Coming up with a good idea is one thing, but funding it and getting it to market is another. Zapaygo, a pre-order payment application that lets consumers jump food and beverage lines, chose the digital asset route and is working with Vertalo to manage the digital securities process.
Vertalo is an investor onboarding, cap table table and compliance enablement platform for private and digital assets. Through Vertalo, Zapaygo will have a fully-compliant solution for lifecycle management of digital securities for their business.
Zapaygo has contracted partners and clients which include Britain’s NEC and Australia’s MSL Solutions. NEC and MSL are relying on Zapaygo to help reduce time in line at venues by managing their pre-order concession businesses for customers. Zapaygo is planning on raising funds via a digital asset issuance, and has engaged Vertalo and its partner DealBox to manage compliant investor onboarding, cap table management, and digital asset issuance.
“There is nothing worse than missing the winning goal in your team’s match,” Vertalo CEO Dave Hendricks said. “Zapaygo is solving the age-old waiting in line problem at arenas, stadiums and other venues where people have been forced to wait for their drinks and bites. Vertalo is excited to help Zapaygo with their digital asset issuance process to create a better experience for their investor supporters and help to bring this key convenience technology to the global market for both fans and venues.”
“Zapaygo is delighted to be working with Vertalo and DealBox,” cofounder and CEO Elliot Hall said. “Over the last 12 months we met with, and evaluated, many potential service providers the world over. DealBox approached Zapaygo as an exciting opportunity, then Vertalo came highly recommended by a UK FCA regulated company.
“After speaking with Vertalo and DealBox separately for a few weeks it became clear all parties actually knew each other. We have since developed a great working relationship and the team at Zapaygo is looking forward to launching the STO in the next few weeks.”