Qredit is the native exchange currency of the Altilly Exchange.
Qredit reportedly launched its mainnet in August 2018 using the Ark codebase with the Delegated Proof of Stake consensus with 51 delegates forging on the network. Qredit advertises itself as having features such as; Smart Contracts, Valkyrie (Blockchain Deployer), Fiat conversions, NFC payments and unique KYC features. More information is visible on the Qredit website. The goal is to allow merchants to easily implement Qredit in their store with the use of our wallets without spending money on unnecessary hardware. Qredit is reportedly fully open-source and written in Typescript, allowing anyone to build or fork their own chain using the Qredit codebase.
How do I buy cryptocurrency?
While some cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, are available for purchase with U.S. dollars, others require that you pay with bitcoin or another cryptocurrency.
To buy cryptocurrencies, you’ll need a “wallet,” an online app that can hold your currency. Generally, you create an account on an exchange, and then you can transfer real money to buy cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin or ethereum.
Coinbase is one popular cryptocurrency trading exchange where you can create both a wallet and buy and sell bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.