The current price of QLC Chain is $ 0.0212034 per (QLC / USD) today (09/7/22 6:20PM) with a current market cap of $ 5.09M USD. 24-hour trading volume is $ 13.04M USD. QLC to USD price is updated in real-time. QLC Chain is +35.42% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 240.00M USD.

Blockchain technology has disrupted almost every sector, including telecom. QLC Chain is one of the leading blockchain projects that seek to transform the telecom sector for the better. Initially referred to as Qlink until a recent rebranding, QLC seeks to decentralize telecommunications by developing a distributed telecommunications platform in which users can purchase connectivity from other users rather than mobile providers. 

What is the QLC Chain Project?

QLC Chain bills itself as the next-generation public blockchain designed for the Network-as-a-Service (NaaS). The platform is based on the NEO protocol and integrates a multidimensional Block Lattice architecture that uses virtual machines (VM) to manage and support integrated smart contract functionality. QLC Chain leverages dual consensus: Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) and Shannon Consensus, an in-house consensus developed by the QLC Chain team. Using two consensus protocols, QLC Chain delivers a high number of transactions per second (TPS), achieves massive scalability, and provides an inherently decentralized ecosystem for NaaS related decentralized applications (dApp). NaaS dApps can include various platforms such as Virtual Private Network (VPN), multicast protocols, custom routing, Wide Area Network (WAN), bandwidth on demand, intrusion detection and prevention, security firewall, and antivirus. In simple terms, QLC Chain is a multidimensional block-lattice structured ledger with integrated telecom service capabilities. The platform decentralizes telecommunications services allowing you to purchase and sell telecom services from your peers instead of centralized telecommunication companies. The QLC Chain model is innovative, allowing users to sell unused data to others, sell access to their Wi-Fi connection and run their cell signal.

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