Quant was created to be an intermediary between “different” blockchains. Quant’s operating system; Overledger, acts like a bridge for any blockchain-based project to access other blockchains. It can also connect an existing application to other applications in the same blockchain ecosystem, like Ethereum.
Quant also creates a series of layers for apps to interact on different levels. For example; there are layers for transactions, messaging, filtering and ordering, and an application for sharing and referencing identical messages related to other applications.
There even exists a Quant App Store that has the ability to read and monitor transactions over several ledgers. Using Overledger, a developer can write smart contracts across a variety of chains even those that don’t support them. Developers can use the store to create and release multi-chain applications (MApps).