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September 30, 2017, 09:11:27 AM
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Betting bot added to the Bot Store



The bot is trustless for backers (works via smart contracts) and trustful for layers who want to make the markets.
    
Developer: Freefactomizer

Now 8 out of 17 bots in the store are by independent developers.  Who will make it to 50%?

This is massive news!

I've been anticipating exactly this as a catalyst for the price and project.

Anyone on the sidelines waiting to buy I would say now is the time. No other crypto project has sports betting as easy as this.

This is like ms-dos times. First you need a native gui, then we can talk about mainstream.

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September 30, 2017, 09:43:54 AM
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Once the Wallet will have the feature that the linked address is not changed due to spending some coins, I am sure to give this bot a try. Chatbots are a great asset of Byteball.

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September 30, 2017, 09:51:20 AM
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Once the Wallet will have the feature that the linked address is not changed due to spending some coins, I am sure to give this bot a try. Chatbots are a great asset of Byteball.
This feature will come soon, it is already in github repo and will be present in next version.
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September 30, 2017, 11:02:40 AM
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Now that someone has mentioned the word Nano, do you think that Byteball can/will ever be supported also on Ledger Nano or Trezor?

It would be great to have a Ledger Nano Support! But I think it will take some time to bring Byteball to a hardware wallet, because of its DAG chain.

Yeah, maybe we could vote?
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September 30, 2017, 11:17:16 AM
 #14025

Betting bot added to the Bot Store



The bot is trustless for backers (works via smart contracts) and trustful for layers who want to make the markets.
    
Developer: Freefactomizer

Now 8 out of 17 bots in the store are by independent developers.  Who will make it to 50%?

This is massive news!

I've been anticipating exactly this as a catalyst for the price and project.

Anyone on the sidelines waiting to buy I would say now is the time. No other crypto project has sports betting as easy as this.

This is like ms-dos times. First you need a native gui, then we can talk about mainstream.

True. hardcore fans might use this, but it won't lead to major adoption. is a gui planned for this and other stuff? like insurance?
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September 30, 2017, 11:21:49 AM
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This is like ms-dos times. First you need a native gui, then we can talk about mainstream.
Wrong, first you need a solid backend, then you do the GUI for the masses.

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September 30, 2017, 11:27:31 AM
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This is like ms-dos times. First you need a native gui, then we can talk about mainstream.
Wrong, first you need a solid backend, then you do the GUI for the masses.

Right, it's still possible to add a GUI later but nothing proves that users won't prefer the chatbot where they can take a bet with 4 clicks (payment included).

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September 30, 2017, 11:40:38 AM
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Trading is dying. Seems to be not much interest in the project from the general crypto community.




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September 30, 2017, 12:44:56 PM
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I also hold back on investments.
Bytes and Blackbytes are still useless as means of payment, even the naming is in the way.


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September 30, 2017, 12:56:03 PM
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I think some guys freak when they see they can't buy it for a few pennies. Price is holding though.
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September 30, 2017, 01:02:03 PM
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Trading is dying. Seems to be not much interest in the project from the general crypto community.





so your saying ....

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September 30, 2017, 01:08:04 PM
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Well, blockchains don't die. I hope DAGs also don't die. In that case someone could create an obituary counter, like there is for Bitcoin. Just for fun
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September 30, 2017, 03:10:29 PM
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Hey, I'd like to sell 2,5 GBB. Actually I wanted to held them but I need ETH, so I'd sell them if anyone is interested. PM please

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September 30, 2017, 03:26:14 PM
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Hey, I'd like to sell 2,5 GBB. Actually I wanted to held them but I need ETH, so I'd sell them if anyone is interested. PM please

Using an exchange is probably your fastest and safest way.  Or a converter like shapeshift or changelly.
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September 30, 2017, 05:37:47 PM
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This coin reminds me of Monero in 2015. Trading volume was almost dead, people were leaving Monero and everyone was yelling Monero is dead.

Well apparently it was the time to accumulate.  Wink
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September 30, 2017, 07:08:15 PM
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Can somebody clarify the questions raised in this reddit thread?
https://www.reddit.com/r/ByteBall/comments/733eoj/can_someone_explain_this_discrepancy/

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In short, the byteball website claims that 100,000 GBYTEs were distributed in the first round, when in practice only 50,000 were.
the website clearly says that 70,000 BTC were linked in the first round, and the exchange rate in the first round was 0.7066. This yields 70,663*.7066 = 49,930 GBYTEs distributed to bitcoin holders.
however their website also says that 10% of overall supply was distributed in the first round. but if there's a million gbytes to be handed out, 10% is 100,000. that leaves 50,000 unaccounted for. they clearly were not, by byteball.org's own numbers, handed out to the public.
something is amiss here and I think it deserves immediate clarification. if the team is holding back 5% instead of 2% as claimed on the bitcointalk announcement, the community should be made aware.

It looks like a case of incorrect math to calculate the distribution rate in the first round; is that the case?
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September 30, 2017, 07:38:26 PM
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Hi everyone,

Anyone have any luck with the Transition bot?  I can't get it to reply to me at all.  Tried to link from the address on the byteball.org website.
Also I didn't receive my airdrop for existing blackbytes in my wallet for September.  Wondering what happened and how to fix the bot?
Also why is transition.byteball.org blank with no addresses listed?

Thanks

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September 30, 2017, 07:50:26 PM
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Well, blockchains don't die. I hope DAGs also don't die. In that case someone could create an obituary counter, like there is for Bitcoin. Just for fun

when blockchain will be have some problem with hashing cryptoholders will be collect around Byte

now he for some time will be half dead)

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September 30, 2017, 07:57:36 PM
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This coin reminds me of Monero in 2015. Trading volume was almost dead, people were leaving Monero and everyone was yelling Monero is dead.

Well apparently it was the time to accumulate.  Wink
And now, please analyze on which basis the demand for Moneros has been rising for quite some time and why you have to wait in vain at Byteball, despite the enormous potential.

- Maybe it's the lack of a roadmap?
- Maybe at the unlucky name selection (Byteball, Bytes, Blackbytes)?
- Perhaps to popularize Bytes/Blackbytes as a means of payment at various omissions?

Well, the investors are groping in the dark and wondering whether the developers will finally come up with something that can be used beyond the poker room.


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September 30, 2017, 08:25:56 PM
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Can somebody clarify the questions raised in this reddit thread?
https://www.reddit.com/r/ByteBall/comments/733eoj/can_someone_explain_this_discrepancy/

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In short, the byteball website claims that 100,000 GBYTEs were distributed in the first round, when in practice only 50,000 were.
the website clearly says that 70,000 BTC were linked in the first round, and the exchange rate in the first round was 0.7066. This yields 70,663*.7066 = 49,930 GBYTEs distributed to bitcoin holders.
however their website also says that 10% of overall supply was distributed in the first round. but if there's a million gbytes to be handed out, 10% is 100,000. that leaves 50,000 unaccounted for. they clearly were not, by byteball.org's own numbers, handed out to the public.
something is amiss here and I think it deserves immediate clarification. if the team is holding back 5% instead of 2% as claimed on the bitcointalk announcement, the community should be made aware.

It looks like a case of incorrect math to calculate the distribution rate in the first round; is that the case?

Yes, the calculations in that reddit post are incorrect. The rate for the first round was (rounded to simplify), for each 0.7 BTC, you get 1 GB, so for the over 70,000 BTC linked, 70,000/0.7 = 100,000 GB were distributed. Actually that rate was a consequence of the linked BTC, I mean that the rule was "distribution of 10%", given the fact over 70,000 BTC was linked, that simply gave the rate of 0.7 BTC/GB or 1.42 GB/BTC.
The transition page for the first round can be found here http://transition.byteball.org/firstround.html, if you want more details about the addresses that were linked.

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