QTUM, pronounced Quantum, is not new to the cryptocurrency scene. Its entry into the market came in 2016 as a superior solution to problems that plague both the Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains. Its vision was to bring the best of both worlds into one network that would be far more superior to the Ethereum and Bitcoin networks individually. Many referred to it as the “Ethereum killer.” This idea saw it gather around $15.6 million in 2 rounds of ICO crowdfunding in early 2017. In this review, we take a deep-dive into QTUM ERC20 and uncover whether or not QTUM has lived up to its name.