PAYING DASH CLOUD MINING

7th November 2016

DASH CLOUD MINING COMPANIES

HOUSEHASH

HOUSEHASH

HOUSEHASH INTRODUCTION HOUSEHASH have started as small mining service and as each mining RIGs owner wanted to get maximum profit using the same hardware. They have read about merged mining [READ MORE]
GENESIS MINING

GENESIS MINING

GENESIS MINING INTRODUCTION GENESIS MINING is the world's leading and most transparent hosted hashpower provider for Bitcoin and Altcoins. Reliable & Customer Oriented. They are heavily investing in the best available [READ MORE]
Hashflare

HASHFLARE

HASHFLARE INTRODUCTION HASHFLARE is a new range of cloudmining services brought to you by the HashCoins team of cryptomining experts. Their team has been involved with cryptocurrencies since the inception of Bitcoin [READ MORE]
BITCLUB NETWORK

BITCLUB NETWORK

BITCLUB NETWORK INTRODUCTION BITCLUB NETWORK is not owned by any single person or entity, they are a team of experts, entrepreneurs, professionals, network marketers, and programming geeks who have all [READ MORE]
EOBOT

EOBOT

EOBOT INTRODUCTION EOBOT is the easiest, cheapest, and best way to get or mine Bitcoins. Whether or not you use our Cloud Mining or your own hardware, you can mine any [READ MORE]
NICEHASH

NICEHASH

NICEHASH INTRODUCTION NICEHASH is operating since 2014 and it's the only cryptocurrency investment marketplace where miners (sellers) can mine different altcoins and get regular and anonymous payments directly in Bitcoins and [READ MORE]


DASH

Initially released as XCoin, then known as DarkCoin, Dash is a cryptocurrency aimed at bringing privacy back to transactions. This is something the Dash community feels Bitcoin has lost. Dash changed its name so as to distance itself from the growing notoriety of the DarkWeb. Dash uses X11, which is a chained hashing algorithm, instead of SHA-256 like Bitcoin, or Scrypt like Litecoin. This method allows CPUs and GPUs to both compete in mining.

Dash uses Darksend as a method of achieving privacy in transactions. For this, it uses Masternodes. These are similar to Bitcoin tumblers, in a way. Transactions are all sent to a Masternode. Identical inputs are all into one transaction with various outgoing transactions. This process can be done multiple times to increase the obfuscation of the transactions. You can find out more about Dash at www.dashpay.io


DASH

DASH INTRODUCTION VIDEO

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