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April 02, 2018, 10:18:45 PM
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These spammy posts filled with unintelligible or incoherent comments are starting to get annoying.

Anyhow... anyone know anything about http://www.sustainabletoken.io/

As are spammy posts on a completely unrelated topic. I think you're wanting the Sustainable Token thread.

It's over there ---->

Since there is no Sustainable Token thread and the whitepaper says it's an ICO on the Byteball platform, I'm in the right place.

Unh, ooohkaaay...?

Do we discuss EOS on the Ethereum thread?

Mayhaps it is time for little chick to leave the nest.

Anyone with a campaign ad in their signature -- for an organization with which they are not otherwise affiliated -- is automatically deducted credibility points.

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April 02, 2018, 10:41:30 PM
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Byte-BTC Exchange bot is not refreshing "book" orders.
Is something wrong with it???

is there a problem?
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April 02, 2018, 10:52:34 PM
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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

I have been following Byteball for some time and I think the end of free coins just by holding the balance was the right decision. However, I do not like the new way to award coins for posts via a signature campaign. Apart from the fact that the benefit to the project should be limited, users who have high levels and probably already own Bytes are preferred. To get new users -- which should be the goal -- this way is rather not sustainable.

So I have another suggestion where everyone can participate and do something good. I have long been an active member of WorldCommunityGrid where you can leverage your free computing power for meaningful projects and research, e.g. fighting cancer and diseases, and other important things. The software of WorldCommunityGrid named BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is quick and easy to install (all major operating systems and mobile phones are supported). Anyone can set up the software in a few minutes and contribute processing power.

My idea: why do not we start a WorldCommunityGrid (WCG) Byteball team. For calculating small tasks, participants receive WCG points automatically. Via a Byteball bot, members can connect their Byteball address with their WCG username, and then receive free bytes from the bot - say, once a week - depending on the amount of WCG points earned. WCG provides a simple API with which the data can be read into the Byteball DAG via an oracle.

The effort is not big. In principle, only the bot would have to be written. I would have liked to set the task, but unfortunately I'm not a great NodeJs programmer.

If possible, the bot could also accept donations, so that the campaign could also be supported by donations and not only by the remaining bytes to be distributed. I would give a donation myself.

Do good and get bytes!
What do you think about the idea?

This is a great idea!  We'll do it.

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April 02, 2018, 10:57:36 PM
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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

I have been following Byteball for some time and I think the end of free coins just by holding the balance was the right decision. However, I do not like the new way to award coins for posts via a signature campaign. Apart from the fact that the benefit to the project should be limited, users who have high levels and probably already own Bytes are preferred. To get new users -- which should be the goal -- this way is rather not sustainable.

So I have another suggestion where everyone can participate and do something good. I have long been an active member of WorldCommunityGrid where you can leverage your free computing power for meaningful projects and research, e.g. fighting cancer and diseases, and other important things. The software of WorldCommunityGrid named BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is quick and easy to install (all major operating systems and mobile phones are supported). Anyone can set up the software in a few minutes and contribute processing power.

My idea: why do not we start a WorldCommunityGrid (WCG) Byteball team. For calculating small tasks, participants receive WCG points automatically. Via a Byteball bot, members can connect their Byteball address with their WCG username, and then receive free bytes from the bot - say, once a week - depending on the amount of WCG points earned. WCG provides a simple API with which the data can be read into the Byteball DAG via an oracle.

The effort is not big. In principle, only the bot would have to be written. I would have liked to set the task, but unfortunately I'm not a great NodeJs programmer.

If possible, the bot could also accept donations, so that the campaign could also be supported by donations and not only by the remaining bytes to be distributed. I would give a donation myself.

Do good and get bytes!
What do you think about the idea?

This is a great idea!  We'll do it.

Love it. Hopefully this will quiet down the whiners.

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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

I have been following Byteball for some time and I think the end of free coins just by holding the balance was the right decision. However, I do not like the new way to award coins for posts via a signature campaign. Apart from the fact that the benefit to the project should be limited, users who have high levels and probably already own Bytes are preferred. To get new users -- which should be the goal -- this way is rather not sustainable.

So I have another suggestion where everyone can participate and do something good. I have long been an active member of WorldCommunityGrid where you can leverage your free computing power for meaningful projects and research, e.g. fighting cancer and diseases, and other important things. The software of WorldCommunityGrid named BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is quick and easy to install (all major operating systems and mobile phones are supported). Anyone can set up the software in a few minutes and contribute processing power.

My idea: why do not we start a WorldCommunityGrid (WCG) Byteball team. For calculating small tasks, participants receive WCG points automatically. Via a Byteball bot, members can connect their Byteball address with their WCG username, and then receive free bytes from the bot - say, once a week - depending on the amount of WCG points earned. WCG provides a simple API with which the data can be read into the Byteball DAG via an oracle.

The effort is not big. In principle, only the bot would have to be written. I would have liked to set the task, but unfortunately I'm not a great NodeJs programmer.

If possible, the bot could also accept donations, so that the campaign could also be supported by donations and not only by the remaining bytes to be distributed. I would give a donation myself.

Do good and get bytes!
What do you think about the idea?

This is a great idea!  We'll do it.
If I remember ripple did this back in 2014, glad to see Byteball adopt the idea.
Just had a look and yes, it was indeed ripple. https://ripple.com/insights/world-community-grid-welcomes-ripple-labs-as-a-partner/
Can't wait to get started Tony Smiley Lets smash ripple https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/viewTeamInfo.do?teamId=0QGNJ4D832

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April 03, 2018, 01:40:53 AM
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These spammy posts filled with unintelligible or incoherent comments are starting to get annoying.

Anyhow... anyone know anything about http://www.sustainabletoken.io/

As are spammy posts on a completely unrelated topic. I think you're wanting the Sustainable Token thread.

It's over there ---->

Since there is no Sustainable Token thread and the whitepaper says it's an ICO on the Byteball platform, I'm in the right place.

Unh, ooohkaaay...?

Do we discuss EOS on the Ethereum thread?

Mayhaps it is time for little chick to leave the nest.

Has anyone seen an official Byteball announcement about sustainabletoken.io? I've seen Tony make other official ICO announcements on this thread but I haven't seen one for this project.
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April 03, 2018, 02:29:26 AM
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Since there is no Sustainable Token thread and the whitepaper says it's an ICO on the Byteball platform, I'm in the right place.
Has anyone seen an official Byteball announcement about sustainabletoken.io? I've seen Tony make other official ICO announcements on this thread but I haven't seen one for this project.
I don't think you're in the right place as it seem that the ICO you are talking about does/will not run through the Byteball platform. Definitely the reason why it wasn't announced here. As I checked the whitepaper, there's NO indication about it, just mentioned that it will use the Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) just like Byteball.

Better to contact them directly if you have other concern about the said project
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April 03, 2018, 03:01:33 AM
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Since there is no Sustainable Token thread and the whitepaper says it's an ICO on the Byteball platform, I'm in the right place.
Has anyone seen an official Byteball announcement about sustainabletoken.io? I've seen Tony make other official ICO announcements on this thread but I haven't seen one for this project.
I don't think you're in the right place as it seem that the ICO you are talking about does/will not run through the Byteball platform. Definitely the reason why it wasn't announced here. As I checked the whitepaper, there's NO indication about it, just mentioned that it will use the Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) just like Byteball.

Better to contact them directly if you have other concern about the said project

Got it thanks. Mayhaps I misread the whitepaper. That combined with seeing this asset led to the initial conclusion. https://byteball.market/#!/assets/xAA+dSzVuf+M6JA1P84acyzsIgpaIvuBqARy7FQlMz0=
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April 03, 2018, 09:06:40 AM
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Hi, can somebody lent me 0.0005 GB, i need to prove my email, I will return back 0.001 Smiley
To this address: PKXAFBUOO5C5Z3CPGD6IBE3FSMK3RIPN
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April 03, 2018, 09:25:16 AM
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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

I have been following Byteball for some time and I think the end of free coins just by holding the balance was the right decision. However, I do not like the new way to award coins for posts via a signature campaign. Apart from the fact that the benefit to the project should be limited, users who have high levels and probably already own Bytes are preferred. To get new users -- which should be the goal -- this way is rather not sustainable.

So I have another suggestion where everyone can participate and do something good. I have long been an active member of WorldCommunityGrid where you can leverage your free computing power for meaningful projects and research, e.g. fighting cancer and diseases, and other important things. The software of WorldCommunityGrid named BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is quick and easy to install (all major operating systems and mobile phones are supported). Anyone can set up the software in a few minutes and contribute processing power.

My idea: why do not we start a WorldCommunityGrid (WCG) Byteball team. For calculating small tasks, participants receive WCG points automatically. Via a Byteball bot, members can connect their Byteball address with their WCG username, and then receive free bytes from the bot - say, once a week - depending on the amount of WCG points earned. WCG provides a simple API with which the data can be read into the Byteball DAG via an oracle.

The effort is not big. In principle, only the bot would have to be written. I would have liked to set the task, but unfortunately I'm not a great NodeJs programmer.

If possible, the bot could also accept donations, so that the campaign could also be supported by donations and not only by the remaining bytes to be distributed. I would give a donation myself.

Do good and get bytes!
What do you think about the idea?

This is a great idea!  We'll do it.

Wow, this is unexpected BUT great news, well done Tony.

I think WCG and Boinc will be a great adoption boost for BB, lots of new people will hear of byteball, maybe try and get BB used as a tipping currency in their community, give their moderators some balls to play with.
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April 03, 2018, 11:25:21 AM
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Hi, can somebody lent me 0.0005 GB, i need to prove my email, I will return back 0.001 Smiley
To this address: PKXAFBUOO5C5Z3CPGD6IBE3FSMK3RIPN

I will send some.

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April 03, 2018, 03:27:08 PM
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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

I have been following Byteball for some time and I think the end of free coins just by holding the balance was the right decision. However, I do not like the new way to award coins for posts via a signature campaign. Apart from the fact that the benefit to the project should be limited, users who have high levels and probably already own Bytes are preferred. To get new users -- which should be the goal -- this way is rather not sustainable.

So I have another suggestion where everyone can participate and do something good. I have long been an active member of WorldCommunityGrid where you can leverage your free computing power for meaningful projects and research, e.g. fighting cancer and diseases, and other important things. The software of WorldCommunityGrid named BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is quick and easy to install (all major operating systems and mobile phones are supported). Anyone can set up the software in a few minutes and contribute processing power.

My idea: why do not we start a WorldCommunityGrid (WCG) Byteball team. For calculating small tasks, participants receive WCG points automatically. Via a Byteball bot, members can connect their Byteball address with their WCG username, and then receive free bytes from the bot - say, once a week - depending on the amount of WCG points earned. WCG provides a simple API with which the data can be read into the Byteball DAG via an oracle.

The effort is not big. In principle, only the bot would have to be written. I would have liked to set the task, but unfortunately I'm not a great NodeJs programmer.

If possible, the bot could also accept donations, so that the campaign could also be supported by donations and not only by the remaining bytes to be distributed. I would give a donation myself.

Do good and get bytes!
What do you think about the idea?

This is a great idea!  We'll do it.

Ripple did this several years ago. This was fun, but they stopped it because this giveaway was gamed like hell by guys who had access to HPC clusters. I got a lot of XRP renting AWS compute instances Smiley

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for this I believe it is better to make an investment bot. at any time the user deposits bytes on the deposit they are frozen and the funds are returned with interest for example in a month

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the particular Airdrop Problem has been dealt with and I wont mind if it stops. Infact byteball given me stable profit for months without any risk
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Ripple did this several years ago. This was fun, but they stopped it because this giveaway was gamed like hell by guys who had access to HPC clusters. I got a lot of XRP renting AWS compute instances Smiley

Did too.  This could be easily managed by only making payments to Byteball verified accounts (Jumio), and limiting the payouts to a reasonable amount of computing power. What Tony needs is a lot of people with small rigs, not a few people with huge rigs.
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Ripple did this several years ago. This was fun, but they stopped it because this giveaway was gamed like hell by guys who had access to HPC clusters. I got a lot of XRP renting AWS compute instances Smiley

Did too.  This could be easily managed by only making payments to Byteball verified accounts (Jumio), and limiting the payouts to a reasonable amount of computing power. What Tony needs is a lot of people with small rigs, not a few people with huge rigs.

Yes you maybe supporting bitcoin or litecoin mining indirectly or directly, behind the name of WCG.

I would stay away from it. It is burning electric power. Some of us support Byteball because it is enviromental friendly.

I would support it with a WCG Token, but not with Gbytes .
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April 03, 2018, 09:16:38 PM
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I think WCG and Boinc will be a great adoption boost for BB, lots of new people will hear of byteball, maybe try and get BB used as a tipping currency in their community, give their moderators some balls to play with.

Ordinary people never heard neither of WCG or Boinc therefore rest of BB will go to the hand of tech-savvy guys if such distribution will be adopted. This is in contradiction with the initial notion of mass distribution followed by TonyCH as those guys  are small fraction  of folk that could  be involved.

Infact byteball given me stable profit for months without any risk

Could you elaborate this. How does it come? The coin is in steady decline but gives you a profit.
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Infact byteball given me stable profit for months without any risk

Could you elaborate this. How does it come? The coin is in steady decline but gives you a profit.

Sorry, I'm not vortexz, but Byteball was distributed for free. Almost any price above zero is a profit.

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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

I have been following Byteball for some time and I think the end of free coins just by holding the balance was the right decision. However, I do not like the new way to award coins for posts via a signature campaign. Apart from the fact that the benefit to the project should be limited, users who have high levels and probably already own Bytes are preferred. To get new users -- which should be the goal -- this way is rather not sustainable.

So I have another suggestion where everyone can participate and do something good. I have long been an active member of WorldCommunityGrid where you can leverage your free computing power for meaningful projects and research, e.g. fighting cancer and diseases, and other important things. The software of WorldCommunityGrid named BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing) is quick and easy to install (all major operating systems and mobile phones are supported). Anyone can set up the software in a few minutes and contribute processing power.

My idea: why do not we start a WorldCommunityGrid (WCG) Byteball team. For calculating small tasks, participants receive WCG points automatically. Via a Byteball bot, members can connect their Byteball address with their WCG username, and then receive free bytes from the bot - say, once a week - depending on the amount of WCG points earned. WCG provides a simple API with which the data can be read into the Byteball DAG via an oracle.

The effort is not big. In principle, only the bot would have to be written. I would have liked to set the task, but unfortunately I'm not a great NodeJs programmer.

If possible, the bot could also accept donations, so that the campaign could also be supported by donations and not only by the remaining bytes to be distributed. I would give a donation myself.

Do good and get bytes!
What do you think about the idea?

This is a great idea!  We'll do it.

Ripple did this several years ago. This was fun, but they stopped it because this giveaway was gamed like hell by guys who had access to HPC clusters. I got a lot of XRP renting AWS compute instances Smiley



I don't really have a problem if people fire up aws instances and use the compute power for WCG and make some BB, up to a point it doesn't reduce the incentive for others to run one boinc on their personal PC. Ripple boinc giveaway ended up being a PR disaster  because they abruptly stopped the giveaway when people still had unused boinc credits to claim. That left a sour taste for me. Don't change the rules mid stream without good reason, and give people some advanced warning if you really need to change things.
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April 03, 2018, 11:38:39 PM
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Yes you maybe supporting bitcoin or litecoin mining indirectly or directly, behind the name of WCG.

I would stay away from it. It is burning electric power. Some of us support Byteball because it is enviromental friendly.

I would support it with a WCG Token, but not with Gbytes .

No way.
Only these projets run on WCG: https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/research/viewAllProjects.do
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