Proposal “dash-core-group-infrastructure-november“ (Completed)Back
|Title:||Dash Core Group Infrastructure November|
|One-time payment:||570 DASH (42897 USD)|
|Completed payments:||1 totaling in 570 DASH (0 month remaining)|
|Payment start/end:||2019-10-16 / 2019-11-14 (added on 2019-10-04)|
|Votes:||945 Yes / 37 No / 2 Abstain|
Dash Core Group November 1st Funding Proposals
DCG is submitting 2 funding proposals for the November 1st budget cycle:
1) DCG Compensation: proposal posted in August: currently month 3 of 3
2) DCG Infrastructure: $39,500
This is cross-posted here
What does this specific proposal fund?
This proposal funds Dash Core Group's ongoing infrastructure costs - including hardware and workplace application costs. These tools are critical for the DCG developers and other staff to work productively. It also includes hosting for externally-facing services including the website, forum, testnet, etc.
The last time funding was requested for the Dash Core Group’s infrastructure budget was in July 2019. That funding did not last as long as anticipated because of the steep decline in the price of Dash from when the proposal was originally posted to when the Dash was paid out. Once we received funding we immediately converted it into USD.
Our current infrastructure costs average $7,000/month. This proposal, if paid out at the current exchange rate, should provide sufficient funding for infrastructure to last just short of 6 months. These funds are for the following services:
- Cloud computing services
- Software development tools and applications
- Security applications
- Accounting and expense reimbursement software subscriptions
- Google Suite
- Video-conferencing services
If you have any questions, please direct them to @kot in this Dashnexus post to ensure we are notified of your request.
Requested funding is as follows for the August 1st budget cycle:
· 565 Dash for core team infrastructure ($39,500 USD @ $70 per Dash)
· 5 Dash proposal reimbursement
Total: 570 Dash
Note: Should any funding remain, we will apply it toward future infrastructure expenses and related taxes.
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