QTUM Partners with Google Cloud To Allow Development of Dapps and Staking

QTUM has established a partnership with Google Cloud to further release its open-source client for staking and developing on the cloud itself. A complete set of the free-to-use tool will provide for the development of smart contracts and Decentralized Application (Dapps). It will also increase the ease of access for non-technical users in issuing and also staking/forging Tokens.

Qtum has launched a full scale of tools which is free of cost. Earlier, the developers and stakeholders had to set up the tools and nodes separately. However, an automatically updated open-source, a free suite of tools are made available on the Google Cloud. Qtum aims to bridge the gap between real-world applications and communities of like Bitcoin and Ethereum alike.

Miguel Palencia, Qtum CIO noted that:

“Qtum’s new developer suite introduces helpful shortcuts and tools to make it faster and easier. With a more accessible technology, we hope to open up and expand the Qtum community to include people with a broader range of experience — from experts to the everyday user.”

The Qtum developer toolkit includes Qtum Core, a Solidity Compiler, Qmix IDE, Solar (smart contracts deployment tool), Qt-dev libraries, and all other necessary libraries and tools to develop dApps.

Price Change

The price of QTUM at 14: 45 Hours UTC on 2nd May 2019 is $2.60. It is trading 8.6% higher on a daily scale. Nevertheless, QTUM has corrected almost 97.5% from its All-Time High of $106.88 reached in the bull run of December 2017.

QTUM/USD 1-Day Chart on Kraken (TradingView)

Google cloud also has extended support for the high-demand public dataset which includes cryptocurrencies: Dash, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dogecoin, Zcash (ZEC) and Litecoin (LTC) as well. It provides the statistic and data for analyzing the projects without any hindrance.

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