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Qtum blockchain project’s crowdsale ends in 5 days, raises over $15M
Qtum, a hybrid blockchain application platform, has secured a place among the all-time top 10 blockchain-token crowdsale campaigns, with the Qtum Foundation raising over $15 million in a record five days.
The crowdsale, scheduled to last 30 days or until all tokens were sold, ended with the project raising over 11,000 bitcoins and 75,000 ether (ETH) in exchange for the 51 million Qtum tokens being distributed to the public, the release said. Qtum sold $10 million of its tokens in just 90 minutes on the first day itself. By comparison, Ethereum, currently the second most valuable cryptocurrency by market cap, took 42 days to raise $18 million.
Instead of sending tokens to a single crowdsale address, Qtum enlisted six cryptocurrency exchanges/crowdfunding portals to conduct the sale in a coordinated fashion. The sites participating in the campaign were Bizhongchou, Yunbi, ICOAGE, Allcoin, ICO365, and BTC9.
Qtum tokens (QTUM) are the cryptographic software tokens used to engage with distributed applications and smart contracts on the Qtum platform and will serve as the staking token for the Qtum blockchain, as well as fuel for computational operations performed by the Qtum network. Details on the Qtum concept can be found in the Foundation’s white papers.
“We are confident that we can finish what we originally started a year ago. We hope our supporters can work with us to build the greatest blockchain platform for enterprise and consumer use cases. There are so many possibilities for the blockchain industry, with Qtum, we are just at the beginning of a long journey", said Patrick Dai, co-founder of the Qtum Project.
According to the official release, the total QTUM token supply will be allocated in three primary ways (further details are outlined in the Foundation’s governance white paper):
"Since we began this project, I have been excited about its premise. Now, this excitement has been validated and shared by thousands of backers. Qtum will bring about a new blockchain and smart contract revolution and will bring together the many disparate communities into one common goal of action", said Jordan Earls, co-founder of the Qtum Project.
Qtum recently announced that one of the leading professional service providers, PwC, will support Qtum’s efforts to help fuel blockchain adoption across global business sectors. Qtum has previously raised $1 million from investors including Chen Weixing (Founder of Kuaidi), Star Xu (CEO of OkCoin), Anthony Di Iorio (Founder of Ethereum & Jaxx Blockchain Interface), Jeremy Gardner (co-founder of Augur), Bo Shen (Fenbushi Capital’s Managing Partner), Roger Ver (First Investor in Bitcoin Companies), and Xiaolai Li (blockchain angel investor).