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BTS

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BTS
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  1. Fri June 8th, 2018
  2. NewsBTC

    Things change fast in the crypto sphere and today’s hot cryptocurrency may well be tomorrow’s shitcoin. Looking back at the scene a year ago in June 2017 shows a slightly different set of coins and tokens in the top 20. The question is: where are they now?  

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  3. Wed May 23rd, 2018
  4. Bitcoin.com

    South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Korbit has announced that it will no longer support the trading of five cryptocurrencies: dash, monero, zcash, augur, and steem. This announcement came just days after hacked Japanese exchange Coincheck confirmed the delisting of privacy coins.

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  5. Mon May 21st, 2018
  6. AMBCrypto

    On 21st May, South Korea’s first and largest Bitcoin exchange platform, Korbit announced on its official website that the buying and selling functions for Dash [DASH], Monero [XMR], Zcash [ZEC], Augur [REP], and Steem [STEEM] is terminated. As reported, this will happen through the gradual termination of the [Other Digital Assets] service. However, the customers can continue trading XRP, BCH, LTC, […]

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  7. Thu May 17th, 2018
  8. Coin Bureau

    Should you invest in Bitshares (BTS)? It is the first example of a decentralised cryptocurrency exchange. It was launched in 2014 so is also one of the earlier Altcoins. We take an in depth look into the Bitshares technology and team, BTS token and the future prospects for it.

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  9. Tue May 15th, 2018
  10. Prospectors

    We’d like to confess that back in February 2018 we started to doubt: would EOS really fulfill what it had promised? Well, many of us had a…

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  11. Mon May 7th, 2018
  12. BtcManager.com

    EOS developers believe that they found a solution to the scaling problem that currently plagues most cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and Ethereum. EOS is a smart contract platform that is scheduled to launch its mainnet in June 2018 with its development being led by noted blockchain engineer and developer Dan L ...

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  13. Thu May 3rd, 2018
  14. BtcManager.com

    Bitspark, the Hong Kong-based bitcoin remittance firm that facilitates end-to-end, cross-border payments, had previously announced that it would no longer use bitcoin for its operations. On May 2, 2018, in conversation with Ej Insight, George Harrap of Bitspark explained what led to the decision. Bitcoin to be Rep ...

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  15. Tue April 24th, 2018
  16. BitcoinMagazine

    A mixture of big and little fish, the candidate pool includes upward of 50 different blockchain organizations.

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  17. Sat April 21st, 2018
  18. AMBCrypto

    Litecoin [LTC] is now officially available on Korbit, a cryptocurrency exchange platform in South Korea. According to the Twitter announcement made by Charlie Lee and the Korbit website, Litecoin trading has already commenced. Korbit is reported as the first and the largest crypto-exchange platform in South Korea and is ranked #28 on Coinmarketcap according to […]

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  19. Fri April 20th, 2018
  20. ZenCash

    ZenCash is now listed on OpenLedger DEX, the world’s most advanced and secure  decentralized cryptocurrency exchange built on the BitShares platform.  About OpenLedger DEX The OpenLedger DEX platform caters to traders of all experience levels. It’s a next-generation platform that offers traditional digital currency trading options, as well as the benefits that trading with the […]

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  21. Thu April 19th, 2018
  22. AMBCrypto

    Formed in December 2017, the Korean blockchain industry consisting of 33 Korean companies along with famous cryptocurrency exchanges such as  Bithumb, Coinone, Upbit and Korbit announced its new guidelines for 14 Korean crypto exchanges for the smooth functioning of cryptocurrencies. As per the new guidelines of the organization the first rule aims that, it will […]

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  23. Investing.com

    Litecoin Courting TenX and Korbit - Just a Month after LitePay ‘Breakup’

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  24. CoinTelegraph

    Promising Litecoin payment processing platform Litepay has vanished, but TenX and Korbit have stepped up to fill the void.

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  25. Wed April 18th, 2018
  26. BitcoinMagazine

    Perceived risks to Main Street investors has prompted regulators to rush onto the scene and begin closely monitoring efforts to market cryptocurrencies to consumers.

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  27. Coindoo

    Litecoin’s price has recently been getting traction, and the recent announcement that Korbit, one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea, will be listing the LTC coin may have something to do with it. In response to this announcement, Charlie Lee, the CEO of Litecoin tweeted: “Tomorrow, Korbit will launch LTC trading. It’s awesome that […] The post Korbit Exchange Lists Litecoin appeared first on Coindoo - Bitcoin & Altcoin News and Reviews.

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  28. NewsBTC

    This news comes at a crucial time for Litecoin as a whole. The popular cryptocurrency has seen its fair share of controversy and minor setbacks in recent months.

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  29. Tue April 17th, 2018
  30. BusinessInsider

    Bitcoin fell by more than 2% in a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon.  The severe drop comes just hours after New York's Attorney General launched an investigation into crypto exchanges.  Follow bitcoin's price in real-time here. The price of bitcoin tumbled more than 2% in a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon, just hours after New York's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced an investigation into major cryptocurrency exchanges. It wasn't immediately clear what may have caused the sudden drop, but Schneiderman's letters to 13 major cryptocurrency platforms, including New York-based Gemini and Coinbase's GDAX, could have a possible chilling effect on the crypto space at large.  Bitcoin was trading at $7,900 per token at the time of writing, down roughly $160 for the day. While still the largest cryptocurrency by market cap, the price of bitcoin has declined by 41% since the beginning of the year.  Most other major cryptocurrencies were in the green Tuesday, with third-largest digital currency litecoin leading the way after Korbit, a Korean trading exchange, said it would support the token. Reuters also reported Tuesday that Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the heart of Facebook's ongoing data privacy imbroglio, was planning to issue a digital currency. You can track the price of bitcoin in real-time here>>Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Wall Street's biggest bull explains why trade war fears are way overblown

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  31. BtcManager.com

    One of the most established exchanges in South Korea, Korbit, has added support for an additional cryptocurrency, litecoin (LTC), known as the silver to bitcoin’s gold. Korbit has announced their introduction of litecoin on April 17, 2018, incentivizing their customers to trade litecoin by offering the top six tr ...

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  32. AMBCrypto

    Korbit the biggest Bitcoin [BTC] and Ethereum [ETH] exchange in South Korea, to launch Litecoin [LTC] trading on its platform on April 18th. Multi-trading will remain the same and LTC wallet will be integrated. However, withdrawals will be suspended from April 17th, 2018, to April 19th, 2018 for LTC Wallet integration. L-address, 3-address, and M-address are the 3 […]

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  33. Tue April 10th, 2018
  34. AMBCrypto

    Ezira is a decentralized autonomous corporation which enables everyone to share information and value freely. It offers the ability for its users to post anything, trade anything, and build anything. Ezira will utilize the delegated proof of stake decentralized consensus algorithm used by Bitshares, EOS, and Steem. Ezira will operate on a new public blockchain, […]

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  35. Mon March 26th, 2018
  36. CoinTelegraph

    South Korea’s largest multi-billion dollar conglomerates in various sectors are entering the cryptocurrency market by funding up-and-coming exchanges.

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  37. Fri February 23rd, 2018
  38. BtcManager.com

    On February 21, Alexey Burdyko, CEO of Play2Live, opened the token sale with a Q&A live session, answering product and sale related questions. The recording is available here. Play2Live (P2L), the first full-blown blockchain-based streaming platform for gamers and esports fans, operating on BitShares 2.0, has ...

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  39. Thu February 22nd, 2018
  40. Bitcoinist

    On February 21st, Alexey Burdyko, CEO of Play2Live, opened the token sale with a Q&A live session, answering product and sale related questions. The recording is available here.

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  41. Bitcoin.com

    Over twenty cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea have agreed to undergo evaluations, including the country's top four exchanges: Upbit, Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit. This is part of their self-regulatory efforts, in conjunction with the Korean Blockchain Association.

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  42. Wed February 21st, 2018
  43. LiveBitcoinNews

    Alexey Burdyko, CEO of Play2Live, opens the token sale event with a Q&A live stream on the updated P2L platform on February 21st, 17:00 UTC, answering product and sale related questions. February 21st, Malta — Play2Live (P2L), the first full-blown blockchain-based streaming platform for gamers and esports fans, operating on BitShares 2.0, has released its...

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  44. Thu February 1st, 2018
  45. Lykke News

    Lykke, a Swiss Fintech company building a regulated, blockchain-based global marketplace, and BitShares, a pioneer in decentralized financial exchange technology, have announced plans to implement the BitShares blockchain on the Lykke platform and make the BitShares core asset, the BTS token, available for trade on the Lykke Exchange.

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  46. Tue January 23rd, 2018
  47. LiveBitcoinNews

    Play2Live (P2L), an eSports streaming platform operating on the basis of BitShares 2.0 blockchain, has secured a total of 7M USD during a private pre-sale, which is still underway. The company is continuing its expansion with the launch of 24/7 live rebroadcasts in six languages: English, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese. The public pre-sale...

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  48. Thu January 11th, 2018
  49. NewsBTC

    DEEX, a uniquely designed decentralized financial exchange, is pleased to announce that their token sale will start on January 10. DEEX has already successfully closed presale at the end of 2017 and raised 3410 ETH within a month.

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  50. Sat December 16th, 2017
  51. Bitcoinist

    The world’s first crypto bank, AriseBank, announced its partnership with BitShares and acquisition of an FDIC-insured bank.

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  52. Fri October 13th, 2017
  53. Bitcoin.com

    The startup Bitspark says they are switching to Bitshares due to the high and unpredictable fees associated with bitcoin in 2017.

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  54. Wed October 4th, 2017
  55. Bitcoin.org Site Blog

    On 2017-10-11 at noon (UTC), Bitcoin.org is planning to publish a banner on every page of the site warning users about the risks of using services that will default to the so-called Segwit2x1 (S2X) contentious hard fork. S2X companies will be called out by name. To ensure that we only warn users against companies that will actually put user deposits at risk, we urge all companies to publicly clarify their stance before the above date, either by a highly-visible public statement or by commenting on Bitcoin.org issue #1835 (or by doing both). In particular, we need to know that: The company will not under any circumstances list “Segwit2x” as “BTC” and/or “Bitcoin”. Note that Bitcoin is not ruled by miners, and miner actions cannot be used as a justification to redefine Bitcoin. The company will not by default do anything that would deprive users of their bitcoins (by eg. using S2X software without addressing replay attacks2, selling user bitcoins automatically, crediting BTC deposits only as S2X deposits, etc.). Providing access to S2X-coins is acceptable, however. The company will continue to provide normal service to Bitcoin (ie. non-S2X) users. Although bitcoin.org condemns contentious hard fork attempts such as S2X, we consider it tolerable for companies to support S2X in ways that do not contradict the above three points, such as by supporting both Bitcoin and S2X simultaneously as separate cryptocurrencies. By default, we will be using the following list of companies known to support S2X in our warning: 1Hash (China) Abra (United States) ANX (Hong Kong) Bitangel.com /Chandler Guo (China) BitClub Network (Hong Kong) Bitcoin.com (St. Kitts & Nevis) Bitex (Argentina) bitFlyer (Japan) Bitfury (United States) Bitmain (China) BitPay (United States) BitPesa (Kenya) BitOasis (United Arab Emirates) Bixin.com (China) Blockchain (UK) Bloq (United States) BTC.com (China) BTCC (China) BTC.TOP (China) BTER.com (China) Circle (United States) Civic (United States) Coinbase (United States) Coins.ph (Phillipines) CryptoFacilities (UK) Decentral (Canada) Digital Currency Group (United States) Filament (United States) Genesis Global Trading (United States) Genesis Mining (Hong Kong) GoCoin (Isle of Man) Grayscale Investments (United States) Jaxx (Canada) Korbit (South Korea) Luno (Singapore) MONI (Finland) Netki (United States) OB1 (United States) Purse (United States) Ripio (Argentina) Safello (Sweden) SFOX (United States) ShapeShift (Switzerland) SurBTC (Chile) Unocoin (India) Veem (United States) ViaBTC (China) Xapo (United States) Yours (United States) Notes “SegWit2x” has nothing to do with SegWit. SegWit is already activated, and was supported by an entirely different set of people. S2X claims to have replay protection, but their version requires extra manual steps in order to prevent loss of BTC. If you use S2X software without careful engineering, you are likely to lose any associated BTC.

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  56. Tue September 26th, 2017
  57. BraveNewCoin.com

    At USD$203 million, BitShares is the 49th largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. The asset has fallen sharply over the past 3 months, and now sits at ~11% of it’s previous June 2017 high.

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  58. Mon September 18th, 2017
  59. BitcoinMagazine

    The way we consume media content has been on a continual overhaul for the past two decades. Every aspect of media distribution has become more streamlined ...

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  60. Fri March 11th, 2016
  61. Dash.org

    Bitcoin, The Blockchain And The Future Of 'Decentralized' Conglomerates (Dash mentioned ; ) http://www.forbes.com/sites/rogeraitken/2016/03/10/bitcoin-3-0-tech-bitshares-built-on-decentralized-conglomerate-platform-surges/#2819a90239f8        

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  62. Wed January 6th, 2016
  63. Dash.org

    Crosspost from Dashtalk. Original post by Ryan Taylor, aka babygiraffe. The passing of a year is a time of unusual rituals around the world, both to celebrate the arrival of the new year, and to predict what that year might entail. The Spanish eat 12 grapes at midnight – one for each month of the coming year. Sweet ones portend a great month while sour ones predict less favorable ones. The Danish have a propensity to leap from chairs at the stroke of midnight, though I’m guessing this doesn’t do much to predict fortune in the coming year, unless someone ends up in the emergency room. The Chinese go all out, celebrating for 10-15 days, though their new year occurs somewhere between mid-January and mid-February every year. Despite all the differences around the world of when and how a new year is celebrated, almost all cultures seem to encourage taking stock of the year just past and making resolutions – or at least predictions – for the next one. As I take stock of this past year personally, it includes some good things and some bad things. The biggest change is that I got engaged and married to my best friend, so 2015 was clearly a great one – certainly one I will always remember. Dash was a big part of my 2015, too. At times, it may have seemed that 2015 was “The Year Of The Troll” as we fought the urge to respond to an incessant organized campaign of misinformation. When you look past the noise, however, and look at our accomplishments and the market’s response, it is clear that 2015 was nothing short of incredible. It’s worth recalling that Dash is very young for a top-ranked crypto-currency; Bitcoin is over 5 years older. Given where the Dash project is and what has been accomplished already, it is easy to forget that this is Dash’s very first full calendar year in existence. And yet, by almost any objective measure, Dash is doing amazingly well. Price is certainly one objective way to measure our success. While we’ve repeatedly stated that price appreciation is not an explicit goal of the project, the team believes price appreciation will result from a well-executed strategy. Dash finished 2014 at $1.91 vs. $3.31 at the end of 2015. Investors have made an astounding 73.3% return. Masternode operators have enjoyed additional rewards throughout the year for their efforts to support the network… Masternode operators that retain their Masternode payments easily achieved over 100% returns. These results compare favorably to Bitcoin’s 36.9% return for 2015. In terms of market cap, the numbers are even more amazing. We have grown from $9.54 million to $20.18 million, or 111.5% due in part to the growth in the number of coins. Our market cap growth also compares favorably to Bitcoin’s 50.7% increase. In terms of market cap ranking, we finished 2014 ranked as the #12 crypto-currency, below Dogecoin, Peercoin, Bitshares, Stellar, Nxt, MaidSafeCoin, Counterparty, and yes, even below Paycoin. Today, we have solidly secured the #5 position in the rankings, overtaking all of the previously mentioned coins. So it appears that the market is beginning to value our achievements and market potential. When you take stock of the accomplishments the Dash community has delivered, it is understandable why. We have the most active and engaged community in crypto. Our community is filled to the brim with contributors helping in a myriad of ways as their time and talents permit, something you just don’t see to the same extent with other coins. There is a strong feeling of comradery, respect, ownership, and appreciation in this community that attracts professional, hard-working, passionate advocates to our project. In addition, there seems to be a real spirit that we are doing something special and transformative that has the potential to literally change the world and people’s lives for the better. So just what has the community achieved this year? Like I said earlier, it’s truly amazing. There are so many incredible accomplishments, that I am forced to abandon prose in favor of a long bulleted list (that kot compiled… thank you kot!). Even at that, I am certain that many things have been missed, large and small. However, it is worth highlighting some of our key accomplishments. We had our first Dash-themed music video, which I have to admit, was not hard on the eyes. But, as much as you might have enjoyed that video, we are not all about marketing hype around here. We actually deliver innovation and are building out an amazing ecosystem surrounding ground-breaking technology, so I suppose I should highlight those things as well. First, we extended the use of our second network tier to perform more than simply mixing services. In February, we added InstantX, which allows instant confirmation of transactions, the first solution of its kind in the crypto space. In the same release, we migrated all of our code base to branch from Bitcoin instead of Litecoin. This allowed us to incorporate many recent improvements incorporated into Bitcoin. In March, we changed our brand from Darkcoin to Dash, which helped better position us for the mass market and align or brand with the broader capabilities we bring to the market besides anonymity. In May, we released the first ever voting by blockchain solution, which enabled yes / no voting on questions posed to the community. I believe the first vote was on whether that famous dress was black and blue, or white and gold. Clearly, the dress was white and gold. In August, we released the broadest set of changes ever deployed in a single release, consisting of some 21,000 new lines of code. It included decentralized governance and a budgeting system, yet another set of firsts in crypto… and that, it seems, has changed everything. The core team and community are now as empowered as ever. No longer is Dash beholden to the whims (and undue influence) of benefactors to try an idea. Anyone can submit a proposal, receive funding, and implement an idea if they can convince the community of its value. Plus, Masternode owners can more freely support good ideas, because they know that everyone else will be sharing in the burden of funding an initiative right along with them, rather than riding their coattails. As a result, starting in September, Dash has funded many amazing initiatives and truly accelerated its growth. We have purchased a new domain name, funded attendance at Bitcoin meetups and conferences, funded sponsorships, enabled a small salary for our developers and other contributors, engaged a public relations firm, and initiated integration with Lamassu ATMs to name but a few. Looking at this longer list of achievements, I am truly in awe and thankful to the community. Achievements 1. Technical / Development Stable implementation of the 2nd tier Added InstantX instant transactions: https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/darkcoin-now-supports-instant-transactions/ Blockchain based governance and network-funded budgeting system: https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/dash-implement-decentralized-governance-system/ Upgrade from Litecoin to Bitcoin Core codebase Release of the Dash wallet version 11 Release of the Dash wallet version 12 Added support for multi Masternode configurations from a single wallet Improved DarkSend speed and efficiency Implementation of the project governance framework Improvements to Masternode payment frequency Implementation of the Electrum-Dash wallet (together with TREZOR implementation): https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/display/DOC/Hardware Wallets Implementation of the Apple iPhone wallet: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/display/DOC/iPhone - DashWallet v.0.8.8 Implementation of the Android wallet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hashengineering.darkcoin.wallet Launch of Dash Evolution (3rd Tier, decentralized social data storage, social network functionality, an identity system, a decentralized API): https://www.dash.org/evolution/ 2. Marketing Re-branded Darkcoin to Dash New website coinciding with rebranding. More content, new design and multilingual (Chinese, Russian and Spanish) dash.org domain purchase Launched new website design project Creation of "What is Dash?" video and translated it to 20 languages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GACaNvBlwc Presentation at Barcelona Bitcoin Meetup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGlF-XFb19E     Presentation at Bitcoin Wednesday in Amsterdam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Jw5Gk-iuy0     Dash keynote in October and next two sessions in November and December Dash as a sponsor of Bitcoin Wednesday New contacts and relationships taken from the event Presentation at FinTech Amsterdam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1aULmuIAQs   LaBITconf 2015 in Mexico: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsnWxeyPwkE Evan's keynote during the conference New contacts and business relationships with key crypto industry representatives Tennis open advertisement Multiple community videos and marketing campaigns First Dash music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EZ8U5F8V1U 3. Business Development Establishment of new relationships Bitcoin Wednesday LaBITConf relationship and participation in the conference Koinbanx relationship established during conference in Mexico North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami Transform PR - they will support our PR and marketing efforts Merchants and services Initiated project of Dash integration with Lamassu BTMs Trezor hardware wallet for Dash Genesis Mining https://www.genesis-mining.com/ (offering cloud mining services for Dash) Additional merchants, for more details go to: https://dashtalk.org/threads/merchant-directory-listing-updated-oct-2015.3445/ 4. PR/Social media Extended Social Media Pages: 13 Pages (daily updates) 4-5 Chat Groups (incl, Slack, Telegram, IRC,....) China (as they can not access dash.org) Banner Ads on 8btc 8btc Community/ Wallet download page / Dash Section/ translations (100% News) Extended Social Media (QQ Group's) www.dashpay.cn ready but not launched yet Spain Banner Ads Translation / Publishing News / Giveaway Extended Social Media (FB page) Portugal Banner Ads Translation / Publishing News / Giveaway Extended Social Media (FB page + Telegram Chat Group) Russia http://dash.org.ru Translation / Publishing News / a lot of community PR Extended Social Media (FB page) Wiki + YouTube (Guides) YouTube 502 subscribers, 56,132 views, 120 Videos (incl different languages + Subtitles) Dash Wiki (99% up to date, incl Guides, Videos, Explanations, Help, Q n A,....) 5. Organizational Dash Strategy: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/display/OC/Dash Strategy Mission and Vision statement: https://dashtalk.org/threads/dash-mission-and-vision-statement.4998/ New core team members: moocowmoo, fulltimegeek, balu, __kot__ and many others Migration to Slack and defined roles in our virtual organization Kudos go out to the entire community. This list is truly awe-inspiring when you consider the amount of work that went into each of those accomplishments. The list of community members that deserve accolades this year would extend to pages, and I would truly struggle where to draw the line. You know who you are. I would be remiss if I didn’t specifically recognize the vision and commitment of the founder of our project, Evan Almighty. We are lucky to have a leader with as much vision and commitment as he brings to this project. 2015 was not without its challenges, however. The price sank to as low as $1.16 in January, which may have rattled a few believers. For those that have stuck with this project, it has been rewarding both monetarily and otherwise. Another challenge was the trolls, which weren’t all bad. They frequently bumped our BCT thread and provided endless entertainment for those of us that didn’t put them on ignore. We’ve also needed to focus on improving our deployment process for major releases, which has markedly improved already. Bitfinex dropping Dash was a disappointment. At the time, volumes were pretty low, so I can’t blame them for a tough business decision. Time will tell if it was a wise one. As we turn our attention to 2016, we have many challenges ahead; many we can’t even predict. However, it is fair to say that we are as competitively positioned as any point in our history to continue dealing with our challenges, delivering on our strategy, and capturing market share. To me, it is plainly obvious why. I don’t think any sane and knowledgeable person would argue that what Bitcoin needs right now – more than anything else – is more security. They already possess the equivalent computing power of over 100 Googles to secure their network. Meanwhile, I continue seeing headlines like “Bitcoin Foundation’s Days May Be Numbered”. Yet Bitcoin – and virtually every other coin out there – continues to explicitly allocate 100% of the network rewards toward that solitary purpose in the form of mining. Dash offers a differentiated solution to the crypto market, one that allocates the network’s resources more efficiently than any other coin, and has the governance in place to change that allocation as needed to address other needs, such as development, marketing, business development, legal, or any number of other priorities. We are currently 0.32% the market cap of Bitcoin, but I don’t see how we could stay there. Considering the sustainable competitive advantages we possess, and the differentiated solutions we offer end-users, I believe Dash will capture sizable markets serving use cases that our network is particularly well-suited to address. I will stop short of making any specific predictions for 2016. Although the title above promises a crystal ball, alas I do not have one. To be fair, I have already made more of a prediction than Fernando did in Dash’s first birthday post from last January. It read, “…there is no telling what [Dash] will achieve by its 2nd Birthday”. Besides, predictions have a funny way of later making you look quite stupid. Instead, I will end with my new year’s resolution, one that I do not intend to break. I am increasing my commitment to the Dash project. I will apply substantial time, skills, and resources towards its success in the coming year. I am starting my 2016 commitment with a self-funded trip to Miami, additional responsibilities on the core team, and purchasing another masternode. In a sense, I am also ending with a call to action… I hope to inspire many of you to also find at least one more way you can contribute. Find some additional time in your busy schedule, vote on the proposals, introduce Dash to people you meet, or start your first masternode. If we all made contributions large and small, what will we be saying at the end of 2016? What will the world be saying about us at the end of 2016? Time will tell. Now go eat 12 grapes. I hope each one is the sweetest you’ve ever tasted. Happy New Year everyone!

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