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August 19, 2017, 03:49:11 PM
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Are there any news on the cashback programm? Any merchants added?

Looks like things are going forward nicely from now on. Glad I didnt sell, good time to add some balls I guess, really surprised the price hasnt been responding already.

We have one bakery which will accept gbyte.
You can read it here:  https://redd.it/6ucl11
Bakery site: http://bakkersmetvuur.com/zo-werkt-het/


Merchant added also qr code and info he accepts byteball:


There is also another person who would like to move to accept gbyte for tshirt's , caps and other embroidery...

I guess I'll swing by there on my next trip to the netherlands. Its time for a trip there anyways Wink

Im sure the team has already thought of this...but just in case not, it would be great if there were an overview on the website where the merchants accepting byteball are listed

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August 19, 2017, 03:55:36 PM
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I am very glad  byteball become a ICO plantfrom, the bank.one is the first ICO on the byteball plantform,i think tony the first task is made byteball to easy press token  in this way,byteball price will to da moon

Can anyone confirm that an ICO is happening on Byteball??
Would be great news and really showcase the potential it has a multi-purpose network

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August 19, 2017, 04:13:40 PM
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Im sure the team has already thought of this...but just in case not, it would be great if there were an overview on the website where the merchants accepting byteball are listed

I agree, definitely need this!  I'm always looking for opportunities to use Crypto to get actual physical goods - it's rare enough I can do it with BTC, so would be good to be able to do with with BB or GBB!

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August 19, 2017, 10:46:23 PM
Last edit: August 20, 2017, 05:55:25 AM by BurtW
 #12824

I am reading through all 600+ pages and found a partial answer to what I was looking for.

Questions:

On Windows where exactly is the database kept? [EDIT: found %localappdata%/byteball]
Can I move it to my SSD?
If so how?
I am assuming I can copy it from my HDD to my SSD and change a config file to point to it somehow?

Next question:

Does running a full wallet help the network?
I would like to help the network.  What is the best way to do that?
I am currently assuming a hub is different from a full wallet.  Is that correct?
If so, would running a hub help the network?


We should really do something about the synch time though. Would it make synch faster if there were more hubs and relays? Do hubs and relays have to have public/static IP addresses?

I tried syncing a full node. It seems that most of the delay is caused by the wallet reading and writing to the local hard drive excessively. I don't know if it is possible to configure sqlite to work with a bigger memory cache or something to cut down on disk access but if so, that should help a lot.
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I agree completely -my experiences:
Core i5-321M @ 2.5 GHz
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WIn 10 64 Bit
full Sync Time:  >5 days (>120 h)

Core i7-5500U @ 2.40 GHz
RAM 8 GB
SSD
WIn 10 64 Bit
full Sync Time: 1 day (24 h)

SSD => factor 5 faster

On mobile devices without ssd, the synchronization never ends (e.g. SD memory card).
Clear recommendation:
The read / write speed of the device is the bottleneck, devices without SSD (or fast HD) should prefer a light wallet.
This recommendation must be pointed out during the installation in order to protect the users from frustration.

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August 20, 2017, 12:14:21 AM
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Hey,

I have a qestion that has probably been answered before, but I can't find it:

Is there a way to transfer Blackbytes from an airgapped machine?
My situation looks like this: I decided to airgap one of my laptops and it so happens, that I chose the one containing my byteball airdrop wallet. Yeah, I know, I should have sent them out first… Just forgot. Getting the regular byteballs out there shouldn't be a hassle (I guess copy-pasting the wallet files does the trick), but what about balckbytes? Is there a file somewhere that I can copy-paste as well? From what I gathered, they are somehow "bound to the machine" (I'm sorry, my brain is not exactly up to snuff right now)? Can I somehow generate an offline transaction? Or are they stuck on the machine?

Mind you, it's not that much of a loss right now. My holdings are marginal and the reasons not to connect the laptop atthis point outweight the wish to retreive the blackbytes.

But still, would be nice to have. Any thoughts?

BTW, how would you manage cold storage for them anyway?
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August 20, 2017, 01:34:37 AM
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Hey,

I have a qestion that has probably been answered before, but I can't find it:

Is there a way to transfer Blackbytes from an airgapped machine?
My situation looks like this: I decided to airgap one of my laptops and it so happens, that I chose the one containing my byteball airdrop wallet. Yeah, I know, I should have sent them out first… Just forgot. Getting the regular byteballs out there shouldn't be a hassle (I guess copy-pasting the wallet files does the trick), but what about balckbytes? Is there a file somewhere that I can copy-paste as well? From what I gathered, they are somehow "bound to the machine" (I'm sorry, my brain is not exactly up to snuff right now)? Can I somehow generate an offline transaction? Or are they stuck on the machine?

Mind you, it's not that much of a loss right now. My holdings are marginal and the reasons not to connect the laptop atthis point outweight the wish to retreive the blackbytes.

But still, would be nice to have. Any thoughts?

BTW, how would you manage cold storage for them anyway?

If you took a full backup you can restore the blackbytes (and the bytes) on another machine from the backup file. You might be able to take a backup from an offline machine as well, but I'm not sure, never loaded the wallet while offline.

If the wallet works offline, you could create a new wallet (please backup before you do this) and generate some cold storage addresses.
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August 20, 2017, 01:37:28 AM
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I saw a guy with byteball signature. Is there a signature campaign running now? If it is old (and ended already), can you post a link please, can't find it. Very curious what the rewards were Smiley

No there is not. He's probably the early adopter or an important investor of Byteball. I know some more people still have its avatar and signature on.
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August 20, 2017, 06:54:57 AM
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Does running a full wallet help the network?
I would like to help the network.  What is the best way to do that?
I am currently assuming a hub is different from a full wallet.  Is that correct?
If so, would running a hub help the network?

You help the network if you run a full node accepting incoming connections.

You can do it by running any of this:
Headless wallet: https://github.com/byteball/headless-byteball (can send and receive payment)
Byteball relay: https://github.com/byteball/byteball-relay (no private keys, the simplest setup)
Byteball hub: https://github.com/byteball/byteball-hub (a gate for users but that mean downtimes are not acceptable)

All of these rely on Byteballcore library: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore
You have to follow the instructions in order to accept incoming connections (you will need to get a SSL certificat and install Nginx as proxy, nothing really difficult)


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August 20, 2017, 06:57:58 AM
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Is there a way to transfer Blackbytes from an airgapped machine?


You can't transfer Blackbytes from an airgapped machine, you need to be connected to a hub in order to send or receive the private payload.

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August 20, 2017, 08:06:54 AM
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I am very glad  byteball become a ICO plantfrom, the bank.one is the first ICO on the byteball plantform,i think tony the first task is made byteball to easy press token  in this way,byteball price will to da moon

Can anyone confirm that an ICO is happening on Byteball??
Would be great news and really showcase the potential it has a multi-purpose network

I am not sure if there is an ico on byteball , but it says IOTA and Byteball . but I assume theya re using byteball to do the ico lookoks like it

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August 20, 2017, 10:59:23 AM
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hello, i've sent all my bytes to a new mutidevice wallet, will it be still a candidate for the next airdrop or shall i do something?
thank you

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August 20, 2017, 11:10:42 AM
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Any chance for GByte to be added to polo?

Tons of shitcoins listed there, but not GByte, I dont understand this guys
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August 20, 2017, 11:14:26 AM
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Any chance for GByte to be added to polo?

Tons of shitcoins listed there, but not GByte, I dont understand this guys

Write them a ticket and request it but I doubt it will happen, polo generally lists coins that they are heavily invested in or coins that pay big bucks to get listed. Not that we really need polo listing, bittrex is a better exchange already than polo.

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August 20, 2017, 11:40:01 AM
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Any chance for GByte to be added to polo?

Tons of shitcoins listed there, but not GByte, I dont understand this guys

Write them a ticket and request it but I doubt it will happen, polo generally lists coins that they are heavily invested in or coins that pay big bucks to get listed. Not that we really need polo listing, bittrex is a better exchange already than polo.

Opening a ticket in polo? LOL. Maybe they see it in 2020. I guess they will list it when the project goes mainstream. Somehow it´s nice as it is now for accumulating.
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August 20, 2017, 02:08:58 PM
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Any chance for GByte to be added to polo?

Tons of shitcoins listed there, but not GByte, I dont understand this guys

word on the street is : until airdrop going ahead they wont accept gbyte. maybe once all coins distributed. but who knows.



Not that we really need polo listing, bittrex is a better exchange already than polo.

Yes we need more liquidity and polo is full of dumb money. we need this to make this coin visible.
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August 20, 2017, 03:28:07 PM
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When is the distribution date for the next byte all distribution? Want to get more involved with byteball i
Hold a lil but need to stack up

Next is september 6. at a rate of 10 percent on your gb holdings

Thanks for the info September 6 that's real soon but I'll be ready. Can't say no to free money 💰
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August 20, 2017, 05:40:25 PM
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Any chance for GByte to be added to polo?

Tons of shitcoins listed there, but not GByte, I dont understand this guys

The ways of Poloniex are really incomprehensible. It is not just about GByte. They seem to have some mental block about including some coins.
Listing on Poloniex could really result in an increase in price and volumes.


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August 20, 2017, 05:44:18 PM
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Any chance for GByte to be added to polo?

Tons of shitcoins listed there, but not GByte, I dont understand this guys

The ways of Poloniex are really incomprehensible. It is not just about GByte. They seem to have some mental block about including some coins.
Listing on Poloniex could really result in an increase in price and volumes.

they seem to only list coins they got a vested interest in... ehem. see pascal pumpndump coin

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August 20, 2017, 05:46:26 PM
Last edit: August 20, 2017, 06:20:01 PM by s1lverbox
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Remember btc pizza?

No we have first pizza order paid with Gbyte. Delivered in UK paid by user from Germany.
Just to clear things up, user @saintflow from slack is from germany and he paid for my pizza which was delivered in UK

I paid @saintflow with gbyte to get things done.

Why not do the same for other goods.
Payment took few seconds and was in germany confirmed within minute thanks to Gbyte and DAG tech.

Below some pics from both side:

Order made by @saintflow




White ball is the tx for @saintflow to pay for pizza


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In 5 years I hope this mirrors the first pizza bought with bitcoin  Grin Grin
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