Helping businesses deliver digital assets to customers

Founded in 2017, Zero hash enables neo-banks, brokers, and payment groups to offer digital asset exchange and custody programs, crypto rewards and roundups, and the ability to earn crypto through staking and DeFi.

It is a B2B integrated infrastructure platform that allows any platform to quickly and easily integrate digital assets natively into their own customer experience (a matter of API endpoints ). Clients include MoneyLion, Transak, Deserve, Wirex, MoonPay, Tasty Works. Zero Hash is backed by investors including Point72 Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and NYCA.

Free digital resources for all

On a On a mission to enable companies to easily create crypto products, unlocking digital assets for everyone, everywhere, Zero Hash has announced its $105 million Series D funding round.

“Zero Hash has defined a new Fintech vertical of ‘digital assets as a service’. Our thesis is very simple – every financial services firm and a wide variety of corporate clients will offer a crypto or NFT product within the next twelve months” , said Edward Woodford, Founder and CEO.

The Series D fundraising follows the announcement of its Series C in September 2021. The company will use proceeds from the round to continue to expand its global team across compliance, marketing, product and engineering. The company also intends to improve its support for Layer 2 protocols and double the number of assets it supports to over eighty by the end of the year. The capital injection will also allow the company to expand its international licensing framework to provide one-stop infrastructure for the world’s largest companies.

Integrating Crypto and NFTs into Customer Experiences

Zero Hash allows any business to quickly and easily integrate crypto and NFTs into their own customer experience. Zero Hash now powers some of the biggest neo-banks (including MoneyLion and Wirex), fastest growing payment processors (including MoonPay, Ramp and Transak) and leading retail brokers (including tastyworks, TradeZero and TradeStation).

Crypto lending/borrowing was DeFi’s largest single segment in 2021, according to a website listing the main activity of several online platforms. Decentralized financial lending and borrowing – sometimes also called money market protocols – accounted for about half of the overall value locked in DeFi. Statistics found that NFT trading activity more than doubled between July and August 2021, depending on the number of unique wallets that bought or sold an NFT.