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Author Topic: Obyte: Totally new consensus algorithm + private untraceable payments  (Read 1219081 times)
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April 19, 2018, 06:18:23 PM
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Cryptox.pl worked decent for me so far. Except the deposit issue i experienced like some cryptopia users did 2 days ago but one swift email to the exchange admin and It got solved in a few hours. I don't know what's the situation with cryptopia&bittrex (probably not much better than cryptox) but at least I can say that cryptox.pl admin do read the emails and solves the problem in the same day.

Thanks for your proposal. Some day when I decide to buy Byteball, adding it into my portfolio, I will consider about cryptox exchange. However, at the moment, I only put Byteball under my radar for long term follow.
Yes this is a long term crypto boy. Once the world out there realizes what tonych and the byteball devs community are achieving we will all be rewarded. This coin has everything we need right inside the app: which other coin has the same?
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April 19, 2018, 11:41:19 PM
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Cryptox.pl worked decent for me so far. Except the deposit issue i experienced like some cryptopia users did 2 days ago but one swift email to the exchange admin and It got solved in a few hours. I don't know what's the situation with cryptopia&bittrex (probably not much better than cryptox) but at least I can say that cryptox.pl admin do read the emails and solves the problem in the same day.

Thanks for your proposal. Some day when I decide to buy Byteball, adding it into my portfolio, I will consider about cryptox exchange. However, at the moment, I only put Byteball under my radar for long term follow.
Yes this is a long term crypto boy. Once the world out there realizes what tonych and the byteball devs community are achieving we will all be rewarded. This coin has everything we need right inside the app: which other coin has the same?

lets see how long we need... cryptoworld dont need 10 or more years... is like years. ist new , its used, its hot and is calling byteball Smiley
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April 20, 2018, 02:30:10 AM
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Byte, ball, bet, bot, likely all-in-one. Please look no further, it's here, it's Byteball, which will make you rich.
In Byteball, I strongly believe and support it for long-term.
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April 20, 2018, 04:05:33 AM
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We currently receive WCG poins only. That's no problem for me. What are the plans with this token? Will they be converted into Bytes in the future or does it only exist for beta test reasons?

This token is like a badge of honour, to show your participation.
You also receive Bytes but the amount is very low during the test phase. This will change when the project will be officially released, the ratio is still being discussed.

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April 20, 2018, 05:49:16 AM
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We currently receive WCG poins only. That's no problem for me. What are the plans with this token? Will they be converted into Bytes in the future or does it only exist for beta test reasons?

This token is like a badge of honour, to show your participation.
You also receive Bytes but the amount is very low during the test phase. This will change when the project will be officially released, the ratio is still being discussed.

why not create a token with some value added like privacy, or honor or honour wall of fame.
Same thing can be done with salvation army, giving them honor token for their volunteer hours ...

What can we do honor token? Sale to someone than want some honour. If we buy the honour token from salvation army, more people will "volunteer" with their time, and us with money.

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The value of the token is in the community that support it.

Salvation Army also need a token, let bank the unbank people...there is a lot of talk about the "banking the unbank", let's do it.

For example, I would buy a Salvation Army token but not a wcg one.

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April 20, 2018, 08:53:58 AM
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Cryptox.pl worked decent for me so far. Except the deposit issue i experienced like some cryptopia users did 2 days ago but one swift email to the exchange admin and It got solved in a few hours. I don't know what's the situation with cryptopia&bittrex (probably not much better than cryptox) but at least I can say that cryptox.pl admin do read the emails and solves the problem in the same day.

Thanks for your proposal. Some day when I decide to buy Byteball, adding it into my portfolio, I will consider about cryptox exchange. However, at the moment, I only put Byteball under my radar for long term follow.
Yes this is a long term crypto boy. Once the world out there realizes what tonych and the byteball devs community are achieving we will all be rewarded. This coin has everything we need right inside the app: which other coin has the same?

lets see how long we need... cryptoworld dont need 10 or more years... is like years. ist new , its used, its hot and is calling byteball Smiley

Yes, Byteball could take off any moment and very rapidly. I would not risk to be left out of this great asset. Many indicators are suggesting that the bottom is in and that now the price is likely to trend to the upside. Unless BTC collapes again and unleashes a new wave of depression in the whole crypto echosystem, of course.

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April 20, 2018, 09:17:59 AM
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I missed out on the last Byteball airdrop, does anyone know if there will be another one?

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April 20, 2018, 09:19:28 AM
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We currently receive WCG poins only. That's no problem for me. What are the plans with this token? Will they be converted into Bytes in the future or does it only exist for beta test reasons?

This token is like a badge of honour, to show your participation.
You also receive Bytes but the amount is very low during the test phase. This will change when the project will be officially released, the ratio is still being discussed.

I see, thanks.
Is it possible to estimate until when the beta phase will go? WCG also provides the feature of team callenges. Those can be conducted from time to time with extra bonus for example. Maybe it could also be somehow integrated into the bot. But rather future plans Smiley

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April 20, 2018, 10:10:14 AM
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I missed out on the last Byteball airdrop, does anyone know if there will be another one?

It seems the won't be any future airdrops, but feel free to buy Byteball on the exchanges  Cheesy
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April 20, 2018, 10:21:37 AM
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We keep improving Byteball as an investment platform, and today we are launching verification of accredited investors.

Accredited investor attestation bot (which is already in the Bot Store) helps to go through verification and posts an attestation record to the DAG.

Actual verification is outsourced to verifyinvestor.com which already provided this service to a number of ICOs.  A licensed attorney checks the submitted documents and confirms the accredited status, then our bot (which is also a witness) posts the attestation record to the DAG.  With this record, the issuers can easily see that an investor is accredited, therefore allowed to buy securities.




The price of verification is $79.00 but if you are getting verified for the first time, the cost is reimbursed from the distribution fund if the verification is successful.  There is also a $20.00 referral reward, also paid from undistributed funds.

No we can easily host ICOs that sell Byteball-issued security tokens.  
This capability makes Byteball the only ICO platform on the market that allows to offer security tokens out of the box, just by flipping a switch.  Since January, it also allows to enable KYC checks in the same way.  Both tasks are a (small) part of what investment bankers do in the traditional investment world.  If the ICOs are to evolve in this direction, the first steps are already done.

Full story: https://medium.com/byteball/attestation-of-accredited-investors-d4a8dabf683b

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April 20, 2018, 12:21:05 PM
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We keep improving Byteball as an investment platform, and today we are launching verification of accredited investors.

Accredited investor attestation bot (which is already in the Bot Store) helps to go through verification and posts an attestation record to the DAG.

Actual verification is outsourced to verifyinvestor.com which already provided this service to a number of ICOs.  A licensed attorney checks the submitted documents and confirms the accredited status, then our bot (which is also a witness) posts the attestation record to the DAG.  With this record, the issuers can easily see that an investor is accredited, therefore allowed to buy securities.




The price of verification is $79.00 but if you are getting verified for the first time, the cost is reimbursed from the distribution fund if the verification is successful.  There is also a $20.00 referral reward, also paid from undistributed funds.

No we can easily host ICOs that sell Byteball-issued security tokens.  
This capability makes Byteball the only ICO platform on the market that allows to offer security tokens out of the box, just by flipping a switch.  Since January, it also allows to enable KYC checks in the same way.  Both tasks are a (small) part of what investment bankers do in the traditional investment world.  If the ICOs are to evolve in this direction, the first steps are already done.

Full story: https://medium.com/byteball/attestation-of-accredited-investors-d4a8dabf683b

more excellent work with this, bb will become the all in one ico platform soon.

i am pretty sure this is one of the MOST undervalued projects on this entire board.

once the distribution is done and dusted i think we will see this rising to the top 10.

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April 20, 2018, 01:24:45 PM
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Are there any plans to support a hardware wallet - Ledger or Trezor? It would be awesome to secure my Bytes.
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April 20, 2018, 01:31:00 PM
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Are there any plans to support a hardware wallet - Ledger or Trezor? It would be awesome to secure my Bytes.

i would ask the same . iota is on the ledger soon (on there roadmap)

i think deposit on bittrex must be at least 0.01gbytes or something
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April 20, 2018, 01:51:56 PM
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I would like to move my Byteball from an exchange to a wallet. What's the simplest set up to use the wallet?
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April 20, 2018, 02:08:17 PM
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Are there any plans to support a hardware wallet - Ledger or Trezor? It would be awesome to secure my Bytes.

You don't need it. Byteball has the best secured wallet on the world.
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April 20, 2018, 02:21:44 PM
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Wholy shit! I tried to sent 60k bytes to Cryptopia exchange two days ago. They have gone. What a shitty exchange. Today, I have sent my coins to Cryptox (small amount as a trial), my coins appered in my account on the exchange (around 5 minutes waiting).
My question is, Can I really withdraw my coins out of Cryptox?
Thanks all.
To be honest, I withdrawn my coins out of the exchange (cryptox) very well, without any issue. I highly recommend you to use the one and stay away from Cryptopia, which is likely a greedy, shitty one. You should not waste your precious time and get stress with the exchange, which has problems most of the time.
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April 20, 2018, 03:56:25 PM
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I would like to move my Byteball from an exchange to a wallet. What's the simplest set up to use the wallet?
Sure the simplest is to choose the light mode when installing. Opposite to full mode it doesn't consume too much time to sync and works like a charm.
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April 20, 2018, 04:24:29 PM
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We keep improving Byteball as an investment platform, and today we are launching verification of accredited investors.

Accredited investor attestation bot (which is already in the Bot Store) helps to go through verification and posts an attestation record to the DAG.

Actual verification is outsourced to verifyinvestor.com which already provided this service to a number of ICOs.  A licensed attorney checks the submitted documents and confirms the accredited status, then our bot (which is also a witness) posts the attestation record to the DAG.  With this record, the issuers can easily see that an investor is accredited, therefore allowed to buy securities.

The price of verification is $79.00 but if you are getting verified for the first time, the cost is reimbursed from the distribution fund if the verification is successful.  There is also a $20.00 referral reward, also paid from undistributed funds.

No we can easily host ICOs that sell Byteball-issued security tokens.  
This capability makes Byteball the only ICO platform on the market that allows to offer security tokens out of the box, just by flipping a switch.  Since January, it also allows to enable KYC checks in the same way.  Both tasks are a (small) part of what investment bankers do in the traditional investment world.  If the ICOs are to evolve in this direction, the first steps are already done.

Full story: https://medium.com/byteball/attestation-of-accredited-investors-d4a8dabf683b
How do you come up with these ideas? I guess you have good advisors and  since you are such an awesome dev you are able to translate these business needs into action.
well done
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April 20, 2018, 09:07:31 PM
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I genuinely enjoy about the Byteball community. People are usually very helpful, not automatically negative to people pointing out obvious flaws of the platform
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April 20, 2018, 09:12:23 PM
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switch.  Since January, it also allows to enable KYC checks in the same way.  Both tasks are a (small) part of what investment bankers do in the traditional investment world.  If the ICOs are to evolve in this direction, the first steps are already done.

Full story: https://medium.com/byteball/attestation-of-accredited-investors-d4a8dabf683b

Hmmm.... Undecided

I see. Do you also have a civil asset forfeiture bot in the making?

For the success of this coin, a 1:1000 split (listing in MBYTES) would be a lot more useful than a  (brrrr....) KYC bot  Embarrassed

GBYTE is going nowhere while some crapcoins on CMC go through the roof. It is because of the small circulation that results in a tiny market cap. Like Google, only the top results count, nobody goes to page 2....

3 Ripple    $36.206.581.831    $0,925460    $2.178.740.000    39.122.794.968 XRP *    22,38%

92 Byteball Bytes    $183.040.463    $283,69    $1.147.780    645.222GBYTE *    -0,16%    

cRipple is 2000 times more successful, even though Byteball is 100 times better. It takes  a lot of ignorance to achieve such an underperformance  Sad Sad Sad

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