AntShares Partners with Microsoft to Digitalize Real-World Assets with Blockchain
AntShares has recently partnered with Microsoft to develop Blockchain-based digital evidence storage services and is currently planning a global expansion.
Years ago little was known about Blockchain, and today thousands of enthusiasts successfully test and implement services built around it.
AntShares is one of those platforms developed by strong believers in the immense potential of Blockchain. Cointelegraph spoke with the CEO and Co-Founder of AntShares Da Hongfei about the project and its value for the market.
What is AntShares?
AntShares is a decentralized and distributed network protocol based on Blockchain technology. Sounds like a description of any other platform developed on top of the Blockchain? Wait until you know more.
AntShares allows digitalizing real-world assets, enabling registration, depository, transfer, trading, clearing and settlement via a peer-to-peer network. AntShares keeps records of the transfers of digital assets with e-contracts. In AntShares digital tokens generated by e-contracts function as general underlying data and could be used for recording titles and assets, including equities, creditor’s claims, securities, financial contracts, credit points, bills and currencies.