Crypto coins, especially those in the top 30 got serial battering in the wake of the surges in 2018. Now, the market is getting some fresh breaths and VeChain (VET) and Qtum (QTUM) are taking the front seat to reclaim their mandates. These coins are not sleeping giants but seem hidden. However, they are bouncing back and the crypto community cannot help but grin at their impressive features.
Qtum’s (QTUM) Value Transfer
This is worth keeping an eye on. Qtum (QTUM) serves as the bridge that links the hitherto value transfer protocol (Bitcoin) to the modern blockchain architecture (Ethereum). Bitcoin’s solutions enable the transfer of value over the blockchain.
However, this cannot get in close contact with Ethereum’s smart contracts and decentralized applications. In the light of this, Qtum (QTUM) literally connects the dots because of its foundational value transfer protocol and support for the smart contracts and DApps architectures.
VeChain (VET) Geared at Mass Adoption
After the rebranding of VeChain (VEN) to VeChain Thor (VET), there was acceleration in partnerships. The first to come on board was BMW. Before this, the coin harnessed a record-breaking partnership with Tesla’s competitor, BYD. The coin has other impressive partnerships such as the collaboration with foremost insurers, the People’s Insurance Company of China (PICC).
Qtum (QTUM) Beats off Competitions
Before its coming, Ethereum was the king of DApps. Soon after, there were other platforms such as EOS. The proliferation of DApps blockchains put a clog in the wheels for Qtum (QTUM).
Regardless of this, the coin is already making moves to beat them to the game. It was in talks with 360, a Chinese FinTech company. The outcome is the development of a blockchain research center in China. With the launch, Qtum (QTUM) will be in a better position to give EOS and NEO the run for their money in the DApps market.
A Boom in VeChain’s (VET) Use Cases
Many companies and industries are harnessing the power of the VeChain’s (VET) blockchain to perfect their industrial needs. The coin’s traceability tool is very much in use in China’s food industry. Shanghai, China’s most populous city also uses the tool to prevent anti-vaccine fraud.
Now, VeChain’s (VET) use case is beyond conventional cryptocurrency. It has taken the step further at different industries such as the supply chain and logistics.
The Hide will not be long
VeChain’s VET and Qtum (QTUM) will not be hiding for long. As the year moves further and as predictions are rife on the profitability for cryptocurrencies, the value of these coins will get a massive increase.
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