Rewards.com cooperates with Dash to give Rewards in Dash

Rewards.com adopted Dash coin into its platform: this will give members the ability to perform crypto rewards to clients directly for retail purchases
08 June 2018   695

The opportunity to reward the users with Dash is the first stage to the full acceptance. Dash Core’s head of business development Brad Zastrow claimed this is an important stepping stone for wide adoption. Currently it is only delivered as reward points for buys with regular fiat currency, and, nevertheless, this is set to change.

This is the next step for Dash in our goal of achieving widespread mainstream adoption. The partnership with a high caliber business like Rewards.com lowers the barrier to entry by eliminating the complication for those unfamiliar with digital asset exchanges. No longer do people need to buy, mine or trade for Dash. With this partnership, everyday consumers can earn Dash simply by shopping, which has never been done before on this platform. We believe our new alliance will encourage consumers to explore alternative options for payments and bring added value to loyalty rewards programs, particularly for an increasingly tech-savvy audience.
Todd Rowan
CEO, Co-Founder, Rewards.com

Dash is known as an open-source project that delivers safe decentralized financial solutions. Dash is like digital cash, spent easily and instantly online and at merchants and service providers worldwide. Rewards.com suggests a global loyalty solution to provide the first consumer and retail-focused rewards token platform. Dash will be fully integrated as a payment form on the site by the end of 2018. This will enable a host of additional retail purchases with Dash.

Dealers to Sell Drugs For Crypto in Korea

Nine criminals arrested; they were accepting DarkCoin (Dash) cryptocurrency
25 December 2018   215

The authorities of South Korea detained nine people accused of distributing drugs for cryptocurrency, Finance Magnates reports.

As prosecutors of central district of Seoul announced on Sunday, the alleged criminals were involved in the distribution of drugs in Darkweb, and even created a separate website for this. Over time, he began to attract more and more visitors. Between March and November, there were 636 people in their community. To date, the site has been closed. It is noted that this is the first such operation of the South Korean authorities in the darkweb.

The detainees are also accused of growing marijuana and selling homemade hashish. In addition, they ordered other psychoactive substances abroad and distributed them to local residents. The owner and developer of the site among other things charged with the use of marijuana.

For financial transactions, dealers used the DarkCoin cryptocurrency (note - obviously, they mean Dash, which received its current name in 2015). Now, the authorities intend to keep 100 million won ($ 88,700), received from the practice of illegal activities.

Earlier this year, British police confiscated at least 300 bitcoins worth about $ 1.7 million owned by drug dealers and money launderers who used cryptocurrency to conceal their activities. In the US, the problem is even more ambitious - in June, 35 people were detained, from whom a total of $ 20 million was withdrawn in cryptocurrencies.