Quantum computing threatens certain kinds of cryptography so, as with other threats, we need to be ready. With this in mind, SETL successfully developed a number of post quantum techniques in 2018 which it could switch on very quickly if required.
At the core of SETL is a proprietary, permissioned-based blockchain. While there is a lot of debate about the merits of public vs private blockchains, we believe that only private blockchains are fit for the regulated environments where SETL operates.
SETL Labs provides a way to test your ideas on the industrial grade SETL blockchain and swiftly develop go-to-market propositions at scale.