So the two will have a sort of open architecture? Kind of like standardizing electrical outlets?
Realize that most vendors won't want that much "choice." It's just more crap they have to learn and understand. What they want is to sign a piece of paper and have it "just work" from that point on.
While I'm an advocate for choice, turnkey is what is wanted.
Kind of. Basically how it will work (tentatively) is this - a merchant that wants to receive DASH only will create a wallet on the device using the wizard and they will have a locally controlled wallet.
If a merchant wants to receive fiat (most likely) they will create a wallet with our online service and then when setting up the terminal they will select "existing account" and input their public key (or mnemonic seed). Similar to restoring a hardware wallet. It will still be very much a turn-key service.
Is that for a pcnc? If you ever want to discuss machining stuff, I am on slack (dash nation and coin chat club).Me too, lols! I just got the toolchanger for my Tormach over the holidays.
Of course. Planning and problem solving are big parts of my bread and butter in daily life.You have no choice but to think out strategies unless you like losing hundreds of thousands of dollars...
This is one of few proposals that I can endorse because the person behind it clearly has his shit together.
I haven't voted for anything in a long time. I might vote for this.
I've been looking for "the guy" who could code this idea. I think you're it. I hope this gets approved.
Well thank you for the confidence in this endeavor. I think my partner and I will be able to make this happen - the overall vision will take patience and it will have unexpected things crop up, I'm sure. That's a big reason why this proposal isn't a $5000/month for 6 months contract.
I plan to make a proposal at each stage of development when all has been thought out, concepts have been tested and delivery is just around the corner
I'd like to point out something about your image in the OP.
Keeping the InstanTX branding makes sense.
To be honest, the image in the OP is old, and a new logo has been made containing the InstantSend branding.
All graphics at this point are temporary for demos, etc. Even the name will be changed upon release to avoid confusion with other Dash products using the "dashpay" branding.