QLC Listed on Bittrex Global Exchange
We are happy to announce that QLC has been listed on one of the premiere cryptocurrency exchanges — Bittrex Global.
QLC can now be traded with the following pairs:
It was a pleasure having our team members Allen and Jasmine as guests in the Binance Telegram channel (https://t.me/binanceexchange), where they had the opportunity to answer questions from a number of Binance community members and spread awareness about QLC Chain. To wrap up the AMA, we have given away $3,000 worth of QLC tokens to those with the best knowledge of our project and products. Please stay tuned for the AMA recap!
QLC Chain Integrates Chainlink to Bring ICT Data On-Chain and Power New DeFi Products
On September 3, we announced our partnership with Chainlink, the decentralized oracle network, with whom we will be collaborating on several use cases including on-chain payments automation, telco infrastructure tokenization and our 2FA solution.
Read the full article here: https://medium.com/qlc-chain/qlc-chain-integrates-chainlink-to-bring-ict-data-on-chain-and-power-new-defi-products-3b2adca5c65c
QLC led MEF’s first approved DLT framework — DLT-based Commercial and Operational Service Framework — Billing proposal
Our proposal to develop a new MEF standard “DLT-based Commercial and Operational Service Framework — Billing” was approved by the MEF membership at the recent MEF 4Q2020 members meeting. The project proposal was the result of a MEF Incubation Group initiated by QLC Chain with the approved project that will eventually result in the the first Distributed Ledger Technology focused standards project within MEF.
QLC Chain @ CBAN Showcase 2020
It was our great pleasure to participate at the inaugural CBAN Showcase event held virtually from 3 -5 November 2020.
The Showcase was a great opportunity for solutions and other technology providers to demonstrate some of the projects they are developing that will lead to real-time settlement of services using new technologies such as distributed ledger technology.
Representing QLC Chain at the event were Architecture Adviser Andreas Freund and Senior Team Leader Alen Breznik.
Andreas was on hand to discuss the topic of automation being the key part of digital transformation, along with representatives from PCCWG, AT&T and Telefonica, while Alen showcased our Data on Demand solution.
Please stay tuned for the full recap of our participation at the event.
QWallet update — dApp browser and DeFi support
We are happy to announce that as a part of our DeFi strategy, the QLC Chain team has made another significant step forward in building out our DeFi ecosystem.
With the latest update to the QWallet app, we have implemented two new functionalities — the dApp Browser and support for DEX DeFi projects. This update lays the groundwork that will support our own DEX which is planned for release sometime mid-November and currently enables the QWallet users to effortlessly connect their Ethereum wallets and trade ERC20 tokens on one of the prominent DeFi exchanges which include Uniswap, Loopring, Kyber, Bancor and SakeSwap at this time.
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QLC Chain Community AMA — October 18, 2020
On October 18, 2020 the QLC Chain team participated in our most recent AMA where we had the opportunity to answer a number of questions asked by our community. The topics discussed included DeFi platform development, partnerships and adoption, among others and provided interesting insights into the future direction of the QLC Chain.
You can read the complete AMA article here:
QLC Chain Community AMA — October 18, 2020
This past week, we have asked our community to submit their questions about the QLC Chain project, though our Reddit…
As we are nearing the release of our DeFi product, the team has been hard at work in making the necessary preparations for the launch. We have recently released a Q-Wallet update integrating dApp Browser and support for DEX DeFi projects. Along with it, our public chain now supports the cross chain contract deployment on Ethereum.
On the Enterprise Wallet side, it now supports the USDC/PAX integration for enterprise customers and we are currently preparing to release the cloud based version.
About QLC Chain
QLC Chain aims to resolve the data trust and security problem in the communication industry, it provides network automation of billing/reconciliation/settlement/payment/custody to telecom operators utilising blockchain technology.
QLC Chain offers telecom operators with inter-carrier connection and financial consultancy services as well.
From the ledger structure perspective: QLC Chain supports each account to have its own chain of ledger integrated with telecom service capabilities, named the multi-dimensional block-lattice structured ledger.
From an adoption scenario perspective: QLC Chain’s mission is to create a secure and trusted environment for communication services and to narrow down the digital divide by leveraging Distributed Ledger Technology, enabling everyone to operate and benefit from network services.
QLC Chain solution suite includes:
- A blockchain-based DoD (Data on demand) platform to process inter-carrier settlements in a trustable, auditable and automated manner and enable frictionless on demand commerce and federated network for information and communications service providers
- A blockchain-based A2P SMS settlement platform with its product suite including an A2P SMS settlement solution; Anti-SMS swap solution, and QLC Chain soft-sim identity for IoT devices.
- A blockchain-based DID (Decentralized ID) communication authentication solution which is intended to authenticate, authorize, and access blockchain identities and security properties in network service such as SD-WAN/MPLS/cellular network/5G slicing network.
- A solution that enables enterprises and operators to use crypto wallet and stable coin payment for supply chain.
Learn more about QLC Chain https://qlcchain.org/