Introducing Overledger 2.0.5 by Quant Network

Source: https://www.quant.network/pr-announcements/introducing-overledger-2-0-5

Overledger 2.0.5, a huge double feature release that bridges Stablecoin, NFT and DeFi ecosystems with Blockchain payments

Today we’ve released Overledger 2.0.5 as a key milestone to bridge institutional and enterprise ecosystems with stablecoins, DeFi, NFTs and popular ERC20 and ERC721 digital assets for clearing and settlement.

Live and in production, Overledger now natively supports Blockchain payments to power a new generation of interoperability, payments and clearing and settlement use cases. Using the Overledger Payment API, you can now transact and settle between different digital asset types with a few lines of code in only two API calls. It’s as simple as calling the prepare and execute endpoints:

Sandbox  
Prepare – POST https://api.sandbox.overledger.io/v2/preparation/transaction
Execute – POST https://api.sandbox.overledger.io/v2/execution/transaction  

Production  
Prepare – POST https://api.overledger.io/v2/preparation/transaction  
Execute – POST https://api.overledger.io/v2/execution/transaction  

Use cases supported include:

  • Clearing and Settling between different digital assets, types and stablecoins
  • Collateralising NFTs with stablecoins such as USDC, DAI and USDT
  • Multi-DLT DeFi payments by combining lending and staking products with new settlement options

Natively supported tokens, NFTs and digital assets in Overledger 2.0.5 include:

ERC20 Production

  • Quant (QNT)  
  • Binance Coin (BNB)  
  • Tether USD (USDT)  
  • ChainLink Token (LINK)  
  • Uniswap (UNI)  
  • USD Coin (USDC)  
  • Binance USD (BUSD)  
  • Crypto.com Coin (CRO)  
  • VeChain (VEN)  
  • Theta Token (THETA)  
  • Wrapped Filecoin (WFIL)  
  • OKB (OKB)  
  • Wrapped BTC (WBTC)  
  • Hex (HEX)  
  • HuobiToken (HT)  
  • Aave Token (AAVE)  
  • Dai Stablecoin (DAI)  
  • Maker (MKR)  
  • Compound (COMP)  
  • Bitfinex LEO Token (LEO)  
  • Telcoin (TEL)  
  • Celsius (CEL)  
  • Yearn.finance (YFI)  
  • chiliZ (CHZ)  
  • Zilliqa (ZIL)  
  • Telcoin (TEL)  
  • AMP (AMP)  

ERC20 Sandbox

  • Quant (QNT)  
  • BNB (BNB)  
  • Tether USD (USDT)  
  • ChainLink Token (LINK)  
  • USD Coin (USDC)  
  • VeChain (VEN)  
  • Theta Token (THETA)  
  • Wrapped Filecoin (WFIL)  
  • OKB (OKB)  
  • Wrapped BTC (WBTC)  
  • Hex (HEX)  
  • Binance USD (BUSD)  
  • Aave Token (AAVE)  
  • Dai Stablecoin (DAI)  

ERC721 Production

  • Uniswap V3: Positions NFT (UNI-V3-POS)  
  • Ethereum Name Service (ENS)  
  • Art Blocks  
  • CryptoKitties (CK)  
  • CryptoPhunksV2  
  • .crypto (UD)  
  • TheWickedCraniums  
  • Rarible  
  • DystoPunks V2  
  • Gods Unchained Cards (CARD)  
  • Sorare  
  • Meta Bots  
  • Dreamloops V1  
  • FND NFT (FNDNFT)  
  • Slumdoge Billionaires  
  • TheAlienBoy  
  • BoredApeKennelClub  
  • BoredApeYachtClub  
  • The4001Project  
  • J48BATRINKETS  

ERC721 Sandbox

  • Nft  
  • ThronNFT  
  • Quant NFTs  
  • Rarible  
  • H S N T  
  • TheWall  
  • Ainsoph3  

Upcoming releases of Overledger will build on these capabilities. Institutions and Developers will be able to issue their own fungible and non-fungible tokens, providing a platform for the creation and management of interoperable stablecoins, digital currencies and tokenised assets.  

Download release notes: Release notes 2.0.5

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Updated on September 7, 2021

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