Next generation architecture achieves unprecedented scalability for everyday currency payments comparable to mainstream global card processing systems
The test benchmark set by Billon’s proprietary multi-channel distributed ledger system confirms that Billon can process and maintain massively parallel payments on both a national and global scale. It was achieved as part of the first stage of a series of planned tests Billon is carrying out on a globally recognised cloud platform.
Blockchain has long been criticised for failing to accommodate a competitive transaction load with architectural limitations requiring huge amounts of computing power to process cryptocurrencies at scale. Billon’s DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology), developed over five year, has taken a different approach with a next generation architecture capable of processing real currency without the use of miners or 3rd party exchanges. Its new scalability benchmark, achieved under industry-standard ‘Black-box’ test conditions, proves that Billon’s system can provide a credible alternative to the likes of Visa and MasterCard.
Simon Taylor, Co-Founder, 11:FS, the leading Blockchain and fintech consultancy, said, “It’s encouraging to see examples of benchmarking Blockchain/DLT in production environments for regulated currency. As corporates move from pilots to production, fact-based architecture analysis such as this provides the basis for good decision-making.”
Billon has ripped up the rule book with a lightweight architecture that directly processes Blockchain transactions on smartphones, tablets, computers or servers. Any company or user joining the network forms a node, with a bank owning the user and providing governance. The result is a platform capable of processing real currency in a faster, highly scalable and more cost-effective way than any alternative approach. To date, Billon has begun licensing its technology and solutions to corporates and financial services institutions through its UK FCA registered e-money subsidiary, Billon Financial, and a successful ongoing partnership with PlusBank in Poland.
Andrzej Horoszczak, Founder & CEO of Billon, explained, “We are pleased that these results validate the hard work of our team of world class engineers, especially as our benchmark test was conducted on a global cloud network. This is the exact same production code that has been deployed in places like the United Kingdom. In the next stages, we will be able to add more nodes to achieve even faster throughput.”
Billon changes the way money moves around the world. The company has developed a revolutionary technology for instant payments using advanced cryptography and distributed ledger. This technology supports all national currencies, complies with financial regulations and eliminates barriers related to time and distance – it cares about the needs of people in the digital age.
Billon has found the way to create current accounts on a proprietary digital ledger with the aim of providing frictionless payments solutions at low cost. We are the 1st fintech company to solve problems of cumbersome and expensive trillion dollar alternative payments market, eliminating the need for vouchers, pre-paid cards, and other semi-cash payment methods. Billon builds pioneering white label products and customised solutions for companies that wish to reinvent corporate incentive payments and build digital engagement. The company also offers ready to use merchant services and content monetization tools.
Billon has been accepted by Polish banks and is an FCA registered eMoney institution. We have offices in London, Warsaw and recently the US. For more information, please visit www.billongroup.com