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November 12, 2017, 11:25:43 AM
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There appears to be a new release (v.1.11.4), is this an urgent release?

Also my wallet is syncing really slowly. Does it take up to a week to sync completely?

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November 12, 2017, 11:50:16 AM
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There appears to be a new release (v.1.11.4), is this an urgent release?

Also my wallet is syncing really slowly. Does it take up to a week to sync completely?

It fixes braking payments so i would say YES. Its important.
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November 12, 2017, 12:48:10 PM
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Freebe Blackbyte Exchange Report

how to cancel order, put wrong price.

when buying or selling is there partial fill on an order or you have to fill all?

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November 12, 2017, 01:07:21 PM
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Freebe Blackbyte Exchange Report

how to cancel order, put wrong price.

when buying or selling is there partial fill on an order or you have to fill all?

Partial filling is now possible! If you want to cancel your order you simply need to go into the smart address and send it back to your main wallet. You can check out the help section about it on the website! Please not, if it is a selling order you might need to wait until the time limit of the conditional payment is up. If you want to reclaim your funds if the timer is till ticking you can do so with the my command.

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November 12, 2017, 01:12:04 PM
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There appears to be a new release (v.1.11.4), is this an urgent release?

Also my wallet is syncing really slowly. Does it take up to a week to sync completely?
To sync 24 hours needed the current release (1.11.3) on my laptop (with a ssd)  <10 minutes
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November 12, 2017, 05:34:11 PM
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Does somebody know if there will be a airdrop this month?

Or will we skip this one?

This month is November.  There was an airdrop.
Next month is December.  There is no airdrop (that I know of).

I did not receive my blackbytes for the last drop, same with anyone else?

Hey Guys! Can anybody help me? Just looked in my Byteball wallet and saw that I havent received my blackbytes yet but my Gbytes... Always used the same address and hadnt any problems in the past airdrops. What can I do?

Make sure you actually deserve it first.  I have found that most people thinking they should get it actually shouldn't.  Once you know that you should and haven't, then simply request a re-send of the GBB.  (That said, don't misread that statement as being more GBB being sent as many scammers think they can simply request to get more free GBB - a re-send is of the same package (not additional).)

I also think it would be fine to airdrop ETH holders

A joke?   Why not with the other 1000 alt junk coins too?  Uhhg
Even better, why not just buy Byteball and get 10% free per airdrop.

last time i have tried to recover from seed and i don't see my blackbytes . Do I have lost them or what ?
I got some strange messages.

Yes, because you didn't read the warnings when you selected Backup Seed when it told you that the backup/recovery by seed will NOT recover Blackbytes (or any private asset).
Best thing you can do is read what you're doing when you do it.

Does this mean that every time I receive Blackbytes I have to do a full backup? If I will recover from seed, will I have 0 blackbytes?

Yes, just exactly like it says when you make the seed backup.   Do a full backup in order to be able to do a 'FULL' recovery of everything.
Added:  ALWAYS make backups.  It's amazing how many people don't do this and come here to bitch about it after the fact.  Make backups.  It takes so little space, so why wouldn't you make backups every day you make a transaction?

Got the same issue!
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.msg24273995#msg24273995

I've sent a message to Tony, no reply yet.

Tony is a busy guy.  Just imagine how much hassle he has to go through with people bitching about not receiving their free money when they in fact don't even deserve it.
I've made a list of resend requests and send to Tony, but I go through the process of helping people understand first if they don't deserve it for various reasons.  I would guess about 7 out of 10 times, people are not entitled to GBB.  Mostly because they don't have their Bytes in a linked address and/or bitcoin linked to an address for those bytes.   You're welcome to PM me your byteball address to have me check.

I felt I had to make this point.  I have been using a full wallet for months and the sync has slowed  down to a crawl.  The latest update tonych posted is incredible the sync has dramatically improved on my SSD and i was able to move  my funds to a light wallet so I won't have any future issues with my funds being locked up because of sync  issues.  Thanks again tony  the  development is awesome!

Congrats.  It should be noted that a lite wallet is the default install.  People clicking on full node should understand what they are doing before they just click buttons and change options, but they don't and then bitch about it later.  (Not that you are, but it's just amazing how many people change things without knowing what they're doing and then complain that it's not their fault.)   Smiley


There appears to be a new release (v.1.11.4), is this an urgent release?

Also my wallet is syncing really slowly. Does it take up to a week to sync completely?

Did you have a reason to pick a full wallet?
Since you know there is 1.11.4, did you read the notes on what it fixes, or is your question that you don't understand what it says it fixes?
Time frame depends on the computer you're using.  So, most of the blame (other than picking a full wallet) is your hard drive.

HI my wallet working very smooth. I´ve never done backup and constantly upgrading since first version. All is functional and perfect. I also buyed some Titancoin.

Never done backup? You are asking for trouble, don't come crying when you lose all coins for not having a backup.

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I've already seen some similar ICO, why are you different?
This isn't an ICO.. Began last year December anyway, the newer airdrops copied byteball

This is not a real question, that's just sheer spam, probably sent to random threads, there should be a way to remove this garbage and ban the user from the forum.

+1    It's absolutely a spam account.  The same text is used by many spam accounts.  They are simply accounts that are setup to be sold as bitcointalk accounts at a later date as shills/spam (regular and sig)/airdrop accounts.   Take note that the account goes into many threads and makes a post that doesn't relate to the thread at all.  Just spam.... report them.



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November 13, 2017, 12:11:00 AM
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Version 1.11.5 released https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

This is a bugfix release that fixes the remaining "removing stable units" errors and fixes payment requests that were broken in 1.11.3.

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November 13, 2017, 10:18:32 AM
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It is Byteball's day on bittrex increasing volume and value hands in hands looking very good. It is under valued with all the done features but goof thing is heavily active market will attract more investors. Real value will appear over the time like we were watching few months ago.
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November 13, 2017, 11:33:38 AM
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It is Byteball's day on bittrex increasing volume and value hands in hands looking very good. It is under valued with all the done features but goof thing is heavily active market will attract more investors. Real value will appear over the time like we were watching few months ago.

Yes, with a bit of luck we could finally have found a floor, as most dumpers could possibly have already dumped. Not that I care about the price, since I am a long term holder, but of course I care for my mood, which for some curious reasons benefits from my assets' prices stopping to tank and possibly heading up again Smiley

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November 13, 2017, 11:58:03 AM
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Yes, with a bit of luck we could finally have found a floor, as most dumpers could possibly have already dumped. Not that I care about the price, since I am a long term holder, but of course I care for my mood, which for some curious reasons benefits from my assets' prices stopping to tank and possibly heading up again Smiley

Maybe the times of DAG are coming. Just look at IOTA price awakening. GBYTE declined in last months much stronger of course but I see some similarities. Crypto market is obscenely unpredictable.

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November 13, 2017, 12:30:33 PM
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Yes, with a bit of luck we could finally have found a floor, as most dumpers could possibly have already dumped. Not that I care about the price, since I am a long term holder, but of course I care for my mood, which for some curious reasons benefits from my assets' prices stopping to tank and possibly heading up again Smiley

Maybe the times of DAG are coming. Just look at IOTA price awakening. GBYTE declined in last months much stronger of course but I see some similarities. Crypto market is obscenely unpredictable.

Most traders do not care about the tech, unless it is hot Shocked in the news

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November 13, 2017, 12:47:20 PM
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Yes, with a bit of luck we could finally have found a floor, as most dumpers could possibly have already dumped. Not that I care about the price, since I am a long term holder, but of course I care for my mood, which for some curious reasons benefits from my assets' prices stopping to tank and possibly heading up again Smiley

Maybe the times of DAG are coming. Just look at IOTA price awakening. GBYTE declined in last months much stronger of course but I see some similarities. Crypto market is obscenely unpredictable.

Most traders do not care about the tech, unless it is hot Shocked in the news

and we are on the green road from now on:)... in next months we are back in xxxx $
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November 13, 2017, 02:15:34 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.

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November 13, 2017, 02:18:44 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.


What do you mean? Smart contracts can be used by anyone. You probably mean the oracles? Like the time oracle, which is a node that posts timestamps. Its true there is only one at the moment. But anyone could create one and utilize it. Or even a bunch of them and creat a smart contract which uses 5 oracles as a source.

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November 13, 2017, 02:23:43 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.


What do you mean? Smart contracts can be used by anyone. You probably mean the oracles? Like the time oracle, which is a node that posts timestamps. Its true there is only one at the moment. But anyone could create one and utilize it. Or even a bunch of them and creat a smart contract which uses 5 oracles as a source.

I am yet to find the protocols for a smart contract / smart contract code, is there a documentation explaining how to code a smart contract on byteball?

My comment is based on: https://github.com/byteball/ico-bot

Which is just a bot to run the ICO to interact with the database. Which is not really a smart contract.

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November 13, 2017, 02:27:33 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.


What do you mean? Smart contracts can be used by anyone. You probably mean the oracles? Like the time oracle, which is a node that posts timestamps. Its true there is only one at the moment. But anyone could create one and utilize it. Or even a bunch of them and creat a smart contract which uses 5 oracles as a source.

I am yet to find the protocols for a smart contract / smart contract code, is there a documentation explaining how to code a smart contract on byteball?

My comment is based on: https://github.com/byteball/ico-bot

Which is just a bot to run the ICO to interact with the database. Which is not really a smart contract.

you might want to take a look at this page: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Writing-chatbots-for-Byteball
If you want to take a look at conditional payment in action, feel free to connect to my bot #freebe. And play around with the sell and buy command. It will offer you a smart contract that way.

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November 13, 2017, 02:36:21 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.


What do you mean? Smart contracts can be used by anyone. You probably mean the oracles? Like the time oracle, which is a node that posts timestamps. Its true there is only one at the moment. But anyone could create one and utilize it. Or even a bunch of them and creat a smart contract which uses 5 oracles as a source.

I am yet to find the protocols for a smart contract / smart contract code, is there a documentation explaining how to code a smart contract on byteball?

My comment is based on: https://github.com/byteball/ico-bot

Which is just a bot to run the ICO to interact with the database. Which is not really a smart contract.

you might want to take a look at this page: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Writing-chatbots-for-Byteball
If you want to take a look at conditional payment in action, feel free to connect to my bot #freebe. And play around with the sell and buy command. It will offer you a smart contract that way.

but that is still a bot operating with byteball. it is not very decentralised nor is it a "smart contract". Am i wrong here?

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November 13, 2017, 02:42:11 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.


What do you mean? Smart contracts can be used by anyone. You probably mean the oracles? Like the time oracle, which is a node that posts timestamps. Its true there is only one at the moment. But anyone could create one and utilize it. Or even a bunch of them and creat a smart contract which uses 5 oracles as a source.

I am yet to find the protocols for a smart contract / smart contract code, is there a documentation explaining how to code a smart contract on byteball?

My comment is based on: https://github.com/byteball/ico-bot

Which is just a bot to run the ICO to interact with the database. Which is not really a smart contract.

you might want to take a look at this page: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Writing-chatbots-for-Byteball
If you want to take a look at conditional payment in action, feel free to connect to my bot #freebe. And play around with the sell and buy command. It will offer you a smart contract that way.

but that is still a bot operating with byteball. it is not very decentralised nor is it a "smart contract". Am i wrong here?

Hmm,  whats your definition of decentralised and "smart contract"? In my opinion it is very much decentralised in my example.
#freebe is a bot i wrote myself. i am not connected with the byteball developers in any way.

I create smart contracts between freebe and its users. for example to give a certain amount of bytes for blackbytes.
If freebe or the user wants to cash out this smart address (contract) the conditions are checked by the byteball network, not by the user it self or by freebe.
If the network nodes agree that a cerain condition of the contract is met, the user or me can pay out the contract.

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November 13, 2017, 03:22:52 PM
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i had a question regarding the decentralised nature of byteball. It seems that the smart contracts are just bots using some special features making them very centralised. Any comments or feedback would be great.


What do you mean? Smart contracts can be used by anyone. You probably mean the oracles? Like the time oracle, which is a node that posts timestamps. Its true there is only one at the moment. But anyone could create one and utilize it. Or even a bunch of them and creat a smart contract which uses 5 oracles as a source.

I am yet to find the protocols for a smart contract / smart contract code, is there a documentation explaining how to code a smart contract on byteball?

My comment is based on: https://github.com/byteball/ico-bot

Which is just a bot to run the ICO to interact with the database. Which is not really a smart contract.

you might want to take a look at this page: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Writing-chatbots-for-Byteball
If you want to take a look at conditional payment in action, feel free to connect to my bot #freebe. And play around with the sell and buy command. It will offer you a smart contract that way.

but that is still a bot operating with byteball. it is not very decentralised nor is it a "smart contract". Am i wrong here?

I think you are searching for this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1617816.0
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