One thing I find a bit odd..... An unknown individual going by the screen name of "spring" from Singapore helped me throughout the process of the ico. I find it odd that spring works for qtum as customer support while working for icoage ...there couldn't be a bigger conflict of interest. You think exchanges and ico is separate, it couldn't be more deceivingly close
Phone number +86.2157831731
Email: [email protected]
Street: Zhong Guo Shang Hai Pu Dong Xin City: Shang Hai Shi
State/Province: Shang Hai
Postal Code: 200000
Here is the link where I got this information...
I found this information when I scrolled to almost the bottom...
@Neutrino Definitely the Testnet.
People are smart enough to see the charts and see the price going up, and being close to such a big event for QTUM... It can only be that. Plus, what brings this coin so much more value is that it's not even ranked yet since it's not out there yet. September is when it's going to moon.
QTUM will be a success. There are over a billion users on wechat alone and QTUM will be there. That's just one avenue. The QTUM team practically gave away their tokens for next to nothing. We should be very thankful for all the hard work they are putting into this blockchain. Have some faith and give the team a chance, they won't let us down. Not without trying their best anyway.
I've a background in computing and economics. Heard about bitcoin some years back. Took a little interest but that faded because that was the time there was a lot of hype about ponzi schemes and I just wasn't interested in pyramid schemes or anything that I can't substantiate how value is created.
But just last December I took a peek again into the bitcoin space and my interest was piqued by the underlying technology which is blockchain. I also got to find that there are alternative cryptocurrency. Ethereum in particular got my attention.
I ordered some yet to be released books (still waiting for some of them) on blockchain and ethereum smartcontract programming. Earlier in the year while trying to purchase some few ethers just to have them handy for my smart contracts development, I saw the price of ether rise from $11 dollar to $16 in less than two weeks. I got myself about 10 tokens then. But in another one month the price had shot up to $50. SI became hesitant on ethereum and began to look into other cryptos. That's how I came about QTUM and the ICO. So here we are now, and the rest (as they say) is history.
But beyond the prospects of selling your coins (when value skyrockets) I think we should start devising ways we can utilize the QTUM ecosystem based on its blueprints of creating a robust environment for smart contracts with Go Mobile, leveraging Bitcoin strengths (e.g. UTXO) and Ethereum Virtual Machine.
So talking about start-ups, there may be some good opportunity here.