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Pre Proposal: MN Hosting platform using DASH as base currency

Discussion in 'Pre + Budget Proposal Discussions' started by crypto_dude, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. crypto_dude

    crypto_dude New Member

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    Hi DASH Community ,
    I wish to make this proposal to make a MN Hosting platform + MN exchange + Shared MN Platform +Stakebox using DASH as base currency .Below will be the features
    Allow one- click deployment of different types of Master nodes
    Allow people to run shared master nodes in a secure way
    Master node exchange where people can auction there MN’s
    Allow MN deployment straight from the exchange
    Node monitor and statistics tools
    50% of the profits will be shared with DASH MN holders for life
    The platform will be competitive with the most popular platforms used these days and will add one more use case to DASH, will only use tier one vps providers to ensure quality service
    Cost: Cost will be 30 DASH paid per month for 6 months, This will be used to pay for buying servers/ setting up infrastructure and pay for the developers.
    About Me:
    i have an extensive experience working on Web Technologies and Architect-ed several salable Enterprise Applications over the years. Below is my profile. you can reach out to me for any further queries
     
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    healey New Member

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    one-click deployment of different types masternodes--is this where a centralized company is holding the 1000units? (and ie. the client is not holding the private keys)
     
  3. RJ Dowell

    RJ Dowell New Member

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    Hello crypto_dude,

    What are the main benefits of the suggested platform? Thanks.
     

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