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December 14, 2017, 01:07:38 PM
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Blackbytes Escrow Exchange Bot (BEEB) is offering you 1,000,000 Bytes!

Buy and sale BlackBytes on BEEB - More info on http://beeb-bot.com


Here is your link to receive 1,000,000 Bytes: https://byteball.org/openapp.html#textcoin?tragic-digital-hub-afraid-shed-else-silly-reunion-vault-smooth-stock-firm
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December 14, 2017, 01:38:16 PM
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I am disappointed with Byte-BTC exchange bot in byteball app.I sold some Bytes for btc and the bot sent me Bitcoin with 20sat/byte fee which is very low.Even the parent tx is unconfirmed.I am waiting from almost 16 hours for my tx to get confirmed.Please remove that bot from byteball app. :/

I'm forwarding this to the chief developer. In the meantime, could you please try this service: https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
I've used it several times now and it worked well. It's very popular, so you'll probably need several attempts to get in the queue.

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December 14, 2017, 02:25:41 PM
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I am disappointed with Byte-BTC exchange bot in byteball app.I sold some Bytes for btc and the bot sent me Bitcoin with 20sat/byte fee which is very low.Even the parent tx is unconfirmed.I am waiting from almost 16 hours for my tx to get confirmed.Please remove that bot from byteball app. :/

I'm forwarding this to the chief developer. In the meantime, could you please try this service: https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
I've used it several times now and it worked well. It's very popular, so you'll probably need several attempts to get in the queue.

I tried once for 4 days. no chance to get in. they are supporting bitcoin cash to get out of this high fees problem.
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December 14, 2017, 03:02:25 PM
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I am disappointed with Byte-BTC exchange bot in byteball app.I sold some Bytes for btc and the bot sent me Bitcoin with 20sat/byte fee which is very low.Even the parent tx is unconfirmed.I am waiting from almost 16 hours for my tx to get confirmed.Please remove that bot from byteball app. :/

I'm forwarding this to the chief developer. In the meantime, could you please try this service: https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
I've used it several times now and it worked well. It's very popular, so you'll probably need several attempts to get in the queue.
Even if I get lucky for including my tx in viabtc accelerator then also it won't accelerate my tx because 6 parent tx are unconfirmed too and viabtc doesn't accelerate tx if parent tx is unconfirmed.In this case I have to get lucky 7 times for viabtc to accelerate my tx which seems impossible.
Nice way to rip people Gbyte by selling btc and then sending it with very low fees.  Undecided

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December 14, 2017, 05:16:24 PM
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i believe is the Dev who decide that,some exchanges were using Byteball then change to Gbyte on request from the dev if i am not wrong.

On the same line of thinking... who would they ask to reduce BTC to mBTC?

Basically, nope;  The exchanges get to post what they want.

That's a long time to wait!

Why?

We had one distribution per one month before.

The great thing is that you don't have to wait.  You can buy them now.


I still have to beg to differ sadly. If tony wanted it called mbytes it would be called mbytes and instruct 3 decimal places added up front to it now.  Of course if the exchange said no then you could have a point.

Usually the exchanges will do as tony asks for a price.

Without him asking it will not be done. I don't expect just any one can instruct them to change ticker and decimal places.

I also doubt any exchange would just take it upon themselves to do this.

Tony could call it whatever he wants.  But, the exchange gets to list it however they want.

And, once named (as it), it would be very unlikely exchanges would rename it.

Example.... bcash is listed as BCH and BCC
and exchange that don't have bcash first listed bitconnect as BCC, so bcash is listed as BCH.
And, an exchange not having bitconnect listed bcash as BCC.
Now, they don't rename it even to get inline with other exchanges for a completely reasonable change to stop the mixup.

Same thing for GBYTE.  I doubt they would change to MBYTE

We had one distribution dump per one month before.
There, fixed that for you... Roll Eyes

Well said.

Your total supply is very small, but I still do not know exactly what your project is doing. Can you describe the details?

I would read the white paper. 

I am disappointed with Byte-BTC exchange bot in byteball app.I sold some Bytes for btc and the bot sent me Bitcoin with 20sat/byte fee which is very low.Even the parent tx is unconfirmed.I am waiting from almost 16 hours for my tx to get confirmed.Please remove that bot from byteball app. :/

I'm forwarding this to the chief developer. In the meantime, could you please try this service: https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator/
I've used it several times now and it worked well. It's very popular, so you'll probably need several attempts to get in the queue.
Even if I get lucky for including my tx in viabtc accelerator then also it won't accelerate my tx because 6 parent tx are unconfirmed too and viabtc doesn't accelerate tx if parent tx is unconfirmed.In this case I have to get lucky 7 times for viabtc to accelerate my tx which seems impossible.
Nice way to rip people Gbyte by selling btc and then sending it with very low fees.  Undecided

CPFP.   Basically, you're at the end of the chain of people not wanting to pay fees.   Pay a higher fee which would be enough to cover all 6 prior transactions.  If you don't want to wait and simply bitch about it, you can do that as well; however, it's pointless.   People know about the issue, but they continue the problem and still bitching about it.

I see the same thing for ebay.   People lower the price of an item, but raise the shipping cost.  The buyer knows this UP FRONT, but still decides to get the item.  Once delivered, they immediately bitch about the costs.

Basically.... a low fee is paid on tx so it takes longer.
If a higher tx fee was paid, then the person buying would complain about that too.
NO MATTER WHAT - A person will complain.  It's life.




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December 14, 2017, 06:48:29 PM
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Whats happen? Why we is pump?

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December 14, 2017, 06:56:50 PM
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Byteball withdrawals aren't working on Cryptopia.  For all we know they are stealing our bytes.  Can someone get a byteball team member to put out a notice about this?
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December 14, 2017, 06:58:06 PM
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Byteball withdrawals aren't working on Cryptopia.  For all we know they are stealing our bytes.  Can someone get a byteball team member to put out a notice about this?
Nah, it's just Cryptopia. There's always something wrong with deposits or withdrawals in there.

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December 14, 2017, 07:16:25 PM
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Now textcoins are enabled in server-side (headless) wallets and are available to developers.

Here is the doc about sending them: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Sending-textcoins

Now, any service that has email addresses of its users (that is, almost any service) can easily mass-pay them using just email addresses.

Textcoins are also easy to integrate with chatbots.  For example, a telegram bot could reward its users for certain actions, e.g. for taking surveys or writing reviews.

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Lastly, our own cashback program now supports textcoins: merchants don't have to update their order forms to ask users about their Byteball address, instead they can give us the user's email address and we send a textcoin.  Updated API description: https://github.com/byteball/byteball/wiki/Cashback-API

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December 14, 2017, 07:26:01 PM
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Hi everybody, I read a lot of good stuff about Byteball and would like to find an entry at some point, but I dont know if I should still wait or not. What do you suggest? Do you expect for it to go up more soon?
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December 14, 2017, 07:29:14 PM
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Hi everybody, I read a lot of good stuff about Byteball and would like to find an entry at some point, but I dont know if I should still wait or not. What do you suggest? Do you expect for it to go up more soon?

It is very cheap at the moment. All the other DAG coins have already multiplied in price.
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December 14, 2017, 07:32:19 PM
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Now textcoins are enabled in server-side (headless) wallets and are available to developers.

Here is the doc about sending them: https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Sending-textcoins

Now, any service that has email addresses of its users (that is, almost any service) can easily mass-pay them using just email addresses.

Textcoins are also easy to integrate with chatbots.  For example, a telegram bot could reward its users for certain actions, e.g. for taking surveys or writing reviews.

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Lastly, our own cashback program now supports textcoins: merchants don't have to update their order forms to ask users about their Byteball address, instead they can give us the user's email address and we send a textcoin.  Updated API description: https://github.com/byteball/byteball/wiki/Cashback-API

Thanks Tony, this is great news!


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Byteball withdrawals aren't working on Cryptopia.  For all we know they are stealing our bytes.  Can someone get a byteball team member to put out a notice about this?

Team is already aware and trying to contact Cryptopia, they havent answered yet
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December 14, 2017, 07:38:27 PM
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Team is already aware and trying to contact Cryptopia, they havent answered yet

I'm going to give cryptopia the benefit of the doubt for only a couple more weeks,if Cryptopia continues to  ignore those of us who have requested our bytes....  Pls PM me if any of you are in a similar situation, we can set up a class action lawsuit against Cryptopia.  They aren't putting out public notices and one of the cryptopia team members just responded with "LOL" when I tried to complain to them.

It's possible they are backlogged, but more than a month without a public notice would be inexcusable and we aren't going to just let our assets get stolen.
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December 14, 2017, 08:20:13 PM
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private is very easy to do to collect coins ,, and for those skilled in them it is very easy to kidnap expensive coins personally and surely they are experts at it.
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December 14, 2017, 09:30:28 PM
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compared to IOTA and RaiBlocks.... still undervalued af.
GOOD SHIT!

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December 14, 2017, 09:36:37 PM
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compared to IOTA and RaiBlocks.... still undervalued af.
GOOD SHIT!

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December 14, 2017, 09:57:24 PM
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The Cryptopia process requires that it send a confirmation email for you to reply to but it seems to get filtered into the spam.  This happened to me.  I had to go into control panel of email provider and restore it there.
I can't remember if it even notifies you about this email confirmation requirement upon withdrawel/transfer.
You can also see the record of the withdrawel in the withdrawels history with a flag to say if the email has been confirmed.
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December 14, 2017, 09:58:14 PM
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Hi everybody, I read a lot of good stuff about Byteball and would like to find an entry at some point, but I dont know if I should still wait or not. What do you suggest? Do you expect for it to go up more soon?

It is very cheap at the moment. All the other DAG coins have already multiplied in price.

Yeah I agree, its a good entry from looking at the charts. As we are at the beginning of an bull run on alts, its likely a good thing to buy now before it takes off. I will sell some positions and get into Byteball (been eyeing on it for way too long already).
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December 14, 2017, 10:09:46 PM
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Lastly, our own cashback program now supports textcoins: merchants don't have to update their order forms to ask users about their Byteball address, instead they can give us the user's email address and we send a textcoin.  Updated API description: https://github.com/byteball/byteball/wiki/Cashback-API
This is a very nice update for the cashback program! I love how you don't make any promises, but out of the blue create very good updates.

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December 14, 2017, 10:41:40 PM
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I started buying some GBYTE because I feel it will rock in the near future. But the Cryptopia issues mean that my purchased Byteballs are somewhere floating in cyberspace instead of being parked in my wallet. Ok, they are still held by Cryptopia I guess, but who said that cryptocurrencies come without adventure  Kiss

Good to hear that the Byteball team reached out to Cryptopia on this.

I am confident that this project will go places, even if it could take multiple years.

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