no no they are accumulating the funds for the election campaign of coins101 didn`t you know about it?So I'm sitting here the past few days thinking WHY? Why is the price dropping, and I just realized April 15th is Tax day in the USA! LOL, there always is a reason! People are needing extra $ to pay their taxes ;P I'm quite sure now that that is what it is! What do you all think?
Guys, i am having a problem with MN. So they run for 2 hours and then go offline. I delete pears.dat, debug.log, db.log and restart and restart from hot wallet. After couple of hours both MN go offline. Does anyone else experience it?
It looks like you've already learned how to set up a masternode.conf for start-many. the donation option is easy now that you have that set up. You just add a receiving address and percentage at the end of each line in the masternode.conf. https://dashtalk.org/threads/bounties-growth-and-sustainability.4146/page-2#post-50984Bitemy...
can anyone point me to a thread that shows info about how to set up donations ? What about voting?
ddink7 link=topic=421615.msg11115774#msg11115774 date=1429276549 said:Tante, you ask some excellent questions and give us much food for thought!
It may be helpful to put these things in context, though, by pointing out that nobody in the open source community has solved these issues. Up until very recently, one poorly-funded person was managing SSL. Countless Fortune 500 companies use SSL to make untold billions of dollars, but virtually none of them have ever invested a dime in the project. Even Linux--the backbone of many corporate systems around the world--is poorly funded and maintained largely by its creator (who is paid) and numerous volunteers.
If the open source projects that the entire IT community rely on are so poorly funded and maintained by amateur volunteers, it's not surprise that the open source crypto community should find that to be true as well.
Perhaps somebody who knows more about the open source movement and has worked with other open source projects can give us their thoughts on how to maintain Dash in a poorly-funded, post-Evan, volunteer-only world.
(N.B. One major difference between crypto and Linux or SSL is that the devs of crypto currencies usually own quite a bit of it, which means they are actually incentivized by the growth in value of their coin that results from their development efforts. If Evan hypothetically owned 100k Dash, he would be very motivated to continue full time on this project for a very long time, as his efforts will greatly increase the value of his holdings.)