QANplatform Offers Quantum-Resistant Private Blockchain

QANplatform is introducing a private blockchain that is both quantum-resistant and compatible with Ethereum’s EVM, while also enabling developers to code smart contracts in any programming language.

The NIST-recommended primary post-quantum algorithm has been foreseen and integrated into the quantum-resistant QAN Private Blockchain. This integration enhances the security of blockchain solutions built on the platform, rendering them resilient against potential attacks from quantum computers.

Thanks to QANplatform’s multi-language smart contracts, over 26 million new software developers can enter the Web3 space, which can reshape and boost the blockchain industry, according to the company.

QANplatform is developing a hybrid blockchain. The launch of the QAN Private Blockchain marks the first step, followed by the Public TestNet this autumn and the QAN Public Blockchain’s expected release by late 2023.

A blockchain platform, like Ethereum or QANplatform, is the basic infrastructure of all blockchain projects and applications. It is comparable to the operating system of a computer. It is the fundamental base layer on top of which the ecosystem can build endless solutions.

With its three IPs (Intellectual Property): Lattice-based post-quantum cryptographic algorithm implemented in Go programming language, Multi-language Smart Contracts, Rapid Cloud Platform Deployment, and other unique features, QANplatform is ushering in a new era for Web3 operating systems and blockchain mass adoption.

The QAN Virtual Machine (QVM) allows developers to write smart contracts in any Linux-Kernel-compatible programming language (like: JavaScript, Java, Python, TypeScript, C, C++, C#, Go, Rust, Kotlin, PHP, etc.).

This is a breakthrough for the whole blockchain ecosystem since most blockchain platforms are only compatible with the Ethereum smart contract language, Solidity. According to the company, there is no need to hire or train Solidity programmers since enterprises can already use their in-house development team or their current IT partner they already trust. It makes talent acquisitions, development, and codebase maintenance easier and more cost-efficient.

Thanks to the automated Rapid Cloud Platform Deployment feature developed by QANplatform, developers can deploy the QAN private blockchain in less than 5 minutes to major cloud platforms, according to the company.

“Designing a private blockchain that addresses both future challenges, such as quantum attacks, and current market issues, like high entry barriers for developers and enterprises, presented a significant and complex undertaking. Additionally, ensuring Ethereum compatibility to facilitate the onboarding of existing solutions onto the QANplatform added to the intricacy of the task. I am proud of the QANplatform team for achieving these milestones as a global pioneer. I am eagerly anticipating the opportunity to showcase the initial use cases of our partners operating on the QAN Private Blockchain,” said Johann Polecsak, co-founder and CTO of QANplatform.

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