It may not be our members voting-keys explicitly, because we maintain the private keys, but it is our members funds and when members vote, we vote accordingly - which anyone can audit if they like.
Gather the votes for any addresses that deposited to CrowdNode...
I don't mean to be rude, but I have already answered that, if you please care to read through all my previous answers and read the KB I have linked to regarding API.
Whether or not you are satisfied is a different matter than me being right.
I cannot continue this discussion - it is not...
Anyone can extract votes cast by members. If one does that for all members, calculates the votes, and compares to what CrowdNodes nodes have voted - it will match. Is it easy to do, no. Does it take a lot of time, yes. Is it transparent, yes.
We want to find time to publish something that make...
You are welcome :)
I didn't write that there was a "report". I wrote "... we want to give easy access to overviews and aggregated data again, but time and priorities have favored other deliverables ..."
"There is transparancy into which address votes on whichs proposals (just like MNs on...
We had a good long discussion on Discord :-)
It is possible to remain 100% private just by using the API.
When you signup with the UI, you select your OTP provider of choice.
When you fill out your Profile, phone is 100% optional, but you may want to put it in there for various reasons.
Regarding Trustless on CrowdNode – just to make sure the facts are clear to everyone. When our members Dash have been moved to P2SH addresses, it is Trustless, funds are completely out of our control.
We have no interest in being or becoming a huge and centralized custodial entity – with...
Of course, we don’t reveal phone numbers to Google – that would be illegal (GDPR), and we would get fined heavily – we would probably go tits up on that account.
Yes, we stopped doing transparency reports – and it has been discussed on several occasions on Discord. When discussed, we have...
A new video is out with a fresh status from CrowdNode.
The Blockchain API is live on Mainnet! And much more :)
Be a part of the beta test of Dash Mobile Wallet where the CrowdNode API is in use to enable easy staking...
The BlockChain API is in open beta, and we invite you to try and test it on Testnet
The beta includes the following MVP features; Sign-up, accept terms, deposit, withdraw and linking API access to existing member.
The blockchain API is the result of...
We have an important update regarding our KYC compliance.
We have received clarification from the Danish FSA in response to the required level of KYC and AML procedures. In short, we have no obligations to collect KYC/AML-documentation.
As a response to the clarification, we no...
9.9.18 was a great day. We lifted the ip-restrictions to our PROD environment and went live for everyone.
Today, we are happy to announce that the first masternode is now ENABLED.
Join us at https://app.crowdnode.io
Andreas, CEO of CrowdNode.io
With the markets in red the past months, we think it just might be a good time to launch our service – CrowdNode.io – a Dash Masternode Shares Hosting Service! Hopefully a launch can reduce supply and increase demand a little bit :-)
We have been working on CrowdNode.io for...
Sounds good - let me know if I can help with anything.
On the same note - are you able to provide info about the format/construct of the Masternode Start Alias message? Or point me to any (literally any) documentation of the construct of such message?
Thanks a bunch :)
I'm really interested in hearing your findings. Are there any contraints that prevent this.
Looking at the code I'm seeing; block_hash, sig_time and lastping going into the Broadcast (masternode start) - so I'm guessing it has to be fast if possible at all?
The reason behind my questing is I'm...