As we’ve seen throughout this DCRDATA series, there is a wealth of information on offer to help you better understand how the project is performing. DCRDATA is the place, if you need to validate information for Decred’s hybrid blockchain.
On Saturday 8th, of May 2021 at block 552,448 Decred passed a vote to introduce a new Treasury Spending rule, where stakeholders vote to approve how funds are spent. This is yet another milestone in Decred's history, making it increasing more decentralised.
In this article, we’ll look at several items from the DCRDATA menu bar, which can be useful but are all too often overlooked, specifically we’ll look at the Cost to attack calculator, chain parameters and agendas.
This time out, we'll be looking at how the economy has played out over the last few years and where it might be headed. The idea of a two tiered economy isn't new, but is becoming more relevant.
Block explorers offer a wealth of information, and DCRDATA is leaps and bounds above even the most popular explorers. There is still more to cover and in real terms we’ve only just scratched the surface, but this is a good point in our journey to say, comparing data is
Everything you need to know about Decred is on-chain! The transaction charts tell the story of increased network participation.
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