The biggest issue so far for the cryptocurrency of any sort, according to the QASH (which they insist is pronounced “cash”), is the problem of liquidity – there simply isn’t any easy and convenient way to turn the bought cryptocurrency into fiat and back again without any problems or delays. Every trading pair that you look at will have their own level of liquidity, so every single transaction’s speed and effectiveness will almost entirely be based on the type of exchange you’re using at the moment. The platform created by the company Quoine Liquid would craft a combined pool in order to get the highest liquidity at all possible. They divide the actual mechanics into two parts: first off, they have what they call a World Book, where the prices and orders from hundreds of exchanges from all around the world would be collected, to be a single “order book” that anybody could use to their convenience. 2nd part of their plan is to use Prime Brokerage, giving the user a direct prime market access to every single one of the hundreds of exchanges listed in the World Book. The two parts work in unison providing the user the opportunity to have the greatest liquidity at any point in time.