Our Technology

Qredo is an open protocol for delivery and payment of digital assets


By placing consensus-driven MPC nodes on a globally-distributed ledger with a secure, end-to-end encrypted messaging hub, Qredo delivers the performance of a high-speed Layer 2 network to any blockchain.

The network enables cross-chain atomic swaps, real-time delivery and payment with no counterparty risk. Qredo eliminates scalability bottlenecks without impacting the consensus model of the underlying chains.


Qredo's platform is derived from the combination of four key pillars:

Open Protocol    MPC Network    Matrix    Secure Hardware

Open Protocol

Fast finality blockchain for digital asset tracking, delivery and audit immutability using a multi-custodian signature model

MPC Network

The first consensus-driven, trustless Multi-Party Computation (MPC) network that replaces private keys and eliminates the risk of digital asset theft from private key compromise


Secure, end to end encrypted, decentralized audit-ready messaging hub for pre-trade negotiation and clearing

Secure Hardware

Hardware security-hardened infrastructure running on a highly available, fault-tolerant, low-latency global telecom network

Key technology benefits

Speed and access

Transfer and atomic swap digital assets in real-time

Instant access to all of your assets at all times

Integrates into any wallet or blockchain



All data encrypted and only available to those in the transaction event

Transaction data available on request for regulatory and compliance

Data maintained on an immutable and tamper-proof chain


Eliminate Risk

Eliminate all counterparty risk: credit, delivery and settlement

BYOG: Bring your own governance and appoint your own custodians

MPC eliminates private key compromise and digital asset theft

Eliminate Risk


Hardware security hardened globally redundant network using tier 4 data centers

MPC (multi-party computation) network is consensus driven

Enforced multi-custodian, multi-signature protocol.


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