Quantum is a deflationary cryptocurrency platform that destroys its tokens on a monthly basis. This deflationary process means that the value of Quantum should theoretically constantly increase as more upward pressure is put on its price. Bitcoins raised during the Quantum crowdfunding phase were put into a special fund pool called the “Liquidity Pool”. These bitcoins are traded on various exchanges through margin trading, arbitration, and market making to generate a low risk income. This income is used to buy back Quantum and send it to a “black hole” address, which then uses a smart contract to destroy it once a month. Because tokens are constantly bought back from investors, liquidity is increased.
Quantum (QAU) tokens are based on Ethereum, serve as the deflationary currency of the Quantum platform, and can be sent peer-to-peer.