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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1218390 times)
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October 27, 2017, 10:54:23 PM
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The byteball project seem to be dying at this point, the price literally crashed in the last a few months and never recovered. Developers should make new updates to the software and re-launch the signature campaign might help a little bit too otherwise It's just a matter of time until its dead.

If you paid any attention you'd know that development never stopped. However that doesn't always reflect the market. The distribution method was a mistake IMHO but that doesn't mean this project is dying just because the price sucks.

there is much going on. i dont see developers stopped working. a nice UI would be really a blast.

Only clueless people say that byteball is dead, typically those who entered crypto this year without any knowledge about value. Keep investing in those ICOs boys.

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October 28, 2017, 03:07:27 AM
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The byteball project seem to be dying at this point, the price literally crashed in the last a few months and never recovered. Developers should make new updates to the software and re-launch the signature campaign might help a little bit too otherwise It's just a matter of time until its dead.

If you paid any attention you'd know that development never stopped. However that doesn't always reflect the market. The distribution method was a mistake IMHO but that doesn't mean this project is dying just because the price sucks.

there is much going on. i dont see developers stopped working. a nice UI would be really a blast.

Only clueless people say that byteball is dead, typically those who entered crypto this year without any knowledge about value. Keep investing in those ICOs boys.

there are so many scam token
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October 28, 2017, 06:03:08 AM
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The byteball project seem to be dying at this point, the price literally crashed in the last a few months and never recovered. Developers should make new updates to the software and re-launch the signature campaign might help a little bit too otherwise It's just a matter of time until its dead.

If you paid any attention you'd know that development never stopped. However that doesn't always reflect the market. The distribution method was a mistake IMHO but that doesn't mean this project is dying just because the price sucks.

there is much going on. i dont see developers stopped working. a nice UI would be really a blast.

Only clueless people say that byteball is dead, typically those who entered crypto this year without any knowledge about value. Keep investing in those ICOs boys.

there are so many scam token

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October 28, 2017, 08:31:17 AM
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There is an extraordinarily large bid on bittrex, 130 BTC to buy 4000 GB at .0333.

This is very good. People who don't believe in Byteball can dump their coins, while we get a strong h0dler on our side. I believe the current price is a steal, people in the future might want to build timemachines so they can go back to buy GBYTES at this time.
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October 28, 2017, 12:13:36 PM
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Will it be airdrop next month? There was no airdrop in October.
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October 28, 2017, 12:41:29 PM
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Still the only coin with incentive for adoption as part of its distribution?

Back in 2013 there was a flood of altcoins, ShitCoin here Nxt there all shit, from thousands 2-3 survived to this day, Litecoin and Dogecoin.

In 2017 we see ICOs here shit tokens there, in the thousands, 2-3 will survive. Byteball is the only innovative this year.

Look at iota, non functional, "seizing" adresses by the Coordinator.
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October 28, 2017, 01:20:28 PM
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Will it be airdrop next month? There was no airdrop in October.
ther will be a airdrop soon just follow the homepage of the project or twitter or redit or just take one minite of Your time and read this thread  Wink

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October 28, 2017, 01:31:18 PM
Last edit: October 28, 2017, 01:50:56 PM by sheld0n
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I am using the beeb-bot to exchange BlackBytes for Bytes but I am not sure if I am doing right.

I entered L all and got a lot of offers like

Batch id XXXX priced @0.0405 MB/MBB
⟶ 1024 MBB for 41.4720 MB


When I now enter B <my address> <Batch ID> then do I buy MBB or MB? I am not certain of it. I want to buy MB for MBB. So I want to make sure I am doing to right thing.

Update: I want to be more specific: This offer is displayed -> 100 MBB for 4.2500 MB. What does it mean? Someone want to buy 100 MBB for 0.045 MB or someone wants to sell 100 MBB for 0.045 MB?
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October 28, 2017, 03:14:25 PM
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Blackbyte Market Report

The volume is decreasing, probably in the anticipation of the airdrop. Price stays relativly stable at around 0.031 GB/GBB.

Live statistics from freebe:



24h volume: 63 GBB
W. Avg. Price: 0.0311

Best Ask: 0.0309 (50 GBB)
Best Bid: 0.0298 (10 GBB)

Total GBB wanted: 4868
Total GBB for sell: 7619
Total volume all time: 40449 GBB

Live data and pairing information available at: http://freebe.byte-ball.com


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October 28, 2017, 03:53:49 PM
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Will it be airdrop next month? There was no airdrop in October.
ther will be a airdrop soon just follow the homepage of the project or twitter or redit or just take one minite of Your time and read this thread  Wink

Hope the price will find itself after the airdrop.
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October 28, 2017, 06:13:16 PM
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Having bids on freebe, do my GB/GBB in smart wallets participate in the airdrop or do I have to cancel all orders & bring them back to my main wallet before airdrop?
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October 28, 2017, 06:45:31 PM
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I am Byteball owner since start. Today I control the wallet  and the price.

What is happend with the price?

This can not be only the relation to Bitcoin.

Sell a big Holder his Stake?

Lisk or another big player?
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October 28, 2017, 07:20:42 PM
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Having bids on freebe, do my GB/GBB in smart wallets participate in the airdrop or do I have to cancel all orders & bring them back to my main wallet before airdrop?

Since with freebe your funds stay in your smart wallet the following will happen with the airdrop:

For your GBB-Smartaddresses you dont get anything from the airdrop.

For the GB the following happens: if you leave it on the exchange your smart address will get the addional 10% of GB, and the exchange will adjust your order accordingly. You can ofcause reclaim your order at any time before or after the airdrop (if you reclaim it afterwards, you will ofcause get also the 10% bonus back).

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October 28, 2017, 07:31:16 PM
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We now have a russian translation of LuckyBytes.
LuckyBytes already supports 4 languages (english,german,japanese,russian).


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October 28, 2017, 08:02:15 PM
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Typical ICO: "We're 5 guys, if you give us 50 million bucks, we give you *insert random promise*"
Tony: "Here's a complete working product with many features. I give you free money"
Easy choice Smiley

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Me Smiley On slack Smiley I haven't used it Slack months (I still get email from slack-scammers though), but if it has a history search feature, you can confirm.
I know you copied my quote before, I'm okay with that, it's flattering.

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October 28, 2017, 08:10:00 PM
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I would like to participate in the upcoming Byteball distribution by signing messages with my Ledge Nano S chrome wallet, but ran into a problem.  When I enter my BTC address in the Byteball Transition Bot, it responds "Only P2PKH addresses are supported."  Is this because my BTC is in SegWit addresses? 

I have not updated to the latest version of the Byteball wallet; does it support SegWit addresses?
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October 28, 2017, 08:47:04 PM
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I would like to participate in the upcoming Byteball distribution by signing messages with my Ledge Nano S chrome wallet, but ran into a problem.  When I enter my BTC address in the Byteball Transition Bot, it responds "Only P2PKH addresses are supported."  Is this because my BTC is in SegWit addresses? 

I have not updated to the latest version of the Byteball wallet; does it support SegWit addresses?
This is not a Byteball issue.  It is a SegWit issue.  Currently there is no standard message signing algorithm for SegWit addresses so you cannot sign a message using a SegWit address.

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October 28, 2017, 10:57:36 PM
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I am Byteball owner since start. Today I control the wallet  and the price.

What is happend with the price?

This can not be only the relation to Bitcoin.

Sell a big Holder his Stake?

Lisk or another big player?


The answer is on the last 20 pages over and over again so maybe you should just go backs and read a little bit. But to sum it up just hodl your byteball take party in the upcoming airdrops and be happy in a few months Wink

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October 29, 2017, 12:54:49 AM
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WARNING!

Windows 10 did the big Oct update and my byteball wallet now comes up as NEW

So any ideas on how to get this back? What is the wallet name? .dat file?

I may be screwed...it was an auto update and lost a lot of stuff or at least disabled the links to such

anyway.....thanks for the help

Not sure if I backed up the wallet or not...I do know it had a wallet before all this ...format name

checking to see if it is still here or not

reply here or pm

(may as well be here ..if I lost the works serves me right)

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October 29, 2017, 01:05:18 AM
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This is not a Byteball issue.  It is a SegWit issue.  Currently there is no standard message signing algorithm for SegWit addresses so you cannot sign a message using a SegWit address.

Thanks.  I am surprised because my wallet allows me to sign messages using SegWit addresses.

Anybody know of any Bitcoin wallets that support SegWit and have "coin control" features (i.e., the ability to freeze addresses or send BTC from specific addresses)?
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