It's not just the XMR clowns. Even among general Bitcoiners when someone asks for a private transaction solution the preference is for Monero first, ZCash second and Dash mentioned barely or not at all. I've seen this several times in threads on r/bitcoin, r/btc and r/bitcoinmarkets which is my favorite of the three.The XMR clowns have been using this line for nearly 3 years. You'd think they would have laid the issue to rest by now...
Rules for Radicals: Never go outside of your own peoples' knowledge.Dash's solution works, but is not preferred by the general crypto community at this time.
According to whom? Have these advanced tracing measures ever been demonstrated to break Dash's anonymity?
Well, am not saying they are correct-- but the "PR" on a number of large YOUTUBE video bloggers often repeat the meme that DASH's privacy crypto is not as good as Monero or ZCash-- and they specifically allege that transactions using DASH's privacy can be "followed" or traced-- here is an example of such a claim in this YOUTUBE Vlogger who has a large following-- Roger Ver also said the same thing in one of his YouTube videos---- see YOUTUBE video here:
It's pretty common media practice to repeat a lie and call it news.
I'm not sure this is useful. It may just bring out the fakers.There is a proposal in pre-discussion about offering a big fat juicy reward for anyone that can break a privatesend transaction. I am hopeful that it will turn into a full blown proposal this budget cycle. That'll shut their pie hole.
We're hiding all transactions inside a ledger of transactions, by making all transactions look the same.wikipedia said:
IT WOULD BE GREAT IF WE/DASH COULD GET THIS TYPE OF FREE PUBLICITY, SUCH AS MONERO IS SOMEHOW GARNERING, FOR DASH'S PRIVACY ATTRIBUTES: SEE THIS ARTICLE : https://themarketmogul.com/xmr-monero-cryptocurrency/?hvid=Qj5mr