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Interoperability

Stay up to date with the latest contribution from the QualitaX team.

EEA Crosschain Interoperability

Anaïs Ofranc, Founder of QualitaX is Co-Chair of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) Crosschain Interoperability Working Group.  The current focus of the group is the completion of the EEA Crosschain Interoperability Specification.

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Contributors to the work include Adhara, ConsenSys, Wanchain, Datachain.

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Learn more here:  https://www.qualitax.io/resourcecenter/developing-the-eea-dlt-interoperability-specification

Enabling Real-Time Corporate Treasury for Banks with Blockchain
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Watch our webinar with the Adhara team to explore how the EEA Crosschain Interop spec is supporting PvP and DvP workflows via Corda and Ethereum interoperability (Start at 17.26 min) .

QX Interoperability

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QX Interoperability is an open-source resource providing understanding and analysis of 1) the current crosschain interoperability landscape in regulated settings, 2) the current state of interoperability between DLT/blockchain platforms and existing financial market infrastructures 3) the current state of interoperability in the digital assets space. It covers Industry Initiatives, Use Cases, Solutions Providers and Interoperability Requirements.

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Learn more here: https://qualitax.gitbook.io/interop/

Interested in learning more about our work on interoperability in regulated settings ?

ISO/TC 307 - Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies

As part of the DLT/1 - Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology committee for the UK’s National Standards Body, we provide input and contribution into ISO/TC 307 and CEN/CENELEC/JTC 19 under the direction of the Standards Policy Strategy Committee. 

The ISO Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology Interoperability Framework (ISO/WD TS 23516) was initiated by Quant Network in 2018. The framework provides a holistic, high-level conceptual architecture and explores considerations for interoperability between DLT systems as well as between DLT and non-DLT systems. 

 

Learn more here:  https://www.iso.org/committee/6266604/x/catalogue/p/0/u/1/w/0/d/0

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