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Exploring Zeebu’s Product Architecture, Part I



DAte :

January 29, 2024


The product architecture for Phase 1 of Zeebu consists of four layers: the UI/UX Layer, the PSP (Payment Service Provider) Layer, the Blockchain Layer, and the Backend Layer. These layers lay the foundation of architecture.

Zeebu, a Web3 Neobank custom-built for telecom settlements, is rapidly gaining recognition as a reliable payment and settlement platform in the telecom industry. Designed to tackle the industry’s most pressing challenges, Zeebu’s blockchain-based platform revolutionizes transaction settlement. It offers a unified telecom payment interface, enabling instant global transactions while maintaining stringent security and compliance standards. The platform’s comprehensive suite of services simplifies invoice settlement, enhancing efficiency. Central to Zeebu’s ecosystem is the Zeebu loyalty token, which rewards telecom carriers and partners for successful invoice settlements, thereby increasing efficiency and profitability for all stakeholders.

Navigating the tech stack of a global instant transaction and invoicing platform with a loyalty mechanism like Zeebu may initially seem daunting. However, Zeebu’s technology simplifies this complexity with its clear and comprehensible architecture. The architecture for Zeebu’s Phase I can be distilled into four core components:

  • UI/UX Layer
  • PSP Layer
  • Blockchain Layer
  • Backend Layer

Before we delve into the details of each layer within Zeebu's platform architecture, it's important to highlight that Zeebu prioritizes the security and reliability of its platform. It has undergone a certified pen test, thoroughly assessing its security measures and addressing any vulnerabilities. Additionally, Zeebu has received a comprehensive audit from Certik, a trusted blockchain security firm. These assessments demonstrate Zeebu's commitment to providing users with a secure and trustworthy platform for their transactions and data.

To make this exploration more digestible, we’re breaking it down into two parts. Part 1 will focus on the UI/UX Layer and the PSP Layer, while Part 2 will delve into the intricacies of the Blockchain Layer and the Backend Layer.

UI/UX Layer

The UI/UX layer in Zeebu's product architecture is like a well-crafted application that combines the best features of both Web2 and Web3 technologies while prioritizing security.  

To build this layer, Zeebu utilizes React and JavaScript, which are essential tools in creating user-friendly and visually appealing interfaces. React, a JavaScript library, allows for the creation of reusable interface components, making the overall design efficient and easy to navigate. JavaScript, on the other hand, enables interactive elements and real-time updates, enhancing the user experience even further. By leveraging these technologies, Zeebu ensures that the platform delivers an intuitive, efficient, and effective user experience, seamlessly integrating modern web development practices.

PSP Layer

The PSP (Payment Service Provider) Layer within the Zeebu ecosystem leverages cutting-edge technology to offer a seamless and secure payment experience. The PSP layer includes four key components:

  • Wallet
  • Invoice Settlement
  • Exchange/Swap Gateway


The PSP layer uses advanced 256-bit encryption and a multi-sig wallet to keep assets safe. This industry-standard encryption method provides a highly secure cryptographic algorithm that would need enormous computational power and time to be broken through any hacking attack.

Exchange/Swap Gateway

The core of the PSP Layer's functionality relies on Python-based gateway technology. This powerful technology acts as the backbone for quick and secure trades across crypto pairs. It ensures lightning-fast transaction processing while maintaining robust security measures to protect user investments. The fiat gateway provides automated currency conversion and supports multiple fiat currencies and stable tokens, allowing merchants to accept payments in their preferred currency with ease.


Zeebu prioritizes security and regulatory compliance, implementing strong practices for verifying user identities and preventing illicit activities. With our thorough Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures, we ensure that our users' identities are properly authenticated. Moreover, by adhering to Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policies, we can detect and prevent suspicious financial transactions, fostering a trustworthy and transparent ecosystem for all our users.    

Invoice Settlement

Invoice Settlement module that uses the backend infrastructure developed on ASP.NET Core for tracking transaction settlements of invoices. The module is designed to be highly scalable and reliable, and it can handle a large volume of transactions.

Stay Tuned for Part II

That concludes Part 1 of our deep dive into Zeebu’s innovative tech stack. We’ve explored the UI/UX Layer and the PSP Layer, shedding light on how these components contribute to the platform’s efficiency and user-friendly design.

As we wrap up this section, we hope you’ve gained a clearer understanding of the integral role these layers play in Zeebu’s operations. But remember, this is just the beginning. In Part 2, we’ll uncover the intricacies of the Blockchain Layer and Backend Layer, delving deeper into the technological backbone that powers Zeebu.

Stay tuned for Part 2, where we’ll continue our exploration of Zeebu’s transformative technology. Thank you for joining us on this journey, and we look forward to seeing you in the next installment!