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October 17, 2017, 10:25:59 PM
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I have no idea where i should start when it comes to writing about byteball. I stopped counting how many times it was dumped. Funny enough, its dumps has nothing to do with the current market trend. Anyway, this coin is a real waste of time. By the way, DUMPDROP is coomiiing.....

It's better than 90+% of the coins out there so it's just fine.



I just managed to buy some Byteball with Changelly, didn't want to risk having my funds stuck in that exchange...  Changelly exchange rate was decent.

U do realize changelly using bittrex for all exchanges.

Hmm, I did not know that.

I have a different issue with them though, their rates. I usually use the USD -> GBYTE example to show their absurd prices but since you said they use Bittrex, I decided to check it out and this is what I got:



At that time, 1 BTC was $5,596.750000 on Bittrex while 1 GB was $174.606791 which should give you ~31.97GB/BTC with the 0.25% trading fee included. It seems Changelly charges 2x Bittrex's fee (and that doesn't seem to be their only fee) which is not a lot I guess, but, if you're not having any Bittrex issues you might as well get it from the source.



BTW, USD to GBYTE via Changelly is still as absurd as ever:

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October 17, 2017, 10:32:20 PM
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i also want to ask you people how to backup my wallet from my old laptop. i have tried synchronizing the wallet from the phone with the one on the laptop but did not work the transfer of coins..what am i missing?

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October 17, 2017, 10:51:33 PM
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People still receiving coin here? Airdrops each mounth or how often?

Adorable, really. You missed the OP, missed all the updates and clearly didn't even bother to check the website or use the google machine. Bravo!

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If Ill buy coins, how many coins Ill receive every mounth / week eth?

The new distribution is now 1 million Eth every 12 hours provided you had Eth in your wallet on 25th December, 1998 at 00:00 UTC Roll Eyes

i also want to ask you people how to backup my wallet from my old laptop. i have tried synchronizing the wallet from the phone with the one on the laptop but did not work the transfer of coins..what am i missing?

It's always worked without a glitch for me on PC, I've no idea about mobile. Have you updated your ByteBall wallet/client to the latest version?
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October 18, 2017, 07:08:34 AM
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People still receiving coin here? Airdrops each mounth or how often?  If Ill buy coins, how many coins Ill receive every mounth / week eth?

Seriously, all facts about Byteball in the wiki at https://wiki.byteball.org

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October 18, 2017, 08:55:29 AM
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i also want to ask you people how to backup my wallet from my old laptop. i have tried synchronizing the wallet from the phone with the one on the laptop but did not work the transfer of coins..what am i missing?

You need to back up your seed or use full backup files to restore your bytes
You can refer to https://byteroll.com/backups
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October 18, 2017, 11:30:26 AM
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Version 1.11.0 released https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

It adds the ability to create single-address wallets.  These wallets have only one address and the change always returns to the same address.



For many users, the concept of the change going to a new address after each transaction was confusing, and with single-address wallets they get more familiar experience, even though this comes at the expense of privacy.

But the main motivation to add single-address wallets is to support applications that require a stable identity. 

Starting with this version, you can use single-address wallets to run a manual oracle, right from your wallet, without having to run a node on a server.  This allows you to run a prediction market for a future event, enable users to make contracts (bets) referencing your address as an oracle, and when the outcome of the event is known, you post its result from your wallet:



In this version, you can also manually attest other users and post arbitrary data into Byteball DAG.  We'll use this data-posting functionality to assign human readable names to tokens issued on Byteball (now they are shown as cryptic hashes).

In the future, we'll see even more applications that require stable identity provided by single-address wallets.

Also in his release:
* Fixed an issue that caused new full clients to crash when starting to sync
* Fixed an issue that didn't allow to unlock a smart contract when it was created from a multisig address and unlock attempted from a device different from the one used to create the contract
* Fixed an issue when private payloads spent from a contract whose party is a multisig address were not forwarded to other members of a multisig address
* Multiple visual fixes
* Improved translations

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October 18, 2017, 01:52:14 PM
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People still receiving coin here? Airdrops each mounth or how often?  If Ill buy coins, how many coins Ill receive every mounth / week eth?
you need to wait for november airdrop... prepare your BYTEBALLS Smiley
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October 18, 2017, 01:55:02 PM
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Version 1.11.0 released https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

It adds the ability to create single-address wallets.  These wallets have only one address and the change always returns to the same address.



For many users, the concept of the change going to a new address after each transaction was confusing, and with single-address wallets they get more familiar experience, even though this comes at the expense of privacy.

But the main motivation to add single-address wallets is to support applications that require a stable identity. 

Starting with this version, you can use single-address wallets to run a manual oracle, right from your wallet, without having to run a node on a server.  This allows you to run a prediction market for a future event, enable users to make contracts (bets) referencing your address as an oracle, and when the outcome of the event is known, you post its result from your wallet:



In this version, you can also manually attest other users and post arbitrary data into Byteball DAG.  We'll use this data-posting functionality to assign human readable names to tokens issued on Byteball (now they are shown as cryptic hashes).

In the future, we'll see even more applications that require stable identity provided by single-address wallets.

Also in his release:
* Fixed an issue that caused new full clients to crash when starting to sync
* Fixed an issue that didn't allow to unlock a smart contract when it was created from a multisig address and unlock attempted from a device different from the one used to create the contract
* Fixed an issue when private payloads spent from a contract whose party is a multisig address were not forwarded to other members of a multisig address
* Multiple visual fixes
* Improved translations


wow great realse!!! cheers
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October 18, 2017, 04:58:25 PM
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thanks for the new version. but somehow the lucky lottery is not working anymore. anybody here with the same problem?
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October 18, 2017, 05:14:36 PM
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Users who follow this thread since last year have seen that Byteball has continous professional development and superior technology. It is just a matter of time until the market realizes the enormous potential. I think it is the most undervalued coin right now.

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October 18, 2017, 07:26:06 PM
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^ Agree.  I think the whales are waiting for the distribution to complete before a massive pump.  Byteball reminds me of Monero in early 2016 (great tech, high activity on bitcointalk, but it was <$1.. then it 100x'd).

I still think a sharedrop on ETH would be great for Byteball's distribution and awareness.
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October 18, 2017, 08:06:36 PM
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thanks for the new version. but somehow the lucky lottery is not working anymore. anybody here with the same problem?

what do you mean? What is not working? Its all working as far as i can tell. Your are talking about luckybytes right?

We are 230 Players at the moment. Jackpot is now at 1280 Mbyte (only 35 tickets sold) with 4 days left.

I even introduced a new feature: the referral program, lately!

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October 18, 2017, 08:35:58 PM
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I need to update my client and have a look but from reading the release notes and other peoples reviews/comments on here it is unsurprising that it is work of the highest quality.

I have one question. I have tried to link my BTC address for the upcoming airdrop event in November but the bot keeps giving me an error. The BTC is in a new SEGWIT address (starting 3XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX...) and I don't think this is currently compatible.

Is there any intention to correct this and make this work in the future or will I have to move my BTC to an older legacy address? (I am relucant to pay the BTC transaction fee - extortionate given the amount of BTC I have - very little, but will do it if I have to)

Thanks in advance for your responses

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October 18, 2017, 10:02:07 PM
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Wow, I'm pleasantly surprised that somebody plays the lucky lottery.
I thought It's useless, but seems I was wrong

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October 18, 2017, 10:22:06 PM
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I need to update my client and have a look but from reading the release notes and other peoples reviews/comments on here it is unsurprising that it is work of the highest quality.

I have one question. I have tried to link my BTC address for the upcoming airdrop event in November but the bot keeps giving me an error. The BTC is in a new SEGWIT address (starting 3XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX...) and I don't think this is currently compatible.

Is there any intention to correct this and make this work in the future or will I have to move my BTC to an older legacy address? (I am relucant to pay the BTC transaction fee - extortionate given the amount of BTC I have - very little, but will do it if I have to)

Thanks in advance for your responses
Currently there is no standard for message signatures with SegWit addresses.  There was a proposal and trezor implemented it but then backed out the feature because the proposal did not become a standard.

So, this is not a ByteBall issue.  It is a SegWit issue.

Until a standard is defined and is implemented system wide you will need to move your BTC to a legacy address in order to be able to sign a message.

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October 18, 2017, 11:40:40 PM
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I think if Byteball could be claimed in our bitcoin wallets it could be a great idea and more bitcoin and ETH holders would join, blockchain.info
Now has a section for claiming bitcoin cash, that could be the same thing with Byteball. You need to talk with the major web wallets and other wallet developers to make this happen.

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October 19, 2017, 12:57:14 AM
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Nice idea but far too much work for a temporary thing. There's no upside for wallet developers.

They can point to wallet signing and that'll be enough
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October 19, 2017, 03:10:39 AM
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Nice idea but far too much work for a temporary thing. There's no upside for wallet developers.

They can point to wallet signing and that'll be enough

Effort would be better spent getting everyone to agree on a SegWit message signature algorithm and then getting everyone to implement it system wide.

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October 19, 2017, 04:06:01 AM
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i'm happy when new version updated, but i hope you have many event and more update in the next time

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