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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1172671 times)
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December 24, 2016, 06:41:41 PM
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Jesus fix the transition bot please

Are you sure you have the correct version installed? Do not use the TN version (testnet)  you need install the livenet version. The bot works fine..
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December 24, 2016, 06:47:26 PM
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Lol, that's fucking lame to allow Waves, Lisk, Kmodo ICO funds to join Byteball ICO as they will do nothing to contribute to the community and will immediately dump for their own benefit. Just shows all of these projects are just pump and dump shitcoins. Oh well, that's why Bitcoin is dominating right now, rightfully so.
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December 24, 2016, 06:54:07 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

the only thing that can happen is that project fails but if enough people are involved because they are shareholder now too chances are high it will develop into something nice


 
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December 24, 2016, 06:56:14 PM
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For those of you feeling paranoid (I get it), try looking at it this way - if it is a scam, it would be one of the biggest scams evarr, and very very elegant. It's now some $60 million worth of BTC and growing fast. Would you miss a chance to be part of that, even as a victim? Think of the epic stories you could tell your grandchildren!         Wink

My assessment is that tonych will do better by playing it straight rather than scamming, but then I felt that way about Butterfly Labs and Mt. Gox, so you never know. That's why it's called "risk". Tony had me at DAGs, I confess, which seemed so abstract and impractical back in grad school - NP Completeness theory, Garey and Johnson, my head still hurts!

Of course you can do nothing if you want, or expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.

I will think less of you if you get something for nothing and whine that somebody else got more than you did though. Heh - no matter what one does in life somebody won't like it.



Ok, lets imagine that i wanna buy some bb on exchange, for my own money, make investing in this project. Do you think i will do it, after as i saw all this shit?
Do you think idk who is this guys (ICOs devs) and what shit they did and do, and will?
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December 24, 2016, 07:00:37 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

not so sure about that: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address_reuse#Known_attacks
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December 24, 2016, 07:06:01 PM
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Lol, that's fucking lame to allow Waves, Lisk, Kmodo ICO funds to join Byteball ICO as they will do nothing to contribute to the community and will immediately dump for their own benefit. Just shows all of these projects are just pump and dump shitcoins. Oh well, that's why Bitcoin is dominating right now, rightfully so.

This I agree. Those ICO fund should not be allowed to join. It is not their BTC, I'd consider it as borrowed money. They should be excluded unless they want to distribute it to their creditors.
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December 24, 2016, 07:13:32 PM
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They are happy for the big whales to join as they are soon going to be very rich when they run away with all the Bitcoins  Grin
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December 24, 2016, 07:27:59 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

not so sure about that: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address_reuse#Known_attacks
So, does it unsafe to sign a message? Huh
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December 24, 2016, 07:31:05 PM
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Great to have several trading options available right from the start!

Users yassinnxt and seccour are offering their escrow service in the #trading channel on slack.

Cryptox.pl is going to add new market GBYTE/BTC (Giga Byteball), start is planned on 2016-12-27 0:00.

Happy trading everybody!  Grin

Is there a Byteball Slack or is it hosted by another Slack Team?
You can get your invite here: http://slack.byteball.org/

The "chat with the Transition Bot" isn't working for me on 2 different broswers and on mobile.
Am i missing something? Please help  Sad
What version are you using? I'm using livenet version and it works to me, just try to use livenet version then tell me if it works to you.
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December 24, 2016, 07:34:04 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

not so sure about that: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address_reuse#Known_attacks
So, does it unsafe to sign a message? Huh

eventually.
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December 24, 2016, 07:37:05 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

not so sure about that: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address_reuse#Known_attacks
So, does it unsafe to sign a message? Huh

eventually.

So is signing safe or not wtf?

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December 24, 2016, 07:41:25 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

not so sure about that: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address_reuse#Known_attacks
So, does it unsafe to sign a message? Huh

eventually.

So is signing safe or not wtf?

so far no attack is known, but in the past there have been attacks just by using a signature. at least thats how i understand it.
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December 24, 2016, 07:42:10 PM
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It's not unsafe to sign a message, no more so than spending coins from an address. In both cases you expose your public key, not your private key. Maybe at some point in the future people could deduce your private key from your public key, but that is like far future quantum computing shit. At this moment there's nothing unsafe about it.
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December 24, 2016, 07:42:28 PM
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when is the exact deadline? at what timezone?
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December 24, 2016, 07:43:05 PM
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expose whatever your risk/greed sensors tell you is OK. If you get something for nothing then you got something for nothing (that's a good thing). If you lose your BTC, then your risk/greed sensors were wrong. Happens all the time. Relax - this isn't coercive - nobody will mind if you opt out.


dude if u understand a tiny bit of how bitcoin technology works u would understand there is no risk involved that ur BTC get stolen

all u do is send a tiny transaction or sign a message in both case u dont give away ur private key

not so sure about that: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Address_reuse#Known_attacks
So, does it unsafe to sign a message? Huh

eventually.

ok that's a bit scary, so essentially someone can get your private keys, as in here?

http://www.nilsschneider.net/2013/01/28/recovering-bitcoin-private-keys.html

What's also strange is that the first line of the article says he discovered this on the 25th December.... The deadline for linking your btc address..

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December 24, 2016, 07:43:18 PM
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when is the exact deadline? at what timezone?

Pretty sure UTC, so about 4.5 hours from now.
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December 24, 2016, 07:44:17 PM
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Sign in safe.I send micropayment and bot see my balance.
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December 24, 2016, 08:00:14 PM
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I click on the chat with the bot link, but nothing happens. What's wrong?

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December 24, 2016, 08:05:07 PM
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I click on the chat with the bot link, but nothing happens. What's wrong?
try byteball android app, its work perfectly.
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December 24, 2016, 08:08:26 PM
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Just throwing some numbers around.

70000 BTC linked

0.7 BTC to 1 Gig BB

'Virtual' Marketcap $63 million

$640 per GigBB. Lets divide that by 100 to be realistic about possible value

$6.40 per GigBB = O.00700000 = 700k sat

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