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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1227696 times)
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January 31, 2017, 02:11:18 PM
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Id say the blackbytes + Tor support makes Byteball more secure and anonymous than even Monero or Zcash.

I hope noone will really believe the quoted words, or they may find themselves in serious troubles...
Now you are just trolling and spreading fear with only these three dots ... to back it up, because your own shit coin iota is worthless.

@tonych, do you support the claim of SatoNatomato the Expert?
Iotatokens are worthless.

IOTA is not trustless.

Decentralized only by human and developer decisions.

Iota does not have a consensus algorithm. Iota is a scam, with less features than email and an gentleman agreement to send each other HTML emails with special formatting - "transactions" signed by GPG keys. Thats the technological sophistication and innovation of Iota by Come-from-Beyond.
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January 31, 2017, 02:12:32 PM
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Iotatokens are worthless.

IOTA is not trustless.

Decentralized only by human and developer decisions.

Iota does not have a consensus algorithm. Iota is a scam, with less features than email and an gentleman agreement to send each other HTML emails with special formatting - "transactions" signed by GPG keys. Thats the technological sophistication and innovation of Iota by Come-from-Beyond.

Let's wait for tonych reply and we'll see how much your words are worth. If he doesn't notice I'll repost as many times as required.
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January 31, 2017, 02:19:33 PM
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so, if I understand correctly, the BTC whales are the ones that got the majority of these Byteballs......

so, the rich got even more rich.....
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January 31, 2017, 02:22:01 PM
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Iotatokens are worthless.

IOTA is not trustless.

Decentralized only by human and developer decisions.

Iota does not have a consensus algorithm. Iota is a scam, with less features than email and an gentleman agreement to send each other HTML emails with special formatting - "transactions" signed by GPG keys. Thats the technological sophistication and innovation of Iota by Come-from-Beyond.

Let's wait for tonych reply and we'll see how much your words are worth. If he doesn't notice I'll repost as many times as required.
My words stand without needing tonych or anyone else input, thank you good sir.

Your lack of answering any criticism of Iota, and instead banning me and deleting my posts where you can is only proof that you have something to hide, you know its shit but want to sell it to others. Now your increased trolling in Byteballs own thread here is nice, shows your balls are not as big as your ego, they hurt.
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January 31, 2017, 02:42:09 PM
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May i suggest moving the discussions to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1354220.0

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January 31, 2017, 02:51:20 PM
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May i suggest moving the discussions to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1354220.0

Thanks.
I would gladly talk there.

But he just deletes my posts from that thread.

Then he comes in this thread and spreads FUD about anything I write, especially anything positive I write about Byteball, even when I answer other peoples questions - he counters with fear and vagueness, appeal to his authority or attempts to ridicule.

Should be banned from this thread really, he hasnt contributed anything constructive in the past 10 pages.
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January 31, 2017, 03:29:13 PM
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May i suggest moving the discussions to https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1354220.0

Thanks.
I would gladly talk there.

But he just deletes my posts from that thread.

Then he comes in this thread and spreads FUD about anything I write, especially anything positive I write about Byteball, even when I answer other peoples questions - he counters with fear and vagueness, appeal to his authority or attempts to ridicule.

Should be banned from this thread really, he hasnt contributed anything constructive in the past 10 pages.


It's the unmoderated tread...but hey don't read just reply...
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January 31, 2017, 03:35:51 PM
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Very interesting project.
I have successfully linked my BTCs to my Byteball address. However I wonder how I can now link funds of an other BTC wallet to an other Byteball wallet I created (it's for my gf if you're wondering why). Right now the transition bot seems to be "stuck" with my own linked address.
Its the same procedure as for the first.

Your other BTC wallet, all you need is to place your bitcoins in 1 bitcoin-address, I suggest you do this with Electrum or another bitcoin-wallet which supports signatures. Then you start your other byteball wallet and begin talking to the transition bot. Sometimes the transition bot is overloaded or needs care, then you wait a while until tonych fixes it. Signing the byteball address with your bitcoin wallet is easier and much faster than making micro-transactions.

Sorry to say this did not help one bit. I have electrum, know how to add a signature etc. But when I open the other wallet that has not yet linked the addresses, the transition bot only responds the default message for my OTHER WALLET that was successfully linked:
"Your current linked Bitcoin address is 1PgXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

Please make sure that 1PgXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is indeed your address and move all your coins to this address. You receive 62.5 MB and 131,943,750 blackbytes for each 1 BTC of the total balance of this Bitcoin address on February 11.

Current balance of this address is X.XX1 BTC.
[...]"


My guess is, it is not possible right now to link two different wallets to two different addresses running the same byteball client. Any suggestions?

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January 31, 2017, 03:37:47 PM
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SatoNatomato and Come-from-Beyond, could you please stop the kindergarten!

This is an unmoderated thread, so no posts will be deleted, but no need to exploit this.

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January 31, 2017, 03:41:21 PM
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SatoNatomato and Come-from-Beyond, could you please stop the kindergarten!

This is an unmoderated thread, so no posts will be deleted, but no need to exploit this.

Why don't you both just ignore each other?

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January 31, 2017, 03:41:53 PM
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SatoNatomato and Come-from-Beyond, could you please stop the kindergarten!

This is an unmoderated thread, so no posts will be deleted, but no need to exploit this.

that's classic, that's crypto world.
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January 31, 2017, 03:53:28 PM
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January 31, 2017, 04:44:23 PM
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SatoNatomato and Come-from-Beyond, could you please stop the kindergarten!

This is an unmoderated thread, so no posts will be deleted, but no need to exploit this.

I just pointed to a claim which is incorrect. SatoNatomato doesn't understand why leaking of information bits may be possible in Byteball and is impossible in ZKP-based schemes. (Un)intentionally he spreads false information. So why is it kindergarten on my side?
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January 31, 2017, 04:51:56 PM
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LMFAO, made my day.

Still I wish there was less trolling and more helping me find a solution to link two wallets with two BTC accounts using the transition bot.

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If you installed the full wallet can you send a transaction before its synced?

With Bitcoin and most altcoin wallets you can send a transaction before they are fully synced provided the wallet shows it contains your coins. Is byteball the same?

If it's not then can you convert a full wallet containing coins into a light wallet to avoid waiting for it to sync? The post below suggests you can't.


* Light wallet option for desktop wallets (the option is available only in new installs), now you don't have to wait that the sync completes and can start using the wallet immediately

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January 31, 2017, 06:15:14 PM
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i tried to sell some Byteball with the internal chatbot and i set my units to "GB" and sent 3 GB, but the wallet sent in reality 3 bytes ist this a known bug?

Seems like if i send a transaction he is ignoring what account i set. It shows GB but it sends bytes.


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one more question. If i put a buy or sell order on, could i chancel it later? the bot documentation shows nothing.
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January 31, 2017, 06:17:05 PM
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SatoNatomato and Come-from-Beyond, could you please stop the kindergarten!

This is an unmoderated thread, so no posts will be deleted, but no need to exploit this.

I just pointed to a claim which is incorrect. SatoNatomato doesn't understand why leaking of information bits may be possible in Byteball and is impossible in ZKP-based schemes. (Un)intentionally he spreads false information. So why is it kindergarten on my side?
Yes lets talk about zero-knowledge protocols and not about all the mentioned disgusting problems with your own pet scam project Iota.

Iota tokens are worthless. Iota is not trustless and not for IoT devices, currently it is even centralized under infantile egotripped leadership.
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January 31, 2017, 06:17:33 PM
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i tried to sell some Byteball with the internal chatbot and i set my units to "GB" and sent 3 GB, but the wallet sent in reality 3 bytes ist this a known bug?

Seems like if i send a transaction he is ignoring what account i set. It shows GB but it sends bytes.


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one more question. If i put a buy or sell order on, could i chancel it later? the bot documentation shows nothing.

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January 31, 2017, 06:18:13 PM
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i tried to sell some Byteball with the internal chatbot and i set my units to "GB" and sent 3 GB, but the wallet sent in reality 3 bytes ist this a known bug?

Seems like if i send a transaction he is ignoring what account i set. It shows GB but it sends bytes.


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one more question. If i put a buy or sell order on, could i chancel it later? the bot documentation shows nothing.

Please upgrade to the latest wallet version 1.1.1!
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January 31, 2017, 06:18:33 PM
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i tried to sell some Byteball with the internal chatbot and i set my units to "GB" and sent 3 GB, but the wallet sent in reality 3 bytes ist this a known bug?

Seems like if i send a transaction he is ignoring what account i set. It shows GB but it sends bytes.


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one more question. If i put a buy or sell order on, could i chancel it later? the bot documentation shows nothing.
you cant cancel it currently, but you can try to fulfill it yourself.
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