Build fast, with confidence.

Corda’s development framework enables the building of future-proof apps quickly in financial services and other regulated markets.

We started from the ground up so you don’t have to

Prove value from day one

Modular APIs enable developers to build with speed using Corda’s core suite of capabilities and easily plug into more features as your business grows

Create apps and digital assets fast with standard toolkits and smart contracts that evolve with the asset lifecycle

Develop in languages you already use such as Java, Kotlin and any JVM compatible language

Easily map multi-party business processes to automate agreements using a resilient workflow framework

Utilize what you need now

Business logic workflow to easily map and automate multi-party business processes with reliability

Peer-to-peer network to securely move assets and agreements directly across untrusting parties

Shared ledger to define and store assets and agreements with data consistency

Smart contracts to model assets on ledger and transfer value with pre-agreed upon rules

Reduce time to market

Optimize deployment with flexible application and end-user hosting, network options and R3 services

Scale dynamically as transaction volumes increase with Corda’s peer-to-peer architecture

Built-in network management with user permissions, governance and operations through a defined interface

End-to-end support from R3 customer support, Professional Services and access to the R3 product team

A powerful and flexible development model

Corda’s architecture is purpose-built for high value transactions in regulated markets. Build permissioned applications with a flexible membership model and powerful development toolkits.

Why choose Corda?

While regulated companies may start on public blockchains, they soon realize when they get to production, they require capabilities native to Corda such as privacy, security, scalability and ease-of-integration with existing systems. That’s why we are also exploring interoperability with assets that originate on a non-Corda network.

Public Blockchain

Validates transactions with the public network thus broadcasting sensitive information to all participants.

Privacy

By design Corda shares data only between the counterparties of a transaction. Even the communication protocol itself is invisible to the other members on the network.

Public Blockchain

Requires low level code or specialized languages with custom tooling and sparse libraries.

Development

Smart contracts are legally bound and written in any JVM compatible language, taking advantage of the vast ecosystem of tooling and libraries.

Public Blockchain

Not architected with industry standards or regulations in mind and today new digital assets such as crypto cannot be traded by institutional investors.

Regulatory Compliance

Corda capabilities are grounded in legal constructs and compatible with existing and emerging standards and regulations.

Public Blockchain

Scalability and sustainability are sacrificed for network level consensus — a resource-intensive mechanism to ensure all parties are in sync. Approximate energy or watts consumed per Ethereum transaction: 17,222,222.

Scalability & Sustainability

P2P architecture enables high levels of network scalability and throughput. Transactions don’t need to be sequential, increasing the overall efficiency of the system. Approximate energy or watts consumed per transaction: 24.6.

Public Blockchain

Uses consensus models that settle probabilistically and can ultimately be walked back.

Settlement

Consensus model guarantees that assets have deterministic settlement finality because it is based on validation and uniqueness.

Public Blockchain

Completely open so anyone can join and participate as an anonymous actor on the network raising concerns about security.

Security

In order to participate in a CorDapp each entity must be granted access to do so and tied to a legal entity.

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