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QUUBE Exchange starts today (24 October) until 31 December the Initial Coin Offer: ICO

QUUBE Exchange — First Quantum Resistant Exchange and Blockchain. The ecosystem has a strategic focus on initial token offerings in security and utility formats – STO Launchpad with the secondary exchange market with a pro level trading platform. A powerful venture investment model brings a new level of safety, transparency and velocity to the VC Funds and Family offices, unprecedented investment exposure given to the startups. Along with security, venture market becomes much more liquid for the LBO model of investments due to the secondary STO marketplace.

QUUBE.EXCHANGE is the first quantum safe ecosystem and security token Launchpad with the professional exchange platform allowing STO/ICO projects to fundraise rapidly amongst accredited and non-accredited investors. Operations based on the dedicated STO blockchain designed for investment and custodian institutions. The chain is a safeguard for any other crypto market ecosystems from quantum terminal attacks; all exchange operations and user balances to be recoreded onchain. The day when the first quantum computer will connect a cryptocurrency’s blockchain is coming therefore the cryptocurrency market need a respective protection.

QRP is the blockchain of the blockchains — protocol recording logs of everything going on the STO exchange and Token lifecycle transactions if launched on the Quube platform. The blockchain differentiates by encapsulating the public key details and adopt LIBOQS coding preferences avoiding quantum attack. QRP Token is a collateral and tickets for the STO/IEO campaigns. QRP is fuel to maintain the ecosystem of exchange and the dedicated STO blockchain.

CYBER SECURITY LAYERSPublic key cryptography is essential in securing all Internet communications. For example, the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol uses public key cryptography to protect every “https” web page for entering passwords or credit card numbers. However, all public key algorithms used in practice are based on mathematical problems — such as factoring, discrete logarithms, or elliptic curves — which could be broken by a quantum computer. The field of quantum-safe cryptography, also called post-quantum or quantum-resistant cryptography, aims to construct public key cryptosystems that are believed to be secure even against quantum computers. Ongoing advancements in physics point toward the eventual construction of large-scale quantum computers. Such future devices would still be able to decrypt present-day communications, allowing anyone to decrypt data transmitted today. Thus, it is important to start developing and deploying quantum-safe cryptography now, even before quantum computers are built. Several mathematical techniques have been proposed for constructing quantum-safe cryptosystems, including:


LATTICESIncluding the learning with errors (LWE) & related problems.



THE GOAL OF THE OPEN QUANTUM SAFE (OQS)Project is to support the development and prototyping of quantum-resistant cryptography.


OQS consists of two main lines of work: liboqs, an open source C library for quantum-resistant cryptographic algorithms, and prototype integrations into protocols and applications, including the widely used OpenSSL library.

OQS is intended for prototyping and evaluating quantum-resistant cryptography. Security of proposed quantum-resistant algorithms may rapidly change as research advances, and may ultimately be completely insecure against either classical or quantum computers.We believe that the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography standardization project is currently the best avenue to identifying potentially quantum-resistant algorithms. OQS does not intend to “pick winners”, and we strongly recommend that applications and protocols rely
on the outcomes of the NIST standardization project when deploying post-quantum cryptography.

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