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Dash Consensus and Governance Dash is inherited from the original blockchain network, it is an open-source cryptocurrency, and an altcoin forked from the Bitcoin protocol. Proof of is one important way miners secure the blockchain. Dash users has a secondary network to facilitate some unique functions on Dash like InstantSend, DAO, and PrivateSend. One essential added feature of Dash is the masternode network While the Proof-of-Work is applied to secure the blockchain through miners for regular transactions, Dash also uses Proof-of-Service done by masternodes to keep its unique functionalities to improve the anonymity and instant transaction features[1]. Masternodes are paid by the block reward. In principle, 45% of the block reward goes to the masternodes, and 45% is paid to miners. The remaining 10% will go to the treasury budget. In practice, however, the block reward is paid out to miners and masternodes, each with 50%. But, every 16,616 blocks (approximately 30.29 days), a superblock is created with the entire 10% payout to the treasury budget. The Treasury budget is aimed at funding the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) on Dash. Between the superblocks, users can make a proposal to the network which will then be reviewed by the community. If the proposal receives approval votes from at least 10% of the masternodes, then the requested amount will be paid out in the next superblock. Dash is becoming increasingly popular in the cryptocurrency world today. As Dash is a fork from Bitcoin, it not only retains the excellent properties of the Bitcoin but is also enhanced in many ways. Siehe vollständige Bewertung

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BASICS OF BITCOIN

Meaning of Bitcoin Bitcoin (BTC) is a digital currency, which is used and distributed electronically. Bitcoin is a decentralised peer-to-peer network. No single institution or person controls it. Bitcoins can’t be printed and their amount is very limited – only 21 mln Bitcoins can ever be created. Why Use Bitcoin 1.Decentralised One of Satoshi Nakamoto’s main objectives when creating Bitcoin was the network’s independence from any governing authorities. It is designed so that every person, business, as well as every machine involved in mining and transaction verification, becomes part of a vast network. Moreover, even if some part of the network goes down, the money will keep moving. 2. Anonymous These days banks know virtually everything about their clients: credit history, addresses, phone numbers, spending habits and so on. It is all very different with Bitcoin, as the wallet doesn’t have to be linked to any personally identifying information. And while some people just simply don’t want their finances to be governed and tracked by any kind of an authority, others might argue that drug trade, terrorism and other illegal and dangerous activities will thrive in this relative anonymity. 3. Transparent The anonymity of Bitcoin is only relative, as every single BTC transaction that ever happened is stored in the Blockchain. In theory, If your wallet address was publicly used, anyone can tell how much money is in it by carefully studying the blockchain ledger. However, tracing a particular Bitcoin address to a person is still nearly impossible. Those who wish to stay anonymous with their transactions can take measures to stay under the radar. There are certain types of wallets that prioritise opaqueness and security, but the simplest measure would be to use multiple addresses and not transfer massive amounts of money to a single wallet. 4. Fast The Bitcoin network processes payments almost instantaneously, it normally takes just a few minutes for someone on the other side of the world to receive the money, while normal bank transfers can take several days. Non-repudiable Once you send your Bitcoins to someone, there is no way of getting them back, unless the recipient would want to send them back to you. This ensures the reception of a payment, meaning that whoever you’re trading with can’t scam you by claiming that they never got the money. Siehe vollständige Bewertung

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Born in Nigeria. Aocunting Gradate and married

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