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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1234102 times)
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April 07, 2017, 08:18:17 AM
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need more action..... cryptopia customer don't knows byteball
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April 07, 2017, 08:19:07 AM
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do you have to have a minimum of 1BTC in your wallet or will you just get allocated Byteballs to the amount of BTC you have?

u may have less than 1 BTC (and even 0 BTC in order to get just blackbytes from non-zero balance byteball address).

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April 07, 2017, 10:43:15 AM
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do you have to have a minimum of 1BTC in your wallet or will you just get allocated Byteballs to the amount of BTC you have?

It's pretty clear from the 4th round of distribution information that you will get 62.5MB for every 1 BTC you have in the linked address, so any amount of BTC you hold in the linked address will receive a proportionate amount. This is also confirmed when tracking the linking progress at http://transition.byteball.org/

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April 07, 2017, 05:55:29 PM
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need more action..... cryptopia customer don't knows byteball
cryptopia is a minor exchange with less than 500btc daily volume. I don't expect to see any action over there. We will probably see some more volume after the next round
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April 07, 2017, 06:21:55 PM
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April 07, 2017, 06:44:16 PM
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I've missed previous rounds of distribution... Found this altcoin today. Hope to receive something from 4th round.

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April 07, 2017, 07:55:30 PM
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I've missed previous rounds of distribution... Found this altcoin today. Hope to receive something from 4th round.

You're still early Smiley
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April 07, 2017, 08:12:24 PM
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Now you can also P2P gamble using smart contracts.



The oracle FOPUBEUPBC6YLIQDLKL6EW775BMV7YOH (which also monitors Bitcoin blockchain) posts pseudorandom numbers derived from Bitcoin block hash.  A new number is posted every time a new Bitcoin block is mined and gets one further confirmation.  The random numbers are posted under data feed name randomXXXXXX where XXXXXX is Bitcoin block number.

The numbers are between 1 and 100,000.  You can bet on a future random number being less than or greater than a specific value, for example, there is 25% chance that the number will be below 25,000 and 75% chance that it'll be above 25,000.

The above contract was between my Mac and my phone, it was created before block 460852.  This is the data feed that was posted by the oracle after this block was mined:
https://explorer.byteball.org/#Ns//o52EKR32ykuHfUfcm3ailHtta6TvM5kB07vbpVA=
bitcoin_hash: 0000000000000000019dd457cf8e233701dab44ac855492d575a4366556213e0
bitcoin_height: 460852
bitcoin_merkle: GW9cQW5m0KLIi2suUlkzRP2yurg8jLEax3uHiun7kik=
random460852: 34789

34789 is more than 25000, the Mac won.

Join #gambling channel on our Slack http://slack.byteball.org/ to find a partner for P2P dice game.

P.S.  And we didn't need to do a $2m ICO to organize this simple game.

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April 07, 2017, 08:21:51 PM
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Now you can also P2P gamble using smart contracts.



The oracle FOPUBEUPBC6YLIQDLKL6EW775BMV7YOH (which also monitors Bitcoin blockchain) posts pseudorandom numbers derived from Bitcoin block hash.  A new number is posted every time a new Bitcoin block is mined and gets one further confirmation.  The random numbers are posted under data feed name randomXXXXXX where XXXXXX is Bitcoin block number.

The numbers are between 1 and 100,000.  You can bet on a future random number being less than or greater than a specific value, for example, there is 25% chance that the number will be below 25,000 and 75% chance that it'll be above 25,000.

The above contract was between my Mac and my phone, it was created before block 460852.  This is the data feed that was posted by the oracle after this block was mined:
https://explorer.byteball.org/#Ns//o52EKR32ykuHfUfcm3ailHtta6TvM5kB07vbpVA=
bitcoin_hash: 0000000000000000019dd457cf8e233701dab44ac855492d575a4366556213e0
bitcoin_height: 460852
bitcoin_merkle: GW9cQW5m0KLIi2suUlkzRP2yurg8jLEax3uHiun7kik=
random460852: 34789

34789 is more than 25000, the Mac won.

Join #gambling channel on our Slack http://slack.byteball.org/ to find a partner for P2P dice game.

P.S.  And we didn't need to do a $2m ICO to organize this simple game.


Wow Tonych, you keep amazing me with these out of the blue, back to back, cool developments. Thanks once again for the update Smiley
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April 07, 2017, 08:57:27 PM
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Wow Tonych, you keep amazing me with these out of the blue, back to back, cool developments. Thanks once again for the update Smiley

Yes, Tony delivers quality while others produce hot air! Byteball wipes the floor with all the shitty, nonfunctional ICOs.
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Last edit: April 07, 2017, 09:35:02 PM by drays
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I was missing here for some time... Sorry if this is answered somewhere down the thread - my question is whether it is possible to trade Bytes vs BlackBytes using the trading bot? Trading bot seems to be the best place for such functionality, I suppose it should be there, but cannot find it by some reason... Undecided



On different topic: @tonych - you are awesome. Though, well... I think you know that already Smiley

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April 07, 2017, 09:47:19 PM
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Definitely impressed with your releases tony, good work.
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April 07, 2017, 10:02:05 PM
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I was missing here for some time... Sorry if this is answered somewhere down the thread - my question is whether it is possible to trade Bytes vs BlackBytes using the trading bot? Trading bot seems to be the best place for such functionality, I suppose it should be there, but cannot find it by some reason... Undecided



On different topic: @tonych - you are awesome. Though, well... I think you know that already Smiley

Welcome back Smiley Trading is possible, no bots, just peer-to-peer: https://medium.com/byteball/making-p2p-great-again-fe9e20546a4a

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April 07, 2017, 10:13:48 PM
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Now you can also P2P gamble using smart contracts.
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But this is not how prediction market is actually supposed to work. PM is a group contract, when many people bet on the outcome of the same event, then the pot is distributed between those who guessed right according to their bets. If everybody guess right, nobody wins. The winner is the guy who bets against the crowd when the crowd is wrong.

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April 07, 2017, 10:34:25 PM
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Now you can also P2P gamble using smart contracts.
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But this is not how prediction market is actually supposed to work. PM is a group contract, when many people bet on the outcome of the same event, then the pot is distributed between those who guessed right according to their bets. If everybody guess right, nobody wins. The winner is the guy who bets against the crowd when the crowd is wrong.


This is just the beginning.
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April 08, 2017, 06:05:31 AM
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If you just want to help out the network running a byteball-hub or relay is enough.



I have set up and now operating a new relay on a dedicated box with 300Mbps unmetered bandwidth.
Address: wss://byteball.fr/bb
Location: France

I have more than 15 years experience with Linux sysadmin. I can set up a witness if the the community asks.
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April 08, 2017, 09:06:03 AM
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I love thisproject however I have a problem with the witnesses choose mecanism, aka "12 catpains of industry" or well reputed equivalent.

First (and biggest one) : who is to coopte such "captains". In a supposed decentralysed network it means a central authority somewhere or at least a consensus voting system.
Second : what if no such "captain of industry" joins in? Should we bless project founders for eternity ? (we all die some day).
Three : 12 is a too limited number. This is intentionaly set so that we can humanely follow the witnesses quality. But I do not want to ask periodicaly myself whereas witnesses are good quality or not. I just want to feel confident with the network any time.

I would suggest the following :
- no more limited witnesses number
- all wallets could optionnaly run as witnesses
- if a end-user wishes to act as a witness is has to back some "good" amount of GBYTE (prevent spam and initial amount  for serial post).
- each time a witness serial post he is awarded  more than its post cost (aka end users are prone to become witnesses for profit)
- wallets choose their witnesses in a hard-coded random fashion among all witnesses pool.
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April 08, 2017, 09:37:37 AM
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Good questions. I'm not sure if that's the best way, such aspects make it seem a bit centralized, but perhaps not a design flaw. If the focus is usability, this seems to be necessary to make the system scale more efficiently.

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April 08, 2017, 09:40:43 AM
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one of the great project in this year.

better than Ethereum
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April 08, 2017, 10:52:33 AM
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Now you can also P2P gamble using smart contracts.
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But this is not how prediction market is actually supposed to work. PM is a group contract, when many people bet on the outcome of the same event, then the pot is distributed between those who guessed right according to their bets. If everybody guess right, nobody wins. The winner is the guy who bets against the crowd when the crowd is wrong.


This is just the beginning.
I second that.
This project is amazing
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