QTUM

Qtum (QTUM) has been making major within the crypto arena, the team is expected to announce a new partnership in the coming days. According to Qtum’s Community and development updates in medium, the blockchain-oriented entity has partnered with Etherparty Smart Contracts Inc.

This Canadian based company will integrate the Qtum platform for both networks to benefit from the partnership. Crypto analysts within the two players are optimistic that the working relationship will make crowd funding and token creation easier for users. In addition, little or no coding knowledge will be required to operate the ‘Etherparty’ smart contracts!

Lisa Cheng, Etherparty founder has applauded the move,

“This is a great opportunity for both our organizations to work together on making Smart Contracts accessible to all kinds of people,”

Etherparty’s presence within the Tech arena was recently felt when the company launched its pioneer software feature. The product which goes by ‘Rocket’ aims at solving blockchain-related challenges.

Rocket is a platform designed to create a global market place for the initial coin offers. The network enables users to launch crowdsales for their tokens as well as to acquire potential investors along the way.

Qtum on Amazon Web Services

Qtum’s availability and value has been highly boosted by the integration with AWS. Users who want to start using the Qtum blockchain platform can do so via the AWS without hassle. All one is required to do is running a Qtum node, or launching a pre-installed Qtum server; a very independent chain! At the moment, users can opt for the mainnet or testnet once the pre-installed node is active.

Qtum (QTUM) on AWS is quite advanced with some features standing out;

  • Flexible tools for developing a wide range of smart contracts while building the QT desktop based wallet.
  • Qmix IDE for developing whose launch is default once booted
  • Efficient updates due accurate computer compilers.
QTUM Hackathon      

The Qtum Hackathon is meant to take place on the 16th of September and is open to a wide range of participants. Main targets of this event are developers whom can be able to take decentralization and open-source platforms to the next era! Interested developers have an opportunity to win $500,000 worth of Qtum tokens if their demos prove fundamental worthiness.

Qtum (QTUM) is currently exchanging at $4.49 against the dollar and is amongst the few altcoins that have maintained a bullish run in the past 24 hours. The altcoin’s 7 day volatility is at 14.74%, this is relatively stable considering QTUM hit a high of $103 when the crypto market rallied back in 2017.

At the moment, the altcoin has a negative cumulative return with today’s price 37% lower than the crowd sale price. However, this is not to mean QTUM prospects are low, the coin has a significant market cap of $397 million placing it among the top 25 cryptocurrencies. Its algorithmic score is a solid 4.3/5 where it ranks 10th out of 1800 crypto coins, this shows a strong fundamental value!

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