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January 29, 2017, 09:20:44 PM
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No I didnt delete it, but see its gone now.

Apparently you haven't seen
Hm, I wanted to make sure you understood what you were talking about. Judging by your reply, you have no clue at all and are just trolling. So I'm banning you from this thread. All further posts will be deleted.

You can continue playing "victim of censorship" card if you want to look stupid, it's your right.
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January 29, 2017, 09:24:00 PM
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somehow I feel like in the kindergarden...

There is a guy whom I kicked from Waves and Lisk threads, once I kick his sockpuppet from this thread the convo will be looking more mature.
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January 29, 2017, 09:25:14 PM
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My skill-level in JavaScript and general cryptography is as high as your skills in threatening and stalking me and other people for asking inconvenient questions about your latest scam project after your failed NXT - IOTA. Thats how much expertise. Much wow such exeprtise.

You keep evading valid questions by distracting from the matter. I'm thinking of changing your neutral trust rating to negative, your behavior raises too many red flags.
PS: My question still stands.
I didnt evade your question, I answered it, yes my expertise is damn high, like so high it raises the roofs and makes babies like you cry. If you think Im gonna post some "proof" to actually doxx myself so you can begin stalking and threatening me in other fora, yeah, that is not gonna happen.

So go ahead and put my trust rating to negative, indeed, do all that you can, but it wont stop the fact that you are an entitled scammer and your latest shit coin IOTA is being outed. Other people like me will find out, Iota can not run on IoT devices, it does not even make sense to waste precious micro-controller CPU cycles on a "ProofOfWork" when it anyway does not prevent Sybil attacks and requires humans to setup connections between nodes.  Roll Eyes
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January 29, 2017, 09:28:53 PM
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... For the love of every subatomic particle in the universe; DO SOMETHING PRODUCTIVE
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January 29, 2017, 09:32:48 PM
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If you think Im gonna post some "proof" to actually doxx myself so you can begin stalking and threatening me in other fora, yeah, that is not gonna happen.

Have you thought how many people will see this reply as a legit explanation, not as a made-up excuse before posting it?
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January 29, 2017, 09:34:05 PM
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... For the love of every subatomic particle in the universe; DO SOMETHING PRODUCTIVE
I am being productive, enlightening people to not sink their capital into a failed en-devour and focus it on more productive systems instead. Everyone wins.
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January 29, 2017, 09:37:38 PM
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If you think Im gonna post some "proof" to actually doxx myself so you can begin stalking and threatening me in other fora, yeah, that is not gonna happen.

Have you thought how many people will see this reply as a legit explanation, not as a made-up excuse before posting it?

I think you and tony are very high skilled devs. I hope that a little partnership possible is.
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January 29, 2017, 09:37:44 PM
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I am being productive, enlightening people to not sink their capital into a failed en-devour and focus it on more productive systems instead. Everyone wins.

It's the same old song I have heard numerous times. Let's sum it up:

1. You can't prove your level of expertise
2. You try to build reputation
3. You praise Byteball like that "overly attached girlfriend"

What does all this mean? (Don't answer, it was a rhetorical question)
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January 29, 2017, 09:39:03 PM
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I think you and tony are very high skilled devs. I hope that a little partnership possible is.

Tony is productive enough to not need anyone's help. I'm here to learn new things (e.g. anonymity with blackbytes).
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January 29, 2017, 09:47:06 PM
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I am being productive, enlightening people to not sink their capital into a failed en-devour and focus it on more productive systems instead. Everyone wins.

It's the same old song I have heard numerous times. Let's sum it up:

1. You can't prove your level of expertise
2. You try to build reputation
3. You praise Byteball like that "overly attached girlfriend"

What does all this mean? (Don't answer, it was a rhetorical question)
Dude, I do not even give a shit about your altcoin community or reputation within it, or even reputation in real life.  Roll Eyes

Im a new guy, you havent seen me before, Im not somebody you already banned and threatened before. In fact, I do not even give a shit about you at all. You can instead try to prove that IOTA does not indeed suck, I am really curious, and since I got no expertise according to you, you should be able to correct my statements about IOTA. I am willing to learn, so please explain where I am wrong.

If you cant, or do not want, please leave this thread and go back to your Iota thread where you can delete posts you disagree with at will. So that I can be praising, discussing and criticizing byteball in this peaceful respectful community. Thank you.
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January 29, 2017, 09:49:40 PM
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If you think Im gonna post some "proof" to actually doxx myself so you can begin stalking and threatening me in other fora, yeah, that is not gonna happen.

Have you thought how many people will see this reply as a legit explanation, not as a made-up excuse before posting it?

I think you and tony are very high skilled devs. I hope that a little partnership possible is.
Not open for partnership, tonych has much more experience than me and more cojones.

I will soon give something nice for the community though, under a different pseudonym of course.
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January 29, 2017, 10:03:00 PM
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I will soon give something nice for the community though, under a different pseudonym of course.

And of course that person (probably Satoshi himself) will deny to be SatoNatomato. Your level of naivete amazes me.
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January 30, 2017, 12:10:01 AM
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I am being productive, enlightening people to not sink their capital into a failed en-devour and focus it on more productive systems instead. Everyone wins.

It's the same old song I have heard numerous times. Let's sum it up:

1. You can't prove your level of expertise
2. You try to build reputation
3. You praise Byteball like that "overly attached girlfriend"

What does all this mean? (Don't answer, it was a rhetorical question)
Dude, I do not even give a shit about your altcoin community or reputation within it, or even reputation in real life.  Roll Eyes

Im a new guy, you havent seen me before, Im not somebody you already banned and threatened before. In fact, I do not even give a shit about you at all. You can instead try to prove that IOTA does not indeed suck, I am really curious, and since I got no expertise according to you, you should be able to correct my statements about IOTA. I am willing to learn, so please explain where I am wrong.

If you cant, or do not want, please leave this thread and go back to your Iota thread where you can delete posts you disagree with at will. So that I can be praising, discussing and criticizing byteball in this peaceful respectful community. Thank you.

What are the major flaws of IOTA?

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January 30, 2017, 12:17:01 AM
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hey guys

running v 1.0.0 with few ByteBalls from first round distribution, how is the update process installing the new v 1.1.1. on PC.

I made a backup of seed and folder, so just hit install for an override?

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January 30, 2017, 12:29:24 AM
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What are the major flaws of IOTA?
1. Does not work on IoT devices. Proof-of-Work is CPU and battery expensive on such micro-controllers, but due to their low-power and constrained CPUs, the Proof-of-Work that IoT devices can do is orders of magnitude less than what a normal CPU can do, which makes the PoW even less worth. Due to this problem, the second one follows  

2. Has no Sybil prevention. IOTA mechanism of joining the network requires talking to humans to exchange IPs on their Slack-channel. The consensus algorithm is flawed.

3. Has infantile community leaders such as Come-from-Beyond, hostile, threatening and entitled "holier-than-you" attitude to newcomers. Also the Iota leaders have previously been involved in failed altcoin NXT.
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January 30, 2017, 12:30:30 AM
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hey guys

running v 1.0.0 with few ByteBalls from first round distribution, how is the update process installing the new v 1.1.1. on PC.

I made a backup of seed and folder, so just hit install for an override?
Yup, that should work fine. Shut down the old version. Take another backup of App directory. Start the new version. All should be good.
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January 30, 2017, 12:47:51 AM
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hey guys

running v 1.0.0 with few ByteBalls from first round distribution, how is the update process installing the new v 1.1.1. on PC.

I made a backup of seed and folder, so just hit install for an override?
Yup, that should work fine. Shut down the old version. Take another backup of App directory. Start the new version. All should be good.

thanks mate, so you already tested it that way?

dont wanna lose my ByteBalls  Grin

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January 30, 2017, 12:51:07 AM
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hey guys

running v 1.0.0 with few ByteBalls from first round distribution, how is the update process installing the new v 1.1.1. on PC.

I made a backup of seed and folder, so just hit install for an override?
Yup, that should work fine. Shut down the old version. Take another backup of App directory. Start the new version. All should be good.

thanks mate, so you already tested it that way?

dont wanna lose my ByteBalls  Grin
Yup it worked. Just make sure you backup the correct folder, on Linux its ~/.config/byteball on windows it should be in the AppData directory (but check further in this thread for the correct path).
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January 30, 2017, 12:56:51 AM
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I'm wondering why there hasn't been much discussion about Byteball Declarative Smart Contracts.

I see tons of potential for these but the topic hasn't gotten much love at all. What gives?

There's been a thread about it by tonych since Sept. 15th mentioned in the OP of this thread,
but I'm the first to reply.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1617816.0
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January 30, 2017, 01:11:21 AM
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I'm wondering why there hasn't been much discussion about Byteball Declarative Smart Contracts.

I see tons of potential for these but the topic hasn't gotten much love at all. What gives?

There's been a thread about it by tonych since Sept. 15th mentioned in the OP of this thread,
but I'm the first to reply.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1617816.0

I think ByteBall and its opportunitys arent known well yet

I saw the same in the time of the Ethereum ICO, way before the MEGA hype. Vitaliks code was working and up for testing. But nobody gave a shit about it. Till one day.

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