WHAT IS ASET?

ASET stands for Advanced Settlement for Electronic Trades; a settlement layer that provides deterministic settlement finality, data immutability and data privacy while institutions transacting each other. Unlike public blockchains, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum, ASET is a permission-based ledger in which only known and legally accountable institutions validate transactions.
Accredited validators and observers

Unlike public blockchains, such as Bitcoin, only accredited participants in the network are allowed to validate or observe transactions, which makes it compliant in a regulatory framework.

Transaction data privacy

In ASET, there is no sharing of data over all the network participants: only those parties that engage in trades can see the data within an agreement.

Deterministic settlement finality

ASET ensures data immutability and deterministic settlement finality for digitized assets, which can reduce many risks that financial institutions currently face.