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August 17, 2017, 05:28:13 PM
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My question remains: Once I have several wallets, this number right here (the one that says 100,000 bytes) shows only the holdings of the selected wallet
how do I check the total amount of GB and blackbytes on all wallets?
GB you can check in http://explorer.byteball.org/, for blackbytes you'll need to check each individual wallet. And, after receiving them, you'll need to create a new backup.

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also is there a limit of wallets you can create? (hopefully not..?)
No.

But since you're into privacy for 60 different addresses: how would you ever use the bytes? Sending them to the same address once again links them together.

Why would I send them to the same address? I will request different addresses and make different deposits and different times. This is what everyone in BTC does for example when depositing in an exchange, you want to use an exchange that allows you to have different addresses for deposits.

About seeing the total holdings... I can't check it on the software itself? that's pretty dumb.
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August 17, 2017, 05:29:56 PM
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I keep on recommending this projects to my friends, more then most other projects. Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors). I hope the project will undergo a rebrand to maximize it's well deserved mass adoption. For a successful rebrand example look at NEO, formally known as Antshares.
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August 17, 2017, 05:43:14 PM
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About seeing the total holdings... I can't check it on the software itself? that's pretty dumb.
Of course you can, but you'll need to check all your wallets one by one.

Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors).
When I mention "Byte balls" to someone, it gives very weird responses indeed. Calling them "GBYTE" is also confusing, as it's a standard term related to computers.
I understand why the name was chosen though.

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August 17, 2017, 06:01:45 PM
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About seeing the total holdings... I can't check it on the software itself? that's pretty dumb.
Of course you can, but you'll need to check all your wallets one by one.

Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors).
When I mention "Byte balls" to someone, it gives very weird responses indeed. Calling them "GBYTE" is also confusing, as it's a standard term related to computers.
I understand why the name was chosen though.

But what's pretty stupid is that you need to get your calculator out and sum all the different wallets... why can't the software show me the total amount of all wallets? I dont want to be needing to sum everything everytime I receive payments... don't you see that it is pretty dumb? just show me the total holdings..
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August 17, 2017, 06:06:12 PM
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Even current price are painful but I do think as we will be nearer to next distribution market will react very positive. I expect other type of trend different than previous times. Now benefit is in holding of directly byteballs. This project is very young even distribution didn't complete so give it time to mature and everyone will be happy with results in future.
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August 17, 2017, 06:10:50 PM
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Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors).

When I mention "Byte balls" to someone, it gives very weird responses indeed. Calling them "GBYTE" is also confusing, as it's a standard term related to computers.
I understand why the name was chosen though.
Just explain that "ball" stands for snowball effect, and it's related to the technology.

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August 17, 2017, 06:16:22 PM
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I have been watching these for a little while, and am considering coming in. I haven't made the jump to buy any though due to the crazy volatility. Might reconsider soon though, but there is a lot of competition for my limited crypto deposits every other week.

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August 17, 2017, 06:53:40 PM
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Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors).

When I mention "Byte balls" to someone, it gives very weird responses indeed. Calling them "GBYTE" is also confusing, as it's a standard term related to computers.
I understand why the name was chosen though.
Just explain that "ball" stands for snowball effect, and it's related to the technology.

When you think of it bitcoin sounds stupid too (as well as pizza)  Wink

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August 17, 2017, 07:12:44 PM
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Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors).

When I mention "Byte balls" to someone, it gives very weird responses indeed. Calling them "GBYTE" is also confusing, as it's a standard term related to computers.
I understand why the name was chosen though.
Just explain that "ball" stands for snowball effect, and it's related to the technology.

When you think of it bitcoin sounds stupid too (as well as pizza)  Wink
Indeed. Smiley
people found it funny in the early days

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August 17, 2017, 08:43:40 PM
Last edit: August 17, 2017, 09:08:34 PM by yestur
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You can participate by just doing a hands on video presenting features of Byteball

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Some marketing moves finally Wink have fun

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August 17, 2017, 10:49:50 PM
Last edit: August 21, 2017, 05:51:57 PM by taoist23
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I keep on recommending this projects to my friends, more then most other projects. Unfortunately most don't take it seriously because of the name (yeah, I know it’s stupid… but these are some serious investors). I hope the project will undergo a rebrand to maximize it's well deserved mass adoption. For a successful rebrand example look at NEO, formally known as Antshares.

Talk to your "serious investors" the time with boring names is over!
The future will be ruled from nerds and companies with names like:

facebook
ebay
apple
amazon

all these names sound really stupid, if you ask me ... Smiley


If they don't get this, they are not worth to get money.
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August 17, 2017, 11:07:29 PM
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When I try to send Blackbytes from my Android wallet it says Syncing forever without sending any.

Is it a known issue?

I have seen this when trying to send all blackbytes.   Meaning, it is made up of a lot of 'messages'.   Try sending a smaller amount.

It is an issue known to me. I'm having big trouble with blackbytes, one of my multisig wallets is trying to sync forever and doesn't show blackbytes at all and I have stopped to receive the airdropped blackbytes, with address correctly linked. I guess the blackbytes mechanism have still bugs to be addressed.

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August 17, 2017, 11:18:32 PM
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Byteball technology is pretty similar to IOTA. So at current valuation, it is way undervalue. This project should be at least at top 20 on coinmarketcap. So buy it while it's cheap. Don't miss out!

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August 17, 2017, 11:32:46 PM
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New and better tech is always welcome. As long as it gets picked up by someone to popularize it, if it works it will succeed. Since recently i`ve been eyeballing the project and considering hopping in on board. Looking forward to price development to plan my entry point.
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August 18, 2017, 12:15:57 AM
Last edit: August 18, 2017, 12:54:45 AM by dariloff
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[reminder]

Announcing BEEB - Blackbytes Escrow Exchange Bot.

Instant buy and sell batches of Blackbytes 24h/24h, 7 days a week.
(you don't need to find a peer anymore: the bot is the peer!)

Trading on BEEB is anonymous.


AxV6ohKFORqIGfGqCZgjK1HlL8vBiNltcWWaI0Rc9yN+@byteball.fr/bb#0000

To pair with Beeb. In your wallet top left menu "PAIRED DEVICE" then "+ Add a new device" then paste the above cryptic address in "Accept invitation" and validate.

Support: https://byteball.slack.com/ #beeb channel




Payment link for buying order not shows. Cannot pay to bot. It shows like
(byteball:4MQPTNMPVK7KGB3BHNSAH3OX3G3ICOTJ?amount=1417010000.0000002&asset=base)
and not clickable
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August 18, 2017, 04:55:39 AM
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[reminder]

Announcing BEEB - Blackbytes Escrow Exchange Bot.

Instant buy and sell batches of Blackbytes 24h/24h, 7 days a week.
(you don't need to find a peer anymore: the bot is the peer!)

Trading on BEEB is anonymous.


AxV6ohKFORqIGfGqCZgjK1HlL8vBiNltcWWaI0Rc9yN+@byteball.fr/bb#0000

To pair with Beeb. In your wallet top left menu "PAIRED DEVICE" then "+ Add a new device" then paste the above cryptic address in "Accept invitation" and validate.

Support: https://byteball.slack.com/ #beeb channel




Payment link for buying order not shows. Cannot pay to bot. It shows like
(byteball:4MQPTNMPVK7KGB3BHNSAH3OX3G3ICOTJ?amount=1417010000.0000002&asset=base)
and not clickable

Fixed. Thx for letting me know.

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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 18, 2017, 08:37:36 AM
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Can anyone confirm how Windows backups and restore works? Just copy the %LOCALAPPDATA%\byteball -folder to the new computer at the same location, install Byteball wallet, and I should see my balances?

Btw, new website is very cool!

Isn't anybody tried to recover wallet? I have Light wallet, and need to move my wallet to new computer.

If you still have accesso to old wallet it is easier for you to install a new wallet on the new computer and to transfer the asset. Otherways you can use the full backup, if you have made it.

Ok, thank you. I have of course full backup in a safe place. I try to install new wallet and recover it with my backup. Let's see if that's really that easy. I had Light wallet and going to install that again.

Is is that the case that, if I want to backup/recover assets with passphrase(except untraceable ones ie. blackbytes), I need to use full wallet at all times?

You don't need to uninstall/install the application.  You can rename the folder which the actual wallet is in.   This is one way of having multiple wallets, etc.  Always a good idea to backup the directory AND the wallet itself

Simply doing a Full Backup on one computer and then a Full Restore on another computer is all you need.  This even works across platforms.
This works for light and full node backups.  Only exception is that you can't do a full restore of a full node on an android.

You can do a full backup and restore.  It will also recover the blackbytes from the time of the backup.  If more blackbytes were received (or spent) on a computer, then you need to rebackup else it causes problems (and possible loss/overstatement) when restoring on the new computer.  Regular bytes is no problem.

You mentioned 'full wallet', but I think you meant 'full node'.   No, restoring doesn't require a full node; however, a restore from SEED requires a full node.


Thank you for your answers!

The process was very easy. Just installed new wallet to my new computer and copied %LOCALAPPDATA%\byteball -folder from my old computer to the new one. I worked like a charm!

In my previous question I meant that if I'm running full node and try to restore it with passphrase only, I'll lose my blackbytes? So at the moment best way to do backup is do full backup of %LOCALAPPDATA%\byteball -folder?

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August 18, 2017, 11:51:38 AM
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tonny, I think you should better develope a ICO bot first,ICO is so so so hot now ,if byteball become a popular ICO plantfrom ,I think more people will accept byteball a money .
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August 18, 2017, 12:21:55 PM
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How to unlink BTC address from byteball address.
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August 18, 2017, 12:38:51 PM
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How to unlink BTC address from byteball address.
You can't. But you can move your Bitcoins if you no longer wish to participate in free airdrops.

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