OKEx Korea Reviewing Decision to Delist Privacy Coins Zcash and Dash
OKEX Korea is reconsidering a decision to delist the privacy coins zcash and dash it announced in September.
Dash is derivative of Litecoin, which is a derivative of Bitcoin and was created by Evan Duffield in January of 2014. It was originally known as Darkcoin but later rebranded as Dash in March of 2015. It uses a mix of miners and masternodes to validate transactions. A unique feature of Dash, is that it has has masternodes that stake at least 1000 DASH that have the ability to instantly confirm transactions. Transaction speed can be increased through masternode only validation which excludes miners. Privacy can also be enabled through "PrivateSend" transactions that mix units. Dash has a voting system in place that can enable quick changes in governance if required rather than having a hard fork.Blockchain 101
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