- Aug 16, 2017
True, but now we have to apply it in terms of many problems others are seeing with the currency today - specifically, the lack of liquidity and the race for hoarding as much of it as you can. In its current form, DASH reflects a mechanism for hyperdeflationary economics, where even the slightest uptick in purchases creates artificial pumps that do not reflect its true value, and as previous commentators have already pointed out, isnt DASH supposed to be digital cash?You cannot assume that all MNOs bought Dash when it was cheap. But even if that were the case, that just mean they were smart and recognized the value of Dash early on and now they are making a profit from their forward thinking. I don't see anything wrong with that
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It also helps that the people who are benefiting the most off of the system are the ones in control of their own salaries. There are no checks for MNOs at all.
Also, I can assume (and prove) that more than half of all MNOs bought DASH cheap. I have the data points to prove that, but I think you've already seen it.