It’s been a busy November with three new releases
Among several updates
And two fresh videos
Read about these and more in our recent blog post.
It finally happened.
Our first milestone of the rebirth of our Proof-of-Stake protocol has been hit. The code has been released publicly and is being tested more widely internally by the QRL Core Contributor team.
You can read into it further on our own blog.
Zug, Switzerland, September 25th, 2020 — The Quantum Resistant Ledger (QRL) Foundation, creator of the world’s leading quantum-secure blockchain network and digital asset platform, has partnered with Insight’s quantum cryptography research team to continue to set the global standard towards its quantum-secure Proof-of-Stake network, a progression of its quantum-secure Proof-of-Work…
x41 D-Sec was one of the two external auditors involved with auditing cryptographic portions of our QRL…
The Quantum Resistant Ledger are pioneers in the field, addressing the threat quantum computers pose to blockchain.
To this day, it’s the only blockchain that utilizes a signature scheme that’s recognised by the United States National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) as being post-quantum secure with its use of…
In 2016, Peter Waterland put together the QRL whitepaper, initial commits, and a core technical team with members that includes core developer Kaushal Kumar Singh, PhD post-quantum cryptographer Leon Groot Bruinderink, and full-stack developer JP Lomas.
2 years ago, QRL mainnet was released on 26 Jun 2018, and has operated a fully post-quantum secure blockchain network not only without incident such as lost funds or a network hiccup, but also with the same capacity of the bitcoin network. It can, and has been done.