I'm engaged in integration project which in technical aspect is aimed to migrate certain parts of the business logic of sports betting platform on Dash blockchain. At the feasibility study stage, where we're now, we have to explore and choose proper components to utilize. The most compact solution I see at the moment is to rely on bitcore-node-dash and create the add-on services upon it. Bitcore API seems enough to implement the business logic we need. (Need to say we're going to step further than just accept payments in Dash). But I have the following concerns I'd like to discuss here: 1) I'm not sure this library is still maintained. The last commit in the master branch was on Feb 14, 2017. 2) I'm not sure bitcore-node-dash will be useful after Evolution is released. Since the Evolution documentation is not yet published, I can only rely on my guesses, fueled by what is known from the white paper. That's my thoughts: With bitcore-node-dash, one has to run own MN which will be extended and play a role of the entry point for the 3rd party integrated application. Meanwhile, Evolution brings in DAPI which allows the 3rd party application operate with 'randomly' MN, chosen via round-robin DNS. The last seems more scalable and less expensive, but the situation raises the following questions: 1) Will DAPI provide no less functionality than the bitcore-node-dash (I mean features listed here: https://bitcore.io/api/lib)? 2) If no (or not in the first release), then would it be possible to use bitcore-node-dash after Evolution goes on the live net? I would appreciate any answers and thoughts.