Leios International, Inc. is a U.S.-based software company that is creating a white-label solution that connects multiple blockchain payments and cross-border transfer solutions into one dashboard. This allows for the best end-to-end speed and rates for U.S enterprises through the selection of the best service, or combination of services, for any location.
Leios is Greek for “sleek” or “smooth.” We are creating a smooth, seamless way for enterprises to transfer funds anywhere, by placing a sleek and UX-centric interface over different blockchain solutions to appeal to a mass market of enterprise clients.
No, it is middleware that connects between existing blockchain solutions, then adds a white-label layer to blackbox the interactions between solutions. We do not handle funds and only connect to fully regulated providers. Leios can also plug into non-blockchain solutions to provide an alternative when blockchain isn’t feasible for a location.
The Leios solution can offer a comprehensive package to the cross-border transfer needs of any enterprise, including debt settlement and payroll. Most significantly, Leios is creating the network and applications to allow for low-cost and near-instant global remittance transactions, a $600 billion dollar industry. It also competes in the regtech industry by providing tools to aid in tracking and compliance.
Yes. Internally, Leios is building itself from the ground up adhering to top-tier compliance guidance from its legal council, compliance attorneys, and Regulation E compliance advisors. Leios will operate as a back office that identifies and plugs into regulated services, but will not handle any funds itself. As for our services, Leios will provide tools to help MSBs and others follow their personal compliance regulations.
Leios provides users with a dashboard which plugs into multiple transfer services, blockchain or otherwise. After providing a location, ending currency, and preference of speed vs. cost, the software will return the best option from the available services - or combination of services - and execute the transfer via APIs (possibly with webhooks for timed execution between services) in a single click.
Although this is our primary use case, it is only one part of our ultimate vision. The Leios solution also extends to payroll, and will eventually obtain its own licensing and widen access to as many people and places as possible. Eventually, this can provide the same optimization of transfers or payments for anyone, and to any locations, including financially underserved areas around the globe.