The dollar rose 0.7% in the 24 hours ending at 21:00 Eastern time on the 15th of June. Qtum's value against the US Dollar has fallen 13.1% over the past week. Qtum's total market cap is $213.74m and in the past 24 hours, approximately $25.86m worth of Qtum were traded. On major cryptocurrency exchanges, one Qtum coin is currently available for around $2.04 (or 0.00008021 BTC).
The performance of other crypto currencies over the past 24 hours is shown below:
Ethereum (ETH), which is currently trading at $1,661,49 or 0.06527684 BTC, has gained 0.5% in value against the US dollar.
Cardano (ADA), which is currently trading at $0.26, or 0.00001027 BTC, has traded down 1.2% against the dollar.
Avalanche (AVAX), which trades for $11.39, or 0.00044731 BTC, has traded down by 0.3% in relation to the dollar.
Cosmos (ATOM), which trades for $8.62, or 0.00033869 BTC, has traded up 0% in relation to the dollar.
Uniswap's (UNI) price is now $4.43, or 0.00017398 BTC. This is a 1.2% decline against the US dollar.
Internet Computer (ICP), which trades for $3.95, or 0.00015521 BTC, is up 4.2% against the dollar.
Hedera (HBAR), which is currently trading at $0.0423, or 0.00000166 BTC, has traded 8.1% lower than the dollar.
Cronos (CRO), which is currently trading at $0.0525, or 0.00000206 BTC, has traded 1% higher in relation to the dollar.
NEAR Protocol (NEAR), which trades for $1.19, or 0.00004667 BTC, is up 1.1% in value against the dollar.
Algorand (ALGO), which trades for $0.11 or 0.00000438 BTC, is down 2% against the dollar.
It is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS), coin that uses POS 3.0's hashing algorithm. It was launched on 19th December 2016. Qtum has a total supply of 107,822,406 and a circulating supply of 104,699594 coins. The official website of Qtum is
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.
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