Being in Qtum since before mainnet in September 2017, great project but terrible team. They build a development platform, but don't care if nobody develop on it, and the few that did, switched to ETH. They use tokens to finance the project, but don't care that they unlocked 9 million tokens at 1/80 of the price (loosing 70M$). They don't even care to have fallen from top 10 to lower 50 position in CMC, and don't even send a mail to update their circulating supply (since 4 months) which would make them recover 2 or 3 positions. They use 80% of the funding (which is 1/80 of the potential) for development, and miss 2/3 of the development roadmap goals for Q2 2020. They don't do any marketing, but they paid more than 200k$ in prizes for hackathons with ZERO projects (while the real project were left dying or fleeing).
Know1tAll July 17, 2020 Reply
QTUM was poised for greatness, but what happened? It’s surprising how a coin can be relevant one day and forgotten the next. This is common in many things in life, but it happens rapidly in the crypto eco-system. QTUM does have a working blockchain that we’re able to stake on with ease, but it just hasn’t caught any attention. Attention is what’s needed for projects to become and remain successful. Besides success, trader action is crucial for awareness. All TA indicators are pointing to a slow trend for QTUM, which makes is not even good for a long term hodl.
Edmond May 5, 2019 Reply
I’m a long time hodler on QTUM but I’m starting to have some doubts. They’ve been one of the most professional teams in crypto by releasing consistent updates and always being transparent. They have had nothing but success with their staking options and are entirely decentralized. You can view the nodes that are running the QTUM network and they are all over the world. This level of professionalism should pay off eventually because I can’t imagine that this won’t eventually make others into believers.
Sam April 21, 2019 Reply
I just checked back on the QTUM price after not looking for over a year and I have to say I'm really disappointed in the performance of QTUM. What happened? It's not like their team dissolved or they exit-scammed. Why did this coin drop over 90% in the last year? Their staking platform is already live and has been life, as a matter of fact, I made so much QTUM by staking this last year that I actually made a good amount back in rewards from the amount that I lost from the initial investment. Overall QTUM is an awesome project with a great team, but the drop it had is just mind-blowing.
Rafa March 28, 2019 Reply
QTUM has such a middle-of-the-road presence in the crypto realm. They're professional yet lackluster. Can someone give the CEO a Redbull or something to motivate them to actually making some kind of public effort? This coin pumps 2-3% here and there and is usually in the red. For a project that already has live staking I just don't get it.
Charlie February 26, 2019 Reply
With a pre-mine of 49% and with a development plan for 4 years, it will take a very long time to wait for a return on your investment, if at all. Maybe it will turn out a long scam with such characters in the team.
Olegus March 7, 2017 Reply
Qtum (QTUM) is a digital currency with an open source code. It is part of Quantum project, launched in early 2016 by a promising team from Singapore, led by Patrick Dai. The developers managed to unite in Qtum the main characteristics of two well-known cryptocurrencies – Bitcoin and Ethe...