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January 20, 2017, 02:58:34 PM
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Please, before commenting, try to understand what people are writing about. You obviously didn't care to read my previous posts, to understand the context.
Just for your information, I was not comparing Byteball to IOTA at all. In the quoted post I was merely replying to a person who told Byteball was easy to setup, thats the only reason I mentioned Byteball at all. I know Websocket and HTTP have no problems with NAT. But discussing Byteball connection method was out of my interest, and my posts were made barely about Iota, as I was interested in setting up a IOTA node behind NAT, and needed some info.

I am glad you were able to look into the Github of BB and understand some things, regardless of your old age. That is great, but looks like your temper became worse with those years, and your manners are far from being the finest too.

EDIT: well, a wild guess... your Russian roots could explain a lot Smiley
 "complete nonsense", "plain stupid" - those sentenses remind me of the style of V I.Lenin's "philosophical" discussions. Did you read them a lot back then?  Roll Eyes If not, then probably your teachers (in university or elsewhere) were poisoned with that style.

You're absolutely correct. I didn't read your post fully, I read the first 1-2 sentences and jumped into conclusion without caring too much and understanding what you are saying. I was wrong too about the Byteball networking code. I checked it further and it doesn't use websockets. Doesn't matter a lot in this swamp of average 20 years old pathetic trolls who says what, but for the record I am just admitting, I was wrong about the Byteball code too.

About the reading of Lenin, I can certainly claim a great experience in the subject Grin In Marx & Engles too. Thus I am a big opponent of totalitarian systems what Lenin and his comrades promoted. Thus I had high hopes for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. I couldn't foresee that charlatans, ICO bandits, fraudsters and criminals like Ryan Kennedy from Mintpal will take over blockchain.
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January 22, 2017, 03:10:41 AM
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Please, before commenting, try to understand what people are writing about. You obviously didn't care to read my previous posts, to understand the context.
Just for your information, I was not comparing Byteball to IOTA at all. In the quoted post I was merely replying to a person who told Byteball was easy to setup, thats the only reason I mentioned Byteball at all. I know Websocket and HTTP have no problems with NAT. But discussing Byteball connection method was out of my interest, and my posts were made barely about Iota, as I was interested in setting up a IOTA node behind NAT, and needed some info.

I am glad you were able to look into the Github of BB and understand some things, regardless of your old age. That is great, but looks like your temper became worse with those years, and your manners are far from being the finest too.

EDIT: well, a wild guess... your Russian roots could explain a lot Smiley
 "complete nonsense", "plain stupid" - those sentenses remind me of the style of V I.Lenin's "philosophical" discussions. Did you read them a lot back then?  Roll Eyes If not, then probably your teachers (in university or elsewhere) were poisoned with that style.

You're absolutely correct. I didn't read your post fully, I read the first 1-2 sentences and jumped into conclusion without caring too much and understanding what you are saying. I was wrong too about the Byteball networking code. I checked it further and it doesn't use websockets. Doesn't matter a lot in this swamp of average 20 years old pathetic trolls who says what, but for the record I am just admitting, I was wrong about the Byteball code too.

About the reading of Lenin, I can certainly claim a great experience in the subject Grin In Marx & Engles too. Thus I am a big opponent of totalitarian systems what Lenin and his comrades promoted. Thus I had high hopes for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. I couldn't foresee that charlatans, ICO bandits, fraudsters and criminals like Ryan Kennedy from Mintpal will take over blockchain.


Ok, I will take this as apologies then Smiley
I know some people are not sensitive to offensive expressions and consider them a normal part of speech, but then there are the ones like me, who are somewhat sensitive to wording. In fact, I just am not used to people talking to me that way. And I don't want to get used to it, even being on Bitcointalk, where people are being bareknuckle and brusque.

Even if I were talking bullshit (all of us to that sometimes Smiley), there are better way to tell me about that.

On another topic, I would be really interested on your findings on Byteball. I didn't spend yet my time to get deeper into details in whitepaper... so judging mostly on indirect observations. Whatever it is, as per my estimations, the developer is brilliant and highly competent person, at the same time open, calm and positive, unlike some of IOTA devs. What bothers me a bit is where did he come from, as its surprising to see this amount of work silently done by a single person prior to release...

As to btc blockchain, in fact, it is taken over by Chinese now Smiley. Charlatans, ICO bandits, fraudsters and criminals are mostly entertaining public and making money on greedy people, but I don't think they are important to the overall progress of this technology. The smell of money attracted so many greedy sheep, its not surprising that all kinds of predators came down Grin

Sorry for my English, btw. After folks caught so many issues with your English, I am really hesitant to post anything using mine Wink

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