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December 08, 2016, 11:13:07 AM
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translation hindia done pliss chek pm

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1708468.0
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December 08, 2016, 11:35:41 AM
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.1 BTC Bounty for someone to write up a tutorial on linking Trezor or Ledger wallet to Byteball account via signing a message. This should include details on what needs to be done with full balance (do we need to send it to one address within wallet) before signing message. Thanks.
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Tutorial on linking Trezor wallet to Byteball account via signing a message

great work hermesesus

what about a tutorial for Ledger Wallet (HW.1, Nano), anyone?

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December 08, 2016, 11:58:11 AM
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reaply my pm sir

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December 08, 2016, 01:43:39 PM
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how to backup the byteball wallet ?

back seed is not enough?

thank you very much!

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December 08, 2016, 01:53:11 PM
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Thanks, it works and it took about 6h to sync. The wallet is good looking. Exploring the settings I saved the seed and created a spending password as I would do on the real network. I'm confused by the backup part, the instructions say that the seed isn't enough to recreate the account but you need other settings too but it doesn't say which ones or how to save them (I don't remember the exact phrase because it was deleted along the seed after I saved it). 

I agree with this assessment - I think clearer instructions on how to backup the wallet are necessary.

You need to back up the entire data folder (~/.config/Byteball test on linux).  This folder includes private payments (blackbytes) which are not restorable from the seed. 

A better way to prepare for the device loss or failure, is by setting up a multi-sig wallet with redundancy, then you'll automatically have several copies of private payments on multiple devices.

how do i backup wallet on Windows?

thank you

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December 08, 2016, 02:03:03 PM
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when i linked my BTC address, i only have 1 BTC in my address, can i send another 2 BTC 10 days later?

will it counter as 1BTC as my balance or 3BTC as my balance? thank you very much.

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December 08, 2016, 02:31:37 PM
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when i linked my BTC address, i only have 1 BTC in my address, can i send another 2 BTC 10 days later?

will it counter as 1BTC as my balance or 3BTC as my balance? thank you very much.
No mater how much is there now, keep as much as possible at snapshot day (first block 25 Dec 2016)

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December 08, 2016, 02:31:46 PM
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Thanks, it works and it took about 6h to sync. The wallet is good looking. Exploring the settings I saved the seed and created a spending password as I would do on the real network. I'm confused by the backup part, the instructions say that the seed isn't enough to recreate the account but you need other settings too but it doesn't say which ones or how to save them (I don't remember the exact phrase because it was deleted along the seed after I saved it). 

I agree with this assessment - I think clearer instructions on how to backup the wallet are necessary.

You need to back up the entire data folder (~/.config/Byteball test on linux).  This folder includes private payments (blackbytes) which are not restorable from the seed. 

A better way to prepare for the device loss or failure, is by setting up a multi-sig wallet with redundancy, then you'll automatically have several copies of private payments on multiple devices.

how do i backup wallet on Windows?

thank you

I downloaded the light wallet. To back up my wallet, what else should I do besides writing down my wallet seed?

It seems I don't need the wallet seed to log into my wallet/account. Is it right?

The seed is almost never needed.  If you are on Windows, backup  the folder C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Local\AppData\byteball.

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December 08, 2016, 03:03:22 PM
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Thanks, it works and it took about 6h to sync. The wallet is good looking. Exploring the settings I saved the seed and created a spending password as I would do on the real network. I'm confused by the backup part, the instructions say that the seed isn't enough to recreate the account but you need other settings too but it doesn't say which ones or how to save them (I don't remember the exact phrase because it was deleted along the seed after I saved it). 

I agree with this assessment - I think clearer instructions on how to backup the wallet are necessary.

You need to back up the entire data folder (~/.config/Byteball test on linux).  This folder includes private payments (blackbytes) which are not restorable from the seed. 

A better way to prepare for the device loss or failure, is by setting up a multi-sig wallet with redundancy, then you'll automatically have several copies of private payments on multiple devices.

how do i backup wallet on Windows?

thank you

I downloaded the light wallet. To back up my wallet, what else should I do besides writing down my wallet seed?

It seems I don't need the wallet seed to log into my wallet/account. Is it right?

The seed is almost never needed.  If you are on Windows, backup  the folder C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Local\AppData\byteball.

where is key file? seems Appdata/bateball is a empty file for me.

my byteball install under C/program files (x86)/byteball

and it's a big big folder, seems it's about more than 300MB

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December 08, 2016, 03:21:41 PM
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Is it possible to link several bitcoin addresses with a single byteball account?
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December 08, 2016, 03:55:07 PM
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Is it possible to link several bitcoin addresses with a single byteball account?
Yes, bot answers full list of linked addresses on every ask.

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December 08, 2016, 04:08:25 PM
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Is there a counter somewhere showing how many BTC have been linked?
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December 08, 2016, 04:17:46 PM
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Is there a counter somewhere showing how many BTC have been linked?

http://transition.byteball.org/

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December 08, 2016, 04:36:07 PM
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Track the linking progress at http://transition.byteball.org

Some people tried to send microtransactions from exchange wallets.  These addresses have been deleted:

1MFXYK1XucKFfhPhW9HDHD3vsM9BKey4qm poloniex
3ALHU1TB4rS6t23j6nv61bzSyKKzgmSAZX bitstamp
1DEcTtkrbdXxS1wbrMvzub5X4VpByYmAwo poloniex

Tony, please check 13vHWR3iLsHeYwT42RnuKYNBoVPrKKZgRv
https://blockchain.info/address/13vHWR3iLsHeYwT42RnuKYNBoVPrKKZgRv

With this huge activity it seems to be an exchange wallet as well!

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December 08, 2016, 04:38:24 PM
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hello frds

 Grin things are starting  Grin


can u explain in easy words what those this mean pls

BTCCurrent transition rate: 0.04408148 BTC/gigabyte

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December 08, 2016, 04:39:23 PM
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Is there a counter somewhere showing how many BTC have been linked?

http://transition.byteball.org/

As was predicted earlier, there are several addresses with 100-1000 BTC, which make for a large fraction of total BTC linked. Something worth to analyze.

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Track the linking progress at http://transition.byteball.org

Some people tried to send microtransactions from exchange wallets.  These addresses have been deleted:

1MFXYK1XucKFfhPhW9HDHD3vsM9BKey4qm poloniex
3ALHU1TB4rS6t23j6nv61bzSyKKzgmSAZX bitstamp
1DEcTtkrbdXxS1wbrMvzub5X4VpByYmAwo poloniex

Tony, please check 13vHWR3iLsHeYwT42RnuKYNBoVPrKKZgRv
https://blockchain.info/address/13vHWR3iLsHeYwT42RnuKYNBoVPrKKZgRv

With this huge activity it seems to be an exchange wallet as well!

I also remember seeing this address earlier today linked to two different byteball addresses, the bot probably kept the first after it updated ... I was wondering if it would be fair to blacklist addresses that try to link to different byteball accounts, I mean can there be any valid case for someone to try that unless they want to cheat the system (or maybe they were trying to find bugs Smiley)?

Edit: Just thought of a case: I link my address to a first account, I then destroy this account and link the same address to a new account. So does the linking disappear when a byteball account is destroyed?

I also remember some discussion about detecting exchanges addresses, so what follows might have been addressed before:

How is this detection done? Isn't there a risk that someone links an exchange address on Decmeber 24 23:59:59 UTC and gets included in the snapshot? Meaning would it be costly to try and detect exchange addresses before adding them (and removing them afterwards, as it seems to be done for now)?

I also assume that an address that used a signed message can't be an exchange address, or am I mistaken? Exchanges staff might control private keys of addresses at some extent, so I think I'm mistaken Smiley (well technically I was for a second Smiley).

I was wondering how micro could the micropayment be, some exchanges charge 0.0001 or 0.0002 (maybe others less) as a fee for a withdrawal, is it possible to make the micropyament less than that (or at least less that the minimum they authorize to be withdrawed)?



can u explain in easy words what those this mean pls

Current transition rate: 0.04408148 BTC/gigabyte

It means for each 0.04408148 BTC, you get 1 gigabyte = 109 bytes. If your address has 1 BTC, you'll get 1/0.04408148 gigabytes = 22685263743 bytes.

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December 08, 2016, 05:41:12 PM
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pls explain how to on phone

transfer account/app from old phone to new one ? Huh

thanks
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December 08, 2016, 05:44:23 PM
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Current transition rate: 0.04408148 BTC/gigabyte
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It means for each 0.04408148 BTC, you get 1 gigabyte = 109 bytes. If your address has 1 BTC, you'll get 1/0.04408148 gigabytes = 22685263743 bytes.
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 Grin  thanks for kind reply
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December 08, 2016, 05:49:00 PM
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Is there a counter somewhere showing how many BTC have been linked?

http://transition.byteball.org/

How often the transition bot info will be updated? Say if I link the bitcoin address and then after a while I deposit or withdraw from that address, how often the value of the account will be updated in the above link?
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