Quant Network’s blockchain OS now supports public permissionless blockchains

Overledger's blockchain operating system intends to solve the problems of single-ledger dependency by increasing communicability among DLTs, allowing general purpose applications to run on top of different blockchains.

Quant Network

Quant Network, creators of the first interoperable blockchain operating system Overledger, as of August 16th, confirmed that it will now support public permissionless blockchains, starting with the Ethereum Ropsten testnet. This allows developers and blockchain users to produce, test, and host their mApps (Multichain Applications) on both private and public blockchains.

It is now possible to create cross-chain use cases and business applications on Quant Network, with universal interoperability between private permissioned blockchains and public permissionless ones…

Quant Network

Quant Network’s Overledger operating system is the only interoperability platform for bridging multiple blockchains at scale and today supports up to 10 blockchains including Hyperledger Fabric, Corda, Ethereum, Bitcoin, IOTA, EOS, and Ripple.

The new release interoperating with Ethereum Ropsten testnet will support Ethereum and all ERC20 transactions. Overledger’s Java and Javascript SDKs can be used to build cross-platform applications that span permissioned and permissionless blockchains. Overledger provides a unified abstraction that can interconnect and access multiple blockchains through a single SDK language and API.

Overledger’s approach enables enterprises to simply focus on building innovative business applications and use cases, allowing developers and teams to build and test their applications without the complexity of multiple infrastructure stacks.