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January 23, 2018, 01:55:16 PM
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To bad to hear so many people are having trouble verifying. I wonder how much of that is users not doing things properly (e.g. using a low res camera) and how much of that is needing a better how to (e.g. stressing the importance of using a good camera and good lighting conditions). However, as an ICT-professional i know that improving instructions only helps so much, many people can't do slightly complicated tasks no matter how good the explenation is....

I've had three experiences with verification, me and a buddy of mine verified in less then ten minutes, another failed because he was using a low-res laptop webcam.

As I've said before, I've helped verified 3 people using their passports and I've had no problems. And I've also helped (try to) verify other 2 persons using their national IDs on high-end Android devices, with Latin characters, with no glare, proper focus,  and the process failed both times.

I really think national IDs from a lot of countries (maybe most countries) are not supported. I'd like to know which ones exactly. That information should be posted.

Who here has been successfully verified with a national ID or driving license? From what countries?

Can the national IDs without latin characters be verified? Or can I get verified with my passport?
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January 23, 2018, 02:15:05 PM
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Can the national IDs without latin characters be verified?
No, Latin characters are required

Or can I get verified with my passport?
Yes. See the steps here.

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January 23, 2018, 04:10:38 PM
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Hey guys we are happy to announce that we also participte in the Byteball Cashback Program, besides the cashback we offer also 20% discount with code OPEN18!
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January 24, 2018, 12:02:05 AM
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this was probably asked already but i couldn't find it...
if i have already participated in the last airdrop in november, do i have to register that btc address again with the chat bot before the next airdrop in march or does the same address participate automatically again?
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January 24, 2018, 12:43:20 AM
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The same address participate automatically again, you must only register again when you move your bytes or btc to a other address.
you can easy speak with the chatbot and he tell you the connected value.

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January 24, 2018, 07:52:09 AM
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Can the national IDs without latin characters be verified?
No, Latin characters are required

Or can I get verified with my passport?
Yes. See the steps here.


This is a very excellent idea for better distribution. I hope it was initiated by the dev team itself so that the distribution goes further than BTC holders.

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January 24, 2018, 06:08:16 PM
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I can't believe byteball is this good.Fast feeless.Privacy.Working wallets
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January 24, 2018, 07:19:36 PM
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I am in Byteball since November and it shows amazing growth! Not only in satoshis, but in USD too! Still waiting for upswing that is coming!
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January 24, 2018, 11:36:16 PM
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Now we have the first name registry recognized by the main hub.

The registry is operated by Peter Miklos (@pmiklos on slack) who also runs Byteball Asset manager at https://byteball.market/ and a similar bot.

This is the registration policy https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQnpiwTipnBgrhSJcELOYYAOa3mTLZbmLmOebbtHFJFrfgHtlsNNZ9MPEGafvtuTnVAyfWukwu_hYSB/pub

One of its recent registration records: https://explorer.byteball.org/#IYeNVOvVeP8X9hDx3LgPu48MCTVbeo8S/NJM0vIAY14=

Once a name is registered, it becomes visible  in the wallets updated to a recent version.

Contact Peter on slack to assign human readable names to your assets.

This is a crucial step forwards for the Byteball platform. This was badly needed by anyone willing to create assets on the platform. It should really benefit the user adoption of the platform.

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January 25, 2018, 12:31:39 AM
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I am in Byteball since November and it shows amazing growth! Not only in satoshis, but in USD too! Still waiting for upswing that is coming!

Yes, a huge upswing is long due by now, if you consider how much Iota and Raiblocks have risen. There is also an article on this issue:

https://coinidol.com/raiblocks-iota-and-undervalued-byteball/


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January 25, 2018, 12:40:16 AM
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For this kyc thing can we use camera on other device? Because I have wallet on my main pc that doesn't have camera, but I do have an iphone which I can use.

This is actually an issue. I remember when I have done the kyc for Coinbase (I think it was Coinbase) Jumio would not accept my document's picture as taken by my laptop's camera. So I have failed the kyc. But they I have done it again with an Iphone which has a better camera and this time it went through. Since this time we have to pay 8$ for Jumio, whatever technical problem we would have in the process we would just lose 8$. I can surviva that, but I guess that any Newbie who would lose 8$ as his first experience with Byteball would not end up with a very good impression of Bytebal and the motivation to try again...

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January 25, 2018, 03:07:51 AM
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For what it's worth, I just tried participating in the airdrop for BTC owners.

What a pile of crap....
1. tried installing the wallet twice on my Windows 7. All I get is an app window that stays blank.
So the wallet does not work, there is ZERO system requirement on the website. Besides, installer is pretty lengthy & installs a big lot of crap, for an app that is (most likely, guessing by what it installs) a browser in a window, running javascript crap. As a programmer I wouldn't trust that.

2. gave a chance to the phone app, even though I normally don't trust my phone for anything serious. Had to type in my lengthy BTC address, because of course the chat won't read QR codes (what was I expecting?) only to be replied that signing messages wouldn't work with segwit addresses.

Bah....
I mean I don't care for the airdrop, from what I read you'd get 0.1GB for every 16 BTC, that's not even worth the tx fees.
But you guys trust this? Poor coding, & anti-segwit?

(not saying the coin won't do well, it doesn't need to be good or even working for that)
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January 25, 2018, 03:27:04 AM
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For what it's worth, I just tried participating in the airdrop for BTC owners.

What a pile of crap....
1. tried installing the wallet twice on my Windows 7. All I get is an app window that stays blank.
So the wallet does not work, there is ZERO system requirement on the website. Besides, installer is pretty lengthy & installs a big lot of crap, for an app that is (most likely, guessing by what it installs) a browser in a window, running javascript crap. As a programmer I wouldn't trust that.

2. gave a chance to the phone app, even though I normally don't trust my phone for anything serious. Had to type in my lengthy BTC address, because of course the chat won't read QR codes (what was I expecting?) only to be replied that signing messages wouldn't work with segwit addresses.

Bah....
I mean I don't care for the airdrop, from what I read you'd get 0.1GB for every 16 BTC, that's not even worth the tx fees.
But you guys trust this? Poor coding, & anti-segwit?

(not saying the coin won't do well, it doesn't need to be good or even working for that)
Airdrop to bitcoin holders is not really worth it now and it will probably removed it used to be good but not anymore, we still didn't hear a solid confirmation from the Dev about the next airdrop,linking a Segwit wallet is not possible this has nothing to do with Byteball it's something to do with Bitcoin as you can't sign a message from a Segwit wallet
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January 25, 2018, 03:30:44 AM
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For what it's worth, I just tried participating in the airdrop for BTC owners.

What a pile of crap....
1. tried installing the wallet twice on my Windows 7. All I get is an app window that stays blank.
So the wallet does not work, there is ZERO system requirement on the website. Besides, installer is pretty lengthy & installs a big lot of crap, for an app that is (most likely, guessing by what it installs) a browser in a window, running javascript crap. As a programmer I wouldn't trust that.

2. gave a chance to the phone app, even though I normally don't trust my phone for anything serious. Had to type in my lengthy BTC address, because of course the chat won't read QR codes (what was I expecting?) only to be replied that signing messages wouldn't work with segwit addresses.

Bah....
I mean I don't care for the airdrop, from what I read you'd get 0.1GB for every 16 BTC, that's not even worth the tx fees.
But you guys trust this? Poor coding, & anti-segwit?

(not saying the coin won't do well, it doesn't need to be good or even working for that)
Airdrop to bitcoin holders is not really worth it now and it will probably removed it used to be good but not anymore, we still didn't hear a solid confirmation from the Dev about the next airdrop,linking a Segwit wallet is not possible this has nothing to do with Byteball it's something to do with Bitcoin as you can't sign a message from a Segwit wallet
anyway if you have bitcoin just hodl and make money from bitcoin many forks then buy Byteball if you think it has some good future,Bitcoin forks are happening almost on a weekly basis but some of them will not succeed for sure may be few will succeed
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January 25, 2018, 05:15:56 AM
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linking a Segwit wallet is not possible this has nothing to do with Byteball it's something to do with Bitcoin as you can't sign a message from a Segwit wallet

Ah I see.
Well from what I see it's possible (& the Ledger app does allow signing in segwit), but not standardized yet. Well, makes sense then.
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January 25, 2018, 05:25:57 AM
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Do you realize that Microsoft has stopped Mainstream support of Windows 7 on January 2015?  Over 3 years ago...

Maybe its time to upgrade your OS...

It's still in extended support until 2020, and it doesn't matter, I prefer Win7.

I have Win10 on a tablet and I don't like it.

Still not a reason not to support win7, though. Depending on where you look at, Win7/Win10 installed base is 40/40%, 20/40% or 40/20%...
So even in the worst case it'd be unacceptable (even though I doubt it's the reason it didn't work here) for an app to require Win10 today.
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January 25, 2018, 06:35:52 AM
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Hey guys we are happy to announce that we also participte in the Byteball Cashback Program, besides the cashback we offer also 20% discount with code OPEN18!
Feel free to take a look doyoucrypto.com

An additional 20% discount? That’s awesome!

Let me help you with the link: https://doyoucrypto.com/

 

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January 25, 2018, 06:43:37 AM
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wallet windows 32bit.
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January 25, 2018, 06:49:18 AM
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wallet windows 32bit.

You find the setups for all wallet types on our github:
https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

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January 25, 2018, 09:53:32 AM
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Is there a way to generate a wallet address/private key pair with Byteball and use as cold storage?

Best way would be sending all funds to a textcoin and to delete that textcoin from the wallet after printing it.

Check here:

Version 2.1 released: https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

* Added ability to send all public assets as textcoins.  Previously it was available only for bytes.
* Added ability to remove the sent textcoins from the wallet, which allows to create paper wallets for cold storage.  The paper wallet is just the 12 words of the textcoin.  After writing it down (and optionally printing as QR code using any QR code generator), you delete the textcoin from the wallet to protect it from online threats.  Later, you can get this money back online by using Claim link on the Receive tab of the wallet and typing the 12 words.  If you don't plan to spend 90% of your balance in the near future, this is a way to keep it safer.
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