Thank you for helping us protect Quant’s trademarks and other brand assets

These Trademark and Brand Guidelines (“Guidelines”) aim to help clarify proper usage of Quant’s brand assets and set out how you can help us protect them.

Quant’s brand assets—including Quant Trademarks, logos, icons, illustrations, videos, designs, names of Quant software, products, services, and any other brand features and elements, whether registered or unregistered (“Brand Assets”)—are proprietary assets owned exclusively by Quant and its group companies.

These Guidelines set out how our Brand Assets should be used under specific circumstances. Most uses of our Brand Assets whether for commercial or personal purposes require a licence first. Unless you have an express licence from Quant, these Guidelines will exclusively govern your use of our Brand Assets.

Examples of Brand Assets requiring a licence from Quant

Dos and don’ts
To help you understand what you can and can’t do with Quant’s Brand Assets, we have created this non-exhaustive list of Dos and Don’ts.

In general, you may use word marks to reference Quant’s products and services provided the references are truthful, fair, and not misleading, and comply with these Guidelines.  The references should never cause customers and the public to be confused into believing Quant is affiliated with or endorses your product or service.

Brand Assets such as our logos, product icons, illustrations, photographs, videos, and designs can never be used (whether for personal or commercial use) without an express licence.

In general, you may do the following with Quant’s wordmarks and names of software, products, or services:

Truthfully and accurately refer to Quant and its products and services.
For example:

  • PartnerCo is a new payment service built using Quant’s Overledger API.
  • Join us for a webinar about blockchain interoperability, including the use of Quant Overledger.
  • Use without alteration in text to refer to Quant and its products and services.

For example:

  • Follow these steps to create smart tokens using Quant Tokenise

Use in the title of news articles, when truthful and not misleading.
For example:

  • Quant issues new release for Overledger
  • Quant is adding new features to Overledger
  • Quant partners with PartnerCo to build new payments network

Please include a trademark footnote to give notice that you are using Quant’s trademarks,

  • For example “Quant and Overledger are registered trademarks of Quant Network Limited”

Please don’t do the following, unless we have given you specific permission in writing

Don’t use Quant’s Brand Assets in the name of your business, product, service, app, domain name, social media account, other offering, or business indicator. For example:

  • PartnerCo Overledger software.
  • partner Quant apps.
  • @quantfan

Don’t imply an affiliation, endorsement, sponsorship, or approval with or by Quant.
For example:

  • Quant Apps LLC builds blockchain apps.
  • Join us for PartnerCo’s Quant blockchain event
  • PartnerCo offers premium Quant integration & support services
  • Quant has certified the PartnerCo service

Don’t alter, animate, distort, or misappropriate Quant’s Brand Assets by combining Quant’s Brand Assets with other terms, misspellings, or incorporating them into a tagline or slogan.
For example:

  • We are using Quant’s OVL

Don’t use Quant’s Brand Assets as nouns or verbs.
For example:

  • Quant your way to riches
  • You can Quant with us

Don’t use Quant’s Brand Assets in the name of a user group, fan group, tech communities, or other organization name, irrespective of whether the group or organization is a non-profit.
For example:

  • Quant Fan Group
  • Overledger Technology Group
  • Quant Holders’ Group

Don’t use Quant’s Brand Assets on any tangible goods or packaging, including any promotional, marketing, swag, or other items.
For example:

  • T-shirt with Quant logo
  • Quant branded bag
  • Quant mouse pad
  • Quant branded cap

Legal notice
Any use of Quant’s Brand Assets must comply with these Guidelines, or other licensing/contractual arrangements with Quant. Third parties, including licensees, may never claim ownership rights in Quant’s Brand Assets, or brands that are confusingly similar to Quant’s Brand Assets, in any manner, including without limitation as a trademark, service mark, company name or designation, domain name, social media profile/handle, or in any other manner.

Quant expressly reserves the right in its sole discretion to terminate, revoke, modify, or otherwise change permission to use its Brand Assets at any time and expressly reserves the right to object to any use or misuse of its Brand Assets in any jurisdiction worldwide.

September  2022