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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1224210 times)
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August 09, 2017, 09:44:17 AM
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Be careful with bittrex if you are an unverified user. They just dropped their withdrawal limit from 1BTC to 0.025 BTC without warning.

It's time to switch to https://cryptox.pl
No limit, very low fees and nice GUI.
When trading bots are active, prices are similar to Bittrex.

I'll give it a try next time I have something to trade. It doesn't help for the ~4 BTC I have stuck on there right now though, 4 withdrawals has tuned into 160 withdrawals without sending them some identifying information. It just seems rude not to give clear advanced warning, I may have even verified if they had given a reasonable argument as to how they will be responsible with the information (last time I verified on an exchange my identifying information was leaked publicly and I am just having none of that now).


Seriously don't understand the obsession of US based exchange with verification for full access, not like they are linked to the banks for withdrawal that would be understandable, operating an industry where decentralization and anonymity drives participation and insisting on have private information for access is just annoying. Angry

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August 09, 2017, 10:23:12 AM
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not sure here why everyone is so surprised about price drops. unless user interest and adoption increases equal to coin increase rate its logical it will drop. byteball is 50% distributed. at 100% distribution at current user base i expect it to halve its current price at least maybe more due to the no more free coin factor. under current trends id expect at 100% distribution its value per 1gb to be 0.05btc. it will be higher if user ownership increases 100% of what it is today.

this is just logical. why are people so surprised that when coins increase that price decreases if user amount is the same?

it is already an illogic when you presume user amount is the same ,where do you think that 1.4 million linked bitcoin came from?

thats linking good sir and in no way indicitive of users. it simply represents "free" coin wanters. the market shows a reflection of buys to sells. more buys less sells means either a few want a lot more or a lot want a few more. price lowering indicates less userbase or decreasing userbase.

byteball has lost value from 0.3 to 0.12. this is likely going to happen because the coins are increasing but unique users arent or are and arent accumulating more.

i like byteball its great but im going to be logical. it will increase in time but it will lower in price with each airdrop its common sense unless use base and coins added to each increases proportionally with new coin amount.

your more linked coins means more users invested is false. its not a true indication. many claim then sell. they arent a user but according to your more linked stat they are.

Good analysis man, as much as like the free airdrops distribution like the other person, user base is the deal to up price and that only comes with awareness and confidence in the coin, which I believe is what the airdrops are for, the more the link addresses the more the opportunity for more users and yeah people will definitely take profit its the whole essence of trading but you don't get new entries except price dips. In all everything isvfine as far as byteball is concern IMO, its just obeying the law of S-D

yep its handy to know for accumulation. the coins price will drop more released unless a lot more new people come on board that match the new coins. tonych knows this why do you think hes lowering btc claims and adding merchants? btc linking served its purpose for a few rounds... its now only adding coins for those with them or groups like iconomi that sell. tonych wants byteballs in more hands not lesser people with bigger hands.

byteball will be finding its place until all coins distributed. itll jump near airdrop and drop after. when these all stop around 2 months of settling and you'll know the value the users put it at
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August 09, 2017, 10:28:06 AM
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The next airdrop will reward sellers that accept Blackbytes as payments, but there are no markets of Blackbytes. What is the point?


How should the stores price the products in blackbytes?

Sure there  is a need for wide advertising&marketing campaigns to  appeal to a wide base of people within targeted  seller and cash processing markets. Hope, tonych is realise that and know what to do.

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August 09, 2017, 10:39:04 AM
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Maybe someone already posted it... Let's ask exchanges to add Bytebal

Please help getting Byteball listed on ShapeShift and Poloniex ###################################################
For ShapeShift, fill out the form at http://v.ht/shapeshift-byteball-request
1. Name of asset: Byteball (symbol: GBYTE)
2: Dev contact or additional info:
Website: www.byteball.org
Telegram: @Byteball or https://t.me/byteball
Slack: https://byteball.slack.com

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For Poloniex, fill out the form at https://poloniex.com/coinRequest
Name: Byteball
Symbol: GBYTE
Announcement link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.0
Website: https://byteball.org/
Block explorer: https://explorer.byteball.org/

And whatever personal motivation or explanation you want to add yourself. For example that Byteball is a very promising cryptocurrency, has a user friendly wallet and client for all desktop and mobile platforms, it's accessible, works very well, offers very fast, cheap, efficient and secure transactions, it supports smart contracts / conditional payments and a lot more interesting properties.
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                 FREE DISTRIBUTION TO BTC HOLDERS         NEW CONSENSUS ALGORITHM
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August 09, 2017, 11:05:59 AM
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I think it is working now. I got free byteballs sold them after my first airdrop at 0.23 and now I rebought at 0.11. now I am holding more byteballs as btc is only giving almost 0 byteballs in the next drop.

I used  byteballs to pay money to some friends (which I owed them for travel or drinks  etc.) works fine and they are happy with 10% + per month.

seriously this is better than mining...

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August 09, 2017, 11:31:10 AM
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I think it is working now. I got free byteballs sold them after my first airdrop at 0.23 and now I rebought at 0.11. now I am holding more byteballs as btc is only giving almost 0 byteballs in the next drop.

I used  byteballs to pay money to some friends (which I owed them for travel or drinks  etc.) works fine and they are happy with 10% + per month.

seriously this is better than mining...

Keep up the good work Soldier!
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August 09, 2017, 12:35:01 PM
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Maybe someone already posted it... Let's ask exchanges to add Bytebal

Please help getting Byteball listed on ShapeShift and Poloniex ###################################################
For ShapeShift, fill out the form at http://v.ht/shapeshift-byteball-request
1. Name of asset: Byteball (symbol: GBYTE)
2: Dev contact or additional info:
Website: www.byteball.org
Telegram: @Byteball or https://t.me/byteball
Slack: https://byteball.slack.com

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For Poloniex, fill out the form at https://poloniex.com/coinRequest
Name: Byteball
Symbol: GBYTE
Announcement link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.0
Website: https://byteball.org/
Block explorer: https://explorer.byteball.org/

And whatever personal motivation or explanation you want to add yourself. For example that Byteball is a very promising cryptocurrency, has a user friendly wallet and client for all desktop and mobile platforms, it's accessible, works very well, offers very fast, cheap, efficient and secure transactions, it supports smart contracts / conditional payments and a lot more interesting properties.
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There is a word on the street exchanges won't take gbyte untill airdrops finish.
Not sure if this is legit or rumour.
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August 09, 2017, 02:03:52 PM
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I moved my bitcoins to a new btc wallet/address today and want to relink this new bitcoin address to my byteball address. I can however not get the transition bot to relink the address. Is there a specific command I need to enter to get the bot asking for new address or am I missing something?

Tried different things, such as entering 1. byteball address, 2. bitcoin address, 3. signed message. Bot does not answer.
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August 09, 2017, 02:25:50 PM
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Think you have to wait until current airdrop is finished, the Bot does not respond during that time.
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August 09, 2017, 02:32:46 PM
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Announcing Byteball for web merchants.

The first payment gateway between web merchant sites and the Byteball network.

With Byteball for web merchants you will be able to accept Byteball payments for any goods or services you sell on the internet. Your website will display a quick Byteball payment button similar to the well known Paypal button. Only one single click on the button is needed by your customer to pay you. It is easy to use, nothing to fill.

In a minute you will be able to be paid in Bytes from mobile or desktop customers holding a Byteball wallet at a minimal cost and effort.

Pure script implementation: nothing to install.

Multi-currency input (Bytes, BTC, EUR, USD) to Bytes output.

Anonymous: you do not need to register with us.

Per sale commission: 1000 Bytes + 0.9% fee

https://byteball-for-merchants.com/


Byteball payment gateway for web merchants https://byteball-for-merchants.com/ - BEEB  (Blackbytes Exchange Bot): https://www.beeb-bot.com/ (closed)
Network map, stats, Top Richests and Byteball world map at https://byteball.fr/ (closed) - Hub operator featuring the cashback witness https://byteball-cashback-witness.com (closed)
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August 09, 2017, 02:45:08 PM
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We as community need to promote and market the features which are working and available already. If we market just bet against flight delay and betting on matches those are more than sufficient to go mainstream. I am not expert but feel there is something missing which is causing of some type of hurdle in spite of great feature.
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August 09, 2017, 02:51:02 PM
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Everyone , please take time and check:  https://redd.it/6slxxj and upvote.

Also check site directly :  https://byteball-for-merchants.com
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August 09, 2017, 03:03:29 PM
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Announcing Byteball for web merchants.

The first payment gateway between web merchant sites and the Byteball network.

With Byteball for web merchants you will be able to accept Byteball payments for any goods or services you sell on the internet. Your website will display a quick Byteball payment button similar to the well known Paypal button. Only one single click on the button is needed by your customer to pay you. It is easy to use, nothing to fill.

In a minute you will be able to be paid in Bytes from mobile or desktop customers holding a Byteball wallet at a minimal cost and effort.

Pure script implementation: nothing to install.

Multi-currency input (Bytes, BTC, EUR, USD) to Bytes output.

Anonymous: you do not need to register with us.

Per sale commission: 1000 Bytes + 0.9% fee

https://byteball-for-merchants.com/



please check :

a bit not in line.
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August 09, 2017, 03:05:58 PM
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Does anyone have an idea how i could still receive my blackbytes on the last rounds for the linked address or if not at least be able to receive blackbytes on an offline wallet in future ?
As far as I know, you can't recover these blackbytes, and you can't receive blackbytes on cold storage.

I made Byteball: Blackbytes FAQ to explain some things. Blackbytes are a very smart creation, but they aren't very intuitive to use.

Thanks for the answer.
Since i can't receive them on cold storage, the question is whether i can receive them after restoring and being online and the blackbytes are resend ?
And the other question is, the wallet i linked the cold storage coins with is permanently online, so why do i not receive the blackbytes on this wallet ?

I am still unsure to which wallet the blackbytes will go , to the wallet of the device which does the linking or to the wallet where the coins are stored at.
Or do these two wallets have to be on the same seed/device ?


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August 09, 2017, 03:21:55 PM
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Just found out that I have received GBB's for my holdings. Is there any mechanism to convert these GBB's into GB or these will remain in their original shape ? I read that these can be traded between person to person but for curiosity. We need to make them usable somewhere to make them valuable as well.
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August 09, 2017, 03:25:07 PM
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Announcing Byteball for web merchants.

The first payment gateway between web merchant sites and the Byteball network.

With Byteball for web merchants you will be able to accept Byteball payments for any goods or services you sell on the internet. Your website will display a quick Byteball payment button similar to the well known Paypal button. Only one single click on the button is needed by your customer to pay you. It is easy to use, nothing to fill.

In a minute you will be able to be paid in Bytes from mobile or desktop customers holding a Byteball wallet at a minimal cost and effort.

Pure script implementation: nothing to install.

Multi-currency input (Bytes, BTC, EUR, USD) to Bytes output.

Anonymous: you do not need to register with us.

Per sale commission: 1000 Bytes + 0.9% fee

https://byteball-for-merchants.com/


Merchants are unlikely  going to accept bytes for payments. You need to offer a way to convert bytes to fiat, or issue fiat pegged tokens or loyalty point tokens.

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Merchants are unlikely  going to accept bytes for payments. You need to offer a way to convert bytes to fiat, or issue fiat pegged tokens or loyalty point tokens.


U do realize merchants will receive cashback for using gbyte. Read Tony new rules of giveaway.
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August 09, 2017, 03:41:37 PM
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Announcing Byteball for web merchants.

The first payment gateway between web merchant sites and the Byteball network.

With Byteball for web merchants you will be able to accept Byteball payments for any goods or services you sell on the internet. Your website will display a quick Byteball payment button similar to the well known Paypal button. Only one single click on the button is needed by your customer to pay you. It is easy to use, nothing to fill.

In a minute you will be able to be paid in Bytes from mobile or desktop customers holding a Byteball wallet at a minimal cost and effort.

Pure script implementation: nothing to install.

Multi-currency input (Bytes, BTC, EUR, USD) to Bytes output.

Anonymous: you do not need to register with us.

Per sale commission: 1000 Bytes + 0.9% fee

https://byteball-for-merchants.com/



please check :

a bit not in line.

You have to tune the example.html with your own merchant parameters.

Byteball payment gateway for web merchants https://byteball-for-merchants.com/ - BEEB  (Blackbytes Exchange Bot): https://www.beeb-bot.com/ (closed)
Network map, stats, Top Richests and Byteball world map at https://byteball.fr/ (closed) - Hub operator featuring the cashback witness https://byteball-cashback-witness.com (closed)
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August 09, 2017, 03:53:30 PM
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Think you have to wait until current airdrop is finished, the Bot does not respond during that time.

Maybe you are right. I will have to wait a few days to relink my new BTC address I guess. OP also mentions "The linking phase will end on August 7, 2017 at 18:10 UTC, after which we'll do the distribution in proportion to BTC and bytes balances on this date."
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August 09, 2017, 03:55:00 PM
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Merchants are unlikely  going to accept bytes for payments. You need to offer a way to convert bytes to fiat, or issue fiat pegged tokens or loyalty point tokens.


U do realize merchants will receive cashback for using gbyte. Read Tony new rules of giveaway.
Only buyers get cashback, merchants get "more" trades.
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