Always asking. Can’t make a volunteer step forward, it has to be in their heart. Of course, once we’ve managed to secure investors, and it will happen, being able to pay salaries does change our game a bit.
We are allowing investment in Reddcoin Solutions to provide funding to drive Reddcoin development and pay salaries, allow for marketing and legal costs, etc. Stokens.com is mediating and enabling that offer for us and ensuring everything is legal and compliant under the guidance of an ex-SEC commissioner’s legal advice. The same way Red Hat drove Linux development, we are trying to make happen here. And with an ability for smaller investors (like people in the ReddHead community) to participate in that investing process... and beyond that, maybe get some of you jobs working for Reddcoin Solutions with us to help push forward. All of that growth takes money and planning and talent. Not just a cool awesome piece of software.
@TechAdept There is a new security vulnerability and Reddcoin has been specifically identified as being impacted. Are you aware of this? Do you have any plans for it? Seems to be due to limited validation of stakes that could overload nodes on the network.https://medium.com/@dsl_uiuc/fake-stake-attacks-on-chain-based-proof-of-stake-cryptocurrencies-b8b05723f806
Hi Marcie,If you look about 2/3rds into the article there is a table showing the projects they've analysed. It lists which project is susceptible to which of the two vulnerabilities. Reddcoin is listed against the second vulnerability. Here is a screenshot of that table.