QubitLife an Independent Experts in Algorithmic and Manual Methods of Asset Management


The development ideology of QubitLife implies the creation of its own unified ecosystem based on quantum technologies, as well as distribution of platform resources among its users. The main mission of QubitLife is to provide its users with effective ways to receive royalty payments from the use of quantum technologies, as well as to grant its users with an exclusive access to its strategic partners’ platforms.

The main goal of QubitLife is to reach platform’s capitalization value of 10 billion USDT and grow its users base to more than 10,000,000 users by 2025. QubitLife already uses the advantages of quantum technologies, gaining a serious advantage over the competition by adopting quantum neural networks data processing and applying computing power of quantum algorithms. Such implementations allowed to significantly improve the accuracy of analytical data acquired used for development, set up and adjustments of algorithmic systems, and as well as generally improve the efficiency of platform operations.

Greg Lemon from QubitLife had a simple but yet very powerful idea, how to take crypto trading the next level using technology like:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine learning
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Quantum technologies
  • Algorithmic trading

This idea was supported by by a group of independent experts in algorithmic and manual methods of asset management, together with acknowledged specialists in the field of development and administration of electronic systems with extensive experience from the traditional financial markets.

The company goal is to a robust process  developed to produce trading signals and hand them over to traders, Smart software s developed to manage this sophisticated process, The payment side of things is being supported by the DBS bank and There are two different trading strategies that Qubit Tech is using which are Trading Robots API and Margin Trading Contracts.

By purchasing a lot of various startups, you can become a multimillionaire in the next 5 years. QubitLife uses Venture Program Budget to buy stakes in promising startups at an early stage. After the user purchases a startup’s lots, a lock-up period is set for the sale of the purchased lots. As the startup evaluation stages are carried out, each user has the right to sell the purchased shares of projects in part or completely in accordance with the available venture platform liquidity.

The possibility of selling lots of a particular startup is timely notified through the official media resources of QubitLife. USDT received from the sale of lots are instantly credited to the main wallet balance on the QubitLife platform. The commission for the sale of any lot is 5% of the transaction value.

Trading via API will be available at a later stage. Margin Trading Contracts can be purchased starting with 100$. Every package will generate daily profit for you until it reaches 250% total profit. That is approximately 25% per month. Profits can be withdrawn starting from 10 USD. The package size doesn’t have any influence on the passive income but it determines what referral commissions you will receive.

The bigger your package, the more Direct Bonus and more Binary Bonus you will receive.


If you own a Silver package ($1000), you will receive uni level bonuses of 6% (1st level) and 3% (2nd level). Your Binary Bonus will be 9% based on your weaker leg. To activate your binary you have to have at least one active investor on each leg. There is a matching bonus involved that will be paid as a percentage of the Binary Bonus received by the direct partners.

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