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Dash (DASH) Rank 13
$162.890544
Dash (DASH) Rank 13
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8,385,424 DASH

Dash (DASH)
Dash (DASH)
DASH

Dash (DASH) Price
$162.89

Dash (DASH) 24h Vol
$171,015,590

Dash (DASH) Market Cap
$1,365,906,222

Dash (DASH) Circulating
8,385,424

Full Name
Dash (DASH)
Symbol
DASH
Algorithm
X11
BTC Price
0.0247228779 BTC
BTC Market
207,312 BTC
BTC 24h Vol
25,956 BTC
Total Coins Mined
8,385,424 DASH
1h
-0.06 %
24h
-1.09 %
7d
-9.15 %
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Description

Description


Dash (DASH) uses a new chained hashing algorithm approach, with many new scientific hashing algorithms for the proof-of-work. DASH aims to be the first privacy-centric cryptographic currency with fully encrypted transactions and anonymous block transactions, this feature is called PrivateSend and can be found on the official Dashcore wallet.

PrivateSend mixes your DASH coins with other users who are also using this feature at the time, making your transactions untraceable. 

Users can also earn Dash rewards by hosting a master node to help maintain the Blockchain. One must have a balance of at least 1000 DASH in order to host a Dash master node, this collateral is required to avoid 51% attacks on the network.

Click here for Masternode stats from masternodes.online.

Full Name Dash (DASH)
Start Date N/A
Algorithm X11
Proof Type PoW/P
Website http://dash.org
Twitter @Dashpay
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DashPay/
Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/dashpay/
Block Number 918906
Block Time 140
Block Reward 3
Total Coins Mined 8,385,424 DASH
Previous Total Coins Mined 8,252,310
Net Hashes Per Second 1,434,704,480,612,800.00 H/s
Technology

Technology


  • Difficulty retargets each block
  • Block reward decreases each block according to the formula:
    BaseReward = (MSupply - A)/218, where MSupply = (264 - 1) atomic units and 'A' is amount of already generated coins
  • POW mechanism is a voting system for users
Features

Features


  • Untraceable payments
  • Unlinkable transactions
  • Double-spending proof
  • Blockchain analysis resistance
  • Egalitarian proof of work
  • Adaptive limits