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Qtum is an open source value transfer protocol and decentralized application platform. Combining a modified Bitcoin Core infrastructure with an intercompatible version of the Ethereum Virtual Machine, the Company merges the reliability of Bitcoin’s blockchain with the possibilities provided by smart contracts.

TypePrivate
Founded2016
HQSingapore, SG
Websiteqtum.org

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Employees (est.) (May 2018)13
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Qtum

Patrick Dai

Patrick Dai

Founder
Jordan Earls

Jordan Earls

Co-Founder
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Qtum Office Locations

Qtum has an office in Singapore
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Qtum Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2016

Qtum total Funding

$1.4 m

Qtum latest funding size

$400 k

Time since last funding

3 years ago

Cryptocurrency

Qtum (QTUM)

Qtum investors

Qtum's latest funding round in December 2018 was reported to be $400 k. In total, Qtum has raised $1.4 m
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Qtum Operating Metrics

Nov, 2017Dec, 2017Jan, 2018Feb, 2018

Average Daily Transactions Volume

$178.08 m$664.49 m$843.7 m

Total Supply

100.27 m100.34 m100.39 m

Circulating Supply

73.77 m73.84 m73.89 m
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Qtum Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

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93/100

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Qtum Online and Social Media Presence

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Qtum News and Updates

Pixelplex Contributes to the Adoption of Blockchain Technology With Qtum

PixelPlex just built an easy-to-use open-source platform that’s set to ease the difficulties of building blockchain-based apps. read more

Blockchain Project Qtum Moves to Boost Network Participation With Offline Staking

Blockchain application platform The hybrid blockchain will soon undergo a fork enabling network participants to stake and earn rewards from tokens held in offline wallets.

Qtum launches blockchain smart contract developer tools with Google Cloud

 Qtum Chain Foundation, a secure, open-source smart contract platform built on blockchain distributed ledger technology, today announced a partnership with Google LLC that will bring the company’s developer tools to Google Cloud. By way of the partnership, free-to-use tools will enable developers a…

Qtum Lets Users Deploy a Full Blockchain Node on Google’s Cloud Platform

Qtum releases a new instant virtual machine service on Google's Cloud Platform.

Qtum launches 10,000-transactions-per-second enterprise blockchain

Open-source public distributed ledger blockchain platform the Qtum Foundation announced Thursday the launch of Unita, a blockchain protocol built for enterprise environments. With Unita, businesses can securely store data and automate information transfer processes at speeds in excess of 10,000 tra…

Amazon Web Services China launches official partnership with Qtum

Amazon Web Services (AWS) China has taken another step into the blockchain-based cloud computing world with the announcement of an official partnership with the Singaporean platform Qtum. Simon Wang, head of territory business development at AWS China confirmed to CoinDesk that AWS China is partneri…
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Qtum Blogs

Making NFTs with the Qtum Web Wallet

Qtum recently added minting and managing NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) to the Qtum Web Wallet. In this blog, we follow the steps below to create some NFTs on Qtum Testnet using the Web Wallet:1. Launch the wallet2. Set the wallet to run on Testnet3. Backup the wallet by downloading the key file4. Get s…

Qtum Design Part 1 — What is a UTXO?

Qtum Design Part 1 — What is a UTXO?Qtum brings together Bitcoin’s UTXO model and Ethereum’s EVM into one unique platform. In this series, we will be looking at each of these components and see how Qtum combines these two with great success. So today, let’s focus on UTXOs.Bitcoin and UTXOOne of the …

The Token Standards Of Qtum Part 1 — QRC20 and QRC721

The Token Standards Of Qtum Part 1 — QRC20 and QRC721Creating a one-size-fits-all token standard was crucial for the widespread adoption of Ethereum. The most popular token standards for Ethereum are ERC20, ERC721, and ERC1155. So, today in this first part, let’s look at QRC20 and QRC721 (along with…

August Community & Development Updates

Qtum Crypto Bites: Onwards And Upwards Towards HalvingQtum had an eventful August with many interesting updates. On August 23, we officially marked 100 days on our march towards Qtum’s first Block Reward Halving, happening on December 1, 2021.https://blog.qtum.org/100-days-to-the-halving-d6382bf2359fThrough…

100 Days to the Halving

The calendar shows there are just 100 days until Qtum’s first halving on December 1, 2021. In this blog, we review the halving math and fix a previous incorrect capped supply calculation.The HalvingQtum halvings are based on a 4-year interval of 3,942,000 blocks. Every 4 years the block reward drops…

Qtum Decentral Discord Relaunch

Qtum will relaunch our Discord server with some significant changes to invoke community engagement and provide some awesome incentives. Join Qtum Discord now and get ready for the relaunch on August 19, 2021.Alongside of the successful AMA’s (Ask Me Anything) we hold in Telegram, Qtum will be holdin…
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Qtum Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Qtum founded?

    Qtum was founded in 2016.

  • Who are Qtum key executives?

    Qtum's key executives are Patrick Dai and Jordan Earls.

  • How many employees does Qtum have?

    Qtum has 13 employees.

  • Who are Qtum competitors?

    Competitors of Qtum include Block.one, Cardano and Lisk.

  • Where are Qtum offices?

    Qtum has an office in Singapore.

  • How many offices does Qtum have?

    Qtum has 1 office.