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March 06, 2018, 09:04:36 AM

Hi there,it's weird question but anyone remembers any of the first exchanges DASH was listed on at the begining?
cryptsy, many people lose dash there...
Thanks for reply-doing some research on how specific coins  market performance at the very begining correlates to long term strength.

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March 06, 2018, 09:33:37 AM

Hi there,it's weird question but anyone remembers any of the first exchanges DASH was listed on at the begining?
cryptsy, many people lose dash there...
Thanks for reply-doing some research on how specific coins  market performance at the very begining correlates to long term strength.
I used to like Mintpal.. Poloniex is used for a long time, used to be a top volume exchange.
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March 06, 2018, 09:56:03 AM

Hi there,it's weird question but anyone remembers any of the first exchanges DASH was listed on at the begining?

https://c-cex.com

I think c-cex was the first to trade Dash (formerly known as Darkcoin)


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March 06, 2018, 02:18:58 PM


Europol Sees Criminals Moving Towards More Private Coins


The unified European police agency, Europol, is observing a “distinct shift” to cryptocurrencies that “provide a higher level of privacy.”

Jarek Jacubchek, a cybercrime analyst at Europol, pined those quotes as he went on to discuss how Monero, Zcash, and Dash have various methods of anonymity and confidentiality. Jacubchek complained that the inability of enforcement agencies to tie transactions to individuals limits their ability to identify suspects, gather evidence of criminality, and seize criminal proceeds.

Jacubchek further discussed how the use of more privacy focused coins indicates a degree of sophistication among criminals since they are required to go through multiple exchanges and currencies to achieve the highest level of privacy. He recognized that simply using cryptocurrencies isn’t inherently illegal, but feared that cryptocurrencies could be prone to use by criminals.


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March 06, 2018, 06:25:26 PM


Dash Boost “Micro Treasury” System Launches Public Beta


DashBoost has launched the public beta of its micro treasury system, showcasing a thorough second layer to the ecosystem.

The underpinning of Dash’s decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) is its treasury system, whereby 10% of all new coins created are set aside for funding development and various other projects. In order to submit a proposal for funding, a five Dash spam filter fee is required, which presently prices out many smaller projects with an entry fee of nearly $3,000 USD. In order to still allow smaller projects to compete in the space, DashBoost was launched as a “micro treasury” to replicate the current system on a much smaller scale.

Project administrator Pasta believes that the project represents a significant opportunity to enhance the Dash DAO:


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March 06, 2018, 07:15:36 PM

I think that the coin is very promising. and I think that it will go up as well as the market as a whole

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March 07, 2018, 09:25:44 AM

Neptune Dash Technologies CFO: We Generate Cash from Dash Transactions

https://smallcappower.com/videos/editors-pick-video/neptune-dash-technologies-stock/

#dash_force


First Crypto ETF to Establish DASH Masternode, Distribute Rewards as Dividends to Token Holders

https://coinidol.com/first-crypto-etf-to-establish-dash-masternode/

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Get Paid in Cryptocurrency - Dash Proposal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amGtgSzd7Zo

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Dash Cryptocurrency

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 bitcoin & more so becuase its affordable with a strong ecosystem"


 https://www.slideshare.net/Avikchak1/dash-cryptocurrency-89755179

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March 07, 2018, 10:28:34 AM

Check out CoinRanker for real time prices.
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Good looking website.. thank you.
The home section may even replace my coinmarketcap favourite, as it has realtime data.

Edit : adding the option to select MACD & RSI indicators in the price / volume charts within each cryptocurrency, would make it perfect. But i can imagine this is maybe outside the scope of your current project.

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Bill Gates Dislikes Cryptocurrencies for “Their Anonymity”


Bill Gates, Microsoft founder and famed philanthropist, said in a reddit AMA that “the main feature of crypto currencies is their anonymity” and he “doesn’t think this is a good thing.”

Gates further elaborated on the question asked by Askur1337 that “crypto currencies are used for buying fentanyl and other drugs” and accused the technology of causing “deaths in a fairly direct way.” Gates also praised the government’s ability to “find money laundering and tax evasion and terrorist funding.” Gates was also concerned about how the “speculative wave around ICOs and crypto currencies is super risky for those who go long”.

Bill’s accusations seem to ignore some key data points and ignores a significant reason for the recent expansion of cryptocurrencies.


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March 07, 2018, 05:15:35 PM

Buddy ol pal...here is the problem,.  

I, unlike you, have no reason to hide my identity Mr IB.  I have nothing to fear because I try to be respectful in my conduct even if I disagree with people.  I travel the world promoting my region, our wines and the belief that this ecosystem of crypto currencies in general have the power to better our society.  I'm constantly aware that my actions matter...that those of my peers are in fact listening and certainly I do not go out of my way to incite hate and to body shame people and spread toxicity and more far more importantly engage in psychological abuse of an entire community.

And in there lies your dilemma, you have cultivated a legion of countless enemies in your abusive campaign of hate  in the false belief that this ecosystem provided you with anonymity.  You and no one else have created the predicament you face.  Certainly you weren't of the belief that you had some god given right to molest, harass and abuse a whole community for years with out some thought that eventually there would be a breaking point, did you?!?  

Did you not consider that in a ecosystem of cyber punks and those on our society's fringe, now empowered with new found millions of dollars wouldn't have the means to sniff you out?!?  For a man of your claimed intelligence...that's seems extremely careless.

 I'm sure the "high" powered lawyers you claim to know would certainly have advised you against engaging in abusive and personal attacks on individuals and whole communities and would have advised you that such behavior could result in unwanted consequences.

See IB,  I'm not the one you should be concerned about ...and I too have great legal counsel and understand that my words matter, maybe you should be more cognizant of that in your conduct.  

...you reap what you sow!

You are still failing to account for the vast difference between a public figure and a private individual.  Are you even capable of understanding what those words mean, much less comprehending how they may be parsed in the context of your quest to uncover and publicize for purposes of harassment my personally identifiable information?

It doesn't matter how "great" your legal counsel is when you have publicly issued multiple written confessions to such illegal and reprehensible acts. 

There is a right to anonymous speech precisely because whistleblowers need to be able to call (for the benefit of the greater public good) out scams like Dash's Instamine, self-enriching Emission Reduction, and Masternode High Yield Investment Product without being discouraged by possibility of retaliatory actions from those who don't like their scam being exposed and discussed.

Many people don't want the things they say online to be connected with their offline identities. They may be concerned about political or economic retribution, harassment, or even threats to their lives. Whistleblowers report news that companies and governments would prefer to suppress; human rights workers struggle against repressive governments; parents try to create a safe way for children to explore; victims of domestic violence attempt to rebuild their lives where abusers cannot follow.

Instead of using their true names to communicate, these people choose to speak using pseudonyms (assumed names) or anonymously (no name at all). For these individuals and the organizations that support them, secure anonymity is critical. It may literally save lives.

Anonymous communications have an important place in our political and social discourse. The Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly that the right to anonymous free speech is protected by the First Amendment. A frequently cited 1995 Supreme Court ruling in McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission reads:

"Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority. . . . It thus exemplifies the purpose behind the Bill of Rights and of the First Amendment in particular: to protect unpopular individuals from retaliation . . . at the hand of an intolerant society."


The tradition of anonymous speech is older than the United States. Founders Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay wrote the Federalist Papers under the pseudonym "Publius " and "the Federal Farmer" spoke up in rebuttal. The US Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized rights to speak anonymously derived from the First Amendment.

The right to anonymous speech is also protected well beyond the printed page. Thus in 2002 the Supreme Court struck down a law requiring proselytizers to register their true names with the Mayor's office before going door-to-door.

These long-standing rights to anonymity and the protections it affords are critically important for the Internet. As the Supreme Court has recognized the Internet offers a new and powerful democratic forum in which anyone can become a "pamphleteer" or "a town crier with a voice that resonates farther than it could from any soapbox."

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has been involved in the fight to protect the rights of anonymous speakers online. As one court observed in a case handled by EFF along with the ACLU of Washington, "[T]he free exchange of ideas on the Internet is driven in large part by the ability of Internet users to communicate anonymously."

You can choose to shoot the messenger as much as you like, but you are then focusing on the wrong things instead of the problems with Dash at hand.

People don't really like the truth when it is critical of them or the things they cherish. They would rather come up with reasons why someone else is wrong for being critical or conclude that "these things" don't matter instead of opening their minds, looking at the bigger picture and objectively acknowledging that things are not so great.

To sum things up: There is a problem with the Dash community that needs addressing - it is sexist, misogynistic, thuggish, threatening, hostile, defensive, thin-skinned, vocally inept, seriously lacking in passion and enthusiasm and seems to rely on the Core Team and the treasury to fix all its problems

Before you go off on the offensive about how Dash is like all other communities, we only need to see some stats to show how uninviting Dash is to outsiders:

See the total subscribers tab: http://redditmetrics.com/r/litecoin#compare=dashpay+cardano+monero+IOTA

Basically, Dash struggles to pull subscribers to its subreddit while other crypto communities subscription numbers have sky rocketed, increasing to significant highs.

Now, I know what some of you are going to say: "But we're not trying to attract people who are already in to crypto, the nerds and the geeks and the libertarians. We're aiming for mainstream adoption, Joe and Jospephine public!"

Well, let me point something out you knuckleheads - r/cryptocurrency subscribers went up from 25k at the start of 2017 to over half a million as of today - these ARE the people from outside the cryptocommunities that we were and should still be aiming to attract to Dash - there are at least some of your Joe's and Josephine's stuck in that no-mans land, just waiting to be rescued by a project they can get on board with - too many are sidestepping Dash for other projects.

If the Dash community were sports fans on a match day, they would be some of the worst hooligans in the league.

Part of the problem is how the Dash community is 'structured'. When people work for the Dash Core Club they tend to stop contributing their thoughts and opinions, that raw energy, to the community. I'm not saying that they are not passionate about Dash and don't focus that passion into their work, but the passion and social interactions that the rest of the community can thrive upon is no longer there. They can't relax around the rest of the community and say how they really feel. It's like there is a wall between those who work in the Centralized Core Club and rest of the community. That doesn't feel like a real community to me - it feels like one that is divided!

This is a shame for obvious reasons - but mainly because the Dash Core Club members and the wider community don't get to converse freely or fluidly with each other and this takes away a big element of the decentralization and the shared ideas/discussions that are found in abundance with other crypto communities.

With the exception of around lavishly compensated 10-15 core contributors (well done to you), who are generally found on the Dash Discord, here, or writing Dash articles, the Dash community on the whole is seriously lacking enthusiasm.

The recent giant spike in /r/dashpay users is obviously artificial and not legitimate organic growth.  There is no way it really has ~2,000 people online but only a sparse smattering of occasional comments.  Paying for fake traffic is an admission that Dash lacks real community involvement and needs to astroturf with fake users.

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I miss this kind of shit from you folks....
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March 07, 2018, 06:26:29 PM


Dash Sponsors Porcupine Freedom Festival, Ben Swann to Keynote


Dash has funded the top-level sponsorship of PorcFest, including a keynote speech by Ben Swann.

The Porcupine Freedom Festival, or PorcFest, is the premier event for the Free State Project, a project to create the world’s largest intentional community of freedom advocates in New Hampshire. The festival has long been a hotbed of cryptocurrency activity, with most vendors accepting it as payment over the years. The Dash masternodes have approved a budget proposal 711 Yes/51 No/7 Abstain to have Dash as the premier diamond-level sponsor of the event, including a keynote by Dash-sponsored journalist Ben Swann.

Dash’s strong foothold in New Hampshire


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March 07, 2018, 06:44:40 PM

Well well well, looks like our little mermaid troll is back :



Thank you for the free bump of our ANN thread ariel, we all appreciate it.
Maybe next time you can make more of an effort on your post though ?
You have it in you, i have faith in you !! 


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Well well well, looks like our little mermaid troll is back :



Thank you for the free bump of our ANN thread ariel, we all appreciate it.
Maybe next time you can make more of an effort on your post though ?
You have it in you, i have faith in you !!  



this is almost effort less since i cannot proceed with "new inquiries" because my old inquiries here remains unanswered...here buddy..

Poor Icey....so concerned about our on going development.  Sad!

...we do love you passion for oversight.  What you don't know is some of us have a bit of a "inside" on whats coming down the pipe....and bro, your not going to be happy.  And that is why the core and everyone else is keeping tight lipped.  By the time you find out the scope of what is being worked on...you'll be happy you hung on to your bags of DASH. Because we know you have them.  Wink  So good try in trying to spread FUD and attempts at trying to influence the price(pitiful as it may be).

We are on to you Icey.  If I were you...I'd be less worried about the future of DASH and more worried about helping your neighbours in NAPA fight some fires.  That would be far more Noble pursuit.


PS...how is that proven broken privacy going for ya in Trollero?  Cool

well I'm not surprised...from a guy here
DASH - Love at first sight user accounts[Looking Beyond the Hype]


you got some "inside" too during the DASH Masternodes - the perfect motive for the instamine event?


like this guy?

guess what folks!

DASH current CEO Ryan Taylor has a love at first sight account...

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DASH launch date January 18, 2014


cross post at DASH ANN thread:
we have this...starring..

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Xcoin/Darkcoin/DASH was launched January 18, 2014

based from the article http://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/news/ryan-taylor-takes-dash-ceo-founder-evan-duffield/

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Taylor has been a key contributor to Dash since mid-2014.

and look at Taylor05 posts https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=223053;sa=showPosts;start=240

Taylor05 indeed started posting with his love at first sight account in Darkcoin thread...July 13, 2014 = mid -2014  Grin

Ryan Taylor AKA Taylor05 is an Instaminer like Evan hahaha...  Grin

so there you go DASH turds out there...debunk this shit  Cool

let me add a picture here, for Christ sake ... nobody puts up a fight anymore here LOL  Grin


my .05 cents  Wink

maybe you guys have enough funds now to hire some good people to defend y'all...
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Poor mermaid troll, creating threads like "Dash - Love at first sight" that generally speaking just confuses the hell out of people and is most likely the least read or commented thread in the altcoin discussion section (last post from 6 months ago) and then wondering why old inquiries in there remain unanswerred... the reason is simple my dear mermaid troll : that thread did not manage to create and uphold any meaningfull discussion and has entered R.I.P. status some time ago. Sorry if you did not get the memo  Kiss

Now i still think you can do more then just copy and paste old posts, i feel there are new fresh creative original and interesting ideas for new reply's lurking inside you. You just have to reach deep inside yourself and find them......

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March 08, 2018, 05:38:19 AM

Poor mermaid troll, creating threads like "Dash - Love at first sight" that generally speaking just confuses the hell out of people and is most likely the least read or commented thread in the altcoin discussion section (last post from 6 months ago) and then wondering why old inquiries in there remain unanswerred... the reason is simple my dear mermaid troll : that thread did not manage to create and uphold any meaningfull discussion and has entered R.I.P. status some time ago. Sorry if you did not get the memo  Kiss

Now i still think you can do more then just copy and paste old posts, i feel there are new fresh creative original and interesting ideas for new reply's lurking inside you. You just have to reach deep inside yourself and find them......

Hahaha....damn we both have the same thread in my mind....i was thinking of updating that thread...i heard minotaur26 left?..

Now that dash is in billions, i assume you folks are not ashamed to give your "dash love at first sight story"...let the people hear your stories....haha c'mon don't be shy...you know who you are  Roll Eyes

You know why that thread is silent?...because you folks avoid it like plague haha..it only takes a few exchange of words and you are already pwned haha

Oh wait...did you debunked my previous post?....answer: NO!  Kiss
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Europol Sees Criminals Moving Towards More Private Coins



Let's take dark the dark side of this. It may force governements to impose strict reglations on private coins or even made them compleely illegal to respond to criminal issues. Law enforcement  is capable to shutdown all nodes at once.
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Electrum ver: 2.9.4 Released
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Electrum ver: 2.9.4 Released
https://electrum.dash.org

thanks for update Here's what I'm waiting for. Soon Dash will head to the top and will beat its competitors.  Grin

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The Narcissism of Small Differences


Cryptocurrencies currently have many audiences. The initial audience included folks (this author is a member) that envisioned a currency with the same world-changing potential as the internet and open source. As many cryptos rose in value, they quickly caught the eye of those looking for speculative appreciation of value, ideologies be damned. As the news cycle caught on, the mainstream audience started to pay attention. Their perception of cryptocurrencies are all over the place, but certainly most are taking a more tentative approach.

This added attention has also given the non-nerd crowd a peek behind the curtain unveiling the communities surrounding the cryptocurrencies. And it’s not a pretty picture. There is so much infighting, sniping, FUD, and of course trolling. So much trolling. Some banter manifests as real debate and voices of concern. A lot is steeped in ideology. Often discussions are truly passionate. But quite a bit has malicious intent, or is linked pure manipulative greed. And all of this is padded with heaps of inane trolling. Most of it is purely juvenile.

What so many people don’t understand is that we are really one community. But one community that has splintered into many factions. Factions that ultimately weaken the whole community.

Of the many communities, the granddaddy of them all is the Bitcoin community. The legendary disagreements in that community almost all surround the scaling debate(s) and to a lessor extent maybe anonymity. The debate is still ongoing and has resulted in relegating Bitcoin (for now) to being Gold 2.0 and spinning off a number of forks and making a lot more space for the many so-called “altcoins”.


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Wells Fargo’s Malfeasance Makes Case for Decentralized and Trustless Bank Alternative


Wells Fargo is being sued by a former employee who alleges that Wells Fargo deliberately choose to shut down the accounts of those whom complained of fraud rather than properly investigate claims “under the pretext of a ‘business decision'”.

Matthew Valles is the former employee bringing suit and also claims that he was wrongfully “fired in retaliation for his complaints about ‘hundreds’ of mishandled cases”. A bank is required by law to investigate customers’ claims of fraud, but Valles alleges that there was an  “internal culture whose ‘directive’ was to ‘meet Wells Fargo’s metrics at all costs'”. These actions left customers having to absorb the costs of fraud themselves rather than the bank.

This accusation adds to Wells Fargo’s previous misbehavior of opening accounts for customers without their permission. Wells Fargo had to pay $110 million USD in a class action lawsuit and $185 million USD to the federal and Californian governments. They were also recently punished by the Federal Reserve with sanctions that restrict their growth until Wells Fargo fixes their problems.


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