Quant protocol was designed to remove barriers between different blockchains and to solve the interoperability problems. 🤝💻 That’s why many crypto enthusiasts prefer to hold QNT.👍 In the price prediction update we try to predict its future development 🔽
>There is no way a government would be stupid enough to force anyone using the CBDC to also have QNT for gas… Governments dont buy any tokens. They pay a flat license fee to use Overledger and Overledger uses those funds to buyback its own QNT tokens from the market and stake those QNT indefinitely within its treasury (for the duration of the license). This is just one of the utilities of QNT. The real value is in the community run gateways which will allow QNT owners to basically franchise with Quant Network to provide cheaper alternative decentralized gateways as apposed to QNTs private gateway network reserved for governments and banking institutions.
\>don't just blanket statement everything Ironic given your post but ok bud. Quant, (Ticker QNT) has been out recovering BTC (slightly) ever since BTC broke the 24k resistance and you can Check the charts if you dont believe me. There are other alts that are slowly climbing up the marketcap ranks this bear market as well. How do I know QNT will be around next year? Because they have a contract with 12 governments to produce a CBDC pilot for their central banks thats being released in 2023.
Global currency? Not sure, but global adoption - QNT. Interoperability is literally critical for adoption for enterprises, businesses, banks, etc. And QNT have already bagged massive partnerships for example Oracle where QNT are their go-to interoperability solution.
QNT, HBAR, and VET are my safe bets. first two are ISO certified and generally more safe than the rest of the ALTs when big regulations come our way, and VET keeps doing big things on the utilization front. cant go tits up?
DYOR. That's all I can really say about it. I've not seen a crypto as neglected on this sub as QNT is. If you mention it it's like your comment is invisible. There's a feel people here that have invested, are happy, and believe but nobody ever says anything of substances, there's no discussion. Sleeping giant vibes.
For me it’s Flexa (AMP) and Quant (QNT), both have very strong foundations, have trustworthy leadership and teams behind them, have real world utility with little to no competition in their fields, and are on the right side of likely future regulations. Both will keep growing during the bear market and will be big in 3-5 years imho
I am doing this. I am trying to use the dip to finally diversify my portfolio by buying into BTC, XRP, QNT, GALA and SAND. Yeah it would be amazing to buy these coins at the absolute bottom and see them 20x or 30x... but right now I am more than happy that at I bought them when I did and should see at least a 10x return. Profit is profit.
I’m no expert in crypto but I would recommend to wait and see what the market keeps doing. Don’t go into meme coins because there’s no such thing as HODL when it comes to that and just luck. Last year was my first year in crypto and I had to chance to take a $30k profit but did the HODL and lost all ($1300) sorry I was a noob. But stick to a main coin like $BTC because it controls the market. If I had to choose some alts it would be $HBAR, $QNT, $ETH, and $ALGO?
What does Bitcoin do better than any other coin except first-mover advantage? It doesn't excel in any regard, hence maxis needing to advocate for favorable legislation instead of just allowing the best and most suitable coin to win NANO/XLM have lower fees ($0) and I think faster speed than Lightning Network XMR has better anonymity and decentralization (ASIC resistance) ETH et al can host smart contracts HNT provides LoRaWAN, LINK is an oracle, QNT does some fancy shit no one understands BTC hasn't hedged inflation and it remains to be seen if it functions as a store of value in the face of a recession. Artificial scarcity does not translate to inherent value. So what does BTC *actually do*? BTC is my largest bag as well because I do believe that number goes up, but a BTC maxi (deny it if you'd like but if it talks like a BTC maxi and walks like a BTC maxi...) calling so-called shitcoins useless when many provide more actual function than good old first-mover-advantage coin BTC is uh, pretty out-of-touch.
QNT is not a blockchain but a universal API that enables interactions and connectivity with various blockchains. It lets developers to create smart contracts in blockchains that don’t support them (even Bitcoin). So, people can use QNT to create multi-chain apps (mApps). These mApps can run on multiple chains concurrently as they require different features from different networks.
This post is worth it’s weight on gold. As for the software fundamentals, I cannot say much as I have little experience in that area. The second area that you talk about seems incredibly similar to a problem/solution offered by quant (QNT) altogether. The best way to describe it is a form of middleware between blockchains to offer interoperability. It creates that “contract” (mApp) that you are speaking of to ensure ease of use (marketing term: API, 3 lines of code). It functions less like a blockchain more so as OS system like windows. The reason I suggest this is that assets in general are siloed in nature whether that be crypto, airline mile points, securities, etc... Crypto has faced this issue and attempted to solve it using bridges with mixed success (just take a look at the hacks). From the perspective of an investor, crypto, but mostly blockchain is needing that form of interoperability to get it to the next step. As for the software issues, I’m not entirely sure. I see private block chains boasting about 158B tks/second and cryptos only managing 1500 tks/second. If you are interested about QNT and all of that area together, take a look at DAML, Hyperledger and Oracle. Perspective like this are golden, and really help get my bearings straight.
I sold Solana in 2021 when I started to learn the truth about how centralised it is, how many tokens are owned by Venture Capitalists and that the price action was just to pump their bags to drop them on retail investors. I didn’t even care about profits from it, I just wanted out of an obvious crypto ponzi that was nothing to do with the technology, improving things, or being disruptive. It’s a cash grab pure and simple, I don’t know why anyone would be invested in it now. Got involved instead in real projects like QNT, ANKR, The Graph, Polkadot, Atom and absolutely - Cardano; the one this sub hates on but in terms of actual development and use cases is much more like the turtle in the ‘race’ against hares like Solana and Ethereum.
None. I've been buying small amounts of ADA & QNT as my alt coins in addition to reserve of ETH. I've lost more (short term) on ETH than on either of them, and honestly they've actually given me more faith seeing how they're holding up during a bear market.
Good question. Too summarize it without going to deep into it: \* Tokenization of every digital asset \* Liechtenstein protocol (they have the licenses and even more) \* Security and follow ups on security (best example: the hacker from januar has been succesfully tracked down and caught via their own NFT protocol. This is never seen before) \* Contacts & Contracts! (Big banking & Politcis, like the WEF and Gilbert Verdian (QNT) is in the advisory of LCX) \* Regulation incoming and LCX looks like it is the chose exchange of the future (combination of the 3 points above) \* Growth potential: transferring fiat into the LCX Exchange (now it looks strange, because money goes thru Spain first which is the reason i.m.o. the volume is still low) and the trading platform itselfs isn't the best out there (so basically a case of programming) \* LCX is very carefull with listings which is also holding the back right now (allthough I don't understand why they listed ApeCoin) Is it riskless? Offcourse not. But I have a fair stake and I keep buying.
Best guesses on what survives the bear? Besides the obvious BTC, ETH, and DOGE \[ugh\]. I'll say LINK, ALGO, and QNT. LINK because every chain uses it. QNT because it will connect to a still willing TradFi. ALGO because it's just a superior layer 1 chain.
Oh yeah no doubt, just trynna help out the folks who are short terming it. I’m waiting to add more back in after selling some. Reading charts like $QNT makes me see which alts can survive all this for example. Hope the promised ones stay resisting for others as well.
I view Ergo as a little hobby, I like the community and want to see what becomes of it. I saw another user talk about Quant (QNT) I am also going to buy some of that too with these drops, will be nice to compliment my XRP.
If I compare top to bottom total crypto market cap (2018) to the top in 2021, and my measurements are correct, I'd say the absolute bottom for one QNT = $18,49 But I am not gonna gamble on that one. I'm loading up, not all-in, but every drop I take what I can and do my standard monthly DCA amount in Dollars.
After the Fed meeting we are going to 11.5k bitcoin. Then I am buying one token, QNT, up to whale status and locking it in a ledger. When I die my ledger will be passed on to my grandkids but as an ultimate troll move I'll give them the wrong seed phrase.
Could be turning much quicker than expected. Maybe within a a few months: "Why haven't I bought XRP for 0,30! Why not a QNT for $48,- an LCX for 0,05....ow why I why was I so stupid again." Trust me. Hundreds of thousands will complain and will fomo back in.
Not all in but definitely time to buy. I'm just dropping a couple hundred every month on long term coins like ADA, ETH and QNT to hold and ride out through this bear season. Since I started investing in crypto till now, I'm still up a considerable amount and I'm in it for the long haul. I know what the market is now, and I know where I expect it to be in 5 years and where I want to be accordingly.
XLM typically is used for quick and cheap transfers. If the price isn’t stable, people will switch to something else. QNT might have potential with future regulations but I’m not sure about buying at these prices. You might be better off asking why they see potential and doing your own research before making a final decision.
Community sentiment isn't as important to QNT as it is to other tokens, QNT isn't aiming for public investment but institutional investment so they aren't really focused towards trying to market their product to everyday investors and in that the community can feel quite stale. Don't however get the sentiment of QNT's community confused with it's potential, you're holding a solid project there imo.
Mate you're holding a really strong token, I'd be hesitant to completely sell one for another. QNT is fully regulated and complaint, also it is entirely focused on the corporate side. So whilst it is dead community wise, it's a utility token that's already powering the LACChain, plus the digital Euro/Pound/Yen and potentially Dollar as well eventually.
I'm kinda bummed I hold QNT and not LCX. I was about to trade all my QNT for LCX today because I feel like QNT is dead community wise and LCX has infinitely more upside potential but after a 50 percent pump it would be stupid lol.
Hey finally a post where we can talk about blockchain architecture! See the thing is between all the chains out there there’s really only about 3-4 different unique ways of scalability (in an architectural sense). You have * interoperability * composability * technical ability When many people ask how Polkadot and Cosmos’ differ it’s quite an easy comparison because both are achieving scalability through the means of interoperability. Avalanche and Polygon use interoperability but more technical ability than a focus on composability. Quant fits into the technical category for me, this is where chains like LINK and QNT and ALGO fit in because their modularity isn’t a feature to their entire system as compared to Cosmos. From the core Cosmos is a monolith modular focused blockchain using liteclients to scale horizontally and IBC to standardize lite client integration and composability. ICS (interchain standards) are being adopted cross chain. I’m not entirely familiar with areas outside my expertise so I find it easier to exemplify the differences rather than analyze QNT’s similarities (whether that be in product or in a mistaken understanding of mine). QNT aims to be what is described as a l0 but really as LINK has shown to struggle with, (and cosmos in a different way I’ll discuss momentarily) some product-services aren’t directly profitable and therefore revenue generation or value accrual must be made on other strong-points. Cosmos’ has shown through this cycle that it struggled to capture value in proportion to its success (mind you I’m not shilling I’m trying to be factual). Cosmos did not garner the attention LUNA did or really even the hype of JUNO or SCRT at their peaks... ATOM had a problem accruing value because as an open source develop oriented project, the value cosmos brought was in its DX (developer UX). Cosmos is an amazingly friendly ecosystem to developers and is the largest SDK being built on in blockchain currently. This boom of growth was not capture entirely in ATOM token but instead in the vibrant ecosystem that grew. QNT is more like LINK. QNT is a powerful technology and will likely find its way to be IBC native sometime. Chains like LINK and Quant are going to show that you don’t just need modularity as an architecture but you also need it as a service and that private sector technologies will depend on the ability to connect to cross-chain data infrastructure is what makes the proposition of QNT promising but again doesn’t guarantee product market fit. Gen4 crypto will come from the L2’s and L0’s that were tried and trued this cycle. Cosmos is building cross chain composability, and chains like Celestia will launch making integration for chains like QNT into the cross chain ecosystem even easier. I’ll probably add a bag of QNT when markets look good my pockets are thin.
It’s not a blockchain. It’s more of an OS for crypto and legacy systems to tie together. The QNT token is regulated by FINMA as a utility token which are intended to provide digital access to an application or service. Access to the Overledger Operating System is only possible through the use of QUANT (QNT) tokens, i.e. QNT tokens must be provided to Quant Network in exchange for an annual licence or platform fee. The price of the access will be a fixed FIAT amount and the number of tokens needed will vary depending on the price of the token at the time of purchase. Every user who wants to use a MApp or a Developer or an Enterprise who wants to develop MApps needs to hold QNT tokens. Without QNT you can’t connect to Overledger and MApps won’t run. It’s the same as a license key people have to hold to access the ecosystem and run applications. Same as Apple with Apple ID — which is linked to keys on your Apple device to access the App Store and run iOS apps. Or Office365 and how they license their products. The wallet storing QNT is your identity, the private key is your password and with the license fee you are assigned a BPI key. This key is used to access the Overledger Ecosystem for your MApps and users etc. When you buy a license, the tokens are taken out of circulation. They have an approach to lock them into a smart contract until the license expires, then it needs to be renewed. The other approach is to take them out of circulation and move them into the Treasury. Licenses then can be renewed each year.
I've learned my lesson. If I'm not already invested stay the hell away from those pumps. Even though my bag of QNT is literally doing nothing while some small caps are blasting off by the time I notice I'm buying the top lmao. Guess I'll just have to sit on the sidelines and root for the holders.
Quant with Nexi, Oracle, KPMG & LACChain (12 countries to start with) each building their own ecosystems on top of Overledger and Overledger Network. They are currently hiring in Brazil, London, and Ireland and have filled positions recently in California, Washington, Mexico, India and Switzerland While other crypto organizations are slimming down, Quant is expanding worldwide. Went from 66 employees to 85 in the last few months. Feeling bullish on QNT!
>Today I would like to Talk to yall about the QUANT (QNT) token. Why its a big deal. Why it has the potential to change the world. Why it also will make you stupid rich if things go according to plan.(lets hope they do) >Quant has a **total MAX supply of 14 million coins**. FOURTEEEEENNNNN MILLION........ For reference, bitcoin has/will have 21 Million. You know those sepreme clothing???? >Remember 2 million of them or so are held by the founders. This has the potential to be massive. >A lot of coins in the crypto space are surrounded by hype, in fact most of crypto is hype based. Utility tokens like Quant are based on real world application. >Take advantage of it while you can. As always, invest at your own risk. Well what's the utility? All you did was hype it lmao
My personal opinion, sol may do great long term. But at the current price, I think it's more strategic to invest in other projects. Projects that have shorter term, 10-100x possibilities. And NO , I don't mean meme shit coins, coins like, XRP,CSPR, XDC, NCT, hell even QNT will definitely give you a 3-5x quickly