Our Technologies

At QPQ, our trail-blazing deep tech leverages Data Rich Digital Asset (DRDA), Treasury & Custody Account (TCA), and Atomic Swap Engine (ASE) technology and service sets to create the base for the internet of economics, enabling the digital economy.

Our architecture is built upon which all economic exchanges can take place securely and at a scale, whilst allowing you to retain complete control of your data and assets, and addressing regulatory oversight. Our technology is designed to seamlessly connect and consolidate existing protocols and data pools in a regulated dynamic public network running end-to-end. By removing the barriers to enterprise adoption, we are creating transformative business models by reducing cost, allowing access to capital and levelling the economic playing field.


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The Core Technologies & PACE

Core, enabling protocol technologies will be deployed in a phased, achievable, commercially expedient (‘PACE’) framework over three overlapping phases:

Phase 1 (2021-2023)

Consolidate Networks & Markets

Using DRDA, TCA and ASE technology and service sets to create the base for the internet of economics. This establishes a consolidated market that observes the base requirement of a distributed ledger – trust the data, not the intermediary – at scale and in compliance with key regulatory requirements.

Phase 2 (2023-2025)

Accelerate & Scale Networks & Markets

We deploy proprietary technologies to accelerate and scale from tens of thousands to millions of transactions per second (‘TPS’) and beyond using public networks within a regulated perimeter.

Phase 3 (2024-2026)

Automation & the Programmable Economy

We deploy a proprietary solution set that transforms contracts and regulation from documents of failure into operative, governing code.

A Look Inside the Layers

Data-Rich Digital Assets


DRDAs are unique objects in which a token, the asset itself, and all associated data are cryptographically bound together. Emerging digital assets – music, art, virtual assets – and traditional assets – property, securities, bonds – both benefit from owner operation, easy exchange, and programmatic governance without the need for third party custodial services.

Treasury & Custody Accounts


TCAs are virtual computational environments capable of managing and controlling their data, their custodied assets, and enabling compliance reporting. TCAs protect the privacy of users with cutting-edge privacy enabling technologies (PET) that can answer analytical requests from other users and regulators without disclosing the totality of the user’s data, thus solving the privacy and compliance dichotomy. Combined with DRDAs, a TCA becomes the mechanism for real-world economies where economic emancipation, data sovereignty, and regulatory confidence operate harmoniously.

Atomic Swap Engine


ASE establishes true interoperability, providing a suite of tools – bridges, consensus connectors, swapping mechanisms and transaction functions – that connect the diverse worlds of traditional data silos and modern DLTs at scale. ASE itself is both decentralised and agnostic: it will always route to the most efficient, expedient solution. In so doing, it allows TCAs to transact across network boundaries with DRDAs whose token components are hosted on the largest and most trusted distributed ledgers

Operating Governing Code Engine


Once the atomic objects of TCAs and DRDAs have been formed and their mechanism for transacting over ASE established, the next step is to add an automation process under human governance. Real-world contracts are complex and require compliance and consistency between digitally generated contracts & regulations and their respective generated machine code. OGCE does just that, enabling a robust programmable economy.

Internet of Economics


Connected through ASE and then accelerated and scaled in later phases, creating a network of markets and a market of networks, services and assets, setting the stage for infinitely scalable digital economy. IoEcs is the base connective fabric of exchange that all market actors – individuals, enterprises, financial institutions, registries, regulators, governments – share in the ownership of.