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The last known price of #EQUAD is $0.017 USD.

Please note that the price of #EQUAD was last updated over 230 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #EQUAD statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest EQUAD price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.017, and the exact last price of EQUAD was $0.01718.

The all-time high EQUAD coin price was $0.044.

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The code for QuadrantProtocol crypto currency is #EQUAD.

QuadrantProtocol is 4.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for QuadrantProtocol is not available at this time.

QuadrantProtocol is ranking downwards to #8581 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


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The circulating supply of EQUAD is 910,335,391 coins, which is 91% of the maximum coin supply.


EQUAD is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


EQUAD has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on probably at least one crypto exchanges but we don't have this data.

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Quadrant Protocol x Appen: Fighting misinformation with Geolancer

Starting this week, we’re joining forces with Appen, an industry leader in artificial intelligence to combat social media misinformation. After successfully launching Points-of-Interest collection with Geolancer, this is the second joint project between Quadrant Protocol since we were acquired by Appen. Social media misinformation is one of the internet’s toughest problems. Malicious content created for financial gain or to corrode trust in our communities makes social media experience worse and has real-world consequences. With our blockchain-powered flagship product, Geolancer, we’ll be extending our capabilities and expertise in data collection and validation to Appen. Together, we’re going to fight misinformation across the world with the help of Geolancers. We’re rolling out with users across the US, Mexico, Poland, Kazakhstan, India, and Indonesia to combat misinformation and they can choose to be rewarded with our EQUAD token. Data transparency is our mission and passion. This is what we’ve been working on over the last four years. Appen has given us an opportunity to make a massive impact and advance the ethical use of big data for the world. We’re just getting started. Quadrant Protocol x Appen: Fighting misinformation with Geolancer was originally published in Quadrant Protocol on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Quadrant Protocol Developer Diary

Developer Update August 2022. — After a long hiatus, we’re back for our next issue of the Quadrant Protocol developer diary. The team has been working hard on the blockchain side of product development, and we’re excited to share the latest updates, including a sneak peek about the NFTs coming to Geolancer! — Building a more efficient Geolancer reward distribution mechanism. — Back when Geolancer was launched, we chose the Polygon network over the Ethereum mainnet to distribute EQUAD rewards. We reward Geolancers for every POI immediately after approval, and these microtransactions are not feasible with high gas fees. While Polygon has been serving Geolancer well in the last one year, our rewards distribution contracts were not as efficient as they could be. In August, we optimized them further: today we can send EQUAD rewards for ~0.002 MATIC, or about $0.0016 at today’s price. This is especially important, as the number of EQUAD daily transactions has been steadily increasing. As we open new countries and acquire more users, we expect the EQUAD token velocity to pick up ever more. EQUAD’s velocity (transaction count) is similar to tokens with 10–100x its market cap, making it one of the most transacted token on the Polygon network (see PolygonScan for details!). — NFTs are coming to Geolancer. — The Geolancer community has a special place in our hearts. Earlier this year we distribu...

Safeguarding privacy with smart contracts: QCMP rundown

If the location data supply chain was a river, it would look pretty murky. This lack of transparency comes from two main concerns: the complicated and entangled relationships between suppliers and buyers of data, and the issue of consent. In this article, we will focus on the second problem and explain why consented data is especially important in today’s market and show you how Quadrant is developing new ways to clean, track, verify, and bring transparency to the industry with blockchain technology and the Quadrant Consent Management Platform (QCMP). — Transparency and consent in the data supply chain - When it comes to data, explicit user consent is becoming the norm. Governments around the world have started to enact and enforce privacy laws after high-profile data breaches such as the Facebook — Cambridge Analytica data scandal. These laws have underlined the need for privacy and questioned the notion that data is a universal resource for anyone’s taking. Companies now need to ensure that the data they procure adheres to new laws such as the GDPR and CCPA. At Quadrant, we’ve always welcomed this change. Our company was founded on the premise that data can make the world a better place from mundane conveniences like faster food delivery to better distribution of public services and quicker emergency response. Our way to promote ethical data practices in the industry is the Quadrant Content Management P...

Appen to Acquire Quadrant, Opening the Door to Crypto for 1M+ Users

Appen Limited, the leading provider of high-quality training data for organizations that build effective AI systems at scale, today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Quadrant, a global leader in mobile location data, Point-of-Interest data, and corresponding compliance services. With the acquisition, Quadrant’s Geolancer product gains access to 1M+ users. Quadrant leverages blockchain technology across all of its services. Its newest product, Geolancer, is a location data platform that leverages a global crowd of Geolancers to collect and verify data in the physical world (such as POI and location metadata). These data are sought after by leading mapping companies, delivery and courier services, ridesharing applications, e-commerce sites, and more. Users — Geolancers — are then rewarded with EQUAD cryptocurrency for the data they record. Geolancer has conducted multiple campaigns since May, where users recorded 180,000+ POI data points in seven countries across Southeast Asia.With the acquisition, Geolancer will be rolled out in phases over the next few months to Appen’s more than 1 million contractors in over 170 countries, experienced in recording and annotating data. Appen is the global leader in the development of high-quality, human annotated datasets for machine learning and artificial intelligence. Headquartered in Sydney and publicly listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, it ...

Geolancer Campaign Maps 130,000 Retail Locations Across Southeast Asia

Geolancer, Quadrant’s proprietary platform for manually verifying Points-of-Interest (POIs) on the ground successfully concluded its second beta launch campaign. In five weeks, Geolancers collected over 130,000 POIs across Southeast Asia. We’ve run the campaign for five weeks between July 7 and August 10 in seven countries and the city of Gurugram (Gurgaon) in India. Geolancers were tasked with mapping as many retail POIs as possible, including restaurants, convenience stores, shops, pharmacies, banks, telecom shops, and more. Because of the stringent Covid restrictions across most of the region, most of the POIs came from two countries, Indonesia and the Philippines. Covid hit these businesses hard, and many of them are closed, rendering existing POI databases outdated. We started the campaign with three goals in mind: surpassing the numbers of the first campaign, testing new user acquisition channels, and develop quality assurance protocols to serve Quadrant clients with the best available data on the market. We managed to achieve all three of them. During the first campaign in May-June, we gathered a bit over 50,000 data points in four weeks. The 130,000 collected this time represents a significant increase, while we managed to lower the cost per POI by more than 50 percent. POIs collected include: 2,347 banks and ATMs, 5,623 convenience stores, 4,630 telecom shops, 41,544 restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, and ot...

Community Update: Geolancer Special

Geolancer, one of our biggest projects of the year, is the cornerstone of our long-term strategy both in our core business — location data — and in crypto. We’ve launched Geolancer a little over a month ago, and it is time to look at the results. Between May 10 — June 10, we’ve run a beta launch campaign for Geolancer in seven countries across the Asia Pacific: Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam. We recruited users mainly through Twitter ads, targeting a younger, crypto-savvy audience. Geolancers who added at least 25 POIs in a day shared a daily reward pool of $ 1000’s worth of EQUAD. We’ve also rewarded the best in each country and the best globally with an additional $1111 bonus in EQUAD. The campaign’s goal was to test the Geolancer app in the wild, gather helpful feedback about the user experience, and validate our business model. The results are in, and they surpassed even our most optimistic expectations. — Campaign results. — Over one month, 272 Geolancers added over 50,000 Points-of-Interest, more than 1600 a day on average. Users in Indonesia and the Philippines were the most active, with these two countries clocking in above 35,000 data points. While the former saw more places added, Geolancers in the Philippines were the most active, with users collecting 375 POIs on average. Although this was a registration-only beta laun...

April Community Update

As our Geolancer project is inching towards public release, we are excited to present our end-of-April community update. Geolancer launch Geolancer, our platform gamifying the collection and verification of Point-of-Interest (POI) data, is now in the final stages of testing. In the last three weeks, a selected group of users has been mapping multiple cities in West Java, Indonesia. They are professional surveyors who collected POIs for years for one of the most prominent navigation companies in the world. They provided us with valuable insights on usability, accuracy, and processes, and their feedback is currently being incorporated into the app. The public rollout of Geolancer is days away. We are implementing the final rewards system, as well as the option to attach photos to each POIs. This week, we are going to reach out to community members in seven APAC countries who signed up to the waiting list on the Geolancer website and launch a public and guided pilot there. If you haven’t signed up yet, you can do it here! Polygon and NFTs As announced last week, we have partnered with Polygon (previously Matic) to launch Geolancer. Quadrant’s cryptocurrency, eQUAD, was initially launched as an ERC20 token. However, a single ERC20 transaction today can cost anywhere between $5-$30, making the immediate distribution of rewards unfeasible. Instead of batching rewards and distributing them once a month (which might be possible...

Quadrant Is Partnering with Polygon to Launch Geolancer

Quadrant, a leading mobile location data and location intelligence company, is partnering with Polygon (previously Matic) to launch its new project, Geolancer. Geolancer is a platform for gamifying the collection of Point-of-Interest (POI) data. Participating freelancers — Geolancers — can earn Quadrant’s cryptocurrency, eQUAD, by simply mapping POIs (shops, convenience stores, restaurants, and others) in their neighborhood using a dedicated smartphone application. While eQUAD was originally issued as an ERC-20 token, considering the high gas prices and the scalability issues of the main Ethereum network. Polygon’s commit chain is 100% EVM-compatible, secured by a permissionless set of PoS validators and checkpoints submitted to Ethereum. Quadrant decided to utilize this chain to distribute Geolancer rewards in a fast and efficient manner. On top of eQUAD rewards, Quadrant will also introduce a brand new, Geohash-based NFT incentive system in the Geolancer app, possible only thanks to Polygon’s scalability. The most active Geolancer in each area can earn the title of Guardian, which, besides bragging rights, also grants them extra rewards. Geohash is a geocoding system that allows the expression of a location anywhere in the world, and depending on the resolution, a single city can be divided into tens of thousands of Geohashes. Geolancer’s gamification system, therefore, is shaping up to be the industry...

Introducing the New eQUAD Token Economics

Enterprise-focused tokens have often struggled to gain significant traction. There are two main reasons behind this. First, many projects were unable to develop compelling products with the funds raised during their ICO. In this sense, the blockchain industry is not different from the traditional startup world, where 90 percent of new ventures fail. Second, the economics of these enterprise-focused tokens are often not very well-designed, lacking connection to the products and, therefore, actual utility. In the last two and a half years, Quadrant Protocol focused on the first issue. We’ve built several new product suites advancing the Big Data industry, some focusing on data-as-a-service, some enabling robust data analytics, and others empowering users with more control over their privacy. We are happy to report that three of the four big projects outlined in our latest roadmap update are now ready to launch. It is time to focus on the second problem: token economics. — The Use of eQUAD in Quadrant’s New Products - eQUAD plays a central role in all of Quadrant Protocol’s new products, creating real-world demand for the token as a utility. — Data Smart Contracts: Platform Licensing Fee. — Our Data Smart Contract initiative, dubbed “Project Kimotsuki,” is now live on the Quadrant Chain. Companies who purchase data on the Quadrant Platform utilize Quadrant Protocol’s Data Smart Contracts and w...

Quadrant Expands Its Marketing Team With eQUAD In Focus

We are thrilled to announce that we have expanded our marketing team in the last few weeks, hiring a new Director of Marketing and a Content Marketing Manager. Strengthening the marketing team is not merely the next logical step in Quadrant’s growth story; we are also introducing structural changes. Historically, the marketing activities of and Quadrant Protocol — our core data business and our blockchain arm — were somewhat siloed. With the new hires, the marketing strategy of the two sister companies will be perfectly aligned to advance the ecosystem. Our updated roadmap has four ambitious new projects, focusing on advancing Quadrant Protocol and creating additional value for the token. The new marketing structure makes it possible to explore even more opportunities for eQUAD use. Quadrant’s new Director of Marketing is Torsten Sandor, with 16 years of experience in B2B marketing, adtech, startups, and blockchain. He is coming from Komodo Platform, one of the oldest projects in the industry, and previously served as Head of Communications of BigPay’s blockchain project. Before venturing into crypto, Torsten was the Chief Marketing Officer at a Google-funded B2B startup pioneering programmatic native advertising. “Quadrant is in the right place and at the right time, as big data is one of the most exciting, emerging use cases for blockchain applications,” said Torsten. “I am excited to joi...

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