Dash Core Group (DCG) is continuing an effort that began in 2017 to improve the formal documentation of Dash and recently started an effort to offer quality translations of Dash Core Group’s products.
The recent announcement references how general computer and internet consumer questions used to be common, but have subsided as help documentation has gotten better. However, DCG recognizes that cryptocurrencies are much newer to the game and provoke new consumer questions with hard to find answers. This motivated the DCG to create a comprehensive encyclopedia of Dash knowledge for consumers.“The Dash Documentation aims to provide an easy point of entry to get started with Dash, regardless of your existing level of knowledge. It is structured around common tasks, and a great deal of the content was written in direct response to questions frequently asked on Dash social networks and chat groups.”
The Dash Documentation is broken up into four main sections to help all segments of Dash users. ‘First Steps’ is entry level knowledge of terms, features, and how to buy Dash. ‘Users’ covers more intermediate knowledge of how to use various wallets, along with where to earn and spend Dash. ‘Merchants’ covers more information on how to use Dash at businesses and incorporate Dash’s various features. ‘Network’ covers information like mining, masternodes, proposals, voting, treasury system, as well as marketing material. These all aim at making Dash more understandable for consumers without making them crawl through the internet to find unverified answers.
Improving Dash’s Understandability
The announcement continues to discuss the initiative of overhauling the Dash Documentation to make it more consumer friendly. First, the team revised all content to make it more readable, as well as restructured the content to focus on tasks rather than products. Secondly, the team migrated all information from the legacy Atlassian Confluence system to...