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THE QWAN informs about the use of cookies on its website

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QWAN Coin for the global gaming industry.

Playing games is an essential part of the human experience. Just as games have expanded into gaming culture, the gaming market has expanded beyond the gaming experience itself towards streaming, social communities, esports, career development, and education. An ever-expanding ecosystem of products and services is posed to reshape not only the kinds of gaming experiences but the role that gaming plays in our lives. The future of gaming needs a community-led vision for a new global gaming economy. QWAN is a token to support decentralized, community-led approaches to the (a new) gaming economy.


The QWAN Foundation, as empowered by the QWAN community, governs the QWAN token. The foundation ensures that the legal and technical conditions for sustaining the QWAN DAO and the QWAN token are met in perpetuity. The foundation is designed to empower the decentralized QWAN community to shape the governance, expansion, and usage of the QWAN token treasury and ecosystem. The foundation manages access to the QWAN treasury, controlled through a multi-signature process.


QWAN leverages a DAO to ensure that a global, decentralized community can be actively involved in the governance of the QWAN ecosystem. The DAO is necessary to ensure a global community maintains the primary role in the use and governance of QWAN. The QWAN Ecosystem Development Process (See Governance and Proposal Types) allows DAO members to propose, debate, and shape decisions around the use of the QWAN treasury, governance, administration, projects, and any related community initiative. QWAN DAO membership is open to all QWAN holders.

The special council

The special council for the QWAN foundation is selected by the QWAN DAO to provide oversight of the QWAN foundation, administrators, community, and any third party actors involved in the DAO. The special council is intended to ensure proposals and the implementation of proposals are aligned with the QWAN vision and ethos. The special council meets regularly to discuss the state of the QWAN ecosystem, as well as for assessing proposals in need of administrative review  The initial term for the board is 12 months, with an annual election process.


QWAN Coin (QWAN) is an ERC-20 governance and utility token used within the QWAN Ecosystem to power interactions within and across gaming platforms, power additional experiences and utility within Web2 and Web3 games, and coordinate a global community that spans all geographies and demographics united by a passion for play.QWAN was created with four main functions: governance, use, spend, and incentivization.

1. GOVERNANCEQWAN serves as the governance token for The QWAN DAO that supports the QWAN  Ecosystem and steers the future direction of the project through community proposal and voting processes.

2. USEQWAN will be used as a utility QWAN creating and enhancing Web3 gaming experiences. QWAN may be adopted by any third-party platform and game.

3. SPENDQWAN may be used as a currency within The QWAN  Ecosystem for purchasing goods and services.

4. INCENTIVIZATIONQWAN is used to incentivize participation in campaigns and initiatives supported by The QWAN DAO and the gaming community. Possible initiatives include developer and creator grants, rewarding certain game-based objectives, etc.


The total supply of QWAN is set at 1 billion tokens. The largest portion of QWAN (500M tokens or 50% of total supply) is allocated to the Ecosystem Treasury, which is governed by The QWAN DAO. Of these, 200M QWANs are dedicated to gaming incentives and rewards. Large portion of the QWANs is also dedicated to partnerships, grants, and other initiatives supported by the The QWAN DAO.

200M QWANs (20% of total supply) are allocated to gaming partners. 190M QWANs (19% of total supply) are allocated to private sales, 80M (8% of total supply) to launch contributors, and 30M (3% of total supply) to a public sale event.

QWAN has a pre-set unlock schedule for tokens allocated to various categories as shown in the table below. Overall, all tokens will fully unlock over a period of 60 months to ensure gradual increase in the supply to support the gaming activities and accommodate a growing community and usage of QWAN.