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A Universal Blockchain Protocol Enabling Cross-ledger Access through Business Modularization

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Meet Our Team  |  Advisors

David Cao

David Cao

Founder & CEO

Bob Binns

Bob Binns

Chief Strategy Officer

Edwin Zhang

Edwin Zhang

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Paul W. Homer

Paul W. Homer

Chief Technology Officer

Alex Lan

Alex Lan

Co-Founder & Blockchain R&D

Stephen Li

Stephen Li

VP of Engineering

Enrico Baculinao

Enrico Baculinao

Full-Stack Engineer

Kevin Dial

Kevin Dial

Front-End Engineer / UX Designer

Lester Li

Lester Li

Blockchain Engineer

Sahir Parmar

Sahir Parmar

Community Director

Henry Lan

Henry Lan

Community Manager - China

Partners

Polymath
FBG One
MW Partners
ViaBTC
CoinEx
Gwei Capital
TGO Capital
Qube
Crypto Capital Group
Signal Ventures
Seven Venture Capital
Liunar Link
DreamEdge Ventures
BlockGround Captial
Zerocap
Wandarin
Digital Strategies
08 Captial
Quarkchain
Fintelics
Edenchain
Pchain

Roadmap

Q3–Q4 2017

  • Final whitepaper

  • Theoretical Proof of Concept

Q1–Q2 2018

  • Launch Ethereum sidechain testnet

  • Synchronize Ethereum sidechain with OneLedger protocol engine

  • Implement and optimize cross-chain consensus

  • Add more public chain support

  • Launch MVP with crosschain consensus

Q3-Q4 2018

  • Enable Bitcoin sidechain to allow for cross-chain support

  • Complete decentralized cross-chain exchange protocol

  • Complete implementation of modularization tools and compilers

  • Implement OneLedger's Identity Management System and Smart Contract Authorization System

  • Launch API gateway

  • Launch Alpha version of the OneLedger testnet platform

2019+

  • Release first version of the OneLedger mainnet platform

  • Integrate with more blockchain protocols

  • Expand business network

F.A.Q.

  • What is OneLedger and what makes it different from other projects?

    OneLedger is an enterprise blockchain solution that is focused on bridging centralized enterprise technologies with emerging decentralized technologies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

    OneLedger provides an SDK and API to make coding easier than before. We have the concept of Business Modules that will allow developers to package sophisticated strategies.

    Basically, we are creating a general mechanism within the protocol to let blockchains map and transfer digital assets within OneLedger to run, exchange and support cross-chain transaction through side-chains.

    On the business layer of OneLedger, we offer a solution to bridge public chains and private chains which would encapsulate OneLedger into a small virtual network based on Business Modules. The network supports the private transactions inside of modules, and offers partial broadcasting transaction between modules or public transaction with whole network broadcasting.

  • What is the progress of the project, and which companies have partnered with OneLedger?

    We released our MVP (minimum viable product) at the end of June. In July, we released the atomic-swap feature between Ethereum and Bitcoin, which will be the basis of our cross-chain capabilities. We are actively seeking cooperation with other public chain projects. We plan to set up a team in China focusing on blockchain application development, and will actively cooperate with various Chinese companies.

  • What value do you offer compared to other competitors?

    We understand that centralized organizations are not going away. They serve a purpose in society by taking responsibility for their actions. A fully decentralized solution would leave most people vulnerable, and further complicate their lives. We see this now with trying to convert digital tokens back into meaningful purchases, it’s far more complex than it should be and there is a significant risk of getting ripped off. Decentralized technologies are great, but they are only applicable to some aspects of modern society. They need to be blended into our modern world, not replace it.

    In that sense, we are seeking a balance, both in the technologies we build, but also in how we build them. We think that this acceptance leads us to better engineering and to be able to find a better fit for these new technologies.

    Given our understanding, we are well positioned to explore these emerging technologies, combining their best parts to craft a protocol and tools that really solve the problems we are seeing with this type of large-scale computing.

  • About the team and supporters, what are your strengths?

    We’re a very balanced team with a lot of experience. We come from diverse background including large enterprises, startups, and financial companies. We have a wide range of different experiences.

    We have strong, experienced management and have gathered a good set of advisors and relationships with other blockchain companies.

    We’ve built up a good mix of engineers that come from different stages of development, including young, high energy programmers interested working on bleeding-edge technology and experienced veterans that bring in deep practical knowledge.

    Although we have some remote employees, our focus is to keep a strong core development team in Toronto. We feel that this brick and mortar approach lets us communicate better, while still being able to leverage the best talent from around the world.

    We are focused on engineering, expanding our knowledge and are actively working to avoid common distractions.