USX Quantum was founded to bridge the divide between modern and Quantum blockchains. In this whitepaper we explain the process of developing a blockchain that runs on Quantum computers, answer questions that investors have, enumerate our plans in the post Quantum blockchain era, and illustrate our production of side projects to maintain trading volume and investor sentiment
What is Unified Society?
In 2013 there was a project called USDe (Unitary Status E-Dollar). This was a script coin, similar to LiteCoin and looked to leverage the new idea of the digital asset. The developer at the time desired to bring the crypto community together at a time when multiple projects were popping up daily. A few of our team members were new to this space and scoured for promising projects to invest into and to mine coins. USDe gained popularity and achieved status on some of the first larger crypto exchanges. Having bought into and even mined USDe, we had seen the value of a unified community brought together in the crypto space.
The decline of active development resulted in the fading of the USDe project. There was a rumor that the original developer had suffered an accident and could not continue the project. At the same time, once popular exchanges were being outgrown by new platforms and also suffering from the greed of their owners. One of these main exchanges that went bankrupt was forced to sell its remaining wallets in 2017. Of these, emerged the USDe wallet. A current team member acquired this wallet and attempted to form a team to continue development of USDe. However, the USDe chain was already outdated and obsolete compared to newer projects. Once it was determined that the USDe chain could not be transformed to match newer tech, the decision was made to create a new chain. This was USDEx.
USDEx was an evolution of the previous chain. USDEx was an early version and attempt at a wrapped token. Having contacted previous USDe miners and investors, the USDEx team attempted to reform the community and advance the idea of a token based around unifying the crypto space. A new chain was created, mining pools were created and the new USDEx was set to run in 2018. Unfortunately, the 2018 Bitcoin bear market set in and the sentiment toward crypto suffered. USDEx could not survive as another fork of the same ideas that were already in the space. This is where USX Quantum enters. Quantum computing was a new technology on the horizon, so a new project to take advantage of these systems was formed. USX Quantum formed in 2021 to usher in a new generation of blockchain that harnesses the power of Quantum computing. With the mission of creating a blockchain that can be run on Quantum systems, the team at USX Quantum is looking toward the challenges of the future to unify the crypto space and add adaptability and enhanced security to the idea of the blockchain.
What is USX Quantum?
In 2021, USX Quantum was formed to breach the divide between current blockchain technologies and the emanant world of Quantum computing. USX Quantum is designed to be the start and pave the way for blockchain to integrate into the Quantum world. The development of Quantum computers over the last year has advanced astronomically.
From a single qubit to the Quantum machines that are now active, coding languages and the materials needed have evolved to meet the requirements of these systems. We are now at a point where exotic particles are being identified and evaluated for use in Quantum systems. In simple terms, It's only a matter of time when blockchains need to run on Quantum computers.
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QUANTUM SECURED NFT'S
USX Quantum will use non-fungible tokens to secure developers' software; NFT's will be used to sell code snippets and software.
USX will use the latest in encryption technology Lattice-based cryptography.
Quantum's platform will include a new nft marketplace, quantum physics-based education, and a social component.
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