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July 30, 2015, 04:45:06 PM
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The multi-addresses are live!

Bytecoin 1.0.6 updates CryptoNote and upgrades e-commerce integration

Today's release introduces an updated Bytecoin RPC Wallet for e-commerce with a new feature called aggregate multi-addresses. In short, this feature allows services to create a branch of unique addresses to easily differentiate users. This feature is a significant update of the CryptoNote protocol:

  • It effectively depreciates payment_id (a formerly indispensable part for any CryptoNote currency)
  • It facilitates web wallets operation
  • It greatly upgrades Bytecoin integration and deposits by allowing to assign each user with a unique address
  • It reduces server resources required for maintaining dozens of users' addresses
  • It increases overall privacy of Bytecoin

There is more to 1.0.6 release than just aggregate multi-addresses feature:

  • Updated IWallet and IBlockchainExplorer high level APIs
  • Traffic between the node and the wallet has been optimized providing faster synchronization


Towards easier integration

Now all you have to do to integrate Bytecoin is:

1. Install Bytecoin RPC Wallet
2. Generate users addresses for each new user (through Bytecoin RPC Wallet API)
3. Process the payments in a matter of seconds

Important note: updating your Bytecoin RPC Wallet service will not disrupt your currently established system. This update is entirely backward compatible with payment_id deposits even though payment_id will be depreciated in further releases.


Update explained

The core idea of aggregate multi-addresses can be described as 'shared half of view key', i.e. common data for all users, namely key 'a'. Keys 'b', surely, are unique for each user, which implies different 'spend keys' and different addresses.



We've explained the adjustments in CryptoNote which made this update available in our blog post on aggregate multi-addresses.


Learn more

News post explaining benefits of the update
Blog post with the detailed explanation on how it works
Bytecoin roadmap (updated)
RPC Wallet API

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us through https://bytecoin.org/contact/ for faster response.

Bytecoin BCN core team: https://bytecoin.org/
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The multi-addresses are live!


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If I know something about bytcoin devs, is that they don't rush things. You can learn how they test everything in their blog.

Keep calm, because they gonna deliver... Wink

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If I know something about bytcoin devs, is that they don't rush things. You can learn how they test everything in their blog.

Keep calm, because they gonna deliver... Wink

bla, bla, bla....


I told you so..... Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

80% premine scam with fabricated blockchain


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July 31, 2015, 04:59:24 AM
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^ Roll Eyes


Ever since realizing Bitcoin is pseudo-anonymous Ive looked for crypto-currencies that strive for anonymity since this is the true analog to cash.
Darkcoin, Shadow, Monero and many others have all crossed my radar in the past. In fact I'm pretty heavily invested in Shadow (another innovative coin) and have a few Monero. I think any investor would do wisely to hedge their bets.

To ignore Bytecoin is total madness. Their code is truly innovative, has changed crypto for the better, and is being developed rapidly. Cryptonote and bytecoin have changed the landscape of anon coins by offering the most powerful anon crypto to date and we owe them thanks, especially developers who have been inspired by or forked their code.

The cryptonote team and bytecoin team stand in solidarity and I am unswayed by the monero view of the world. I want cutting-edge crypto from the guys who brought us the very first CN currency so Im watching bytecoin. Simple as that.

One does not have to invest in bytecoin to profit from it - just ask monero. Even non-CN coins like Shadow owe much to its innovations.

Whether you believe it's a case of pearls to swine or pearls from swine they are still pearls. I applaud the bytecoin team's innovations and hold some BCN in a show of support for its important achievements past and future.

* child_harold raises a glass.


@child_harold, you can't polish a turd,

CN tech is good,

bytecoin implementation of that tech is a steaming pile of scam riddled crap

monero had a fair launch



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^ Roll Eyes


Ever since realizing Bitcoin is pseudo-anonymous Ive looked for crypto-currencies that strive for anonymity since this is the true analog to cash.
Darkcoin, Shadow, Monero and many others have all crossed my radar in the past. In fact I'm pretty heavily invested in Shadow (another innovative coin) and have a few Monero. I think any investor would do wisely to hedge their bets.

To ignore Bytecoin is total madness. Their code is truly innovative, has changed crypto for the better, and is being developed rapidly. Cryptonote and bytecoin have changed the landscape of anon coins by offering the most powerful anon crypto to date and we owe them thanks, especially developers who have been inspired by or forked their code.

The cryptonote team and bytecoin team stand in solidarity and I am unswayed by the monero view of the world. I want cutting-edge crypto from the guys who brought us the very first CN currency so Im watching bytecoin. Simple as that.

One does not have to invest in bytecoin to profit from it - just ask monero. Even non-CN coins like Shadow owe much to its innovations.

Whether you believe it's a case of pearls to swine or pearls from swine they are still pearls. I applaud the bytecoin team's innovations and hold some BCN in a show of support for its important achievements past and future.

* child_harold raises a glass.


@child_harold, you can't polish a turd,

CN tech is good,

bytecoin implementation of that tech is a steaming pile of scam riddled crap

monero had a fair launch




You unthinkingly repeat the mantra of the Church of Monero. I fear you may have been brainwashed my child. In the words of the great George Clinton, Free Your Mind...And Your Ass Will Follow

I suggest you re-read my text, assuming you read it in the first place. Whether you are prepared to admit it or not, thanks are owed to the CN and BCN team collectively for innovation and achievement. You dont have to invest in BCN to profit from its innovations, it has already changed crypto-currency forever. And development continues…


The multi-addresses are live!

Bytecoin 1.0.6 updates CryptoNote and upgrades e-commerce integration

Today's release introduces an updated Bytecoin RPC Wallet for e-commerce with a new feature called aggregate multi-addresses. In short, this feature allows services to create a branch of unique addresses to easily differentiate users. This feature is a significant update of the CryptoNote protocol:

  • It effectively depreciates payment_id (a formerly indispensable part for any CryptoNote currency)
  • It facilitates web wallets operation
  • It greatly upgrades Bytecoin integration and deposits by allowing to assign each user with a unique address
  • It reduces server resources required for maintaining dozens of users' addresses
  • It increases overall privacy of Bytecoin

There is more to 1.0.6 release than just aggregate multi-addresses feature:

  • Updated IWallet and IBlockchainExplorer high level APIs
  • Traffic between the node and the wallet has been optimized providing faster synchronization


Towards easier integration

Now all you have to do to integrate Bytecoin is:

1. Install Bytecoin RPC Wallet
2. Generate users addresses for each new user (through Bytecoin RPC Wallet API)
3. Process the payments in a matter of seconds

Important note: updating your Bytecoin RPC Wallet service will not disrupt your currently established system. This update is entirely backward compatible with payment_id deposits even though payment_id will be depreciated in further releases.


Update explained

The core idea of aggregate multi-addresses can be described as 'shared half of view key', i.e. common data for all users, namely key 'a'. Keys 'b', surely, are unique for each user, which implies different 'spend keys' and different addresses.



We've explained the adjustments in CryptoNote which made this update available in our blog post on aggregate multi-addresses.


Learn more

News post explaining benefits of the update
Blog post with the detailed explanation on how it works
Bytecoin roadmap (updated)
RPC Wallet API

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us through https://bytecoin.org/contact/ for faster response.

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July 31, 2015, 03:38:21 PM
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Can BCN be mined by any old CPU?

I do see potential here in

1. The name

2. Coin supply


Questions:

1. what does Bytecoin have that other coins dont?

2. why all the fud ?

I think bytecoin is setting it self up to be the day to day crypto we use. I mean just think logically people its human nature. Bitcoin was the first....its golden...digital gold. Litecoin is the silver to its gold. I see BCN as being pennies or the day to day crypto. Who knows how the future will pan out. Bytecoin is on the right track IMO. Very interested to see where it goes from here.
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Can BCN be mined by any old CPU?

Yes.

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1. what does Bytecoin have that other coins don't?

All of the cryptonote coins, including BCN, have a strong system for making the blockchain private along with other features (for example, no pre-defined block size limit) as discussed in the whitepaper: http://cryptonote.org/whitepaper.pdf

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2. why all the fud ?

Criticism is not FUD.

80% of the coin supply was secretly premined (i.e. mined before public release) or worse.

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Would it be possible to make a qt wallet that allows you to store both BTC and BCN in the same wallet. Seamlessly.

I believe something like this is needed in crypto. Also it would further empower BCN in my opinion as it would show the community that it is here to support BTC and I think people would start to see BTC is more like gold...it moves slower on the blockchain etc...BCN will be used as a day to day currency and people can store there digital gold (BTC) in their wallets as well. Make the most versatile wallet. Thats the future IMO and would bring value to this coin.  


You gotta think about the long run here guys. Your mom your dad using this stuff etc....i dunno. It may not even be possible im just thinking...


Lets get this listed on more exchanges ...


https://support.btc-e.com/

if peer coin is listed on BTC-E we can get Bytecoin listed. ..its a better coin IMO
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I warned you about spilling your unsubstantiated BS in this thread. WTF is your problem you complete and utter loser? Go back to Monero where they need you now…




Can BCN be mined by any old CPU?

Yes.

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1. what does Bytecoin have that other coins don't?

All of the cryptonote coins, including BCN, have a strong system for making the blockchain private along with other features (for example, no pre-defined block size limit) as discussed in the whitepaper: http://cryptonote.org/whitepaper.pdf

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2. why all the fud ?

Criticism is not FUD.

80% of the coin supply was secretly premined (i.e. mined before public release) or worse.



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July 31, 2015, 10:44:02 PM
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I warned you about spilling your unsubstantiated BS in this thread. WTF is your problem?

I don't have a problem, what's yours.

Your "warnings" are out of line and ignored.

Also, there was nothing unsubstantiated there at all. Read it more carefully.
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I warned you about spilling your unsubstantiated BS in this thread. WTF is your problem?

I don't have a problem, what's yours.

Your "warnings" are out of line and ignored.

Also, there was nothing unsubstantiated there at all. Read it more carefully.

You're a broken record kid.

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July 31, 2015, 11:05:59 PM
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Can we all just be productive? Harold relax youre out of line. He has every right to be critical. He was not spreading BS at all.

Explain this premain scam issue as ive heard more ppl than just him say something about it





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July 31, 2015, 11:11:37 PM
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Can we all just be productive? Harold relax youre out of line. He has every right to be critical. He was not spreading BS at all.

Explain this premain scam issue as ive heard more ppl than just him say something about it

Let's leave "scam" out of it for now, as that's a loaded word

The coin was made public Q1 2014, one day before the start date of this thread (2014-04-12). The first post referencing it is here (where someone, who happens to be listed as a BCN developer, allegedly accidentally stumbled across it while trying to mine a dead coin with the same name):

"here" is the link to https://bytecoin.org/ (is that official bytecoin site? pretty cool). But binaries for windows from bytecoin.org are not working!

By that time it was already approximately 82% mined.

This is 100% factual.

If you want to read more opinions and analysis of what may have happened leading up to that point, there are ample resources on this thread and elsewhere.


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July 31, 2015, 11:24:31 PM
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There is already one bytecoin; even listed on exchanges.

People are running out of names ....

Dude, did you even read the topic? Everybody knows there is "already" one bytecoin.
The question is why there is another bytecoin that was the bytecoin since 2012 and nobody knew about it. Even if it's so cool as it's said in their docs: true anonymity and so on.

BTW, DStrange, do you have a contact with developers?

This man was completely ignored. Very strange things surrounding BCN indeed. What was the other BCN....how does this Dstrange guy have "contact" with this dev? He never says anything regarding this....also the BCN website never said anything about PACIFIC whatever until recently right?


Who is this pacific skyline ? hes never once mentioned ....


DStrange why havent you bothered to clear any of this stuff up yet?
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July 31, 2015, 11:30:07 PM
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@smooth - Blazin8888 is a known dick. And so are you if you persist in your church of monero crap. blazin (one last chance) - the cryptonote team and bcn team are in agreement. thtas all im gonna say for now… friday night… i have guests… Tongue

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July 31, 2015, 11:37:37 PM
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What was the other BCN

There was no other BCN, it was Bytecoin, but the symbol was BCE (thread link above), and it was abandoned and dead before DStrange was allegedly trying out of the blue to mine it and allegedly stumbled across the new cryptonote Bytecoin BCN.

I don't know the answers to your other questions.
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July 31, 2015, 11:52:29 PM
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What was the other BCN

There was no other BCN, it was Bytecoin, but the symbol was BCE (thread link above), and it was abandoned and dead before DStrange was allegedly trying out of the blue to mine it and allegedly stumbled across the new cryptonote Bytecoin BCN.

I don't know the answers to your other questions.



Interesting. Ok so theoretically speaking is it possible Dstrange is telling the truth and stumbled upon BCN...how does he then know the devs and get appointed as PR man? For all we know this is all some fairy tail.

How do we know the entire team is not one guy or just a huge story?
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July 31, 2015, 11:53:44 PM
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What was the other BCN

There was no other BCN, it was Bytecoin, but the symbol was BCE (thread link above), and it was abandoned and dead before DStrange was allegedly trying out of the blue to mine it and allegedly stumbled across the new cryptonote Bytecoin BCN.

I don't know the answers to your other questions.



Interesting. Ok so theoretically speaking is it possible Dstrange is telling the truth and stumbled upon BCN...how does he then know the devs and get appointed as PR man? For all we know this is all some fairy tail.

Being in the right place at the right time. They must have really liked him to give him that job in an otherwise closed group as a stranger. Lucky guy.

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How do we know the entire team is not one guy or just a huge story?

I don't have an answer to that.
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@smooth - Blazin8888 is a known dick. And so are you if you persist in your church of monero crap. blazin (one last chance) - the cryptonote team and bcn team are in agreement. thtas all im gonna say for now… friday night… i have guests… Tongue

I thought you were an interested bystander searching for the truth? have you had actual contact with either the CN or BCN teams? What makes you so sure "the cryptonote team and bcn team are in agreement"?

I know from my time around scientists, artists, entertainers etc that the creators, or 'doers', are so busy 'doing' that they often end up being manipulated by other parties. I think it's possible the people who invented the actual cryptography behind CN & bytecoin were at arms length from the premine scam in some way. It's possible, but I don't know.

@harold, What do you know for a fact about the connection between CN & BCN?

I have no doubt the tech is superb. I have no doubt the BCN backstory (or lack of) makes it a terrible investment, especially when XMR is over 12 months old, 100% transaparent, can use all the open source tech anyway, and has things like cryptokingdom to help spread adoption
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