The 8th February 2018 will mark two years since the Decred mainnet launched. Over the last 12 months the project has continued to make monumental progress towards developing the first truly decentralized cryptocurrency that is open, scalable, private, self-funded and autonomous.
The primary role of a Stakeholder is to govern Decred via the on-chain consensus voting system and the Decred Proposal System, Politeia. Decred Stakeholders have a real say in how the network is upgraded, developed and marketed
Yet again, it’s been another busy few months for Decred! In the wake of the Atomic Swap release we’ve had several new developers jump aboard, three new exchange listings, a growing presence at conferences and events, and a new Decred community YouTube show.
Who makes consensus change decisions for Bitcoin, and how?Amongst the cryptocurrency community, I feel that there is somewhat of a distorted reality with regards to who ultimately decides for Bitcoin to hard fork to a new set of consensus rules.
So, you know that Decred aims to take decentralization to a whole new level, right? We’re talking a decentralized cryptocurrency with decentralized decision-making, decentralized funding, and decentralized development.
ver the last few months we have seen a steady rise in demand for Decred right across the board. We’ve had a big increase in the number of people joining our community on all social networks, hash rate is booming
There’s been a lot of debate recently within the Decred community about what the name “Decred” really stands for. We know that Decred means Decentralized Credits, but what exactly are Decentralized Credits?