A new virtual currency with zero interest rates is emerging on the market.
But it’s not for everyone.
And it’s also not the same as a cryptocurrency.
The Razer Dash is a virtual currency designed for merchants to use to buy and sell goods and services.
Dash is backed by blockchain technology, a type of distributed ledger that provides an immutable record of transactions.
Its value is pegged to the value of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency.
“Dash is designed to work with a variety of online and offline retail platforms,” Razer CEO and founder, Aaron Rozen, said in a press release.
“We believe it is a great currency to use with merchants in their everyday lives, and to help reduce the cost of purchasing goods and to create value for consumers and businesses alike.”
The Dash is designed for people who want to purchase goods and service online with zero or almost zero fees.
Unlike traditional currencies, which are backed by a central bank, Dash is not.
It’s a completely decentralized, peer-to-peer currency.
It has zero value or interest, meaning it cannot be confiscated or traded in a currency exchange.
Rozen said that Dash has the advantage of being a “minority” cryptocurrency, and that it will be the first to launch.
“Our goal is to make it the first cryptocurrency to gain mainstream adoption by the general public,” Rozen said.
“It’s important to note that the Dash is intended to be used with merchants, not to be a speculative investment, and it is designed as a medium of exchange and payment for goods and other goods.
Consumers and businesses need to use the currency to purchase things, and consumers and merchants will be able to use it to pay for services.””
This is the first real digital currency that we know of, and we want to make sure that people who are in the middle of buying things can be confident that they can use Dash,” Rozan said.
A new cryptocurrency with zerointerest rates is Emerging, with the first Dash launch in early 2018.
It’s also being built as a payment processor, which will allow it to accept credit cards.
Razer is working with the Ripple team, which provides Ripple-like technology for the virtual currency.
“We are working closely with Ripple and Ripple Labs to enable their infrastructure to support the Dash launch,” Razero said.
Razer and Ripple have partnered to provide a solution that enables payment processing to happen without the need for a third-party payment processor.
The company is working to launch the first network-wide solution later this year.
The Dash was originally launched in February 2017 as a way to reduce transaction costs for businesses.
It launched as a token in July 2017, and has been in a beta testing phase since October 2017.
It was introduced in September 2017 with a minimum of 100 Dash units being minted.
The Dash was also designed to have no central control.
The currency has gained a lot of momentum in the last year.
In September, it surpassed $1,000 in price.
Since then, the currency has jumped to more than $3,000.