Quantler is a blockchain company that is building a decentralized network for hosting Quant Funds (structured products, like ETFs) in regular Equities and Cryptocurrencies. The network will leverage innovation and automation, to significantly lower costs, lower the barriers for access to investing and increase transparency. By leveraging current and upcoming commission free brokerages that offer fractional shares, Quantler allows for a worldwide scalable business model. Quantler will allow for new structured products, such as ETFs, to be launched and used in minutes, instead of years.
Reasons for using blockchain:
- Regulatory scalability (rather the lack of regulatory oversight)
- Network incentives (brokerages/exchanges, miners and token holders)
- Flexibility and increased speed in the creation and release of new structured products (ETFs) on the network
Step 1, create an index:
At Quantler you can create a new or select an existing thematic index for you to invest in. Themes such as, self-driving cars, internet of things or companies that are trying to change the way we eat. These indexes can contain regular assets (stocks, ETFs, notes, REITs) and crypto assets (currencies, tokens, tokenized funds, security tokens, asset tokens).
Step 2, set management style:
Using modules (much like smart contracts), investments are packaged, just like structured products (ETFs). This form of automation runs on Quantler's own blockchain and is executed by its miners. Quantler allows for the creation and realization of products that act and operate similar to ETFs but are not regulated as such. The possibilities are endless and border-less.
Step 3, execute on the blockchain:
Once you have selected the index or theme of your interest, execution will have to take place somewhere. Miners on Quantler's blockchain, execute the automation logic you would find in regular products such as ETFs. From an end-user perspective, there is no difference. From an execution perspective, we have decentralized structured products.