QANplatform Debuts First Ethereum Compatible Quantum-Resistant Blockchain Following Testnet Launch

QANplatform Debuts First Ethereum Compatible Quantum-Resistant Blockchain Following Testnet Launch

QANplatform, a quantum-resistant Layer 1 hybrid blockchain platform that enables the creation of quantum-resistant innovations in any programming language has launched its TestNet following a recent announcement.

The project features a compatible model with the Ethereum network, which allows participants to add the QAN TestNet to MetaMask, and also transact with testnet tokens on the quantum-resistant QAN TestNet.

Hence, the QANplatform has become the first Ethereum compatible quantum-resistant blockchain platform following the QAN TestNet release, as unveiled by the Co-Founder and CTO of QANplatform, Johann Polecsak. Johann’s statement reads;

“I’m pleased to announce that QANplatform is the very first Ethereum compatible quantum-resistant Layer 1 blockchain platform on the planet. The TestNet release is a truly defining milestone in QAN’s lifespan and proof that providing quantum security yet remaining compatible with 99% of the ecosystem is very much possible. QAN is the only such solution in the crypto space, and I am very proud of the whole team for making this miracle happen.”

QANplatform to Boost Blockchain Mass Adoption

The QANplatform is set to function exclusively with its groundbreaking models that tend to pose blockchain towards mainstream adoption. It appears that the platform is coming out big after the TestNet release.


Per the announcement, the completion of the QAN’s TestNet phase will see the platform including its multi-language smart contract engine dubbed QAN’s Virtual Machine (QVM). This mechanism will help users gain easier access to talent acquisition, development, and codebase maintenance at lesser costs.

QAN aims to build integrations to existing and widely adopted and common programming languages to enable developers to code in any programming language without learning an exotic new smart contract language.

Hence, giving developers the opportunity to easily, quickly, and securely build quantum-resistant smart contracts, DApps, DeFi, DAO, NFT, tokens, Metaverse, and Web3 solutions on top of the QAN blockchain platform in any programming language they are familiar with.

Johann Polecsak further commented on the development saying, “We are proud that we created the first economic model for blockchains where smart contract authors are financially motivated to produce well documented high-quality reusable pieces of software.”