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  Constellation Network and Quant Network are integrating to help enterprises procure blockchain technology and enable interoperability with security at scale.    SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Constellation Network, Inc, a San Francisco based software, big data and  “blockchain company” integrate their secure communications protocol with Quant Network’s Overledger -...

From August 16th2019, Overledger will support public permissionless blockchains, starting with the Ethereum Ropsten testnet thus allowing developers and blockchain users to develop, test and host their mApps (Multichain Applications) on both private and public blockchains. Universal interoperability between private permissioned blockchains and public permissionless...

On February 14, 2019, J P Morgan became the first U.S. bank to develop and test a digital coin representing a fiat currency, successfully. The Coin is based on blockchain based technology that allows an immediate transfer of value and payments between clients and enabled...

Quant Network are delighted to announce that they have been working with Binance and will be connecting Binance Chain to their Overledger operating system, solving interoperability. Having already connected a number of enterprise blockchains such as Corda, Hyperledger and Ripple as well as public blockchains such as Bitcoin, Stellar and Ethereum, Binance chain users will now benefit from Universal Interoperability from being able to cross transact across blockchains through the unique approach provided by Overledger technology.

The partnership agreement aims to integrate the SIAchain infrastructure into Quant Network’s blockchain operating system Overledger to develop and implement blockchain and DLT based applications spanning different technologies.

Milan and London, 05 June 2019SIA, the leading European hi-tech company in the payment services and infrastructures sector, and Quant Network, a UK-based pioneering technology company, have signed a partnership agreement to explore blockchain interoperability and the creation of agnostic cross-platform applications and services for banks and financial institutions.

As technology advances from the ground breaking to the almost innocuous, every-day and even primitive, its multiple variations settle to a standard whether organically or through formal discussion. Standardisation forms an essential part in a technology’s adoption curve and Blockchain/Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) are no exceptions. One of the key people sounding the klaxon for blockchain standardisation sat down with the team to explain why we should be thinking standards.