The implementation of Qtum Rosetta is now live, the repository can be found here:
The readme will walk you through building and running Qtum Rosetta
Qtum is an open sourced public blockchain platform, leveraging the security of UTXO while enabling multiple virtual machines including EVM and ARM VM. Qtum is PoS based and boasts a Decentralized Governance Protocol (DGP) allowing specific blockchain settings to be modified by making use of smart contracts. For instance, the block size of Qtum can be increased without the need of a hard fork.
Qtum supports QRC20 tokens which are Qtum’s “Flavor” of the well known ERC20 standard. The vast majority of Smart Contracts will run on Qtum without undergoing major changes, this makes Qtum a very attractive platform for developers to bring their currency Ethereum Smart Contracts into Qtum.
Qtum is also highly scalable by design, has incredibly low transaction fees as well as 32s blocks, making it suitable for high speed transactions and DeFi applications.
Development work for Qtum started in 2016 after we won the “Best innovation award” at Shanghai’s Blockchain week. Qtum continued to grow over time and development has been constantly active, driving the platform