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https://decrypt.co/33917/bitcoin-stolen-lightning-network-attack-warn-researchers

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the “attacker forces many victims at once to flood the blockchain with claims for their funds. He is then able to leverage the congestion that they create to steal any funds that
were not claimed before the deadline.”

Yep, Alpha software indeed.

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''We believe that in many ways the exploited vulnerabilities are inherent to the way [Lightning works], and thus the attack cannot be avoided completely without major
modifications,” they wrote.

Why am i not surprised ?

Lets also not forget Lightning Network's routing problem and small Lightning Network payments not being trustless of nature.

Link : https://medium.com/@peter_r/visualizing-htlcs-and-the-lightning-networks-dirty-little-secret-cb9b5773a0

Higher Bitcoin Fees --> Higher BTC Dust Threshold --> More small-size LN transactions loosing their trustless nature.  

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LocalCryptos Adding Dash and CryptoRefills Offering More Rewards

In a recent interview with Bradley Zastrow, three challenges facing digital currency were outlined. Two of them were acquiring and spending. With the recent news of Dash being added to LocalCryptos and CryptoRefills offering more rewards points when you buy with Dash, these challenges just became a little bit easier. Find out how on this episode of CATV.



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Ripple really has taken a hard hit with the price falling to $0.17 but I fail to see exactly right now why DASH has a brighter future over Ripple for short to mid term investors that want to invest and cash out when there is a positive blip in the price.

Compare to Ripple and Bitcoin Cash, I see a brighter future for DASH. Ripple is too centralized and latest activities of centralization force the price down more and more. I even see lower price for Ripple.

Bitcoin Cash, it is a pump and dump coin, there is no interesting technical things on it.

DASH, we have many things that are better than Ripple and Bitcoin Cash. A long journey to hit the -50% down from ATH, why not?

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Really? Could you expand in greater detail? I read your other posts and see there is a pattern of low-level posting throughout. I will not be reading any more.

Now payment systems are very popular among users, for this reason such projects can be very successful.

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Researchers Expose Flaw in Bitcoin Wallets That Could Be Exploited for Double-Spending
https://www.coindesk.com/researchers-expose-flaw-in-bitcoin-wallets-that-could-be-exploited-for-double-spending

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A standard way to transact bitcoin could be vulnerable to double-spending, new research has found. Blockchain sleuths at ZenGo, a wallet startup,
have found a vulnerability that affected at least three major crypto wallets – Ledger Live, Edge and Breadwallet (BRD) – and potentially more.

The bug, which the Tel Aviv-based firm calls BigSpender, allows a hacker to double-spend a user’s funds and possibly prevent them from ever using their wallet again.
It works by exploiting a flaw in Bitcoin’s replace-by-fee (RBF) function, a failsafe that enables users to swap an unconfirmed transaction with one that has a higher fee.

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And the uptick in the number of active masternodes continues : From 4776 (26th of June 2020) to 4913 (today)



Only 56 active masternodes to go, before a new ATH  Smiley
This is the Dash Masternodes model showing its full strength.
This is Dash consolidation at work.

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congratulations on the 23rd place you are moving in the right direction Shocked Grin

The loss of marketshare/ranking isn't due to any shortage of industrial growth, product development, exciting roadmap, masternode margin, commercial integrations or uniqueness or pedigree. Those are in plentiful supply. The reason is purely arithmetical (IMHO):

 • In BTC, (a notional) $100k of market demand liquidity has to cover the mining cost of the ENTIRE supply
 • In DASH, (a notional) $100k of market demand liquidity also has to cover the mining cost of the ENTIRE supply (regardless of reward ratio)

...and additionally the dumping of masternode rewards which its competitor's market liquidity does not. This "deadweight" overhead gets bigger the more the mining reward ratio is lowered.

Therefore: much less of Dash's market demand liquidity is available to support the price/cost of mining which remains unchanged from a lowered reward ratio alone. Ergo it loses market share since buyers continuously get more of the primary supply for their "buck" with 100% mining reward competitor coins.

Nothing fancy. Just



Also, the priorities expressed in this kind of perspective present a problem for Dash:

I and many others do not agree with ur assessment and I'm very certain will vote for the changes advocated for by dcg.

...because the case is being constructed, argued and addressed to masternode holders when it should be being addressed to the wider market from its point of view. It's non dash-holding, potential investors that will determine the future of this coin, not a tiny bunch of masternode holders (who will probably destroy it anyway if track record is anything to go by. They can afford to).

With that in mind, window-shopping Dash no-coiners are interested in one thing from a long-run economics point of view: paying the absolute minimum premium over mining cost for the privilege of acquisition. If we slap a whopping great 60% acquisition tax on their purchase, lets not expect to be rewarded with improved rankings.

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@toknormal. Are you thinking of reducing your exposure to dash if/when this vote to increase masternode reward goes through?
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Dicing with Dash

For the first time since I got into Darkcoin, or Dash as it is of course nowadays. I am doubting the project. I shall try to explain why.


https://afbitcoins.wordpress.com/2020/06/17/dicing-with-dash/

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@toknormal. Are you thinking of reducing your exposure to dash if/when this vote to increase masternode reward goes through

I won't have the choice. My exposure in "dollar terms" will automatically be reduced for me by the free market which will understand that 60% of its investment isn't an investment at all but an expense.

Anyone who understands double entry bookeeping will see that. Whatever "income" masternodes draw is pure margin that has to be passed on to the market - "disguised" as an investment when it's actually an expense. That component of Dash's price does not go towards making competitive mining more "competitive" in Dash's case. With Litecoin it does. With Bitcoin it does and even with Monero it does. For us to compete in that regard we'd need a much higher mining reward ratio.

It's like paying a miner $1000 to mine you some gold and then paying a cleaner another $1200 to polish it for you. Ok if the polished gold increased its value by 110% over the dirty gold, but if not.....the investor's gonna buy Litecoin and use a hand cloth of their own to shine it up.

Evan's original plan was that the "polisher" (Dash's service layer in this case) would add value to at least an extent that justified the premium charged to the market over the mining element and that should still be the idea long term. But meantime, while we're waiting for service demand to emerge and service provision to support it, lets give the investors what they want:

1. - more dash for the buck they pay to miners and get ourselves competitive again with the other BTC clones
2. - the prospect of "cherry on top" service layer that boosts the value of their investment

It only needs a tiny bit of sacrifice in priority 1 to fulfill priority 2 because if we reverse the current situation, the market will do the work of revaluing the coin upwards and that will give masternodes greater dollar valued rewards anyway. What we're doing right now is trying to stuff more gasoline in the engine when all it needs is more air to burn the fuel supply it already has. There was never a problem with demand for masternodes. Nor do we have a (competitive) problem on plain wallet ROI. Our competitors don't have it and still blow us out of the park on rankings.

We DO need to compete with them on mining reward however because that's the primary supply that's delivered to investors. Miners are just a proxy (if DCG's demographic claims are anything to go by). If we give those investors less of the supply (proportionaly) than other coins, we'll simply lose market share to other coins. If we make them pay for all the mining cost (by purchasing the miner reward) and then pay again to acquire the balance of the primary supply from masternodes - we'll lose market share again.

We need to restore competitivity for our miners instead of bleeding them dry to the extent that they can't even command a decent price anymore being so undermined by masternodes who can afford to give it away and still break even. Difficulty adjustments can save miners long term but they don't save investors because the capital losses end up on our doorsteps. That masternode income does nothing to boost the value of the coin at the moment (in relation to other mined coins) other than letting users download the blockchain a bit quicker. It's almost all margin and will therefore get eroded by the market - unfortunately at the expense of ALL investors, not just node holders.

For the first time since I got into Darkcoin, or Dash as it is of course nowadays. I am doubting the project. I shall try to explain why.

https://afbitcoins.wordpress.com/2020/06/17/dicing-with-dash/

Indeed !

Has it never occurred to people that @babygiraffe might not actually mind if the community takes its own course ? Just because he presented a proposal doesn't mean people need to follow it. He has a job to do which is to present a RECOMMENDATION for the community to debate around. His job isn't to direct the community, it's to direct DCG and serve the community which he's done admirably IMO. It's our job to direct ourselves and make sure that whatever we do works and receives proper cross examination.

The DCG proposal will not be successful unless it's presented with challenges, alternatives and stimulated wider debate. Even if it gets rejected, it will still have served its purpose and DCG will have done its job professionally. It's a grain of sand around which to grow a pearl.

Pictorially presented, the question is who to market to ? To whom should we appear more competitive ?

 • the people that bring capital into the Dash ecosystem or
 • the people that draw down that capital without replenishing it ?



By increasing the mining reward ratio, we're not giving more to miners, we're giving more to investors and thereby attracting marketcap share back from the competitors to whom we lost it. That will stabilise price, restart growth and deliver far higher dollar-valued rewards to masternodes.
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Some Dash Network stats

Dash Circulating Supply : 9,583,119 DASH
Dash Combined Collateral of Masternodes : 4,914 (number of masternodes) x 1000 dash (collateral) = 4,914,000 DASH
Percentage of Dash Circulating Supply backed by masternodes : 51,27%

New Generated Dash Supply versus First Spending : 4th of July 2020
Note : MRI below 100% indicates a hoarding mood, while MRI above 100% indicates a selling mood
MRI = Miners Rolling Inventory


Source : https://terminal.bytetree.com/dash (see on-chain)

The MRI of Dash 25th of June : 112,1 (5 weeks interval)

Link : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421615.msg54680391#msg54680391

Conclusion : Dash mood has turned from selling (112,1%) to hoarding (96,44%). Since MRI in Dash case on bytetree applies to both miners and masternodes, it is not exactly clear who is doing the hoarding.
I have my suspicions though, specially now that we are witnessing an increase in number of active masternodes who's operators don't necessarily need to cash out their masternode payments at such low prices.
Makes sense to me that at least some of them are doing the hoarding right now.

To compare Dash MRI with Bitcoin MRI :


Source : https://terminal.bytetree.com/bitcoin (see on-chain)

The MRI of Bitcoin 25th of June : 99,35% (5 weeks interval)

Link : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421615.msg54680391#msg54680391

Conclusion : Bitcoin miners hoarding mood has changed from 99,35% to 97,09%. Bitcoin hoarding mood got stronger.

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BTC Lightning Exploit?, LocalCryptos Adds Dash, Discord Scammer Doxxed...and more! | CATV LIVE

It seems as though the Bitcoin Lightning network's security is not yet up to snuff, with an exploit discovered that could lead to loss of user's funds. LocalCryptos adds Dash, and offers a ringing endorsement of its technology. A prolific Discord scammer posing as a good guy gets doxxed by some meticulous investigators. All this and much more on this Independence Day episode of CATV.



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Congratulations on the 24th place. So you can congratulate every day Grin
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So strange that a certain troll who is on everyone's ignore-list, just keeps posting here.
Does it not know it is being ignored, or does it not know it is a troll ?



Here is something for Russian troll Dahaa to think about :



I am thinking that blue fellow, because it looks so cute. But Dahaa is not really all that cute in his posts  Undecided
I wonder what happened with his Russian twin brother Alexey45, they used to be so close in this forum.

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July 04, 2020, 08:18:09 PM

Better to be a troll than to sit and praise scammers for 3 cents!   Grin
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July 04, 2020, 10:12:25 PM

Better to be a troll than to sit and praise scammers for 3 cents!   Grin

So I'm guessing you prefer Monero?
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Last edit: July 05, 2020, 09:40:08 AM by qwizzie

Transactions count between Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Dash :


Source : https://coinmetrics.io/charts/#assets=dash,bch,ltc_roll=14_left=TxCnt_zoom=1569844800000,1601812800000

Bitcoin Cash transactions count is dropping like a brick since May-June this year. I am a bit surprised to see that. I guess Bitcoin Cash users moved to Ethereum or something,
as i am not seeing a sizable increase in Dash or Litecoin transactions count.

This is Bitcoin versus Ethereum transactions count, which are on a totally different scale and where Ethereum is dominating with regards to transactions count :


Source : https://coinmetrics.io/charts/#assets=btc,eth_roll=14_left=TxCnt_zoom=1569844800000,1601812800000

Ethereum increase in transactions count is largely due to the stablecoin tether transactions taking place on Ethereum network these days. Their network must be pretty
taxed out by now. I wonder if Ethereum will find itself in the same situation as in 2017 (network congestion, high gas fees). Only this time not thanks to an dapp
like CryptoKitties, but thanks to tether transactions overwhelming their network ?

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