The infrastructure connecting institutions dealing in private markets.
The technical foundation of CrossPool enables digital issuance, trading, clearing and settlement of assets. This permissioned network is based on the distributed ledger technologies of R3 Corda and Hyperledger Indy.
Issue, list and service new assets to reach a broader market in less time, leveraging compliant standard workflows.
Access a global market of investment opportunities with instant investment subscription, reliable data and simplified asset management.
Offer expertise in areas such as audit, legal or custody, and win clients to build the future of alternative assets markets.
We believe offering a better solution for private markets does not start with digitisation.
It starts with understanding people and their needs. Then building the right solution architecture.
Core functions are provided as a solution open to anyone to foster innovation and network growth
Flexible platform elements and easy customisation to suit different asset types and business needs
Services are exchanged between trusted parties that know each other while protecting their privacy
Contact us to register an account on the CrossPool Console, and get verified
Generate your API secret using the Console
Download and deploy your CrossPool Droplet, using your API secret to connect to the CrossPool Network
You are ready to digitise assets and allocate them to your investors
Globally unique Digital IDs s let you interact anonymously with other parties
W3C-verifiable credential specification ensures all credentials to be machine-verifiable and privacy-respecting
Zero-knowledge Proof allows all concerned parties to communicate their knowledge of specific values, without disclosing the values’ details
Permission Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) ensures your data is unique, and can only be communicated between specific parties (i.e. your customer, your appointed notary, and you)
Your user account is controlled by a cryptographic private key held on a physical device
Accessing or updating records on the server requires user authorisation using a private key. All recorded data is immutable and traceable
Your keys are stored on a server, but only you can access them. The server acts as a custodian, storing encrypted keys that only you can decrypt
Cryptographic signature prevents one party from denying they received or agreed to a transaction