Easy, secure
connectivity in
closed and open
environments

Distributed ledger technologies, such as blockchain, are ideal for capital markets, offering frictionless exchange and a secure way to record and audit transactions without the involvement of a central authority or third-party mediator. Historically, these markets have progressed using permission-based (closed) distributed ledgers. Today, however, the benefits of permissionless (open) blockchains are increasingly recognised.

The challenge

While permissionless blockchains liberate the capital markets by allowing any party to participate, they also introduce a problem: how can these different blockchain infrastructure be connected, maintaining privacy and compliance – without losing the benefits, such as speed and anonymity, that distributed technology brings in the first place?

The solution

Quant provides an answer. And not sometime in the future, but now. Our tokenisation technology, already being used for applications such as the tokenisation of fund yields, provides full and seamless interoperability at scale, between both permissioned and permissionless blockchains, while maintaining privacy and compliance – all without overheads. We facilitate:

  • Asset tokensiation and fractionalisation
  • Bond issuance

Building blocks

Our solutions for capital markets are built using our patent-pending products: 

Explore the future

The world’s capital markets are embracing blockchain. Find out why.

Interoperability solved

Reduce costs and access wider markets by deploying any app on any blockchain. That’s the power of our single, standard, multi-chain API.

Developers unleashed

Develop on Overledger without specialist
blockchain knowledge.

Built for enterprises

Led by an experienced team from large corporate, financial and regulatory institutions, we enable existing financial infrastructure to operate with new decentralised networks.

Designed for the future

With our blockchain-agnostic approach, your existing infrastructure investments are protected. And the door is open to future cross-platform applications.

The future of finance. Today.