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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1191693 times)
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May 26, 2017, 05:54:58 PM
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Is it possible to know exactly how many total bytes will be distributed during the next round? I know it's 20% to holders. What confuses me is the linking of the Bitcoin addresses? How drastically could this effect the distribution? Getting 20% is nice, but how will the market be effected by the flood of new coins? I'm curious to see. Any ideas?
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May 26, 2017, 06:06:54 PM
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Byteball is a complete faucet  Cheesy You can get a lot of free Bytes and BlackBytes when you already have some Bytes (you can bought one) or when you have Bitcoins (no matter how much).

do we have any community faucets or anything? I mean, I have mixed feelings but that was what got me hooked. Doge, such faucets, much coin.
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May 26, 2017, 06:11:15 PM
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Yes, but to get into the top 20 Byteball must become completely decentralized. Right now, all witnesses are maintained by the main developer. He is a trusted man but a coin can only be successful in the long run when it is decentralized. If Byteball will be in the future, a place in the top 20 will be save in my opinion.

byteball is far more better than some other top20 coins..

just need more time.


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May 26, 2017, 07:37:49 PM
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Noone should pay for this, just get it for free. All these developers and founders holding so much, coin distribution is so horrible, greedy guys hoping to give some for free and cause a craze then get people to buy in. Just wait for a good DAG with good fundamentals and coin distribution to buy in, for this coin just get it for free.
I like this coin and I think it's very promising, but I also have doubts if this is the best method of distribution. It's difficult these days to distribute a currency so widely, and without creating large stakeholders. Unfortunately, the Bitcoin experiment can not be replicated.

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May 26, 2017, 08:33:10 PM
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Noone should pay for this, just get it for free. All these developers and founders holding so much, coin distribution is so horrible, greedy guys hoping to give some for free and cause a craze then get people to buy in. Just wait for a good DAG with good fundamentals and coin distribution to buy in, for this coin just get it for free.
I like this coin and I think it's very promising, but I also have doubts if this is the best method of distribution. It's difficult these days to distribute a currency so widely, and without creating large stakeholders. Unfortunately, the Bitcoin experiment can not be replicated.

is verry easy to get free BB and please stop with large stakeholders, all of them know why they keep BB for long term * long term = 5 years +


gogogo BB!!!
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May 26, 2017, 09:55:55 PM
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Looks like there is increased interest in creating chatbots for Byteball lately.
To help the developers, here is the documentation https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Writing-chatbots-for-Byteball

Simplicity is beauty
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May 26, 2017, 10:34:42 PM
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Looks like there is increased interest in creating chatbots for Byteball lately.
To help the developers, here is the documentation https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/wiki/Writing-chatbots-for-Byteball
great guide and for sure more and more talented and young people will start to use and write chatbots.


i have a Q: is possible from full wallet to move on light one and  to still keep my BB and Blackbytes on the same adress, without transfering  on a new adresss?
i have a old full back up and a new one.
can you help me pls. cheers
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May 27, 2017, 07:21:13 AM
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i have a Q: is possible from full wallet to move on light one and  to still keep my BB and Blackbytes on the same adress, without transfering  on a new adresss?
i have a old full back up and a new one.
can you help me pls. cheers

no way to do this so far

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May 27, 2017, 07:41:30 AM
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i have a Q: is possible from full wallet to move on light one and  to still keep my BB and Blackbytes on the same adress, without transfering  on a new adresss?
i have a old full back up and a new one.
can you help me pls. cheers

If you use the seed from your full node and recover from it on your light node, you will recover your addresses and only your bytes (not blackbytes). So if you really want to keep your addresses and move to a light wallet, you need to first move the blackbytes to another device along with some bytes to send the blacks back (to your new light node), recover using your seed on a light node (you'll get the bytes), then move the blackbytes from the other device to your new light node and finally empty the other device from the remaining bytes if (dust). Before you do any of that, back everything up.

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May 27, 2017, 09:23:31 AM
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i have a Q: is possible from full wallet to move on light one and  to still keep my BB and Blackbytes on the same adress, without transfering  on a new adresss?
i have a old full back up and a new one.
can you help me pls. cheers

If you use the seed from your full node and recover from it on your light node, you will recover your addresses and only your bytes (not blackbytes). So if you really want to keep your addresses and move to a light wallet, you need to first move the blackbytes to another device along with some bytes to send the blacks back (to your new light node), recover using your seed on a light node (you'll get the bytes), then move the blackbytes from the other device to your new light node and finally empty the other device from the remaining bytes if (dust). Before you do any of that, back everything up.

as far as I know the light client does not allow the recovering from seed. It states 'The recovery is only available in full wallets"

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May 27, 2017, 09:31:17 AM
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i have a Q: is possible from full wallet to move on light one and  to still keep my BB and Blackbytes on the same adress, without transfering  on a new adresss?
i have a old full back up and a new one.
can you help me pls. cheers

If you use the seed from your full node and recover from it on your light node, you will recover your addresses and only your bytes (not blackbytes). So if you really want to keep your addresses and move to a light wallet, you need to first move the blackbytes to another device along with some bytes to send the blacks back (to your new light node), recover using your seed on a light node (you'll get the bytes), then move the blackbytes from the other device to your new light node and finally empty the other device from the remaining bytes if (dust). Before you do any of that, back everything up.

as far as I know the light client does not allow the recovering from seed. It states 'The recovery is only available in full wallets"


it does, but only in emergency cases. seed bears certain issues with many addresses and stuff. better do a full backup and use that to restore

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May 27, 2017, 11:44:47 AM
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i have a Q: is possible from full wallet to move on light one and  to still keep my BB and Blackbytes on the same adress, without transfering  on a new adresss?
i have a old full back up and a new one.
can you help me pls. cheers

If you use the seed from your full node and recover from it on your light node, you will recover your addresses and only your bytes (not blackbytes). So if you really want to keep your addresses and move to a light wallet, you need to first move the blackbytes to another device along with some bytes to send the blacks back (to your new light node), recover using your seed on a light node (you'll get the bytes), then move the blackbytes from the other device to your new light node and finally empty the other device from the remaining bytes if (dust). Before you do any of that, back everything up.

as far as I know the light client does not allow the recovering from seed. It states 'The recovery is only available in full wallets"

My bad on this one, it indeed states that it's not possible. Thanks for pointing that out Wink.

it does, but only in emergency cases.

So favdesu, I assume if it's possible, it is probably not a straight forward process ... How would you do that? Thx.

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May 27, 2017, 11:45:19 AM
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nice to notice  while virtually all other forks are in fever right now   Gbyte/BTC is allmost stable . Stability is the  feature of masterpiece


it does, but only in emergency cases. seed bears certain issues with many addresses and stuff. better do a full backup and use that to restore

pls provide step-by-step how-to

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May 27, 2017, 11:55:51 AM
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Once again I already began to prepare for next distribution by raising bitcoins in my wallet by transferring them in time to not have confirmation issue. We have 2 more weeks till 9th June. It is a friendly reminder to those who joined us lately. Make sure you have confirmed Bitcoins into wallets other than exchanges. Wallets can be linked any time later.
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May 27, 2017, 03:53:39 PM
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Byteball is a complete faucet  Cheesy You can get a lot of free Bytes and BlackBytes when you already have some Bytes (you can bought one) or when you have Bitcoins (no matter how much).

do we have any community faucets or anything? I mean, I have mixed feelings but that was what got me hooked. Doge, such faucets, much coin.

Yes, you get free Bytes for BTC and then free Bytes for the Bytes you already have. Its free money and amazing that so many people have not linked their BTC yet.
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May 27, 2017, 05:00:55 PM
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No matter of quantity when it is about something with huge potential to come bigger in future just like Bitcoin as example. Starting from next distribution I also will try to catch as many as possible and will hold them for long term. Gbyte already has great value at its early stages. When bytes and blackbytes will be usable for things or services then it will turn into something really more valuable.
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May 27, 2017, 07:26:38 PM
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May 27, 2017, 07:44:10 PM
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Send with 500+ Sats fee per Byte and you will not have confirmation problems.

I recommend to buy Byteballs. You get a higher share for Byteballs than for Bitcoin on distribution. Hodling Byteballs brings you 10% while Bitcoin brings only 6.25%.

Once again I already began to prepare for next distribution by raising bitcoins in my wallet by transferring them in time to not have confirmation issue. We have 2 more weeks till 9th June. It is a friendly reminder to those who joined us lately. Make sure you have confirmed Bitcoins into wallets other than exchanges. Wallets can be linked any time later.

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May 27, 2017, 07:48:17 PM
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I managed to buy today and now I'm waiting for my 20% BONUS from next delivery. It is a pity that you can not keep coins on the exchange and receive coins from distribution.

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May 27, 2017, 08:39:14 PM
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I managed to buy today and now I'm waiting for my 20% BONUS from next delivery. It is a pity that you can not keep coins on the exchange and receive coins from distribution.
As far as I know cryptox.pl distributes bytes to holders on exchange (with some fee, of course)
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