QSP

QSP

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  • Market Cap
    $15,913,080
  • 24h Vol (Global)
    ฿81 ($638,471)
  • Circulating Supply
    617,314,171
  • Issue Date
    2017-11-21
  • Issue Price
    $0.072000
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Max SupplyCirculating SupplyIssue DateIssue PriceConsensus ProtocolExplorer
976,442,388617,314,1712017-11-21$0.072000
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976,442,388Ethashhttps://github.com/quantstamphttps://www.quantstamp.comTOKEN

Quantstamp is the first scalable security-audit protocol designed to find vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts. The Quantstamp protocol solves the smart contract security problem by creating a scalable and cost-effective system to audit all smart contracts on the Ethereum network. Over time, Quantstamp expects every Ethereum smart contract to use the Quantstamp protocol to perform security audits, as security is essential. The Quantstamp protocol relies on a distributed network of participants to mitigate the effects of bad actors, creating the required computing power to provide governance. Each participant will use the Quantstamp Protocol Tokens (QSP) to pay for, receive, or improve upon verification services.

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    Steven Stewart

    Steven Stewart

    Co-founder & CTO

    Steven Stewart is Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Quantstamp. Previously, he has worked as a Software Engineer and Computer Systems Analyst at the Canadian Department of National Defense. He also co-founded GPU computing startup Many Trees Inc., and has worked as a Software Developer at Magnetic Forensics.

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    Richard Ma

    Richard Ma

    Co-founder & CEO

    Richard Ma is a former software engineer at Tower Research where he developed software that handled millions of dollars using extreme testing methods. He was inspired to found Quantstamp after investing in the DAO and experiencing the aftermath firsthand. Richard aims to secure the future of blockchain technology through the Quantstamp protocol.

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Introduction

Quantstamp is the first scalable security-audit protocol designed to find vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts. The Quantstamp protocol solves the smart contract security problem by creating a scalable and cost-effective system to audit all smart contracts on the Ethereum network. Over time, Quantstamp expects every Ethereum smart contract to use the Quantstamp protocol to perform security audits, as security is essential. The Quantstamp protocol relies on a distributed network of participants to mitigate the effects of bad actors, creating the required computing power to provide governance. Each participant will use the Quantstamp Protocol Tokens (QSP) to pay for, receive, or improve upon verification services.

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