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34 Bytes Payment Processor Adds Dash, Worldwide Merchants Near 1,500

Dash has been added to the 34 Bytes payment processor, adding a list of new merchant options as Dash adoption continues to gain steam. A cryptocurrency point-of-sale merchant solution, 34 bytes opened operations in 2016. The platform initially supported Bitcoin exclusively, and touted lower fees and higher security for merchants by using cryptocurrency. However, following recent network congestion, Bitcoin’s fees ...

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New Research: Mainstream Cryptocurrency Payments Within Decade

A new research paper released by Imperial College London and eToro predicts that cryptocurrency could become a mainstream payment solution within the next decade, but the paper also outlines the necessary problems that have to be solved first. The report covers a brief background of cryptocurrencies, Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), smart contracts, and also differentiates between cryptocurrencies, cryptocommodities, and cryptotokens. ...

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New ASU Blockchain Lab Research Shows Dash Can Easily Scale Near PayPal Levels

This post is also available in: Français Deutsch Português Русский New research from the blockchain research laboratory at Arizona State University (ASU) shows that the Dash network can scale on-chain to over half of PayPal’s current transaction levels with ease. The newly-released research paper, titled Block Propagation Applied to Nakamoto Networks, explores the viability of scaling the Dash network to ...

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French Government Official Argues Against Cryptocurrency Regulations, but Still Wants Control

French government official and academic, Jean-Pierre Landau, also know as “Monsieur Bitcoin”, recently released a report that argued that it was “neither desirable nor necessary” to regulate cryptocurrencies. The report, which extends over 100 pages, claims that overzealous regulations would create a “three-pronged danger”. “The danger is three-pronged: that of freezing the rapid evolution of technology in legislation, that of failing ...

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The Missing Link to Crypto Adoption: Anypay’s Story

The crypto revolution took the world by storm. That is, it did in a speculative way, with investors scrambling to buy with hopes of massive profits. The percentage of the global population using decentralized digital currencies in their everyday lives today is statistically around zero. How did crypto adoption end up being an illusion, and what’s the missing link for ...

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This Week In Dash: July 2-7

It has been a great week in Dash with plenty of new developments, integrations, and overall news content! Continue reading to get a brief summary of the week. Dash Network Developments of the Week: Dash Version 12.3: This week, Dash Core Group released v12.3, which introduces many network performance improvements and lays the foundation for the Evolution platform. The new ...

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Dash Podcast 59 – Dash Core Group CEO Ryan Taylor AMA

Video repost of episode 59 of the three amigos podcast featuring special guest Dash Core Group CEO Ryan Taylor. The 3 amigos podcast takes place every Friday at 3pm EST / 8pm BST. ⏱ Question TimeStamps:🚩 02:33 What is the legal status & timeframe for Dash Ventures?🚩 04:35 What is Dash Ventures?🚩 07:48 How will masternodes get rewards from Dash Ventures?🚩 ...

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Dash Force Meetup Contest Winners: June

May was another great month for Dash meetup’s with 175 wallets set up across 10 meetups. We had Meetups in Central America, South America, and Africa this month and all were added to meetup.com and Facebook. Without further ado, here are this month’s winners… Wild Card Meet Up Winners: Up to 1 Dash zheez Receives: .2 Dash Location: Buea, south west region – Cameroon Date: ...

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Research Shows that Over 1,000 Coins are Dead, but this Creative Destruction Benefits Consumers

Research by Coinopsy and Dead Coins, two digital currency tracking websites, shows that over 1,000 cryptocurrencies and ICOs are dead. Qualifications to be a dead coin requires “lacking any development or future activity in their protocol”. The reasons for their deaths are wide reaching, but including “common exits scams, website closure, and abandoned code to deliberate pump and dump, malfunctioning ...

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