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February 20, 2020, 01:08:02 AM
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Great manipulators, will you hold $100 or not?
Or are you going to drive the price back to $34?
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February 20, 2020, 07:09:08 PM

11 Ways Dash Is Building The Most Complete Cryptocurrency Experience

In a recent interview with TruthRaiderHQ, Christopher (Tao) listed some reasons why Dash has the most complete cryptocurrency experience. After this interview, he realized that this would make a great stand-alone episode. So, here it is, the many ways that Dash is building the most complete cryptocurrency experience. Hope you find it informative.



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A lot of people who keep a small amount of DASH coins, less than 1000.
Give all coin holders a percentage like the master node and they will sell less. This is a stable income, it is better than losing on the stock exchange.
Let's say the coins did not move in the wallet for one month, 0.5% increased. I think many people will like this bonus  Cheesy
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February 20, 2020, 10:26:48 PM

A lot of people who keep a small amount of DASH coins, less than 1000.
Give all coin holders a percentage like the master node and they will sell less. This is a stable income, it is better than losing on the stock exchange.
Let's say the coins did not move in the wallet for one month, 0.5% increased. I think many people will like this bonus  Cheesy

True, it would be an interesting way to attract retail investors.

Imagine, for example, the Crownode platform that currently offers that service from a single Dash for a commission on rewards.

Now let's think that Dash does the same and the funds obtained by that "custody" go to the funds of the network itself to distribute them in other projects.

Wouldn't it be worth it?

For example Dash Core lives on budgets, but they could also obtain passive income by developing an application similar to Crownode ... or directly outsource Crownode or another company that offers that service.

In the desktop or mobile wallet itself, you could choose the staking option if you wish to leave those funds "frozen", and with the guarantee that the third party that manages it belongs to the Dash network itself.

Why give commissions to Kraken crownode or Coinbase ... when we can do it ... then whoever wants to use external services to do so, but make it a private choice.
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February 21, 2020, 03:29:13 PM

A lot of people who keep a small amount of DASH coins, less than 1000.
Give all coin holders a percentage like the master node and they will sell less. This is a stable income, it is better than losing on the stock exchange.

It doesn't work.

What happens in practice is that the entirety of the new supply ends up going straight to market because "staking" allows holders to have their cake and eat it. They get "free income" without losing any of their capital and that "income" simply end up eroding the value of the asset like a slow cancer over time. It also attracts other sell pressures such has taxation. Most goverments tax crypto-staking income at the value it had when received so it forces the holder to sell in realtime in order to avoid accumulating a rising tax liability.

Only 2 things work when it comes to supporting the price:

 • scarcity alone (achieved through highly competitive and expensive mining)
 • some on-chain service provision in high demand where the chain itself re-absorbs the staking rewards in exchange for those services (such as Ethereum, Tezos, and other POS smart-contract chains)

Providing holder with "rewards" for doing nothing but holding is a really no more than a ponzi and it's been demonstrated as useless when it comes to supporting the price because all that's happening is the existing capital base is being re-denominated in ever smaller slices. The Proof if Stake chain isn't actually creating any new value by creating new "coins". They don't come with their own scarcity attached as POW ones do. It's like taking a pile of sugar measured in Kilograms, then re-denominating in Pounds and saying you've now got 2.2 times the amount of sugar.

See what the market thinks of the idea...


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February 21, 2020, 05:20:14 PM
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A lot of people who keep a small amount of DASH coins, less than 1000.
Give all coin holders a percentage like the master node and they will sell less. This is a stable income, it is better than losing on the stock exchange.
Let's say the coins did not move in the wallet for one month, 0.5% increased. I think many people will like this bonus  Cheesy

True, it would be an interesting way to attract retail investors.

Imagine, for example, the Crownode platform that currently offers that service from a single Dash for a commission on rewards.

Now let's think that Dash does the same and the funds obtained by that "custody" go to the funds of the network itself to distribute them in other projects.

Wouldn't it be worth it?

For example Dash Core lives on budgets, but they could also obtain passive income by developing an application similar to Crownode ... or directly outsource Crownode or another company that offers that service.

In the desktop or mobile wallet itself, you could choose the staking option if you wish to leave those funds "frozen", and with the guarantee that the third party that manages it belongs to the Dash network itself.

Why give commissions to Kraken crownode or Coinbase ... when we can do it ... then whoever wants to use external services to do so, but make it a private choice.


You two are basically describing Ryan Taylor's 'Deterministic Holders List' (also known as Savings Accounts) option, which would be based on our already working Deterministic Masternodes List  : https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/consensus-mechanisms.49135/





It would be trustless and could possibly present an alternative to centralized staking on a third party site (like staking on an exchange).

Link : https://www.kraken.com/en-us/features/staking-coins

Downside is that it would require a minimum amount of Dash (100 Dash is mentioned), to keep the list manageable for the network. Which means not everyone could participate.  
And it would require a change in our block reward allocation.




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February 21, 2020, 05:46:53 PM

Dash is still in buying range. Seeing the underlying potential of this coin, there is not much risk involved in buying Dash at 100$.
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February 21, 2020, 05:49:20 PM

A lot of people who keep a small amount of DASH coins, less than 1000.
Give all coin holders a percentage like the master node and they will sell less. This is a stable income, it is better than losing on the stock exchange.
Let's say the coins did not move in the wallet for one month, 0.5% increased. I think many people will like this bonus  Cheesy

True, it would be an interesting way to attract retail investors.

Imagine, for example, the Crownode platform that currently offers that service from a single Dash for a commission on rewards.

Now let's think that Dash does the same and the funds obtained by that "custody" go to the funds of the network itself to distribute them in other projects.

Wouldn't it be worth it?

For example Dash Core lives on budgets, but they could also obtain passive income by developing an application similar to Crownode ... or directly outsource Crownode or another company that offers that service.

In the desktop or mobile wallet itself, you could choose the staking option if you wish to leave those funds "frozen", and with the guarantee that the third party that manages it belongs to the Dash network itself.

Why give commissions to Kraken crownode or Coinbase ... when we can do it ... then whoever wants to use external services to do so, but make it a private choice.


You two are basically describing Ryan Taylor's 'Deterministic Holders List' (also known as Savings Accounts) option, which would be based on our already working Deterministic Masternodes List  : https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/consensus-mechanisms.49135/





It would be trustless and could possibly present an alternative to centralized staking on a third party site (like staking on an exchange).
Downside is that it would require a minimum amount of Dash (100 Dash is mentioned), to keep the list manageable. Which means not everyone could participate.  
And it would require a change in our block reward allocation.





Good contribution qwizzie, I think we should tender something similar to that.

If, for example, the Dash Investment Foundation acquires an important market value and weight, the masternode share option would not be misleading.

I think that the current 1000 Dash staking ecosystem is not bad, but delegating to third parties and being able to deliver that profit to Dash Network is a shame.

 the discussion is served, and obviously it will be a bit complicated to move forward knowing that the master nodes are happy with their 7%, they will not vote anything that could jeopardize this, but they must think that in the long term it is better to get less, if the ecosystem gets bigger and better.
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February 21, 2020, 05:59:29 PM
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Just remember that in the longterm both masternodes and miners are scheduled to receive less of the blockrewards already, due to Dash
yearly -7,1% reduction of the blockrewards (next blockreward reduction is scheduled around 5 weeks from now).

https://stats.masternode.me/network-report/215512


The reason that above options are brought forward by Ryan Taylor, is because ChainLocks secures our network now to such a degree,
that these components of solutions became available for discussion and they will most likely end up coming (to a degree) at the expense of miners
(if these discussions finalize in network-polling proposals that is).
  

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February 21, 2020, 07:23:17 PM

I upgaraded my dash desktop wallet to 0.15 and now it's display is not good.
I'm using Linux version on llinux mint.

The wallet is too big for my 1080p screen and it's windows does not shrink.

if I expand it to se whole screen it's somewhat usable. But it's a complete waste of screen space.

The 0.14 was beautiful, this I did not like.

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February 21, 2020, 07:54:15 PM
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I upgaraded my dash desktop wallet to 0.15 and now it's display is not good.
I'm using Linux version on llinux mint.

The wallet is too big for my 1080p screen and it's windows does not shrink.

if I expand it to se whole screen it's somewhat usable. But it's a complete waste of screen space.

The 0.14 was beautiful, this I did not like.


With Windows we have the option to change High DPI options in the shortcut itself. Which effects how the .exe
behaves in high resolution. Any chance Linux Mint has such an option as well somewhere ?

I saw someone on Github describing the same problem as you are experiencing on the same OS (maybe it was you ?)

https://github.com/dashpay/dash/issues/3344

Hopefully one of the developers will respond to it.

Edit : i saw your thread on dash.org/forum, looks like strophy (member of Dash Dev Team) is aware of this issue.


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February 22, 2020, 10:01:08 AM

Dash Price Analysis (February 22)

DASHUSD is in a bullish trend zone market in its medium-term outlook. The bull's increased momentum pushed price up to $105.33 in the resistance area, above the EMA 50 as the market opens yesterday. The momentum was lost as exhaustion sets in as the bears return briefly.

https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/dash-price-analysis-february-22/

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February 22, 2020, 10:37:55 PM

Dash Core v0.15.0, Ethereum Name Service Trace, Coinbase & Uphold News and more! | CATV LIVE

The Dash Core Group releases the new version (0.15.0) that features a dark mode and super-fast syncing, users of Ethereum's name service can be tracked quite easily, Coinbase gets the green light for debit cards, and Uphold has been on fire lately. All that and more in this week's CATV LIVE.



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February 23, 2020, 01:36:44 AM

This week (2/22) at Dash Core Group! 🙌

👷‍ Released DashCore v0.15
🔬 Began beta testing on the redesigned #Dash Wallet for #Android
🔭 Added resource monitoring for #Evonet
🍳 Made significant progress in providing secure validation for state transitions for Evonet

https://blog.dash.org/product-update-february-22-2020-a2bb3b777528
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February 23, 2020, 06:13:20 PM

Hello from MasterNodeCap Team,

Dash wallet has been updated to the latest version (V0.15.0)

Masternodes Statistics
Check out our Masternodes statistics for DASH on https://masternodecap.com/coins/DASH

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February 23, 2020, 07:06:40 PM

I upgaraded my dash desktop wallet to 0.15 and now it's display is not good.
I'm using Linux version on llinux mint.

The wallet is too big for my 1080p screen and it's windows does not shrink.

if I expand it to se whole screen it's somewhat usable. But it's a complete waste of screen space.

The 0.14 was beautiful, this I did not like.


With Windows we have the option to change High DPI options in the shortcut itself. Which effects how the .exe
behaves in high resolution. Any chance Linux Mint has such an option as well somewhere ?

I saw someone on Github describing the same problem as you are experiencing on the same OS (maybe it was you ?)

https://github.com/dashpay/dash/issues/3344

Hopefully one of the developers will respond to it.

Edit : i saw your thread on dash.org/forum, looks like strophy (member of Dash Dev Team) is aware of this issue.



Thanks Qwizzie.

I'm not that person on github bt the problem is the same.

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February 24, 2020, 01:28:19 AM

Glenn Austin CFO Dash Core Group on BlockChainJam Podcast
(starts in Japanese - 1 min onwards in english)

http://blockchainjam.libsyn.com/glenn-austin-cfo-dash-core-group-dashcfo?tdest_id=1633409

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February 24, 2020, 11:49:13 AM

Basefex launched DASH perpetual contracts. Does anyone know if there are any other exchanges with DASH perpetuals? I'd like to try and compare
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February 26, 2020, 04:29:16 AM

dash now 130$ max 210$(300$)
we can drop 50-75$
You were right! Please tell me when to buy. I want to make up for my losses.
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