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Go Contactless and Stay Safe

VEEV is a QR Scan & Go app. It is contactless and touchless. It is designed so that you can order and pay at restaurants, bars, cafes, coffee shops and stores from your mobile phone. To minimizing the chances of getting germs by touching surfaces, menus or handing your credit card. It simple to use, quick, easy, fast, safe and secure.

Contactless Order & Pay
Scan & Pay
Cardless Checkout
Paperless Receipting
Scan & Checkin
Contactless ID Verification

Contactless Ordering

Contactless Pay

Contactless Receipting

VEEV Contactless Pay
VEEV Contactless Ordering & Checkin
VEEV Contactless Receipting

Scan & Pay

Scan & Checkin

Contactless ID Verify

Discover GREAT Food
Enjoy with Friends
Have Fun

Food Discovery

Share Pics


How To Set Up Contactless Pay & ID

Its quick and easy to setup and start using the VEEV App.

Secure your personal data and protect your privacy. VEEV allows you to instantly access websites, events, clubs, bars, work and more. Never ever give your credit card or ID ever again. Simply verify your phone number and you are set. Further know who it was given to, what was given and when.

Every QR scanned with VEEV App is available for your records.

Every user on the VEEV Network has a unique VEEV QR. It is located at the top of the Checkin screen on the mobile app.

It contains your username and it can only be read by another VEEV App. It can be used by friends to send you money or share event information.

VEEV is built using with secure Blockchain technology.

Go Contactless and Stay Germ Free

Cash and Credit Cards contain 26,000 germs and viruses according to a study by Mastercard as reported by CNN. According to Scientific Curiosity money can transfer live flu viruses for up to 17 days. Credit cards are even more hazardous than cash as viruses can live on plastic for hours maybe days. According to Dr. Susan Whittier, a clinical microbiologist at New York-Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia University Medical Center. "If someone is coughing, and then they hand their credit card to someone across the counter, I wouldn’t rule out the potential of transmission."