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February 20, 2018, 07:42:26 PM

Edge Secure Wallet Review


Features
The Edge wallet is relatively feature-rich, especially for a wallet focusing on ease of use. Its foremost feature is its simple username and password login setup. This includes a 2FA and security question recovery setup, as well as seed words for individual wallets. While a little different from most wallets, this setup is much more intuitive and accessible to regular users, and is more familiar to users of banking apps and other current services. In a way, this achieves one of the biggest successes possible at this stage in cryptocurrency: good experience while giving the user full control over their funds at all times.

In addition to Dash, the wallet supports the most prominent cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (Segwit and normal), Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin, as well as the Wings and Augur REP tokens. ShapeShift is supported in the app, meaning users can easily switch currencies for each other. The wallet also supports displaying amounts in smaller denominations such as mDash, as well as categories and notes for individual transactions in order to keep streamlined bookkeeping. Unfortunately, the app doesn’t include InstantSend functionality, meaning the standard Dash wallets are more useful to those who don’t care as much about other coin support.



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February 21, 2018, 01:54:51 AM



Dash at MPE Berlin 2018

https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/dash-at-mpe-berlin-2018.29141/

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IMPORTANT UPDATE

Bitcointalk moderator mprep https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=51173

Has sent me a moderator warning to remove every Dash Force News banner from every post I've ever made within 72 hours or be banned from bitcointalk. This warning was prompted and instigated by complaints from Monero troll iCEBREAKER.

Here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2987727.msg30719202#msg30719202

and here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1453109.msg30664388#msg30664388

This is a very low and desperate tactic from a notorious Dash troll / stalker.

I replied that I would be happy to remove banners providing he bans iCEBREAKER from Dash thread.

I'm really saddened by these moderator actions and extreme nature of warning. I'm only guilty of sharing Dash news and updates providing a service welcomed by Dash community.

iCEBREAKER has been provoking and antagonizing Dash community for years. He is free to troll, spread hate and FUD about Dash will full support from bitcointalk moderators.

It doesn't seem very justified or fair that someone that intentionally wanting to cause maximum damage and upset to community have moderator support over an indiviudal that is doing good and serving community.

So Dash community I ask you. Who you would you rather be banned from this Dash Thread?

NibiruHybrid or iCEBREAKER?
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February 21, 2018, 03:03:23 AM

It is hard to take the high road with entities like iCEy underfoot. BCT does itself harm by pandering to iCEy imho.
 
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Kill the troll (iCEloser) obviously!!
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February 21, 2018, 04:44:12 AM
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Yep their spam is out of control. Are you even allowed to reply to your own topic over and over without any interest or input from the rest of the board.

Even more annoying is that they are obvious zealots for the instatmined scam coin dash and only ever post about this scam.

Their views and posts are obviously biased to the point of worthless. I mean you don't need to read anything they post. Just buy their scam coins is the blatant message here. They have no interest in anything else in crypto only pumping their dash scam coins.

Not saying they are horrible people but their misplaced enthusiasm for the scam that is dash is oppressive to the board when you have 2 or 3 spamming dash threads running full time of the first page of the main board.

These mini new announcements for enticing honeypot scam features need to be confined to their ANN.

No other coin comes and spams the main board like DASH does.

I feel the only way to put them off if we can not get them banned is to bump all the other threads highlighting their scammy past.

There are 5 or 6 huge threads investigating and fully publishing the proof that is was a scam from the start. These need to be placed back on the first page of the main board and remain there whilst this spamming from tao and qwizzie et al remains.

return to the darkness from whence you came

Spams and scams not welcome here stick to your ANN thread. We're all stocked up on dash scam spam here.

Yes this post is spam and scam heavy - hopefully google will soon just display all the dash threads the moment scam in entered. It is becoming synonymous with spam now not only scam.

IMPORTANT SUPER-SALTY UPDATE

Bitcointalk moderator mprep https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=51173

Has sent me a moderator warning to remove every Dash Force News banner from every post I've ever made within 72 hours or be banned from bitcointalk. This warning was prompted and instigated by complaints from Monero troll iCEBREAKER.

Here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2987727.msg30719202#msg30719202

and here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1453109.msg30664388#msg30664388

This is a very low and desperate tactic from a notorious Dash troll / stalker.

I replied that I would be happy to remove banners providing he bans iCEBREAKER from Dash thread.

I'm really saddened by these moderator actions and extreme nature of warning. I'm only guilty of sharing Dash news and updates providing a service welcomed by Dash community.

iCEBREAKER has been provoking and antagonizing Dash community for years. He is free to troll, spread hate and FUD about Dash will full support from bitcointalk moderators.

It doesn't seem very justified or fair that someone that intentionally wanting to cause maximum damage and upset to community have moderator support over an indiviudal that is doing good and serving community.

So Dash community I ask you. Who you would you rather be banned from this Dash Thread?

Butthurt NibiruHybrid or Based iCEBREAKER?

I didn't write our forum's rules.  Theymos wrote our forum's rules, including the ones you chose to violate:

Ads are typically not allowed in posts (outside of the signature area) because they are annoying and off-topic. It is especially disallowed to put ads or signatures at the bottom of all of your posts. Except for traditional valedictions, which are tolerated but discouraged, signatures are for the signature area only.

You were asked to follow the rules.  You refused to follow the rules.

This isn't about me.  This is about Dash paidshills like you refusing to follow the rules written by our sysop.

Shooting the messenger isn't an appropriately mature response to being told to follow the forum rules or suffer the Banhammer.

TaoOfSpamToshi thought he could flout our forum rules, but he was wrong.

SoloSpamKid also thought he could flout our forum rules, but he was equally wrong.

You aren't the first or even the second annoying Dash paidshill to inflict astroturf spamvertising crapfloods here.  We've all seen this movie before; you're not that special.  Just another trivial obstacle for me to crush, pulverize, and melt into constituent salt water.

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February 21, 2018, 06:28:51 AM

Hello,

Can you please confirm how many Dash tokens are in circulation now? And what is total supply?

Can I rely on CMC stats? They are often different to official stats. Can admin please confirm?

Also, have Dash ever had ICO?

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February 21, 2018, 10:18:09 AM

3 Daring Reasons Why Dash Coin May Join CoinBase 2018 List

https://stocksgazette.com/2018/02/21/3-daring-reasons-why-dash-coin-may-join-coinbase-2018-list/

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February 21, 2018, 10:41:03 AM

3 Daring Reasons Why Dash Coin May Join CoinBase 2018 List

https://stocksgazette.com/2018/02/21/3-daring-reasons-why-dash-coin-may-join-coinbase-2018-list/

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I hope that Coinbase will add Dash soon, with Coinbase comes GDAX and those two combined could have a big impact on Dash traded volume.

Edit : with soon i mean after Coinbase fixes their whole repeated-charges mess....

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February 21, 2018, 10:54:35 AM

Hello,

Can you please confirm how many Dash tokens are in circulation now? And what is total supply?

Can I rely on CMC stats? They are often different to official stats. Can admin please confirm?

Also, have Dash ever had ICO?

Many thanks,
Pete

Circulating supply on coinmarketcap is correct, although the Masternode Network holds more then 50% of that circulating supply as collateral.

Circulating Supply : 7.9 million Dash according coinmarketcap
Masternode Network Combined Collateral (of above stated circulating supply) : 4.7 million Dash (number of masternodes : 4,709 x 1000 Dash)
Total Supply :  https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOC/pages/134414366/Emission+rate

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Total coin emission
Bitcoin's total coin emission can be calculated as the sum of a geometric series, with the total emission approaching (but never reaching) 21,000,000 BTC. This will continue until 2140, but the mining reward reduces so quickly that 99% of all bitcoin will be in circulation by 2036, and 99.9% by 2048.

Dash's total coin emission is also the sum of a geometric series, but the ultimate total coin emission is uncertain because it cannot be known how much of the 10% block reward reserved for budget proposals will actually be allocated, since this depends on future voting behavior. Dash will continue to emit coins for approximately 192 years before a full year of mining creates less than 1 DASH. After 2209 only 14 more dash will be created. The last dash will take 231 years to be generated, starting in 2246 and ending when emission completely stops in 2477. Based on these numbers, a maximum and minimum possible coin supply in the year 2254 can be calculated to be between:

17,742,696 DASH   Assuming zero treasury allocation
18,921,005 DASH   Assuming full treasury allocation

With regards to ICO, Dash never had an ICO (it was created in jan 2014 as a normal Proof of Work cryptocurrency, before the whole ICO circus arrived).
Dash does have an instamine history that people new to Dash should be aware of (most people are aware of this) : https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/OC/pages/19759164/Dash+Instamine+Issue+Clarification
  

 

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1. I'm not Joel.
2. I have only posted news articles and upates.
3. Having trolls send you private messages to gloat sums up the true motivation behind this.

It's a sad day when moderators take the side of trolls.

I would like to refer mprep to *Rule 3* of the Unofficial list of (official) Bitcointalk.org rules, guidelines, FAQ - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0

3. No trolling.

If a user is habitually posting obviously false nonsense just to stir up trouble, then it's considered trolling, which is prohibited.


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February 21, 2018, 01:34:31 PM
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1. I'm not Joel.
2. I have only posted news articles and upates.
3. Having trolls send you private messages to gloat sums up the true motivation behind this.

It's a sad day when moderators take the side of trolls.

I would like to refer mprep to *Rule 3* of the Unofficial list of (official) Bitcointalk.org rules, guidelines, FAQ - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0

3. No trolling.

If a user is habitually posting obviously false nonsense just to stir up trouble, then it's considered trolling, which is prohibited.




Don't expect any banning with reference to rule 3. I have reported 900 posts of iCEBREAKER breaking this rule, 80% of it got granted. If having 700+ posts deleted for trolling doesn't qualify for being banned, nothing does  Roll Eyes

I'll just keep on reporting all of his posts in this thread as trolling, if that removes 80% of his noise it makes my day. #spamfilter








 

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February 21, 2018, 02:11:46 PM


Polish Central Bank Paid Online Trolls to Smear Cryptocurrency


The National Bank of Poland paid a Polish YouTuber, Marcin Dubiel, around $30,000 USD to speak negatively of cryptocurrency and favorably of Polish fiat currency.

The video, titled “I lost all my money,” shows Dubiel losing all his money to the point where he could not pay for a dinner date. His date had to pay in fiat, which eventually lead to the couple’s breakup. The video takes an extremely biased view, “portraying Dubiel as a victim of an evil mastermind who counts the cash Dubiel lost” due to a get rich quick scheme that left him penniless and lonely. The video also includes the hashtag #uważajnakryptowaluty, which points to a website funded by the Polish Central Bank that describes crypto as “risky, having no guarantee, and not classified as electronic money.”


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1. I'm not Joel.
2. I have only posted news articles and upates.
3. Having trolls send you private messages to gloat sums up the true motivation behind this.

It's a sad day when moderators take the side of trolls.

I would like to refer mprep to *Rule 3* of the Unofficial list of (official) Bitcointalk.org rules, guidelines, FAQ - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0

3. No trolling.

If a user is habitually posting obviously false nonsense just to stir up trouble, then it's considered trolling, which is prohibited.




Don't expect any banning with reference to rule 3. I have reported 900 posts of iCEBREAKER breaking this rule, 80% of it got granted. If having 700+ posts deleted for trolling doesn't qualify for being banned, nothing does  Roll Eyes

I'll just keep on reporting all of his posts in this thread as trolling, if that removes 80% of his noise it makes my day. #spamfilter








 

It is really sad that years of trolling are passing unmoderated. Even offensive language and blatant lies are of no significance to moderators. If there is pure definition of trolling - it is Icebreaker. He is reported zillion times.
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February 21, 2018, 06:45:04 PM


Which Multi-Coin Mobile Dash Wallet Is the Best?


The Contenders

Coinomi The old steady multi-coin wallet, Coinomi has been around for a long time. It works fast and easy, supports just about every coin under the sun, and has secure backup options, including an encrypted password for spending. It’s only available for Android right now however, and has experienced significant support delays in the past. Moreover, its developers have reacted with some hostility when notified about vulnerabilities, which may be a concern to some users.

Pros: Functional, easy to use, supports a staggering spread of coins.

Cons: Android-only, poor support (rarely necessary), prickly devs.

Jaxx Now a mainstay of cryptocurrency, Jaxx made a significant splash by coming on to the scene with a multi-platform wallet with a very attractive, slick, and easy to use app, with the killer feature of being able to sync across over a half-dozen different platforms, creating a unified cryptocurrency wallet solution. Unfortunately, bugs and user experience issues have persisted, to the point where basic functions such as an updated balance, QR code scanning, and even sending funds is sometimes impeded.

Pros: Attractive interface, multi-platform syncing.

Cons: Severely buggy, poor user experience.

Edge The new contender to the scene is Edge, formerly known as AirBitz, which was a Bitcoin-only wallet. Edge is available on both mobile platforms, and features a limited selection of coins at present (most of the familiar ones from the top ten). It has a slick interface and a smooth user experience. Notably, it has a simple username and password setup instead of having to restore with seed words every time a new phone is acquired, and an easy recovery option familiar to users of banking apps and other current account systems.

Pros: Simplest to use, intuitive account-like features, available for both iPhone and Android.

Cons: Limited number of coins supported.


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February 22, 2018, 12:46:33 AM

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kick iCEBREAKER?
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I disagree - the moderator is corrupt and has likely taken coin from iCE / been bought off years ago - that's why iCE's trust level is not visible either
This forum is badgered by iCE every day, spreading FUD and the corrupt moderator turns a blind eye

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February 22, 2018, 04:24:26 AM

Ben Swann on RT comments on Dash (8:30 min)

https://youtu.be/IrTK33A2pDg

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February 22, 2018, 03:09:21 PM


Tesla is the Latest Firm to Fall to Botnet Hijacking


Tesla’s cloud systems were hijacked to mine an undisclosed cryptocurrency.

The hackers got in through Tesla’s Kubernetes administration console (a google-designed system to optimized cloud applications), which was not password protected. Tesla swiftly remedied the issue when it was notified by Redlock, a cybersecurity firm. The cybersecurity firm went on to explain that this attack was more sophisticated than previous attacks they have seen. Tesla explained that they “maintain a bug bounty program” to help prevent against these kind of attacks and that the attack appears to be “limited to internally-used engineering test cars” and found “no indication that customer privacy or vehicle safety or security was compromised in any way”.

Botnet Hijacking, the act of using many hijacked computes on a network to perform DDoS attacks, steal data, spamming, and otherwise gain access to another’s computer device, has been on the rise in the crypto world. The increase of cryptocurrencies’ prices and the prevalence of privacy coins has raised the incentives for bad actors to hack and maliciously mine crypto on someone else’s computer. Only a few weeks ago was it revealed that thousands of UK government websites were hijacked to mine crypto. This past February it was also discovered that over 500,000 windows servers were infected since May 2017. These hijackings can even occur just by visiting a website.


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Ben Swann Highlights Censorship-Resistant Media Empowered by Dash


Ben Swann has taken to various media outlets, making a strong case for why Dash enables journalists to resist censorship.

The host of the Reality Check investigative news segment and owner the the Truth in Media project recently became funded entirely by Dash following a year off-air. This was due to his previous employer, CBS 46 Atlanta, shutting down his segment due to the more controversial nature of the hard-hitting investigations that were the hallmark of his show. Swann then sought independent funding, prompting him to submit a proposal to the Dash treasury for exclusive funding, which passed by a wide margin.

Since rebooting his project, Swann has taken to a variety of media outlets and networks to talk about his return, and, in particular, how Dash has enabled him to defeat censorship, in particular on a recent segment of RT News:


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