@bigmasterv If you have saved the 12 seed words from your mobile wallet you can restore the wallet using another mobile wallet that supports Qtum, or restore the wallet on the Qtum web wallet using "Restore from Mobile Wallet". If you lost the 12 seed words, I'm sorry to say, your QTUM are lost for ever.
See the available Qtum wallets at https://qtumeco.io/wallet
@robmilliken Rob have you withdrawn your Qtum yet? It is not complicated. You first need to create a custom token for Qtum on your mew and then proceed with the withdrawal process on Yunbi. If you have any questions I can help as well.
The faucet is only for test tokens which have no value and will never have no value. They are only used for testing on the skynet test wallets.
Everybody else who posted here .... Please refer to this post about the token swap.
Hey, it's been mentioned as a non-issue. I'm going to paste a quote from a QTUM team member, but take it with a grain of salt, as I am copying and pasting it from the Slack channel/discussion.
qtum-earlz [6:06 AM]
We are aware that several people have scanned Qtum Core and found that some anti-virus companies report that it contains a virus or trojan. These are false positives, we have made sure that our binaries were not tampered with on Github, and additionally we use Gitian so that any community member can confirm that we are not tampering with the compiled release files. If you would like to compare your Windows 64bit files to our own, these are the sha256sum hashes:
If you are interested in comparing the files/hashes yourself, I could post the second part of qtum-earlz's quote so that you can ensure for yourself that the file is safe.
Hope this helps. Let me know!