It's an USD left-over from previous months. It's mentally easier to do exchange for exactly $5k and leave this as a change.What does the $28.50 field describe in this document? I can see how the exchange multiplication works, but it is not clear to me which column describes income or expenses and which amount of Dash/USD is left at the end of the cycle.
What output does it produce?Unable to run the appimage on manjaro, but works on mint.
All I get is a notification "failed to mount...". I have two other appimages from a different application, one mounts correctly and the other fails in the same way.What output does it produce?
Does it work when installed from source?
In the last funding cycle Dash Electrum support and development was defunded due to social attack on Dash Governance system https://www.dashcentral.org/p/DashElectrumDec2019 under the cause of "Not being relevant".
Status as of Jan 1st 2020:
- Dec 2019 salaries have been paid
- project is 251.9 Dash in red
- PrivateSend mixing was implemented but not tested properly, so it won't be released
If you consider project to be still relevant, donate to XfL6bgKCXWWDeE5iYfm9pUzfY3P5e8nDaC (the address that should have been receiving DashElectrumDec2019 payouts)
If there would be at least 5 Dash to cover next proposal submission, I will submit next proposal. It will include Dec 2019 costs (251.9 Dash) plus necessary funding to continue for at least 3 months of development.
It was a pleasure to work on Dash Electrum.
It works exactly as Dash Core mixing: creates necessary denominations, connects to the Dash MNs, startes/joins mixing sessions, runs as much mixing rounds as you indicate. Our intent was to recreate existing behaviour as much as we can. On testnet mixing is quite slow (1000tDash takes several days to mix), but I guess this is because of lack of liquidity.Hi, can you explain how this PrivateSend is working? How much of a trustless setup is it? How does it differ to the desktop client? How fast is the mixing?