Our Blockchain in Blockchain solves the problem with distributed Smart Contracts slowing down the transaction speed of the whole blockchain, and instead focuses on it a primary goal to get consensus signing of the parties designated to the specific contract and is then injected into the main BlockChain. The Q1N embedded blockchain is so lightweight that running it on IoT devices is not a problem.

Contracts first developed in ancient Rome. Over time, they have evolved in complexity and size. Today, they form the backbone of modern business and trade across the globe. Most big business contracts are long, arduous, detailed documents with complicated language. They require lawyers and consultants to frame them, to decipher them, and if need be, to defend them.

Enter Smart contracts, self-executing, self-enforcing contracts.
They are governed by the explicit terms and conditions laid out within them. These virtual agreements can facilitate the exchange of money, content, shares, property, or anything of value.

The self-executing nature of these contracts provides a tremendous opportunity for use in any field that relies on data to drive transactions.