Build your software applications
and run business processes on blockchain.
Insanely simple, no need for compromises.

Open-source code

QAN private blockchain code is free and open-source.

This provides maximal flexibility and transparency to both developers and enterprises.

Quantum-resistant security

Keep your data safe with the quantum security add-on.
QAN’s unique lattice-based cryptography secures your data transactions even against quantum computer attacks.

Learn more and read our ebook: Quantum Computing and Blockchain: The Definitive Guide >

Read some articles and interviews with QAN about the quantum computing threat on blockchains like Bitcoin or Ethereum.

Forbes: Google’s Quantum Computing Breakthrough Brings Blockchain Resistance Into the Spotlight Again >

Bitcoin.com: What Google’s Quantum Breakthrough Means for Blockchain Cryptography >

Decrypt: Crypto industry is already preparing for Google’s “quantum supremacy” >

Disruption Banking: Talking Quantum Resistant Encryption with QAN Platform >

Hybrid blockchain

Your data, your choice.

Define which of your information (data transactions) should be stored on your private blockchain and which on the QAN public blockchain.

Rapid 1-click deployment

Save time on the setup and focus on getting things done.

QAN private blockchain comes with a 1-click setup on hardware, virtualized architecture and cloud platforms.


Fit your blockchain easily into your existing dev environment and connect it with real-world data sources.

See all integrations >

Multi-language development

No need for new talent acquisition.

Developers can use well known programming languages like Rust (Upcoming: C, C++, TypeScript etc.) to develop smart contracts and DApps on QAN blockchain platform.

Codebase maintenance is also easier and cost-efficient.

High-volume transactions

Enterprise-ready transaction speed.

QAN private blockchain platform can handle 97,000 transactions per second (TPS), the QAN public blockchain can handle 1,600 TPS.

Learn more and read our ebook: Blockchain's Transaction Speed: The Definitive Guide >

Unique consensus algorithm

Lowest hardware and energy requirements on the market.

Thanks to the unique Proof-of-Randomness (PoR) consensus algorithm by QAN, data-hubs (nodes) can be run by a Raspberry-Pi ($35 bank card sized PC).

Transaction validations can be done even with a mobile phone.

Learn more and read our ebook: Blockchain's Energy Consumption: The Definitive Guide >