​This use case explores how Overledger and Quant’s Real Time Tokenisation solution enable organisations to tokenise their deposits and add programmability to money, which in turn reduces costs, bolsters security and drives innovation.

Typically, banking transactions and payments execute simple actions, carry limited automation, and involve disparate systems and intermediaries, leading to complexity, a lack of transparency and increased costs.

Using real time tokenisation, we tokenise balances to create digital currencies with payment programmability at their core.

Why does this matter to you?

  • Business leaders: Tokenisation and programmability offer a substantial opportunity to save costs with the efficiencies provided by blockchain.
  • Financial institutions: Programmable payments can power innovation for your clients with minimal effort by connecting to open banking.
  • Regulatory bodies: The resulting digital currencies and embedded rules can prevent fraud and offer unparalleled traceability.

​Quant RTT and our suite of programmable payment locks use Overledger APIs that connect directly to open banking (or your company’s endpoints) to tokenise on demand.

​Our smart contracts add your chosen level of programmability to payments and trigger automatically depending on your predefined conditions, eliminating wasted time and reducing intermediaries and layers of complexity.

​Built on Overledger technology, Quant RTT can connect to different blockchain networks, allowing payments to be processed across different platforms.

​With central bank digital currencies expected to become prevalent in the next 5-10 years, it makes sense now to tokenise commercial bank balances. This will enable a future where payments have embedded logic, and money works for us in pre-defined ways. With a range of smart payment locks, Quant RTT can be tailored to your specific needs.

Contact us today for a meeting to learn more about how Quant RTT can transform your business.

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“With central bank digital currencies expected to become prevalent in the next 5-10 years, it makes sense now to tokenise commercial bank balances.”

Soelene Justus
Senior Product Marketing Manager
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