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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1216109 times)
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January 04, 2018, 09:30:44 PM
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Obviously, if you don't have the wallet installed... There is no way for you to hold coins on your computer! Roll Eyes

- Download and install the wallet
- select "lite" when setting up the wallet after install, do NOT use full node
- get address from wallet after install
- send GBYTE from exchange to you new address
- Register with Transition Bot

Note: the March Airdrop may not happen... It is not guaranteed
thanks for the infos
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January 04, 2018, 09:47:53 PM
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January 04, 2018, 10:00:53 PM
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I have read time ago that the wallet is now supporting the possibility to broadcast names also for user issued assets, but that a system of name registry had still to be developed for that. Any news on the state of developement of this issue?

I think this is very important question, because a friend of me have a coffee shop and he like use a own asset for loyal points.
But without name is the asset useless for real life and not nice to look at.
sorry for my english
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January 05, 2018, 12:08:14 AM
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The byteball-alt trade bot currently telling me that byteball not available (when trying to exchange from ETH).
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January 05, 2018, 07:55:56 AM
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The byteball-alt trade bot currently telling me that byteball not available (when trying to exchange from ETH).

It's linked to Changelly and that is linked to Bittrex. When Bittrex wallets go into maintenance mode, either ETH or GBYTE, the option to trade between them disappears in Changelly. When that happens you can't trade using the in-wallet bot either.

⚪ Byteball     ❱❱❱     I T   J U S T   W O R K S .    ❱❱❱
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January 05, 2018, 08:07:21 AM
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I have read time ago that the wallet is now supporting the possibility to broadcast names also for user issued assets, but that a system of name registry had still to be developed for that. Any news on the state of developement of this issue?

I think this is very important question, because a friend of me have a coffee shop and he like use a own asset for loyal points.
But without name is the asset useless for real life and not nice to look at.
sorry for my english

User @pmiklos in Slack just published his Asset Registration Policy of his registry, you can read it here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQnpiwTipnBgrhSJcELOYYAOa3mTLZbmLmOebbtHFJFrfgHtlsNNZ9MPEGafvtuTnVAyfWukwu_hYSB/pub

To begin with he will publish only those assets that get verified. He also plans to publish unverified assets in the future but those will be posted by a different registry address. The above  document is also linked on the https://byteball.market website.

[paraphrased from Slack post in #announcements channel]

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January 05, 2018, 09:32:41 AM
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It's linked to Changelly and that is linked to Bittrex. When Bittrex wallets go into maintenance mode, either ETH or GBYTE, the option to trade between them disappears in Changelly. When that happens you can't trade using the in-wallet bot either.
Basically, new users can't buy Byteball at the moment! Cryptopia can't get their system working anymore, and Bittrex doesn't accept new users.

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January 05, 2018, 09:38:30 AM
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It's linked to Changelly and that is linked to Bittrex. When Bittrex wallets go into maintenance mode, either ETH or GBYTE, the option to trade between them disappears in Changelly. When that happens you can't trade using the in-wallet bot either.
Basically, new users can't buy Byteball at the moment! Cryptopia can't get their system working anymore, and Bittrex doesn't accept new users.

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January 05, 2018, 09:43:06 AM
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Is anyone in active discussions with cryptopia?

this investigation has been weeks now.
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January 05, 2018, 09:58:18 AM
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Is anyone in active discussions with cryptopia?

this investigation has been weeks now.

Tony e-mailed them half a dozen times without response but apparently they are overloaded with support requests so they have a special form for stuff like this, he contacted them yesterday through this form. [source: Slack]

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January 05, 2018, 11:34:43 AM
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The actual quote is nothing exciting:

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Byteball is another crypto network that uses a directed acyclic graph in lieu of a blockchain

But Byteball is indeed mentioned (including a link).
I wouldn't underestimate that, no matter what is the quote...still there's the link and name in my point of view it's very important. New year begun and investors are looking for opportunities Smiley
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January 05, 2018, 12:01:53 PM
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Is anyone in active discussions with cryptopia?

this investigation has been weeks now.

Tony e-mailed them half a dozen times without response but apparently they are overloaded with support requests so they have a special form for stuff like this, he contacted them yesterday through this form. [source: Slack]

Cryptopia is  not worth fighting for.  It's an average exchange with  volume  not  high. The people behind Cryptopia are unable to fix  problems (if any)  fast.

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January 05, 2018, 12:04:55 PM
Last edit: January 05, 2018, 12:19:54 PM by Conibito
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Another round about the denomination issue:

This is my proposal, let's change drastically the unit, let's move straight forward to KBYTE:

Pros

- We can use KBY acronim, it's not yet chosen by any other crypto (at the moment).
- It's shorter, not "mega", not "giga", just one letter "K".
- Sounds well in many languages (key-byte in english).
- It's clear that many of the new people arriving to crypto are prone to invest in lower denominated assets. It's about psychology, but most of them prefer to buy "thousands" of coins instead of just a portion of one.
- Let's forget about "byteball", that two words sound not so good for most of english native speakers. I'm not one of them, but I think that KBYTE should be the name of the plattform instead of byteball.
- No need to make any major change in the wallet, very easy to implement.
- We recently celebrated our first anniversary, it's time for a rebranding.
- Right now it's easier to do the change, because this coin is not at many exchanges.
- All recent rebrandings in the crypto world have been successfuly supported by users and rewarded with higher prices.

Cons

- None I discovered.


Lets comment about this proposal!


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As a gift only for the first one who catch it Wink

Here is your link to receive 1000 KBYTE (≈0,84 USD): https://byteball.org/openapp.html#textcoin?ramp-renew-opera-space-juice-either-draw-regular-exile-radio-dance-penalty
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January 05, 2018, 12:16:42 PM
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Another round about the denomination issue:

I'm going to do a proposal, let's change drastically the unit, let's move straight forward to KBYTE:

Pros

- We can use KBY acronim, it's not yet chosen by any other crypto (at the moment).
- It's shorter, not "mega", not "giga", just one letter "K".
- Sonds well in many languages (key-byte in english).
- It's clear that many of the new people arriving to crypto are prone to invest in lower denominated assets. It's about psychology, but most of them prefer to buy "thousands" of coins instead of just a portion of one.
- Let's forget about "byteball", that two words sound not so good for most of english native speakers. I'm not one of them, but I think that KBYTE should be the name of the plattform instead of byteball.
- No need to make any major change in the wallet, very easy to implement.
- We recently celebrated our first anniversary, it's time for a rebranding.
- Right now it's easier to do the change, because this coin is not at many exchanges.

Cons

- None I discovered.


Lets comment about this proposal!


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As a gift only for the first one who catch it Wink

Here is your link to receive 1000 KBYTE (≈0,84 USD): https://byteball.org/openapp.html#textcoin?ramp-renew-opera-space-juice-either-draw-regular-exile-radio-dance-penalty
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Bad. It was proposed million times already. The thread discussed this and came to conclusion that pertaining   cons  overweight relevant pros.

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January 05, 2018, 12:23:48 PM
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Another round about the denomination issue:

This is my proposal, let's change drastically the unit, let's move straight forward to KBYTE:

Pros

- We can use KBY acronim, it's not yet chosen by any other crypto (at the moment).
- It's shorter, not "mega", not "giga", just one letter "K".
- Sounds well in many languages (key-byte in english).
- It's clear that many of the new people arriving to crypto are prone to invest in lower denominated assets. It's about psychology, but most of them prefer to buy "thousands" of coins instead of just a portion of one.
- Let's forget about "byteball", that two words sound not so good for most of english native speakers. I'm not one of them, but I think that KBYTE should be the name of the plattform instead of byteball.
- No need to make any major change in the wallet, very easy to implement.
- We recently celebrated our first anniversary, it's time for a rebranding.
- Right now it's easier to do the change, because this coin is not at many exchanges.
- All recent rebrandings in the crypto world have been successfuly supported by users and rewarded with higher prices.

Cons

- None I discovered.


Lets comment about this proposal!


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As a gift only for the first one who catch it Wink

Here is your link to receive 1000 KBYTE (≈0,84 USD): https://byteball.org/openapp.html#textcoin?ramp-renew-opera-space-juice-either-draw-regular-exile-radio-dance-penalty
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Bad. It was proposed million times already. The thread discussed this and came to conclusion that pertaining   cons  overweight relevant pros.

What are those pertaining cons? Please, let me know.
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January 05, 2018, 12:27:59 PM
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I am thinking about migrating to BTC Segwit addresses, but I want to link my BTC addresses with my Byteball wallet. Is this also possible with the new addresses?
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January 05, 2018, 01:24:04 PM
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Basically, new users can't buy Byteball at the moment! Cryptopia can't get their system working anymore, and Bittrex doesn't accept new users.
New User can buy at Cryptox.pl at this time...

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January 05, 2018, 01:24:59 PM
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Is anyone in active discussions with cryptopia?

this investigation has been weeks now.

Tony e-mailed them half a dozen times without response but apparently they are overloaded with support requests so they have a special form for stuff like this, he contacted them yesterday through this form. [source: Slack]
Being listed on binance would be the best, but tony must contact them.
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January 05, 2018, 01:42:51 PM
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While trying to send my blackbytes from one address to another one within my app I've got the following error mistake:

"Impossible to send payment. Too many messages, try sending a lower amount"

So what now? Any ideas from the tech guys?

EDIT: I have then tried sending a lower amount and it went through. However the mystery on what has happened remains.

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January 05, 2018, 01:46:04 PM
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Is anyone in active discussions with cryptopia?

this investigation has been weeks now.

Tony e-mailed them half a dozen times without response but apparently they are overloaded with support requests so they have a special form for stuff like this, he contacted them yesterday through this form. [source: Slack]

Cryptopia is  not worth fighting for.  It's an average exchange with  volume  not  high. The people behind Cryptopia are unable to fix  problems (if any)  fast.

it is worth fighting for. Cryptopia is one of the best exchanges in terms of supported coins and it doesn't require verification. A lot of people prefer it, including myself. I trade several obscure coins (yes, byteball is obscure too, though the least obscure of mine) and cryptopia has them all.
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