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April 30, 2018, 07:31:08 AM
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An appeal to byeball creators / tony : Why don't you urge cryptopia to get issues about bytebal alright? After all you have paid fine sum of money to get it listed, but listed for what?

So that they can hold up your hunders of dollars of Cryptos and manipulate the market?
Either they are incompetent or scammers, in either case they should be booted by the public

I think we should look beyond Cryptopia and Bitteex. Every effort should be made to list Byteball at exchanges like Binance. Having a fiat ramp is fine, but why should you ignore the most popular crypto exchanges. It might cost money, but that can come from the undistributed funds. It would be worth it.


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April 30, 2018, 07:44:08 AM
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I think South Korea is super android friendly country for the byteball platform.

A good place for an Airdrop  Shocked



not to forget macedonia Tongue
interesting to see this graph, i didn't know android is so popular in some countries vs. iphone

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April 30, 2018, 08:03:47 AM
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An appeal to byeball creators / tony : Why don't you urge cryptopia to get issues about bytebal alright? After all you have paid fine sum of money to get it listed, but listed for what?

So that they can hold up your hunders of dollars of Cryptos and manipulate the market?
Either they are incompetent or scammers, in either case they should be booted by the public

I think we should look beyond Cryptopia and Bitteex. Every effort should be made to list Byteball at exchanges like Binance. Having a fiat ramp is fine, but why should you ignore the most popular crypto exchanges. It might cost money, but that can come from the undistributed funds. It would be worth it.
no liquidity for selling undistributed funds. Selling coins for Binance would mean a dump to 0.005
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April 30, 2018, 08:07:36 AM
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I think we should look beyond Cryptopia and Bitteex. Every effort should be made to list Byteball at exchanges like Binance. Having a fiat ramp is fine, but why should you ignore the most popular crypto exchanges. It might cost money, but that can come from the undistributed funds. It would be worth it.
I strongly support the idea to bring Byteball to Binance, which is amongst the largest exchanges in the last several months. In addition, fiat pair is good option to boost the liquidity of Byteball up.

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April 30, 2018, 08:23:32 AM
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An appeal to byeball creators / tony : Why don't you urge cryptopia to get issues about bytebal alright? After all you have paid fine sum of money to get it listed, but listed for what?

So that they can hold up your hunders of dollars of Cryptos and manipulate the market?
Either they are incompetent or scammers, in either case they should be booted by the public

I think we should look beyond Cryptopia and Bitteex. Every effort should be made to list Byteball at exchanges like Binance. Having a fiat ramp is fine, but why should you ignore the most popular crypto exchanges. It might cost money, but that can come from the undistributed funds. It would be worth it.
Looking beyond something is fine, but one must focus on something that he already has.

The ones that are already listing are not working and really cryptopia really doesn't give a fuck to whether byteballs are getting deposited or not.
We might see few thousands of dollars of worth of bytes getting sold in a quick period when cryptopia issue settles down.
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April 30, 2018, 08:31:43 AM
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Looking beyond something is fine, but one must focus on something that he already has.

The ones that are already listing are not working and really cryptopia really doesn't give a fuck to whether byteballs are getting deposited or not.
We might see few thousands of dollars of worth of bytes getting sold in a quick period when cryptopia issue settles down.
I have also lost my bytes in the shitty Cryptopia exchange, so I highly recommend to stay away from this one.
In my experience, if you can not verify your account in Bittrex, cryptox.pl exchange might be a good substitution for the case of Byteball.
I deposited and withdrawned coins in the one without any issues.

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April 30, 2018, 08:43:53 AM
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Hello everyone!

I need some assistance: i have a fresh installation of Ubuntu 18.04 and getting an error message when starting the byteball-wallet:

./Byteball: error while loading shared libraries: libgconf-2.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

What do i have to do to resolve this?

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April 30, 2018, 08:56:09 AM
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Hello everyone!

I need some assistance: i have a fresh installation of Ubuntu 18.04 and getting an error message when starting the byteball-wallet:

./Byteball: error while loading shared libraries: libgconf-2.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

What do i have to do to resolve this?

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It works without trouble for me on Linux Mint.

Maybe try to search for libgconf libraries and install them. Like:

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apt-cache search libgconf
libgconf-2-4 - GNOME configuration database system (shared libraries)
libgconf2-dev - GNOME configuration database system (development)
libgconf2-doc - GNOME configuration database system (API reference)
libgconf-bridge-dev - Bind GObject properties to GConf keys (development files)
libgconf-bridge0 - Bind GObject properties to GConf keys
libgconf2-4 - GNOME configuration database system (dummy package)
libgconf2.0-cil - CLI binding for GConf 2.24
libgconf2.0-cil-dev - CLI binding for GConf 2.24
libgconfmm-2.6-1v5 - C++ wrappers for GConf (shared library)
libgconfmm-2.6-dev - C++ wrappers for GConf (development files)
libgconfmm-2.6-doc - C++ wrappers for GConf (documentation)

and depending of result

Code:
sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4

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Code:
sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4

Thanks a lot, this did the trick...problem solved!

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April 30, 2018, 09:29:29 AM
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Code:
sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4

Thanks a lot, this did the trick...problem solved!


have somebody try to send GBB to linux wallet frome a windows wallet. cuz i cant
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April 30, 2018, 10:47:47 AM
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have somebody try to send GBB to linux wallet frome a windows wallet. cuz i cant

The OS doesn't matter.
The most common mistake about GBB is trying to send them without be paired to the recipient.
Pair both wallets, open a chat between your 2 devices, paste the address from the recipient device, click on the address appearing in chat and do 'Pay to this address'. The selection of GBB asset is now available on the sending form.

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April 30, 2018, 12:16:30 PM
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have somebody try to send GBB to linux wallet frome a windows wallet. cuz i cant

The OS doesn't matter.
The most common mistake about GBB is trying to send them without be paired to the recipient.
Pair both wallets, open a chat between your 2 devices, paste the address from the recipient device, click on the address appearing in chat and do 'Pay to this address'. The selection of GBB asset is now available on the sending form.

yes i did this since yesterday 30 times always the error
Uncaught exception: Error: Error: SQLITE_ERROR: no such index: outputsIsSerial SELECT unit, message_index, sequence FROM outputs INDEXED BY outputsIsSerial JOIN units USING(unit) WHERE outputs.is_serial IS NULL AND units.is_stable=1 AND is_spent=0
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April 30, 2018, 01:26:31 PM
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I think we should look beyond Cryptopia and Bitteex. Every effort should be made to list Byteball at exchanges like Binance. Having a fiat ramp is fine, but why should you ignore the most popular crypto exchanges. It might cost money, but that can come from the undistributed funds. It would be worth it.
I strongly support the idea to bring Byteball to Binance, which is amongst the largest exchanges in the last several months. In addition, fiat pair is good option to boost the liquidity of Byteball up.

the best and most powerful exchange is people to people. I sell bytes for cash for profit, 10% up from the current price.

The only barrier is that my custmer or friend need an Android phone..

Very easy...   Grin
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April 30, 2018, 01:46:34 PM
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an android friendly map for byteball wallet by country...    Grin

I am sorry America and Japan  Sad


hi,

Which airdrop did you mention? Would you mind giving me more details about this one, please.

The airdrop is hypothetical and should be symbolic like WCG, only for adoption purpose not for pumping the price up.
 
in case of reinstall any kind airdrop, byteball team should consider to target the best market for best adoption possible, which in my opinion is an android friendly country with a lot of crypto enthusiast, like South Korea, Hong Kong, Spain, China, etc.
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April 30, 2018, 02:12:46 PM
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have somebody try to send GBB to linux wallet frome a windows wallet. cuz i cant

The OS doesn't matter.
The most common mistake about GBB is trying to send them without be paired to the recipient.
Pair both wallets, open a chat between your 2 devices, paste the address from the recipient device, click on the address appearing in chat and do 'Pay to this address'. The selection of GBB asset is now available on the sending form.

yes i did this since yesterday 30 times always the error
Uncaught exception: Error: Error: SQLITE_ERROR: no such index: outputsIsSerial SELECT unit, message_index, sequence FROM outputs INDEXED BY outputsIsSerial JOIN units USING(unit) WHERE outputs.is_serial IS NULL AND units.is_stable=1 AND is_spent=0

I'm not sure of anything but I see there was a commit about this index on last March,22
https://github.com/byteball/byteballcore/commit/f9ba0b540c45a3ee6c97f15eb66c68e390fc2929
The next version will probably fix your issue.
If you know how to edit the DB, you can try to add the missing index by yourself.
Code:
CREATE INDEX IF NOT EXISTS outputsIsSerial ON outputs(is_serial)

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April 30, 2018, 04:06:51 PM
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WCG does not have any projects which support GPU. Can we switch to some other boinc project with GPU support? I'd love to put my video card at work and I like bytes.

I think it works with GPU and uses HDDhttp://profitmilion.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/GPU.png

But I do not know if that's exactly what it was about you ?

More info http://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Advanced_view
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April 30, 2018, 04:21:00 PM
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Where can I learn more about airdrop  Huh
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April 30, 2018, 05:37:48 PM
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Where can I learn more about airdrop  Huh

the fullmoon airdorps are over. at the moment there are several campaigns. signature, video, twitter i think. and other stuff via using the wallet. check out the blog posts for more information.

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April 30, 2018, 09:14:02 PM
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This is your merkle proof of ****** :0.00201532. Please copy and paste it on the Send page to unlock the funds from your smart wallet:
3081-Nnc3xXXoU7NozfcT4DYonxGRUDQvpkl2rsXh4KfImOk=-V/76zxkz/3YO91VuHWmpLDWAN9Vi9AlPwmNDF0mI5bE=-KkW45XrG1mm6+q39pse0ISmfuTaJdm8alvD+WH6bnIo=-ZG5d9n/uUUhKWOp8W0oiixVhLSYoPub0QDlG4l5L7jQ=-A24g5vcxD2cSSjbtXvGoNrdCBrPZz41mzkkp5bnUKXg=-rzQ8EojOR8b6llvxqQ8B+lfDAIEFSeu2aYgcPcI5BZk=-weNanK7ufcgHaQviZF8bkDX+jAQrK8LAVE+vapX+NHk=-P7PNkFbHzyTYQZUCFrAYP1MXgbc5RyyT82LQQT0C6oA=-KMWktf7cA25YPXdZDYbh/ex6LPi2IKsGay/qgRwEG/o=-UhCQG0x6AZeaKotTi3y2mJm5aYyNrkoLKdp491W/+PY=-B4kRSdl4kq1FzKEVYCE3PDfa+quM3Y0X/upEIYCLaD8=-gbVkrt+nphNt+sHgzxVn2GQfJQm0+AA2DLlv2ugcfYE=-V6EBNUqAZPwkirqn5LjM2Br0RMQb9jRUzHIxmCesCm8=

Hi Guys How I can "Unlock this fund"?Procedure is not so clear Sad I need to install bitcore?

HI I get this string from oracle bot.
how can I claim the funds?

I guess you are exchanging BTC for Bytes using smart contract described here https://medium.com/byteball/making-p2p-great-again-episode-ii-bitcoin-exchange-d98adfbde2a5.  If so, switch to the smart contract that has the Bytes locked, navigate to the Send tab, and paste this long string into "Merkle proof" field.

I am sorry but I didn't understand...
where I need to paste it? There is funds inside so? (0.00201532?)
thanks in advance for the help Wink I am really noob with byteball Smiley

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