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Follow the Qtum price in euro
The widget above shows you the live Qtum price in euros. If you want to see the price in USD, please check out the widget below. The Qtum price graph is fully interactive and can show you the price data based on your interest. Based on your input it can show you the whole history since the first listing (ALL), the performance since the beginning of this year (YTD), the last 30 days (30D) and the last week (7D). Using this price data you can see the historical trend of Qtum and it enables you to do technical analysis on the Qtum price.
The widget also allows you to buy Qtum instantly and can calculate the total costs including trading fees.
As you can see in the price chart is that the Qtum price never takes a break. This is because cryptocurrency trading never stops and goes on 24/7. Since there are time differences in the world, there’s always someone who is trading Qtum, that’s why you can see the current price on a 24 hour time frame.
QTUM price in euros and dollars
The table below provides you more information about the live Qtum price and the performance in euros and dollars. You can see a lot of information about the past 24 hours, such as, the highest/lowest price, the open and last price, the current market capitalization and total volume in EUR, USD and QTUM. You can also see the total amount of QTUM in circulation and the price difference in a percentage over the past 24 hours, 7 days and month.
Click on EUR and USD to switch between euros and dollars.
Please note that there can be a small price difference between this widget and the widget on top.
The history of Qtum’s price
The Qtum network was launched by Patrick Dai, Neil Mahi and Jordan Earls in 2017. It entered in the market as an exciting blockchain that took elements of both Bitcoin and Ethereum and can be seen as a mix between these 2 blockchains. Qtum launched its ICO in order to crowdfund the further development of its new blockchain-based network. As a result, the Qtum ICO ended up the fourth highest in the cryptocurrency market of that time.
Just like other coins, Qtum price has also seen many ups and downs. On 13 September,2017, when Qtum’s mainnet went live and the Qtum price closed at $11.94. In October and November, the price remained between $10-$20. However, in the mid of December, the Qtum price rose up to $30 for the first time. On December 17, when Qtum featured on a popular crypto-news site, the price went above $20 within one day.
In 2018, Qtum reached its all-time high value of $106.88. After this rise, the Qtum price experienced a crash on 24 September 2019 and its price went down as low as $1.47. The price of Qtum remained within the range of $1.55-$2.30 for the rest of the year. From the start of 2020, Qtum showed a downtrend and saw its all-low value of $0.770018 on March 13 during the big crash.
Qtum is a smart blockchain network, and it has achieved good image by working with potential ventures. On June 6 2017, Qtum announced Decentralized Governance Protocol to handle blockchain network. Moreover, in the end of December, Singapore-based startup ATN announced a strategic partnership with Qtum to create an intelligence layer on Qtum blockchain. In January 2018, Qtum joined hands with Baofeng to become bigger network than Bitcoin and Ethereum. Further, Qtum became an Amazon Web Services partner on October 17, 2018. After that in 2019, Qtum and the fintech banking app solution called as Zeux announced that they are working together to allow all Qtum users to spend their cryptocurrency at any Apple Pay or Samsung Pay Terminals.
Qtum added Google’s Cloud network to its software partners to launch Suite of Developer Tools. Recently, Qtum has just released the 2020 technology roadmap, which comprising of three big updates, related to offline staking, Qtum Phantom privacy solution and lists many other technological goals. With such ambitious long term plans, the Qtum project is highly possible to become a big market player.
Moreover, Qtum has been turning a lot of heads in the crypto space and steadily getting the ranking on the Coin Market Cap.
QTUM historical prices
The table below shows the historical price of QTUM over the past week. You can see the closing price of each day, the volume and the change in 24h.
How is the Qtum price established?
The Qtum price is established based on supply and demand. If more people have interest to buy this currency then the price will go up. When there are more people selling this currency then the price will go down. On cryptocurrency exchanges people are filling each other buy and sell orders. So the Qtum price on all different exchanges like Binance, KuCoin and Bitvavo can differ from each other, because every exchange has their own order book. The Qtum price that you see on this website is an average of all exchanges.
The price is influenced by supply and demand, but also by different factors from the crypto market. Negative news can influence the price in a bad way and can result in a fall of the price. But upcoming new features or certain events can result in a rise of the price. Especially new partnerships with big companies or listings on big exchanges can result in a surge of the price, but most of the time the surge is only temporary and it will consolidate after the surge.
Qtum price prediction
One thing is a fact, and that is that the crypto market is very unpredictable. Prices can rise without any signs and can also fall when you don’t expect it. It is very hard, almost impossible, to predict the Qtum price in the future. Crypto analist however do analyse the price charts very thoroughly to identify patterns in the chart. Some price patterns of the past can occur again, because prices move in cycles. With the pattern and the history the crypto analist can make an estimation what the chance is that the pattern will repeat itself.
When you don’t have the knowledge to identify patters, you can use other factors to predict if the price is going up or down. Generally, with good news, a positive market sentiment, good partnerships or big updates, the price is likely to go up. The other way around, when there is a lot of fear, negativity or there is a hack, the price is likely to go down.
What do you need to take into account with the Qtum price?
The one thing you need to take into account is that the Qtum price can go up or down really fast. This makes the crypto market really risky, especially for traders who are trading with traditional stocks. The price can change more than 10 percent in one day which can result in big losses. The key with crypto trading is to always set up a stop-loss to minimize your risk. Also keep an eye open to check the current market sentiment.
Also, never invest more than you are willing to lose. It is possible that you lose all your invested money due to the high price volatility.
Frequently asked questions about the Qtum price
How often is the price updated?
The Qtum prices are real-time and updated instantly. We rely on the suppliers for the price data, so there may be a delay of milliseconds.
Can I see the price in EUR and USD?
Yes, the Qtum value is displayed in both dollar and euros. You can use the option to switch between USD and EUR.
How far can I look in the past?
You can look back in the past until the very first listing of Qtum in the year of 2017, by clicking on the option ALL.
What other information can I see?
Other than seeing the real-time Qtum price, you can also look at the market capitalization, the overall percentage for the last 24 hours, a week or over the last month. The highest and lowest price over the period of 24 hours can also be seen.