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November 06, 2018, 12:45:13 PM
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The creation of use case is the only and most meaningful thing that pushes up the value of this project sustainably and not only the price.

Hundreds of other projects vie for speculators. But almost none of them can really be used.

What we finally need is a paradigm shift in the thinking of the developers.

The orientation towards the fiat-focused regulated markets (Amazon) is much too exhausting.
With unregulated markets, on the other hand, there is still a lot of room for improvement. Furthermore, this would have a social benefit.

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November 06, 2018, 12:48:56 PM
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Any examples from real life where this has been the case? Or even in cryptoverse, which coin has suddenly got adoption and still alive because the distro has finished? Does your theory have any base or just a hunch?



NXT/Ardor, back in 2013 100% of the coins were distributed to 73 early adopters in the second ever ICO right from the start (Mastercoin was the first ICO a few months earlier), then the dev (BCnxt, aka CfB of Iota fame) basically handed the project over to the community which empowered large holders to get active and 'do things' to keep the project alive, including spreading adoption.

NXT started with 73 people, 100% of coins distributed, dev concentrated on actual dev work, everything else was left to the community. It was the most beautiful disorganized clusterfuck to observe, and it most definitely was decentralised, and it was 100% the community who made it work because the distribution was completed very early, and the dev did a perfect Satoshi 2.0 and got out of the way.

If Tony finishes the distro and gets out of the way he creates a void, and motivated holders will fill it, that's decentralization in practice, relinquish control to the community.

edit: if Tony completed the distro and went into the shadows to work on code, maybe a big holder like Max from Lisk would see a 'space' for him to fill and he would get motivated to 'do something' for BB out of self interest, at the moment everything is top-down from Tony, no room for anyone else, 22% still in centralised hands causing worries.

I meant "successful projects that got adoption". How many active users are there on NXT? Like 400 daily? I wouldn't call that adoption. And what is Ardor, a fork of NXT? Why was that created? Because somebody disagreed with the NXT vision?

Why does Tony need to go away so Max could replace him? This just doesn't make any sense. It is not a wife-swap TV show, both founders have their own projects to work on. And I don't understand why one needs to go away in order for others to contribute? If you don't agree where it is going, create a fork and do it the way you think it is right.

Instead of thinking that 22% is still yet to distribute, think about that more than 50% is already distributed. If that wasn't problem when nothing was distributed then how is that now suddenly a problem? Distribution will continue based on what is best for mass adoption and from the amount of current active users, Bitcoin distribution was not the best for mass adoption.
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November 06, 2018, 01:02:16 PM
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I do not think spreading out a few bucks worth to a ton of people does anything. If I had 10 bucks worth I would not be incentivised to work hard to promote or adopt I would likely just think thats 10 bucks I can cash in now or just leave it for another day and likely forget all about it.

It is not just 10 bucks if the user becomes active referrer and brings in more people. Many of the distribution methods have referral system, which gets improved to a new level with every new distribution method. Bytes are not airdropped for just linking your address anymore, one needs to put some effort in and grown the community in order to earn more. Those who put more effort in it are also more likely to become real users than those who got just 10 quick bucks.
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November 06, 2018, 02:27:20 PM
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I do not think spreading out a few bucks worth to a ton of people does anything. If I had 10 bucks worth I would not be incentivised to work hard to promote or adopt I would likely just think thats 10 bucks I can cash in now or just leave it for another day and likely forget all about it.

It is not just 10 bucks if the user becomes active referrer and brings in more people. Many of the distribution methods have referral system, which gets improved to a new level with every new distribution method. Bytes are not airdropped for just linking your address anymore, one needs to put some effort in and grown the community in order to earn more. Those who put more effort in it are also more likely to become real users than those who got just 10 quick bucks.

I like referral systems and I very much like MLM. It can be very powerful.

I can see your point of view from where we are now, and do not argue there is certain merit.

The thing I would say is. Although byteball hodlers (not bitcoin holders) are not expanding effort exactly to futher adoption directly. They are in a different way expanding their influence of the value they hold (in Byteball) to push up the price on exchanges. Which pushes up MC which brings attention, which brings more investors and hodlers in to a spiral.

 It would have been better perhaps if the airdrops could have analysed if byteballs had aged in the wallets for a certain time before being eligible for an airdrop. (not sure technically how easy that would be to have implemented)

Now eventually some one has to use these things we are creating here and the use case and functionality will have the final say. I agree. However, for now the fastest way to bring users/investors on is appeal to the main group that have any interest in CC at all. This is 99% speculators and sadly you must appeal to their greed. This is not a place for just idealists right now - in the long term yes.

When BB is in a form which is clearly finished and polished and will shine when compared to other projects on technical merit alone. This is the time to show those seeking to adopt crypto for function and use for business or whatever. Then eventually it will be more beneficial to appeal to those whose use cases fit with BB's tech.

So although you say " just for linking your address" yes that takes no effort. But to make it worth linking your address you need something in that address worth linking and that requires value/capital.  The fact you can get people to hold their personal wealth in your project to indirectly do your advertising to the only group really interested in crypto right now is worth quite a bit.

This avenue is pointless now I guess because returning airdrops in their old form will not fix the trust broken by stopping them.

I do not think they were stopped for any selfish reasons of the developers. I think they really thought it was the best way forward for BB. I'm not even sure stopping them can really be blamed for the dramatic price fall. Lots of projects have been crushed this much or even more.

Although it is not in the spirit of crypto. Perhaps regarding the way forward just in the short term. The distribution could be done a bit like this.
Those perhaps locking down the most BB for the longest periods would receive the greatest % rewards which were tiered. Sort of like a tiered pos scheme.

Most people think it is a crazy idea but I wonder what a public appeal to those ico managers that claimed huge amounts for free at the start to return just 50% of the bytes to be used in such a tiered POS scheme would achieve?
PR is quite important and those ico managers that have not already distributed the BB to their investors might like to show how fair they can be.  Of course a polite request not to partake in our new pos scheme and suck them all back would be cool Smiley

Just ideas, may be technically impossible or just logically unsound.


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November 06, 2018, 03:58:02 PM
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Although it is not in the spirit of crypto. Perhaps regarding the way forward just in the short term. The distribution could be done a bit like this.
Those perhaps locking down the most BB for the longest periods would receive the greatest % rewards which were tiered. Sort of like a tiered pos scheme.

Most people think it is a crazy idea but I wonder what a public appeal to those ico managers that claimed huge amounts for free at the start to return just 50% of the bytes to be used in such a tiered POS scheme would achieve?
PR is quite important and those ico managers that have not already distributed the BB to their investors might like to show how fair they can be.  Of course a polite request not to partake in our new pos scheme and suck them all back would be cool Smiley

Just ideas, may be technically impossible or just logically unsound.

Locking down someones address in crypto world is worse than changing the distribution. If that fork would happen then the price would go below $1 for sure.

PoW has the economy of scale, where the weaker players are darwinized, and the hash power gets concentrated in the hands of a few bigger miners.
PoS has the nothing in stake problem, where the validator has no downside for staking both forks.
https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/a/31476

Both of them are pseudo-anonymous, so you don't know who is the biggest. It can be that instead of 5 biggest, there is actually 2 biggest. This is especially bad for PoS because you don't even have to risk with real world cost (expensive mining rigs). This makes them vulnerable for Sybil attack. Solution for Sybil attack is non-anonymity or PoW.

Instead of PoW, Byteball has chosen non-anonymity for witnesses, who doesn't have the same powers as PoW miners too. They just make sure of the order of transactions, so there would not be double-spend. This means that until over half of the 12 witnesses don't collude, there can't be double-spends or transaction censoring. It doesn't matter who you are or how much transactions fee you pay, your transactions will be confirmed and final.

As you can see, all of them have their own pros and cons, depending what you think is important.

What does changing the consensus model now solve? What is the issue that is currently valid that it needs to be solved with tiered PoS right now? Keep the whales from dumping? Every coin has whales.

It is funny that everybody bitches about distribution change and how all the trust was immediately lost with that change, yet everybody also sees that there is something else that is fundamental to this coin, that should also be changed. How is that not gonna make it even more unstable?

There is simple process for fundamental changes, you just fork it and make your own coin, or you pick another coin to support. It's like a train, if you like where it is going then you get on it, if you don't then you get off and pick another train.
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However, for now the fastest way to bring users/investors on is appeal to the main group that have any interest in CC at all. This is 99% speculators and sadly you must appeal to their greed. This is not a place for just idealists right now - in the long term yes.


I've quoted this line of yours in black because that's a sad, cynical, but alas tragically true reality check. While some of us dream of the possibilities of a wonderful world, Sturgeon's law reminds us that "ninety percent of everything is crap" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon%27s_law) - and this unfortunatelly is true also for our beloved crypto community.
In the light of this, you are right on the fact that to ensure the success of a coin one may have to take advantage also of all available "dirty tricks". That's called Realpolitik, my fellow Byteballers. As for which "dirty tricks" exactly should be thought and adopted so as to widely spread adoption also to the 90% of crap people which are living in the crypto space and on earth in general, the discussion is open.

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November 06, 2018, 04:26:30 PM
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However, for now the fastest way to bring users/investors on is appeal to the main group that have any interest in CC at all. This is 99% speculators and sadly you must appeal to their greed. This is not a place for just idealists right now - in the long term yes.


I've quoted this line of yours in black because that's a sad, cynical, but alas tragically true reality check. While some of us dream of the possibilities of a wonderful world, Sturgeon's law reminds us that "ninety percent of everything is crap" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon%27s_law) - and this unfortunatelly is true also for our beloved crypto community.
In the light of this, you are right on the fact that to ensure the success of a coin one may have to take advantage also of all available "dirty tricks". That's called Realpolitik, my fellow Byteballers. As for which "dirty tricks" exactly should be thought and adopted so as to widely spread adoption also to the 90% of crap people which are living in the crypto space and on earth in general, the discussion is open.
Since I no longer believe in the success of bite ball anyway, I can only agree.  Grin

To be better than the competition you should do it just like the competition.
Sounds logical or not?
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November 06, 2018, 05:34:28 PM
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Although it is not in the spirit of crypto. Perhaps regarding the way forward just in the short term. The distribution could be done a bit like this.
Those perhaps locking down the most BB for the longest periods would receive the greatest % rewards which were tiered. Sort of like a tiered pos scheme.

Most people think it is a crazy idea but I wonder what a public appeal to those ico managers that claimed huge amounts for free at the start to return just 50% of the bytes to be used in such a tiered POS scheme would achieve?
PR is quite important and those ico managers that have not already distributed the BB to their investors might like to show how fair they can be.  Of course a polite request not to partake in our new pos scheme and suck them all back would be cool Smiley

Just ideas, may be technically impossible or just logically unsound.

Locking down someones address in crypto world is worse than changing the distribution. If that fork would happen then the price would go below $1 for sure.

PoW has the economy of scale, where the weaker players are darwinized, and the hash power gets concentrated in the hands of a few bigger miners.
PoS has the nothing in stake problem, where the validator has no downside for staking both forks.
https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/a/31476

Both of them are pseudo-anonymous, so you don't know who is the biggest. It can be that instead of 5 biggest, there is actually 2 biggest. This is especially bad for PoS because you don't even have to risk with real world cost (expensive mining rigs). This makes them vulnerable for Sybil attack. Solution for Sybil attack is non-anonymity or PoW.

Instead of PoW, Byteball has chosen non-anonymity for witnesses, who doesn't have the same powers as PoW miners too. They just make sure of the order of transactions, so there would not be double-spend. This means that until over half of the 12 witnesses don't collude, there can't be double-spends or transaction censoring. It doesn't matter who you are or how much transactions fee you pay, your transactions will be confirmed and final.

As you can see, all of them have their own pros and cons, depending what you think is important.

What does changing the consensus model now solve? What is the issue that is currently valid that it needs to be solved with tiered PoS right now? Keep the whales from dumping? Every coin has whales.

It is funny that everybody bitches about distribution change and how all the trust was immediately lost with that change, yet everybody also sees that there is something else that is fundamental to this coin, that should also be changed. How is that not gonna make it even more unstable?

There is simple process for fundamental changes, you just fork it and make your own coin, or you pick another coin to support. It's like a train, if you like where it is going then you get on it, if you don't then you get off and pick another train.

I'm not sure if you got what I really meant by locking down.

If you can voluntarily lock down a proportion of your coins for a certain amount of time. Those that volunteer to lock the most down for the longest time will attain a higher pos rate upon them becoming unlocked. I wasn't still talking about by force locking down those that got huge amounts of free coins. Although if they decided of their own free will to return say 50% of the BB they got for nothing by holding other peoples BTC then that would be nice for us here and could be used for the good of BB too in other ways.

Also you must not conflate changes that the vast majority of holders do not want because they saw that as not sating their speculative greed  (full moon drops terminated) and which they assumed they had been promised....with changes the vast majority would perhaps like to see and were consulted on before hand That is not the same thing and would not kill trust in the same way. 

Why does that mean changing the consensus model?

I didn't mean make it a tiered POS model as such. Just that it could be viewed as being like that. For example if you were to voluntarily lock down certain amounts of BB for certain amounts of time you would be awarded larger reward than those locking down less for less time. This would be how the final 22% was distributed over time. You could even perhaps say if you locked down more for longer and in addtion to this were actively promoting BB (with some criteria to meet for this) and even higher pos rate could be attained.

Anyway just ideas but of course like I said that could not be automated to a level that made it practical or feasible.

I think you are improving nicely on your people skills but the words bitching ect are still not perfect. It is nice to be able to discuss things even with people that you believe do not understand or are asking for unreasonable or even impossible things in a manner than does not offend or sound condescending. That level of diplomacy is a great skill that can only benefit the project in the long term.

Also just explaining clearly why things are unreasonable or impossible with no real upside is better than telling people go fork your own version. Of course 99.99% of people here have no possible way to do this as they do not have the skill set but can still be valuable to keep on side when considering building a big community and creating a network effect.






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November 06, 2018, 06:03:34 PM
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Also just explaining clearly why things are unreasonable or impossible with no real upside is better than telling people go fork your own version. Of course 99.99% of people here have no possible way to do this as they do not have the skill set but can still be valuable to keep on side when considering building a big community and creating a network effect.


I do not agree with this because if you think you have skills to come up with better consensus or distribution method then you should be able to gather around you a people who are able to code that thing what you think is better. Not knowing how to code is not an excuse, there are many roles in any project that do not need coding skills, so it is not 99.99% against 0.01%

Throwing up an idea for somebody to pick it up is one thing, constantly bitching about somebody to implement something is another thing, what is happening here is constant whining: "implement this!". Mob-mentality, very common in recent years.
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November 06, 2018, 10:42:58 PM
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Also just explaining clearly why things are unreasonable or impossible with no real upside is better than telling people go fork your own version. Of course 99.99% of people here have no possible way to do this as they do not have the skill set but can still be valuable to keep on side when considering building a big community and creating a network effect.


I do not agree with this because if you think you have skills to come up with better consensus or distribution method then you should be able to gather around you a people who are able to code that thing what you think is better. Not knowing how to code is not an excuse, there are many roles in any project that do not need coding skills, so it is not 99.99% against 0.01%

Throwing up an idea for somebody to pick it up is one thing, constantly bitching about somebody to implement something is another thing, what is happening here is constant whining: "implement this!". Mob-mentality, very common in recent years.

I'm guessing English is not your first language. Which could in part be why there is a slight communication loss. Not that is a criticism at all.


Can you give me some examples of "constantly bitching about somebody to implement something is another thing, what is happening here is constant whining: "implement this!". Mob-mentality"  in the specific context of Byteball I mean.



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November 06, 2018, 10:54:18 PM
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November 06, 2018, 11:10:54 PM
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If you don't agree where it is going, create a fork and do it the way you think it is right.

You mean someone clone byteball and redo the full moon airdrops distribution  with some modifications, like removing certain Bitcoin addresses from known ico's and exchanges ?
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November 07, 2018, 12:14:20 AM
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I'm guessing English is not your first language. Which could in part be why there is a slight communication loss. Not that is a criticism at all.
What communication loss? Wasn't it you who said that we should freeze Max Kordek (ceo of lisk) wallet? And then changed your story to voluntary staking idea. I think you have problems with English.

meanwhile Max Kordek ceo of lisk own the biggest byterbal individual wallet, and paid $0. Are you crazy tarmo888?
Let's take a vote to freeze that wallet, and any other huge wallets we know ico managers are holding
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If you don't agree where it is going, create a fork and do it the way you think it is right.

You mean someone clone byteball and redo the full moon airdrops distribution  with some modifications, like removing certain Bitcoin addresses from known ico's and exchanges ?


There is more requested changes than that. It's not just distribution, the concept of witnesses is also alien for some, it is hard to gasp for some there is no blocks, so it doesn't matter how much transaction fees you pay, your transaction will be confirmed and final.


Can you give me some examples of "constantly bitching about somebody to implement something is another thing, what is happening here is constant whining: "implement this!". Mob-mentality"  in the specific context of Byteball I mean.

Do I really have to give you the list of all the same stuff that is repeated here again and again already? By "implement this!" I meant all the change requests.
* asking GBYTE to be changed to MBYTE just because noobs don't understand supply. this would result a 100x bigger total supply number because it would measured in MBYTE.
* saying that Byteball is immature name and constantly asking it to be renamed. congrats, Byteball foundation gave up on that and hired branding agency, just because the community would just shut up about it. no guarantee that the community will like the new name, there always will be somebody who doesn't like the name.
* constantly asking Bitcoin airdrop to be brought back, even if just for last one more time.
* asking the distribution to be finished immediately even though that is needed to acquire new users in long run.
* once a while, somebody comes up again with the idea that 12 witnesses should be randomly picked from the pool of anonymous witnesses, so everybody could be a witness.
* Thul constantly spamming his OpenBazaar and BISQ blackbytes idea.
* any other FUD when the price drops, but FUDster failed to notice that all cryptocurrencies prices dropped on that day.

I mean, if the list of things that are wrong with this coin is that long for somebody, maybe it is not right coin for them.
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November 07, 2018, 12:45:13 AM
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If you don't agree where it is going, create a fork and do it the way you think it is right.

You mean someone clone byteball and redo the full moon airdrops distribution  with some modifications, like removing certain Bitcoin addresses from known ico's and exchanges ?


There is more requested changes than that. It's not just distribution, the concept of witnesses is also alien for some, it is hard to gasp for some there is no blocks, so it doesn't matter how much transaction fees you pay, your transaction will be confirmed and final.



Yes there are other changes some people request, but finishing the distribution is the big issue for most, personally, I wouldn't care if the distro was finished without more airdrops, the issue for me is the uncertainty of having dev control such a large amount, and not knowing how long until until the distro will be finished. Once the distro is finished the market is free to operate, but with 22% in dev hands for an unknown length of time ... that kills the market mechanism for price discovery, and that's not good for adoption.

If tony announced he was going to finish distro in 6 months I don't really care of the method, I would prefer airdrops because it would instantly get people buying BB and that gets 'noticed', but if he chose another method and actually completed the distro soon I would be happy. Tony is a great dev, like most I really like this project, I want it to succeed.
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November 07, 2018, 01:16:29 AM
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If you don't agree where it is going, create a fork and do it the way you think it is right.

You mean someone clone byteball and redo the full moon airdrops distribution  with some modifications, like removing certain Bitcoin addresses from known ico's and exchanges ?


There is more requested changes than that. It's not just distribution, the concept of witnesses is also alien for some, it is hard to gasp for some there is no blocks, so it doesn't matter how much transaction fees you pay, your transaction will be confirmed and final.



Yes there are other changes some people request, but finishing the distribution is the big issue for most, personally, I wouldn't care if the distro was finished without more airdrops, the issue for me is the uncertainty of having dev control such a large amount, and not knowing how long until until the distro will be finished. Once the distro is finished the market is free to operate, but with 22% in dev hands for an unknown length of time ... that kills the market mechanism for price discovery, and that's not good for adoption.

If tony announced he was going to finish distro in 6 months I don't really care of the method, I would prefer airdrops because it would instantly get people buying BB and that gets 'noticed', but if he chose another method and actually completed the distro soon I would be happy. Tony is a great dev, like most I really like this project, I want it to succeed.

You do understand that everything you said in previous paragraph, zeros out this compliment? Let me translate how it sounds: "you are great dev and I like your project, but I think you don't want what is best for your project because I think you are going to misuse the last 22% of the funds."

I just can't understand, what is it so difficult to understand that cancelling of Bitcoin airdop was because of understanding that it won't bring the expected adoption and continuing that would have not been best for the project. Undistributed funds don't devalue your share, it is for fair distribution that is as wide as possible, the more people get the bytes, the better it is for everybody.

If everybody keeps FUDing and telling how bad this is that there is still funds left to distribute then of course it's bad for the price, but if you take it as a positive advantage over other projects (that there is still funds for new users) then it will be also positively reflected in price. Glass half full or glass half empty.
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November 07, 2018, 01:29:10 AM
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Yes there are other changes some people request, but finishing the distribution is the big issue for most, personally, I wouldn't care if the distro was finished without more airdrops, the issue for me is the uncertainty of having dev control such a large amount, and not knowing how long until until the distro will be finished. Once the distro is finished the market is free to operate, but with 22% in dev hands for an unknown length of time ... that kills the market mechanism for price discovery, and that's not good for adoption.

If tony announced he was going to finish distro in 6 months I don't really care of the method, I would prefer airdrops because it would instantly get people buying BB and that gets 'noticed', but if he chose another method and actually completed the distro soon I would be happy. Tony is a great dev, like most I really like this project, I want it to succeed.

You do understand that everything you said in previous paragraph, zeros out this compliment? Let me translate how it sounds: "you are great dev and I like your project, but I think you don't want what is best for your project because I think you are going to misuse the last 22% of the funds."

I just can't understand, what is it so difficult to understand that cancelling of Bitcoin airdop was because of understanding that it won't bring the expected adoption and continuing that would have not been best for the project. Undistributed funds don't devalue your share, it is for fair distribution that is as wide as possible, the more people get the bytes, the better it is for everybody.

It doesn't matter what I think, or you, we can see the judgement of the market, byteball dropped from top50 to outside top200, that is the market voting with their self interest. This is not personal, I can definitely compliment Tony for some things, disagree with him on others, and there is no inconsistencies,  BUT it is a fact that byteball slipped a lot down the rankings, I see a connection with the distribution uncertainty.

Tony doesn't need sycophantic yes men, people questioning his decisions on the distribution are not necessarily motivated by greed, some are, but some see wasted potential , and the evidence is the coinmarketcap ranking.
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November 07, 2018, 02:08:20 AM
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Yes there are other changes some people request, but finishing the distribution is the big issue for most, personally, I wouldn't care if the distro was finished without more airdrops, the issue for me is the uncertainty of having dev control such a large amount, and not knowing how long until until the distro will be finished. Once the distro is finished the market is free to operate, but with 22% in dev hands for an unknown length of time ... that kills the market mechanism for price discovery, and that's not good for adoption.

If tony announced he was going to finish distro in 6 months I don't really care of the method, I would prefer airdrops because it would instantly get people buying BB and that gets 'noticed', but if he chose another method and actually completed the distro soon I would be happy. Tony is a great dev, like most I really like this project, I want it to succeed.

You do understand that everything you said in previous paragraph, zeros out this compliment? Let me translate how it sounds: "you are great dev and I like your project, but I think you don't want what is best for your project because I think you are going to misuse the last 22% of the funds."

I just can't understand, what is it so difficult to understand that cancelling of Bitcoin airdop was because of understanding that it won't bring the expected adoption and continuing that would have not been best for the project. Undistributed funds don't devalue your share, it is for fair distribution that is as wide as possible, the more people get the bytes, the better it is for everybody.

It doesn't matter what I think, or you, we can see the judgement of the market, byteball dropped from top50 to outside top200, that is the market voting with their self interest. This is not personal, I can definitely compliment Tony for some things, disagree with him on others, and there is no inconsistencies,  BUT it is a fact that byteball slipped a lot down the rankings, I see a connection with the distribution uncertainty.

Tony doesn't need sycophantic yes men, people questioning his decisions on the distribution are not necessarily motivated by greed, some are, but some see wasted potential , and the evidence is the coinmarketcap ranking.

Oh god, the CMC ranking again - the most meaningless metric ever (for coins under 1b marketcap). Create 100 shitcoins with higher marketcap and you kick somebody out of top 100.

What I see is that many altcoins have lost over 90% since the ATH and many new shitcoins were created during last bull-run. Did they also changed their distribution methods that caused them to lose over 90%? If you keep telling that it was because of the distribution and you keep telling others that it was because of distribution then after the while, it becomes the reason, no matter if it's true or not.
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November 07, 2018, 02:32:49 AM
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Is it possible to send bytes using other chats? or only through the byte wallet? I think if you add a similar function to discard or Slark, it will be a huge success.  Shocked
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Is it possible to send bytes using other chats? or only through the byte wallet? I think if you add a similar function to discard or Slark, it will be a huge success.  Shocked

There was Discord bot developed during Steem Use-a-thon https://steemit.com/byteball/@genievot/byteball-use-a-thon-1st-entry-submission-request-discord-byteball-bot-completing-my-first-entry-1537618092396
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