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April 04, 2018, 04:16:40 AM
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Idea For A Sustainable Alternative To The Signature Campaign To Airdrop Remaining Bytes

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.

why we should give away gbytes to someone that don't ask it for. They won't value it. And they will sell right the moment you give them. That what happened to bitcoin holder.

Many people here complaied about the moon cancelation give away gbyte. And I think they are right. They are asking for it and they will valued, it is like interest payment.

Don't give it to someone else, give it to us. However to give 10 % every full moon, it is a lot for the market digest it.

I think give away every full moon should be re-intruduce at a 6 % a year. and pay 0.5 % every full moon to byteball holders. instead of Tony's team give away to someone else and  they don't plan to use it for marketing and research in our own dag project, which is new, and it may need more developers and testing.

My respect to Tony and his team.
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April 04, 2018, 08:43:33 AM
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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.
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why we should give away gbytes to someone that don't ask it for. They won't value it. And they will sell right the moment you give them. That what happened to bitcoin holder.

Many people here complaied about the moon cancelation give away gbyte. And I think they are right. They are asking for it and they will valued, it is like interest payment.

The idea is to incentivize users to use the idle computing power of their computers for what appear to be good causes, by giving them bytes. As I see it, they are asking for it by registering and making their computer resources available.

Don't forget that Bitcoin holders were actually the first ones to get the bytes (for free).

Given the behavior of the market during the distribution period, the distributed amount was actually never enough of an incentive to hold. At each round, the price always dropped more than the percentage that was distributed.

There seems to be no right method of distribution, let's just give these new methods a shot.

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April 04, 2018, 10:38:59 AM
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Can there be an easy way for converting BlackByteballs in to Byteballs? We read about the bot straight in the customer
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April 04, 2018, 11:57:06 AM
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I have totally forgotten about WCG. I used to participate and do know why I stopped. Maybe I should stop drinking. But I will start to participate again and if I earn Bytes with it all the better.
(So many I's. But my english isn't good enough to write it better)
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April 04, 2018, 12:39:13 PM
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Indacoin added Bytes some time ago https://indacoin.com/en_GB/change/buy-Bytes-with-cardusd
They allow to buy Bytes with Visa or Mastercard.
The fees are huge though.

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April 04, 2018, 01:19:37 PM
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Can there be an easy way for converting BlackByteballs in to Byteballs? We read about the bot straight in the customer

it doesn't get any easier than that. there have been some OTC trading threads on here in the past and on slack, but the in client trading is the one. as far as i can tell the chances of them ever being on an exchange in the near future are slim.
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April 04, 2018, 01:58:01 PM
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when you plan like me personally to invest in among the upcoming ICO to have ETH at less expensive means getting cheaper bridal party than other people.
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April 04, 2018, 02:31:00 PM
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Can there be an easy way for converting BlackByteballs in to Byteballs? We read about the bot straight in the customer

There are two bots that you can use within the wallet to exchange blackbytes for bytes and vice-versa. Check out https://wiki.byteball.org/Blackbytes#Freebe for information.

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April 04, 2018, 02:48:00 PM
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The truth about Byteball.
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April 04, 2018, 03:34:45 PM
Last edit: April 04, 2018, 04:40:15 PM by Alcibiades Agnes
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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.
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why we should give away gbytes to someone that don't ask it for. They won't value it. And they will sell right the moment you give them. That what happened to bitcoin holder.

Many people here complaied about the moon cancelation give away gbyte. And I think they are right. They are asking for it and they will valued, it is like interest payment.

The idea is to incentivize users to use the idle computing power of their computers for what appear to be good causes, by giving them bytes. As I see it, they are asking for it by registering and making their computer resources available.

Don't forget that Bitcoin holders were actually the first ones to get the bytes (for free).

Given the behavior of the market during the distribution period, the distributed amount was actually never enough of an incentive to hold. At each round, the price always dropped more than the percentage that was distributed.

There seems to be no right method of distribution, let's just give these new methods a shot.

I could be wrong or right, so do you. But this is not way to make decision. Tony may have the power on his hand to distribute the way he thinks, but he shouldn't. We here have the best interest to make byteball succed.
There must be away where all byteball community participate on the decition making by voting for certain proporsal.

We don't have nothing to do mining or fake researches, or promizes.

I would sponsor sport event, where our product have been used. Give the byteball to football team winner through smart contrant. Do something related to us.

Give free insurance to flight delay as an offer.

On the binnary balls, subsidise the whole winner, like instead of paying 89 % pay 100 % of winning predition as an offer for some time, until the market get some traction.

Just focus, and sponsor something related to us.

My respect to Tony and his team.
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April 04, 2018, 04:51:36 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.

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.

This is fucking great idea! My machines are idle since they can't mine crypto coins. Why the hell not crunch some numbers for cancer research or something? I don't care if the rewards are small (as long as it's in GBBYTE), it would still be a great feeling to contribute to humanity.
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April 04, 2018, 06:24:24 PM
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I'm not a scientist  but looking at the technical side about this project  BYTEBALL has a lot of potential compared to other scam tokens out there, it's too bad it has not gotten the attention it deserves for now.
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April 04, 2018, 07:25:37 PM
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Sorry, I'm not vortexz, but Byteball was distributed for free. Almost any price above zero is a profit.

OK, OK... good for you, SpacemanOne, but I bought it and any price  below $550 is disaster for me. However, whatever comes of it, I will hold untill end of this year ...and see what happens.
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April 05, 2018, 03:49:17 AM
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unique thought,i have never been seen something like this on any other coins.great job.
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April 05, 2018, 09:32:15 AM
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Been always a fan of this byteball project team has always updated first time using the app and it works great I just learned that this app can also be used in fundraising like Wordopoly ICO good job team. 


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April 05, 2018, 11:11:07 AM
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The truth about Byteball.
The product: just works, marketing: just sucks
https://byteball.org



Please retweet https://twitter.com/ByteballOrg/status/981461585691598849

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April 05, 2018, 12:58:31 PM
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Two-factorial Theory of Crypto Investments: Who is the Dark Horse?

https://medium.com/@kaantkaantkaant/two-factorial-theory-of-crypto-investments-who-is-the-dark-horse-c131becfe80




The truth about Byteball.
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Please retweet https://twitter.com/ByteballOrg/status/981461585691598849

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Two-factorial Theory of Crypto Investments: Who is the Dark Horse?

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