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August 18, 2018, 10:12:26 AM
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Yessss bottacoin

QF3NOV rules!!!!

Love binaryballs  Cheesy



*** YES! We have a new rush trading champion ***

Congratulation to QF3NOV who broke the previous 3870 MBytes record and
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exploded the 4 GB wall!!!

4277 MBytes 24h net profit with 6 contracts!

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See contract details on stat page.

Who will manage to break the 5GB wall?

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August 18, 2018, 10:23:41 AM
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Hi,
I just wrote a program that uses Byteballs, and I am ready to start testing it out, but to do this I need a few Byteballs. Is there a faucet anywhere or could anyone help me out? I just need the minimum amount that is needed to send and receive, and exchanging crypto in the country I live is very difficult... Or in case someone can help, my address: QWAZTJ7XBYTK56LANDF4ESGCOUVG7UPX
Much obliged!

I have just sent you 1 MB.

If you want more, you don't have to buy: https://medium.com/byteball/byteball-world-community-grid-distribution-is-back-on-track-21ceadb5196e
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August 18, 2018, 10:24:00 AM
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It is big fun for me to participate in different events which have been developed by the community. This is community project and we can see big involvement of the community on this platform. I am quite sure in future this coin will take more strong position because it has great structure and tech.
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August 18, 2018, 12:41:59 PM
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I have just sent you 1 MB.

If you want more, you don't have to buy: https://medium.com/byteball/byteball-world-community-grid-distribution-is-back-on-track-21ceadb5196e

Thanks a lot man, you are a nice person! Good to see how great this community is!
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August 18, 2018, 08:35:16 PM
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Hi,
I just wrote a program that uses Byteballs, and I am ready to start testing it out, but to do this I need a few Byteballs. Is there a faucet anywhere or could anyone help me out? I just need the minimum amount that is needed to send and receive, and exchanging crypto in the country I live is very difficult... Or in case someone can help, my address: QWAZTJ7XBYTK56LANDF4ESGCOUVG7UPX
Much obliged!

I have just sent you 1 MB.

If you want more, you don't have to buy: https://medium.com/byteball/byteball-world-community-grid-distribution-is-back-on-track-21ceadb5196e

That is a nice gesture. The World Community Grid distributions are a great way to ensure that bytes are distributed while at the same time some useful computational work is done. I can't say the same things about the other distribution methods. They seem to be hurting Byteball's price, big time.


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August 18, 2018, 09:00:38 PM
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Been a while since I checked the charts but doesn't the price of Byteball generally follow IOTA's and NANO's price movements.

Back at the beginning of the year, both IOTA and NANO went crazy and Byteball followed suit. When they started to turn, so did Byteball.

Generally they are a lagging indicator to what Byteball can do.

Right now looking at the charts both of them are in a down-trend, hence the same reason why Byteball is having a hard-time.

Basically need to wait out this period on until the trend starts to turn.
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August 19, 2018, 02:49:52 AM
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Our main Bitcointalk thread now has more than 1,000 pages of posts!

Founder Tony made the first post on September 5, 2016. We've come a long way. Please continue to get involved and help out the Byteball project!
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August 19, 2018, 03:56:19 AM
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coinmarketcap: Byteball Bytes (GBYTE)
$52,92 USD (-6,11%)
0,00832288 BTC (-3,56%)

Hold!!hold!!
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August 19, 2018, 08:15:58 AM
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Our main Bitcointalk thread now has more than 1,000 pages of posts!

Founder Tony made the first post on September 5, 2016. We've come a long way. Please continue to get involved and help out the Byteball project!


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August 19, 2018, 05:33:39 PM
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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.

https://busy.org/@teamhumble/88ya1df6

Missed this review of byteball, nice  Cool

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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.

https://busy.org/@teamhumble/88ya1df6
Missed this review of byteball, nice  Cool
To grow by marketing the chat features, it would need to have an easy way to invite others. That's how any popular messenger has been able to grow fast.
And that brings me to the next question: who's going to pay for chat servers if this becomes popular?

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August 19, 2018, 08:09:10 PM
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Our main Bitcointalk thread now has more than 1,000 pages of posts!

Founder Tony made the first post on September 5, 2016. We've come a long way. Please continue to get involved and help out the Byteball project!

There have been more than a 1000 pages of posts on Byteball, but the price has moved in the opposite direction. I do believe we have bottomed out, but we need to do more for the price to recover. There has been a lot of development, but not enough marketing. The giveaways tend to depress the price, rather than proving a boost to marketing.


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August 20, 2018, 12:01:25 AM
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Our main Bitcointalk thread now has more than 1,000 pages of posts!

Founder Tony made the first post on September 5, 2016. We've come a long way. Please continue to get involved and help out the Byteball project!

There have been more than a 1000 pages of posts on Byteball, but the price has moved in the opposite direction. I do believe we have bottomed out, but we need to do more for the price to recover. There has been a lot of development, but not enough marketing. The giveaways tend to depress the price, rather than proving a boost to marketing.

Byteballer expect more volatility.

Inflation rate of byteball is variable, it depends on the usd price, the lower the price in dollar the more gbytes is donated to wcg people, steemer, Milan touris, kwc, etc. So the amount of byte donated is unpredictable, because the price is umpredictable, then inflation is predictablely unpredictable.

Unliquidity make it more more volatil, which is the most import problem to solve for a real mass adoption.

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Byteball World Community Grid team update:

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Our main Bitcointalk thread now has more than 1,000 pages of posts!

Founder Tony made the first post on September 5, 2016. We've come a long way. Please continue to get involved and help out the Byteball project!

There have been more than a 1000 pages of posts on Byteball, but the price has moved in the opposite direction. I do believe we have bottomed out, but we need to do more for the price to recover. There has been a lot of development, but not enough marketing. The giveaways tend to depress the price, rather than proving a boost to marketing.

Byteballer expect more volatility.

Inflation rate of byteball is variable, it depends on the usd price, the lower the price in dollar the more gbytes is donated to wcg people, steemer, Milan touris, kwc, etc. So the amount of byte donated is unpredictable, because the price is umpredictable, then inflation is predictablely unpredictable.

Unliquidity make it more more volatil, which is the most import problem to solve for a real mass adoption.


Speculators are the only kind of users despised by Byteball. Speculators make a coin less volatile.

Byteball foundation will NEVER be airdropping bytes to exchange users (althrough it would be a good move to get more users aware of Byteball), because among them are the personified evil: speculators which only cares about profits.
The reality is: Byteball foundation should not care what users do with their money. But it cares, they don´t treat all users/new users fairly as stated before.
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August 20, 2018, 07:54:52 AM
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Speculators are the only kind of users despised by Byteball. Speculators make a coin less volatile.

Byteball foundation will NEVER be airdropping bytes to exchange users (althrough it would be a good move to get more users aware of Byteball), because among them are the personified evil: speculators which only cares about profits.
The reality is: Byteball foundation should not care what users do with their money. But it cares, they don´t treat all users/new users fairly as stated before.

Is that really true? Can you give examples where Byteball leadership or foundation is talking negative about speculators/investors?

I do remember one tweet made by Byteball.org twitter that looked down on speculators/investors but that is small offence for the many offences (short term) speculators/investors have made in Byteball community, bitching and whining about everything that needs be changed, often promoting things that are good in short term but add little or are sometimes bad in long term (like airdrops to byteball holders, more exchange quotations, change name, etc), while doing nothing themselves for the project.

Some resentment and lashing out from active members is to be expected. That does not mean leadership is not supportive of investors. I have been a big investor, but also feel valued by the leadership, foundation and active members. Ofcourse I also add value in other ways than just allocating capital, which probably explains why they value me.

But I do agree with you that it is very important for the leadership to respect and value speculators/investors that only allocate capital, however the best way to do this is not with nice words about investors or let them lead the project, but with good management of the project that usually means decisions that are sometimes painful in short term but profitable in long term, like cancelling the airdrops, not wasting money on exchange quotations or rebrandings that all add little real users to the project etc.

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Is that really true? Can you give examples where Byteball leadership or foundation is talking negative about speculators/investors?


Byteball foundation never said that directly. But I undestand that as their position. Never did any for investors/holders, because they think they don't add value.


I do remember one tweet made by Byteball.org twitter that looked down on speculators/investors but that is small offence for the many offences (short term) speculators/investors have made in Byteball community, bitching and whining about everything that needs be changed, often promoting things that are good in short term but add little or are sometimes bad in long term (like airdrops to byteball holders, more exchange quotations, change name, etc), while doing nothing themselves for the project.

I agree. But you have to agree to me: investors/holders add value to a project: reduced volatility, increased liquidity.
It is hilarious: an awesome platform with a coin which simply can't sell or buy without a 10% price move. Not true if you only want to exchange 0.1 btc, of course.


Some resentment and lashing out from active members is to be expected. That does not mean leadership is not supportive of investors. I have been a big investor, but also feel valued by the leadership, foundation and active members. Ofcourse I also add value in other ways than just allocating capital, which probably explains why they value me.
How many bytes are you holding currently?

But I do agree with you that it is very important for the leadership to respect and value speculators/investors that only allocate capital, however the best way to do this is not with nice words about investors or let them lead the project, but with good management of the project that usually means decisions that are sometimes painful in short term but profitable in long term, like cancelling the airdrops, not wasting money on exchange quotations or rebrandings that all add little real users to the project etc.
So... spending money on ONE liquid exchange listing (I am not saying 60) is useless??

Luckily for us, there are another ways which cost exactly 0 undistributed funds to try: binance community voting. Why not give it a try?
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August 20, 2018, 10:24:35 AM
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I have problems when I open the wallet.  To whom can I report this issue? Because it's been a month now.
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August 20, 2018, 11:20:06 AM
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Version 2.5.0 released https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

With this release, it became possible to send money to @username.  Read the full story https://medium.com/byteball/crypto-does-not-have-to-be-cryptic-e68737b19ba7


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With this release, it became possible to send money to @username.
I would have liked to register @Loyce to receive payments, but isn't 10 GB ($566) a bit much for this gimmick?
For publicity, could you at least make much longer usernames a lot cheaper? Say @PayLoyceV for 1 MB instead of the current 1 GB?

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