Shareville’s Shutdown: Nordnet Integrates Services into Platform, Improves User Experience

Shareville merges into Nordnet’s suite of services, enhancing investment discussions

Shareville, the discussion platform aimed at investors, is set to be shut down by Nordnet this summer as the stockbroker plans to integrate its services into Nordnet’s other products. This move will facilitate Shareville’s technical development and improve the user experience by integrating the services.

The Shareville development team is currently working on shutting down the old service before the next summer. Originally established by Swedish Fabian Grapengiesser as an independent discussion platform, Nordnet acquired a majority stake in Shareville in 2013 and has been slowly integrating its own products into the platform.

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