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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1168677 times)
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September 08, 2017, 08:28:17 AM
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Byteball price after the airdrop is hovering around 0.071
People will buy in again?

It's just swinging imo. I don't expect anything big to happen with the price soon. There must be be some really huge news to give the price a decent push.
Without any positive major announcements we will continue moving sideways with some medium up and down swings. If you can wait, just hold it.
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September 08, 2017, 08:34:38 AM
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In all seriousness, nice damage control, a cryprocurrency with broken crypto which even a schoolboy could have done better.

This issue btw, was raised by me 6months ago to iota in february.

In a Byteball thread or IOTA thread?   Smiley

Was just wondering why are we talking about IOTA in this thread?
Always good to remind people that Byteball is better, is epic, compared to the only other attempted DAGcoin.

Byteball, true DAG, the only blockchain-less cryptocurrency of 2017.

Byteball the only consensus algorithm with unlimited scaleability. Best crypto.



I feel comfortable knowing that we are protected, that byteball is built on a firm, seamless foundation. Tonich does a great job and soon will smile the price too
Thats damn right.

Ive done analysis of both IOTA and Byteball back in January 2017, and I tried to tell iota people the mistakes they made, especially pointed out the Curl function, you can find it in the "iota unmoderated thread" - while Ive seen Byteball is solid.

The response from iota people is always same, ridicule and attempting to speak from bigger pedastool without saying anything of value.

FFS these researchers took the time, found flaws, reported and didnt weaponize or double-spend which they even had examples off... And they as reward "get well duh its only theoretical and we fix it why u fudd". Dishonorable.

Byteball is as solid as Bitcoin, even the encrypted chat messages - which is extra tricky to get right, is done perfecly well in Byteball.

Yes, I guess Iota devs' reaction tells quite a lot about them.
Speaking about Byteball, has anyone audited the code in search of possible flawns?
Personally I'm in love with Byteball, how it's done, how the wallet looks like, how the bots work, the easiness of creating assets on the platform... Smiley

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September 08, 2017, 08:45:02 AM
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can I provide a bug,it's about wallet,,use ardrond  phone ,copy and paste sometimes is can't use...unless it's restarted..
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September 08, 2017, 10:27:40 AM
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Guys do you think that small Gbyte team is an obstacle for big success? I mean there are only one core developer and few supporters this make progress very slow.
I love this project and wish to succeed, but now too much competitors out there and will be only few winners in the end.
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September 08, 2017, 10:48:56 AM
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Hello, I just got my first airdrop of Bytes, but I'm still waiting for Blackbytes. Is that normal?
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September 08, 2017, 10:55:42 AM
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Hello, I just got my first airdrop of Bytes, but I'm still waiting for Blackbytes. Is that normal?


Yes it can take 2-3 days before you will get the GBB.
So don't worry. You will receive them.
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September 08, 2017, 11:10:45 AM
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Byteball price after the airdrop is hovering around 0.071
People will buy in again?

I am surprised that the price remains so stable. After the announcement that there will be no distribution in October, I expected a bigger dump. If it remains this stable, then I believe Byeball has reached a good stability and weak hands left the game. It can only go uphill. With the premise that the news remains good.
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September 08, 2017, 12:14:28 PM
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Can somebody explain to me the current distribution situation?

This was my first Byteball airdrop ever. I linked all of my BTC, it's 5 figures (in dollars) worth of BTC that I linked. I was excited to receive a nice amount for that. But what do I get? Not even $50 bucks worth of Byteball. Are you kidding me? This is it?

What the hell happened? I was expecting much more than that. At what are are further byteballs being distributed then? it will take forever if such small amounts get spread around. Aren't people that get in earlier supposed to benefit more?

I did read that they changed the model for this term and from now on the people that hold Byteball will get much more than the people that link their BTC accounts. Well, doesn't that make the people that linked their BTC already (and got a lot of GBYTE on the past distribution periods) increasingly rich? they are going to get so much GBYTE because they are already holding a ton. Like I said im ok with earlier people getting a bigger reward but it seems unbalanced, right now we are still early and we got so little with this term that it was a bit depressing to see not even 50 bucks worth of GBYTE after I spent an entire day linking all of my BTC addresses worth a lot more..
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September 08, 2017, 01:21:38 PM
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Can somebody explain to me the current distribution situation?

This was my first Byteball airdrop ever. I linked all of my BTC, it's 5 figures (in dollars) worth of BTC that I linked. I was excited to receive a nice amount for that. But what do I get? Not even $50 bucks worth of Byteball. Are you kidding me? This is it?

What the hell happened? I was expecting much more than that. At what are are further byteballs being distributed then? it will take forever if such small amounts get spread around. Aren't people that get in earlier supposed to benefit more?

I did read that they changed the model for this term and from now on the people that hold Byteball will get much more than the people that link their BTC accounts. Well, doesn't that make the people that linked their BTC already (and got a lot of GBYTE on the past distribution periods) increasingly rich? they are going to get so much GBYTE because they are already holding a ton. Like I said im ok with earlier people getting a bigger reward but it seems unbalanced, right now we are still early and we got so little with this term that it was a bit depressing to see not even 50 bucks worth of GBYTE after I spent an entire day linking all of my BTC addresses worth a lot more..

Sorry that you come late. Distribution to BTC holders has been reduced since too much went for the free money and only dumped their bytes. Now distribution is toward new potential users through the cashback program.

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September 08, 2017, 01:26:04 PM
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Byteball price after the airdrop is hovering around 0.071
People will buy in again?

I am surprised that the price remains so stable. After the announcement that there will be no distribution in October, I expected a bigger dump. If it remains this stable, then I believe Byeball has reached a good stability and weak hands left the game. It can only go uphill. With the premise that the news remains good.

How will the left Byteball be distributed?
Is there a roadmap ?
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September 08, 2017, 02:06:35 PM
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Can somebody explain to me the current distribution situation?

This was my first Byteball airdrop ever. I linked all of my BTC, it's 5 figures (in dollars) worth of BTC that I linked. I was excited to receive a nice amount for that. But what do I get? Not even $50 bucks worth of Byteball. Are you kidding me? This is it?

What the hell happened? I was expecting much more than that. At what are are further byteballs being distributed then? it will take forever if such small amounts get spread around. Aren't people that get in earlier supposed to benefit more?

I did read that they changed the model for this term and from now on the people that hold Byteball will get much more than the people that link their BTC accounts. Well, doesn't that make the people that linked their BTC already (and got a lot of GBYTE on the past distribution periods) increasingly rich? they are going to get so much GBYTE because they are already holding a ton. Like I said im ok with earlier people getting a bigger reward but it seems unbalanced, right now we are still early and we got so little with this term that it was a bit depressing to see not even 50 bucks worth of GBYTE after I spent an entire day linking all of my BTC addresses worth a lot more..


Not too sound like a hater but its because the BTC holders were getting such a large amount they kept dumping so  much they were causing the market  to crash.  Now I'm not sure if that is the reason tonych  pulled  back the BTC  linkage rewards but at the end of the  day can you really complain about a free airdrop?
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September 08, 2017, 02:29:20 PM
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Hello, friends. How to make a copy of a small wallet? Do I need to make a full backup? Or just download a csv file?
I do not want to lose my GBB))
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September 08, 2017, 03:08:56 PM
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Can somebody explain to me the current distribution situation?

This was my first Byteball airdrop ever. I linked all of my BTC, it's 5 figures (in dollars) worth of BTC that I linked. I was excited to receive a nice amount for that. But what do I get? Not even $50 bucks worth of Byteball. Are you kidding me? This is it?

What the hell happened? I was expecting much more than that. At what are are further byteballs being distributed then? it will take forever if such small amounts get spread around. Aren't people that get in earlier supposed to benefit more?

I did read that they changed the model for this term and from now on the people that hold Byteball will get much more than the people that link their BTC accounts. Well, doesn't that make the people that linked their BTC already (and got a lot of GBYTE on the past distribution periods) increasingly rich? they are going to get so much GBYTE because they are already holding a ton. Like I said im ok with earlier people getting a bigger reward but it seems unbalanced, right now we are still early and we got so little with this term that it was a bit depressing to see not even 50 bucks worth of GBYTE after I spent an entire day linking all of my BTC addresses worth a lot more..

Welfare just isn't what it used to be, amirite?

The bot told you what you were going to get and still you expected more?
Reminds me of the bums on the side of the street asking for loose change.  Give them some and they ask, "Got anymore?"

People begging sucks.  If you wanted to get more GB, then you should have bought some as you would have gotten a 10% bonus.  So, either believe in the program and work it right stop complaining when you didn't win the lottery for simply showing up.  Everything was determined a month ago.  Don't act surprised when you got exactly what was expected.

I'm sorry you spent the 'entire day linking addresses' when you could have in one swoop have moved your BTC to a single address or even better.... just simply bought some GB.
You labor efforts are the same as those people spending hours to fill in surveys to get $1.

BTC holders received a lot of money to simply dump.  This has now changed AND no distro next month.  Price will be stable now.
(Of course those dumpers having seen the value drop so much, might now buy back in at these much cheaper prices).
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September 08, 2017, 03:10:25 PM
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Hello, friends. How to make a copy of a small wallet? Do I need to make a full backup? Or just download a csv file?
I do not want to lose my GBB))

Full backup.

Then on the other device, run a full restore.

Don't run the wallet on both devices.  That will cause problems.  There is another method for that.
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September 08, 2017, 03:19:40 PM
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I really believe in the byteball, with this community and tech we can reach to 5 digits in a year.
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September 08, 2017, 04:16:54 PM
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https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6yufil/warning_dash_users_on_government_watchlist/

Interesting post on reddit about  how dash instasend may not be as anyonymous as once thought and people are touting monero's ring signatures as the best privacy coin based on cryptonote.  Can tonych or one of the other byteball devs elaborate on how anonymous/secure blackbytes are compared to monero?  Assuming I send  over tor with blackbytes being peer to peer is it comparable to monero? I think privacy  is a very important thing in the crypto world moving forward especially  with how US government overreaches.  I think if blackbytes are truly anonymous then they are massively undervalued  at the current price levels or its just  that no one knows about them in the darknet community.
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September 08, 2017, 05:30:01 PM
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https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6yufil/warning_dash_users_on_government_watchlist/

Interesting post on reddit about  how dash instasend may not be as anyonymous as once thought and people are touting monero's ring signatures as the best privacy coin based on cryptonote.  Can tonych or one of the other byteball devs elaborate on how anonymous/secure blackbytes are compared to monero?  Assuming I send  over tor with blackbytes being peer to peer is it comparable to monero? I think privacy  is a very important thing in the crypto world moving forward especially  with how US government overreaches.  I think if blackbytes are truly anonymous then they are massively undervalued  at the current price levels or its just  that no one knows about them in the darknet community.

if blackbytes are truly anonymous i agree with you that they are currently undervalued... and then that would be because it ain't yet popular

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September 08, 2017, 05:31:01 PM
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I really believe in the byteball, with this community and tech we can reach to 5 digits in a year.
that would be really awesome! Smiley

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September 08, 2017, 06:03:16 PM
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https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6yufil/warning_dash_users_on_government_watchlist/

Interesting post on reddit about  how dash instasend may not be as anyonymous as once thought and people are touting monero's ring signatures as the best privacy coin based on cryptonote.  Can tonych or one of the other byteball devs elaborate on how anonymous/secure blackbytes are compared to monero?  Assuming I send  over tor with blackbytes being peer to peer is it comparable to monero? I think privacy  is a very important thing in the crypto world moving forward especially  with how US government overreaches.  I think if blackbytes are truly anonymous then they are massively undervalued  at the current price levels or its just  that no one knows about them in the darknet community.

if blackbytes are truly anonymous i agree with you that they are currently undervalued... and then that would be because it ain't yet popular

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September 08, 2017, 07:45:52 PM
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I really believe in the byteball, with this community and tech we can reach to 5 digits in a year.

I like this coin too, seems many good features. But the recent price behavior is bad, looks like those who held a lot started dumping.
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