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Dash’s PrivateSend: What makes Digital Cash Fungible

Jul 07, 2016

PrivateSend is a term used to describe both the mixing technology of Dash and the private sending of dash.  The main Dash wallet includes this functionality as an option. If you want to send a payment privately or erase all previous history, you need to mix your coins prior to...

Dash’s governance structure and budgetary system challenges current cryptocurrency system

Jul 05, 2016

Dash’s governance structure and budgetary system challenges current cryptocurrency system Contributing an entire block reward “blindly to mining” to secure transactions is an act of stupidity says Ryan Taylor, head of finance at Dash, an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency. His reference is a clear shot at the world’s leading cryptocurrency...

12.1 Development Update

Jul 03, 2016

Evan Duffield: Internally among the core-team (our core DAO which maintains the software, promotes Dash and executes its day-to-day activities), there’s been a building sense of excitement about the near future, d10e and beyond. Things are going great and we’re building momentum internally, toward our goal of achieving an Evolution...

July 2016 Monthly Budget Report

Jul 01, 2016

We are now less than a week away from having a final network budget for the July payment cycle. I have outlined this month’s funding requests for the core team and community sponsored proposals as they stand right now. The next superblock is scheduled for block 498480, which should occur...

Amanda B is back with Dash : Detailed # 3

Jun 30, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GRrLiTCq5M With a current return-on-investment of 10%+ annually, many are wondering how to launch a Dash masternode. Luckily -- unlike in the world of mining -- detailed information on how to begin is not difficult to come by. But for interested investors who don't own 1000 Dash now and won't...

Dash is Financial Privacy

Jun 28, 2016

PRIVACY IS IMPORTANT Privacy is a human right. It makes us what we are. It has been proven many times that when we don't expect privacy, we behave differently. We don't dare to experiment and create. We stop being humans. Some people say that only those with something to hide...