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January 27, 2017, 09:11:19 PM
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I have regretted the fact that I have not watched and invested since it opened.
Quiet and calm soared.
Everyone is talking pascal but I am very sorry that I did not take Bytes.
How much longer will it rise to abaca. I do not think maybe I'm late.
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January 27, 2017, 09:59:05 PM
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Can we know who exactly was that "one" guy?!

Now I can't recall his BTT nick, he was running DOGE site then joined Nxt and was promoted to Nextcoin forum moderator and community money keeper position. Later he took the money, was caught, paid back a part of it and disappeared completely.

if you are thinking of that Green guy who later pulled a runner with an exchange I think he is still in jail in England.

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January 27, 2017, 10:16:28 PM
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I have regretted the fact that I have not watched and invested since it opened.
Quiet and calm soared.
Everyone is talking pascal but I am very sorry that I did not take Bytes.
How much longer will it rise to abaca. I do not think maybe I'm late.
You're not late, you're early.

Weeks left until *second* distribution round begins.
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January 27, 2017, 10:19:12 PM
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You're not late, you're early.

Weeks left until *second* distribution round begins.

In case if you didn't see it:

A solution already exists, exchange your dumb btc for byte with the byteball wallet which has integrated btc-byte exchange. Byteball has support for smart contracts so peer-to-peer trading should also be possible, without "exchanges".

I see you are a very active member of Byteball community. This reminds me of one guy who earned reputation in another community to scam everyone later. Your modus operadi matches that guy on 99%. Could you tell more about yourself, please?
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January 27, 2017, 10:53:09 PM
Last edit: January 27, 2017, 11:13:41 PM by davidoski
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@grzem, the word "information" is an uncountable noun in English - yet you have on cryptox.pl "informations" which is gramatically incorrect. Why not make it more professional and change it to "information"?

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January 27, 2017, 11:07:56 PM
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You're not late, you're early.

Weeks left until *second* distribution round begins.

In case if you didn't see it:

A solution already exists, exchange your dumb btc for byte with the byteball wallet which has integrated btc-byte exchange. Byteball has support for smart contracts so peer-to-peer trading should also be possible, without "exchanges".

I see you are a very active member of Byteball community. This reminds me of one guy who earned reputation in another community to scam everyone later. Your modus operadi matches that guy on 99%. Could you tell more about yourself, please?

You see, I do not even notice you around or care about you at all.  Kiss
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January 27, 2017, 11:14:45 PM
Last edit: January 27, 2017, 11:51:21 PM by Come-from-Beyond
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You see, I do not even notice you around or care about you at all.  Kiss

I expected this.

Guys, watch your back when he is near you. Better be safe than sorry.

EDIT: I added a trust rating to him, just in case.
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January 27, 2017, 11:22:08 PM
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Research work byteball purse. On the Russian forum.
The fall program. An exception. Backup byteball not helped.
Spontaneous generation of addresses inside the purse.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1620276.msg17641616#msg17641616

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January 28, 2017, 01:24:52 AM
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I'm just curious to know why developer decided to give out the tokens out free and not go for ICO funding also how is he going to get fund to keep sustaining the platform and scale the project.

Do you mean like other anonymous devs that come up with a brand new and special coin and try to collect $50m ?

It does not necessarily mean anonymous developer, what I'm really trying to ask is how is this project funded, because I can see alot of people have bought into it already maybe is because of the freebies

No matter..when you cross someone you wonder how much money he has in his pocket !?..me me, I wonder me rather..what it have in his brain.


pls..i want know if there are new live net or old version (first) is good for second round ?

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January 28, 2017, 01:46:10 AM
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You see, I do not even notice you around or care about you at all.  Kiss

I expected this.

Guys, watch your back when he is near you. Better be safe than sorry.

EDIT: I added a trust rating to him, just in case.

so satoshi is back? Smiley
should be careful with this.
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January 28, 2017, 01:47:19 AM
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New to the platform and very excited about all the work that's being done. You guys have had some great insight so far and I'm looking forward to learning more about progress on this project.

Hoping someone can help me out.

I'm trying to link my BTC account with BB Wallet but been wasting the entire day trying to figure out what wallet I need as it's mentioned on the front page you have to have control over your BTC private key.

Coinbase has the ability to sign messages to confirm ownership of the account, but we can't use our account for BB according to the bot and others on this site.

Can anyone explain why this is an issue? Is it because exchanges reuse addresses at times causing BTC balance discrepancies? But how would the bot differentiate a non coinbase/exchange account from one that is since BTC addresses have no identifiers anyways?

Also, can anyone recommend BTC Wallets that are compatible to link with BB wallet? Does Copay, Breadwallet, blockchain wallet any of these work?

Thanks in advance!
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January 28, 2017, 03:03:14 AM
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where can i see the size of my transaction in bytes? I did not find it in the wallet
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January 28, 2017, 05:34:28 AM
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Can we know who exactly was that "one" guy?!

Now I can't recall his BTT nick, he was running DOGE site then joined Nxt and was promoted to Nextcoin forum moderator and community money keeper position. Later he took the money, was caught, paid back a part of it and disappeared completely.

if you are thinking of that Green guy who later pulled a runner with an exchange I think he is still in jail in England.

Which sincerely sucks a lot, a french bastille would offer quite the more amidable nouvelle cuisine. Beeing incarcerated north from the English Channel almost guarantees prison food that comes close to a "healthy" diet.
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January 28, 2017, 05:35:19 AM
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I do not understand. And what is different from normal light. At the same Light like no synchronization and can be sent all at once, as usual if I understand correctly, that need synchronization? And another question about the distribution of the last time the person who holds the stock exchange where the bytes are traded is charged all the bytes, depending on the BTS, and now he throws in general? And depending on the bytes and BTC, and where he is charged black, there is no such general address.
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January 28, 2017, 07:55:34 AM
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Research work byteball purse. On the Russian forum.
The fall program. An exception. Backup byteball not helped.
Spontaneous generation of addresses inside the purse.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1620276.msg17641616#msg17641616

and further posts

Sorry, I don't speak russian and so I can't read the error description in that thread.
Have you installed the latest wallet version 1.1.1?

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January 28, 2017, 07:55:47 AM
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New to the platform and very excited about all the work that's being done. You guys have had some great insight so far and I'm looking forward to learning more about progress on this project.

Hoping someone can help me out.

I'm trying to link my BTC account with BB Wallet but been wasting the entire day trying to figure out what wallet I need as it's mentioned on the front page you have to have control over your BTC private key.

Coinbase has the ability to sign messages to confirm ownership of the account, but we can't use our account for BB according to the bot and others on this site.

Can anyone explain why this is an issue? Is it because exchanges reuse addresses at times causing BTC balance discrepancies? But how would the bot differentiate a non coinbase/exchange account from one that is since BTC addresses have no identifiers anyways?

Also, can anyone recommend BTC Wallets that are compatible to link with BB wallet? Does Copay, Breadwallet, blockchain wallet any of these work?

Thanks in advance!

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January 28, 2017, 07:58:40 AM
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New to the platform and very excited about all the work that's being done. You guys have had some great insight so far and I'm looking forward to learning more about progress on this project.

Hoping someone can help me out.

I'm trying to link my BTC account with BB Wallet but been wasting the entire day trying to figure out what wallet I need as it's mentioned on the front page you have to have control over your BTC private key.

Coinbase has the ability to sign messages to confirm ownership of the account, but we can't use our account for BB according to the bot and others on this site.

Can anyone explain why this is an issue? Is it because exchanges reuse addresses at times causing BTC balance discrepancies? But how would the bot differentiate a non coinbase/exchange account from one that is since BTC addresses have no identifiers anyways?

Also, can anyone recommend BTC Wallets that are compatible to link with BB wallet? Does Copay, Breadwallet, blockchain wallet any of these work?

Thanks in advance!

I guess that every wallet in which you can sign a message should work. The mentioned problem is only when you send out a micro tx, this is not always from your wallet address but from a special hotwallet address of your exchange and is thus filtered out by the transition bot.

As a wallet I personally use Electrum with signing a message, works perfectly.

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January 28, 2017, 08:04:43 AM
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I never have needed to sign a message but I think it is a must.
I currently use coins.ph and thdy dont have this feature yet.
When time comes that I will need to sign, I have byteball as my first option.

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January 28, 2017, 08:13:00 AM
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where can i see the size of my transaction in bytes? I did not find it in the wallet

This info is not available. You can only trust the fees to be accurate and to match the actual size of the transaction.



I never have needed to sign a message but I think it is a must.
I currently use coins.ph and thdy dont have this feature yet.
When time comes that I will need to sign, I have byteball as my first option.

Signing a message is not the only way to participate in the distribution, you can also send a micropayment (from a non-exchange address).

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January 28, 2017, 08:46:10 AM
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You see, I do not even notice you around or care about you at all.  Kiss

I expected this.

Guys, watch your back when he is near you. Better be safe than sorry.

EDIT: I added a trust rating to him, just in case.

What you are doing now, trying to sow distrust in my SatoNatomato handle, like I would give a shit anyway, doesnt actually help Iota. My fine criticism of Iota is only confirmed, now when you go and look for me in other forums to attack the me as the person instead of the message.

Just to reiterate, Iota sucks and is not trustless, but is decentralized protocol, in fact it is a more fancy email, SMTP, protocol. 
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