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Dash is an open-source cryptocurrency. It is an altcoin that was forked from the Bitcoin protocol. It is also a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) run by a subset of its users, which are called "masternodes". The currency permits transactions that can be untraceable.

Dash (DASH) is among the most popular but also the more controversial cryptocurrencies in the space today.

Part of a piece published in 2018 for BITCOIN MAGAZINE and written BY AARON VAN WIRDUM that explains Why Dash Is Not Really That Private

Privacy Dash actually offers one particular privacy feature, called Private Send. The Private Send feature is conveniently offered in a drop-down menu of the Dash Core full node client and in other Dash wallets.

Private Send is really an implementation of CoinJoin, the privacy solution first proposed for Bitcoin by Bitcoin Core developer Gregory Maxwell. In Private Send, three users add their coins together in one big transaction, which sends the coins to freshly generated addresses belonging to the same three users. As such, the coins are effectively mixed between the three participants, breaking the blockchain trail of ownership between them. This process can be automatically repeated up to eight times, with (hopefully) different mixing participants, for extra privacy.

Like any CoinJoin solution, Private Send does require someone to construct the CoinJoin transaction. This is done using Dash’s master nod system. Dash users that wish to mix their coins contact a random masternode, which then collects the coins from the different users, and mashes them together in the CoinJoin transaction. It’s important to note that the masternode cannot steal the coins.

However, it does mean that Dash users must trust the masternodes with their privacy. After all, the mixing masternodes can link the sending and receiving addresses together; they know exactly which coins are going where. If these masternodes are run by spies or share their information with spies (on purpose or by accident), the Dash users gain less than nothing: They don’t have privacy while revealing that they would have liked to have privacy.

Granted, if a Dash user mixes his coins more than once, the odds should decrease that all mixing masternodes leak this information.* However, to optimize uptime (and collect block rewards), many masternodes appear to be run from virtual private servers that could be compromised relatively easily in one go, for example by government-sponsored spies. Further, many masternodes could be controlled by the same people (keep in mind that some 25 percent of all coins were mined in the first week), which means switching between them might not even help that much.

It’s also worth noting that Private Send does require users to take the specific step of mixing, which in turn requires time, effort and comes with a (modest) fee. As such, only users who care about privacy are likely to partake in the mixing process; users who feel they have nothing to hide will not. This has the potential downside that mixing itself could be considered a suspect. And while the trail of ownership is broken on the blockchain, the history of mixing is still visible.


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Delivery driver (Former Employee) says

"always changing things everyday and they do not value you at all. One of the worst places i've ever worked for and i am so glad to not be working here anymore."

Delivery Driver (Former Employee) says

"One of the worst companies I’ve ever worked for or associated with. Management isn’t supportive or really there for times of need. The pay is at the bottom of the totem pole, as well as the respect they show their employees. When you see Dash Delivery, dash for the door"

Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"You will always be expected to do others work with no extra compensation. They will try to get over on you any way possible. There are always at least 5 call outs everyday. You may only be rescued once but do 30 or more for others. Get your money and go"

Driver/Operator (Former Employee) says

"You have no life working for this company, your called in constantly to cover other employees. Pay is far below other competing jobs. My advice would be to look elsewhere for work. Cons: And stay away."

Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"Unrealistic work expectations from Managers and Dispatch. If you want to finish your huge route in time, you will find yourself not taking your mandated lunch break, and relieving yourself into a bottle. The vehicles are not maintained regularly, and I am not just talking about oil changes. Some vehicles have had low brake fluid warnings on for weeks, bald tires, cracked or straight up missing windows. If you get into a situation where the van is stuck or unable to drive, requesting a tow truck is a hassle. They will ask you first if you can continue to deliver packages on a flat tire than ask if you are doing ok and send a tow truck over. If there is a long and unkept driveway on a hill, they do not want you to drive the van down it for the risk of getting stuck, they say "use your best judgement", but it is always open for interpretation and you will never do the right thing in their eyes. You are at risk of falling down a slippery driveway carrying multiple packages with no medical coverage offered to you. The horrible pay is not worth putting yourself through this. I am also scared that in the event that I cause an accident due to a malfunction on the neglected cargo van, the company will hold me liable for the damages. We conduct inspections in the mornings before driving and report all the issues, but anything rarely gets fixed. Managers have a "leadership by email" approach, they are only available at a manager email account. We have no other way of communicating with them, and they are rarely open to constructive criticism and suggestions. Cons: Everything else"

17.oo (Former Employee) says

"They nice when you get the job then they treat you very bad. They lie everything. Do not work here. They do not care about you. Do not work here. They get pay 2week you all was check it. Cons: No breaks"

Core driver/Dispatcher (Current Employee) says

"I've worked here for 8 months. No benefits at all. No direct deposit for pay. Constant changing in management. Constant changing in job description and requirements. Cons: No benefits. No holidays off or paid holidays."

Operations Manager (Former Employee) says

"Not a good place to work. They do not listen to the employees. They do not follow State and federal safety laws. Even when it is bright to their attention. They push a lot under the rug. Cons: All"

Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"They constantly overload drivers with deliveries. 250-300+ packages a day. Management is almost non-exsistant. Dispatch treats people like they're morons. Pay is minimal. I was injured at work and no light duty jobs are given."

Driver Support (Former Employee) says

"Fast-paced, high-profile position with a lot of responsibility that doesn't match the pay. Lots of communication with other employees/drivers with no protection from their false accusations if they're having a bad day."

delivery driver (Former Employee) says

"The job boasts "competitive" wages which means they only plan to pay you what they can get away with and chalk it up to "what others in the area are paying". This doesn't take into account the long distances over challenging terrain (like the coastal areas) and the long hours going to and from the destination. I was shocked that I was only going to receive 11.50 an hour to lift very heavy product and drive it down destinations as far as Eureka, California. This should have been a job starting in at least the 13.50-15.00 an hour range. If you want this position, then get ready to have no homelife. Other positions have you getting to the warehouse in freezing temps and sorting your product for your route. I was perplexed at how there are several people on the job that had been there quite a long time and they seemed to love it. I was shocked that it was because most of them all subscribed to the same faith and all went to the same church. (get ready for fellowship while on route). The positions overall were high turnover. Who would want to put up with low pay and the stress unless you thought you were doing it for your fellow bethren? At any rate, I do not recommend this company at all. That isn't to say my fellow employees and management were not nice people. They would sure look at you with smile on their while not having a CLUE as to what you are going through. Cons: LOW pay for putting yourself in harms way at the Smith recreation area"

Driver (Former Employee) says

"Not a good company to work for. Hardly any proper training and what training you do get is by driver with little knowledge or experience. Management and supervisors are ineffective or not knowledgeable in the field. Sparatic scheduling and low pay make employees stressed and inefficient. Schedules change often without notice. Routes Are not efficient and chaotic often having to figure out what to do with no help from management. Sometimes dangerous working conditions and unsafe practices are expected. Equipment is often unreliable and not well maintained. Expected to do tasks without knowing exactly how to do them, then when it isn't done correctly employees are reprimanded. Very stressful and not a long term option for employment in my opinion."

Package Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"This company is very poorly managed. The people who manage don't communicate very well and often let the workers suffer as a result. There is also no benefits package besides minimum health care and very little room for job advancement and raises are pretty much the stuff of dreams. Pay is low for this field. Do not recommend working here."

Delivery Driver/Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"It was very bad, we where forced to jump 2 hour+ in start times just because of the overall bad performance of the majority of the employed drivers. The management was nice but there was obvious favoritisim and I was used for training but not compensated any more for it."

Minion (Former Employee) says

"This company had no balls it was obvious that they were totally sucking up to Amazon in every way they could. Poor compensation for driving our own vehicles only an extra $2 an hour rather than by the mile. Impossible to get full-time hours unless you killed yourself doing it. They would let Amazon take hours from us butthen expect us and then months down the road to man that we"

Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"Extremely difficult to get help with a very confusing and dis-functioning software. It does not allow me any flexibility of hours or areas in spite of claims that it does."

Driver/ dock worker (Former Employee) says

"they want you available all the time for them to call on you and well if you get sick or take time off you may end up with the not great route or barly any hours"

Amazon Delivery Driver (Former Employee) says

"The work is mindless, the people are driven. Management doesn't commute the best but better than other jobs. The vehicle maintenance was the worst I've ever seen"

Office Staff (Former Employee) says

"n a typical day in my last position I fulfilled management tasks of opening and closing the facility, as well as overseeing a staff of seven individuals. Throughout the day I completed various administrative duties as well, including answering phones, drafting documents and emails, filing and greeting customers. I also provided strong customer service and resolved customer issues."

Delivery Driver and Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"Amazon employees wouldn't defend us against customers who are belligerent. I hated working for this company.but I needed money for the family I'm starting, my fiance is almost 7 months pregnant with our first child and I'm really looking forward to getting some employment soon"

Former Employee - Network Engineer says

"I worked at Dash Technologies full-time for less than a year Cons: could never get along with management"

Current Employee - Technical Expert says

"I have been working at Dash Technologies full-time for less than a year Cons: The company hiring process itself is a flaw they will fool the candidate that they are working for the project but the actual work would be different no proper salary structure no benefits like PF ESIC to the employee so any technical guy if you applied for this company and they asked you to work in shift then you wont be working on any project you wont gain any experience"

Former Employee - Sales Associate says

"I worked at Dash Technologies full-time for less than a year Cons: Management is good for nothing.i had worked there for 4 minths and tjose 4 months were very bad 4 mothns of my life i am holding 3 yeras of experience in corporate world i have never seen a organization like this they will force you to put your resignation"

Former Employee - Technical Recruiter says

"I worked at Dash Technologies full-time for less than a year Cons: Unprofessional work culture, Falsification of resumes and bad marketing structure. Lack of good clients and inability to maintain a good client and consultant relationship. Zero training and support Unrealistic expectation from employees Very bad payment structure. highly unethical environment"

Current Employee - Lead Generation Executive says

"I have been working at Dash Technologies full-time Cons: ->Salary-Delay a bit ->Incentives not on time."

Former Employee - Senior HR Generalist says

"I worked at Dash Technologies full-time for more than a year Cons: No cab facility in night shifts."

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