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Latest Dash news & information
Bitcoin’s shortcomings led to the development of the cryptocurrency Dash, but do Dash’s results live up to its lofty ambitions? Bitcoin entered the scene in 2009 and developed a sizable network effect in a realm of little competition. However, as the Bitcoin network grew and development standardized, improvements became difficult...
ShakePay is no longer issuing Bitcoin debit cards outside of the EU after Oct 15th – and any existing cards will be cancelled on that date (unless you have an EU address) – ShakePay seem to have an alternative plan in the pipeline, have to wait and see. Please contact...
While prices for Bitcoin and Ethereum have steadied in recent weeks, there have been notable moves in other large-cap cryptocurrencies as the market develops.
Startups have raised more than $1 billion from unregulated “initial coin offerings” this year, but the party won’t last forever.
Max Keiser is asking Dash to contribute $500,000 towards his forthcoming TV show “The Great American Pilgrimage.”
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The digital currency Dash will be holding it’s own dedicated conference in London on September 24. The event is organized by Keynote, the same company that put together the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami and the World Blockchain Forum, among several others.
Leading cryptocurrency Dash has partnered with BlockCypher, a leading Blockchain Web Services (BWS) provider, to launch a grant program for startups and established companies seeking blockchain-based solutions in enterprises and new markets.
Dash’s earliest innovation was the creation of a two-tier network. The first tier consists of miners and ordinary users, while the second tier is comprised of masternodes. These special nodes provide advanced services to the network.