() traded 1.4% lower than the U.S. Dollar during the one-day period ending at 21:01 PM Eastern time on the 18th of June. Qtum's market cap is $214.54m and in the past 24 hours, $20.12m worth of Qtum were traded. Qtum's value against the U.S. Dollar has fallen 2.3% over the past seven days. Exchanges now sell one Qtum coin for $2.05, or 0.00007774 BTC.
The performance of related cryptocurrencies over the past 24 hours is shown below:
Ethereum (ETH), which is currently trading at $1,720.53 (0.06527873 BTC) has fallen 0.1% against the dollar.
Cardano (ADA), which is currently trading at $0.26, or 0.00000985 BTC, has traded 1.9% lower versus the dollar.
Avalanche (AVAX), which trades for $11.32 or about 0.00042962 BTC, is now trading 1.7% lower than the dollar.
Cosmos (ATOM), which is a cryptocurrency, traded at $8.55 or about 0.00032452 BTC. This represents a 3.2% decline against the dollar.
Uniswap, or UNI, has traded at $4.47 (0.00016951 BTC) and is now down 0.7% versus the dollar.
Internet Computer (ICP), which trades for $3.98, or 0.00015083 BTC, is now trading 0.6% higher than the dollar.
Hedera (HBAR), which trades for $0.0451 or 0.00000171 BTC, has fallen 0.2% in value against the dollar.
Cronos (CRO), which is currently trading at $0.0535, or 0.00000203 BTC, has gained 0.4% in value against the dollar.
NEAR Protocol (NEAR), which trades for $1.23, or 0.00004680 BTC, is down 1.3% in relation to the dollar.
Algorand (ALGO), which trades for $0.11 or 0.00000435 BTC, is down 2.3% against the dollar.
It is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS), coin that uses POS 3.0's hashing algorithm. Its genesis was December 19, 2016. Qtum has a total supply of 107,822,406 and a circulating supply of 104,703,642 coin. Here is a link to the article
CryptoCompare states that QTUM is a blockchain-based platform which combines Bitcoin and Ethereum components to provide a decentralized and secure environment for creating and running smart contracts, and dapps. The hybrid consensus system combines both proof-of work (PoW), and proof-of stake (PoS), to provide security and scalability. Platform developers can build smart contracts and dapps using familiar programming languages like Solidity and C++. QTUM is the brainchild of Patrick Dai. It's a platform that allows developers to build and run smart contracts, dapps and other applications. The QTUM token is used as a payment method, for incentivizing participants and for governance decisions.
Buy and Sell Qtum
In most cases, it is not possible to buy alternative cryptocurrencies like Qtum using US dollars. Investors who want to trade Qtum first need to purchase Bitcoin or Ethereum on an exchange dealing in US Dollars such as GDAX Gemini Changelly. MarketBeat.com’s FREE CryptoBeat Newsletter