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Qtum — September Recap Report
The month of September continued with Qtum’s Stake-A-Thon and the Qtum DeFi Grant Program! If you haven’t heard about the DeFi grant program, Qtum has put up to 5 million dollars for the development of DeFi projects on the Qtum blockchain, and we’ve received a nice array of applications already. So, why is Qtum a great choice for DeFi?
Qtum users can enjoy the benefits of high TPS and low transaction fees. Qtum blockchain also offers more scalability by having the capability of changing parameters of the blockchain without the need for a hard fork. If you have an awesome development team, or you’re a one-person show that wants to build something transformative, check out the link below and bring your best DeFi solution to Qtum.
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The Qtum Stake-A-Thon Continues!
Qtum Offline Staking mainnet Stake-A-Thon officially launched on August 30th, 2020 was created to promote the Qtum Offine Staking Protocol. The great thing about the Offline Staking Protocol is a user has complete control of their funds at all times while still having the capability of earning block rewards.
Users no longer will need to run a full node to stake their Qtum making Qtum one of the top cryptocurrency staking and solution platforms this year. The Stake-A-Thon has 3 different ways one can enter to win. The three options are address delegation, super staker, and pool delegation. If you would like your chance to win, you can read all of the details below!
Offline Staking (Staking-As-A-Service) Providers Launched
Staked.us announced support for Qtum Offline Staking in early September and has minted quite a few blocks already.
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