I really like this idea. Also, 10 Dash seems like a good point of entry.
What this needs to be viable is a user-friendly integration into the wallet, so people can stake inside a mobile wallet for example.
Also, I would propose that the "unit" of staking be 10 Dash, so you can only stake in...
Carry over no.
I would be for a flexible system, but I think it would be only fair if that would dip into the MNO rewards, not rewards of miners (and/of stakers, if we implement that).
As MNOs are effectively the ones with the power to vote on it and other network participants have no agency in...
We could just lower the mining reward, keep MNO rewards and budget the same, and burn the rest. That would effectively raise the value of all Dash in circulation, impacting holders.
Of course, that's just until we can implement some smarter long term solution.
$0.01 is a significant fee in places like Venezuela. If our network can be spammed that easily, then maybe we need to scale better.
I don't think we should be able to decide a minimum fee. Shouldn't current network congestion be a deciding factor?
Hm... I didn't get that from the previous response. It never states that Evolution is a prerequisite for InstantSend in mobile wallets, just that ChainLocks and Chained InstantSend are.
So that would mean there is no technical limitation to implementing PrivateSend into current mobile wallets...
I have seen that answer before, but I actually wanted to find out if we'll have to wait for DashPay before we get PrivateSend on mobile wallets, or can we have it integrated before full Evolution rollout?
Ryan himself said that they are not related to each other and that you...
I have two questions:
Q1: When can we expect PrivateSend to be available on mobile wallets?
Q2: Is anyone currently looking into some sort of protocol level implementation of trustless masternode collateral sharing or is it an abandoned idea and it's left to trusted third parties to implement...
I think we should start talking about this again, because quantum computing threat may be closer than we think, considering that quantum computing power is increasing exponentially, not linearly as traditional computing power does...
That's because most of the people that got into crypto early actually believe that basic income is a bad thing and should be avoided, as it inevitably leads to inflation.
That being said, I would like to see at least one crypto that does basic income, but does it right. I still don't see how we...
I still don't see why this card is so hyped.
This would be useful only in places that have a custom POS system in place to accept it and in that case you can do the same thing with a mobile application as with this card.
If we had a Dash POS network in place, we could make a card like this in a...
I'm pretty sceptical about that card.
There are a lot of issues with card issuers regarding crypto-based debit cards.
TenX had all of their cards disabled a few months ago and LitePay had their Litecoin card delayed.
Additionally, card issuers are notoriously problematic when privacy based...
I don't think you are doing a good job, really.
All your posts sound more like propaganda than like a feasible idea.
I'm actually genuinely curious. Let's say you have technical stuff handled and you can make your ideal cryptocurrency.
How would it function?