Using our C-Layer protocol solution

C-layer is an open source protocol initiative, a layer for blockchains that issue and manage the tokenization lifecycle by connecting and meeting requirements of everyone (institutions, business, people and regulators), faster, cheaper, and easier while being compliant with the law.

We aim to simplify the tokenization market, as well as providing access to primary and secondary markets, through DeFI, with an optimal gas consumption and optimized execution for issuers who wish to be compliant with the regulation.

Our goal is to create a token standard that allows smart contract implementation by integrating compliance and social…


As you know, a security is a regulated financial instrument that is fungible and holds a certain type of monetary value. It can be separated in three main categories: Equity (i.e. a company’s ownership), Debts (i.e. a creditor relation), Derivatives (i.e. an investment funds), or even a fraction of a real asset.

Many Companies in the blockchain ecosystem are using securities token (through ERC20) in a number of cases: capital fund raising, DAO, shares ownership, voting, dividends ditribution, Etc…

Because of transferability limitations due to the various functionalities of the token itself (such as blockchain protocols, smart contracts’ technical aspects…


Au vu de certains crypto-exchanges en difficultés, fermant par manque de liquidité, ou de cryptomonnaies pas assez liquides, trop volatiles, ou du manque d’anonymat sur les transactions blockchain, etc… des problems-solvers (résolveur de problèmes, en français, mais en anglais ça fait plus « IN») viennent se positionner en réels héros. Des héros venus du ciel ou de nulle part, pas assez ou peu connus du grand public (les non tech surtout), je cite: les sidechains.

Les sidechains viennent combler des manques et apportent plus de flexibilité avec de nouvelles solutions, afin d’accroitre l’adoption des crypto-actifs (cryptomonnaies, tokens (jetons)) en masse…

Sahra Brean

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