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June 27, 2018, 05:30:04 PM
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👍 I thought you wanted to be left alone, and focus on internal testing. My suggestion, just ignore any comments, and keep doing what you are doing. You don’t have to prove anything to anybody.- said in kindness.

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Why is the screen name of the investor and founder of Bitlattice being used instead of the real names and the social media links, don't you think that would make your project even more legit
Because I'm against the flow when it comes to privacy. Out of social media accounts under my real credentials I had only a Fakebook one. Years ago. Abandoned it after a year of almost no use. If I have friends they are real. If I would want to show them a color of my shit I would lead them to my toilet (the question is why should I do that?).
Showing under true name wouldn't make anything more legit. Actually there are loads of projects in different online areas build around fake credentials with long history (they cost some grands). So, names aren't so sure nowadays.
What makes it legit is that anyone that asks me for personal meeting and wishes to go on a trip (sometimes distant) has it granted. No problem in meeting me in person, just requires some real world effort.
And the approach pictured above won't change.

We certainly can not give you wrong  Grin and we are here waiting for all future updates, good work in the meantime!  Wink
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June 29, 2018, 04:52:14 PM
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👍 I thought you wanted to be left alone, and focus on internal testing. My suggestion, just ignore any comments, and keep doing what you are doing. You don’t have to prove anything to anybody.- said in kindness.
Your evangelist - global citizen, currently in west coast in USA.

Thanks for care, but I only do what I can and want to, so no worries. I find answering here both useful and entertaining. While my team could take this burden exclusively on their shoulders I can find some spare minutes to write here as well.

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July 01, 2018, 03:45:39 AM
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hey man long time.. glad your still on this. Have you read about qtesla PQ safe sig scheme? which one are you using? qtesla is lattice based aswell.

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July 01, 2018, 05:42:59 AM
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hey man long time.. glad your still on this. Have you read about qtesla PQ safe sig scheme? which one are you using? qtesla is lattice based aswell.
I use ring based one as well. Custom, but not very different. It just must take into account internal features of Bitlattice.

Side note: guys around (not only those from Darmstadt) should let poor Tesla rest in peace finally instead of giving him a post mortem job of pumping their businesses Smiley .

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July 02, 2018, 03:22:42 AM
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hey man long time.. glad your still on this. Have you read about qtesla PQ safe sig scheme? which one are you using? qtesla is lattice based aswell.
I use ring based one as well. Custom, but not very different. It just must take into account internal features of Bitlattice.

Side note: guys around (not only those from Darmstadt) should let poor Tesla rest in peace finally instead of giving him a post mortem job of pumping their businesses Smiley .
is your PQ safe? whats the signature size and verification time.compared to a p2pkh single input output tx in btc?

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July 02, 2018, 08:40:13 AM
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is your PQ safe? whats the signature size and verification time.compared to a p2pkh single input output tx in btc?
Yes, PQ safe. It was one of goals. As to comparisons with anything - they are meaningless (and with BTC probably most meaningless). Plus, I prefer having it live in small scale (which will happen soon) to give actual results. I could say it's very fast, but such declaration would be as empty as most around.

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July 02, 2018, 01:43:52 PM
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is your PQ safe? whats the signature size and verification time.compared to a p2pkh single input output tx in btc?
Yes, PQ safe. It was one of goals. As to comparisons with anything - they are meaningless (and with BTC probably most meaningless). Plus, I prefer having it live in small scale (which will happen soon) to give actual results. I could say it's very fast, but such declaration would be as empty as most around.
its a pretty big assumption... it needs to.scale atleast logirithmically. Its one of the reasons algos are discarded from.crypto because the sigs are too big or too slow to verify.. but if you see roadmaps.to optimize etc its all good safety first.

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July 02, 2018, 08:20:25 PM
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its a pretty big assumption... it needs to.scale atleast logirithmically. Its one of the reasons algos are discarded from.crypto because the sigs are too big or too slow to verify.. but if you see roadmaps.to optimize etc its all good safety first.
Which assumption? Please clarify your whole message, as it looks messy.
Regardless - it scales very well. But when it comes to comparisons - apples to apples. You asked for apples to elephants - it's meaningless. More, I don't give numbers just to give numbers. I don't have to.

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July 03, 2018, 01:07:32 AM
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its a pretty big assumption... it needs to.scale atleast logirithmically. Its one of the reasons algos are discarded from.crypto because the sigs are too big or too slow to verify.. but if you see roadmaps.to optimize etc its all good safety first.
Which assumption? Please clarify your whole message, as it looks messy.
Regardless - it scales very well. But when it comes to comparisons - apples to apples. You asked for apples to elephants - it's meaningless. More, I don't give numbers just to give numbers. I don't have to.
no worries so its going live soon.. you have a whitepaper I assume?

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July 03, 2018, 01:10:23 AM
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Hey man, any re-bounty program in near future?
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July 03, 2018, 04:32:47 AM
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no worries so its going live soon.. you have a whitepaper I assume?
I mentioned it already in this thread (few times) - WP will go together with working prototype. Please ^F next time.

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July 03, 2018, 04:33:48 AM
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Hey man, any re-bounty program in near future?
It's mentioned up there - ^F in full view will give an answer.

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July 03, 2018, 04:16:09 PM
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always keeping an eye on this project ... waiting for updates !!!  Cool Cool Cool

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July 04, 2018, 10:10:13 PM
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Keep up the good work and PM me if there is a way I can help!

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The progress of this project is very slow, and there seems to be no progress since January last year. According to this progress, the fastest waiting for 3 years
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July 16, 2018, 10:44:16 PM
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The progress of this project is very slow, and there seems to be no progress since January last year. According to this progress, the fastest waiting for 3 years

If someone ever wondered why we've chosen our deployment strategy to be independent (and thus harder and demanding) from a crowd this is why. Because we'll deliver when we'll be happy with what we have and when external circumstances will seem to be most favorable. Without a need to explain why not now, or not two days earlier.
Living in information age gives rare opportunity to meet people with extraordinary talents. Like precognition in this case. While your long term prediction is faulty when it comes to Bitlattice, I (and other readers around I believe) would love to know BTC rate in a week from now. Please share.

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July 19, 2018, 09:52:15 AM
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Please continue folks - as long as it takes to be happy before you release.

I like the approach here.

There is no rush - time is on your side....

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July 23, 2018, 11:21:16 AM
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I have a suggestion. If you are really in it for cryptocurrency and not so much for the money (which i believe you are, thats why i am presenting this idea to you), why not airdrop bitlattice 1:1 to bitcoin? Call it Bitcoin Lattice, and if it Bitcoin Lattice will takeover Bitcoin core, people will just call it bitcoin. How we can do this is by creating a bitcoin fork, than have a decentralized exchange where one can swap it for the mainchain/lattice version.


https://youtu.be/RXTw4b8N1g8?t=58m21s


Peter Schiff made a great point at 58:21: bitcoin or any cryptocurrency for that matter will never gain adoption when it has a chance of being outcompeted by other cryptocurrency, currencies require certainty. Now this problem will be solved in a mature market, cryptocurrencies are open source, if someone designs a new currency and creates a total new supply, another can copy that code and fork it from bitcoin (or do a 1:1 airdrop if the mainchain is unforkable).  People are simply going to adopt the new currency with technology X that was fairly distributed by copying bitcoins' ledger over the new cryptocurrency with technology X that had an ICO. In current hyperspeculative market a "flippening" can still occur but it wouldn't be necessary and actually make cryptocurrency as a whole unattractive for mass adoption. Bitcoin Lattice actually has a chance of taking over bitcoin instead of Bitlattice, and will right away be traded at insanely high market caps. Let me know what you think Hybrida.

Ps I'm the guy who messaged u on linkedin I think in august 2017.

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July 24, 2018, 03:29:40 AM
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I have a suggestion.

There are sometimes ideas that look simple and effective, but after closer look are neither simple, nor effective (no offence intended). But let me elaborate.
While I find some Peter Shiff remarks interesting, in general I consider his views as being fairly naive. But let's assume his stance is genuinely non-partisan (which is not) and his conclusion about cryptocurrencies and internal competition valid (even if based only on common sense and no actual hard data).

I could port Bitcoin to Bitlattice with no big effort. It poses however multiple issues that aren't of technical nature.

First of all, such attempts were made with other mechanisms. As you may have noticed, they never performed very well. This stems from a simple fact that the ecosystem Bitcoin is consists of a vast set of different groups of interest. Some commercially motivated, some gov led, some probably with even stranger motiations. I know this setup and hardly would like to dive in it. Because ultimately you end up as a tool.

Maybe not as important as the above, but such operation would involve months of pointless arguments and groups of interest pushing from all sides. Which I find neither productive nor beneficial for Bitlattice itself.

To sum all up - if presented with constructive and reasonable proposal by guys able to deal with all side shit I will certainly consider such fork or clone. Given however that such situation is unlikely to happen I doubt that I'll invest my time to make such fork concurrently with Bitlattice itself. Maybe later, as a side thing.

Ps I find you in September, unless it's different Arsène

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