Welcome to DACash!

Every day, more and more people understand the change and benefits that cryptocurrencies bring to our world. Cryptocurrency is inherently a morally-neutral technology. By aligning incentives in the morally-neutral nature of cryptocurrencies can be transformed into a positive and powerful force of change in our world. DACash is an open source cryptocurrency that’s designed to offer a greater level of accessibility and user-friendliness than many existing crypto-assets. DACash is Digital Cash builds on Bitcoin feature set and offers InstantSend payments that confirm in less than one second. DACash also offers immense security, with all transactions confirmed by of X11 ASIC computing power on distributed servers. The end result is a currency that’s easy to use, fast and secure. Since its launch in June 2018, DACash has built its network and now features about 1000 masternodes around the world. As its known, the decentralisation of cryptocurrency is achieved by the fact that each node of the network is capable of validating transactions independently by storing of its own replica of the blockchain that it can use without relying on other services. Users can share their nodes for connection to others, which is important for network enlargement and speed of initial synchronisation of new connecting nodes and speed of message distribution. At the same time, users do not have to do this, leaving the right to keep their node in a passive mode without publishing it.
DACPaper v1.0 (12/2018)


✓ Design stage

✓ Project development

✓ Domain registration

✓ Team creation

✓ First Compilation

✓ Network Tests

✓ Computer simulation

✓ Analysis and adjustments

✓ Graphic design

✓ Website construction

✓ Blockchain explorer

✓ Launch

✓ Official Announcement

✓Network Launch 07/06/18

✓ Social media accounts

✓ First pools

Own pool (only if necessary)

✓ Start of mining PoW

✓ Masternode setup script

✓ Masternodes reward start


✓ Exchange listing

✓ Airdrop (BiteBTC)

✓ Mining profitability websites

✓ Blockfolio listing

✓ CryptoCompare listing

✓ Coinlib listing

(LIVE) Marketing campaign


✓ CoinGecko listing

CoinMarketCap listing

✓ Working-out for Internet of Things (IoT)

✓ Deployment

✓ Computer simulation

✓ Analysis and adjustments

✓ Integration Internet of Things (“IoT”)

✓ Marketing campaign

✓ Further developments


New Exchange listing

Scaling DACash Ecosystem

Press-release Bl&IoT Software

Marketing campaign

Open source
In the DACash team we believe in openness and transparency, we support the open source idea, all of our developments will be made available to everyone on our GitHub repository (https://github.com/dacash-official/dacash). Open sourcing our project will help to promote innovation. We welcome contributions from anyone who wishes to improve the project.
This project would not be possible without the previous work of the Bitcoin and Dash development teams. We appreciate their efforts greatly. We are excited to belong to an open source community and appreciate the opportunity to contribute to this growing technological field. In addition, we thank the passionate members of the DACash community who have grown this project and participated actively in the evolution of DACash.
Risk factors
The purchase of DACash (DAC) coin may be associated with a high degree of risk. To protect the interests of DAC coin potential purchasers, the DACash team conducted an analysis of such potential risks and outlined the result of this analysis in this chapter. IMPORTANT: THE LIST OF RISK FACTORS DESCRIBED BELOW IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE. IN ADDITION TO THE RISKS DISCLOSED IN THIS WHITEPAPER, THERE MAY BE EXISTING OTHER RISKS WHICH OUR TEAM AT PRESENT CAN NOT REASONABLY FORECAST. These risks can materialise in other forms of risk than those specified here. Prior to acquiring coins, each potential coin purchaser is advised to carefully review all the information and assess the risks of such purchase, including but not limited to, the risks set forth in this document and to decide upon purchase of coins based on such assessment.
1) Technical and technological risks.
2) Regulatory Risks.
3) Business risks.