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January 03, 2018, 02:51:13 PM
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Blackbytes Bytes Exchange BEEB is offering you 1,000,000 Bytes!

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Here is your link to receive 1,000,000 Bytes: https://byteball.org/openapp.html#textcoin?together-orange-pelican-tooth-fox-lucky-half-cup-window-coil-radar-pen

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January 03, 2018, 02:59:31 PM
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Why do you think IOTA and XRB soared (moon, in crypto slang) while GByte is still 0.05 BTC? Any idea? It doesn't make much sense in my opinion.

Let the bullet fly for a while, dude.
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January 03, 2018, 03:12:31 PM
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Why do you think IOTA and XRB soared (moon, in crypto slang) while GByte is still 0.05 BTC? Any idea? It doesn't make much sense in my opinion.

it's because noobs think BB is expensive. In the meantime tony keeps ignoring our requests to list the coin in MByte to be psychologically more attractive.
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January 03, 2018, 04:05:35 PM
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Not so long ago, both Stellar Lumens and Byteball were around the same place at Coinmarketcap, around #20 based on market cap. I remember this, because both were airdropped and both had my attention.
At the moment, Stellar is #6, while Byteball is #56. Byteball only has about 33% left to distribute, Stellar has about 83% left, and keeps a very large share for it's own foundation. Stellar is centralized, has very low fees, a high cost per wallet and hence no privacy in using different addresses, and yet, it has a much higher market cap.
While Byteball went up 4-fold in the past 3 months (measured in dollars), stellar went up 70-fold. I can only dream of Byteball following this path, it would mean more than a Bitcoin per GBYTE, or as many prefer: more than 0.001BTC per MBYTE.
Stellar always had a higher 24h trading volume than Byteball, it's now 450 times larger. But Stellar is traded al almost all possible exchanges.

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January 03, 2018, 04:18:40 PM
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 The DAG uses each transaction on its “chain” to solve the ones before it, as more transactions go on the quicker the solution is found.
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January 03, 2018, 04:20:02 PM
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The DAG uses each transaction on its “chain” to solve the ones before it, as more transactions go on the quicker the solution is found.
Byteball distributed their initial “Bytes” back in 2016 via cashback partnerships with merchants and distributing certain amounts dependent on the amount of BTC in an account. This has resulted in a headstart in the market instead of, what has become the industry standard, creating an ICO and hoping for the best.Beyond this, Byteball is offering smart contracts similar in vein to what Ethereum offers. They have even further expanded on the capabilities of these contracts for use in betting on sports events or political elections as well.
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January 03, 2018, 04:26:35 PM
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Why do you think IOTA and XRB soared (moon, in crypto slang) while GByte is still 0.05 BTC? Any idea? It doesn't make much sense in my opinion.

Let the bullet fly for a while, dude.
That's because the byteball is far more than the money in the public's heart, and compared to the thousands of coins in the market soaring, the byteball is thought to be the bottom at the moment
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January 03, 2018, 04:41:01 PM
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What is best exchange for this coin to buy?
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January 03, 2018, 06:06:08 PM
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What is best exchange for this coin to buy?

I think byteball is only list on Bittrex.

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January 03, 2018, 06:19:36 PM
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Byteball is also listed on Cryptopia but their wallet has been in maintenance for quite some time already, making withdrawals impossible. I do not know the current stats thereof.

For all available markets, see: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/byteball/#markets

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January 03, 2018, 06:39:07 PM
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What is best exchange for this coin to buy?

I think byteball is only list on Bittrex.

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I like Cryptox, is not much traffic, but never had any problem.


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January 03, 2018, 06:41:50 PM
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Awesome features! BTW, improved translations didn't make it into the new version?

Didn't have time to merge them, will make it to the next.

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January 03, 2018, 06:57:33 PM
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Updated translations of the site:

https://byteball.org/index.html.ja
https://byteball.org/index.html.de
https://byteball.org/index.html.ru

A few other languages are less than half done:
https://byteball.org/index.html.pl
https://byteball.org/index.html.es
https://byteball.org/index.html.zh
https://byteball.org/index.html.da

Please join our crowdin project and help translate https://crowdin.com/project/byteball-web

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January 03, 2018, 07:07:46 PM
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is there bounty program for translation?
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January 03, 2018, 07:17:22 PM
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Happy to contribute but how does this work (I logged in but cannot find the English master file)?

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January 03, 2018, 07:21:44 PM
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Not so long ago, both Stellar Lumens and Byteball were around the same place at Coinmarketcap, around #20 based on market cap. I remember this, because both were airdropped and both had my attention.
At the moment, Stellar is #6, while Byteball is #56. Byteball only has about 33% left to distribute, Stellar has about 83% left, and keeps a very large share for it's own foundation. Stellar is centralized, has very low fees, a high cost per wallet and hence no privacy in using different addresses, and yet, it has a much higher market cap.
While Byteball went up 4-fold in the past 3 months (measured in dollars), stellar went up 70-fold. I can only dream of Byteball following this path, it would mean more than a Bitcoin per GBYTE, or as many prefer: more than 0.001BTC per MBYTE.
Stellar always had a higher 24h trading volume than Byteball, it's now 450 times larger. But Stellar is traded al almost all possible exchanges.

That is an interesting comparison. You have forgotten to mention that Stellar does a hell of a marketing, and Byteball does zero marketing. We live in an age where marketing, alas, is one of the most important factors in the success of a project, because it deals with the PERCEPTION that people have of a product, which in the end is what really matters. We need a marketing division for Byteball.

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January 03, 2018, 07:37:05 PM
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Not so long ago, both Stellar Lumens and Byteball were around the same place at Coinmarketcap, around #20 based on market cap. I remember this, because both were airdropped and both had my attention.
At the moment, Stellar is #6, while Byteball is #56. Byteball only has about 33% left to distribute, Stellar has about 83% left, and keeps a very large share for it's own foundation. Stellar is centralized, has very low fees, a high cost per wallet and hence no privacy in using different addresses, and yet, it has a much higher market cap.
While Byteball went up 4-fold in the past 3 months (measured in dollars), stellar went up 70-fold. I can only dream of Byteball following this path, it would mean more than a Bitcoin per GBYTE, or as many prefer: more than 0.001BTC per MBYTE.
Stellar always had a higher 24h trading volume than Byteball, it's now 450 times larger. But Stellar is traded al almost all possible exchanges.

That is an interesting comparison. You have forgotten to mention that Stellar does a hell of a marketing, and Byteball does zero marketing. We live in an age where marketing, alas, is one of the most important factors in the success of a project, because it deals with the PERCEPTION that people have of a product, which in the end is what really matters. We need a marketing division for Byteball.

Marketing might result in quick gains, but if a project has substance backing it, the project will eventually be 'discovered'. Bitcoin didn't do any marketing, but its price exploded eventually. Just think of these initial days as an opportunity to accumulate cheap GB. Once the euphoria around all these pumped coins dies down, byteball will also zoom up.


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January 03, 2018, 07:42:42 PM
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Not so long ago, both Stellar Lumens and Byteball were around the same place at Coinmarketcap, around #20 based on market cap. I remember this, because both were airdropped and both had my attention.
At the moment, Stellar is #6, while Byteball is #56. Byteball only has about 33% left to distribute, Stellar has about 83% left, and keeps a very large share for it's own foundation. Stellar is centralized, has very low fees, a high cost per wallet and hence no privacy in using different addresses, and yet, it has a much higher market cap.
While Byteball went up 4-fold in the past 3 months (measured in dollars), stellar went up 70-fold. I can only dream of Byteball following this path, it would mean more than a Bitcoin per GBYTE, or as many prefer: more than 0.001BTC per MBYTE.
Stellar always had a higher 24h trading volume than Byteball, it's now 450 times larger. But Stellar is traded al almost all possible exchanges.

That is an interesting comparison. You have forgotten to mention that Stellar does a hell of a marketing, and Byteball does zero marketing. We live in an age where marketing, alas, is one of the most important factors in the success of a project, because it deals with the PERCEPTION that people have of a product, which in the end is what really matters. We need a marketing division for Byteball.

You're right man. At the end of the day, It's all a marketing game. A good product is important but have a solid marketing strategy is very much important as well. For instance, A lot of people may not even know about Byteball for the value it provides but will opt for low value alternatives that they know about. There's a popular saying that The devil you know is better than the angel you have no idea about. Same thing applies here

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Happy to contribute but how does this work (I logged in but cannot find the English master file)?
What language you want to contribute translation to?

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January 03, 2018, 07:54:08 PM
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Not so long ago, both Stellar Lumens and Byteball were around the same place at Coinmarketcap, around #20 based on market cap. I remember this, because both were airdropped and both had my attention.
At the moment, Stellar is #6, while Byteball is #56. Byteball only has about 33% left to distribute, Stellar has about 83% left, and keeps a very large share for it's own foundation. Stellar is centralized, has very low fees, a high cost per wallet and hence no privacy in using different addresses, and yet, it has a much higher market cap.
While Byteball went up 4-fold in the past 3 months (measured in dollars), stellar went up 70-fold. I can only dream of Byteball following this path, it would mean more than a Bitcoin per GBYTE, or as many prefer: more than 0.001BTC per MBYTE.
Stellar always had a higher 24h trading volume than Byteball, it's now 450 times larger. But Stellar is traded al almost all possible exchanges.

That is an interesting comparison. You have forgotten to mention that Stellar does a hell of a marketing, and Byteball does zero marketing. We live in an age where marketing, alas, is one of the most important factors in the success of a project, because it deals with the PERCEPTION that people have of a product, which in the end is what really matters. We need a marketing division for Byteball.

Marketing might result in quick gains, but if a project has substance backing it, the project will eventually be 'discovered'. Bitcoin didn't do any marketing, but its price exploded eventually. Just think of these initial days as an opportunity to accumulate cheap GB. Once the euphoria around all these pumped coins dies down, byteball will also zoom up.

At the time of Bitcoin there was no other cryptocurrency = zero concurrence for Bitcoin. And still Bitcoin needed years to be recognized as a store of value. Now we have thousands of different coins and their number is growing faster and faster. The brightest gem among cryptos is destined to be rendered invisible in the rising background noise, possibly remaining invisible forever, without an aggressive marketing strategy.
The same happened to science and to literature. 100 years ago nobody could ignore a good book or a good scientific theory if they came out in public. Today, drawned in the background noise you have masterpieces of literature and mind boggling scientific theories which are virtually invisible to human society.

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