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[US][WTS]MD+, ER4XR, HD6xx, Schiit Heresy/Modi 3

My late spring cleaning
Apparently, my OG Tin Audio T2s sound better to me than anything else so I'm selling some gears from the past to fund my Tin Audio T2 upgrade.
Item Description Contains Picture Price Status
Mass Drop Plus (MD+) IEM In almost perfect condition, bought secondhand. My go-to until I got the ER4XR. No visible cosmetic defects or scratches. Forgot what cable it comes with, but I recall paying $34 for it on aliexpress. Comes with original set of tips (as shown in picture), original packaging (box has rip near top) https://imgur.com/a/xDkgHGn $150 $135 Available
Sennheiser HD6xx Tried it for 2 weeks and realized I much prefer IEMs. Comes close to perfect condition. Bought secondhand Dekoni Fenestrated Sheepskin pads, original pads, original cable, 3.5-5.5mm adapter, original boxes(6xx boxes has some tears near the top and back) https://imgur.com/a/1kbDb1o $180 Sold
Etymotic ER4XR IEM Second favorite until I rekindled my love for the T2s. Amazing sound and isolation to the point I didn't have to pretend to not hear my co-workers while wearing these. They quickly realized I couldn't hear shit outside of Adele's sweet, sweet voice. Original packaging, original accessories, original stock cables. https://imgur.com/a/z0YS0JR $180 Traded
Schiit Modi 3 DAC (black) Pretty slick in black. Bought new alongside the Heresy from the Schiit store. Don't feel a need for it anymore since I'm looking to purchase a DAP and am selling my only headset. DAC, RCA Cable, (bought on Amazon) original USB-C connector ~~https://imgur.com/a/AsPpyAq $90~~ Sold
Schiit Heresy Amp see above AMP, Original US power source same as Modi 3 $85 Sold
Lune Series MKVI mmcx Cable Love the cable and came with the ER4XR secondhand. A little heavier than I liked, but I guess that's the price for premium. Glued on the clip since it kept slipping off. Let me know if you would like it removed prior to ship. Here's the link for the item: https://www.null-audio.com/products/lune-series-mkiii-premium-upgrade-cable-for-earphones Cable https://imgur.com/a/Fk1PiZt $35 Traded
Mystery IEM... ~~Forgot what these are (received from a friend) but I recall they were like $300 on Amazon. All I remember is that it's v-shaped. The left earphone is damaged but still sounds perfect. It also has a habit of disconnecting with the 2-pin cable, so honestly not recommending this pair for someone's endgame. ~~ earphones, my original T2 cables https://imgur.com/a/qn67ilx OBO Traded
Happy to also take recommendations (with promise of gold if I select your recommendation). So far, my choices are:
EDIT: only item up for grabs is MD+. Price dropped to $135.
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HODL Digibyte or Get To 1 BTC first?

I haven’t achieved one Bitcoin yet but when I saw Bitcoin start to go up to 9k I sold my Digibyte and put into Bitcoin. I panicked because Bitcoin was rising and I didn’t see the Alts including Digibyte do much movement. I did get some gains because Bitcoin went up. In your opinion which is more important getting more and more satoshi or accumulating more Digibyte?
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Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20191111(Market index 40 — Fear state)

Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20191111(Market index 40 — Fear state)

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Argentina Sets New Trading Record After Central Bank Bans Bitcoin BuysBitcoin (BTC) trading set new records in two of its most keenly watched South American markets last week, new data has revealed.As monitoring resource Coin Dance confirmed on Nov. 10, the seven days ending Saturday (Nov 9) saw more trading against BTC than ever before in both Venezuela and Argentina.In total, Venezuela traded 142.9 billion sovereign bolivars (VES) last week, while Argentina managed 19.4 million pesos (ARS). Both are firm records over previous levels.
Bitcoin Called “First Successful Application Of Blockchain” By State-Run Chinese NewspaperChinese state news agency Xinhua has published a front-page article entitled “Bitcoin: The First Successful Application of Blockchain Technology,” according to Sino Global Capital CEO Matthew Graham.The lengthy article explains the main peculiarities of Bitcoin, an open-source P2P cryptocurrency, describing how BTC transactions and mining work. It also mentions that the price of the top cryptocurrency tends to fluctuate a lot, and it’s difficult to ensure its stability.
Canada’s First Legally-Delivered USD Stablecoin Launched By Blockchain Venture CapitalThe Blockchain Venture Capital Inc. (BVCI) has launched CUSD — the first legally delivered USD-stablecoin in Canada.The cryptocurrency is supplemented by a mobile wallet called Bvc Pay which is used to store, exchange, and trade CUSD over-the-counter (OTC).The same company also developed the world’s first stablecoin pegged to the value of the Canadian dollar (CAD) — first launched on Canada Day back on July 1, 2019.
Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Sees Biggest 2019 Drop As Hash Rate SpikesBitcoin (BTC) mining difficulty adjusted downwards more than at any time since its 2018 price low on Nov. 8, data shows.As noted by entrepreneur and cryptocurrency commentator Alistair Milne on Monday (Nov 11), difficulty fell by around 7% after the network’s latest readjustment.

After a major decline, bitcoin found support near the $8,670 level against the US Dollar. A new monthly low was formed near $8,674 before the price started an upside correction.
The price recovered above the $8,800 and $8,900 levels. Moreover, there was a break above the $9,000 resistance area and the 100 hourly simple moving average. The bulls were able to gain strength, but they faced a strong selling interest near the $9,150 and $9,160 levels.
A high was formed near $9,146 and the price is currently retreating from the high. It broke the $9,000 support area and the 100 hourly SMA. Additionally, there was a break below the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the recent wave from the $8,674 low to $9,146 high.
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Encrypted project calendar(November 11, 2019)

PAX/Paxos Standard: Paxos Standard (PAX) 2019 Singapore Financial Technology Festival will be held from November 11th to 15th, and Paxos Standard will attend the conference.Crypto.com Coin (CRO): and 3 others 11 November 2019 Capital Warm-up Party Capital Warm-up Party in Singapore.GoldCoin (GLC): 11 November 2019 Reverse Bitcoin Hardfork The GoldCoin (GLC) Team will be “Reverse Hard Forking” the Bitcoin (BTC) Blockchain…”Horizen (ZEN): 11 November 2019 (or earlier) Horizen Giveaway — Nodes Horizen Giveaway — Win Free Node Hosting! Entries before November 11th.SINOVATE (SIN): 11 November 2019 Roadmap V3 SINOVATE (SIN) Roadmap V3 will be released with new upcoming technologies and proof of concepts!0x (ZRX): 11 November 2019 0x V3 Vote Ends “The voting period will end on November 11. Learn more about all the exciting features included in v3 below.”Akropolis (AKRO): and 4 others 11 November 2019 Kucoin Blockchain Day “KuCoin Blockchain Day Berlin 2019” from 5 PM — 9:15 PM (CET) in Berlin.

Encrypted project calendar(November 12, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The CoinMarketCap Global Conference will be held at the Victoria Theatre in Singapore from November 12th to 13thBinance Coin (BNB) and 7 others: 12 November 2019 CMC Global Conference “The first-ever CoinMarketCap large-scale event: A one-of-a-kind blockchain / crypto experience like you’ve never experienced before.”Aion (AION) and 17 others: 12 November 2019 The Capital The Capital conference from November 12–13 in Singapore.Loom Network (LOOM): 12 November 2019 Transfer Gateway Update “If you have a dapp that relies on the Transfer Gateway, follow the instructions below to make sure you’re prepared.”Kava (KAVA): 12 November 2019 Updated Mainnet Launch “Our updated mainnet launch will be on Tuesday November 12th at 14:00 UTC.”Crypto.com Coin (CRO): 12 November 2019 Telegram AMA Live AMA with CRO COO and Kucoin’s Global Community Manager on KuCoin’s official English Telegram channel at 16:00 (UTC+8).Chainlink (LINK): and 1 other 12 November 2019 NYC Meetup “Ontology + Future of Blockchain in China Meetup Presented by Chainlink” in NYC from 6:30 PM — 8:30 PM.

Encrypted project calendar(November 13, 2019)

Fetch.ai (FET): 13 November 2019 Cambridge Meetup “Join us for a@Fetch_ai #Cambridge #meetup on 13 November @pantonarms1.”Binance Coin (BNB) and 5 others: 13 November 2019 Blockchain Expo N.A. “It will bring together key industries from across the globe for two days of top-level content and discussion across 5 co-located events…”OKB (OKB): 13 November 2019 Dnipro, Ukraine- Talks Join us in Dnipro as we journey through Ukraine for our OKEx Cryptour on 11 Nov.Centrality (CENNZ): 13 November 2019 AMA Meetup “Ask our CEO@aaronmcdnz anything in person! Join the AMA meetup on 13 November in Singapore.”OKB (OKB): 13 November 2019 OKEx Cryptotour Dnipro “OKEx Cryptour Ukraine 2019 — Dnipro” in Dnipro from 6–9 PM (EET).Vexanium (VEX): 13 November 2019 Dapps Incentive Program Vexanium will give an incentive for every Dapps that is submitted during this program period.Egretia (EGT): 13 November 2019 Post Consensus Invest “2019 NYC Blockchain Gaming & DeFi Party | Post Consensus Invest” in NYC from 7–9 PM.Holo (HOT): 13 November 2019 AMA “Submit your questions before the #AMA on Nov 13th @ 5PM — 5:45PM UTC”

Encrypted project calendar(November 14, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2019 BlockShow Asia Summit will be held at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from November 14th to 15th.Binance Coin (BNB): and 4 others 14 November 2019 BlockShow Asia 2019 BlockShow Asia 2019 at Marina Bay Sands Expo, Singapore from November 14–15.Basic Attention Token (BAT): 14 November 2019 London Privacy Meetup “If you’re in London on Nov. 14th, don’t miss our privacy meetup! The Brave research team, our CPO @johnnyryan, as well as @UoE_EFIHorizen (ZEN): 14 November 2019 Weekly Insider Team updates at 3:30 PM UTC/ 11:30 AM EDT: Engineering, Node network, Product/UX, Helpdesk, Legal, BD, Marketing, CEO Closing thoughts, AMA.IOTA (MIOTA): 14 November 2019 Berlin Meetup From Construction to Smart City: IOTA, Maschinenraum & Thinkt Digital will explain, using concrete use cases, how to gain real value from..Dash (DASH): 14 November 2019 Q3 Summary Call “Dash Core Group Q3 2019 Summary Call — Thursday, 14 November 2019”NEO (NEO): 14 November 2019 NeoFest Singapore Meetup “Glad to have@Nicholas_Merten from DataDash as our host for #NeoFest Singapore meetup on 14th Nov!”ANON (ANON): 14 November 2019 ANONIO Wallet Upgrade In conjunction with the Echelon Update, the ANONIO wallet will also be receiving an upgrade!

Encrypted project calendar(November 15, 2019)

TRON (TRX): 15 November 2019 Cross-chain Project “The #TRON cross-chain project will be available on Nov. 15th”Bluzelle (BLZ): 15 November 2019 (or earlier) CURIE Release CURIE release expected by early November 2019.Zebi (ZCO): 15 November 2019 ZEBI Token Swap Ends “… We will give 90 days to all the ERC 20 token holders to swap out their tokens into Zebi coins.”OKB (OKB): 15 November 2019 OKEx Talks — Vilnius “Join us for a meetup on 15 Nov (Fri) for our 1st ever Talks in Vilnius, Lithuania.”Zenon (ZNN): 15 November 2019 Awareness Fund Payout “Distribution of the fund takes place every Friday until Pillars Lock-in Phase is completed.”

Encrypted project calendar(November 16, 2019)

Bancor (BNT): and 2 others 16 November 2019 Crypto DeFiance-Singapore “Crypto DeFiance is a new global DeFi event embracing established innovators, financial market disruptors, DApp developers…”NEM (XEM): 16 November 2019 Developer’s Event “BLOCKCHAIN: Creation of Multifirma services” from 10:50 AM — 2 PM.

Encrypted project calendar(November 17, 2019)

OKB (OKB): 17 November 2019 OKEx Talks — Lagos Join us on 17 Nov for another OKEx Talks, discussing the “Life of a Crypto Trader”.

Encrypted project calendar(November 18, 2019)

Maker (MKR): 18 November 2019 MCD Launch “BIG changes to terminology are coming with the launch of MCD on Nov. 18th Say hello to Vaults, Dai, and Sai.”

Encrypted project calendar(November 19, 2019)

Lisk (LSK): 19 November 2019 Lisk.js “We are excited to announce liskjs2019 will take place on November 19th. This all day blockchain event will include…”Aion (AION): 19 November 2019 Hard Fork “Leading up to the hard fork on November 19th-20th, 2019 the Unity — Aion Kernel will be upgraded by node operators.”

Encrypted project calendar(November 20, 2019)

OKB (OKB): 20 November 2019 OKEx Cryptour Odessa Ukr “Join us in Odessa as we journey through Ukraine for our OKEx Cryptour!DAPS Token (DAPS): 20 November 2019 Partnership with SWFT “Everyone will have $DAPS mobile wallets, atomic swaps and much more starting on the 20th of November!”

Encrypted project calendar(November 21, 2019)

Cardano (ADA): and 2 others 21 November 2019 Meetup Netherlands (AMS) “This meetup is all about how to decentralize a blockchain, the problems and differences between Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake…”Cappasity (CAPP): 21 November 2019 Virtuality Paris 2019 “Cappasity to demonstrate its solution for the interactive shopping experience at Virtuality Paris 2019.”Horizen (ZEN): 21 November 2019 Weekly Insider Team updates at 3:30 PM UTC/ 11:30 AM EDT: Engineering, Node network, Product/UX, Helpdesk, Legal, BD, Marketing, CEO Closing thoughts, AMA.OKB (OKB): 21 November 2019 OKEx Talks — Johannesburg “Join us the largest city of South Africa — Johannesburg where we will host our OKEx Talks on the 21st Nov.”IOST (IOST): 22 November 2019 Singapore Workshop Join the Institute of Blockchain for their 2nd IOST technical workshop in Singapore on 22 Nov 2019. The workshop includes IOST’s key tech.OKB (OKB): 22 November 2019 St. Petersberg Talks “Join us in St. Petersberg on 22 Nov as we answer your questions on Crypto Security. “

Encrypted project calendar(November 22, 2019)

IOST (IOST): 22 November 2019 Singapore Workshop Join the Institute of Blockchain for their 2nd IOST technical workshop in Singapore on 22 Nov 2019. The workshop includes IOST’s key techOKB (OKB): 22 November 2019 St. Petersberg Talks “Join us in St. Petersberg on 22 Nov as we answer your questions on Crypto Security. “

Encrypted project calendar(November 27, 2019)

OKB (OKB): 27 November 2019 OKEx Cryptour Vinnytsia “Join us in Vinnytsia as we journey through Ukraine for our OKEx Cryptour!”Fetch.ai (FET): 27 November 2019 London Meetup “Join us on 27 November @primalbasehq to hear an exciting progress report as we prepare for the launch of our #mainnet”

Encrypted project calendar(November 28, 2019)

Horizen (ZEN): 28 November 2019 Weekly Insider Team updates at 3:30 PM UTC/ 11:30 AM EDT: Engineering, Node network, Product/UX, Helpdesk, Legal, BD, Marketing, CEO Closing thoughts, AMA.

Encrypted project calendar(November 30, 2019)

Ethos (ETHOS): 30 November 2019 (or earlier) Rebranding “In November, we unveil the broker token, a dynamic utility token to power our commission-free crypto trading and broker platform, Voyager.”Digitex Futures (DGTX): 30 November 2019 Public Testnet Launch “…We can expect to see the world’s first zero-commission futures trading platform live on the Ethereum public testnet from 30th November.”Monero (XMR): 30 November 2019 Protocol Upgrade “Preliminary information thread regarding the scheduled protocol upgrade of November 30.”Chiliz (CHZ): 30 November 2019 (or earlier) Fiat to CHZ Exchanges “We will add another two fiat to $CHZ exchanges in November…”Skrumble Network (SKM): 30 November 2019 (or earlier) P2P & Group Calling “P2P & Group Video Calling,” during November 2019.Aergo (AERGO): 30 November 2019 (or earlier) Mainnet 2.0 Upgrade Mainnet 2.0 Protocol update by end of November.Akropolis (AKRO): 30 November 2019 (or earlier) Beta Release “All functionality has been deployed to mainnet.”Nash Exchange (NEX): 30 November 2019 (or earlier) Mobile Strategy Phase 2 “Phase 2 of our mobile strategy will be live soon with our wallet and portfolio app hitting stores in November!”

Encrypted project calendar(November 31, 2019)

Wanchain (WAN): 31 December 2019 (or earlier) Wanchain 4.0 Release Wanchain 4.0, which introduces private chains integration and multi-coin wallet, released in Dec 2019.QuarkChain (QKC): 31 December 2019 (or earlier) Token Testnet Release Testnet for Multi-Native-Token and New Consensuses.

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Atomic Wallet "Buy Litecoin (LTC) in a few minutes"

Atomic Wallet
Hello friends, in today's article we will introduce a multi-wallet. Think of a wallet, with lots of coins and tokens, so you can buy with a credit or debit card and exchange coins at the same time. What else can one expect from a wallet ...
In fact, if ETH had been integrated with the DAPs running on the Tron platform, it wouldn't be eaten anyway, so let's just say it's nice. And we have good news for you.
Atomic Wallet Exchange System
The Atomic Wallet is a very hard-working team with a recent update that allows the exchange of crypto money directly from its wallet. Atomic Wallet, which uses cryptocurrency exchange systems such as Changelly, ShapeShift, ChangeNow, is programmed to use the other system if one system is interrupted.

This wallet gives us a minimum of 50 AWC tokens as part of the airdrop. We will talk about that with a little patience. The wallet's name is ATOMIC WALLET. Let's break down the atoms a little bit.


And now LiteCoin LTC on Atomic Wallet
What is Litecoin wallet?
You need to use a program to manage your Litecoins, it will keep your private keys and provide additional functions such as sending, receiving, exchanging, and more. With these programs, you’re able to manage and control your funds.
Signs of a good Litecoin Wallet
1. Security. Wallet security means the way your Litecoins and other cryptos are protected from frauds and hacking, how you manage private keys and what security technologies a particular wallet supports.
2. Accessibility. This feature implies simplicity in use and the ability to withdraw your funds from the wallet. A friendly user interface is a vital point for new users. When choosing a litecoin wallet, pay attention to its interface and the amounts you are able to operate with.
3. Functionality. If you want to choose a good LTC wallet, check it for additional services support, such as an ability to exchange cryptocurrency or buy crypto with a bank-card/paypal, etc.) In some wallets, like Atomic or Exodus, it’s possible to exchange Litecoin right in the application without visiting third party websites. Cryptocurrency will be transferred directly on your address after the exchange.
4. Customer Support. This is a vitally important to receive a fast reply on users concerns and help with troubleshooting. Good customer care is a sign of a good product. How fast will the support team help you, if you have any trouble? The Crypto market is too volatile to wait days/weeks till someone will the issue. It is a good practice to reply within 24 hours.


Buy Litecoin with Credit Card
There are many ways to buy Litecoin (exchanges, hot wallets), but one of the most secure ways to buy LTC is to use Atomic Wallet. With Atomic, you can easily purchase LTC, BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH and hold 300+ coins and tokens in one place where only you control your funds. Hold them and manage with a comfortable interface.
You can buy Litecoin with VISA/MasterCard right in the interface of Atomic Wallet and convert your USD or EUR to LTC.
Even if you have a JPY, CAD or any other currency card, those currencies are automatically converted to either EUR or USD, depending on your choice. It’s quite easy to use and doesn’t require specific tech skills.
Buy Litecoin in a secure way
Install Atomic Wallet
Download the app. Atomic is a free and secure place to manage Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, and more than 300+ assets.
Verify your Identity
Verification is required to prevent identity theft or fraud. Photo ID is required to make sure it’s really you.
Get Litecoin
Start with $50 and up to $20,000 daily. Receive crypto on your wallet. Credit/Debit cards accepted. Get Wallet
ConclusionThe project team is building a new version of the Atomic Wallet every day. For now, this wallet, which supports nearly 100 cryptocurrencies, improves the wallet by adding new crypto coins to the wallet.
https://youtu.be/ANVwv89vR5E
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homoeliteus
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Atomic Wallet "Buy Litecoin (LTC) in a few minutes"

Atomic Wallet
Hello friends, in today's article we will introduce a multi-wallet. Think of a wallet, with lots of coins and tokens, so you can buy with a credit or debit card and exchange coins at the same time. What else can one expect from a wallet ...
In fact, if ETH had been integrated with the DAPs running on the Tron platform, it wouldn't be eaten anyway, so let's just say it's nice. And we have good news for you.
This wallet gives us a minimum of 50 AWC tokens as part of the airdrop. We will talk about that with a little patience. The wallet's name is ATOMIC WALLET. Let's break down the atoms a little bit.

Atomic Wallet Exchange System
The Atomic Wallet is a very hard-working team with a recent update that allows the exchange of crypto money directly from its wallet. Atomic Wallet, which uses cryptocurrency exchange systems such as Changelly, ShapeShift, ChangeNow, is programmed to use the other system if one system is interrupted.

https://preview.redd.it/nl46i0o3ck531.jpg?width=800&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=8a4b46fdff58d52bf42041f9a0ddfa855fe0ad67

And now LiteCoin LTC on Atomic Wallet

What is Litecoin wallet?

You need to use a program to manage your Litecoins, it will keep your private keys and provide additional functions such as sending, receiving, exchanging, and more. With these programs, you’re able to manage and control your funds.
Signs of a good Litecoin Wallet
1. Security. Wallet security means the way your Litecoins and other cryptos are protected from frauds and hacking, how you manage private keys and what security technologies a particular wallet supports.
2. Accessibility. This feature implies simplicity in use and the ability to withdraw your funds from the wallet. A friendly user interface is a vital point for new users. When choosing a litecoin wallet, pay attention to its interface and the amounts you are able to operate with.
3. Functionality. If you want to choose a good LTC wallet, check it for additional services support, such as an ability to exchange cryptocurrency or buy crypto with a bank-card/paypal, etc.) In some wallets, like Atomic or Exodus, it’s possible to exchange Litecoin right in the application without visiting third party websites. Cryptocurrency will be transferred directly on your address after the exchange.
4. Customer Support. This is a vitally important to receive a fast reply on users concerns and help with troubleshooting. Good customer care is a sign of a good product. How fast will the support team help you, if you have any trouble? The Crypto market is too volatile to wait days/weeks till someone will the issue. It is a good practice to reply within 24 hours.


https://preview.redd.it/rsggect6ck531.png?width=800&format=png&auto=webp&s=bf482f4dc89c83309116643822e370ff5ed0a7be

Buy Litecoin with Credit Card

There are many ways to buy Litecoin (exchanges, hot wallets), but one of the most secure ways to buy LTC is to use Atomic Wallet. With Atomic, you can easily purchase LTC, BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH and hold 300+ coins and tokens in one place where only you control your funds. Hold them and manage with a comfortable interface.
You can buy Litecoin with VISA/MasterCard right in the interface of Atomic Wallet and convert your USD or EUR to LTC.
Even if you have a JPY, CAD or any other currency card, those currencies are automatically converted to either EUR or USD, depending on your choice. It’s quite easy to use and doesn’t require specific tech skills.
Buy Litecoin in a secure way

https://preview.redd.it/khmx75v8ck531.png?width=1701&format=png&auto=webp&s=785ae44a50665091292dd2ad6879244c354acc5a

Install Atomic Wallet

Download the app. Atomic is a free and secure place to manage Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, and more than 300+ assets.

Verify your Identity

Verification is required to prevent identity theft or fraud. Photo ID is required to make sure it’s really you.

Get Litecoin

Start with $50 and up to $20,000 daily. Receive crypto on your wallet. Credit/Debit cards accepted. Get Wallet
ConclusionThe project team is building a new version of the Atomic Wallet every day. For now, this wallet, which supports nearly 100 cryptocurrencies, improves the wallet by adding new crypto coins to the wallet.

https://youtu.be/ANVwv89vR5E

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BACARAN
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This is just the beginning!

Firstly, we are here for the long run and you won't see any lambo, or buy signals from the core team. We intend to be compliant with all upcoming rules and regulations on crypto and securities. In fact, we see the foundation as a software company. We build and maintain the software which is used to run the decentralised blockchain and all its features. The foundation sells nothing, and has nothing to do with the exchange activities.
As i mentioned, the Foundation is not driven by the price on the exchanges, but building great software to encourage the adoption of decentralised blockchain technology. Our approach is more than many platform coins in so much as we aren’t looking for projects to land on our chain, fire up a token an generate business for themselves..... what we are doing is using the value transfer (bitcoin) capabilities of the blockchain to drive very broad (horizontal) adoption in both commercial and private use. This is what the POMA programme is about.
As we grow the basic adoption of an easy to use technology with the desktop and soon to arrive mobile wallets, we then have a community of platform users who can start to use the blockchain for other things. These things will use daps, smart contracts and other technologies to provide richer and more disruptive (vertical) solutions.
Why are we taking this approach ?
Speed, pace and relevance. What we observed is a lot of great platform blockchains growing, which then host projects which seem to be expected to bring their own user base. The projects don't seem to connect with the users of the blockchains...... which confuses us. A blockchain is not like a cloud computing platform, its a community that chose to use a decentralised value transfer platform which can deliver decentralised applications (relevant to their worlds)
What is holding us back ?
This is a personal view, and not the official line. At the moment, we need to regroup and focus on features and growth. We (the core team) need to consider the bigger picture with a complete economic model of growth and adoption and get building. We do have full time developers in the team, and POMA has been in development for a long time, so the challenge is keeping this relevant and establishing the campaigns.
Are there any blockers. Right now, i don't think so. Look how far we've come since we started in September. I think the single biggest issue is an industry one, and its the arrival of likely regulation. We take the recent SEC rulings very seriously, and so do the exchanges that make an important part of the eco-system. This means the community needs to behave in an exemplary manner for us to get listed. The exchanges we have applied to are watching, and completing their due diligence and decisions based on our innovation/projects, our likely growth, the health of our coin (stable and non-pumped) and quality/participation of the community in achieving our stated goal of mass adoption of blockchain.
What are the primary risks ? personally: 1. We support good regulation, but not regulation that hampers decentralised blockchain. 2. Dominance of bitcoin and its politics. For me, this casts a shadow across our industry. Bitcoin has no roadmap, no strategy and no architectural consensus. I mean, they still haven't truly deployed satoshi's original white paper. The constant infighting and technical politics is destroying value, destroying the environment and making fools of us. As an alt-coin, the impact of bitcoin is that it destabilises the adoption of alternative and better technologies, whilst people look for free money and move in/out of it. 3. Time and workload. You will see a lot from this team, more than its size suggests. We have and use an extensive network of friends and dev teams, but whatever we do you guys will want it last week, and if we slip by a few days we know you will be upset. But, this is software development and we are a software delivery team. It is what it is, and it takes as long as it takes. Quality is everything!
Finally, and everyone asks this. The devs are a team. We are going nowhere except here. Yes its been a bumpy ride, but we've stuck it out and are pleased to have develop a reputation for honesty, transparency and persistence. We like this community, we like the arguments, we like the trolls and we like learning together.
Yes we do help our friends in other projects, but they have helped us. Its the way it all works. 2018 will be an interesting year for blockchain, we can do some cool stuff, and make decentralisation start to happen like we promised. Lets have some fun and change things.
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My Time as a Scumbag NBOMe Dealer: Part 1

You know those pieces of shit that sell research chemicals like 25i-NBOMe as LSD? The douchebags that put people’s lives in jeopardy simply to make some extra profit? Once upon a time, I was one of those people. It’s a period of my life that I look back on with a potent mixture of nostalgia and regret. I fucked over a lot of people. I made a lot of money and flimsy excuses to justify fucking over people. I’m not writing this story to brag or glamorize the shitty things I did during that time of my life; I just think the story makes for an interesting read. I hope you guys do too.
My first experience with 25i came when I, much like my future customers, bought some under the impression that it was LSD. My best friend Jack and I were unaware of those old saying: “If it’s bitter, it’s a spitter.” And assumed that the tongue-numbingly bitter taste of our tabs was a sign that they were super potent and soaked with LSD. Our trip never went south or became uncomfortable, but both of us noted how it felt different, almost “dirtier” than previous trips we’d had on legitimate LSD. The experience had me curious, and after a bit of research, I realized we had both been duped and that what we had taken wasn’t acid at all. I stopped picking up from the dealer that sold it to us and didn’t think much of it for a few months.
At this point in my life I was in my early 20’s, had dropped out of college, and was starting to get really into MDMA and psychedelics. Drugs were becoming an obsession, and I was always reading trip reports and people’s experiences with different substances I’d yet to try. Eventually all my “research” led me to checking out the darknet, out of morbid curiosity. While checking out the psychedelic listings on a particular market (that’s since been busted), I noticed one vendor with 25i-NBOMe blotters for sale. It piqued my interest, since he had hundreds of satisfied customers in his feedback section that were buying hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of hits from him at a time. “Why the fuck would you bother with buying 25i from the darknet when you could get some of the cleanest LSD in the world from the exact same place?” I thought to myself.
I started converting the vendor’s prices in bitcoin to actual US dollars and couldn’t believe my eyes. This dude was selling sheets (or 100 hits) of 25i for $40 a pop! I suddenly found myself faced with an opportunity to make some very easy money. I wish I could say that I spent days on end debating the morality of what I was about to do, but that would be lying. I decided I’d order a sheet and put it out there to my circle of “drug friends” and see if they liked it, and more importantly, if they were informed enough to know it wasn’t the real deal.
Five business days later my envelope full of fake acid arrived without a hitch. I was admittedly nervous about my first darknet drug order, but the beauty of 25i (or any drug dosed on blotters for that matter) was that it came on paper and could be easily concealed in an envelope. In my area, acid typically went for $10 a single hit, five for $40, and ten for $80. I only needed to sell five hits to make my initial investment back, the other 95 would be pure profit. I went into work and quickly informed all of my druggie co-workers that I had some fire tabs on deck. Lucky for me it was also payday, and by the end of my shift that night I had sold four “strips” (ten hits) of nBOME and made $280 without even moving half of my supply. I had made more than half of a week’s paycheck by doing next to nothing. “I could get used to this…”
That following weekend I got a lot of phone calls. The reviews were in, and people were loving this shit. I moved the rest of the sheet in that same weekend, and still had people calling me for more. In just a few days I had turned $40 into over $800, and not a single person was dissatisfied with the product. Naturally, I ordered another sheet, but ran into a somewhat unexpected problem: I had saturated the market, so to speak.
Psychedelics aren’t something you can do every day, since tolerance to them builds so quickly. When I ordered my second sheet, I was able to sell half of it before business became stagnant. Everyone had sampled the product, tripped their balls off, and was satisfied. I was desperate to keep the party going, and wracked my brain for possible solutions. I scrolled through my phone contacts, hoping there was one name I’d missed that would want to take the rest of my product off my hands. Sure enough, there was one name I’d overlooked. It was Anthony, the kid that had sold me my very first dose of 25i as LSD a few months prior. I hit him up, telling him I had some tabs and would sell him my remaining 50 hits for $250. Thus began my career as a wholesale distributor of 25i…
When I sold off the rest of my shit to Anthony I was a bit worried that he was playing the exact same game I was and would call me on my bullshit when he tasted the tabs for himself. Lucky for me, he wasn’t. Anthony was still under the impression that the bitterness of the tabs were a sign of high potency, and was highly satisfied with the product. I brought in another two sheets, one to sell wholesale (for $400), and another to sell in smaller quantities. Anthony bought a sheet from me as soon as it landed in my mailbox. The money was really beginning to pile up, since I lived off my checks from work, really only dipping into my drug money here and there. I knew that eventually Anthony would run into the same problem I did and run out of people to sell the shit too, and I’d be right back at square one. I was desperate to find someone who could get rid of the stuff consistently, and eventually, I found just the guy.
One Saturday night I got a call from Pat, one of my co-workers, looking to grab a half strip. Pat was a heroin addict but a surprisingly functional one, the only times I ever saw him use were to stay well, and any time I sold to him he always came correct. He had a few side-hustles to afford his habit, though, one of which was letting people stay at his place in exchange for cash or drugs. “Welcome to the heroin holiday inn.” He said, jokingly, when I arrived at his house. He led me into the living room, and I had a seat on the couch. The place looked like a trap house, with drug paraphernalia, cigarette butts, and empty beer and liquor bottles strewn all over the place. Sitting on the couch across from me weighing out a gram of MDMA crystals was a skinny, strung-out looking kid. “This is my new roommate Max.” Pat said as we made our deal. I watched Max put a gram of MDMA into a piece of toilet paper, fold it up, and swallow it casually. “What’s good, dude?” He asked, extending his hand. I dapped him up, trying not to stare after watching him take such a heroic dose of Molly. Pat unwrapped his strip and put two hits on his tongue. “Yo, this is the kid with the acid, by the way.” He said to Max as he cringed from the bitter taste. “No shit?! You’re the one with the fire doses?” Max asked, excitedly. “Yup, that’s me!” I replied with a shit-eating grin. We quickly began to talk business.
Working with Max was an exercise in frustration. It wasn’t long before I realized that his brain had been severely fried from years of drug use. Max was a career criminal, and I don’t think he’d ever held a real job in his life. He wasn’t shy at all about his incredibly lengthy rap sheet or his open case where he faced seven years for being caught in an undercover sting operation with mushrooms, vials of LSD, suboxone, and MDMA. Within just a few meetings with him I knew all about his criminal history, and I attributed his openness with his daily MDMA use. To this day, Max is the only person I’ve ever met who rolled on a daily basis, consuming grams of the stuff at a time, I even saw him inject it on more than one occasion. Despite the fact that he was a complete spunion and future jailbird, he was incredibly well-connected and bought sheets of 25i from me at a time. Unfortunately he’d end up eating a lot of it himself, and was always coming up short with cash or trying to give me MDMA and cash as payment rather than cash up front. I’d always end up getting my money eventually, but you can see how working with him would get seriously annoying after a while. I had no choice but to put up with his bullshit if I wanted the money to keep coming in, though.
As Max’s court date grew closer and closer I tried my hardest to get him to set me up with some new clientele. He knew damn well he was going to jail, and I figured he’d hook me up with some numbers if I gave him some cash for his family to put on his books when he went inside. Something wasn’t right, though, and Max was reluctant to set me up with anybody. One night, just a few days before he was set to go to court, I got a call from him. He sounded even more fucked up than usual, and called me from a new number. He told me he had fled to a neighboring state, a state known for its massive rave scene, where he could get rid of even more product than before. He said he was sending someone back home soon, and wanted to grab ten sheets from me. I told him ten sheets would run him four grand, and that I could have them for him within five days. He eagerly accepted the price and said he’d have the money for me up front, no bullshit, and to let him know as soon as I got my hands on them. I agreed and hung up the phone, barely able to contain my excitement.
The next day I was smoking a blunt with my friend Jack when I told him the news of my next deal. “Dude, it’s not even fair, how the fuck are you getting away with this?” He asked me, laughing. I had no idea. I had entered the drug game using cheat codes, and somehow had yet to be caught. But as the blunt grew shorter and shorter I began to get paranoid. I analyzed the deal, the situation, the call from Max, and I realized something didn’t quite add up. My ten-sheet order was already on the way, but suddenly, I felt uneasy about the entire thing. Max, a full time drug dealer, could hardly scratch together $400 to buy a single sheet from me, but now he suddenly has the cash to buy ten sheets up front? Just as he’s gone on the run from a seven year bid?
“Is this kid trying to set me up?!”
To be continued….
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DAPS Launches it's own Multiverse Enjin

DAPS Launches it's own Multiverse Enjin

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Finally, the #DAPSmystery is solved!!
Wondered what Monocero, Verderion, Arkenax and Denteemia were? Well, now you know! They are our very own ERC 1155 collectibles on the Enjin network.
These collectibles can be collected and then traded with other collectors or you can even send one to your mom or best friend as a gift.

Arekenax

Verderion

Monocero

Denteemia
The DAPS collection on Enjin is known as the DAPSverse and we will expand on this collection by getting community members involved in designs or concepts down the track so we can keep growing our collection and catch the attention of blockchain game devs and players around the world.
The DAPS Hero and DAPS Villain (brothers) represent our admins and community. You can choose your side - some like things a bit dark (green in this case) with Verderion and others like to be the hero of the day with Arkenax. It is up to you!

DAPS In Gaming Multiverse

DAPS Multiverse Characters to Feature in 4 Games

We are extremely proud to announce that the DAPS Hero/Villian characters will be part of the world's first gaming multiverse built by Enjin.
DAPS is partnering with the following games to get our multiverse item integrated into their games. Can you believe that this year you will be able to play with a DAPS character in a game? And not just one, four of them!!
In our opinion, this is a great story for improving mass adoption in the crypto and blockchain gaming space. We are proud to be at the forefront of this.

Let's introduce each game to you:
Bitcoin Hodler
Bitcoin Hodler
Bitcoin Hodler is a blockchain-based 2D mobile game for the crypto community - A mixed endless runner and arcade style action-adventure taking you on an exciting journey through the gamified crypto world. Powered by Enjin - the leading cryptocurrency for blockchain-based gaming - you will be able to interact with real blockchain based in-game items and characters.
Experience the thrill, the fear and the greed of the crypto space and playfully explore the new paradigm given by the blockchain and the Enjin ecosystem. Collect, own, upgrade or trade your assets on decentralized marketplaces.
Become part of the multiverse - a place where you will truly own your game assets, where characters can move between realms and hard-earned items and achievements can stay with you across multiple games.

Cats In Mechs
Cats in Mechs - Megaworld Studios
Cataria V is the native home of the Mau and the only planet where Catmint grows naturally. "Mint," as it is commonly called, is the single most valuable resource in the galaxy and the ruthless Dr. Priss VonTreat knows it.
Only you and your motley crew of Mech pilots can save the planet.
May Ceiling Cat Watch Over You...
The DAPS character will get cat ears and a tail.

CryptoFights
CryptoFights
3D FIGHTING GAME ON THE BLOCKCHAIN
Cryptofights is powered by Enjin Coin, a cryptocurrency for virtual goods created by Enjin. Enjin is the largest gaming community platform online with over 250,000 gaming communities and 18.7 million registered gamers.
At its core, CryptoFights is a 1 vs 1 turn-based fighting game. Imagine a turn-based street fighter, but with weapons and armor that you can change to outmatch your opponent.
New players start as a low-level fighter and must win matches to earn XP and gold. XP can then be used to level up their fighter making them stronger with more ability points to allocate.
Gold can be used to buy new weapons and armor from the marketplace to give your fighter the edge it needs. As your fighter levels up, you will enter new arenas to battle, getting you higher level rewards.
Fighting a match is heavily based on dice rolls to introduce some element of luck and randomness to both players.

Age of Rust
Age of Rust - SpacePirate Games
One of the industry’s most highly anticipated blockchain games, Age of Rust has reached later development stages and is expected to launch in late 2019 after nearly two years of production.
Age of Rust is the first ever game with plans to implement a blockchain-based peer-to-peer rental market. By utilizing Enjin Coin’s smart contracts, SpacePirate will enable in-game asset rentals between players. Rented items will temporarily move from the lessor’s blockchain address to the lessee’s and will be returned once the rental period has ended.
This will strengthen Age of Rust’s unique community-driven gameplay by driving player interaction while also providing SpacePirate with an organic source of revenue in the form of transaction fees. In this mutually beneficial rental scheme, lessors will also earn rental fees, while lessees will gain access to their desired assets.
Age of Rust is similar to Firewatch/Myst in a dystopian sci-fi setting. Game levels are mixed between exploration and combat in a first-person perspective.
Featuring more than 650,000 square meters of in-game landscape to explore, Age of Rust implements creative challenges and puzzles with a prize pool of over 24 Bitcoin (BTC) hidden throughout the game.
GAME GENRE: ADVENTURE/PUZZLEGAME PLATFORM: PCGAME ENGINE: UNITYBLOCKCHAIN: ETHEREUM VIA ENJIN
Win
We are extremely proud of this achievement. The Enjin Network is a social gaming platform with over 19 million users spread out in 250,000 gaming communities. DAPS will be part of this family.
Unfortunately all 1500 collectibles were claimed in just over an hour today but we will launch another code this week with 3000 items to claim so stay tuned and enter the competition below for another chance to get a rare Monocero! 📷
Win one of 5 rare Monocero multiverse collectible from the DAPS collection that just launched in partnership with Enjin. Enter the competition here, winners announced on Monday! https://gleam.io/rs2nY/daps-multiverse-monocero-giveaway
Good luck!
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Link Collection - All Recent Core Team Communications (incl. Roadmap)

Last updated: Mar 29th, 2018

2 important things first:

General Note

Table of contents

  1. Communications
  2. Guides & Instructional links
  3. Key people to follow on Twitter
  4. Dash Core is hiring
  5. Quarterly Summaries
  6. Notable Core Team Proposals
  7. Dash Whitepapers
  8. Dash Technology Peer-reviewed
  9. Addendum: Misconceptions on Dash cleared up

Communications

  1. The birth of Dash's Governance: Self-sustainable Decentralized Governance by Blockchain
  2. 'We're Doing the Planning That Takes Us to 1 Billion" - Ryan Taylor, Dash Director of Finance
  3. The philosophy behind the DASH reward split by (now) Dash Core CEO Ryan Taylor
  4. Dash's Ryan Taylor at TNABC Bitcoin Miami 2017 (Best presentation on Dash so far!)
  5. What is DASH & Where Is It Going? 2017 DASH Open House
  6. Hong Kong | Research and Planning - by Evan Duffield
  7. Dash Roadmap to Evolution
  8. How To Enable On-Chain Scaling by Evan Duffield
  9. DFN - Interview with Evan on Dash's Roadmap
  10. Open Letter From Evan and Ryan Regarding Dash Marketing
  11. Wachsman PR - Q2 project closure report
  12. Interview With The Crypto Show! - Evan Duffield
  13. Dash Improvement Proposal No. 1 - DIP001
  14. Important information regarding wallet backups
  15. Dash Labs Network Update
  16. Copay Wallet going into closed Alpha Testing
  17. 1st Annual Dash Conference: London Keynote Professional HQ Recording
  18. DASH – DIGITAL CASH by Robert Wiecko at SWITCH! 2017
  19. Crucial information to all proposal owners: Do NOT use multisig addresses as payout destinations!
  20. Interview With Ryan Taylor, The CEO Of Dash Core Team
  21. Ryan Taylor at the World Blockchain Forum
  22. Ryan Taylor interview with Crypto Trader (MSNBC Africa)
  23. Dash Core Community Update
  24. Dash Core 12.2 Release
  25. Dash CEO Ryan Taylor: „Dash is in many ways a better Bitcoin“
  26. Update from Dash Core on Business Development
  27. How DASH is resistant to retargeting issues
  28. Dash presentation at the Euro Finance Tech in Frankfurt by essra
  29. Link collection of Dash's 2017 achievements
  30. What Is a DAO and Why Is It Revolutionary?
  31. Dash: The First DAO
  32. Welcome Bradley Zastrow - Director of Global Business Development
  33. Interview with Ryan Taylor, IR4 Podcast #12 (January 2018)
  34. Chuck Williams at Anarchapulco 2018 on Dash
  35. Dash Force Podcast E42 with Chuck Williams on Dash Evolution
  36. Evolution Demo #1 - The First Dash DAP
  37. Dash Force Podcast E43 - Feat. Fernando Gutierrez (Dash Core CMO)
  38. Our New Approach to Communications with the Community
  39. Dash Community Q&A - March 29th, 2018

Guides & Instructional links

  1. Dash Developer Documentation
  2. Upgrade Instructions for Masternodes (12.2)
  3. Upgrade Instructions for End Users (12.2)
  4. Upgrade Instructions for Masternodes (12.1)
  5. Upgrade Instructions for End Users (12.1)
  6. Paper Wallet Setup Guide
  7. Trezor Guide for Masternode Operators
  8. 8 Steps to a Successful Proposal
  9. Masternode Boot Camp by solarguy2003
  10. DASH 101 Video Series

Key people to follow on Twitter

  1. Ryan Taylor, CEO of Dash Core Inc.
  2. Fernando Gutierrez, CMO of Dash Core Inc.
  3. Bradley Zastrow, Chief of Business Development at Dash Core Inc.
  4. Andy Freer, CTO of Dash Core Inc.
  5. Chuck Williams, Head of UX Development at Dash Core Inc.
  6. Robert Wiecko, PM of Dash Core Inc.
  7. Joel Valenzuela, Dash Force
  8. Mark Mason, Dash Force
  9. Amanda B. Johnson
  10. Scott Farnsworth, The Dash Racer

Dash Core is hiring!

  1. Internship at Dash Labs
  2. DashLabs - Trezor Engineer
  3. GPU Accelerator Project
  4. DevOps Engineer @ Dash
  5. Infrastructure Manager @ Dash
  6. Sr. Backend Developer Role @ Dash

2017 Quarterly Summaries from Dash Core

  1. Dash Core Team Q1 2017 Summary Call
  2. Dash Core Team Q2 2017 Summary Call
  3. Dash Core Team Q3 2017 Summary Call
  4. Dash Core Team Q4 2017 Summary Call

2016 Quarterly Summaries from Dash Core

  1. Q1 2016
  2. Q2 2016
  3. Q3 2016
  4. Q4 2016

Notable Core Team proposals:

  1. Dash sponsored Blockchain Research in Arizona State University
  2. Conferences - The Trading Show
  3. Money 20/20 in London
  4. Conferences - BTC & Blockchain International Summit
  5. Dash Conference 2017 (London)
  6. Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference (Stockholm)

Dash Whitepapers

  1. Original Dash Whitepaper
Note: Previously the Evolution Whitepapers were linked in this section. These papers were written back in 2015 and are outdated, because Dash Evolution has seen a massive re-design and has been developed much further than those papers could have predicted. A new version will be posted here and elsewhere as soon as it is available.

Dash Technology Peer-reviewed

  1. Dash PrivateSend Peer Review by Kristov Atlas and Core Team's Response
  2. Dash Governance Peer Review by IOHK and Dash Core Team's Response

Addendum: Misconceptions on Dash cleared up

  1. What has Dash to offer other than features any other coin could just copy?
  2. InstantXploit? Cool Name, No Threat
  3. "Lazy Masternode" attack theory thoroughly debunked (see my comment)
  4. Hardware vs Software scaling - Why SegWit is not the savior of cryptocurrency
  5. How solid is PrivateSend, really? and Broken privacy promises vs Dash
  6. Dash has better wealth distribution than almost all top cryptos
  7. How is Dash NOT a ponzi scheme?
  8. PSA: DASH is not a CryptoNote clone - DashCOIN is
  9. Discussion/clarification on Dash's opensource approach
  10. Evil Masternode tyrants ruling over us?! and Masternodes in Dash = The rich get richer?
  11. Has Dash's development steadily declined over the past few months?
  12. The major advantage of optional privacy
  13. Ridiculous comments on Dash - by Kurt Robinson
  14. The Dash Masternode Network: A Response to Critics - by Eric Sammons
  15. Analysis of the first day in mining Dash by Ryan Taylor, (then) Director of Finance at Dash Core:
  16. How to Prevent the Hostile Takeover of a Blockchain: Eric Sammons on Dash Governance
  17. Official clarification on the "Instamine" issue (Fastmine actually)
  18. Evan Duffield has no more than 256,000 Dash and will give away 80% of that to fund DAOs within DASH. Follow-up: Part of the funds has already been used to found the Dash Labs research arm in Hong Kong. The lab is fully maintained through Duffield's private funding. No Treasury proposal for it exists.
  19. 10 Stupid Things People Say About Dash And How To Respond
  20. Sporks: One of the foundations of Dash's success
  21. There is no so called "Master Private Key" in Dash and there never has been. Sporks (explained above) have no relation to user funds, as the source code easily proves.
  22. Trolls vs. Users: The Limited Importance of Online Communities
  23. Dash PrivateSend and usage of denomination inputs
  24. Valuable link list from Dash Force member Mastermined
  25. "But Dash PrivateSend has a much smaller ambiguity set! Its privacy is broken!!!"
  26. Succinct refutation on Masternodes "artifically" blowing up the price & Evan Duffield being the only miner at launch
  27. Bitcoin Cash vs Dash
  28. "Dash rebranded from Darkcoin to distance itself from its dark history!!" -> Not at all. Nothing about its history is "dark" and more importantly this thread called "The Birth of Darkcoin" is stickied by Evan Duffield himself on the official main forum.
  29. "Evan Duffield lied about the launch time so he would get an unfair advantage at mining!" -> Quotes from the original launch thread on Bitcointalk: "Awesome! We'll be launching soon. Things are looking good." and "Launch is being moved to 11PM EST!". As the genesis block proves launch took place at 03:54:41 AM (UTC) on Jan. 19th, 2014 or 10:54:41 PM (EST), Jan. 18th, 2014. So if anything it was 5 minutes early.
  30. "But Litecoin is superior to Dash!!" - Really? Let's compare - Here's another sober look at the facts on this issue.
  31. Why Dash is not prone to cluster analysis attacks
  32. How "centralized" is Dash, really? & Which project is actually centralized here?
  33. From the day Dash started trading until late April 2014 anyone had the chance to buy Dash for less than 1 USD
  34. Dash Core developer MooCowMoo on alleged Masternode centralization and PrivateSend
  35. Why Masternodes have no incentive to vote in a proposal to pay themselves a large sum of Dash
  36. What is Dash's competitive edge?
  37. Why saying "Dash is a company" is false: Dash Core Inc., a company based in Scottsdale, Arizona is not the decentralized network called Dash. The network, consistent of over 4.5k globally distributed, decentralized Masternodes decided to hire and fund the company Dash Core Inc. to develop said network. This is the distinguishing property of Dash being a DAO, so it's understandable people have difficulty grasping the concept. Similarly Dash does not have a CEO, while Dash Core Inc. -obviously- has.
  38. Dash does not and never had a "dev tax": Dash has a Treasury and its distribution is being voted on each month. Only those funds that have been approved by the Masternode network go to proposal owners. The Treasury is capped at 10% of the accumulated block reward of one month. There is no central authority non-requested or non-approved funds go to and there never has been. Those funds are simply not created. So you can have months in which only 8% of the budget is being paid out, with the remaining 2% going to nobody due to not being mined.
  39. "B-but Evan Duffield can roll back the last 24 hours of the blockchain with the flick of a button!" Complete bullshit. The key in question refers to requiring a Masternode to re-validate its pre-existing blockchain in order to ensure it's on the right chain. Masternodes have nothing do with putting or removing transactions into or from the blockchain, only the miners can do that, thus claiming someone can "roll back the blockchain" in Dash is a malicious lie and a desperate attempt to make Dash look centralized when it's not. In short: No such button exists, ever existed or will ever exist.
  40. Why the total coin supply was changed or "The 84 million coin"-Question

General notes:

The Dash community is well aware that during most of its history this project has been under attack by competitors, many of which are trying to portray Dash (among many other things) as a failure. This is oxymoronic, because nobody hates on failures, especially not for 4 successful years in a row.
If you want a quick history lesson, here's a comment I made on where the Dash hate originated from back in 2014
Another, longer history lesson
Remain skeptical towards sensational accusations without evidence. Our community is helpful, knowledgeable and more than happy to answer any questions, as we have done many times on this subreddit. Still, we're all only human, have limited resources and we're just one project among many (always among the top, though!). Stakeholders and investors of other projects will always have an agenda to smear what they perceive as competition (I have yet to see our community actively go after other projects, though).
Just remember the Bullshit Asymmetry: "The amount of energy required to refute bullshit is at least an order of magnitude larger than to produce it." So it would be very unjust to expect a refutation on the spot all of the time. Prefer taking the initiative by asking the community directly about the claim you're confronted with. This community has proven many times to possess the integrity required to admit to technological shortcomings, but at the same time we'll never hesitate to call out illegitimate claims and accusations, of which there are many, for what they are.
The most common and most empty attack is "Dash is a scam".
More importantly you have to ask the critic just this one question: Who was scammed? The answer usually consists of complete silence or attempts to change the topic. This may sound all very defensive to someone who has never experienced the kind of FUD Dash has faced over the years, but the falsehoods we've refuted above are still being perpetuated by a very lonely but also very loud minority.

Not an ICO project

Regarding Dash's finances: Despite what many people assume influenced by the ICO insanity of the recent past, Dash did not have an ICO and Dash does not depend on 3rd party funding/investors. It is self funded from the blockchain and thus an entirely independent organization that does exactly what it wants, not what any angel investors want us to do. Dash is the first currency in history to achieve that.

Quick incomplete rundown of Dash's features

In fact Dash pioneered almost every single one of its features making it one of the most prolific innovators in the cryptocurrency space. Before Dash invented them, none of these features existed:
To re-iterate a previous point:
Dash has been copied by several dozen other projects either completely or through selected features indicating a strong approval of its technology within the wider cryptocurrency industry. The most copied feature by far is the Masternode system and the financial self-reliance it provides.
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Htmlcoin team members response to question about the projects drawbacks and potential risks.

Was reading through the telegram and wanted to share Simon Telfers (member of the htmlcoin team) response to a question about the coins drawbacks.
Seeing an extreme amount of "this is good, lets lambo boys" posts here, i Love HTML but would like to know the drawbacks. What's holding us back and What are the potential risks within the coins future?
Great question.
Firstly, we are here for the long run and you won't see any lambo, or buy signals from the core team. We intend to be compliant with all upcoming rules and regulations on crypto and securities. In fact, we see the foundation as a software company. We build and maintain the software which is used to run the decentralised blockchain and all its features. The foundation sells nothing, and has nothing to do with the exchange activities.
As i mentioned, the Foundation is not driven by the price on the exchanges, but building great software to encourage the adoption of decentralised blockchain technology. Our approach is more than many platform coins in so much as we aren’t looking for projects to land on our chain, fire up a token an generate business for themselves..... what we are doing is using the value transfer (bitcoin) capabilities of the blockchain to drive very broad (horizontal) adoption in both commercial and private use. This is what the POMA programme is about.
As we grow the basic adoption of an easy to use technology with the desktop and soon to arrive mobile wallets, we then have a community of platform users who can start to use the blockchain for other things. These things will use daps, smart contracts and other technologies to provide richer and more disruptive (vertical) solutions.
Why are we taking this approach ?
Speed, pace and relevance. What we observed is a lot of great platform blockchains growing, which then host projects which seem to be expected to bring their own user base. The projects don't seem to connect with the users of the blockchains...... which confuses us. A blockchain is not like a cloud computing platform, its a community that chose to use a decentralised value transfer platform which can deliver decentralised applications (relevant to their worlds)
What is holding us back ?
This is a personal view, and not the official line. At the moment, we need to regroup and focus on features and growth. We (the core team) need to consider the bigger picture with a complete economic model of growth and adoption and get building. We do have full time developers in the team, and POMA has been in development for a long time, so the challenge is keeping this relevant and establishing the campaigns.
Are there any blockers. Right now, i don't think so. Look how far we've come since we started in September. I think the single biggest issue is an industry one, and its the arrival of likely regulation. We take the recent SEC rulings very seriously, and so do the exchanges that make an important part of the eco-system. This means the community needs to behave in an exemplary manner for us to get listed. The exchanges we have applied to are watching, and completing their due diligence and decisions based on our innovation/projects, our likely growth, the health of our coin (stable and non-pumped) and quality/participation of the community in achieving our stated goal of mass adoption of blockchain.
What are the primary risks ? personally: 1. We support good regulation, but not regulation that hampers decentralised blockchain. 2. Dominance of bitcoin and its politics. For me, this casts a shadow across our industry. Bitcoin has no roadmap, no strategy and no architectural consensus. I mean, they still haven't truly deployed satoshi's original white paper. The constant infighting and technical politics is destroying value, destroying the environment and making fools of us. As an alt-coin, the impact of bitcoin is that it destabilises the adoption of alternative and better technologies, whilst people look for free money and move in/out of it. 3. Time and workload. You will see a lot from this team, more than its size suggests. We have and use an extensive network of friends and dev teams, but whatever we do you guys will want it last week, and if we slip by a few days we know you will be upset. But, this is software development and we are a software delivery team. It is what it is, and it takes as long as it takes. Quality is everything!
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GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN: RIP to “Fiscally Conservative” Republicans (Outside Rand Paul)

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This is happening tonight.
If Republicans in the Senate muster enough votes to pass the two-year spending bill (likely) and if Republicans in the House muster enough votes to pass the bill (unclear) and if Republican President Donald Trump signs it (likely), then something spectacular will happen. If this bill passes and is signed, then we'll have to take on only $300 billion in additional debt.
Wait, that's $300 billion in addition to the $1 trillion we were already going to borrow...
Oh, and that $1 trillion is up from almost $600 billion borrowed last year...
That's not all: That $600 billion was on top of the $20.1 trillion we had already borrowed...
Not only is the overall size of our debt unconscionable, but also our deficits are trending higher, not lower. In 2015, our borrowing hit multi-year lows; that year, we took on an additional $438 billion in debt. In 2016, we took on $585 billion. In 2017, we took on $666 billion. In 2018, we're expected to take on $1 trillion. This is the wrong direction.
Our budget deficits had fallen dramatically nearly every year from 2010 to 2015 and then started heading back up again after that. They now appear to be not only continuing into the red; they're accelerating into the red.
Right now our total government debt stands at nearly $20.7 trillion. Latest estimates on the size of our GDP (our economy) are around $19.7 trillion. This means that our debt-to-GDP ratio is in the neighborhood of 105%. In other words, our government could seize every ounce of value added by our economy to the point that we no longer had an economy at all and use 100% of the proceeds to pay down our debt. After doing so, we'd still be left with a staggering $1 trillion in debt.
There is broad consensus now--among both liberal and conservative groups--that our debt will continue to grow at a faster rate than our economy will grow. At some point in the next few years when our next recession hits, it'll grow even faster.
Consider this. Interest on our debt alone (never mind repaying principal) is now the government's fifth-largest expense item. It also happens to be one of the fastest growing and the only one that's truly non-discretionary. (Democrats want us to believe that entitlement and welfare spending are non-discretionary, but they actually aren't.)
As it grows, the federal government's spending will start crowding out private sector investment and spending. The interest account itself will begin to crowd out other items in the government's budget. Republicans, this means that the military's budget will have to start shrinking. Democrats, this means that welfare and entitlement budgets will have to start shrinking. Everyone, this means that tax rates will have to rise.

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All the while, government borrowing costs will continue to rise. We hear this all the time. What we don't hear all the time is that private borrowing costs--yes, for you and me--will rise as well. In a worst-case scenario, which is an avoidable government default, catastrophic economic collapse will ensue for everyone from Wall Street to Main Street. No one would escape the effects of it; it would actually be fel