The Estonia-based blockchain company unveiled during the last week’s Qtum event that it is planning to use the startup’s technology for its smart contracts platform.
The Qtum Foundation has conducted one of the most successful crowdsale campaigns having sold $10 million of its tokens in the first 90 minutes.
The blockchain startup has already reached over 78% of its crowdsale goal, what demonstrates the rising demand for the project.
The Qtum Foundation aims at wider blockchain adoption and makes great efforts to adapt existing products and services for the new technology.
Supported by reliable partners and third parties, Qtum aims to establish a smart contract hub, offering secure contract templates for a number of industries and use cases, such as supply chain management, telecommunications, IoT, social networking, and more.