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Author Topic: [ANN][DASH] Dash (dash.org) | First Self-Funding Self-Governing Crypto Currency  (Read 9722627 times)
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April 29, 2018, 07:51:24 PM

I found this about DASH-Platinum:
https://steemit.com/dash/@svtechnik/next-dash-generation-dash-platinum---flash-sale--

Somebody know about, what is it ?

i read about secure Camera images within Blockchain and DashP.  That the devs. Develop an System that Wifi or IP Cameras couldnt be hacked.

Could be nice to have a secure system for it
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April 29, 2018, 10:25:11 PM
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do masternodes have to submit a superblock trigger once every funding round, who submits it for dash every time?

Network generates the payment automatically and sends it to approved budget proposals.   Unused funds are not created.


im not seeing it in the code it expects a trigger which is only created by a gobject trigger call done by a masternode. in the superblock code it waits for a trigger if none exist it wont pay any proposals.

The logic for superblock creation is in sentinel.

DASH: XsV4GHVKGTjQFvwB7c6mYsGV3Mxf7iser6
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April 29, 2018, 10:33:31 PM

do masternodes have to submit a superblock trigger once every funding round, who submits it for dash every time?

Network generates the payment automatically and sends it to approved budget proposals.   Unused funds are not created.


im not seeing it in the code it expects a trigger which is only created by a gobject trigger call done by a masternode. in the superblock code it waits for a trigger if none exist it wont pay any proposals.

The logic for superblock creation is in sentinel.
thanks! I see that so that means a masternode must create a trigger(superblock) vote proposal for others to vote on that includes payments for the next budget payment cycle? so masternodes would vote twice once on proposal and once on the trigger for the superblock? thats what im seeing in the code just wanted to confirm.
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April 29, 2018, 11:26:22 PM


Who is Going to Lose the Bitcoin vs. Bitcoin Cash War?


A crypto Twitter starlet is roasted over daring to sit down and chat with a guy who has a lot of detractors. Lawsuits are flying around. Lemme tell ya, it’s a terrifying time to be into Bitcoin. Despite hopes that the long-raging scaling debate would finally be over with the split to Bitcoin Cash, it seems to have only gotten worse as both sides are locked in eternal struggle to destroy the other. Which of them will win? Which Bitcoin will come out on top? Well…..

Bitcoin’s well-documented troll army has chased all good actors out

The group of rude, hostile, aggressive, deceitful, and sock puppet-wielding trolls engaged in the defense of the Bitcoin Core team’s mindset has already been covered to exhaustion. While this tactic likely had the goal of strong-arming developmental direction, it had the side effect of creating an environment for toxicity-laden discourse, which in turn drove many good actors out of the ecosystem. The number of developers, businesses, and advocates who previously focused entirely on Bitcoin, but now no longer do so or have exited crypto entirely, is staggering. It’s a big loss for Bitcoin.


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April 29, 2018, 11:31:02 PM


Dash News Recap – Dash Evolution, MyDashWallet, Feedbands, New Exchanges & More!


This is a repost of the Dash Force News Recap video from our YouTube channel. This show is dedicated to keeping you up to date with Dash news highlights from the past week.

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April 30, 2018, 05:02:37 AM

Dash can rightfully be considered the first worthy bitcoin competitor in payments. I like the approach to promotion and the way the economy is organized in the company. This is impressive.
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April 30, 2018, 05:10:32 AM

Dash has been behind big action from last May, June.

I believe new ath and action will visit Dash holders in coming months.

Key here is very low number of coins and most of them are in Masternodes.



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April 30, 2018, 08:01:25 AM

Looks like a battle of the fittest is taking place within the banking system. Those that can adapt may survive and possibly thrive (https://www.coindesk.com/banking-giant-ing-quietly-becoming-serious-blockchain-innovator/)
and those that dont adapt or cant adapt (https://www.coindesk.com/bank-america-closing-three-year-olds-account-crypto/) will be left behind.
 
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April 30, 2018, 12:02:09 PM

New Dash Mining Pool

http://altcoinix.com/dash/public/

Happy Mining
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April 30, 2018, 01:17:08 PM


Arizona Lawmakers Making Crypto Friendly Bills


An Arizona Senate bill that previously focused on state level income tax is being redesigned to focus on point-of-sale cryptocurrency taxes.

The transaction privilege tax (TPT) is a sales tax assessed at transactions throughout Arizona, United States. The new bill would automatically charge and send the “sales tax payment made to the state of Arizona, whether it’s in cash, cryptocurrencies or credit card payment,” said senator Warren Petersen, who crafted the bill. He hopes the bill will pass to make Arizona hailed as a crypto payments innovator. Petersen’s original idea applied to state income tax being paid in crypto, but called this version “much more exciting”.

Senator Petersen recognizes the dangers of over regulating cryptocurrencies since he knows that “New York was booming and then all of a sudden they had massive, burdensome regulations”. He knows that “10 companies fled the state or shut down altogether” after the regulations were implemented and said that “Arizona is not going to do that” and instead “encourage innovation and new ideas and technology”.


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April 30, 2018, 01:34:17 PM

Will old coins like dash, monero, nem make a comeback this year? Or is top ten history for these legacy coins?

It’s gold for nerds
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April 30, 2018, 01:47:39 PM

Will old coins like dash, monero, nem make a comeback this year? Or is top ten history for these legacy coins?

It is not impossible for that to happen. Especially with Dash having its technology already being used by countless payment providers. What we just need right now is for people to put their money back into cryptosphere. We just need a very solid indicator that the bulls are back and we'll see again crazy price increase in no time. I'm not doubting Dash's ability to hit its ATH again. It's just a matter of time.
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April 30, 2018, 05:12:44 PM

do masternodes have to submit a superblock trigger once every funding round, who submits it for dash every time?

Network generates the payment automatically and sends it to approved budget proposals.   Unused funds are not created.


im not seeing it in the code it expects a trigger which is only created by a gobject trigger call done by a masternode. in the superblock code it waits for a trigger if none exist it wont pay any proposals.

The logic for superblock creation is in sentinel.
thanks! I see that so that means a masternode must create a trigger(superblock) vote proposal for others to vote on that includes payments for the next budget payment cycle? so masternodes would vote twice once on proposal and once on the trigger for the superblock? thats what im seeing in the code just wanted to confirm.
Yep, MNOs vote on proposals (manually) and then MNs vote on triggers (automatically), which are created by Sentinel by scanning proposal list (automatically).

DASH: XsV4GHVKGTjQFvwB7c6mYsGV3Mxf7iser6
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April 30, 2018, 05:42:14 PM

Japanes: prevented anonymity altcoins  cryptocurrency on exchanges for trading s Dash (DASH) on this month. This is a signal that DASH is follow down or not? Voting to show  your opinion about this news here -  https://yeenot.today/catalog/news/159
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April 30, 2018, 06:16:36 PM


Bitcoin ABC Dev: “We Have Close to Zero Funding,” Should Bitcoin Cash Be Self-Funded?


Bitcoin ABC’s lead developer highlighted the lack of development funding for the project, raising questions as to the volunteer-basis structure of developing Bitcoin Cash’s implementations.

One of the several implementations of Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin ABC was criticized for developers not signing releases and allowing verification with checksums. When lead developer Amaury Sechét replied that no infrastructure was set up to do this, and was asked why this is, he replied by outlining the voluntary nature of his position, as well as an acute lack of funding from the community:

“Yes it is. My job has been to do this, plus being webmaster of two sites, plus community manager, plus lead dev, plus specs, plus negotiate with exchanges, miner and alike, plus, plus plus. We have close to zero funding to hire people to do it, and as far as the community goes, we have a lot of words of support, but not much actual work done.”

Like many of the first cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin Cash has no funding mechanism specifically set up to deal with development. This is also compounded by the project’s development being spread across several different implementations rather than a cohesive, singular team.


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April 30, 2018, 11:06:51 PM

do masternodes have to submit a superblock trigger once every funding round, who submits it for dash every time?

Network generates the payment automatically and sends it to approved budget proposals.   Unused funds are not created.


im not seeing it in the code it expects a trigger which is only created by a gobject trigger call done by a masternode. in the superblock code it waits for a trigger if none exist it wont pay any proposals.

The logic for superblock creation is in sentinel.
thanks! I see that so that means a masternode must create a trigger(superblock) vote proposal for others to vote on that includes payments for the next budget payment cycle? so masternodes would vote twice once on proposal and once on the trigger for the superblock? thats what im seeing in the code just wanted to confirm.
Yep, MNOs vote on proposals (manually) and then MNs vote on triggers (automatically), which are created by Sentinel by scanning proposal list (automatically).

Thanks for always answering various questions!    Much appreciated
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April 30, 2018, 11:51:59 PM



Introducing Deterministic Masternode Lists
https://blog.dash.org/introducing-deterministic-masternode-lists-daaa7c9bef34
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May 01, 2018, 08:59:35 AM

Invest on DASH now, you might get 79% PROFIT soon!!!

The below chart shows my analysis of DASH which was posted on April 7th. It postulated that the downward wedge could dip a bit more prior to breaking out. Price at that point was $303. Price went as high as $544 which represents a 79% Profit!!


For DASH, the prospects are quite attractive from a Technical Analysis perspective. It's almost like a lyered cake so, please let me take you through the layers. The below shows an apparent Cup & Handle pattern. The rounded price formation countours can't be missed and give that the handle portion always coincides with a corrective Elliott Wave sequence, the red abc makes sense. This itself is often a wedge or a bull flag; but what's clear is that once the handle portion is complete; a breakout to higher highs is expected. So, this is the first layer.



The second layer is shown by the purple lines. It is a Cup & Handle at a higher degree of trend which encompasses the smaller pattern. The whole thing leads to a consolidation with higher prices but still allows price to churn betweenthe buyers and sellers.


Now, the next layer is the potential Inverted Head & Shoulders (white lines). IF this is correct, then the minimum price run could equate to $1,309 or so. But, given this is the minimum, it'll most likely be overrun. The LS, H, RS are shown in white and the volume thus far confirms. So, it's a three layered cake!


Note: just my opinion
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May 01, 2018, 10:07:08 AM

do masternodes have to submit a superblock trigger once every funding round, who submits it for dash every time?

Network generates the payment automatically and sends it to approved budget proposals.   Unused funds are not created.


im not seeing it in the code it expects a trigger which is only created by a gobject trigger call done by a masternode. in the superblock code it waits for a trigger if none exist it wont pay any proposals.

The logic for superblock creation is in sentinel.
thanks! I see that so that means a masternode must create a trigger(superblock) vote proposal for others to vote on that includes payments for the next budget payment cycle? so masternodes would vote twice once on proposal and once on the trigger for the superblock? thats what im seeing in the code just wanted to confirm.
Yep, MNOs vote on proposals (manually) and then MNs vote on triggers (automatically), which are created by Sentinel by scanning proposal list (automatically).
Hey man, is there a script that does this available to read? i assume it chooses randomely which masternode creates the trigger and others vote. Was this done to avoid people from getting voted in then not doing the work?
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May 01, 2018, 01:57:27 PM

Mine DASH on Turbominer

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