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December 20, 2017, 08:58:58 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!
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December 20, 2017, 09:06:06 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.

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December 20, 2017, 09:14:52 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.

Same tech doesn't mean anything. Bitcoin and other bitcoin-like copies have very different prices.
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December 20, 2017, 09:19:46 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.

Same tech doesn't mean anything. Bitcoin and other bitcoin-like copies have very different prices.

Bitcoin is community driven, bitcoin-like copies usually have a team.


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December 20, 2017, 09:43:30 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.

Same tech doesn't mean anything. Bitcoin and other bitcoin-like copies have very different prices.

Bitcoin is community driven, bitcoin-like copies usually have a team.



I believe in that the new tech in Byteball will win in the future.
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December 20, 2017, 11:32:17 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.
There is a need to members/holders spread the word out instead complaining in this thread. Write articles, write editors to media outlet with a request to get more articles about Byteball, discuss about Byteball in discussions!
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December 20, 2017, 11:36:21 AM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.

Same tech doesn't mean anything. Bitcoin and other bitcoin-like copies have very different prices.

Bitcoin is community driven, bitcoin-like copies usually have a team.



I believe in that the new tech in Byteball will win in the future.
i also believe it.the technology is pretty good.we should have a little patience.

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December 20, 2017, 01:53:28 PM
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IOTA has 15bn market cap, Byteball 0.3bn. Thats a 50x upside for us! Guys spread the word about Byteball, we can do it!!

Very true. This shows that market actually wants something like Byteball if only it was aware of the existence of Byteball and its implications. IOTA is only a bag of hot air pumped up with ICO funds. They bought their own coin with the ICO funds and also used those funds for marketing but they have no tech to actually justify the price. Byteball, on the other hand, has solid fundamentals.


We have to remember that this absurd capitalization of Iota is entirely fictional, this value is the consequence of price manipulation by the few people who alone control most of the coins. This also could mean 50X downside potential for iota.

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December 20, 2017, 03:11:58 PM
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hi guys,
is it possible for someone here to deposit byteballs on cryptopia. i am trying since a few days but no chance. only getting this message all the time:
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Byteball Bytes(GBYTE) Address Error!
Unable to generate address for GBYTE, Reason: Investigating transaction broadcast issues
support is not answering for sure.
bittrex have similar issues from time to time. is it a fault of the exchanges or is it a byteball problem somehow?

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December 20, 2017, 03:37:58 PM
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Also, Bittrex is closed for new accounts until they upgrade their systems. As per their notice:

"Dear new users:

We have received an enormous number of new account registrations over the past few weeks. We are excited to have so many new users who want to join the Bittrex community.  Unfortunately, we have to make a few upgrades to our support and backend systems to handle the increased traffic and load. As such, we have halted new user registrations for the time being. If you already have an account on Bittrex, you will not be affected by this change. Please continue to the log in as you normally do.

To our new users, we will keep you posted on when we open up registration. We apologize for the inconvenience!

The Bittrex Team"
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December 20, 2017, 04:26:44 PM
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hi guys,
is it possible for someone here to deposit byteballs on cryptopia. i am trying since a few days but no chance. only getting this message all the time:
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Byteball Bytes(GBYTE) Address Error!
Unable to generate address for GBYTE, Reason: Investigating transaction broadcast issues
support is not answering for sure.
bittrex have similar issues from time to time. is it a fault of the exchanges or is it a byteball problem somehow?




Bittrex deposits should work.  Just test with a small amount before sending a large amount.  Cryptopia won't for a while, they are backed up with support tickets and need to fix their servers or something.


Also, Bittrex is closed for new accounts until they upgrade their systems. As per their notice:

"Dear new users:

We have received an enormous number of new account registrations over the past few weeks. We are excited to have so many new users who want to join the Bittrex community.  Unfortunately, we have to make a few upgrades to our support and backend systems to handle the increased traffic and load. As such, we have halted new user registrations for the time being. If you already have an account on Bittrex, you will not be affected by this change. Please continue to the log in as you normally do.

To our new users, we will keep you posted on when we open up registration. We apologize for the inconvenience!

The Bittrex Team"

If you don't have a Bittrex account, and you want to trade gbyte, you can do cryptopia, but you won't be able to withdrawal byteball for probably a couple weeks, just trade it.

Cryptox.pl however would work for anything you would want to do (exchanging, depositing, withdrawing).  They also trade byteball.  https://cryptox.pl/
I haven't used cryptox before, but coinmarketcap lists it as a byteball exchange so I assume it's somewhat legit.
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December 20, 2017, 04:35:42 PM
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December 20, 2017, 05:28:34 PM
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hi guys,
is it possible for someone here to deposit byteballs on cryptopia. i am trying since a few days but no chance. only getting this message all the time:
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Byteball Bytes(GBYTE) Address Error!
Unable to generate address for GBYTE, Reason: Investigating transaction broadcast issues
support is not answering for sure.
bittrex have similar issues from time to time. is it a fault of the exchanges or is it a byteball problem somehow?




Bittrex deposits should work.  Just test with a small amount before sending a large amount.  Cryptopia won't for a while, they are backed up with support tickets and need to fix their servers or something.


Also, Bittrex is closed for new accounts until they upgrade their systems. As per their notice:

"Dear new users:

We have received an enormous number of new account registrations over the past few weeks. We are excited to have so many new users who want to join the Bittrex community.  Unfortunately, we have to make a few upgrades to our support and backend systems to handle the increased traffic and load. As such, we have halted new user registrations for the time being. If you already have an account on Bittrex, you will not be affected by this change. Please continue to the log in as you normally do.

To our new users, we will keep you posted on when we open up registration. We apologize for the inconvenience!

The Bittrex Team"

If you don't have a Bittrex account, and you want to trade gbyte, you can do cryptopia, but you won't be able to withdrawal byteball for probably a couple weeks, just trade it.

Cryptox.pl however would work for anything you would want to do (exchanging, depositing, withdrawing).  They also trade byteball.  https://cryptox.pl/
I haven't used cryptox before, but coinmarketcap lists it as a byteball exchange so I assume it's somewhat legit.
I like cryptox.pl, it is fast, easy to use and it works!
It is better than all the other bull**t sites, like bittrex, poloniex, bitfinex.

 
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December 20, 2017, 06:04:56 PM
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The thing is.. it's trading so much higher on Cryptopia.
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December 20, 2017, 07:58:36 PM
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Hello all, which is the most used chat for byteball (slack or telegram) and can I have an invitation for this one?
Thanks
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December 20, 2017, 08:26:32 PM
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Hello all, which is the most used chat for byteball (slack or telegram) and can I have an invitation for this one?
Thanks

PM me your email to send an invitation to Slack.
You can join telegram here: https://telegram.me/byteball

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December 20, 2017, 08:57:03 PM
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Tonych are you aware of the exchange issues and have you recently tried contacting any major exchanges (such as binance bitfinex coinone coinbase etc) to see if they will list bytes? Exchanges are most receptive to the dev team contacting them. There's also cryptochangex maybe try that out, it needs some volume. Changelly can let you market buy/sell on bittrex even without an account. That may be why the bittrex spread is almost 10%... Not very liquid.
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December 20, 2017, 10:47:50 PM
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I think binance would be great exchange to put bytes on. Not to pump the price (would ‘t be bad anyway), but to diversify and bring bytes closer to huge amount of people (2mio of users). Think about it...
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December 21, 2017, 12:20:57 AM
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I think binance would be great exchange to put bytes on. Not to pump the price (would ‘t be bad anyway), but to diversify and bring bytes closer to huge amount of people (2mio of users). Think about it...
Binance coin application: https://goo.gl/forms/rm4JuOPOxYq2xGTQ2
https://support.binance.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000822512-Listing-a-Coin-on-Binance-com

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December 21, 2017, 01:11:04 AM
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Just some information to any one who has an Etherdelta account

Etherdelta has been hacked using some DNS server attacks !!!!

https://twitter.com/etherdelta/status/943583921714925569

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2622226.0

so be careful going there
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