Synapse’s CEO, Sankaet Pathak was interviewed by David Meltzer and Mike Diamond on the program Office Hours recently. They discussed fintech trends including credit products, embedded finance, crypto investments, and global banking. (Sankaet is the second interview in the video)
The interview began with a question about the recent…
Join our CEO, Sankaet Pathak, as he speaks with @Jill Malandrino of @Nasdaq #TradeTalks.
The interview kicks off with a discussion about Synapse’s purpose-driven mission to ensure that people have access to high-class financial products regardless of their net worth or location. They go on to talk about the…
Yotta wants to help Americans find financial security by making saving fun. Yotta partnered with Synapse to enable their vision to make saving instantly fun while also offering a better economic value than most savings accounts.
Yotta is a savings account primarily intended for Gen Z’s and millennials who struggle…
Gig Wage partners with Synapse to help every company around the world pay every gig worker in a modern way.
Approximately 59 million Americans participate in the gig economy either through their primary or secondary jobs (1). Powering instant payments to contractors (individuals) from vendors (businesses) was the vision that…
When fintechs disburse loans to new customers, pay gig workers, or send investment dividends, the disbursement methods they choose can differentiate their brands and improve their business models. The best disbursement methods optimize flexibility, manage costs and meet customer expectations for speed and convenience.
Synapse will soon have 4 disbursement methods for fintechs to choose from:
Real-Time Payments (August 2021)
Each disbursement method has unique strengths and weaknesses that developers can leverage to fine-tune customer experience and manage costs. The chart below highlights the differences and similarities of each: