Dash Team Member to Disappear With Money

Four month ago, MooCowMoo, masternode's admin, shut down its services and promised to return funds in week or two, still no luck
03 December 2019   101

The leading consultant of the Dash Core Group under the nickname MooCowMoo holds the money of investors and does not contact them, Bitcoinist writes.

On Sunday, a Dash forum user posted a message saying that on August 10, MooCowMoo masternode service clients received a notification that the service will shut down. The organizer of the service promised to return deposits to the source addresses of investors within a week or two, "as far as time permits." However, customers claim that they did not receive the assets after four months.

Another user joined the discussion and stated that they had not received any messages from MooCowMoo either since September.

Also might be worth involving the Dash core group as this reflects really badly on Dash, particularly as he was a prominent member of the team.
 

Scombo 

User, Dash Forum

The response was quit simple.

there is power in numbers.
 

tungfa

Dash Core Group

The identity of MooCowMoo remains unknown. According to the archived version of the dash.org website, a previously anonymous consultant was presented in a section with information about individuals whose work is related to ensuring the operational activities of the project. After the website was redesigned, information about it was not re-added.

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Dash is currently the 22nd largest crypto asset.

Coinbase to Consider New Assets Listing

Algorand, Cosmos, Dash, Decred, Matic, Harmony, Ontology and Waves are being considered as possible candidates for including on the trading platform
06 August 2019   714

Coinbase, the largest US cryptocurrency company, is considering listing new digital assets on its platform.

Among the applicants for listing, tokens of the following projects are: Algorand, Cosmos, Dash, Decred, Matic, Harmony, Ontology and Waves.

So, Coinbase expects over time to provide users with access to 90% of the total cryptocurrency market capitalization.

However, company representatives emphasized that legal compliance issues in a number of jurisdictions could seriously affect plans to add these assets.

Tezos (XTZ) was the last in the listing of the site, after which its price immediately increased by almost 30%.

Recently Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said his company is committed to creating an open financial system and forcing “100 million people to start using cryptocurrencies.”