Qtum is an open source Blockchain project that is developed by the Singapore-based Qtum Foundation. Qtum is a hybrid blockchain application platform. Qtum’s core technology combines a fork of bitcoin core, an Account Abstraction Layer allowing for multiple Virtual Machines including the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and Proof-of-Stake consensus aimed at tackling industry use cases. We believe this will allow Smart Contracts and Decentralized Applications to run on a familiar foundation, while offering a robust environment for developers. The underlying technology uses an “Account Abstract Layer”, which acts as a bridge between the EVM and the Unspent Transaction Output model of Bitcoin Core. There will be Oracles and Datafeed functionality, allowing developers to create Smart Contracts built around trusted sources of information.
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Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange with a focus on the Chinese market and other Chinese coins
Based in Korea, offers KRW trading pairs with BTC, ETH, ETC and XRP.
Gate.io is a bitcoin exchange platform which supports BTC, LTC, Ethereum, Qtum and more blockchain assets
Operated by EXX Group Limited, EXX is a multi-cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong
Multi-currency exchanger with easy registration, offers several trading pairs.
Kucoin aims at providing users digital asset transaction and exchange services which are even more safe.
OKEx Lists Tron on Customer-to-Customer Trading Platform
Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has began listing Tron on its customer-to-customer trading market, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on March 7.OKEx's decentralized C2C trading platform enables users to trade digital assets directly with each other, much like a peer-to-peer model.
Decentralized Platform Qtum Introduces Bitcoin Atomic Swaps to Its Mainnet
Blockchain platform Qtum is introducing Bitcoin atomic swaps to its mainnet infrastructure, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph Jan. 9.
Qtum Awards $400K Grant to Columbia University Research Team for Smart Contracts R&D
Open source blockchain project Qtum has awarded a $400,000 grant to academics at Columbia University to fund the development of a new programming language for Ethereum-style smart contracts.
Qtum Blockchain Becomes Amazon Web Services Partner in China
Amazon Web Services' China division is partnering with public blockchain project Qtum.
Qtum Unveils 0.16 Update on First Birthday, Targets 50,000 Tx/S
Qtum celebrated its first birthday with a bang, doubling down on the ambitions of its 2019 roadmap and releasing its "Game-changer" 0.16 update, designed to scale the network to 50,000 transactions per second through lightning networks.