosos 11Onze in the international press

You can now buy gold with Preciosos 11Onze

The verification process, even simpler

“11Onze is a transcendental project”

Mastercard: “We are delighted to support 11Onze”

Fintech & Finance News reports on 11Onze Check

‘Are fintech communities the future of banking?’

At 11Onze, you can now pay with your mobile phone

11Onze Check: against financial misinformation

Marqeta: “Everything about 11Onze is remarkable”

‘11Onze at home’, closer to the community

“The human factor is extremely important”


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    I have such respect for this man – “Tinc tant de respecte pe…

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First digital fintech community in Catalonia

Payment services for 11Onze Holdings SCA are provided by CurrencyCloud B.V.. Registered in the Netherlands No. 72186178. Registered Office: Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 296 - 298, Mindspace Nieuwezijds Office 001 Amsterdam. CurrencyCloud B.V. is authorised by the DNB under the Wet op het financieel toezicht to carry out the business of a electronic-money institution (Relation Number: R142701)

The Payment account and Mastercard cards are issued by Paynetics AD (via Paystratus Group Ltd, a Technical Provider of Paynetics AD) with company address 76A James Bourchier Blvd, 1407 Sofia, Bulgaria, company registration number 131574695 and VAT BG131574695, pursuant to license by Mastercard International Incorporated and Bulgarian National Bank. To ensure your funds are safe Paynetics follow a process known as ‘safeguarding’ which is a regulatory requirement for all EMIs. In this process Paynetics keeps your money separate from its own money and place it in a safeguarding account with a Bank. Electronic Money issued is not covered by any Deposit Guarantee Scheme which is a government backed scheme offering protection to customers’ funds of up to €100,000 (£85,000 in the UK under the FSCS) per customer. However, in the event of an insolvency, your funds would remain in the safeguarded account at the designated Bank and separated from Paynetics’ accounts. In the event of Paynetics going out of business, an insolvency practitioner would be appointed to return the funds Paynetics has safeguarded to the customers. This means you would get most of your funds back, except for the costs deducted by the insolvency practitioner for returning the funds to the customers.