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Dash is Committed to Global Usability, Overhauls Dash Documents and Offers Translations

Dash Core Group (DCG) is continuing an effort that began in 2017 to improve the formal documentation of Dash and recently started an effort to offer quality translations of Dash Core Group’s products. The recent announcement references how general computer and internet consumer questions used to be common, but have subsided as help documentation has gotten better. However, DCG recognizes ...

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Dash, The Official Cryptocurrency Partner of FanDuel

FanDuel recently announced via Twitter that Dash will now be “the Official Cryptocurrency Partner of FanDuel” and to stay tuned for updates. The new partnership expands on FanDuel’s previous work with Dash to create a NBA ‘Crypto Cup’ during the NBA finals. Dash Force News briefly talked with Dash community member DashRacer, also known as Scott Farnsworth, about the integration. He ...

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Dash and Medicinal Genomics Beats DNA Sequencing Record of Human Genome Project

Dash’s partnership with Medicinal Genomics (MGC) continues to reap rewards by breaking DNA genome sequencing records set by the Human Genome Project in 2001. Dash Force News caught up with Kevin McKernan, the Chief Science Officer of MGC, about their technical developments of mapping the cannabis genome. Kevin started off by highlighting how the cannabis genome is much harder to ...

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Dash Core Releases Details of Legal Trust Structure Allowing Masternode Network to Own Property

Dash Core Group has released additional details of its legal structure, including the irrevocable trust that owns Dash Core Group and can legally own assets on behalf of the network. In a post by Ryan Taylor, CEO of the Core team, the organization’s legal structure as a C-corporation is outlined, which removed many of the severe restrictions imposed by a ...

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Venmo Exposes User Transaction History, Shows Need for Usable Private Cryptocurrency

Venmo was found to leak user transaction history by default, highlighting the need for private and user-controlled payment solutions. Due in part to the social nature of the app’s design, payments platform Venmo was found to reveal entire transaction histories of users, including to those who were not Venmo users themselves. This setting was found to be enabled by default, ...

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Miracle Tele, A Mobile Service Operator, Integrates Dash

Miracle Tele is an upstart mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that has recently incorporated Dash into their deposit and withdrawal system. As background, MVNO means that they rent their network from other network providers and thus have very little infrastructure costs. So Miracle Tele plans to pass on those savings back to consumers by charging very low fees and distributing ...

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Dash Explodes in Latin America, 62 Businesses Added Last Week in Venezuela Alone

Dash’s presence in Latin America has risen sharply, with an additional 62 new businesses added in Venezuela alone over the past week. Venezuela garnered global attention last week for its overwhelming acceptance of Dash among merchants, constituting more than all other cryptocurrency businesses in the country combined, and possibly ranking Caracas as the de facto cryptocurrency capital of the world. ...

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Ryan Taylor, Dash Core CEO, Discusses How Dash Will Achieve Adoption As A Payment Method

Ryan Taylor, Dash Core CEO, appeared on the Crypto 101 podcast to discuss how Dash leverages its unique structure and features to achieve adoption as a currency and payment method. Ryan started off by discussing his financial services and payments background, which helps him bring a unique perspective since he sees cryptocurrencies primarily as a payment method. “I think it’s ...

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The “Magic Trick” Crypto Needs to Gain the Average User

I had a long and thorough conversation with a front-end cryptocurrency developer about pulling off a perfect user experience for an upcoming app. It struck me that every situation where the experience was best had the most severely limited choice, and every UX nightmare we were trying to hypothetically avoid involved essentially tricking the user into not knowing or seeing ...

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