Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency in general, seems only to be in its infancy stages.
Qompass (QPS) - ICO - Trading through artificial intelligence and neural networks @QompassMarkets
“Harnessing the Power of Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and Active Leverage to benefit every trader” (Qompas.io)
ICO Price - 1 QPSE = 0.00122 ETH (Roughly)
(840 QPSE = 1 ETH)
*Prices above are with a 5% round 2 ICO bonus.
(Assuming ETH price of roughly 1 ETH = $637 USD on 4/25/18, at the time of writing this article, would mean that
1 QPSE = about $0.78 USD)
Start - 4/5/18
End - 5/30/18
QPSE Token Basics:
Token Name - QPSE
(QPSE is an ERC20 token based on the Ethereum network. After ICO, there will be a token swap, to swap QPSE tokens for QPS coins. This is somewhat common for projects after their ICO that wish to launch their own main net, etc.)
Total Token Supply - 33,000,000
Tokens Available for ICO Sale - 20,000,000
Token Sale Soft Cap - $5,000,000
Token Sale Hard Cap - $10,000,000
The Current State of Cryptocurrency/Blockchain:
Developing through its ups and downs throughout the past several years, crypto has really only been in the background, with occasional news events and headlines. Then in 2017, the world saw mass interest in the blockchain space, many more people and businesses began to take notice. Now, in 2018, it seems as though blockchain technology is here to stay, and continue to grow.
Due to its infancy however, there are many problems in the current system. There is often constant fear of hacking risk, coin/token scams, cryptocurrency exchange scams, exchanges that freeze or crash during peak times, orders not filling, lack of more fiat gateways… there are many frustrations people often encounter when being involved in crypto.
There is also often the problem with scaling. It is often stated that Blockchain technology is not quite ready for the whole population to use yet. November and December of 2018 saw mass amounts of people looking to get involved in this new form of investing/trading/payment. This high amount of traffic caused a “traffic jam” of sorts on the blockchain for different projects. Bitcoin and Ethereum transactions began to became very expensive, and required lengthy amounts of time to send/confirm.
The problems above will likely need to be solved for true mainstream adoption and trust. Enter, Qompass. Qompass looks to build on the revolutionary aspects of the current system, with improvements that will hopefully provide users with more trust, convenience, application, and opportunity.
What is Qompass?
To be put simply, Qompass is a platform where users will be able to trade/invest in the cryptocurrency markets. Qompass will allow users to use leverage at up to 100 times the amount deposited, as well as liquidity pools and and cross exchange trading. Qompass will also have the added convenience of a payment card. This will essentially allow users to more conveniently transfer crypto holdings into fiat currency.
Qompass - Improving on Current Innovation:
According to an article on forbes.com, Saeed Elnaj states, with regards to Bitcoin, that “it's estimated that it can only manage seven transactions per second (TPS)” (Forbes.com). Qompass states that their blockchain will have “revolutionary verification of over 30,000 transactions per second” (Qompass white paper, p. 6). The qompass blockchain also boasts of complete anonymity, security, and use of artificial intelligence in smart contracts, among other positive features.
The Qompass exchange will also improve on former cryptocurrency exchanges, in that it will employ smart algorithms and artificial intelligence. Qompass states that their advanced trading algorithm uses neural networks and artificial intelligence to help predict future price movements. Neural networks were developed and modeled after the structure of the human brain, and are stated to have been able to make accurate predictions. It is stated that the artificial intelligence and neural networks will be able to learn from previous events, and potentially predict future forecasts. This has the potential to greatly aid traders in their endeavors, and seems to be on another level of innovation with regards to technology. These networks will also look to be on the constant lookout for news regarding ICOs, so that subscribers will have pertinent news, when they need it.
Liquidity can often also be a problem on current exchanges at times, depending on the exchange and circumstances. The Qompass team has conducted negotiations with many financial institutions, having five agreements on board already, in order to provide greater liquidity. This would also look to provide much higher withdraw limits than previously common, due to the added liquidity. This would provide customers with added convenience and flexibility.
The topic of leverage trading is also of importance. Leverage trading can be a great option for the professional trader, and has been very popular in some circles. Qompass looks to offer the benefits of leverage trading on their platform, with up to 100:1 leverage.
Qompass also looks to provide its customers with the option of a hardware wallet and debit card all in one solution. This would ideally look to provide customers with safe storage for their crypto assets while also providing a gateway for fiat conversion.
Qompass will also have the option of certain types of loans for its subscribers, with artificial intelligence algorithms providing risk rates on several variables, to aid in a more informed decision making process.
With regards to subscription to the platform, customers have three different options, each depending on the amount of QPS coins deposited, with fees to the platform based on performance, ranging from 15-25%, also depending on the package/deposited amounts of QPS coins.
Qompass looks to be a next generation solution for many aspects of the cryptocurrency space. An all-in-one solution of sorts, with many proposed innovations to common pain points in the current blockchain/cryptocurency system.
*Article written based on my interpretation of the data.
Elnaj, S. (2018, March 30). The Problems With Bitcoin And The Future Of Blockchain. Retrieved April 25, 2018, from https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2018/03/29/the-problems-with-bitcoin-and-the-future-of-blockchain/#6df2516068dc
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