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July 22, 2018, 10:46:35 PM
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What happens if a textcoin is not claimed by the recipient? why i cant install wallet? Anyone?
I haven't tried this feature, but as far as I remember there's a claim back link on the sender's transaction page. What wallet are you installing btw (iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, etc.)?

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July 22, 2018, 11:05:29 PM
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‘the graph is very complex now, which makes validation very slow, and it is still performed in sql. So large complex graph became possible after we allowed spending unconfirmed funds. Trying to do urgent performance improvements now’

Wasn't the scalability of DAG supposed to be much, much better than blockchain? I thought that was the selling point of Byteball and other cryptocurrencies based on DAG. But if validation becomes slower as the graph becomes more complex, then we really don't have a competitive advantage in using DAG,.

That’s a valid concern but please mind that we have mostly unoptimised code here. IMO the underlying SQL server is the bottleneck here, there’s no flaw in the DAG scalability. This was already discussed several times but the optimization of the database functions was postponed because other improvements seemed to be more urgent.

What about now though, will more emphasis be placed towards optimizing database functions? It appears to have quite some impact.

They'll have to - this latest episode has exposed that they can't handle large volumes of transactions yet.

Byteball might not be able to handle large volumes of tx yet, but that's not what this latest episode was about. See this statement from Tony on Slack:

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- on Friday (the 13th) 10 out of 12 witnesses crashed due to a bug. The 2 surviving were recently updated and didn't have the bug
- among the 2 surviving witnesses, was the steem attestation bot which continued to post transactions very fast, and since it didn't have to wait for confirmations, nothing could stop it and the unconfirmed tail of the DAG has grown very large
- the 10 witnesses updated and restarted but they started adding their units to the old part of the DAG they last witnessed, which caused massive rebuilds of the main chain each time a new unit was added.  This made validation of new units very slow.
- I had to urgently find and apply a few optimizations that matter only when the DAG takes such unusual form.  They made validation faster but still way slower than usual
- when the optimizations were ready, another issue popped up: calculation of stability point gave unexpected result.  I had to investigate the new issue, which took another day, and found a mistake in the algo. The fix breaks compatibility with the old (flawed) algo, and makes the update mandatory for all full nodes.

tonych [2:43 PM]
there were other performance improvements we've ben working on for the past several months, they affect a lot of code and any small mistake could cause a consensus split, and i didn't feel it is right to roll them out in such unprepared manner.


It's a very good news to see such a crisis to have been solved so efficiently. When launching a totally new tech, it's inevitable that bugs can pop out even after a long time. To be able to solve issues fast and safe is only making the coin more and more stable. Keep on the good work!

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July 23, 2018, 05:38:22 AM
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There's a dev-net too if I'm not mistaken
The dev-net is where you develop your applications or new features. Then you can move it to the testnet, that is almost identical to the main net. And if everything still checks out fine, you can go to main net
So Dev net -> Test net -> Main net
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July 23, 2018, 01:30:28 PM
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Is there a limit to sending money?  I have two wallets one has 72M of and I want to combine it with the other wallet. When I click send all money. It only transers about 769,000 Btypes. When I try to transfer a large ammount manually (say 50M) it says could not spend payment: not enough spendable funds) I am puzzled as to what might be going on...
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July 23, 2018, 05:26:13 PM
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It is my opinion that too many crypto projects are at each other's throats. It was refreshing to see a project like Byteball, running on a completely different consensus algorithm, venture to reach out and work together with Steem. I haven't seen anything like it. I think this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

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July 24, 2018, 06:17:31 AM
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i cant send a payment to an address in android or windows desktop .. always get sync / timeout error whats going on
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July 24, 2018, 06:41:56 AM
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What should I do first for the Airdrop? Download the wallet? And What is it that Byteball can do that Steem cannot? I'm curious
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July 24, 2018, 01:41:18 PM
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People should use the Byteball explorer (https://explorer.byteball.org) and search for the wallet of the user they think they should have received a referral reward for. Then check if that user did get a reward or not. If the user didn't get e attestation reward, there is no referral reward either.
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July 24, 2018, 03:10:21 PM
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What should I do first for the Airdrop? Download the wallet? And What is it that Byteball can do that Steem cannot? I'm curious

 not only download  but also install it  and  to be aligible you should have steem account created before  July 12, 2018 and your steem reputation should be  as high as 30, at least. Byteball can do a lot of things like contracts, coin sending via txt messages etc.



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July 24, 2018, 03:17:02 PM
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Up until recently my rotating media disk drive could keep up with the traffic on my full node wallet.

With the new version I can no longer keep up.

I would like to move the data files to my SSD.

Can I get instructions for moving the data files?  I am hoping it is something like:

1) Stop the program.
2) Copy the data files from where they are to a location on the SSD (which files to copy, where are they?)
3) Edit a file somewhere to point to the new data file location (what file to edit, what to edit?)
4) Restart the program
5) Catch up

If possible, I do not what to have to reinstall from scratch on the SSD and sync from the beginning.

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July 24, 2018, 03:33:36 PM
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It is my opinion that too many crypto projects are at each other's throats. It was refreshing to see a project like Byteball, running on a completely different consensus algorithm, venture to reach out and work together with Steem. I haven't seen anything like it. I think this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Yes. The Steem community is pretty big too, which means that Byteball's community has just expanded as a result of the airdrop.

The bigger a coin's community the more likely it will become successful.

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July 24, 2018, 03:42:26 PM
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What should I do first for the Airdrop? Download the wallet? And What is it that Byteball can do that Steem cannot? I'm curious

 not only download  but also install it  and  to be aligible you should have steem account created before  July 12, 2018 and your steem reputation should be  as high as 30, at least. Byteball can do a lot of things like contracts, coin sending via txt messages etc.
I used to get coins when I was dealt. But it looks like this distribution I did not have time, I now very sorry about it. And of course this distribution will certainly attract attention to the project of old and new users.
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July 24, 2018, 06:06:46 PM
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July 24, 2018, 07:18:27 PM
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Up until recently my rotating media disk drive could keep up with the traffic on my full node wallet.

With the new version I can no longer keep up.

I would like to move the data files to my SSD.

Can I get instructions for moving the data files?  I am hoping it is something like:

1) Stop the program.
2) Copy the data files from where they are to a location on the SSD (which files to copy, where are they?)
3) Edit a file somewhere to point to the new data file location (what file to edit, what to edit?)
4) Restart the program
5) Catch up

If possible, I do not what to have to reinstall from scratch on the SSD and sync from the beginning.

The location of Byteball's data folder depends on your operating system:

• Windows: %LOCALAPPDATA%\byteball
• MacOS: ~/Library/Application Support/byteball
• Linux: ~/.config/byteball

This path cannot be changed. You can exchange the files there or you can try creating a symlink.

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July 24, 2018, 08:07:59 PM
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It is my opinion that too many crypto projects are at each other's throats. It was refreshing to see a project like Byteball, running on a completely different consensus algorithm, venture to reach out and work together with Steem. I haven't seen anything like it. I think this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Yes. The Steem community is pretty big too, which means that Byteball's community has just expanded as a result of the airdrop.

The bigger a coin's community the more likely it will become successful.
I've also been paying attention to this project for a long time and still holding the coin for a long time, I'm quite happy to see this coin in the top 100 again now, because before they had fallen outside the top 100 in coinmarketcap. I congratulate those of you who still trust this project. Hopefully the community continues to grow in order to become stronger.

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July 24, 2018, 09:35:07 PM
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Trying to complete the Real Name Attestation but the bot doesn't send me any instructions. What do I do?
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July 25, 2018, 11:34:05 AM
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"I really like the chat bot element inside the wallet, I think that it is just such the way to go, because people are used to using chatbots"

Thank you Phil Campbell (https://twitter.com/philcampbell) for another honest review of Byteball.

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July 25, 2018, 12:52:41 PM
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I didn't see what coin you made the bet for, but if it was BTC, I highly doubt a relatively small site like Binaryballs would have anywhere near the sum of money required to actively affect price development. And to add to the unlikelyness, if the bet is for down price, the loss in BTC would be significant too.
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July 25, 2018, 01:06:06 PM
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Have used byte - btc exchange
How can I get transactions ID?
Cos the person I sent to said he didn't receive the btc while the bot said transaction complete
Help please !!!!!!!
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July 25, 2018, 01:25:15 PM
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It looks like it's time to buy a Byteball anyway after the growth of Btc the rest of the coins begin to pull behind it. I think very soon will begin full-scale growth and we will all be in chocolate.  Smiley
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