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July 16, 2017, 07:11:44 PM
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I want to trade BTC or ETH directly for QTUM.  I have no CNY.

I signed up for Yunbi but they only have QTUM/CNY pair.

If I deposit some BTC into Yunbi, will a trading screen for BTC/QTUM suddenly appear?

Is this possible anywhere?
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July 16, 2017, 07:30:14 PM
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I want to trade BTC or ETH directly for QTUM.  I have no CNY.

I signed up for Yunbi but they only have QTUM/CNY pair.

If I deposit some BTC into Yunbi, will a trading screen for BTC/QTUM suddenly appear?

Is this possible anywhere?

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July 16, 2017, 08:20:42 PM
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I want to trade BTC or ETH directly for QTUM.  I have no CNY.

I signed up for Yunbi but they only have QTUM/CNY pair.

If I deposit some BTC into Yunbi, will a trading screen for BTC/QTUM suddenly appear?

Is this possible anywhere?

Bizhongchou.com

Thanks but I need an English site.  

BTER.COM supposedly has QTUM/BTC, but shows very low volume.

Regardless, the BTER signup process doesn't work, giving an 'Invalid verification code' error.
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July 16, 2017, 08:58:22 PM
Last edit: July 16, 2017, 10:19:59 PM by Qtum
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Qtum circulating supply right now is 71M coin : 51M in Crowdsale+ 8M for Angel Backers +12M for dev team.

All 71M coin are in circulation now.

Another 29M coin will gradually in circulation in the next 4 years. for more details, you can check the economy paper: https://qtum.org/en/white-papers

if you want to trace the current Qtum in circulation, here is the real time API: https://qtum.org/circulation

we will contact coinmarketcap later.

thank you for your support.

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July 16, 2017, 11:44:09 PM
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I want to trade BTC or ETH directly for QTUM.  I have no CNY.

I signed up for Yunbi but they only have QTUM/CNY pair.

If I deposit some BTC into Yunbi, will a trading screen for BTC/QTUM suddenly appear?

Is this possible anywhere?

Bizhongchou.com

Thanks but I need an English site.  

BTER.COM supposedly has QTUM/BTC, but shows very low volume.

Regardless, the BTER signup process doesn't work, giving an 'Invalid verification code' error.


After Buzhongchou loads a translate button should appear
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July 17, 2017, 01:45:51 AM
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Can someone tell me why the coins being traded do no match the ones that are  being distributed on the core wallet. I must have the wrong wallet. Can someone please confirm for me. I am on version Qtum Core version v0.14.0.0-a633d64-dirty (32-bit)
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July 17, 2017, 01:58:07 AM
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I want to trade BTC or ETH directly for QTUM.  I have no CNY.

I signed up for Yunbi but they only have QTUM/CNY pair.

If I deposit some BTC into Yunbi, will a trading screen for BTC/QTUM suddenly appear?

Is this possible anywhere?

Bizhongchou.com

Thanks but I need an English site.  

BTER.COM supposedly has QTUM/BTC, but shows very low volume.

Regardless, the BTER signup process doesn't work, giving an 'Invalid verification code' error.

Through vpn should be able to solve the verification code is invalid
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July 17, 2017, 03:09:07 AM
Last edit: July 17, 2017, 08:16:56 AM by Qtum
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Can someone tell me why the coins being traded do no match the ones that are being distributed on the core wallet. I must have the wrong wallet. Can someone please confirm for me. I am on version Qtum Core version v0.14.0.0-a633d64-dirty (32-bit)

The core wallet we provide is for our Test Network, which is different than what you see on the exchanges. What's being traded on the exchanges is an IOU, which can be withdrawn as an ERC20 token. When the Main Network is released in September, all of the ERC20 tokens will be converted to Qtum.

On a development note, here is the updates this week done to Qtumd. Please read carefully, there may be big news coming.







Changes made through this week to the core wallet

Work completed:

[Build/Documentation] Instructions were added and a few things fixed for compiling Qtum for Windows

[P2P] Fixed a bug within the P2P network where blocks bigger than 4Mb could not be properly propagated

[Build/EVM] Fixed a bug where cryptopp within the EVM would not build properly on some versions of Linux

[Research/x86] Did research for the x86 VM and determined it is most likely viable as a smart contract platform

In-progress work and soon to be fixed bugs:

[PoS/Consensus] Testing and reviewing MPoS for preparation of merge into testnet-2

[DGP/Consensus] Testing and reviewing DGP for preparation of merge into testnet-2

[Staker/PoS] Adding new command line arguments and logic to the staker so that it can properly prioritize contract transactions

[Consensus] Working on fixing two minor security issues in the sparknet/testnet-1

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July 17, 2017, 08:35:22 AM
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Hello there, do you know if qtum is going to hit any exchange like bitfinex - kraken - poloniex - bittrex, ecc?

Our Main Network hasn't been released yet, and exchanges rely mostly on community requests to list a project. Poloniex told us earlier this year that they simply do not host crowdsales anymore, but they will keep an eye on our project.

With the release of our ERC20 token, participants can now take possession of their Qtum. If they would like to leave them on the exchange, in September, their IOU's will be converted to Main Network tokens.

This ERC20 token gives our participants the ability to withdraw their Qtum from existing exchanges. We realized that people wanted control of their tokens, so this was addressed. The ability for other exchanges to list the project is an added bonus, but we are not actively pursuing any. Two exchanges have shown interest, but there's guarantee this may happen.

Why wouldn't you actively pursue for the western exchanges to list your coin? It doesn't make any sense - it would bring value and liquidity. Will you actively pursue your coin being listed following release of the mainnet in September?   
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July 17, 2017, 09:29:30 AM
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So the QTUMs that ara avaliable to buy on exchanegs are basically IOU, not real QTUMs?
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July 17, 2017, 10:03:22 AM
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So the QTUMs that ara avaliable to buy on exchanegs are basically IOU, not real QTUMs?

Yes - IOU's are available on the Chinese exchanges. Qtum has now released  ERC20 tokens as a temporary solution until main net is launched in September. They are not listed on any exchanges at the moment.
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July 17, 2017, 10:17:31 AM
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So the QTUMs that ara avaliable to buy on exchanegs are basically IOU, not real QTUMs?

They will be converted into real Qtum tokens by September 30th, 2017. The ERC20 tokens that are available now allow participants to take ownership of their Qtum if they do not want to keep them on an exchange. Any Qtum IOU tokens that are left on an exchange will be converted by September 30th.

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July 17, 2017, 01:49:25 PM
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Hello there, do you know if qtum is going to hit any exchange like bitfinex - kraken - poloniex - bittrex, ecc?

Our Main Network hasn't been released yet, and exchanges rely mostly on community requests to list a project. Poloniex told us earlier this year that they simply do not host crowdsales anymore, but they will keep an eye on our project.

With the release of our ERC20 token, participants can now take possession of their Qtum. If they would like to leave them on the exchange, in September, their IOU's will be converted to Main Network tokens.

This ERC20 token gives our participants the ability to withdraw their Qtum from existing exchanges. We realized that people wanted control of their tokens, so this was addressed. The ability for other exchanges to list the project is an added bonus, but we are not actively pursuing any. Two exchanges have shown interest, but there's guarantee this may happen.

Why wouldn't you actively pursue for the western exchanges to list your coin? It doesn't make any sense - it would bring value and liquidity. Will you actively pursue your coin being listed following release of the mainnet in September?   

Exchanges are much more hesitant to list an IOU / ICO that hasn't released a main net yet. Once that happens you can bet that the QTUM team will do what they need to do to maximize value but right now there's no point in rushing the process. Better to have a viable / working product than it is to be arbitrarily listed on an exchange.
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July 17, 2017, 09:27:51 PM
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Will there be exchanges directly after the mainnet launch?
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July 18, 2017, 03:35:55 AM
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What will happen if the number of IOUs purchased will surpass the total number of qtum available?
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July 18, 2017, 07:24:08 AM
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You can withdraw your QTUM tokens now

A QTUM ERC-20 token issued by the Qtum Foundation has been released recently. This enables you to withdraw your QTUM tokens off our BiZhongChou crowdsale platform now.

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July 18, 2017, 07:30:09 AM
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Guys,

I bought some QTUMs (IOU I guess) on allcoin so theorically I am able to withdraw them to my MEW wallet ?!
If yes, what is the info to add (add custom token) ?
Also, if I withdraw them to my MEW, will they be automatically convert to QTUM in September ?

Sorry if I look stupid lol...
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July 18, 2017, 07:51:00 AM
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So the QTUMs that ara avaliable to buy on exchanegs are basically IOU, not real QTUMs?

Yes - IOU's are available on the Chinese exchanges. Qtum has now released  ERC20 tokens as a temporary solution until main net is launched in September. They are not listed on any exchanges at the moment.
The IOU‘s price has drop a lot compare to open price!
when the  main net is launched,will the price pump ?
we are hope more than the higher price of the IOU‘s price
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July 18, 2017, 08:41:24 AM
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So the QTUMs that ara avaliable to buy on exchanegs are basically IOU, not real QTUMs?

Yes - IOU's are available on the Chinese exchanges. Qtum has now released  ERC20 tokens as a temporary solution until main net is launched in September. They are not listed on any exchanges at the moment.
The IOU‘s price has drop a lot compare to open price!
when the  main net is launched,will the price pump ?
we are hope more than the higher price of the IOU‘s price

You can only hope. There is no way of knowing it.
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July 18, 2017, 10:34:20 AM
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sure that soon some exchanges (bittrex etc..) will listed qtum now as token ERC-20

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