List of governed cryptocurrencies
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This is a list of cryptocurrencies that have a governance mechanism (decentralized governance) . There were more than 900 cryptocurrencies available over the internet Template:As of and growing, but few of them support a governance mechanism.
|2014||Template:Yes||Dash||DASH||Evan Duffield &
|X11||POW & Proof of Service[nt 1]||A bitcoin-based currency featuring instant transactions, decentralized governance and budgeting, and private transactions.||https://dashvotetracker.com/|
|2015||Template:Yes||PIVX||PIVX||POW & Proof of Service[nt 2]||A bitcoin-based currency featuring instant transactions, decentralized governance and budgeting, and private transactions and TOR masernodes.||http://220.127.116.11/~pub/DN/DN_masternode_payments_stats.html|
- Via Masternodes containing 1000 DASH held as collateral for "Proof of Service". Through an automated voting mechanism, one Masternode is selected per block and receives 45% of mining rewards.
- Via Masternodes containing 1000 PIV held as collateral for "Proof of Service". Through an automated voting mechanism, one Masternode is selected per block and receives 45% of mining rewards.
- Scharr, Jill (28 May 2014). "What is Dash? An FAQ". Tom's Guide. http://www.tomsguide.com/us/darkcoin-faq,news-18828.html.