Mattereum is a blockchain platform for the automation of commercial agreements using legally enforceable Smart Contracts.
Mattereum is a smart contract platform and related support services that aims to provide a high degree of certainty about the legal frameworks which will be used to handle issues arising from new technology in business. The first horizon is making possible the legal transfer of property using a smart contract.
The Mattereum plan is to bootstrap the necessary legal and technical structures to make the legal transfer of property possible online.
Meeting the challenge has three key components:
Mattereum will build out a set of legal and smart contracts to enable the transfer of ownership of an expanding set of different kinds of property. In parallel, part of this project is to build the ecosystem on the other side of this infrastructure: companies and clients ready to embrace and profit from the new technology, and mechanisms for ensuring that dispute are handled by suitably equipped dispute resolution professionals.
In the early days of e-commerce, it required great skill to do secure credit card payments. PayPal succeded by making this hard work easy.
Today, making blockchain smart contracts work in a real business setting is the same kind of challenge that credit cards were in 1997.
Mattereum is the foundation for the global Internet of Agreements, the next generation of digital commerce, founded by a team with proven experience of designing and launching nation-state-level infrastructure.
Created by leading programmers and lawyers, Mattereum uses blockchain technology to process secure and legally enforceable smart contracts for trade and investment.
Mattereum uses blockchain technology to enable suppliers and customers to implement their legally binding commitments to one another, using smart contract code:
Mattereum’s dispute resolution platform offers:
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