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July 12, 2017, 09:21:16 AM
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Still waiting for details from the QTUM team, has anyone successfully withdrawn qtum from bizhongchou.com to a token adress ?
So far no one succeeded, waiting for the official gui wallet on the line it
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Make a profit of 20 times on this project. Thank you very much for the team's delivery of such a project. I hope the price of QTUM will rise rapidly and see 1000 RMB
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BitcoinMagazine covers the Russia Hackathon, co-sponsored by the Qtum project:




"Qtum was the largest sponsor of the hackathon, and with members of the Qtum Foundation in attendance, many of the developers deployed their applications to Ethereum as well as Qtum. Qtum is a hybrid blockchain that merges the UTXO transaction model of Bitcoin with the EVM on Ethereum. It began as a fork of Bitcoin and the team added in an abstraction layer to integrate the EVM, ultimately allowing any developer tool built for Ethereum to also be available on Qtum, including Solidity smart contracts and Web3. Because of this, many of the decentralized applications presented were built on Ethereum as well as deployed to the Qtum testnet."
















Since Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed interest in Ethereum at his meeting with Vitalik Buterin at the World Economic Forum held in St. Petersburg, the blockchain industry in Russia has been quick to heat up. The Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference in Saint Petersburg was held in June, followed immediately by a blockchain-focused hackathon called BlockchainHack in Moscow, with 150 people in attendance competing for $100,000 worth of cryptocurrency.   



The hackathon took place at the Paveletsky Art Center, a massive building in downtown Moscow that has become the de facto hub for blockchain technology in Russia, with an increasing number of blockchain developers and enthusiasts who work out of it. The event was jointly organized by BTC Media, Qtum, Zerion, Waves, the Token Fund and Blockchain School, with additional support from the community in Russia.



The teams presented ambitious demos with winning topics including a mobile application to track and invest into ICOs; an arbitration service based on smart contracts and a reputation system; facial recognition software to determine what ICOs and blockchain projects a blockchain developer has been involved in and is currently active with; among others.



The winning team, Wafer, presented a demo and vision of creating a distributed Wi-Fi network using blockchain technology. They effectively allow routers to sell traffic without being tied to a particular software on the device. It uses smart contracts to ensure that users all pay for their traffic and that a user is guaranteed to get access to the internet after payment.



Qtum was the largest sponsor of the hackathon, and with members of the Qtum Foundation in attendance, many of the developers deployed their applications to Ethereum as well as Qtum. Qtum is a hybrid blockchain that merges the UTXO transaction model of Bitcoin with the EVM on Ethereum. It began as a fork of Bitcoin and the team added in an abstraction layer to integrate the EVM, ultimately allowing any developer tool built for Ethereum to also be available on Qtum, including Solidity smart contracts and Web3. Because of this, many of the decentralized applications presented were built on Ethereum as well as deployed to the Qtum testnet.



Prize money was awarded in Qtum tokens, Waves tokens and ether (ETH): as the grand prize winner, Wafer took home 5,000 Qtum tokens, valued at over $50,000. Qtum also awarded two other teams with 2,500 and 1,000 tokens for second and third prize.



Waves awarded their top three picks with 500 Waves, 300 Waves and 100 Waves, respectively. The winning Waves team developed a platform that uses facial recognition software for investors to quickly determine which ICO projects a person has been involved in.



The winning project in the Ethereum category, as selected by Zerion, created an interface for investors to quickly invest in multiple ICOs, and was awarded 10 ETH.



Patrick Dai, the cofounder of the Qtum project, said to Bitcoin Magazine, “We can see why this was the largest blockchain hackathon in Russia. Lots of developers brought new ideas to the table. We want to promote these projects that can bring the world closer together and spur innovation. We think that’s the purpose of blockchain technology, and it’s our purpose at Qtum.”



Alex Bash, one of the cofounders of Zerion, told Bitcoin Magazine, “I personally was really inspired by the idea of Wafer, a team that implemented a protocol that allows users and routers to share internet [access]. Their idea is based on smart contracts that guarantee the fair prices and conditions for both parties. Also the Lapti team who developed a product that processes various cryptocurrencies, generates a hot wallet for each user and aggregates their payments to a single wallet after collection of statistics and analytics.”



Every one of the 25 teams that participated presented a demo of the software they had created over the weekend.



“Overall, I think it’s a good result for the hackathon, that most of the teams not only came up with interesting ideas, but developed real products and solutions during the weekend,” said Bash.



Rodion Mikhalev, the director of the Blockchain Education Network in Russia, attended both the conference in Saint Petersburg and the hackathon in Moscow. He said that he expects the community in Russia will continue to grow very quickly.



“The Russian Government approved the entire concept of cryptocurrencies a few weeks ago, and a new industry in Russia has been unleashed surrounding blockchain technology,” Mikhalev told Bitcoin Magazine. “At the hackathon, we witnessed something new and extraordinary: a combination of smarts and digital innovation and a sense that through the evolution of blockchain technology, we will see Russia quickly rise as a powerhouse in the tech world. There will be a lot of positive products and services adapted to blockchain technology at a rapid pace.”



What happens next in regard to blockchain development in Russia remains to be seen, as there are still few blockchain companies that operate in the country. One thing we can be certain of though is that the technology is now high on their radar.








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BitcoinMagazine covers the Russia Hackathon, co-sponsored by the Qtum project:




"Qtum was the largest sponsor of the hackathon, and with members of the Qtum Foundation in attendance, many of the developers deployed their applications to Ethereum as well as Qtum. Qtum is a hybrid blockchain that merges the UTXO transaction model of Bitcoin with the EVM on Ethereum. It began as a fork of Bitcoin and the team added in an abstraction layer to integrate the EVM, ultimately allowing any developer tool built for Ethereum to also be available on Qtum, including Solidity smart contracts and Web3. Because of this, many of the decentralized applications presented were built on Ethereum as well as deployed to the Qtum testnet."
















Since Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed interest in Ethereum at his meeting with Vitalik Buterin at the World Economic Forum held in St. Petersburg, the blockchain industry in Russia has been quick to heat up. The Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference in Saint Petersburg was held in June, followed immediately by a blockchain-focused hackathon called BlockchainHack in Moscow, with 150 people in attendance competing for $100,000 worth of cryptocurrency.   



The hackathon took place at the Paveletsky Art Center, a massive building in downtown Moscow that has become the de facto hub for blockchain technology in Russia, with an increasing number of blockchain developers and enthusiasts who work out of it. The event was jointly organized by BTC Media, Qtum, Zerion, Waves, the Token Fund and Blockchain School, with additional support from the community in Russia.



The teams presented ambitious demos with winning topics including a mobile application to track and invest into ICOs; an arbitration service based on smart contracts and a reputation system; facial recognition software to determine what ICOs and blockchain projects a blockchain developer has been involved in and is currently active with; among others.



The winning team, Wafer, presented a demo and vision of creating a distributed Wi-Fi network using blockchain technology. They effectively allow routers to sell traffic without being tied to a particular software on the device. It uses smart contracts to ensure that users all pay for their traffic and that a user is guaranteed to get access to the internet after payment.



Qtum was the largest sponsor of the hackathon, and with members of the Qtum Foundation in attendance, many of the developers deployed their applications to Ethereum as well as Qtum. Qtum is a hybrid blockchain that merges the UTXO transaction model of Bitcoin with the EVM on Ethereum. It began as a fork of Bitcoin and the team added in an abstraction layer to integrate the EVM, ultimately allowing any developer tool built for Ethereum to also be available on Qtum, including Solidity smart contracts and Web3. Because of this, many of the decentralized applications presented were built on Ethereum as well as deployed to the Qtum testnet.



Prize money was awarded in Qtum tokens, Waves tokens and ether (ETH): as the grand prize winner, Wafer took home 5,000 Qtum tokens, valued at over $50,000. Qtum also awarded two other teams with 2,500 and 1,000 tokens for second and third prize.



Waves awarded their top three picks with 500 Waves, 300 Waves and 100 Waves, respectively. The winning Waves team developed a platform that uses facial recognition software for investors to quickly determine which ICO projects a person has been involved in.



The winning project in the Ethereum category, as selected by Zerion, created an interface for investors to quickly invest in multiple ICOs, and was awarded 10 ETH.



Patrick Dai, the cofounder of the Qtum project, said to Bitcoin Magazine, “We can see why this was the largest blockchain hackathon in Russia. Lots of developers brought new ideas to the table. We want to promote these projects that can bring the world closer together and spur innovation. We think that’s the purpose of blockchain technology, and it’s our purpose at Qtum.”



Alex Bash, one of the cofounders of Zerion, told Bitcoin Magazine, “I personally was really inspired by the idea of Wafer, a team that implemented a protocol that allows users and routers to share internet [access]. Their idea is based on smart contracts that guarantee the fair prices and conditions for both parties. Also the Lapti team who developed a product that processes various cryptocurrencies, generates a hot wallet for each user and aggregates their payments to a single wallet after collection of statistics and analytics.”



Every one of the 25 teams that participated presented a demo of the software they had created over the weekend.



“Overall, I think it’s a good result for the hackathon, that most of the teams not only came up with interesting ideas, but developed real products and solutions during the weekend,” said Bash.



Rodion Mikhalev, the director of the Blockchain Education Network in Russia, attended both the conference in Saint Petersburg and the hackathon in Moscow. He said that he expects the community in Russia will continue to grow very quickly.



“The Russian Government approved the entire concept of cryptocurrencies a few weeks ago, and a new industry in Russia has been unleashed surrounding blockchain technology,” Mikhalev told Bitcoin Magazine. “At the hackathon, we witnessed something new and extraordinary: a combination of smarts and digital innovation and a sense that through the evolution of blockchain technology, we will see Russia quickly rise as a powerhouse in the tech world. There will be a lot of positive products and services adapted to blockchain technology at a rapid pace.”



What happens next in regard to blockchain development in Russia remains to be seen, as there are still few blockchain companies that operate in the country. One thing we can be certain of though is that the technology is now high on their radar.




FUCK YOU! Do you know how hard it is for me now to continue beating my dead horse upon reading the above?  Cry Translated: Nice write-up, guys. That said, can I have your guys' permission to go beat up on EOS for sport?  Grin Rumor has it that EOS is in season and there's no bag limit (inferred double entendre not intended).  Cool
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Make a profit of 20 times on this project. Thank you very much for the team's delivery of such a project. I hope the price of QTUM will rise rapidly and see 1000 RMB


Not sure at what rate you bought, but I bought at ICO and made 10x.

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OSX Test Network wallet is ready, we will post it on the official Github shortly.

Never download or accept anything that is not on our official Github or website. There have been a lot of phishing attempts lately.

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Qtum now in 21st place by market cap:

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/qtum/
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How much QTUM is currently circulating?
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How much QTUM is currently circulating?


The ERC20 contract has 100 million tokens available, but there were 51 million sold during the Crowdsale. 20% is reserved for the development team and Angel Backers. The other 29% is reserved for industry development. One example of what we'll use the 29% for is the Hackathon we co-sponsored in Russia.

See our Economy Whitepaper for more details, this section starts on page 22

https://qtum.org/uploads/files/05f16d4cabc8ff89862eb6658d97d139.pdf


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FUCK YOU! Do you know how hard it is for me now to continue beating my dead horse upon reading the above?  Cry Translated: Nice write-up, guys. That said, can I have your guys' permission to go beat up on EOS for sport?  Grin Rumor has it that EOS is in season and there's no bag limit (inferred double entendre not intended).  Cool

yo0u guys do know this Gleb Gamow is just trolling you righjt, he is trying to start his own ICO which his history will prove to show how many times he has attacked ICOs in the past.

But onto the goodies, speaking of beating a dead horse... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1012713.0 theres some info on Gleb himself, a scammer who is now trying to start his own ICO himself https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1900371.0. now be careful his SELF MODERATED THREAD is one that he has repeatedly attacked other members of having, he surely wo9uld not want anyone like say ME putting this info in his thread for others to see.

Keep in mind there is proof in my thread that This guy stole money from a user here and is now trying to garner the trust and funds from people in an ICO of his own. Nothing screams scammer like a scammer and Gleb is in a scamming class all of his own.





Here's a business model. Create another ERC20 token whose sole utility is to facilitate trade of Qtum's ERC20 token. Offer it only in South America and on the African continent - AND the island of Yap when exchanging Rai Stones.


You guys do know this Gleb Gamow is just trolling you right, he is trying to start his own ICO which his history will prove to show how many times he has attacked ICOs in the past.

But onto the goodies... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1012713.0 theres some info on Gleb himself,

a scammer who is now trying to start his own ICO himself https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1900371.0. now be careful his SELF MODERATED THREAD is one that he has repeatedly attacked other members of having, he surely wo9uld not want anyone like say ME putting this info in his thread for others to see.

Keep in mind there is proof in my thread that This guy (Gleb Gamow) stole money from a user here and is now trying to garner the trust and funds from people in an ICO of his own. Nothing screams scammer like a scammer and Gleb is in a scamming class all of his own. I mean if he was wiling to literally steal money from a new user here, to go on... GET THIS..;. a Bitcoin conference, and had to be bailed out when the user threatened to go to Glebs hometown police and report him. And the man who put up the funds and is friends with Gleb was a man who was arrested and charged in a federal case whose wife that was an attorney could not get him out of without help, and took Gleb over 2 years to even pay that guy back. what will Gleb do to all these NEW USERS funds in reality, just hope when the funds start rolling in theres no Bitcoin conference he wants to attend.
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Here's a business model. Create another ERC20 token whose sole utility is to facilitate trade of Qtum's ERC20 token. Offer it only in South America and on the African continent - AND the island of Yap when exchanging Rai Stones.


You guys do know this Gleb Gamow is just trolling you right, he is trying to start his own ICO which his history will prove to show how many times he has attacked ICOs in the past.

But onto the goodies... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1012713.0 theres some info on Gleb himself,

a scammer who is now trying to start his own ICO himself https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1900371.0. now be careful his SELF MODERATED THREAD is one that he has repeatedly attacked other members of having, he surely wo9uld not want anyone like say ME putting this info in his thread for others to see.

Keep in mind there is proof in my thread that This guy (Gleb Gamow) stole money from a user here and is now trying to garner the trust and funds from people in an ICO of his own. Nothing screams scammer like a scammer and Gleb is in a scamming class all of his own. I mean if he was wiling to literally steal money from a new user here, to go on... GET THIS..;. a Bitcoin conference, and had to be bailed out when the user threatened to go to Glebs hometown police and report him. And the man who put up the funds and is friends with Gleb was a man who was arrested and charged in a federal case whose wife that was an attorney could not get him out of without help, and took Gleb over 2 years to even pay that guy back. what will Gleb do to all these NEW USERS funds in reality, just hope when the funds start rolling in theres no Bitcoin conference he wants to attend.

Pretty sure that he made that as satire.  Regardless Gleb's shtick is starting to wear thin here, as the chance of Qtum being a scam at this point is highly unlikely.

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FUCK YOU! Do you know how hard it is for me now to continue beating my dead horse upon reading the above?  Cry Translated: Nice write-up, guys. That said, can I have your guys' permission to go beat up on EOS for sport?  Grin Rumor has it that EOS is in season and there's no bag limit (inferred double entendre not intended).  Cool

yo0u guys do know this Gleb Gamow is just trolling you righjt, he is trying to start his own ICO which his history will prove to show how many times he has attacked ICOs in the past.

But onto the goodies, speaking of beating a dead horse... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1012713.0 theres some info on Gleb himself, a scammer who is now trying to start his own ICO himself https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1900371.0. now be careful his SELF MODERATED THREAD is one that he has repeatedly attacked other members of having, he surely wo9uld not want anyone like say ME putting this info in his thread for others to see.

Keep in mind there is proof in my thread that This guy stole money from a user here and is now trying to garner the trust and funds from people in an ICO of his own. Nothing screams scammer like a scammer and Gleb is in a scamming class all of his own.

Nothing like cryptocurrency's number one serial liar coming to the rescue of Qtum, eh? Read over a hundred documented lies penned by Leroy Fodor here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=990219.0. Enjoy the longggggggggg read, for it has everything including aliens.

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How much QTUM is currently circulating?

On coinmarketcap.com, the total token in circulation is 51 million, I don't know the inflation but will be interesting how they will attract developers to use their plan because there are so many competing project in the space now, Tezo, RSK, Boscoin, and Aether
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July 13, 2017, 02:49:28 PM
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Hi all, I have my QTUM on https://bizhongchou.com/ . But i don't know like sell in ETH in that website because it is in chinese language. Do you tell me how can i sell and withdraw ETH balance?

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any estimate on mainnet ?
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any estimate on mainnet ?

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The hype on QTUM certainly has benefitted the price immensely, regardless of scam accusations.

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The hype on QTUM certainly has benefitted the price immensely, regardless of scam accusations.

Price is down 65% from the high. I think they've built a legit following based on what they have put together.

1) Have actually released things when they said they were going to. Go out there and look for how many companies have actually done that besides releasing their ICO on time...
2) Incredible transparency.. Published their expenditures for the past several months. Completely unprecedented and something all companies should adopt
3) Continuing to engage in the community and putting their name out three and getting people to consider building on their platform by talking to people on forums, hosting hack-a-thons, attending conferences, etc.

I think they're doing all the right things and I am excited for mainnet launch. Branding / marketing is an important part of every business so the fact that they're doing this as well is just more reason for us to give them credit for continuing to do great things.
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July 14, 2017, 02:32:36 AM
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Lets Go QTUM! Can't wait until Sept.

Guys I just received another email from Bizhongchou stating that the tokens will be available to withdraw in the next few days. You can also leave them in the exchange if you want. I replied and asked them how long until the English version of the website will be available, and they replied in about a week. They said they have everything translated and are testing it now.
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July 14, 2017, 02:41:12 AM
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OSX Test Network wallet is ready, we will post it on the official Github shortly.

Never download or accept anything that is not on our official Github or website. There have been a lot of phishing attempts lately.

If you don't mind could you post the link in this forum as well as the Official QTUM Forum please.
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