BTQ is an innovative leader in quantum technology and digital security. With the advent of quantum computing posing an imminent threat to digital security, we are dedicated to providing robust post-quantum cryptography (PQC) solutions to secure mission-critical networks. As one the first publicly-traded companies offering investors dual exposure to these growing fields, we are at the forefront of the digital security sector.
As global security threats loom, the adoption of digital applications and quantum computing security is growing. BTQ is one of the first publicly-traded company that gives investors dual exposure to these important sectors.
Quantum technology is a top priority for governments worldwide, with over US$34 billion in disclosed investment to date. Simultaneously, pure-play quantum hardware makers and large corporations are investing heavily in building commercially viable quantum computers, reinforcing the need for increased levels of security.
BTQ is developing software solutions with transaction volume-based fees, promising significant margin expansion as the product scales.
PQC is a niche field. BTQ has secured agreements with some of the top scientists in this area. We also have deep relationships with research institutes like ITRI and other PQC ecosystem members, which are challenging to replicate for new entrants.
BTQ has strategically positioned its core technical team in Taiwan, the global semiconductor hub. We also have offices in cities renowned for strong academic research teams, including Vancouver and Sydney. Additionally, the company develops IP that can be applied to a variety of end uses (blockchain, financials, IoT, etc.) and business models (SaaS, hardware sub-licensing, etc.).
As quantum computing progresses, it presents a formidable challenge to traditional encryption methods, leaving sensitive data vulnerable. Quantum security ensures the safety of critical digital infrastructure, from financial systems to national defense networks. Implementing quantum-safe encryption today safeguards against future quantum attacks, securing data both now and in the years to come.
Quantum Threat & NIST's Role
As quantum capabilities challenge today's encryption, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) spearheads the global drive for quantum-safe standards.
Lattice Cryptography & Economic Impact
Lattice-based cryptography, a digital security approach that uses multi-dimensional grids, presents a robust defense against quantum threats. McKinsey spots a potential $1.3 trillion value unlock by 2035 in key industries including financial, chemicals, automotive and life sciences.
Global Collaboration & Investment Surge
The G7 emphasizes global quantum collaboration. Transitioning requires robust strategy, but the promise is evident: 2022 saw $2.35 billion in quantum tech start-up investments, surpassing previous records.
Support & Breakthroughs
To assist businesses in this quantum shift, specialized services offer guidance and risk assessments. Additionally, recent research into the properties of UTe2 in the realm of superconductors hints at game-changing implications for resilient quantum computing.
BTQ Technologies is pursuing a comprehensive global strategy for the development of Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) solutions. This involves engaging in government-funded research to address strategic challenges, entering research contracts for collaborative projects, and actively focusing on intellectual property development. By combining these approaches, BTQ Technologies aims to drive innovation in PQC, collaborate with diverse entities, and establish a strong intellectual property portfolio for a competitive edge in the field.
As quantum computing progresses, it presents a formidable challenge to traditional encryption methods, leaving sensitive data vulnerable.
Quantum security ensures the safety of critical digital infrastructure, from financial systems to national defense networks.
Implementing quantum-safe encryption today safeguards against future quantum attacks, securing data both now and in the years to come.
Staying ahead in quantum security is essential for compliance with emerging data protection regulations and maintaining public trust.
Embracing quantum security paves the way for innovative solutions in cybersecurity, offering a competitive edge in a rapidly evolving digital landscape.
Learn about our strategic approach, market potential, and how our dedication to cutting-edge research and development drives value for our stakeholders.
Where is BTQ located?
The headquarters of BTQ Technologies Corp. is located in Vancouver, BC, but the company also has a wholly owned subsidiary in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, which in turn has a branch office in Taipei, Taiwan. The Taiwan office serves as the company’s technical hub, with a team of active researchers. BTQ also maintains a small but growing presence in Sydney, Australia, and Seoul, Korea, and is actively expanding in both countries.
Who is BTQ’s legal counsel?
BTQ’s Chief Legal Officer is Peter Lavelle, but the company has also retained Farris LLP, Winkler Partners, and Batliner Wanger Batliner Rechtsanwälte AG as its local counsel for matters specific to Canada, Taiwan, and Liechtenstein, respectively.
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When was BTQ founded?
BTQ was originally founded as a private Liechtenstein entity in March, 2021, but later underwent a change of structure whereby it became a public Canadian entity in February, 2023.
Is BTQ a publicly traded company?
Yes. BTQ Technologies Corp. is listed and trading on the NEO Exchange in Canada, under the ticker “BTQ", on the OTCQX in the United States under the ticker "BTQQF", and on the Frankfurt Exchange in German under the ticker "NG3".
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