A QuantStamp investment is one in blockchain security. This interesting cryptocurrency startup wants to verify the integrity of smart contracts. It's not something I had thought of before, but now it seems rather obvious. An outside auditing company has the power to report vulnerabilities and software flaws that could potentially affect millions of users security and privacy worldwide.
They allow for both the viewing of public security audits on various contracts in their database or for users to purchase a custom report as well. No doubt, services such as these will become increasingly popular as blockchain technology continues to grow and evolve.
This is one of those technologies that nobody quite knows they need yet, but they will soon. I urge you to check out this interesting platform and to perhaps even question our knowledge of the security of current blockchain applications.How to buy?
You can buy QuantStamp on at least one high-level exchange. It's also available on several smaller players as well for added liquidity. Bitcoin is the highest volume trading pair, but there is sufficient Ethereum trading volume if you would prefer to make your trades in this manner.
QSP is an ERC20 token, and that means you can keep your investment in any wallet that supports Ethereum assets. There are many options that will work here, however, if you need a recommendation then you could try My Ether Wallet, a Trezor hardware wallet, or the Coinomi wallet for Android and iOS.