Distributed ledgers 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. Until now, these markets have progressed using permission-based (closed) distributed ledgers such as R3’s Corda, JP Morgan’s Quorum or Hyperledger Fabric.
But things are changing. Today, permissionless (open) blockchains allow any party to participate in capital markets. This introduces a problem: how can these participants be connected, maintaining privacy and compliance, without losing the benefits that distributed ledgers bring in the first place?
Offering multiple connectors, both to permissioned and permissionless distributed ledgers, Quant Overledger provides a unique solution to this problem. That’s because Overledger uses an operating system model, which provides interoperability at scale, while maintaining privacy and compliance – all without overheads.