DASH Crypto turns 6 years old! Exodus interview with Amanda B. Johnson

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DASH cryptocurrency turns six! Kris Merkel from Exodus wallet sits down with Amanda B. Johnson of the DASH community to talk about DASH’s `Evolution`, masternodes, cryptocurrency governance, DASH proposals, privacy, DASH Insta-sends, the D-API, and the future of DASH.

DASH is one of the longest cryptocurrency projects dating back to 2014 and was one of the first five blockchain assets in the Exodus wallet. It remains in the top 20 for market cap.

00:00 Introductions
03:30 DASH Privacy on a protocol level
07:00 DASH Governance/ Masternodes
10:30 the DASH difference – unique characteristics of DASH
13:00 Insta-sends and wallet support
16:00 D-API – DASH Decentralized API
20:00 How to acquire DASH and future predictions

Links mentioned in the video:

Cash Alternative TV: (documentation) (play on testnet) (general overview of Dash) (wallets)

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  1. My Exodus wallet got hacked when nobody knew the passphrase except for me (also, I had made no transactions). The $2,500 worth bitcoins I had on my exodus wallet became 0, I contacted the support and they just sent me one email (which I think was auto-generated) and then, I was ignored. It has happened before to others too. Check this out:

  2. You don't have to run a masternode or connect to a masternode directly to detect InstantSend locks or ChainLocks, a regular full node is enough (that's how the "official" desktop wallet do this). In fact, even SPV wallets can do this securely, that's how "official" iOS and Android wallets work. Check Dash Improvements Proposals for more technical info and corresponding github repos for SPV implementations

  3. Thanks for the interview, Chris. I love the Exodus wallet. Best user experience in crypto, by far.

    The only thing I really find myself wanting is support for using a new address with each Dash transaction.

    At this point maybe it makes more sense to go straight for Dash username support when it lands on mainnet. Do you have plans to support that?

    Also, if I’m not mistake you shouldn’t need a Dash masternode in order to recognize InstantSend payment, just a normal full node. InstantSend transactions just include some extra metadata on the transaction that your code needs to look for.

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