Where to Buy Quantstamp (QSP)

Quantstamp (QSP)

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How to Buy Quantstamp (QSP)

As smart contracts through Ethereum become more and more prevalent in the cryptocurrency market, coins like Quantstamp look to detect vulnerabilities in them and protect crypto traders and investors’ security. The first of its kind, Quantstamp aims to provide a scalable security-audit protocol for all Ethereum smart contracts. They’re like insurance.

How does it work?

The premise is simple; more automation, higher security and lower cost. While blockchain networks are secure, Ethereum smart contracts are not. Quantstamp solves this problem with a protocol — designed by PhD experts with industry experience — that audits all smart contracts on the Ethereum network. Over time, the Quantstamp team expects every Ethereum smart contract to use the Quantstamp Protocol to ensure their user’s security.

Backed by a powerful blockchain industry advisory board, Quantstamp intends to provide a service that makes security auditing:

  • Cost-effective
  • Scalable
  • Secure

Thinking about ordering an audit? Let’s get you set up with some Quantstamp.

Open Up A Coinbase Account

If you haven’t done this already, you’re going to want to purchase some Bitcoin or Ethereum from Coinbase. Try out Coinmama if you’re having trouble getting to Coinbase — it’s just as easy to use and the process is the same. Head on over to step 2 if you already have have some BTC or ETH stored in your wallet.

Sign Up For A Binance Account

Now that you’re set up with some coins from Coinbase, let’s head over to the cryptocurrency marketplace. Here, we are able to use our ETH and BTC to buy other coins. While there are a variety of marketplaces you can choose from, we will be using Binance. Create an account and move on to step 3.

Transfer BTC or ETH to Binance

This may seem a bit complicated, but bear with us — all we’re doing is transfering BTC or ETH from our Coinbase wallet to our Binance wallet. Here’s how we’ll do that:

  • Choose “Wallets” on Binance
  • Find for “BTC” or “ETH”
  • Select “Deposit”
  • Select and copy the address string
  • Return back to Coinbase
  • Choose the “Accounts” label on Coinbase
  • Find your BTC or ETH wallet & click “Send”
  • Slap the Binance wallet address into the Coinbase recipient address bar
  • Fill in the desired amount and press send

Below are some screenshots that help explain how this works using ETH as an example:

Buy Quantstamp (QSP) using Binance

It’s time to finally purchase your Quantstamp. Slide over “Markets” and look for the BTC/QSP or ETH/QSP market. Here, you’ll finally be able to determine your price per coin, how many coins you want to buy, and then finally make your purchase.

Here is a screenshots that outlines the bits of the page:

Survey & Store Away

Now you have some Quantstamp and it’s up to you to decide what to do with it. Some like to let them sit in their wallets, others don’t. It’s up to you.

Anything else?

Nope! We hope we answered all your questions for you. If not, feel free to message us in the chat window to your right.

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