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March 19, 2017, 07:23:44 PM
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In case you missed it, Qtum was featured on The Huffington Post






By Daniyal Sheikh


Bitcoin, the owner-less currency system introduced by a mysterious programmer going under the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto, recently celebrated its 8th birthday. This year, the anniversary was especially festive, with the cryptocurrency trading at about $1000 per piece - stabilizing around a market cap. approaching 15 Billion USD. Not bad for an open-source project which began its career as a cyber-libertarian rebellion against a corrupt financial sector.

Since its humble first steps, Bitcoin soon managed to shed its counter-establishment flair and attracted the attention of entrepreneurs and regulators alike. But above all, the groundbreaking technology underlying the project, the blockchain, rapidly begun to spark hopes and dreams of techno-Utopian visionaries everywhere.

One gang of such visionaries, led by a 19 year-old prodigy named Vitalik Buterin, teamed up some four years ago to extend Nakamoto’s decentralized exchange model, so it could execute far more complicated transactions, enabling a wide array of new possibilities - ranging from “smart” contracts which execute themselves, to web applications that can’t be taken down, censored or attacked.

The real-world application of Butterin’s new blockchain gospel would probably revolutionize commerce and change it forever, enabling degrees of transparency and corporate accountability unseen since the dawn of the industrial revolution. However, the new and exciting abilities provided by the project came at a price: in order to sustain the complexity of the new platform, called Ethereum, Bitcoin’s elegant and rock solid transaction model had to be modified to the degree that interacting with its blockchain became a complicated and heavy-duty operation - thus far preventing it from exhausting its capabilities.

Combining Forces in Asia

The next step in blockchain’s evolution might come from a surprising angle. The Chinese government has recently listed blockchain technologies among the main development directions under the PRC’s 17th five year plan, and hopes to use the technology to fight corruption.

Following institutional backing, and building upon the under-utilized potential of smart contracts and decentralized applications, Qtum (pronounced Quantum), a Chinese startup, is detriment to push blockchain technologies towards mainstream adoption, promising to make the game-changing technology accessible to legacy organizations and governments around the globe for the first time.

Up until now mostly undiscovered by the western market, the Qtum Foundation has recently published an intriguing Whitepaper which has created ripples, reaching both sides of the Atlantic. The international team, led by a predominantly Chinese management, introduced a blockchain platform, combining Bitcoin’s proven-to-deliver architecture with Ethereum’s extended smart contracting abilities - a combination believed to be impossible until now. The implications of the proposed technology, if found to be functioning as advertised, are far reaching indeed, and bear the potential to disrupt the very way the internet works, while heralding a new age of decentralized commerce.

The blockchain space is notorious for harboring buzzword pumping startups, which very often fail to deliver on their hair-raising promises. The major investors in this industry have long become immune to empty rhetoric and are seldom impressed by teams, promising to reinvent the blockchain. However, judging by the amount of traction Qtum receives, this project seems to play in a different league.

Anthony Di Iorio, Ethereum Co-Founder, and CEO of JaxxWallet; Chen Weixing, Billionaire founder of Kuaidi, the Chinese version of Uber; Jeremy Gardner, co-founder of Augur and EIR at Blockchain Capital; David Lee Cuo Chuen, founder of Left Coast & Libai, as well as Bo Shen, General Partner at Fenbushi Capital; are only a few excerpts from a long and very impressive list of investors and advisers, gathered around Qtum.

Following legacy interest, but still taking the industry by surprise, the company recently announced that its business white paper has been co-developed by one of the ‘big four’ consultant agencies, being the first blockchain startup of its kind to do so.

This unusual involvement of legacy investors and regulators makes it very likely that we’re about to witness the third major breakthrough of decentralized technologies; Bitcoin, of course, being the first, Ethereum, with its smart contract concept the second, leading to the third in terms of finally implementing these principles in the real-world.

If Qtum, backed by its heavy-weight partners, succeeds in its endeavours, we could soon live in a world of decentralized international trade - applying to contracts, supply-chain management and corporate governance the same logic Bitcoin applied to money itself: rendering them cryptographically secured, transparent and immune to corruption and fraud.











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March 19, 2017, 08:51:59 PM
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I think this project is one of the best in crypto this year! now with a successful crowdsale just sit and watch it happen, all the naysayers will cry later this year  Grin

You can still blame glebby for making you miss this one  Tongue

Keep on sucking qtums dong, stackoverflow. You are no doubt the number 1 fanboy sockpuppet, congrats! In fact, you probably comprise 90% of the positive posts in this thread. Wow! Such a strong community! A whole one person!
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March 19, 2017, 11:31:09 PM
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I think it is fucking scam
ico website like https://qtum.bizhongchou.com/qtum_dashboard  scam also, i registered 17, still cannot login website, it show me error - wrong password, wrong username

lol , i changed password 5 times, still cannot login

Scam scam scam
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March 20, 2017, 12:15:21 AM
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I think this project is one of the best in crypto this year! now with a successful crowdsale just sit and watch it happen, all the naysayers will cry later this year  Grin

You can still blame glebby for making you miss this one  Tongue

I think you did well for the paid work.
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March 20, 2017, 03:16:44 AM
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I think it is fucking scam
ico website like https://qtum.bizhongchou.com/qtum_dashboard  scam also, i registered 17, still cannot login website, it show me error - wrong password, wrong username

lol , i changed password 5 times, still cannot login

Scam scam scam

I think that no-login-in will be good for you.
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March 20, 2017, 04:29:14 AM
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I've invested in this project as it seems that the QTUM boys are working on something very exciting.

Are the haters here simply unable to afford investing in the crowdfund?
Are they unable to verify their identities with allcoin.com?

Earlz is clearly a very clever man who's been an active, constructive contributor to this community for a long time now.

Coupled with articles by Forbes and HuffPost mentioning nothing about a scam (both of whom have journalists far more skilled than the anonymous witch-hunters on this board), I think some of you really need to find something better to do.

See you on the other side, suckers.
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March 20, 2017, 04:32:00 AM
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I've invested in this project as it seems that the QTUM boys are working on something very exciting.

Are the haters here simply unable to afford investing in the crowdfund?
Are they unable to verify their identities with allcoin.com?

Earlz is clearly a very clever man who's been an active, constructive contributor to this community for a long time now.

Coupled with articles by Forbes and HuffPost mentioning nothing about a scam (both of whom have journalists far more skilled than the anonymous witch-hunters on this board), I think some of you really need to find something better to do.

See you on the other side, suckers.

We are busy making money in trading tha. Investing in these smoke and mirrors shit
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March 20, 2017, 05:19:15 AM
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I've invested in this project as it seems that the QTUM boys are working on something very exciting.

Are the haters here simply unable to afford investing in the crowdfund?
Are they unable to verify their identities with allcoin.com?

Earlz is clearly a very clever man who's been an active, constructive contributor to this community for a long time now.

Coupled with articles by Forbes and HuffPost mentioning nothing about a scam (both of whom have journalists far more skilled than the anonymous witch-hunters on this board), I think some of you really need to find something better to do.

See you on the other side, suckers.

allcoin.com sold out everything 17.03, on the weekends they not working, today I sure nothing more will be, so why you spam here?



I happy that i didnt invest so many in this scam
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March 20, 2017, 05:25:22 AM
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I think they collecting our email + password for steal more money lol
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March 20, 2017, 07:03:37 AM
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There are only 5% percent left

If you want to buy qtum, please visit http://www.ico365.com/?hl=en
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March 20, 2017, 07:22:18 AM
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In case you missed it, Qtum was featured on The Huffington Post






By Daniyal Sheikh


Bitcoin, the owner-less currency system introduced by a mysterious programmer going under the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto, recently celebrated its 8th birthday. This year, the anniversary was especially festive, with the cryptocurrency trading at about $1000 per piece - stabilizing around a market cap. approaching 15 Billion USD. Not bad for an open-source project which began its career as a cyber-libertarian rebellion against a corrupt financial sector.

Since its humble first steps, Bitcoin soon managed to shed its counter-establishment flair and attracted the attention of entrepreneurs and regulators alike. But above all, the groundbreaking technology underlying the project, the blockchain, rapidly begun to spark hopes and dreams of techno-Utopian visionaries everywhere.

One gang of such visionaries, led by a 19 year-old prodigy named Vitalik Buterin, teamed up some four years ago to extend Nakamoto’s decentralized exchange model, so it could execute far more complicated transactions, enabling a wide array of new possibilities - ranging from “smart” contracts which execute themselves, to web applications that can’t be taken down, censored or attacked.

The real-world application of Butterin’s new blockchain gospel would probably revolutionize commerce and change it forever, enabling degrees of transparency and corporate accountability unseen since the dawn of the industrial revolution. However, the new and exciting abilities provided by the project came at a price: in order to sustain the complexity of the new platform, called Ethereum, Bitcoin’s elegant and rock solid transaction model had to be modified to the degree that interacting with its blockchain became a complicated and heavy-duty operation - thus far preventing it from exhausting its capabilities.

Combining Forces in Asia

The next step in blockchain’s evolution might come from a surprising angle. The Chinese government has recently listed blockchain technologies among the main development directions under the PRC’s 17th five year plan, and hopes to use the technology to fight corruption.

Following institutional backing, and building upon the under-utilized potential of smart contracts and decentralized applications, Qtum (pronounced Quantum), a Chinese startup, is detriment to push blockchain technologies towards mainstream adoption, promising to make the game-changing technology accessible to legacy organizations and governments around the globe for the first time.

Up until now mostly undiscovered by the western market, the Qtum Foundation has recently published an intriguing Whitepaper which has created ripples, reaching both sides of the Atlantic. The international team, led by a predominantly Chinese management, introduced a blockchain platform, combining Bitcoin’s proven-to-deliver architecture with Ethereum’s extended smart contracting abilities - a combination believed to be impossible until now. The implications of the proposed technology, if found to be functioning as advertised, are far reaching indeed, and bear the potential to disrupt the very way the internet works, while heralding a new age of decentralized commerce.

The blockchain space is notorious for harboring buzzword pumping startups, which very often fail to deliver on their hair-raising promises. The major investors in this industry have long become immune to empty rhetoric and are seldom impressed by teams, promising to reinvent the blockchain. However, judging by the amount of traction Qtum receives, this project seems to play in a different league.

Anthony Di Iorio, Ethereum Co-Founder, and CEO of JaxxWallet; Chen Weixing, Billionaire founder of Kuaidi, the Chinese version of Uber; Jeremy Gardner, co-founder of Augur and EIR at Blockchain Capital; David Lee Cuo Chuen, founder of Left Coast & Libai, as well as Bo Shen, General Partner at Fenbushi Capital; are only a few excerpts from a long and very impressive list of investors and advisers, gathered around Qtum.

Following legacy interest, but still taking the industry by surprise, the company recently announced that its business white paper has been co-developed by one of the ‘big four’ consultant agencies, being the first blockchain startup of its kind to do so.

This unusual involvement of legacy investors and regulators makes it very likely that we’re about to witness the third major breakthrough of decentralized technologies; Bitcoin, of course, being the first, Ethereum, with its smart contract concept the second, leading to the third in terms of finally implementing these principles in the real-world.

If Qtum, backed by its heavy-weight partners, succeeds in its endeavours, we could soon live in a world of decentralized international trade - applying to contracts, supply-chain management and corporate governance the same logic Bitcoin applied to money itself: rendering them cryptographically secured, transparent and immune to corruption and fraud.











Only 5.5% of the available Qtum tokens remain for sale, if you would like to participate, please visit:


All ready invested in the project best of luck for your future plan
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March 20, 2017, 11:03:34 AM
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The Qtum Project was featured on The Merkle on March 8th, discussing our Whitepaper release:



(Singapore – March 9, 2017) –The Qtum Foundation has released a whitepaper (https://qtum.org/en/white-papers) detailing the technical workings of the Qtum blockchain stack. Qtum is a smart contract platform for industry use cases, allowing mobile use of smart contracts and employing a Proof-of-Stake consensus protocol. The paper titled, Smart-Contract Value-Transfer Protocols on a Distributed Mobile Application Platform, was authored by the co-founders of the Qtum project, Patrick Dai, Neil Mahi, Jordan Earls and the project’s Scientific Advisor Dr. Alex Norta.

Mobile Support

Qtum’s UTXO-based blockchain supports the SPV (Simple Payment Verification) protocol from launch, which will allow lite wallets, running on mobile devices, to engage natively with decentralized applications and smart contracts for the first time. This feature also allows IoT devices to be secured and operated with smart contracts. Lite wallets allow users to interact with the network without having to download and sync with the entire blockchain, enabling low bandwidth/storage access to smart contracts. With SPV support, transactions can be signed by the device itself rather than having to rely on third-party services to relay messages. The Foundation recently illustrated their mobile functionality in a demo video on their website (https://qtum.org/en/videos/qtum-technical-introduction-and-demonstration).

“Getting smart contracts to work on smartphones and tablets heralds a new age in the field of decentralized computation. With about half of all Internet traffic being generated by mobile devices, every real-world use case for decentralized applications would massively benefit from mobile support – especially if we’re taking the tendencies of developing markets into account”  — Patrick Dai, Co-founder of the Qtum Project

Account Abstraction Layer

The Account Abstraction Layer, described in the whitepaper, is what allows Qtum’s UXTO-based blockchain to seamlessly interact with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and more virtual machines down the line. By enabling smart contract execution on a UTXO platform, contracts are given more functionality thanks to the relative complexity of the UTXO model compared to an Ethereum-account like model. In addition to mobile support for smart contracts and dApps, Qtum’s UTXO structure gives users more traceability of smart contracts while offering more privacy with blockchain innovations like Change Addresses (CA) and more privacy enhancements in the pipeline. For more details please review: https://qtum.org/en/lm/account-abstraction-layer-overview

“This whitepaper fills the gap in the state of the art by presenting the Qtum smart-contract framework that aims for socio technical application suitability, the adoption of formal-semantics language expressiveness, and the provision of smart-contract template libraries for rapid best-practice industry deployment.” — Alex Norta, Scientific Advisor of the Qtum Project

Smart-Contract Lifecycle Management

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The whitepaper addresses many concerns presented by industry users because of what happened with the case of the Ethereum DAO attack. Smart Contract Lifecycle Management aims to resolve this issue and other potential issues by allowing contract collaboration, negotiation, review, and tracking. Blockchain technology’s inherent distributed nature allows for contracts to run without being interrupted; however, change is the nature of life and contracts need updating to reflect new landscapes.

With smart-contract management, contracts can evolve according to cross-organizational collaboration. Smart-contract management can help establish trust between businesses with proper security vetting by collaborating parties. Additionally, smart-contract management enables contracts to be more like living documents and when situations changes, (i.e., terms are broken in the contract, such as a delay) parties can determine if they want to amend or close the contract.

“Qtum aims to revolutionize business processes and the way that businesses interact with their customers by making smart contract technology mobile and practical. The SPV protocol allows smart contracts to move from servers and laptops, into IoT and mobile devices.” — Jordan Earls, Co-founder of the Qtum Project

About Qtum: Qtum is an open source value transfer protocol and decentralized application platform. The development team hails from multiple countries around the globe and is a collection of top experts in the industry. The Qtum Foundation, headquartered in Singapore, is the decision-making body that drives the project development. The Qtum Foundation has engaged one of the world’s leading professional service providers, PwC, for project management support. Learn more at https://qtum.org

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March 20, 2017, 11:15:37 AM
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I think it is fucking scam
ico website like https://qtum.bizhongchou.com/qtum_dashboard  scam also, i registered 17, still cannot login website, it show me error - wrong password, wrong username

lol , i changed password 5 times, still cannot login

Scam scam scam

Same thing happened to me. It's a crap site, it forwards you to 8btc.com to register but doesn't do it/let you login. I wonder if it only allows users from asian countries to register or something like that.

I got my qtum tokens from allcoin - no problems there, EXEPT that they ran out of supply very quicky, a few hours after release and they haven't had any more since..
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I think it is fucking scam
ico website like https://qtum.bizhongchou.com/qtum_dashboard  scam also, i registered 17, still cannot login website, it show me error - wrong password, wrong username

lol , i changed password 5 times, still cannot login

Scam scam scam

Same thing happened to me. It's a crap site, it forwards you to 8btc.com to register but doesn't do it/let you login. I wonder if it only allows users from asian countries to register or something like that.

I got my qtum tokens from allcoin - no problems there, EXEPT that they ran out of supply very quicky, a few hours after release and they haven't had any more since..


Have a try with http://www.ico365.com/?hl=en
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March 20, 2017, 01:45:15 PM
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Warning,QTUM IS A SCAM.
See the following pic
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March 20, 2017, 03:28:00 PM
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If you conduct ICO on websites, then why can not you add more memory and resources to their normal operation?

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It's a fuckin press release! How do I know? This ...

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Even though this project does have a scamer dev I still think its going to do very well. Im investing!

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Amazingly quiet here to be honest. Wouldn't think that for a project that raised 10 million USD in 90 minutes!

i think most of the chatter is happening on the other forums and the chinese forums.

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Amazingly quiet here to be honest. Wouldn't think that for a project that raised 10 million USD in 90 minutes!

i think most of the chatter is happening on the other forums and the chinese forums.

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Wouldn't surprise at all if they split with the funds. Seems some of them have a history of that. Good luck!
 

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