Today’s enterprise faces unprecedented security challenges when it comes to centralized infrastructure, but rip-and-replace is costly and often times unfeasible. Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) enables individuals and businesses to build applications that are radically safer, but those benefits come with heavy setup costs and usability challenges. We solve this challenge for enterprise developers by connecting traditional centralized directories with the decentralized,distributed cryptography that powers our hybrid blockchain. Our mission is to help our customers use decentralization when and where it delivers real value, using code they’ve already written.
In fact, using Transmute you can more easily comply with new and existing identity and security standards like GDPR, W3C, as well as industry-specific regulations like HIPAA.
Leverage DLT where it makes sense for your business, all while maintaining the scalability you’ve come to expect from cloud.
We’re committed to ensuring your business gets real solutions to real problems today — not five years from now. Here are some real use cases from real customers.
An insurance company has an API hosted in Azure for handling sensitive documents and managing business and employee data integrations. Using the Transmute Platform, the API can continueto authenticate customer requests without any changes, but can now support encryption, signing and verification of documents, where the user controls the encryption keys.
Title insurance requires a secure audit log of compliance and documentation. Using the Transmute Framework, any existing database can be extended to support smart contract integrations.The first level of support simply ensures the integrity of the offchain database. Now more complex smart contracts can easily be developed to automate cryptographic transfers of ownership, and attestations for required documentation.
We’re currently testing our platform with customers. If you’re interested in learning more or becoming an early adopter, apply here.