Infrastructure technology built to enable others to thrive.

The iov42 platform has a three-layered architecture which supports the regulatory, security, interoperability, and scalability needs of virtually any use case.

Core elements of our groundbreaking platform

The iov42 platform uses simple building blocks to create easy-to-use applications on a trusted DLT-powered architecture.

Identity Modelling
Identity Modelling

By modelling for trust in identities, all actors on the platform are held accountable, bringing an additional layer of security to any application built on iov42’s infrastructure.

Asset Modelling
Asset Modelling

Asset modelling and certification establishes clear asset ownership, which facilitates secure, fully regulated digital value transfer.

Smart Assets
Smart Assets

Assets can be designed to fit specific purposes with extreme flexibility, transferring intelligence from smart contracts to smart assets and significantly increasing functionality.

Zoned Architecture
Zoned Architecture

The platform is based on a zoned architecture consisting of local, permissioned DLT networks, which resolves issues of data locality and allows local regulatory frameworks to be built into each zone.

Atomic Swaps
Atomic Swaps

The transfer and exchange of assets on the iov42 platform are inherently atomic, eliminating the risk of one party not fulfilling their side of the transaction.

Proprietary Consensus
Proprietary Consensus

A novel consensus mechanism combines high performance with low energy consumption, guaranteeing efficient, secure, and trusted transactions.

Open API
Open API

Our open, easy-to-understand API allows the hosting of virtually any use case and makes attaining the benefits of blockchain simple.

Parallel Computing
Parallel Computing

The iov42 platform can support multiple legs in a single atomic transaction, enabling unprecedented multi-asset, multi-ledger transactions.

Network of Networks
Network of Networks

By bridging data locality with global scalability and interoperability, a network of networks will support all major existing standards and DLT systems and enable interoperability.

Simple solutions for real world problems

The iov42 platform provides an abstraction layer of its core technology principles in order to provide simple solutions to complex problems. By leveraging the fundamental principles of the internet and cloud computing, the iov42 platform is able to scale the power of DLT across a multitude of use cases around the globe.

Digital Identities

Digital Identities

Government-Certified Self-Sovereign Identity

Unlocking the $1.1B value of the growing SSI market by building a trusted link with government-provided identities.

Digital Verified Certificates

Digital Certificates

Streamlining and securing carbon certificate issuance

Increasing the value and marketability of carbon credits by introducing a complete, transparent, and immutable audit trail of each credit’s life cycle.

Digital Assets

Digital Assets

Ensuring regulatory compliance in the forest sector

A transparent, accountable timber supply chain solution to drastically cut down the $15B USD lost annually by the legal, global timber industry.

Research and innovation

iov42 is at the core of the blockchain industry and the cutting-edge of research.

Inatba

iov42 is a founding member of INATBA. Initiated by the European Commission and supported by several supranational organisations, such as the World Bank, INATBA offers developers and users of distributed ledger technology a global forum to interact with regulators and policy makers and bring blockchain technology to the next stage.

Climate Chain Coalition

iov42 is an active member of Climate Chain Coalition, an open global initiative to advance distributed ledger technology and related digital solutions (e.g. IoT, big data) to help mobilise climate finance and enhance MRV (measurement, reporting and verification) to scale climate actions for mitigation and adaptation.

Microsoft Picnic Research Project

iov42 is the sole private company supporter of the Picnic Research Project, a collaboration between Microsoft Research, Princeton, TU Graz and numerous other reputable research institutions. The Picnic Research Project develops post-quantum digital signature algorithms, designed to provide security against attacks by quantum computers, in addition to attacks by classical computers.

Know Center

iov42 is a partner of Know-Center Graz. For the last three years, Know-Center researched privacy-preserving protocols and iov42 particularly supported the research and development of privacy-preserving transaction protocols. iov42 plans to integrate this and future research into its distributed ledger as needed.