Today BlockchainBrad (@Brad_Laurie) asks Quarkchain’s CEO, Qi Zhou, the tough questions in an exclusive @Quark_Chain update. A major focus in BCB’s talk is unpacking the FUD with Qi regarding Quarkchain’s decision to delay their token distribution. There are also a lot of other things discussed too. Transparency is a core feature of the blockchain and Qi Zhou steps up to the plate!

This is a completely unpaid interview for a project that I deemed worthy of research time, recording, and posting for educational purposes only. Information contained here in is not an offer or solicitation to buy, hold, or sell any security. I did not receive any compensation of any kind for this interview.
I am not a financial advisor and I am simply providing information for educational purposes. Investment in ICOs (initial coin offerings) ,and in cryptocurrency related investments, involves a high degree of risk and should be considered only by persons who can afford to sustain a loss of their entire investment. Investors should consult their financial advisor before investing. The SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) has warned investors residing in the United States that ICOs may constitute securities, and by investing in ICOs, investors may be purchasing unregistered securities offerings.

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Investment Disclaimer:
I have invested in Quarkchain. I invested in the ICO.




  1. Thanks so much guys for watching and commenting on this FREE content. This video was not sponsored or paid for in any way. I hope it is informative. Looking forward to reading your comments. Thanks again guys!

  2. Weird thing to do. Changing terms so obscurely and so unreasonably that in turn makes investors have to sell the coins back to them below ICO price. Now they have millions and millions of investors coins themselves. hmmmm. Why is this….. why are these coins now in Quarkchains hands…. what are they doing with the coins…..have a guess….. and ask yourself if this was their aim to have these coins in their hands at many multiples the ICO price. They fucked investors in the arse for their own greed.

  3. Good interview Brad ~ Thanks.
    Mixed feelings about the answers from the CEO as he was a fish out of water on the business side. Mismanagement comes to mind. The CEO avoided directly answering all tough business questions by offering nonsensical meandering answers. His answers on the technical side were far better. The CEO seems far better as a CTO. than as a CEO. The sooner they replace or adjust the CEO's role the better.
    IF they want to become adopted as a serious project, they will need to find effective business leadership to compliment their seemingly strong technical skills.

    IMHO ~ Technical skills … 9, Business skills … 1

  4. Thanks Brad – I did the ICO, sold ⅔ at a nice profit and hold ⅓ for the long term – thanks again for another great follow up. Looking forward to what they will achieve in the next year or two.

  5. .Bought into Quark' platform not really knowing its prospects. It seems that these young tokens are very vulnerable until they have so much adoption that the copies and other platform type choices find it too hard to catch up. So despite the speed and scale-ability, the open source nature makes it very vulnerable.? On the other hand that alone is an incentive to continually improve the code in order that it remains the most desirable platform.


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