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Author Topic: [BBR] Boolberry: Privacy and Security - Guaranteed Since 2014  (Read 1173635 times)
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October 15, 2017, 12:50:07 AM
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thanks for keeping bbr going... you and all the guys here that are still pitching in.

I have a few on bittrex (and more locked on poloniex)  is it essential to withdraw to my own wallet to be in on the swap or can I move them to bisq.io and they will be auto swapped on there?

also i never heard of bisq.io before are they safe?

I would have thought nova would have added us for free considering the volume the sole bbr exchange could generate and their exchange isnt too bad at all.





Yw and thanks for supporting the project all these years!

Yes, you should definitely move your funds from Bittrex and Poloniex into a local wallet. If they decide to delete your coins by removing the wallet then you'll be hard pressed to find a solution to recover them.

bisq.io is about as safe as its going to get since its a decentralized exchange.

I don't know much about nova's listing policies but the guys from stocks.exchange are adding a BBR pair soon. It should be online within the next few days.

Thanks for info Smiley

If you can keep us informed of your progress with Bittrex withdrawal. A few people in the community were on vacation when delisting happened and haven't seen a response from Bittrex (ticket was opened 3 weeks ago) about withdrawing their BBR.

this is worrying hope they are not pulling a polo... i'm going to try and sync up a local wallet and remove asap.

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October 15, 2017, 11:48:02 AM
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Am i able to purchase BBR from Bisq.io? If not is there any other way to currently purchase some? Thanks.
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October 15, 2017, 12:08:06 PM
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Am i able to purchase BBR from Bisq.io? If not is there any other way to currently purchase some? Thanks.
sell 540 bbr 0.00017btc per coin
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October 15, 2017, 05:11:09 PM
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Я мoгy пpoдaть ббp 5000 мoнeт. Пo кaкoй цeнe вoзьмeтe?
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October 15, 2017, 05:15:18 PM
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Everyone offering Boolberry are new accounts. Sorry i would only be interested in purchasing via escrow or through an exchange if they will be available soon.
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October 15, 2017, 06:03:56 PM
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Im buying all the coins you want to sell at 2k sats, will be thru escrow...
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October 15, 2017, 06:06:03 PM
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Я мoгy пpoдaть ббp 5000 мoнeт. Пo кaкoй цeнe вoзьмeтe?

Я мoгy кyпить вaш 5000 bbr зa 0.1 BTC (2 тыc. Caт)
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October 15, 2017, 09:27:14 PM
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So, what do you want to do?

All of the aliased addresses on Boolberry's chain will be gone, do you want to import that feature? It has kind of half baked tying an alias to a block.

Do you want to import the dev tax?

The peculiarities around Boolberry's scaling "solution"?

or just relaunch a new cryptonote fork and do the swap, and [1]start developing more from there

There are still bunches of things a cryptonote coin can do that others are not doing, to make it stand out

I've laid out above what we're doing.. A cryptonote 2.0 codebase with all of Boolberry's features)) Make no mistake, the new codebase isn't just another Cryptonote fork. Our improvements are beyond anything happening in this space right now and we will be relaunching the project with these features. So I'm not quite sure what you mean by "start development after the swap" because we're already well on our way. Maybe you can clarify this statement?

W.r.t BBR's aliasing, it's great and we've already imported that system into the codebase, in addition to domain aliasing. The former has benefits since its hardcoded, it doesn't have an attack vector like DNS leak has with domain aliasing. Nonetheless, we've also integrated domain aliasing to please both arguments. The community is small enough right now that if aliases are lost during the swap they should be able to remake them afterwards without conflicts. As stated, we still need to iron out the details w.r.t swap and we might be able to salvage them. We have a dev that is working specifically on the swap details. As the plan matures we'll let everyone know how we are going to proceed along with the pros and cons.

The 1% mining tax has proven to be ineffective in sustaining ongoing development. We should be able to establish enough funds for ongoing development when we proceed with the swap. If the community is open to an ongoing dev tax on top of that then that would be up to everyone here. My main goal moving forward with funding is to make sure this project never gets put into the situation it was in before i.e. lack of development, funding, mismanagement of funds etc.

Boolberry's pruning solution makes sense. We have the team in place to review proposals and provide concrete feedback. If someone can propose a better solution than we'll look into it.

We have a very clear vision of where we are going with this and rockstar team to get us there. I'm 100% confident this project will reestablish its position as the benchmark CN project. As stated, in the future we will do a full project reveal to highlight what we're doing along with respective white papers to support our claims.
How do you remake the aliases after a swap?  The aliases were gained from mining blocks.  I have about fifty aliases.  How do I get those back after a swap?
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How do you remake the aliases after a swap?  The aliases were gained from mining blocks.  I have about fifty aliases.  How do I get those back after a swap?

Hi oldcoinguru. I should of been more clear there. If we end up swapping to a new chain, users would need to remake their aliases from mining. At the moment there are approx. 530 aliases.

http://mining.blue/munin/BoolBerryStats/BoolBerryStats/aliases.html

Something might be able to be done with the genesis block preserving aliasing but we'll have to do some research into this area. If I remember correctly, zoidberg reserved his on the BBR genesis block. I'll update everyone when we make progress on this front.
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October 16, 2017, 01:11:15 AM
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Interesting that it is still around and semi-active. Has anyone been able to withdraw from poloniex this year since the delisting? I have 100,000 something XBB left there. Edit: Wow it isn't even listed in balances any more.
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October 16, 2017, 02:47:48 AM
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Interesting that it is still around and semi-active. Has anyone been able to withdraw from poloniex this year since the delisting? I have 100,000 something XBB left there. Edit: Wow it isn't even listed in balances any more.

A few in the community were able to withdraw from them. The last withdrawal I know about in the community was a couple of months ago after waiting 3 months for support response. Try opening up a ticket and posting on their bitcointalk thread.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=420836.0
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October 16, 2017, 03:19:42 AM
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Interesting that it is still around and semi-active. Has anyone been able to withdraw from poloniex this year since the delisting? I have 100,000 something XBB left there. Edit: Wow it isn't even listed in balances any more.
its not listed in balance because its either 'pending' or 'awaiting response' (check to see if the bbr balance is reserved in 'history').
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October 16, 2017, 07:12:39 PM
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I know a couple of new adjustments have been made lately...

Is the latest bbr windows wallet the link on the bbr website?

I am going to try again to get polo to release my tokens but this time I can't use the bittrex wallet address so I need to get a wallet running on my local machine.

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October 18, 2017, 11:50:35 PM
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[Wanted to Buy] I'd like to get some BoolBerry,  I will use escrow of course.   PM me your offer.  Thank you!
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October 19, 2017, 08:59:20 AM
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where i can find a working BBR wallet or/and an exchange ? Thanks
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October 19, 2017, 09:15:52 AM
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where i can find a working BBR wallet or/and an exchange ? Thanks
No offical exchange at this times, You can add node to wallet!
It can sync your wallet!
Thanks
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October 19, 2017, 03:32:37 PM
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im glad to see people are still behind bbr,

Ive been informed the dreaded ram issue is coming in a upcoming release... so i have reopened my pool!


Join us at http://bbr.hash.group     @ 0.5% pool fee ( the lowest around ) Smiley

Block explorer is coming as well, and daemon has been updated to newest source for transaction verification.




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October 19, 2017, 04:22:25 PM
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Where is the BBR exchange, please.
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October 19, 2017, 04:56:21 PM
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Nowhere. Maybe you should go and make one?
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October 19, 2017, 11:34:05 PM
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Just a friendly reminder that im willing to by some BBR if you got some to sell...

Waiting for you!
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