You can try it out yourself, actually. If you have a wallet with only 1 incoming utxo you can try to send two transactions from it without having to wait for the first transaction's return funds to become stable.
You need only a full backup for safe smart contracts and private assets (like blackbytes).If you receive only bytes you dont need all time a backup 😉 you can try this with a small amount.Attention!If you make a backup and after you generate a new address and receive to this address bytes, you must after restore generate this new address again.sorry for my english 🤡
There's basically nothing more to it, then 😊As Peter says, as long as the witness posts transactions at a regular interval, that the full nodes of the network can use as a sort of "beacon" to determine a transactions position on the main chain, you are pretty much all set and ready to go.
guys, a developer from China develops a web version wallet for Byteball (https://wallet.byteballtalk.com ), it is ready for tryout now, you can use it to create Byteball wallet, backup via keystore and mnemonic, receive bytes and send bytes, check status throuth Byteball explorer, welcome to try and appreciate feedback, for more detail you can read this post at our reddit channel: https://www.reddit.com/r/ByteBall/comments/ae58b4/new_byteball_web_wallet_released_by_community/
If people have suggestions for new distribution methods, please dont be shy. It should have wide reach, include some kind of mechanism to prevent a single user from claiming the distribution more than once and generally address a community or group that is relevant and can potentially contribute to the overall ecosystem.
Maybe break the draw down into 2 tiers of holders .......holders of 50 or more bytes in one draw and smaller holders less than 50 bytes in another draw? This makes it fairer for both the large and small holder 👌🏼
That's the worst copy/paste answer. Firstly, Byteball cannot see which details were provided, only if the verification resulted in success or rejection. Secondly, we cannot affect which types of ID their systems are able to verify.
Right now, they have frozen all wallets which is definitely in everyone's best interest. We can only wait and see what happens. But right now, neither Cryptopia nor the New Zealand police and cyber crime unit has made any announcements about what exactly has been stolen.