Qtum core updates normally consist of Qtum Improvement Proposals. These QIPs are generated by both our developers and the community and in some cases requests from enterprise users. Our developers evaluate the impact of each QIP and work on high priority QIPs. All bug fixes and feature e...
Singapore local time on December 4, 2018 Forbes Asia Forum: Decrypting Blockchain for Business conclude smoothly in Singapore, for industry to make outstanding contributions in the blockchain, in 2017, selected by Forbes China under 30 outstanding youth Qtum quantum chain founder ShuaiChu invited as guest, and the scene of the industry pioneer, business leaders to discuss the blockchain industry opportunities and challenges.
Recently, Qtum's Chinese lead developer Wenbin Zhong was interviewed by CCN(China Crypto News) and talked about the current progress of Qtum's technology and future technical directions.
The 2018 International Blockchain Conference was held in Changsha on November 28 With the theme of "Brainstorm Innovation Empowerment", the conference discussed the future of Blockchain technology and its application in the industry. Zheng Yi, the core developer of Qtum represents Qtum disscussed about how does Qtum deploy Blockchain Technology within the actual need of enterprise customers.
Recently, Qtum foundation has finished the periodic technology exploration experiment with UC Berkeley and two papers published in Cryptology ePrint Archive 1.Enabling Decentralized Private Computation 2.Transparent Succinct Arguments for R1CS
It’s with great honor the Qtum Foundation is announcing the official Qtum Ambassador Program. The primary objective of this program is to raise awareness and expand Qtum’s offline communities. The Qtum Foundation aims to empower the grassroots efforts by democratizing in-person activities, effectively giving power to users of the platform.
Qtum's Founder Patrick Dai was invited to make a speach about how bear markets force innovation when the current technology doesn’t live up to its potential. He suggested for people in the industry to go back to do the research and work hard to break the current barriers. Patrick expressed that the current conditions are natural and that this will make the ecosystem more resilient down the line.
Recently Qtum's lead developer of Beijing office Zheng Yi was interviewed by Chinese top blockchain media 31 Qu, and talked about the importance of keeping technology development and surviving from the fierce competition of public Blockchains
Recently, the 24th TCFA Annual Conference concluded in New York. Qtum's founder Patrick Dai was an invited guest and participated in the Blockchain BBS, also had an interview with the organizing committee. The conference mainly focused on the relationship between China and the US, discussed about the future development of emerging technologies such as blockchain.
WenBin Zhong, Chinese lead developer at Qtum, gave an overview of Qtum’s present and upcoming technology at C.E.C World Blockchain Meetup in Korea.