BankProv partners with Rocketplace to support crypto trading platform with traditional bank payment rails


Solidifies banking-as-a-service offering to crypto-related businesses nationwide

AMESBURY, Mass., March 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — BankProv, a future-ready commercial bank providing adaptive, technology-driven banking solutions to emerging industries, has partnered with Rocketplace, a Californiabased on a cryptocurrency exchange, to provide banking infrastructure as a service and crypto-enabled banking solutions for its latest digital asset platform.

BankProv partners with Rocketplace to support crypto trading platform with traditional bank payment rails

Through this partnership, Rocketplace will use BankProv’s innovative Banking as a Service (BaaS) offering to meet its need for access to basic banking services, including white-label deposit products and payment rails. BankProv will power on and off ramps to link the crypto-fiat (USD) gateway, allowing Rocketplace users to quickly deposit, exchange and withdraw funds. Together, they combine the benefits of Rocketplace’s 24/7 commission-free cryptocurrency exchange with traditional banking features to deliver a seamless investment management experience.

Rocketplace will integrate BankProv’s deposit and payment services directly into its digital asset trading platform and use Modern Treasury, a payment transactions platform enabling faster and more efficient payments and reconciliation

“Digital native consumers show a clear preference for services that deliver speed and trust,” said Louis Beryl, CEO of Rocketplace. “By partnering with BankProv, Rocketplace is equipped to meet this consumer demand with instant deposits and fast, commission-free exchange of their favorite cryptocurrencies.”

Whether you’re a newbie trader or a seasoned pro, Rocketplace makes it easy to buy and sell cryptocurrency while making it easy to buy, sell, and trade Bitcoin and cryptocurrency 24/7 from a single profile. Founded by Louis Beryl and Benjamin Hutchinson, Rocketplace believes that cryptocurrencies are an asset class that should be accessible to all investors. The platform takes a “learn while you earn” approach by offering regular research and articles to help their users navigate the industry so users can tip less and invest smarter.

“Rocketplace’s commission-free trading will be a game-changer for digital asset platforms,” ​​said David Mansfield, CEO of BankProv. “This partnership is one of the first in the industry to support a crypto-related business with a banking-as-a-service solution, furthering our mission to provide much-needed banking services to the industry.”

About Rocketplace

Situated at Palo AltoRocketplace is a cryptocurrency platform serving retail investors in United States. Rocketplace offers simple trading tools, commission-free buying and selling, free industry research, same-day trading for new users, and a customer service team of people, not chatbots. Rocketplace is backed by investors such as Accomplice VC, Better Tomorrow Ventures, Quiet Capital, Combine VC, Goat Capital, and Capital B. For more information about Rocketplace, please visit

About BankProv
BankProv, legally operating as The Provident Bank, is a subsidiary of Provident Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: PVBC). BankProv is a future-ready commercial bank for corporate clients, specializing in providing adaptive and technology banking solutions to niche markets including cryptocurrency, renewable energy, fintech and value lending business, with an emphasis on research fund loans. We are committed to offering state-of-the-art APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) to all of our business customers and BaaS (Bank as a Service) partners. Through our offerings, BankProv insures 100% of deposits through a combination of insurance provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF). For more information, visit

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