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September 11, 2017, 04:55:31 AM
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Announcing BEEB - Blackbytes Escrow Exchange Bot - web front end.

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 blackbytes on BEEB is anonymous.


Includes:
Blackbytes price and volume graphical history,
24h volume,
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detailed help menu,
API interface to Blackbytes prices and market history.


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


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September 11, 2017, 05:33:01 AM
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Announcing BEEB - Blackbytes Escrow Exchange Bot - web front end.

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 blackbytes on BEEB is anonymous.


Includes:
Blackbytes price and volume graphical history,
24h volume,
current best ask,
detailed help menu,
API interface to Blackbytes prices and market history.


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



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September 11, 2017, 07:12:23 AM
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is this Legit???

Yes many used this exchange bot without troubles.

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September 11, 2017, 07:49:41 AM
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it would be great if a part of the coins formed a marketing budget by the example of how it happens in dash

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September 11, 2017, 07:54:59 AM
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Now we use Byteball GlobalChat,It's Great。


Have I missed something? Where is  the GlobalChat?  Can not find it in my client , only p2p chat is present.

https://www.reddit.com/r/ByteBall/comments/6n98ez/alpha_test_global_chat_room_for_byteball_wallets/
Thanks. If I got it in the right way there is the server that handle the global chat and keeps log of it. Everyone who connects to that server can participate. Is this correct?



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September 11, 2017, 10:59:17 AM
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Hi,

I have a few questions and I hope someone can answer them:

1. How secure is the chat? I've read that it is encrypted, but can someone explain to me how that is done? Especially with chatpartners on different hubs.
Can the hub read the messages or even decide that chats are not encrypted? I mean they could change the code before they open the gates, without people realizing it.
And what kind of encryption is used?

2. In terms of privacy and anonymity: What are the advantages of blackbytes against for example Monero? Why shouldn't I just use Monero if my biggest concern is privacy (and not for instance transaction time or fees)?

3. Is there a "real" wiki-project for byteball where information are collected in different languages with volunteer contributers to work on? I've only seen one in english...
I think that would help other people to understand a few things better (and decreases the amount of recurring questions in this thread) and spread the word about byteball.


And finally a suggestion for the future: A NFC function on the smartphone apps would be nice if we talk about reallife usage.
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September 11, 2017, 12:31:05 PM
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Noobish question but how does the exchange bot work? Say I want to buy some gbyte with bitcoin. How do i 'deposit' my bitcoin into the bot? I'm not used to decentralised exchanges and would like to understand more
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September 11, 2017, 12:39:46 PM
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I like more and more cool features are being added as bots to perform transactions. Chatbots are next big thing which will create hype and demand for these will be on the increase. I have made couple of transactions using bot and it was impressive. Future looks great for byteball project seeing the work being done.
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September 11, 2017, 03:22:48 PM
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Price moving again. Hopefully to its way up.
Got all my GBB and used them for the first time. They are pretty cool

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September 11, 2017, 05:27:34 PM
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why is CMC listing Byteball as Byteball Bytes?  it sounds better as just Byteball.
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September 11, 2017, 05:30:43 PM
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why is CMC listing Byteball as Byteball Bytes?  it sounds better as just Byteball.
As tonych said, byteball is platform, bytes is currency. I believe that he wrote to CMC.
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September 11, 2017, 06:25:08 PM
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why is CMC listing Byteball as Byteball Bytes?  it sounds better as just Byteball.
This gives potential to add Byteball Blackbytes and other Tokens later.

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September 11, 2017, 08:46:36 PM
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Was hoping someone could help me figure out how to send Bytes from my light wallet account to my Bittrex Account.  I've send a few tests of 1GBYTE to Bittrex, my light wallet shows it in my history but days have gone by and nothing has happened.  I still have my original balance on the wallet so haven't lost any bytes, but really want to get some into my trading account, any help would be greatly appreciated!!
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Last edit: September 11, 2017, 09:35:27 PM by Freefactomizer
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Was hoping someone could help me figure out how to send Bytes from my light wallet account to my Bittrex Account.  I've send a few tests of 1GBYTE to Bittrex, my light wallet shows it in my history but days have gone by and nothing has happened.  I still have my original balance on the wallet so haven't lost any bytes, but really want to get some into my trading account, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Are you sure you sent 1 GB and not only 1 byte ?

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September 11, 2017, 09:13:31 PM
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Was hoping someone could help me figure out how to send Bytes from my light wallet account to my Bittrex Account.  I've send a few tests of 1GBYTE to Bittrex, my light wallet shows it in my history but days have gone by and nothing has happened.  I still have my original balance on the wallet so haven't lost any bytes, but really want to get some into my trading account, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Are you sure you sent 1 GBB and not only 1 byte ?

Son of a bitch, you're totally right and I'm a little embarrassed thank you for the assistance sir!!
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September 11, 2017, 10:14:40 PM
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Was hoping someone could help me figure out how to send Bytes from my light wallet account to my Bittrex Account.  I've send a few tests of 1GBYTE to Bittrex, my light wallet shows it in my history but days have gone by and nothing has happened.  I still have my original balance on the wallet so haven't lost any bytes, but really want to get some into my trading account, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Are you sure you sent 1 GBB and not only 1 byte ?

Son of a bitch, you're totally right and I'm a little embarrassed thank you for the assistance sir!!

Haha, change the Unit for bytes/blackbytes in your wallet settings to GB/GBB to avoid this confusion in the future. It is much easier to transact since most exchanges trade GB (except for the chat bots in the wallet).
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September 11, 2017, 10:24:11 PM
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Noobish question but how does the exchange bot work? Say I want to buy some gbyte with bitcoin. How do i 'deposit' my bitcoin into the bot? I'm not used to decentralised exchanges and would like to understand more

Well I took the plunge and put an order using the exchange bot (byte-BTC). I'd like to know a bit more about the inner workings, if anyone can provide a link or something would appreciate.  In any case, to use is quite simple you put in a buy order and then it gives you a bitcoin address to fund. I assume it is trustworthy? Once that receives two confirmations your order is added to the book. I'm not sure why there is a limit of 0.2 BTC ? Sometimes might be nice to go higher than that. There doesn't appear to be much volume or liquidity to speak of but hopefully that might improve in time.

In general I think bytecoin could do with being available on a few bigger exchanges, are there any plans in that regard?
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September 11, 2017, 10:48:39 PM
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Moving the wallet to another system.
Which files and folders should I backup?
Running newest version.
Thanks.

If you're using windows operating system. Go to C: > Users > *Your Computer Name* > AppData > Local

Copy/backup the entire byteball directory and put it at the same location.

If you do this you will lose all  the blackbytes. The correct way is to  make multisig wallet (2-1) and move all bytes and blackbytes to new address of this wallet.

Yes, this is the best way, but woudn't the other way also have to work? I remember to have read that there is a wat to backup also the blackbytes....

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Moving the wallet to another system.
Which files and folders should I backup?
Running newest version.
Thanks.

If you're using windows operating system. Go to C: > Users > *Your Computer Name* > AppData > Local

Copy/backup the entire byteball directory and put it at the same location.

If you do this you will lose all  the blackbytes. The correct way is to  make multisig wallet (2-1) and move all bytes and blackbytes to new address of this wallet.

Yes, this is the best way, but woudn't the other way also have to work? I remember to have read that there is a wat to backup also the blackbytes....
Can you not take a full data back up from the existing wallet and restore from it in the new system? ( Given you dont run the wallet on the old system anymore)
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September 12, 2017, 01:04:16 AM
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Was hoping someone could help me figure out how to send Bytes from my light wallet account to my Bittrex Account.  I've send a few tests of 1GBYTE to Bittrex, my light wallet shows it in my history but days have gone by and nothing has happened.  I still have my original balance on the wallet so haven't lost any bytes, but really want to get some into my trading account, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Are you sure you sent 1 GBB and not only 1 byte ?

Son of a bitch, you're totally right and I'm a little embarrassed thank you for the assistance sir!!

Haha, change the Unit for bytes/blackbytes in your wallet settings to GB/GBB to avoid this confusion in the future. It is much easier to transact since most exchanges trade GB (except for the chat bots in the wallet).

OK, thanks for the help!
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