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How Does Dash's DAO Work? | DASH: Detailed

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The Future of Finance and the Continuation of an Interest Based System:
http://dashmasternode.org/the-future-of-finance/

A Masternode can be thought of as a computer that runs a dash wallet. This computer and wallet make decisions, such as locking transactions with InstantX (instant transaction protocol), coordinating mixing of coins (PrivacyProtect protocol), and voting on budget funding. Masternodes are required to have 1000 Dash collateral, a dedicated IP address, and be able to run 24 hours a day without a more than a 1 hr connection loss. Masternodes get paid 45% of the block reward on every block, this is distributed to masternodes one at a time. Typically, around 2 dash is paid to each masternode every 7 days.

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Anyone Can Apply for Dash Treasury Funds: A 3-Step Tutorial

 

Dash's treasury currently offers up to 1 million US dollars worth of Dash per year to hire people to work for Dash. Past and present contractors have performed all sorts of tasks from marketing to developing to research, and are paid directly from the blockchain. Here's the 3-step process anyone can use to apply.

 

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Crypto Investors Should Look Closer at Dash: The Atlanta Blockchain Hosts Evan & Amanda

 

Learn what makes Dash unique, why its investors are confident, and what lies in store for 2017. Organized by Atlanta Blockchain Meetup on August 24th, the packed event featured presentations from Amanda B. Johnson (host/writer of DASH: Detailed) and Evan Duffield, founder and lead developer of the currency.

 

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Why Dash is the Most Sybil Attack-Resistant Cryptocurrency

 

A Sybil Attack in a peer-to-peer network happens when one person uses many, many nodes for a malicious end. How is this achieved, and what does it cost? Amanda B. Johnson explains why Dash in particular is uniquely resistant -- highly resistant -- to such attacks, and what this means.

 



 

 

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Apple. We're Digital Currency Experts Now

 

Watch Millicent Beauregard, digital currency expert at the Apple App Store, describe the "thorough review process" for currencies and wallets. What does The DAO have that Dash doesn't? You might be surprised at the evaluation criteria.

 

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..."buying shares in a company can be exciting, however buying shares in a company that pays dividends can be empowering. Dash is currently the only top blockchain technology that offers any kind of dividend yield, and an extraordinarily empowering one to say the least"...

 

What Cryptocurrency Should I Invest In? A Lesson on the Power of Dividends    


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Bitcoin Double-Spend Tool Now Available to All: Interview w/ Glass Hunt's Hackers

 

"Double-spending" Bitcoin -- the process of making someone believe you sent them funds when you didn't -- used to be only for the tech-savvy. Thanks to Glass Hunt's new web-based double-spend tool, however, it's now easy and available to all. The South Korea-based anonymous hackers -- who actually want Bitcoin to succeed -- reveal their motives in this anonymous interview by Amanda B. Johnson.

 

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How Dash 'InstantSend' Protects Merchants from Double Spends

 

Learn how the Dash network is able to lock transaction inputs, enabling the prevention of double spends in real world commerce using InstantSend. An explainer and demonstration provided by Amanda B. Johnson showcase this foundational feature, set amidst context of Bitcoin's increasing double spend problem.

 

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NodeCounter Urges Users to Abandon Bitcoin for a Currency Like Dash

 

NodeCounter.com, a site tracking Bitcoin nodes and in particular those of potential forks, has posted a note calling on users to abandon Bitcoin for other cryptocurrencies over issues surrounding the block size limit.

 


 

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

NodeCounter.com is of the opinion that the current Bitcoin development team is not taking satisfactory steps to ensure the growth and advancement of Bitcoin in accordance with satoshi's original white paper.

 

Instead, Bitcoin is being transformed into a settlement layer, with high fees, and using a labyrinth of complex overlays on top of the basic system.

 

After over one year of stagnation, it has become evident that no change will occur. The current Bitcoin development team has prevented the ability to freely discuss the development of Bitcoin by tacitly supporting censorship, and outright banning of developers and community members who differ in opinion.

 

Since efforts by the community to resolve these problems have failed, it is necessary to resolve them with a different approach.

 

When looking at the subject of cryptocurrency as a whole, it can be seen that alternative cryptocurrencies themselves act as a method of decentralization. This includes decentralization of development as well.

 

By supporting another cryptocurrency, you are supporting the features and development team you want. Money speaks louder than words, especially in a censored environment. Let your money tell the market what you want.

 

There are currently cryptocurrencies which perform better than Bitcoin, have more features than Bitcoin, have a more receptive and open development team than Bitcoin, and have a better upgrade path than Bitcoin. The single and only remaining quality that Bitcoin has over these other cryptocurrencies is first-mover advantage. In every other category Bitcoin is second.

 

Thus, as it is currently impossible to make a change within the current Bitcoin development team, it is recommended that you place your investments in those cryptocurrencies which have the features and development teams you want the most.

 

This is how the market will decide.

 

We will not mention which coin(s) you should invest in here, as this is the free market's choice.

 

Speak with your wallet.

 

Sincerely,

NodeCounter.com

 


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It's Q4 2016, So Where Is Bitcoin's Consumer Demand? -- Dash on NASDAQ

 

Director of Finance at Dash, Ryan Taylor, expounds on the state of Bitcoin and why it continues to fall short of expectations. Taylor shares why only a crypto with the innovations of Dash stands to offer the “trifecta” required to break into the payments industry.

 


 


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Dash Gets the 'Theymos Problem,' but Few Tears Are Shed. Why?

 

Amanda speaks in this non-episode of DASH: Detailed about recent bannings and comment removals in the most popular Dash discussion forum, Slack. It's happened before to other cryptos, namely Bitcoin. Will the result be different for Dash, or not? Sit up on Amanda's knee to hear more.

 

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Living Room of Satoshi to Add Dash, Dropping ETH, LTC, & DOGE

 

Interview with Daniel Alexiuc, founder of Australia's premier cryptocurrency bill pay service. Learn why Daniel decided to add Dash, why coins other than BTC will be dropped, and how he plans to expand amidst Australia's unique banking system. 

 


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