New byteball user that needs a few bytes to experiment with the platform can still have plenty for transaction fees. For profit making there are probably other projects more relevant to check out. Gridcoin and BiblePay springs to mind
I was just thinking 50 byte wallets are about $1,500 and of course 100 byte wallets are $3,000 .....for people who diversify into many coins I assumed that was about average for MOST of the wallets for Byteball
Dear ADMIN, 1.- did byteball do an ICO in the past? and 2.- does BYTEBALL have a MARKETING BUDGET for 2019? and 3.-does BYTEBALL have a 2019 roadmap? please let me know i am thinking about buying bBYTEBALLS COINS thanks. 🙂🙂🙂🙂
They operate in New Zealand and are regulated under that jurisdiction. They would be charged with theft if they seized customers' funds. I have a very hard time seeing that would ever happen. The coins they lost (we still don't know if Bytes where stolen or not) where customers' coins, and therefore it might not be possible to reimburse customers for that. But coins that wasn't stolen will still be in their wallet and once they re-open, customers will have legal ownership over those coins.