10K Visits Milestone for Decredible

Decredible has grown very fast. Today – about 2 months after launch – we have reached the milestone of 10 thousand visits. We have provided news updates and information about Decred to more than unique 1700 visitors. If you like the work we are doing: keep sharing our content and donate some DCR if you can.   We thank you all for your Decredible support. We will keep sharing relevant news and important information. Time period: Visitors Visits Last 30 Days: 863 5027 Total: 1707 10174 This table has been created using WP Statistics.

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Brave New Coin writes about Decred

The world is beginning to notice the story of Decred. Today the well-known website Brave New Coin (BNC) published an article called “Decred launches decentralized voting process for blockchain protocol changes”. You can read the article here: https://bravenewcoin.com/news/decred-launches-decentralized-voting-process-for-blockchain-protocol-changes/ BNC provides news and insights. The coverage spans every aspect of the Digital Currency and Blockchain Ecosystem, including its impact on the greater FinTech and Payments space. BNC publishes regular Tech Wraps, Weekly Market Updates, features, interviews and a steady stream of industry thought-leader guest posts.

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Free timestamp service on the Blockchain

News from the official Decred blog! As described in the 2017 Decred Roadmap, an important goal is to let each community member participate in the governance of Decred. To achieve this goal, a brand new proposal system is being developed. The proposal system will have two components: a blockchain-based timestamping service and a transparent version-controlled database of proposals. The recent blog post has revealed dcrtime, the public timestamping service. The primary motivation for dcrtime is the desire for the proposal system to have maximum transparency and accountability, while having a minimal onchain footprint. Dcrtime was written by Marco Peereboom over the past couple months and is the result of collaboration between Marco, Jake Yocom-Piatt… Read More

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New on Reddit: Ask Me Anything

News from the Decred Subreddit! As you can read on this thread, there will be a weekly Ask Me Anything (AMA) with members of the Decred Team. This initiative was launched to promote community involvement and to increase transparency of the Decred Project. The first AMA will take place this Thursday (June 8th) with Lead developer Dave Collins, and several other members of the Decred Team.

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Privacy and Smart Contract developers WANTED

Development work to complete the 2017 Decred Roadmap is happening right now. Two essential new features are privacy and smart contracts. We invite you all to join the development work. There are funds secured to contract developers with the right skills and experience. Decred is calling for collaboration so that the community will have the ability to vote on multiple implementations. Check out the #privacy and #smart_contracts channels on the Decred Slack. Anyone interested can contact @raedah on Slack.

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Hard Fork voting update

Decred is the first cryptocurrency to implement on-chain hard fork voting. Moreover, it seems that the Decred community has already approved the first Hard Fork – completely decentralised. What are we voting for? The first vote includes proposals to start Lightning Network development and to change the PoS Algorithm. The first topic was announced in the 2017 Decred Roadmap, the second topic was brought in by the community (in particular by those who take part in PoS mining). The Hard Fork voting process itself is described in docs.decred.org/getting-started/user-guides/agenda-voting Preliminary results At all times, there are up-to-date statistics available. If you are interested, check voting.decred.org and dcrstats.com.  The statistics show that voter turnout is high. It means… Read More

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100000+ Downloads of the Decred software

Since the start of Decred many new users have joined the project. Recently we have witnessed the 1.0 launch, which has introduced many innovative features to the network. One famous example is Hard Fork Voting. On the official Decred website you can see that the Decred software has now been downloaded over 100K times. This is another milestone for the project! The latest release can always be found on github: github.com/decred/decred-release/releases All the software is open source. Feel free to join the development team or suggest improvements. Together we create the future of Decred!

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