The ability to check immediately the right of transfer for a potential counterparty, before entering a trade without resorting to the services of a trusted third party.
The potential to transact anonymously and to keep aggregate portfolios anonymous.
The ability to trace the full chain of ownership of an asset, when required by contract or law.
The capability to be agnostic both to the type of asset transacted and to the contract terms entered by the transacting parties.
The impossibility to ‘double-spend’, that is, transfer a right to one party and then transfer the same right to another.
The ability to complete a simultaneous multi-lateral transaction.
(sometimes referred to as smart contracts) Asset movement controlled by customised term and conditions.
The ability to connect to ordinary blockchain and distributed ledger technologies and IoT devices.
The capability to scale the infrastructure to enormous transaction volumes.
The facility to document ownership over very long periods of time (and in some cases infrequently).
The capacity to support strict and unambiguous conditions to asset transfers
(“I will transfer this holding to you, if and only if, you transfer that holding to me”).
The binary property of every transaction to either complete (“settle”) in its entirety, or fail in its entirety.
The characteristic of all completed transactions to be final, indisputable and impossible to retract or change.
The right to divide and combine quantities of assets in a flexible, generic manner (if permitted to do so).
The ability to demonstrate ultimate record ownership and given set of rights reside in a specific geographical location.
No need to change your entire strategy; Activeledger allows you to work side-by-side with your current system and to switch only when you are confident it can be done safely.
The characteristic of any counter party check or subsequent transaction
to be immediate and final.
The characteristic of unchangeable activity entry in eternity terms.