EQUAD Price Today
Quadrant Protocol price today is $0.015306384691 with a 24-hour trading volume of $697.19. EQUAD price is up 1.2% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 540 Million EQUAD coins and a total supply of 1 Billion. If you are looking to buy or sell Quadrant Protocol, Uniswap (v2) is currently the most active exchange.
What was the highest price for Quadrant Protocol?
Quadrant Protocol hit an all time high of $0.053012140634 on May 16, 2021 (over 1 year).
What was the lowest price for Quadrant Protocol?
Quadrant Protocol had an all time low of $0.000142144809 on Nov 26, 2019 (almost 3 years).
What was the 24 hour trading volume of Quadrant Protocol?
The 24 hour trading volume of Quadrant Protocol is $697.19.
Where can Quadrant Protocol be traded?
You can trade Quadrant Protocol on Uniswap (v2), Hotbit, and ProBit Global. Popular trading pairs for Quadrant Protocol in the market includes EQUAD/USD, EQUAD/CAD, EQUAD/AUD, EQUAD/GBP, EQUAD/INR, and EQUAD/PHP.
Quadrant is a blockchain-based protocol that enables the access, creation, and distribution of data products and services with authenticity and provenance at its core. Quadrant aims to provide a blueprint for mapping disparate data sources. It will support proof of data authenticity and provenance via data stamping, the creation of “Constellations” (data smart contracts) for disparate data sources, and fair remuneration and incentive sharing. Data Consumers can trust the authenticity of the data they purchase, “Nurseries” (Data Producers) are compensated fairly every time their data is used, and “Pioneers” (Data Vendors) have the incentive to create innovative Constellations. This new transparent ecosystem ensures that companies get the authentic data they need.
Where Quadrant has major potential for impact is the ability it provides “Elons” (the brightest data minds) to find linkages between different constellations and, in turn, create mega Constellations that can be used by Data Consumers to solve real-world problems. This is where Quadrant differentiates itself from its competitors.
Quadrant is designed to work with both centralised and decentralised services. The architecture consists of the core Quadrant blockchain, clients (Data Producer, Data Consumer and Anchor), and Guardian Nodes. Quadrant will operate on a Proof of Authority consensus mechanism so that it can handle more transactions, operate at a lower gas price, achieve faster transactions, and restrict malicious nodes from entering data into the network. An external Proof of Work chain will be used as an anchor for security purposes. For the time being, the Ethereum blockchain will be used for anchoring but it can be replaced by any public chain in the future if needed.
Quadrant will utilise two different currencies for its network: eQuad and QUAD. QUAD, a utility token, is designed to be used solely on the network. It will be used to stamp data, support simple and complex access structures, simple and complex subscription payments, and for staking by Elons. eQuad is an ERC-20-compliant token that will be sold during the Token Generation Event (TGE). It may be converted into QUAD via a gateway when the Quadrant mainnet is launched.