Dash is ranked at #17 above IOTA and Chainlink on coinmarketcap. The trading volume recorded is $193.831 million, whereas the supply has 9,020,827 DASH coins in play. As of this instant, the total market cap of DASH is $729.153 million. A minute drop of 0.19% was felt in the course of the past 24-hours, which brought the price of DASH all the way down to $80.83.
Dash got listed on Exchange.Bitcoin.com 2 days ago when the website pertaining to the exchange went LIVE. A meetup [for Dash enthusiasts] is scheduled to transpire in the midst of Saigon Vietnam after a period of 10 days.
If you’d like to know more information pertaining to this planned event, head to this link which redirects to Facebook. What separates Dash from the rest of the projects in the market is its user-friendly interface; retail investors have backed this venture for a long period of time.
Yes, more merchants have been persuaded to connect their Dash wallet than any other coin
Plus plus Bonus!! Now the live, interactive Anypay Map shows which coins are accepted
— Anypay (@Anypay_) September 1, 2019
The DASH listing on the newly unveiled exchange associated with Bitcoin.com has been questioned. This is because this particular network has earned the wrath of BTC and LTC fans in recent times [because of Roger Ver’s involvement]. Karen Hsu, the CEO of BlockchainIntel believes that most terrorists and other kinds of criminals use Bitcoin [rather than ZCash, Dash or Monero] in order to fund illegal activities.
Such statements may bring give rise to a flurry of debates on social media. As scammers will soon be monitored diligently, blacklisted coins will lose half their value and as a whole, work against mass adoption of Bitcoin. This matter needs to be tackled.