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How does Rehive fit into the fintech stack?
How does Rehive fit into the fintech stack?

Most fintech apps need a middleware layer on top of existing systems.

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Written by Helghardt Avenant
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Rehive is a versatile, white-label fintech platform that integrates seamlessly with existing financial infrastructure. It serves as the backbone for a wide variety of fintech applications, enabling businesses to build, launch, and scale their products efficiently.

Here’s a detailed look at how Rehive integrates with different layers of the fintech stack:

Fintech stack layers
  1. Your Customer, Your Branding - Rehive enables you to deliver leading fintech experiences to your customers, fully branded to match your business identity.

  2. Rehive Apps - Rehive provides white-label iOS, Android, and web applications. These apps come with codebase access, allowing you to customize freely and ensure a seamless user experience.

  3. Rehive Platform - The core of Rehive is its transaction and user management system, built to integrate with your preferred financial infrastructure providers. This platform supports the secure handling and processing of financial transactions, ensuring compliance and reliability.

  4. Rehive Extensions - Select from pre-integrated value-added services or build your own custom extensions. These extensions enhance your fintech product with additional features like notifications, checkouts, rewards, marketplace functionality, conversions, and more.

  5. Third-party Financial Infrastructure - Rehive supports integration with multiple on/off ramps, compliance systems, custody solutions, forex services, and card providers. This flexibility ensures that you can incorporate the necessary financial services to meet your business needs.

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