Since this is the testnet, and I figure any question can be asked here, LOL, I want to ask what you all think if we did a "stock split". We'd take 1 Dash and move the decimal over by one, and turn them into 10 Dash. This would increase psychological liquidity from 6.5 million coins to 65 million coins. True, it isn't required as it is in stocks on the stock market as you can buy any fraction of a coin in exchanges. However, people are irrational, and there is a psychological block against less than whole numbers. I think it's very VERY clear by watching the exchanges, that buying quantity over quality rules. Even if now is not the time, I actually think this would be a good precedence to set for Dash. Next time we do it, it will create no hoopla. It can simply be a planned function whenever the price rises to a certain point. It could be done perhaps any time the trading value of a Dash gets close to $10 (manually on a case by case bases or automatically) It doesn't change any Dash holder's value (exchanges would simply automatically make the existing price 1/10 of what it was) MNs would at that moment require 10,000 coins to run, etc.... Ultimately, it's just a matter of how a Dash is displayed. Moving the decimal point over by one. I'm sure the trolls would give us flack, but that would not mean much, especially since there is already precedence in the stock market. I sincerely think that it would increase volume and price, which are important for functionality. I may sound like I want to increase the value of my own coins, and of course I do, but this is also needed for Dash to function. We will be ready for mass adoption soon, we need volume and market cap closer to Bitcoin's current for starters, and obviously far more later when Dash becomes one of the top payment services. Setting the wallet to mDASH just doesn't cut it, it's not set that way in the exchanges. I'm talking about bringing new money into the system from the outside, so speaking to those not in this space for the past 5 years. It's easier for Bitcoin to cost so much per unit, as they're the first and they advertise as being "a store of value". We're advertised as being cash. We need liquidity even more than Bitcoin and so I think we should consider doing anything we can to kick this up a notch.