Thanks for the question, @Unstoppable. I have a new MNO report ready for editing, should be out soon.
Colombia is currently number 5 globally in terms of Dash-accepting merchants and number 6 in Dash Android wallet installs as of mid September. In May, before I started, Colombia was at zero merchants and wallet installs were barely a blip.Yet the merchant count on discover dash had not budged from 106, and since they cleaned it up, it hasnt budged from 54.
I'm beginning to think you need to focus harder on Colombia, and should not attempt to handle all of Latam. It's likely locals will handle it better.
I want to believe in your progress but unless it is showing up somewhere I don't see it.
I only upload after verifying and I do that in batches. I will attempt to upload more frequently. Thanks for the suggestion.Consider updating discoverdash daily. It's quite fun to check on it every day and see what kinds of new merchants are recently listed and where they are. Your progress will also be crystal clear and above reproach. As it stands, it seems no new merchants have been uploaded in at least 3 weeks, maybe 4. That's a bit disappointing.
Thanks @solarguy . And we'd like to continue getting it done. We're going to do everything we can no matter what - all of us are very committed - but I have already had to make the difficult decision of cancelling several events this month.No question, it's tough times for everybody until the Dash value perks up. Clearly, you guys have shown a "get it done anyway" attitude.
Understood. Sebastian is going to verify 40 remaining merchants in the verification queue in the coming week and at that time I will send a fresh csv to Albert.I support your efforts, but again I ask you to keep discoverdash updated. Batching once per month isn't enough. I'll give you my yes vote when it says 311 for Colombia.