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Zebec Protocol Becomes the First Solana Protocol in Visa Fintech Fastrack Program

Zebec Protocol Becomes the First Solana Protocol in Visa Fintech Fastrack Program

Visa Fintech Fastrack Program is one of the most widely recognized Fintech partnership, collaboration, and investment communities in the industry. The key objective of this Fintech program is to create new and innovative payment solutions for global financial and banking solutions. With Visa Fast Track, Visa is making it easy and fast for the Fintech companies to apply to work with Visa. In the latest development, Zebec Protocol has announced it is partnering with Visa to join the exclusive Visa Fintech Fast Track Program.

Terry Angelos, SVP and Global Head of Crypto, Visa
Terry Angelos, SVP and Global Head of Crypto, Visa

At the time of this announcement, Terry Angelos, SVP and Global Head of Crypto, Visa, said – 

“By joining Visa’s Fast Track program, exciting Fintechs like Zebec Protocol gain unprecedented access to Visa experts, technology, and resources. Fast Track lets us provide new resources that rapidly growing companies need to scale with efficiency.”

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visa + zebecVisa Fintech Fastrack Program currently provides streamlined onboarding with dedicated support to partners so that companies like Zebec can take advantage of some of the best of Visa capabilities and networking in the Fintech market.

How Zebec would benefit from the Visa Fintech Fastrack program?

Zebec Protocol is the first programmable cash flow protocol on Solana. It is enabling real-time and continuous streams of payments and financial transactions for payroll, investments, and more. The automatic money streams made possible through the Zebec Protocol allow businesses, employees, and consumers to completely reimagine how they are paid, how they invest, and how they buy products or services.

Zebec is the first continuous and programmable cash stream protocol on Solana. This makes Zebec the first Solana project accepted to the Visa program, which supports innovative startups revolutionizing digital payments. Multiple leading fintech companies have participated in the program, including Stripe, Chime, and Crypto.com.

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The growth of the digital economy and web3 has been hindered by a lack of tax compliant, frictionless payment processing technologies. Zebec’s unique programmable and continuous money stream protocol makes it simple for anyone to send and receive cash up to the second for investments, payments, subscriptions and more. Zebec Pay, Zebec’s first application, is the first tax compliant, on-chain payroll processing system enabling employees to be paid by the second — in USDC or other stablecoins — and immediately use their money.

“From payroll to investments, subscriptions, rewards and more, Zebec is completely reimagining every financial transaction by making it programmable and continuous,” said Sam Thapaliya, founder and CEO, Zebec Protocol, “We’re thrilled to join with Visa to accelerate the process of bringing our innovative payment solutions to millions of users worldwide.”

This expansion into the Visa program follows the launch of Zebec and the announcement of $6 million in new funding from Republic Capital, Shima Capital, Breyer Capital and other leading crypto investors. Zebec’s payment stream protocol is completely on-chain without intermediaries, delays, high fees or risks of non-payment. Users can connect with Zebec using Phantom Wallet, enter a recipient’s wallet address and start streaming funds.

Visa‘s Fintech Fast Track Program supports the next generation of innovative fintechs by providing startups with the tools needed to accelerate growth and pioneer new modes of commerce and new ways to pay.

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