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August 05, 2017, 10:26:08 AM
Last edit: August 05, 2017, 10:37:41 AM by s1lverbox
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UPDATE :

1004797 BTC llinked  which will bring approx. : 62,799 gb

and we have 365,903gb in circulation which will bring : 73,180 gb more after airdrop

So

 365,903+73,180+61386= 501,882 Gb in total in circulation after give away.

That's 50% of all gbytes.





Yes i think in this rate we will have 3 more airdrops
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Distribution :   0.0625 Gb for each 1 BTC of linked balance and 0.2 new byte for each 1 byte you already hold.
                        131.94375 MBB for each 1 BTC of linked balance and 0.42222 new Bbyte for each 1 byte you already hold (on linked addresses only).

Scheduled:   August 7, 2017 at 18:10 UTC

Time left:          2 Days 7h

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August 05, 2017, 10:43:07 AM
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I have a problem witch my client its always saying "syncing...28 private  payments left"

this does not go away
i reinstalled the client already (removed the app data folder before) and  imported the full backup after installation.
it wont seem to help, anyone else an idea?
In my experience: Synchronizing blackbytes can take a long time. I run 2 low budget Android devices and a powerful Windows machine (2 of 3 Multidevice Wallet).
Mobile, weak Android machines obviously have problems. They enter the energy saving mode while the synchronization is still running. Then the process obviously remains.

28 private payment left can take 30 minutes and more synchronization time on a smartphone. If you need to move larger volumes, transfer smaller amounts (several times).

I have no idea about the technical background. I also do not know whether the problem generally occurs.
The time of the Blackbytes has not yet come. I think Tony will optimize that if his priorities list allows this.
Byteball is today 5360 hours old, you can not expect to keep the finished product in the hands. Being an early adopter is also a kind of proof of work..
(maybe )related post to this problem:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.msg19023335#msg19023335


I have exactly the same problem, no way to get it working on android apps, blackbytes are always missing - that's something to be taken care of.

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August 05, 2017, 10:45:46 AM
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snapshot is 7th ?  I thought 9th before.  Huh Huh
We are in the 8th round the question is whether still one or 2 round follow.
Status Quo (http://transition.byteball.org/) at 10 o'clock UTC: 1004789 BTC linked
A growth of 300000 BTC per round is the limit at which there will be a 10th


I can bet now, ratio for btc linked will change and ratio for byte holders will change to. so we will see 3 airdrops.

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August 05, 2017, 11:47:38 AM
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I hope there will be 3 more airdrops, not 2! Whales kicked in with the fat BTC wallets Sad

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August 05, 2017, 12:03:24 PM
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ok... so I downloaded the byteball win32 wallet and installed it
but when I run it, I am getting error splash screen "Windows XP is not supported" and close down
is this true I cannot run it on xp, why no warning at the installation process?
anyway to bypass this to run the wallet? perhaps with added parameters at command line
please help... only a couple days left for airdrops

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August 05, 2017, 12:11:23 PM
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ok... so I downloaded the byteball win32 wallet and installed it
but when I run it, I am getting error splash screen "Windows XP is not supported" and close down
is this true I cannot run it on xp, why no warning at the installation process?
anyway to bypass this to run the wallet? perhaps with added parameters at command line
please help... only a couple days left for airdrops

U can always try to :

Code:
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to where the program is located. Then...

Right click on the program file (the .EXE or .COM file).
Select Properties from the menu that pops up.
Select the Compatibility Tab in the dialog.
Change the options so the program opens in Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode. Note the other options in the dialog as you may have to experiment a bit and change some of them as well.
Basically, this action creates a PIF file that Windows uses to determine options to use to run the program in compatibility mode instead of native Windows 32-bit mode. Hopefully, this will allow the program to run.

link with pictures.: http://filext.com/faq/run_old_program_xp.php

Let us know if this helped.
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August 05, 2017, 12:16:40 PM
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I hope there will be 3 more airdrops, not 2! Whales kicked in with the fat BTC wallets Sad

The real growth will start after these airdrop rounds than we will see new trend into this coin. At the moment big whales are just making profit and dump their coins right after the distribution I have enough amount into my wallet and I think after price will hit $1k.
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August 05, 2017, 12:25:13 PM
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ok... so I downloaded the byteball win32 wallet and installed it
but when I run it, I am getting error splash screen "Windows XP is not supported" and close down
is this true I cannot run it on xp, why no warning at the installation process?
anyway to bypass this to run the wallet? perhaps with added parameters at command line
please help... only a couple days left for airdrops

U can always try to :

Code:
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to where the program is located. Then...

Right click on the program file (the .EXE or .COM file).
Select Properties from the menu that pops up.
Select the Compatibility Tab in the dialog.
Change the options so the program opens in Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode. Note the other options in the dialog as you may have to experiment a bit and change some of them as well.
Basically, this action creates a PIF file that Windows uses to determine options to use to run the program in compatibility mode instead of native Windows 32-bit mode. Hopefully, this will allow the program to run.

link with pictures.: http://filext.com/faq/run_old_program_xp.php

Let us know if this helped.

If it works this is a really useful information. I had tried myself to install Byteball on XP, but unsuccessfully. I'm now looking forward to try it myself.

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August 05, 2017, 12:35:10 PM
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Guys, I was a very big fan and long time user of windows XP, used it for at least 10 years, refused to change to win 7 but then I saw the first exploits, without going on any malicious site, without opening any .exe or without downloading basically anything, I just got myself a rootkit, the antivirus couldn't even detect it (avast, the only time avast failed me was on XP) because system files were exploited, not infected. Back then I didn't have any crypto or any kind of money on the PC (2010~) but if you handle money on the PC, don't use OS that has no updates at least monthly, linux has daily, windows has monthly big packages. If you are in crypto, you gotta say win XP bye once and for all.

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August 05, 2017, 12:40:25 PM
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Guys, I was a very big fan and long time user of windows XP, used it for at least 10 years, refused to change to win 7 but then I saw the first exploits, without going on any malicious site, without opening any .exe or without downloading basically anything, I just got myself a rootkit, the antivirus couldn't even detect it (avast, the only time avast failed me was on XP) because system files were exploited, not infected. Back then I didn't have any crypto or any kind of money on the PC (2010~) but if you handle money on the PC, don't use OS that has no updates at least monthly, linux has daily, windows has monthly big packages. If you are in crypto, you gotta say win XP bye once and for all.

Guys , why not use linux - ubuntu mate for example for wallets? Less problems with malware, less issues with viruses. wallets working great on this distro and this can be done next to win install on the same drive.
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August 05, 2017, 02:35:50 PM
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Guys, I was a very big fan and long time user of windows XP, used it for at least 10 years, refused to change to win 7 but then I saw the first exploits, without going on any malicious site, without opening any .exe or without downloading basically anything, I just got myself a rootkit, the antivirus couldn't even detect it (avast, the only time avast failed me was on XP) because system files were exploited, not infected. Back then I didn't have any crypto or any kind of money on the PC (2010~) but if you handle money on the PC, don't use OS that has no updates at least monthly, linux has daily, windows has monthly big packages. If you are in crypto, you gotta say win XP bye once and for all.

Guys , why not use linux - ubuntu mate for example for wallets? Less problems with malware, less issues with viruses. wallets working great on this distro and this can be done next to win install on the same drive.

Yeah, or at least linux mint, it's very similar to windows, you can get used to very easily, can even put it on a usb and boot live from it and use it only for byteball if you want.

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August 05, 2017, 03:14:38 PM
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snapshot is 7th ?  I thought 9th before.  Huh Huh

It is 7th, always at the full moon (Which is not same date every month). In september it is 6th. Just search google for full moon and you can see.
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August 05, 2017, 03:34:52 PM
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ok... so I downloaded the byteball win32 wallet and installed it
but when I run it, I am getting error splash screen "Windows XP is not supported" and close down
is this true I cannot run it on xp, why no warning at the installation process?
anyway to bypass this to run the wallet? perhaps with added parameters at command line
please help... only a couple days left for airdrops

U can always try to :

Code:
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to where the program is located. Then...

Right click on the program file (the .EXE or .COM file).
Select Properties from the menu that pops up.
Select the Compatibility Tab in the dialog.
Change the options so the program opens in Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode. Note the other options in the dialog as you may have to experiment a bit and change some of them as well.
Basically, this action creates a PIF file that Windows uses to determine options to use to run the program in compatibility mode instead of native Windows 32-bit mode. Hopefully, this will allow the program to run.

link with pictures.: http://filext.com/faq/run_old_program_xp.php

Let us know if this helped.

If it works this is a really useful information. I had tried myself to install Byteball on XP, but unsuccessfully. I'm now looking forward to try it myself.
Thanks for the advice.
I chose compatibility Windows 95 or 98, error and can't even load it at all
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The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000005). Click on OK to terminate the application.
then I tried Windows 2000 and still error too but it's loading and let me press the disclaimer agreement notice.
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NW.js requires Windows XP or later. Some features may not work.
then when I choose light wallet it gives me an error again
I didn't write it down... but something about conf.json missing
I reload/rerun the wallet again... no conf.json error this time but new exception encountered
Quote
Uncaught exception: Error: Failed to switch to light, please restart the app
dead end again... can't figure out what else to tweak
I guess I'm not going to join the airdrop. Not much regret because I have only small btc balance anyway.  Wink

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August 05, 2017, 03:37:06 PM
Last edit: August 05, 2017, 03:52:55 PM by s1lverbox
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ok... so I downloaded the byteball win32 wallet and installed it
but when I run it, I am getting error splash screen "Windows XP is not supported" and close down
is this true I cannot run it on xp, why no warning at the installation process?
anyway to bypass this to run the wallet? perhaps with added parameters at command line
please help... only a couple days left for airdrops

U can always try to :

Code:
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to where the program is located. Then...

Right click on the program file (the .EXE or .COM file).
Select Properties from the menu that pops up.
Select the Compatibility Tab in the dialog.
Change the options so the program opens in Windows 95 or 98 compatibility mode. Note the other options in the dialog as you may have to experiment a bit and change some of them as well.
Basically, this action creates a PIF file that Windows uses to determine options to use to run the program in compatibility mode instead of native Windows 32-bit mode. Hopefully, this will allow the program to run.

link with pictures.: http://filext.com/faq/run_old_program_xp.php

Let us know if this helped.

If it works this is a really useful information. I had tried myself to install Byteball on XP, but unsuccessfully. I'm now looking forward to try it myself.
Thanks for the advice.
I chose compatibility Windows 95 or 98, error and can't even load it at all
Quote
The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000005). Click on OK to terminate the application.
then I tried Windows 2000 and still error too but it's loading and let me press the disclaimer agreement notice.
Quote
NW.js requires Windows XP or later. Some features may not work.
then when I choose light wallet it gives me an error again
I didn't write it down... but something about conf.json missing
I reload/rerun the wallet again... no conf.json error this time but new exception encountered
Quote
Uncaught exception: Error: Failed to switch to light, please restart the app
dead end again... can't figure out what else to tweak
I guess I'm not going to join the airdrop. Not much regret because I have only small btc balance anyway.  Wink

last but not least....use linux or android. both work well. And change windows to something more futuristic.

Also check here: http://byteroll.com/wallet
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August 05, 2017, 03:59:12 PM
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As far as I know there is no roadmap yet. And it is not needed because the main developer and his team is delivering constantly. Byteball is a great piece of software. They should be free to develop without pressure what would come along with a roadmap.

How did I not find out about Bytebal earlier...

The website looks amazing, the software seems to work without a glitch... and it was free.

Where can I see the scaling roadmap though?

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August 05, 2017, 04:20:03 PM
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As far as I know there is no roadmap yet.
Where can I see the scaling roadmap though?
Correct. There is no roadmap. Tony doesn't make promises, he just delivers.

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August 05, 2017, 05:15:54 PM
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..
Another round of Pump and Dump game.  Grin Grin
hold quality is always an alternative  Wink
Example 10 BTC:
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August 05, 2017, 06:03:30 PM
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Is an airdrop still going on for this byteball??
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August 05, 2017, 06:11:12 PM
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Is an airdrop still going on for this byteball??

As the post right above you notes, YES.

I've written a simple guide and frequently asked questions blog post.  It may be worth your time.

Enjoy Byteball! It's a wonderful and promising coin!

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