Wireline, the cloud application marketplace and pioneer of serverless architecture, is today announcing it will work with Qtum, the open-source blockchain project developed by the Singapore-based Qtum Foundation.
After raising $15M in a pre-sale, BitClave is ramping up for its Nov 8 crowdsale, and its plans to redefine the search experience
BitClave is excited to announce that it is building on top of Qtum, an open source Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain application platform
The company unveiled the first testnet of its innovative blockchain platform aimed to combine best properties of Bitcoin, Ethereum’s Virtual Machine and proof-of-stake consensus.
Leading-edge technology brings best of blockchain together
Agrello will launch on the Ethereum as an ERC20 token and build open source technology that is compatible with other blockchain platforms for their legally binding smart contract technology.
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.
Agrello announced today that it has selected the Qtum blockchain as its infrastructure of choice for the company’s AI powered smart contract interface.
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 Qtum crowdsale has raised over $15 million in just five days, with the project raising over 11,000 BTC and 75,000 ETH in exchange for 51 million Qtum tokens.
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.
The Qtum Foundation has released a whitepaper detailing the technical workings of their blockchain platform.