Qtum is not a popular digital currency, but it will soon be. The coin might not have gained the kind of hype other cryptocurrencies like EOS and Cardano enjoy, but it has a very promising future. After the recent interview with the former lead developer at Qtum Stephen Xu Xialong as reported earlier by the TheOofy.com, the public is now showing deep interest in this unpopular project.
Qum Price Analysis
Qtum was valued at 4% lower against the US dollar during a 24-hour period on 2nd October. Currently, Qtum is valued at $4.05 or 0.00062780 BTC. In the last one week, the coin has gained by 3.5% against the US dollar. The currency has a total market capitalization of $360.62 million, and averagely $93.57 million worth of Qtum was transacted in crypto exchanges in the past 24 hours.
Qtum is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) currency that utilizes the Proof of Stake hashing algorithm. It was launched on December 19th, 2016. The currency’s total supply is 100,985,948 coins, and its circulating supply is 88,985,948 coins. Its official Twitter account is @QtumOfficial, and its official website is qtum.org.
Where to Buy and Sell Qtum
Investors and traders can buy and sell Qtum on the following crypto exchanges. Coinsuper, CoinExchange, Iquant, Ovis, Upbit, DigiFinex, EXX, HitBTC, Binance, Crex24, CoinEx, ABCC, Liqui, HBUS, Livecoin, Bitbns, BigONE, Bittrex, Bithumb, Coinnest, Coinrail, DragonEX, Exrates, Bibox, LBank, Liquid, Huobi, CoinEgg, Coinone, ZB.COM, Gate.io, Cobinhood, OTCBTC, Allcoin, OKEx, Poloniex, Bitfinex, GOPAX, Kucoin, Bleutrade, BCEX, Coindeal, BitForex, LiteBit.eu and Bit-Z.
Currently, it is impossible to buy alternative digital currencies like Qtum directly using dollars. Traders and investors interested in owning Qtum must first buy Bitcoin or Ethereum using a crypto exchange that uses US dollars like Coinbase, ChangeNOW, or Changelly. They can then utilize these cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin or Ethereum) to buy Qtum using any of the listed exchanges above.