Quant (QNT)

Quant (QNT) -
Blockchain OS

Overledger is the world’s first blockchain OS. GoVerify is a solution that checks emails, text messages, and phone calls for legitimacy...

Basic Intro

Name (Ticker)
Quant (QNT)
Price (USD)
$4.88345525706
Rank
88
Active Supply
9.8 million
Total Supply
9.8 million
Volume (24H)
4.7 million
Marketcap
47.7 million
Fun Name
Blockchain OS
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Website Links
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Pros

  • Useful solutions

Cons

  • No direct backing (asset, profits, commodity)
  • Limited exchanges

Review

Quant states that they are on a mission of bringing trust back into the world. They have built not one, but two products to do so: Overledger, and GoVerify.

Overledger is the world’s first blockchain OS. GoVerify is a solution that checks emails, text messages, and phone calls for legitimacy making sure that the person on the other side of the line/monitor is not trying to scam you.

  • Overledger
  • Potential use cases
  • GoVerify

Overledger is a custom-built Operating System (like Windows or Mac) that connects blockchains to one another and serves as an efficient platform for cross-chain application development. If applied correctly, a system like that could easily become as important a technology as the Internet as it empowers developers to create multi-chain applications with ease.

Overledger is designed to address the current limitations of blockchain like lack of value distribution, network (and vendor) lock, etc.

  • Individual users: Users will get a safe, secure system to interact with one another in a p2p format.
  • Individual developers: Indie developers will access a system that allows for simultaneous distribution of their solutions across a plethora of devices and networks.
  • SMBs and Enterprise-level companies: Business owners will get their hands on a technology that connects them to both consumers and partners in a safe, reliable manner without hardwiring business processes to a single vendor or software provider.
  • Governments: If minimization in bureaucracy and an increase in transparency don’t sell a blockchain-based solution to a government then the instantaneous connection to partners and tax-paying businesses will.

And the best part? All of the benefits mentioned in these potential use cases stack up. They are equally viable to every user of the Overledger in one way or the other.

Cybercrime is the bane of our interconnected, technology-dependent society. Don’t take just our word for it: hackers have accumulatively stolen more than $140 billion in 2017 alone and the trend only seems to rise further.

The lion’s share of all harm caused by hackers was possible due to their clever use of phishing techniques as writing an email that looks to be sent from a legitimate source is simpler than actually hacking into a system of any kind.

GoVerify tries to solve this problem by checking and verifying emails, SMS messages or phone calls you may be receiving.

Quant’s team is composed of seasoned veterans from the cybersecurity niche who have dealt with these kinds of issues for years and even decades. Their experience, combined with clever use of blockchain’s open ledger technology ensure that GoVerify is a reliable solution.

Conclusion

Quant has delivered a stack of two, particularly useful solutions. Both are dealing with hot issues. Both bring something new to the table. Both can change the rules of the game for both users and those trying to maliciously benefit from them.

We find it reasonable to believe that both solutions will be eagerly adopted by the community of crypto enthusiasts and business owners alike effectively making Quant a viable opportunity for an investment.

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