QWC is simple to buy, hold, and sell, making it easy to manage a position in the quantum cryptoindustry.
There are a full spectrum of crypto wallets supporting QWC, that meet the needs of different users.
Quworld network also provides mature development resources for blockchain and app development.
Quantum World Blockchain boasts the biggest PoS peer to peer network, with full-nodes only exceeded by the Ethereum and Bitcoin networks.
Network effects of a public ledger are based on both the number of users and the number of connections between assets/applications on the platform. By standardizing and simplifying the way financial assets/products are represented on Quworld, these asset "code blocks" can be easily composed together at scale.
Quantum World Blockchain addresses the trade-off between the benefits of using private data and the risks of its disclosure. This allows data to remain local, but allows third-party organizations to run certain computational tasks on them to obtain useful calculation results, such as averaging or building an AI model.
Data owners approve AI algorithms to run on their data. Quantum World Blockchain orchestrates remote computation and execution on data to train AI models, while preserving the privacy of the data. Private data aids in research, leading to life-altering innovations in business, science and technology. For example, more data improves the predictive accuracy of modern AI models.
Liquidity is the lifeblood of the global economy, yet right now most of the world’s tokens and assets have their limited liquidity fragmented across platforms and do not work well together. The Quworld platform provides native functionality for projects, developers, communities and market makers to create and access liquidity pools at the call of an API.
Quworld network is a decentralized application platform, compatible with existing blockchain infrastructure, and is modularized so new technology can always be added.
Quantum-safe certificates are X.509 certificates that use quantum-safe encryption algorithms.
While NIST is still in the process of standardizing quantum-safe encryption algorithms, it has identified a number of candidate algorithms and implementations of these algorithms are currently available.
We put forward the idea that classic blockchains and smart contracts are potentially useful primitives not only for classical cryptography, but also for quantum cryptography. In abstract terms, a smart contract is a functionality that allows parties to deposit funds and release them when they meet algorithmically verifiable conditions, and thus can be used as a formal tool to provide monetary incentives. In this work, we give the first example of using smart contracts in a quantum setting.
We describe a simple hybrid classical-quantum payment system, the main ingredients of which are the classic blockchain, capable of processing status smart contracts, and quantum lightning, amplifying quantum money with a public key. Our hybrid payment system uses quantum states as coin and a classic blockchain to resolve disputes and save a track of valid serial numbers. It has several desirable properties: it is decentralized, without requiring trust in any individual entity; payments are made as quickly as quantum communication, regardless of the total number of users; in case of damage or loss of a quantum coin, the legitimate owner can restore the lost value.
Information about the upcoming Pre Sale
Pre Sale will be held in three stages:
Stage 1 - Beginning Jul 2, 2022 at 0:00(UTC)
Price for 1 QWC = 0.65 USD.
The blocking period is 6 months.
Stage 2 - Beginning Aug 2, 2022 at 0:00(UTC)
Price for 1 QWC = 0.75 USD The lock period is 3 months.
Stage 3 - Beginning Sep 2, 2022 at 0:00(UTC)
Price for 1 QWC = 0.98 USD.
The lock period is 1 month.
The minimum purchase amount for all stages is 500 USD, the maximum is 5000 USD per person.
For private sale participants the terms are negotiated individually depending on the investment: [email protected]
Composite certificates are similar to hybrid certificates in that they contain multiple keys and signatures, but different in that they use a combination of existing and quantum-safe encryption algorithms. Composite certificates are analogous to having a single door with multiple locks. A person must have all of the keys to all of the locks in order to open the door. The goal of composite keys is to address the concern that any single encryption algorithm, whether currently available or in the future, may be broken using quantum computers. If one of the encryption algorithms proves to have an exploitable vulnerability, the entire system is still secure.
While NIST is coordinating a process to vet and select quantum-safe cryptographic algorithms, these new algorithms have not yet been thoroughly battle hardened. It is possible that security researchers or hackers could discover vulnerabilities in one or more of these proposed quantum-safe algorithms at some point.
Development and creation of a quantum side chain
Creation of a community. Development of a decentralized quantum network platform
Airdrop. QWC private sales •pre-sales. ICOs. Start-up of a decentralized start-up platform
Launch of the main Quantum World Blockchain network. Listing on the main top cryptocurrency exchanges.
Opening of pool mining. Release of quantum tokens based on Quantum World Blockchain. Launch of network of validators. Lifting of quantum nodеs in own network.