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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1227481 times)
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May 02, 2018, 11:32:51 AM
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At the moment, only P2P smart contracts between Byteball users. If some day in the future, we can see smart contracts between airplane companies and their users, it will help Byteball fly over the Moon.
Currently, smart contracts for the industry are likely ideas, which need to be boost up somehow to bring them into real life services.
By the way, I love the ideas.

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May 02, 2018, 12:09:06 PM
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One of our fans (MeneerT on bitcointalk) is organizing a video contest that will be funded from the undistributed funds.

Here are the rules:

Post a video about the unique features of Byteball you like the most.
The best 2 videos receive rewards: $500 in Bytes for the best, $250 in Bytes for the second best.

You need to write in the title Byteball (so that we are able to find your video).
Write your Byteball address in the description box of the video (so that we are able to send your bytes easily).
Your video is new and at least 90 seconds long.
The video must be uploaded from today to 1 May inclusive, and the link to the video must posted at least here or in #video_competition channel on slack.

Then, the community on slack, bitcointalk, and telegram will say which videos they like the most.
Based on that and MeneerT's own preference he will make a selection of the best 5 videos and thereafter the community fund's trustees will take the final decision about the best 2.

The winners will be announced on May 7.

The deadline of the video contest has been reached in all time zones of planet earth.
Between 16 April and 1 May inclusiv various videos are published on Youtube with Byteball in the title.

https://youtu.be/SROUuwbHB-k   21-apr-2018   Crypto Stalker
https://youtu.be/T0Nz3wEBAe8   23-apr-2018   John
https://youtu.be/SPHueJvf_A0   24-apr-2018   John
https://youtu.be/93jnbZsudmw   25-apr-2018   Milán Horváth
https://youtu.be/z_YCcQTOxWU   27-apr-2018   Paul Murray
https://youtu.be/FcdJ-3i2i78   26-apr-2018   Paul Murray
https://youtu.be/xNNa4i9Rwf8   30-apr-2018   Bernd Meininger
https://youtu.be/ZlSjFqwcw7U   30-apr-2018   Louis Thomas
https://youtu.be/fJWPnjmre98   30-apr-2018   h3ym0nk3y

At this moment the videos of Crypto Stalker and Milán Horváth are privat, what means they can only be found true a direct link. I hope that both uploaders decide to change that into public, after all Byteball deserves the attention. Last but not least, the video of h3ym0nk3y is not new, it was a little bit naughty to delete this video from 21 february and upload it yesterday  Grin

If any of you want to share some thoughts of which videos are truly the best 2 shout it out here or on slack, your opinion counts too!

I have a slight preference for the following 5 in random order: John, Louis Thomas, Paul Murray, Bernd Meininer and Milán Horváth.

It is up to the community fund's trustees to make the final verdict !
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May 02, 2018, 12:38:28 PM
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GBYTE wallet already on Maintenance status ("27-04-18 investigating Deposit issues"). Maybe and hopefully the problem will be sorted out after this investigation. Unlike in other exchanges, the deposit issue seems to occur frequently in Cryptopia, so imo it's better to make it the last option to use for GBYTE.
Do you know how long it takes for cryptopia to fix these kind of issues ?

Looking beyond something is fine, but one must focus on something that he already has.

I have also lost my bytes in the shitty Cryptopia exchange, so I highly recommend to stay away from this one.
In my experience, if you can not verify your account in Bittrex, cryptox.pl exchange might be a good substitution for the case of Byteball.
I deposited and withdrawned coins in the one without any issues.
How did you lost your byteball in cryptopia? I've deposited byteball in that exchange but unfortunately, it doesnt show in my accout. I opened a ticket and that's why byteball is under maintenance right now.
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May 02, 2018, 02:41:08 PM
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One of our fans (MeneerT on bitcointalk) is organizing a video contest that will be funded from the undistributed funds.

Here are the rules:

Post a video about the unique features of Byteball you like the most.
The best 2 videos receive rewards: $500 in Bytes for the best, $250 in Bytes for the second best.

You need to write in the title Byteball (so that we are able to find your video).
Write your Byteball address in the description box of the video (so that we are able to send your bytes easily).
Your video is new and at least 90 seconds long.
The video must be uploaded from today to 1 May inclusive, and the link to the video must posted at least here or in #video_competition channel on slack.

Then, the community on slack, bitcointalk, and telegram will say which videos they like the most.
Based on that and MeneerT's own preference he will make a selection of the best 5 videos and thereafter the community fund's trustees will take the final decision about the best 2.

The winners will be announced on May 7.

The deadline of the video contest has been reached in all time zones of planet earth.
Between 16 April and 1 May inclusiv various videos are published on Youtube with Byteball in the title.

https://youtu.be/SROUuwbHB-k   21-apr-2018   Crypto Stalker
https://youtu.be/T0Nz3wEBAe8   23-apr-2018   John
https://youtu.be/SPHueJvf_A0   24-apr-2018   John
https://youtu.be/93jnbZsudmw   25-apr-2018   Milán Horváth
https://youtu.be/z_YCcQTOxWU   27-apr-2018   Paul Murray
https://youtu.be/FcdJ-3i2i78   26-apr-2018   Paul Murray
https://youtu.be/xNNa4i9Rwf8   30-apr-2018   Bernd Meininger
https://youtu.be/ZlSjFqwcw7U   30-apr-2018   Louis Thomas
https://youtu.be/fJWPnjmre98   30-apr-2018   h3ym0nk3y

At this moment the videos of Crypto Stalker and Milán Horváth are privat, what means they can only be found true a direct link. I hope that both uploaders decide to change that into public, after all Byteball deserves the attention. Last but not least, the video of h3ym0nk3y is not new, it was a little bit naughty to delete this video from 21 february and upload it yesterday  Grin

If any of you want to share some thoughts of which videos are truly the best 2 shout it out here or on slack, your opinion counts too!

I have a slight preference for the following 5 in random order: John, Louis Thomas, Paul Murray, Bernd Meininer and Milán Horváth.

It is up to the community fund's trustees to make the final verdict !


Milan gets my vote
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May 02, 2018, 02:43:44 PM
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Can someone please explain how the WCG points system works in relation to byteball?
How many WCG points is equal to 1 GB of BB?
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May 02, 2018, 04:05:29 PM
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Can someone please explain how the WCG points system works in relation to byteball?
How many WCG points is equal to 1 GB of BB?

Take a look at this article for the details: https://medium.com/byteball/computing-for-good-again-3795336bdaed. It is said that for every 150000 points you get one dollar in bytes. There is also a one-time reward for WCG users who had points before enrolling in the distribution.

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May 02, 2018, 04:05:35 PM
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How did you lost your byteball in cryptopia? I've deposited byteball in that exchange but unfortunately, it doesnt show in my accout. I opened a ticket and that's why byteball is under maintenance right now.
I have had bad experiences with Cryptopia, which are not related to Byteball transactions.
However, as lots of people warned about the exchange, I don't think someone should take risk and deposit their coins to the exchange.
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May 02, 2018, 05:01:15 PM
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I have not received bytes and WCG points for the past two days, whereas I received them before daily. Is the bot disabled or will I only get bytes after collecting 150k in total?

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May 02, 2018, 06:19:38 PM
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GBYTE wallet already on Maintenance status ("27-04-18 investigating Deposit issues"). Maybe and hopefully the problem will be sorted out after this investigation. Unlike in other exchanges, the deposit issue seems to occur frequently in Cryptopia, so imo it's better to make it the last option to use for GBYTE.
Do you know how long it takes for cryptopia to fix these kind of issues ?

Looking beyond something is fine, but one must focus on something that he already has.

I have also lost my bytes in the shitty Cryptopia exchange, so I highly recommend to stay away from this one.
In my experience, if you can not verify your account in Bittrex, cryptox.pl exchange might be a good substitution for the case of Byteball.
I deposited and withdrawned coins in the one without any issues.
How did you lost your byteball in cryptopia? I've deposited byteball in that exchange but unfortunately, it doesnt show in my accout. I opened a ticket and that's why byteball is under maintenance right now.

Oh no man, again Cryptopia having troubles with Byteball. What the hell! This time I must say I'm happy I got my funds out of it and I actually started using those trading bots we have in app. Better trade small and safe that having our funds locked.
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May 02, 2018, 07:59:41 PM
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GBYTE wallet already on Maintenance status ("27-04-18 investigating Deposit issues"). Maybe and hopefully the problem will be sorted out after this investigation. Unlike in other exchanges, the deposit issue seems to occur frequently in Cryptopia, so imo it's better to make it the last option to use for GBYTE.
Do you know how long it takes for cryptopia to fix these kind of issues ?

Looking beyond something is fine, but one must focus on something that he already has.

I have also lost my bytes in the shitty Cryptopia exchange, so I highly recommend to stay away from this one.
In my experience, if you can not verify your account in Bittrex, cryptox.pl exchange might be a good substitution for the case of Byteball.
I deposited and withdrawned coins in the one without any issues.
How did you lost your byteball in cryptopia? I've deposited byteball in that exchange but unfortunately, it doesnt show in my accout. I opened a ticket and that's why byteball is under maintenance right now.

Oh no man, again Cryptopia having troubles with Byteball. What the hell! This time I must say I'm happy I got my funds out of it and I actually started using those trading bots we have in app. Better trade small and safe that having our funds locked.
Did you also have the same experience as I did? How long till they fixed the issue with byteball during your time?
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Can someone please explain how the WCG points system works in relation to byteball?
How many WCG points is equal to 1 GB of BB?

150 000 WCG points = $1 worth of Byteballs

At the current rate of $257 per GB, 1GB = 38 Millions WCG points.

If your PC quad core can generate 15 000 WCG points per day, it should take you 2500 days - or 7 years to produce 1GB  Tongue (assuming the price per GB remains the same)

This program is more like a faucet then anything else...
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May 03, 2018, 12:01:56 AM
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Can someone please explain how the WCG points system works in relation to byteball?
How many WCG points is equal to 1 GB of BB?

150 000 WCG points = $1 worth of Byteballs

At the current rate of $257 per GB, 1GB = 38 Millions WCG points.

If your PC quad core can generate 15 000 WCG points per day, it should take you 2500 days - or 7 years to produce 1GB  Tongue (assuming the price per GB remains the same)

This program is more like a faucet then anything else...
Can't be a faucet when you're donating PC resources. I'd call it more a good idea gone wrong. They offered $5 for a 1 minute quiz - it got abused. They're offering $1 for about a week of pc resources - how can anyone abuse that? Why are they trying to offer $1? It's just so illogical.

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May 03, 2018, 12:23:59 AM
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Can someone please explain how the WCG points system works in relation to byteball?
How many WCG points is equal to 1 GB of BB?

150 000 WCG points = $1 worth of Byteballs

At the current rate of $257 per GB, 1GB = 38 Millions WCG points.

If your PC quad core can generate 15 000 WCG points per day, it should take you 2500 days - or 7 years to produce 1GB  Tongue (assuming the price per GB remains the same)

This program is more like a faucet then anything else...
Can't be a faucet when you're donating PC resources. I'd call it more a good idea gone wrong. They offered $5 for a 1 minute quiz - it got abused. They're offering $1 for about a week of pc resources - how can anyone abuse that? Why are they trying to offer $1? It's just so illogical.

The maths are wrong, I make a steady 15K points a day with an Atom CPU from 2013 (TDP 20W). A modern quad core should produce far more.

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May 03, 2018, 12:31:13 AM
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The maths are wrong, I make a steady 15K points a day with an Atom CPU from 2013 (TDP 20W). A modern quad core should produce far more.

The system takes into account WCG points,  not BOINC points. 
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May 03, 2018, 12:35:26 AM
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The maths are wrong, I make a steady 15K points a day with an Atom CPU from 2013 (TDP 20W). A modern quad core should produce far more.

The system takes into account WCG points,  not BOINC points. 

I talk about WCG points not BOINC points that are way lower.

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May 03, 2018, 12:53:19 AM
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So if we started the WCG project by using the WCG-distribution test bot, do we need to change to the WCG-distribution bot?
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May 03, 2018, 01:10:19 AM
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The maths are wrong, I make a steady 15K points a day with an Atom CPU from 2013 (TDP 20W). A modern quad core should produce far more.

The system takes into account WCG points,  not BOINC points. 

I talk about WCG points not BOINC points that are way lower.
All the test I recently conducted, and the results from other users show that a good quad core produces about 15k points per day, and height cores about 25-30k points.

Show us your recent results if you can do better! 
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May 03, 2018, 01:14:03 AM
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So if we started the WCG project by using the WCG-distribution test bot, do we need to change to the WCG-distribution bot?
Yes. If you want to be rewarded with the new WCG Points (Honor coin) and the $1 per 150k points.

You have to re-link your Byteball wallet.
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May 03, 2018, 01:21:52 AM
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The maths are wrong, I make a steady 15K points a day with an Atom CPU from 2013 (TDP 20W). A modern quad core should produce far more.

The system takes into account WCG points,  not BOINC points. 

I talk about WCG points not BOINC points that are way lower.
All the test I recently conducted, and the results from other users show that a good quad core produces about 15k points per day, and height cores about 25-30k points.

Show us your recent results if you can do better! 

I make also 25K pts per day on a laptop (i7-7700HQ)


Look at this post:
https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/forums/wcg/viewthread_thread,40377_offset,70#560409
40K pts a day with a 4-cores
80K pts a day with a 8-cores

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May 03, 2018, 01:34:18 AM
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Can someone please explain how the WCG points system works in relation to byteball?
How many WCG points is equal to 1 GB of BB?

150 000 WCG points = $1 worth of Byteballs

At the current rate of $257 per GB, 1GB = 38 Millions WCG points.

If your PC quad core can generate 15 000 WCG points per day, it should take you 2500 days - or 7 years to produce 1GB  Tongue (assuming the price per GB remains the same)

This program is more like a faucet then anything else...
Can't be a faucet when you're donating PC resources. I'd call it more a good idea gone wrong. They offered $5 for a 1 minute quiz - it got abused. They're offering $1 for about a week of pc resources - how can anyone abuse that? Why are they trying to offer $1? It's just so illogical.

I assume that everybody around here is pursuing the profit. Why will we "donate" our PC resources to get penny Byteball? Why do we choose to point our PC resource to Monero or any other profitable coins?
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