Bitcoin has a likelihood of crashing towards $6,000 in the coming months, according to the Quantum Hedge Fund. The firm… read more
What is Quantum?
Any income generated from the liquidity pool will be used to buy back Quantum tokens on the market at the best possible price and destroy them publically, making the QAU token a deflationary currency. The Quantum project aims to bring institutional grade liquidity to the cryptocurrency and digital asset markets, which is currently one of the main impediments to large scale adoption. Quantum will do this by deploying liquidity pools which will provide funds for margin trading to exchanges, connecting various markets by arbitraging price differences and making markets using price neutral algorithmic trading.
4 million BTC (about 25% of all Bitcoins) are potentially at risk from a quantum attack. The mentioned stash is… read more
4 million BTC (about 19% of all Bitcoins) are potentially at risk from a quantum attack. The mentioned stash is… read more
Less than 3 million Bitcoin (BTC) remain to be mined, with the process expected to take around 121 years. Some… read more
Google’s quantum computer, a device that could theoretically unravel the encryption of any digital coin, is not a real threat.… read more
Just like that, the promise of quantum computers overtaking traditional computers is one step closer to reality. According to a… read more
The threat of quantum computing has long loomed over classical cryptography which provides the security behind most current blockchain networks.… read more
The major selling point of blockchain and its applications is that cryptographically secured distributed ledgers are virtually “unbreakable” under normal… read more
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