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May 23, 2018, 04:40:12 AM
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Monero, Zcash and Dash are being delisted from Coincheck under pressure from Japanese authorities. An opportunity for Blackbytes?

https://medium.com/@byteballjesus/monero-zcash-and-dash-are-being-delisted-under-pressure-from-japanese-authories-a8933cf4736a
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It might be good if Byteball (Blackbytes) can take advantage of current strict rules of Japanese authorities on private-focused coins.
However, I am a little bit curious why Blackbytes can be stay outside the managements of Japanese authorities and their new rules to penetrate a bit deeper into Japanese potential customers.

You know they can just ban byteball too if they realize the hidden blackbytes feature in it. It is not that hard. What makes you think they'll let byteballs through while they ban the other privacy coins? They don't do it yet because they are probably not aware of its existence yet since blackbytes has low volume.




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May 23, 2018, 05:06:50 AM
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You know they can just ban byteball too if they realize the hidden blackbytes feature in it. It is not that hard. What makes you think they'll let byteballs through while they ban the other privacy coins? They don't do it yet because they are probably not aware of its existence yet since blackbytes has low volume.
Yeah, you got my ideas. That's what I really want to emphasize.
Local authorities always tend to focus on govern as strictes as possible, especially private coins.
So, if Japanese authorities really want to do it, they will.
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May 23, 2018, 05:49:48 AM
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Yes, Byteball is not so far from the top 100. If the distribution is going well like the previous one (regular and following the rule!), I can beg the Byteball can reach top 50 in one month.
It is time for you to reverse your stance on Byteball project, xlcus.
Congratulations, because it seems that you chose the right time to do it.
Byteball will take off soon when Bitcoin rise exponetially and the whole market fly over the Moon.

How do you conclude that bitcoin rise exponentially? The whole market is decreasing.
It is not the superb point of Byteball if it just rise when Bitcoin rises.
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May 23, 2018, 06:38:05 AM
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Yes, but we can't deny that. When BTC rises from its ashes all the alts get a boost and this is due to the fact that people believe Bitcoin is too expensive compared to the altpennies. Byteball will rise but eventually only long standing projects like Byteball will have a chance to survive in this extremetely competitive environment.

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May 23, 2018, 06:41:44 AM
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free distribution now requires to provide real name and email? what a joke, it is in direct contradiction with the cryptocurrency's principle.
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May 23, 2018, 07:50:17 AM
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free distribution now requires to provide real name and email? what a joke, it is in direct contradiction with the cryptocurrency's principle.

Byteball provides a layer for businesses that want or need to check ID or email. These distribution rewards intend to promote this feature. It's completely optional, you can still participe to other kinds of distribution that don't require any check.

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May 23, 2018, 08:52:30 AM
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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.

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May 23, 2018, 09:08:09 AM
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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.

Can you be more specific about how you can't? Do you have an error? Does your transaction get stuck at some point? What do you exactly do?

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May 23, 2018, 10:34:41 AM
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Hello guys!

Where do you trade Byteball without verification?

Bittrex - must be verified account
Cryptopia - i heard many issues

What about Cryptox and Upbit?

Thanks for your opinions!
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May 23, 2018, 10:40:28 AM
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Hello guys!

Where do you trade Byteball without verification?

Bittrex - must be verified account
Cryptopia - i heard many issues

What about Cryptox and Upbit?

Thanks for your opinions!

Cryptox has worked very well for me back in the days. No verification, no withdraw limits, very low GByte withdraw fee and the admin is/was available on Slack.

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May 23, 2018, 11:03:52 AM
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Hello guys!

Where do you trade Byteball without verification?

Bittrex - must be verified account
Cryptopia - i heard many issues

What about Cryptox and Upbit?

Thanks for your opinions!

Cryptox has worked very well for me back in the days. No verification, no withdraw limits, very low GByte withdraw fee and the admin is/was available on Slack.
I second that opinion. Cryptox has also worked for me good.
No stuck deposits. Instant withdrawals. Plus good volume (2nd best in volume after bittrex).
Never tried upbit.

I feel I should have sold my gbytes when it was 0.0271 and bought out steem for it. Steem isn't falling along with btc as byteball is.
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May 23, 2018, 12:39:29 PM
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I feel I should have sold my gbytes when it was 0.0271 and bought out steem for it. Steem isn't falling along with btc as byteball is.

It's easy to say this after you have witnessed the market moves. If you have info that makes you think, with a somehow high probability, that this will go down and that will go up, then just use that info knowing the risks. Otherwise, it seems safer to hodl and wait for the market to recover.

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May 23, 2018, 01:00:19 PM
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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.
Do you have "normal" bytes in your wallet to pay the transaction fee to transfer the blackbytes? Huh

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May 23, 2018, 01:03:06 PM
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Hello guys!

Where do you trade Byteball without verification?

Bittrex - must be verified account
Cryptopia - i heard many issues

What about Cryptox and Upbit?

Thanks for your opinions!
I had also successful traded my byteballs with bitcoin using cryptox transactions was Swift and instant, I was initially doubtful trading with cryptox but having gone through some reviews on google I was convinced in using them.

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May 23, 2018, 01:08:15 PM
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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.

Can you be more specific about how you can't? Do you have an error? Does your transaction get stuck at some point? What do you exactly do?

No errors and nothing gets stuck. Simply, when I try to send the Blackbytes I don't get any address displayed to which I can send them to. And the apps are paired, I can chat between them. But no way to send the Blackbytes.

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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.

Can you be more specific about how you can't? Do you have an error? Does your transaction get stuck at some point? What do you exactly do?

No errors and nothing gets stuck. Simply, when I try to send the Blackbytes I don't get any address displayed to which I can send them to. And the apps are paired, I can chat between them. But no way to send the Blackbytes.

Send the receiver's address using "Insert address" from the receiver's chat interface. Click on that address in the sender's chat interface and normally you should be able to choose blackbytes and send them. As HCP pointed out, you need bytes to pay for the transaction fees.

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May 23, 2018, 02:30:19 PM
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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.
Do you have "normal" bytes in your wallet to pay the transaction fee to transfer the blackbytes? Huh

That's right. You need to have very little "normal" bytes to pay the fee if you want to move your blackbytes. I experienced it myself not so long ago.




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May 23, 2018, 02:44:23 PM
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I am trying to transfer Blackbytes to another wallet I have on another computer but I can't. I've paired the devices but still can't. I've checked the Byteball wiki but I have found only instructions on how to trade Blackbytes with bots etc. The very simple issue of tranferring them I didn't find.

Can you be more specific about how you can't? Do you have an error? Does your transaction get stuck at some point? What do you exactly do?

No errors and nothing gets stuck. Simply, when I try to send the Blackbytes I don't get any address displayed to which I can send them to. And the apps are paired, I can chat between them. But no way to send the Blackbytes.

Send the receiver's address using "Insert address" from the receiver's chat interface. Click on that address in the sender's chat interface and normally you should be able to chose blackbytes and send them. As HCP pointed out, you need bytes to pay for the transaction fees.

How should someone guess that? I mean, there is no instructions whatsoever for doing something lile that. I understand the idea of Byteball is to be easy to use to pursue mass user adoption, but that's certainly not easy unless you know the trick.
And by the way, it didn't work. I am getting now a mistake in red color:
"Impossible to send the payment: precommit callback failed: [a string of text]: conflicting spend proof in inner unit [a string of text]"

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May 23, 2018, 03:18:50 PM
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May 23, 2018, 03:45:39 PM
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Whats up with that thing about free distribution of byteballs to the first 100k(?) wallets? Is that true? I heard that eventually first hundred thousand users will receive free bytes! Am I too late? What is the number of bytetball addresses/wallets?

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