Dash (formerly known as Darkcoin and XCoin) is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that offers all the same features as Bitcoin but also has advanced capabilities, including instant transactions (InstantSend), private transactions (PrivateSend), and decentralized governance (DGBB). Dash's decentralized governance and budgeting system makes it the first decentralized autonomous organization. Dash uses a two-tier architecture to power its network. The first tier consists of miners who secure the network and write transactions to the blockchain. The second tier consists of master nodes which enable the advanced features of Dash.

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Dash was founded in 2014

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Bitcoin gets bad rap from JPMorgan CEO

What is your reaction to Mr Dimon's opinion of cryptocurrencies? Will they slip away into irrelevance? Or are they the future? The post Bitcoin gets bad rap from JPMorgan CEO appeared first on Computer Business Review.

Wonder Workshop’s new CleverBot educational robots can grasp natural language

Wonder Workshop has unveiled two new CleverBots robots for children, dubbed Cue and Dot. The robots are designed to inspire children and teens to be creative and learn how to program robots. The robots from San Mateo, California-based Wonder Workshop are among many educational robots that are design…

Elon Musk Says Tesla Is Working On a Dash Cam Feature

Owners will be able to watch their vehicle at all times.

Amazon closes Whole Foods acquisition. Here’s what’s next

ANALYSIS: Amazon closed its $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods Market today, kicking off a new chapter not only for these two players but for the entire retail industry. The companies, which outlined their plans in a joint statement last week, are wasting no time making changes that will affect t…

Forex Trading Broker AvaTrade now offers Bitcoin Cash (BCHUSD)

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Israel’s Meitav Dash pulls out of buyout deal with London-based XIO: Reuters

Meitav Dash, Israel's second-largest investment house, pulled out of a deal to be bought out by London-based private equity firm XIO, saying XIO had changed the terms from the initial offer, Reuters reported.
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