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|The price of #QSP today is $0.015 USD.|
The lowest QSP price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.015, and the exact current price of one QSP crypto coin is $0.01462.
The all-time high QSP coin price was $0.79.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of QSP with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Quantstamp crypto currency is #QSP. |
Quantstamp is 4.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Quantstamp is $10,436,160.|
Quantstamp is ranking upwards to #545, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is modest during the past 24 hours for #QSP.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Quantstamp is $62,977.
|The circulating supply of QSP is 713,801,947 coins, which is 73% of the total coin supply.|
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|Horizon Blockchain Games Raises $40 Million From Ubisoft, Take-Two and O...
As NFT games boom, the traditional video game industry is starting to take an interest in Web3 development, investing large sums of money in blockchain gaming companies.
On October 04, Horizon Blockchain Games, a startup focused on Web3 game development, announced the raising of $40 million in a Series A funding round, which involved large traditional video game companies such as Ubisoft and Take-Two Interactive.
According to Horizon's press release, the funding round was led by Brevan Howard Digital and Morgan Creek Digital. It featured investors from the Web3 industry and the tech space in general, including Polygon, Xsolla, BITKRAFT, Initialized Capital, Quantstamp, Everyrealm, Sky9 Capital, Round13 Capital, Xchange, Translink, CMT Digital, and J17, among others; however, the most notable for the gaming community was Ubisoft and Take-Two.
Ubisoft has developed some legendary titles in the gaming industry, such as Assassin's Creed, Rainbow Six, Splinter Cell, and Far Cry, among many others. It has also invested in the blockchain space, even launching in-game NFT and helping in the security of the Tezos blockchain.
At the same time, Take-Two owns 2K Games and Rockstar, which have several very popular titles such as Grand Theft Auto, NBA 2K, BioShock, Max Payne, and The Elder Scrolls, to name a few.
In addition, the financing round featured individual investments from key figures such as Aleks Larsen, co-founder of Sky Mavis and Axie Infinity, Tobias Lütke, CEO of...
|'Aave of Klaytn' KLAP Protocol TVL Soars $102 Million in Fir...
KLAP - a DeFi lending protocol on Klaytn Network has seen its total value locked soar above one hundred million in a week after its launch. The dApp, spun up by DeFi accelerator Krew, is now the second most popular application on the Klaytn network.
Crypto lending has proven to be one of the most robust use cases for decentralized finance, particularly during market downturns when demand for stablecoins increases. With its EVM compatibility, Klaytn has established itself as an L1 that can hold its own against Ethereum within a low-fee environment that supports on-chain trades that are intrinsic to DeFi.
KLAP TVL Exceeds $100 Million
While a lesser-known in the West, the Klaytn blockchain is quite popular in Asia, particularly in South Korea, where many of its users and developers originate. It’s used for many of the same purposes as other layer ones: for DEX trading, liquid staking, lending, yield farming, and derivatives. At present, $375M of assets are locked on the EVM-friendly blockchain, according to Defi Llama.
$68M of that total comes courtesy of KLAP, which only went live on June 24. Users of Klaytn network can deposit assets such as WETH and WBTC onto the KLAP platform and borrow stable assets such as USDC and DAI. In this respect, the KLAP protocol functions similarly to defi lenders such as Aave and Compound.
The speed with which KLAP has grown to become the second largest Klaytn dApp by TVL seems to have taken the entire community by surprise; on June 24, KL...
|Saddle?Finance Creates New Standards for DeFi Trading
DeFi is a sub-sector in the crypto industry that has witnessed significant innovation since its inception. However, the narrative has struggled to stay consistent, affecting the domain overall. The current bear market has wiped out more than half of DeFi Total Value Locked (TVL), hampering innovations. Furthermore, several projects have simply forked (copied) existing protocols and brought zero ideas to the market.
Amidst all of this, one project is making strides with the best innovations DeFiers have seen in a long time. Saddle Finance is the protocol that enables efficient DeFi trading for stablecoins and pegged-value crypto assets like wETH and wBTC. It redefines DeFi trading by offering cheap, efficient, swift, and low-slippage swaps for traders and high-yield pools for Liquidity Providers. The protocol has facilitated over $2B in transaction volume to date.
Enabling an Efficient and Secure DeFi Trading Experience
Saddle Finance is an AMM-based decentralized exchange (DEX) running on multiple blockchains, including Ethereum, Fantom, Arbitrum, Optimism, and Evmos. It is designed specifically for trading stablecoins and pegged crypto assets.
The platform is ideal for HODLers and newbies because of its easy-to-use interface. Its strongest point, however, is that it ensures minimum slippage while swapping assets. This is accomplished through innovative liquidity pools that use the StableSwap mathematical formula to maintain market liquidity.
The protocol is also known for it...
|Drops DAO launches Mainnet To Allow Borrowing of NFT-collateralized Loan...
The mainnet launch opens up the crypto ecosystem to instant decentralized loans using non-fungible tokens (NFTs), JPEG and metaverse assets as collateral.
Drops DAO, a decentralized lending platform, is celebrating the launch of its mainnet, unlocking its ecosystem for users to borrow loans and interact with everything the ecosystem has to offer. Announced Wednesday, the transition to the mainnet will provide users with collateralized loans for NFTs, DeFi assets, and metaverse collections.
The launch of the mainnet allows users to lock their assets as collateral, providing the NFT and DeFi ecosystems with additional liquidity and utility. Now, users can easily use their idle NFT, metaverse and DeFi assets as collateral to borrow instant loans through its lending tools. This means users can access capital without relying on centralized entities, enhancing the growth and boosting adoption rates for DeFi and NFT projects.
Drops DAO was founded back in early 2021, a time that had seen the NFT and metaverse conversation reach fever pitch. Nonetheless, the idea of using these assets as collateral to borrow loans seemed “unrealistic” to Drops founder, Darius Kozlovskis.
“But after major shifts in the market and a tireless year of research and development, we finally arrived at what can become a new financial primitive for NFTs,” Kozlovskis stated. “We’re at the dawn of metaverse finance and are truly excited to be part of it.'
The project has sin...
|Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Binance for Allegedly Selling Unregister...
A lawsuit against Binance accusing the cryptocurrency exchange of selling unregistered crypto securities has been dismissed. The plaintiffs listed nine cryptocurrencies in the lawsuit.
Binance's Lawsuit Dismissed
U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter dismissed a lawsuit against cryptocurrency exchange Binance Thursday.
The motion to dismiss was filed by Binance and CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ). The lawsuit (case no. 20-02803) was originally filed in April 2020 in the U.S. district court in the Southern District of New York.
Binance is accused of violating U.S. securities laws by selling cryptocurrencies that are allegedly unregistered securities. The exchange is also accused of failing to register as a securities exchange or broker-dealer with U.S. regulators.
The case involves nine cryptocurrencies - EOS, QSP, KNC, TRX, FUN, ICX, OMG, LEND, and ELF - which the plaintiffs bought through Binance's online exchange starting in 2017. However, the coins soon lost significant value.
The plaintiffs alleged that Binance 'wrongfully engaged in millions of transactions' and failed to warn them about the 'significant risks' of investing in these cryptocurrencies. They sought to recoup what they paid.
However, Judge Carter ruled that the plaintiffs sued Binance too late, citing that more than a year had passed between the time of their purchases and the time they filed the lawsuit.
In addition, the federal judge said that U.S. securities laws did not apply because Binance was not a U.S.-based...