Updated on 5th June 2020.
The only two countries that are available for registering with Robinhood are as follows:
Although Robinhood was founded in 2013, and you might be asking why hasn’t it expanded as we expect it should after five whole years, the hurdle that Robinhood faces comes down to the regulation process of each foreign country.
The answer is simple: It’s a young company that’s just getting its feet wet. I mean, look at the size of their offices! They’re tiny! Basically, they’re working out all of their kinks before they expand. And when they do expand—hopefully soon—they’ll have an amazing team ready to grow and deliver on their vision.
It is not an easy task, and we’re talking about here one of the most regulated, closely government-controlled markets (the financial market) in the world, so it’ll take a little time before Robinhood gets the permission it needs to expand to a new country.
This page will be updated as soon as Robinhood moves into a new location. Until then, check back later to see if your country is on the list. 🙂