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QASH: The Amazing Crypto Wow Story

To say that launching an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is not a unique occurrence in the crypto world is an understatement. With hundreds upon hundreds of tokens launched this year alone; 2017 is definitely the year of the ICO.

While there are lots of tokens out there, there are always a few phenomenons that really standout. Ethereum was exceptional with 4-digit gains since its ICO. Antshares/NEO is another success story that was as recent as a few months ago. Each of these blockchains had a unique proposition to sell, but now let me tell you about QASH.

QASH is a token that was launched by QUOINE (read as “coin”) as an ICO in November 2017. The token sale has concluded, but that’s not the end of the story. Why? Because if you've picked up or remember how Antshares at USD5 skyrocketed to USD50 as the rebranded NEO… QASH may very well be set for that very trajectory.


Unlike many “crypto companies,” QUOINE already has working products. They are not selling a pipe dream, but rather an extension to existing products and a solution that would benefit the entire crypto space in the next year or two.

What are their Products?

You know what, no words can explain the excitement I wish to express. QUOINE is a company founded in 2014, and since then, they have built and are running TWO cryptocurrency exchanges; QUOINEX and QRYPTOS! How many ICOs, tokens… or whatever do you know that actually runs their own exchanges? It’s crazy!

And if you have ever looked a Bloomberg Dashboard or used a professional stock trading dashboard; you’ll see that both QUOINEX and QRYPTOS are PRO TOOLS! And they are made available for crypto traders to use without any additional charges. Just to add… they process USD12 Billion in transactions annually.

As icing on the cake, they are the first cryptocurrency exchange and Bitcoin platform to receive an official license from the Japan FSA (financial services agency). They sure aren’t some two bit a fly-by-night company.

Are we going to talk about QASH yet?

Yes. First things first, earlier to talked about how the QASH ICO has ended. In case you want to jump in before reading the rest of this; QASH is already available on several exchanges. They can be purchased on: QUOINEX (well suited if you wish to buy using fiat currencies), QRYPTOS, GATE.IO and many more to come.

For the prudent investor, below is a full roadmap of what to expect:

They have in their plans to set up their own blockchain and finally even have their own full banking license. Talk about long term dreams! But crypto folk aren’t long term, right? We all want the moon overnight, we want to buy today and see the moon tomorrow. That is totally unrealistic… but even if you are a short-term trader; QASH still have something to offer as a short term investment.

This December, the QUOINE LIQUID World Book launches. This is just one piece of the larger story of how QUOINE and its QASH token hopes to help solve the liquidity problems of crypto markets. Think of it as an order book that connects and aggregates the world’s many liquidity sources across countries and currencies… 

Liquidity, that is what QUOINE aims to tackle.

So, imagine a company that has working products a roadmap that isn’t a fluff in the air and another product that launches as soon as December. Good news for the short-term trader? No doubt! A potentially fantastic coin for long term investors? I would say so!

Keep watching QASH.


QUOINE: The fintech company that launched the QASH token.
QUOINEX: A cryptocurrency exchange built and managed by QUOINE
QRYPTOS: Another cryptocurrency exchange built and managed by QUOINE
QASH: The token launched by QUOINE.

(Guest post by: David B)
All views here are David’s only and any excitement expressed here should not be taken as financial advice. In full disclosure, David is invested in QASH.


Rice Cooker Butter Cake

I love my rice cooker because it has the "Cake" function! So, here's my super duper easy rice cooker butter cake.


1 pack butter cake mix (heaped cup of flour + under a cup of sugar + 2 teaspoons baking powder + 1/2 teaspoon salt + couple teaspoon shortening)
3 tablespoons soft butter (REAL butter please! I used Kerrygold)
2 eggs, room temperature
3/4 cup milk, room temperature
1 cup frozen mixed berries (because I wanted berries in my butter cake), don't thaw

How to:

1. Grease the rice cooker pot with some butter.

2. Place the cake mix, soft butter, eggs, and milk into a medium mixing bowl. Using electric mixer, beat on low speed for 30 seconds to combine. Increase speed to medium and mix for two minutes, scraping down sides of bowl occasionally. Add in mixed berries and mix well with a spatula.

3. Pour mixture the prepared rice cooker pot. Turn on the rice cooker and choose the "Cake" function. Press start.

Ready to eat!

Soft and buttery!

Look at those berries!


Rice Cooker Chicken and Mushroom Rice

I'm excited to show you some recipes that I've cooked using my Philips Avance Collection Fuzzy Logic Rice Cooker.

Rice Cooker Chicken and Mushroom Rice

(Serves two adults + 1 preschooler)

1 Kee Song chicken thigh (and wing)
Salt & pepper
1 tablespoon organic mushroom powder by MommyJ Homemade
1/2 tablespoon organic turmeric powder
Grapeseed oil (or any vegetable oil)
1 medium red onion, coarsely chopped
2 cloves garlic, fine chopped
1 inch fresh ginger, thickly sliced
1 red chili, seeds removed and sliced
1 cup of fresh shiitake mushrooms
2 cups multigrain rice, washed
4 cups water

How to:

1. Marinate chicken with salt, pepper, mushroom powder, and turmeric powder. Set aside for at least an hour.

2. Heat up grapeseed oil (or any vegetable oil) in a frying pan over medium-high heat. Add in chopped onions, garlic, and ginger, then stir fry until fragrant.

3. Add in chilies and mushrooms and stir fry until mushrooms are soft. Add in marinated chicken pieces and cook until they turn more white than pink. Add rice and mix everything together until evenly mixed.

4. Transfer everything into the rice cooker and add water. Add some more salt, perhaps a few pinches. Mix well.

5. Choose the "5-Grain rice" option and press start.

6. Dinner is ready within an hour!

Here are other rice cooker recipes that I have tried:

Fish & Pasta Stew
I used the "Soup" function.

Herbal Chicken Soup with Quinoa Noodles
I used the "Soup" function for the soup, noodles are cooked separately before I served them together.

Pork Congee
I used the "Congee" function.

Quick Chili
I used the "Soup" function. Recipe blogged on this blog post.

Bacon, Vegetables & Quinoa Soup
I used the "Soup" function.