The new partnership allows AllianceBlock to offer Quant Network’s Overledger solution to blockchain projects and SMEs listed on the AllianceBlock platform.
Quant Network is pleased to announce that they are partnering with AllianceBlock – an AI-powered decentralized investment and financing ecosystem, which allows corporates to quickly, cheaply and safely raise funds, whether it be equity, debt or tokens.
The new partnership allows AllianceBlock to offer Quant Network’s Overledger solution to blockchain projects and SMEs listed on the AllianceBlock platform. There are major limitations to current blockchain technology and Overledger provides a unique solution by making interoperability between different blockchains very easy and straightforward. Overledger is the world’s first blockchain operating system (OS) that not only connects blockchains to one another, but also connects existing networks to blockchain and facilitates the creation of internet scale multi-chain applications (mApps).
Gilbert Verdian, Founder and CEO of Quant Network, stated “We are excited to partner with AllianceBlock so that we can jointly help foster innovation and expand the blockchain ecosystem. Our Overledger operating system and Sentry AML & KYC product can help new start ups create products that weren’t possible before. This will allow Overledger to become a mainstream tool, offering an easy access to blockchain, and hence, the democratization of blockchain technology.”
“AllianceBlock will use Overledger to leverage multiple blockchains and create multi-chains token swaps. This partnership offers the possibility to open a new set of real-world applications leveraging different features from different chains. AllianceBlock is delighted about this partnership which will help blockchain projects and SMEs wield blockchain technology very easily” said Rachid Ajaja, Co-founder of AllianceBlock.
“This is the logical next step for us as an all-in-one financing and investment platform to support the growth and spread of blockchain technology into financial services” said Ajaja.