|App||Source Image||Method for Darkening|
|Books||From Apple's official reference image 'Open In' button (for those websites with the button that says 'Open In Apple Books'), which stores the logos of Apple's apps in SVGs, to look good at any resolution. This will be referred to as Open In.||I changed the background to be pure black, and nothing else. This will be referred to as the Books Trick.|
|Music||Open In.||Changed the background to black (Music Trick).|
|News||Open In.||Music Trick.|
|Apple TV||Open In.||Changed background to pure black instead of dark grey.|
|iMessages||From a Wikimedia Commons PNG image.||I retraced it using shapes in Affinity Photo, and used the Books trick. The ellipse is good. The arm may be off slightly, but I don't think it's crucial. Using the Books Trick represents the colour of messages within the apps better. I also made a blue one, but the contrast isn't as good.|
|iTunes||Open In.||I made two. Either keep the star as it is or use the Books Trick. (Also, on request of u/kindredcashew98, made one with a gradient background and non-gradient interior.)|
|Notes||An Apple webpage with many app icons as PNGs.||Reconstructed manually. Inverted the paper, lines and dots. Then doubled the brightness of lines and dots, because inverting them apparently made them harder to see..|
|Podcasts||Open In.||Books Trick.|
|Wikipedia||The 'W' in the SVG version of the Wikipedia logo.||I couldn't find the official app icon, so I made my own. It's slightly larger than the W in the official app, because when choosing the size I decided that if you measured the total width of the W divided by the width of the icon, and assumed that the height was the same as the width, it would be exactly three quarters of the size. I don't know what I was thinking, but the end result is clearer and, dare I say it, nicer than the official icon (which doesn't even use the same font as the original logo), so I put a light mode one in as well.|
|Safari||Wikimedia Commons, which only had the macOS icon.||Recentered and recoloured to match the iOS colour gradient (lighter going up to the top, instead of into the centre). The blue in the compass may, therefore, be slightly off, but I don't think it matters. The background is black, as are the markers around the edge of the compass. There's also one with the previously white south pointer being black, in case you want even less whiteness. There are Dark Mode versions of the macOS Safari icons (including the Technology Preview), but for those you need to go into 'Get Info' and replace the icon in the top-left corner of the pop-up, but that changes it throughout the system (and with no loss, because it's converted to a .icns sourced from a 10242 .png sourced from a .svg).|
|App Store||Wikimedia Commons.||Books Trick. This does, however, make it look like the App Store Connect icon, but I didn't want to change it to make everything inconsistent, so I made the App Store Connect as well, in black-on-blue.|
|Wikimedia Commons.||Books Trick.|
|Maps.||Wikimedia Commons.||I recoloured all of the different parts to match what it looks like inside Maps with Dark Mode in iOS 13.|
|FaceTime||Wikimedia Commons.||Books Trick. It's not based on the latest version of the icon, which I couldn't find, so if you can't bear looking at a less rounded video recorder outline with a lens and a button, you've been warned.|
|Numbers||Wikimedia Commons.||Books Trick.|
|Camera||I got this icon via what I think is a piracy website, so I'm not sharing it, but I think Apple would be okay with users editting app icons and giving credit to Apple for creating the original ones.||I made the camera light-grey for more contrast with the black background, but then the bright yellow flash had less contrast, so I made it dark yellow.|
|Photos||Piracy.||I made a simple formula for each primary colour that removes the white tint and adds a black tint (assuming each colour blob is 50% opacity). I think it looks too transparent, but is definitely an improvement.|
|Stocks||Piracy.||I made the background black instead of dark grey. It seems to be the older icon, though, where the bars are slightly more stretched horizontally. Does anyone have a newer icon?|
|Settings||Piracy.||Changed the background to black, removed the case around the outside and kept the gears as they were (with the small one apparently darker, which it isn't for me on the iOS 13 beta). This one looks extremely nice.|
|Weather||Piracy.||I kept the transparency of the sun and cloud, but changed the background to pure black. I know u/Wilson_Boi_101's post had more creative icons, but this saves more battery life on OLED displays, as well as reducing eye strain and making it look clearer and less noisy.|
|Wallet||Piracy.||Changed the background to pure black and inverted and doubled the brightness of the wallet case to make it dark grey, but still standing out.|
|Reminders||Piracy (iOS 12 icon)||I reconstructed the iOS 13 icon from this and a screenshot from my beta iPhone, and inverted the colours of the lines and made the background black.|
|Pushover||Their website, but then below it, they said that you're not allowed to modify it. I hope they don't sue me, and instead see that I'm giving them free publicity and more user engagement.||Books Trick.|
|Google Earth||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Trick.|
|TestFlight||A low-quality 1282 PNG. Does anyone have an SVG?||I badly reconstructed it, but it's difficult to tell from the size in the Home Screen.|
|Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access, Teams and Skype.||Wikimedia Commons.||I got the desktop icons, because the mobile ones are just those inside big, white app-boxes. I reconstructed these white boxes, but black. I didn't know the exact proportions, so I used 3/4ths of the width and height of the box. It looks very nice, like everything else.|
|Contacts||Screenshot from iOS 13 iPhone.||I reconstructed this one very well, I think. The only difference is that the top-right tab and the big bit on the left are now inverted colours, but the shadows on them still exist. There's also a Pure Black Dark Mode, for those of you who are secretly Craig Federighi and would like a Black Celebration.|
|Wikimedia Commons.||Music Trick.|
|Opera||Their Website.||Unfortunately, the only vector format provided was an EPS, which is this crazy format that Affinity Photo turns to greyscale. So, you can have your Dark Mode Opera icon, if you're okay with it being greyscale.|
|Assembly Line (AssemblyLineGame)||The low-quality, intensely antialiased image on the Google Play Store.||I remade the icon perfectly, to the last pixel, using Affinity Photo Rectangles. It's apparently an odd number of pixels wide, so I centred it by upscaling the image to four times the size, then shifting it one pixel. I also provided the original icon, as well as using the Music Trick. Ironically, it's 2KB, 1/16th of the 32KB of the antialiased one. I don't know how many people still have the app after it was taken off the App Store, but you Android users could probably make a skin with this.|
|Google, it's Authenticator and Translate||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method. The 'G' is now larger, according to my 75% width model, the Authenticator icon is approximately the same, and Translate, being close to a square, is much larger, almost touching the edges. Translate's light-grey paper is now dark-grey.|
|Adblock Plus||Their Press Kit.||Books Method, icon seems approximately the same size.|
|1Password||Their Press Kit.||Inverted everything uncoloured. I only got the round icon, though, not the app's icon, so the background is pure black until they reply to my eMail, then I'll make another one.|
|MiniWiki||The Wikipedia icon, but with the app's blue.||Books Method. It's now the official Wikipedia font, instead of the font before, which was like the Wikipedia one but more boring, with three arms instead of four.|
|Audible||Wikimedia Commons.||I used the Books method, but couldn't find the gradient they used in their app icon, so I used their SVG logo.|
|Crystal Adblocker||A screenshot of the icon, then remaking it in Affinity Photo.||The colour is from Mail, it's a perfect square with two right-angled triangles above and below it, so that the square takes half of the height.|
|SleepWatch||My genius intellect.||It's a perfect white moon on a black background. And it's now a realistic crescent instead of an eclipse.|
|Slack||Their Press Kit and a nice eMail conversation with a representative.||They have a logo sourced from a 1515 grid and one sourced from 1919. I made these in Affinity Photo and made icons from those.|
|VLC||Their very detailed desktop logo.||I reduced it to a silhouette and added an outline.|
|Remote||A screenshot of the iOS icon.||I made an SVG based on the screenshot, recoloured it and scaled it up.|
|Calculator||Looking at the iOS icon.||It turns out you can make it from the Remote icon extremely easily.|
|WatchPlayer||Looking at the iOS icon.||It's slightly thicker than the actual icon, but I like it. It's got bigger breaks in the circle, as well as a rounded, hollow play button.|
|Files||An Apple PNG of the iOS icon.||I reconstructed it. It isn't quite perfect, and uses a distorted rounded square instead of whatever Apple did to get the smooth gradient to diagonal and back for the tab at the top of the folder, but other than that, it's pretty much an exact copy. The paper's still white, being paper, but the white background was the thing that burnt our eyes.|
|Shazam||Their logo on Wikimedia Commons.||I removed the text and made the background and white 'S' thing black.|
|Google Home, OneDrive, Dropbox||Their logo on Wikimedia Commons.||Music Trick.|
|Find My||A screenshot of the app icon.||Music Trick, but also reconstructing it (probably very lossfully), making the white outline to the blue thing black and making a second sonar radius line around the outside to increase the contrast against the black background.|
|RadioPlayer, Life Cycle||Screenshots of their icons.||I reconstructed them and used the Books Trick for both of them.|
|IMDb||Wikimedia Commons||Books Trick.|
|YouTube||Wikimedia Commons||Books Trick for the outside, then I made one with a black and a white play button inside, depending on how much of a black celebration you'd like to have. (We've gotten to the point where the only people still reading understand that Craig Federighi reference.)|
|Tube Map - London Underground||The icon in the web App Store.||I changed all white to black and vice versa, but also reconstructed it. LONDON.|
|Santander||Their website.||I hope to expand to all banks, but this is a good place to start. Books Trick.|
|EE||Wikimedia Commons.||I hope to expand to all cellular apps, but this is a good place to start. Music Trick.|
|Google Calendar||Wikimedia Commons.||Music method, but blackened the holes in the top and changed the text so it still has some greyness at the bottom to show the brightness, but at the top, it's completely black.|
|Google Keep||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method, also made the lightbulb black.|
|Google Maps||Wikimedia Commons.||I apologise if it's not exact, I reconstructed it from a non-iOS shaped one. (Maps apps always try to show off, and accidentally make them difficult to reconstruct when they get them wrong.) I made the grass and tarmac darker and changed all white parts to black.|
|Wikimedia Commons.||Sorry for making the app for normies, please blame u/Bricknight for the idea. Fortunately, Affinity Photo lets you scale gradients' areas of effect without scaling their internal gradient colours via the Node tool, so I didn't get any distortion in the internal colours, I just extended it to have square corners (because iOS icon shapes vary per-device, and this makes it easier). I highly encourage you to look at the top-left corner, because it's much bluer than you'd think. Anyway, you can either use the regular icon with white switched for black, or the better, more AMOLED-power-saving one, with colour where the white outline would be and blackness where the colour would be. Affinity Photo's Subtract tool is very nice for things like this.|
|Facebook and Facebook Messenger||Wikimedia Commons.||Sorry for making the app for normie boomers, blame u/Bricknight again. For Facebook Messenger, I changed all white to black, for Facebook, I used the Android icon (because Wikimedia Commons didn't have the iOS one), extended the bottom from the previous peasant circle (which is an off-brand iOS squircle, just like Android is an off-brand iOS), removed the exterior (which is a useless solid-fill) and copied over the Facebook Messenger gradient.|
|Roku||Wikimedia Commons.||Made background black, multiplied brightness by 1.5.|
|Target||Wikimedia Commons.||Made background and interior ring black. Respect to whoever had the brilliant idea and mad skills to make the icon an SVG doughnut with a red outline of the exact correct thickness instead of making three concentric doughnuts.|
|Amazon||Wikimedia Commons.||I couldn't find the app's icon, so I used their logo and put the 'a' above the arrow thing. I couldn't find an SVG of the shopping cart, but that's okay, because it's probably subliminal messaging to make you shop more at Amazon, and the 'a' might be too small, but that's okay, because the original size ratio was probably subliminal messaging to not question Jeff Bezos' participation in the Illuminati.|
|Sprint||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method.|
|Snapchat||Wikimedia Commons.||Remember when Snapchat made their icon's outline thicker, and then everyone got upset, because it made the logo more ugly? Well, you can be less upset because I changed the outline to be more of the ghost and the background to be black. But I disapprove of Snapchat, because it seems to be for vain, generic white girls to post and message photos of themselves with cringey effects, delete messages to hide evidence and get spoon-fed misandrist garbage that barely passes as news.|
|ESPN||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method. (Also, some of your ESPN subscription goes towards maintaining Disney's monopoly*, and betting on sports is a bad idea. Here are some free alternatives which are more intellectual than watching people playing sports.)|
|Google Chrome||Wikimedia Commons.||It wouldn't load properly in Affinity Photo (with a square appearing around it), so I used my massive intellect to subtract a circle from a rectangle to make it look like it loaded properly. Music Method, but then I also made an alternative one where I inverted the central small circle to make it dark grey.|
|PayPal||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method. I made the central part the sum of the two P's, then scaled it down to fit in our puny human spectrum. It's pretty realistic, though, and looks like the P's are transparent. No longer shall we have huge swaths of whiteness in our home screens when trying to access online payment, what an age we live in.|
|Twitch||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method, I couldn't find the speech bubble, so I changed it to the 'T' in 'Twitch'. There's a white-filled and black-filled 'T'.|
|Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method. White-and-black-filled 'P's.|
|The Weather Channel||Wikimedia Commons.||Made text blue and background black.|
|BBC iPlayer||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method. (It was already pretty dark, but there was an ugly gradient, so it's now pure black.) It's slightly different, because I used the logo with 'BBC' and 'iPlayer' horizontally across from each other, but I made them both centre-aligned and moved 'iPlayer' down so that it's the same distance from the squares as they are from each other, then made it 75% of the total width. This seemed to work very well, but it's slightly bigger, especially 'BBC'.|
|App in the Air||App Store.||Music Method. (The background wasn't quite black enough before.) Also, I deducted the background colour from the lines.|
|Pages & Keynote||Some Apple.com webpage.||Reconstructed by hand. The circles may be slightly off, from upscaling and overlapping while antialiasing, but it's extremely subtle and you're not going to notice it in a tiny little icon.|
|Firefox & Firefox Focus||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method. Also made one with the Earth dimmed (to make it look like it's night), but that one doesn't look as good as I thought. Firefox Focus also had this crazy file format that made Affinity Photo decide to remove the shading on the fox and turn it into a completely white monster that engulfs the Earth, burning humanity's eyeballs. 2019 update as well, for regular Firefox.|
|Brave, Microsoft Edge||Wikimedia Commons.||Music Method.|
|BBC Sounds||Their website, but I used a Firefox extension instead of the built-in Safari Resources Viewer, which doesn't get HTML tracings.||Music Method.|
|Spotify||Wikimedia Commons.||It already has a black background (as far as I can see, I haven't checked), so I made the green circle the largest that could possibly fit into the square, then made it black and made the three bars green.|
|Compass and Measure||Their App Store pages.||The backgrounds were dark-grey instead of black, so I reconstructed them and then made the backgrounds black, decreasing all other colours by to keep the contrast as it was. The Measure app's spacing may not be perfect, but it's probably more accurate than a human eye can see, and for the Compass. I couldn't find out how to make a rounded triangle, so I used a regular one. It approximately fits what it should have been, but I couldn't get it to exactly fit, so I put it upright and on top of the app's square and then rotated it 45º around the square's centre.|
|TypeWise (TypeWise.app)||e-Mailing the developers (I don't think I'm allowed to share it here, but it's probably okay with them, since my defacing of their icon is free publicity.||Made background pure black instead of white, and made a 'darker' version which does the same to the text.|
|Telegram||Wikimedia Commons.||It's now the paper-aeroplane upscaled and against a black background.|
|Khan Academy||Wikimedia Commons.svg).||Music Trick, made the flower-book-man optionally black.|
|YouTube Studio||Their App Store page, then reconstructing it in Affinity Photo.||Music Trick, made the Play button optionally black. I used an Affinity Photo gear, which isn't quite the same. I got it extremely close, and centered it. The only difference you can see is that the outer and inner parts are now rounded, as opposed to straight lines. However, it's a tiny app icon, and is a small price to pay for salvation.|
|GarageBand||The App Store page, then reconstructing it in Affinity Photo.||Books Trick.|
|Fantastical||The App Store page, then reconstructing it in Affinity Photo.|
|Things 3||The App Store page, then reconstructing it in Affinity Photo.|
|Music Bot||Apple Music icon.||Inverted.|
|Best Brokers||Their App Store page, then reconstructing it in Affinity Photo.||Made suit completely black, halved brightness of shirt, kept tie the same.|
|App Store Updates||Found the Save icon in SF Symbols, which is like the Updates one but not filled.||I put it at 3/4ths of the icon height, then gave it the same gradient as the App Store. I would make this for all App Store sections, but this is the only one we use on a regular basis, and this lets you skip the advertising on the 'Today' page.|
BitTube is a peer-to-peer, decentralized, censorship-free video sharing and live streaming platform based on IPFS and blockchain technology. Unlike Youtube, BitTube is ad-free. Creators and viewers earn TUBE, a Cryptonote private cryptocurrency, based on the Airtime model (watch time), premium subscriptions, video-on-demand, tips and donations, and much more.ABOUT BITTUBE:
Ad-free and always monetized.
With the built-in YouTube Connector, creators can import their entire catalog over to BitTube in one click. Many upcoming developments will make BitTube a highly competitive platform for video content monetization compared to platforms like YouTube and current alternatives.
Proof-of-Work blockchain: a private cryptocurrency network secured by professional miners. BitTube coin (TUBE) is a private cryptocurrency based on the CN Saber Proof-of-Work algorithm. Professional miners secure the blockchain network, earning them block rewards that serve as the lifeblood of the entire ecosystem. A fixed share of the block reward is allocated for Airtime payouts. Learn more about mining in our Ultimate Mining Guide.
Airtime: Creators and viewers earn TUBE based on watch time. A 30% share of the block reward is reserved for the Airtime revenue model, hereby realizing an ad-free mechanism for users to earn with their content and attention. As content is consumed, payouts are distributed to creators and viewers based on watch time (‘airtime’), proportional to the platform-wide grand total airtime per block. Learn more about the Airtime model here.
Fully integrated payment system. All profiles on BitTube come with automatically generated wallet addresses, even those embedded from other platforms. Users will be able to buy and sell TUBEs against fiat currency directly on the platform, bypassing the need to register on third party exchanges and significantly lowering the threshold for mainstream adoption.
Products and services that will drive demand. Many products and services are being developed to boost the demand for TUBE. These include, but are not limited to: Premium Subscriptions, Video-on-Demand, Donations and tipping, Self-promotion, Channel Stay, Content Protection (encryption), Pro membership, BitTube Debit Mastercard (requires staking of 5000 TUBEs), Governance (stake TUBEs to become a moderator), Community marketplace (offer services and merchandise), Product Placement marketplace, etc.
AI-based copyright review and community-driven governance. Uploads are scanned by AI using ContentID and potential violations are tagged for review. To ensure censorship resistance, content curation, copyright infringement cases and moderation will be handled in a decentralized system that gives control to the community and reinforces fair use. In this way, malicious copyright strikes cannot be weaponized. The system will incentivize participants to play by the rules based on rewards and penalties.
- First read Before and After Airtime: how much will creators and viewers earn on BitTube?.
- Creators and viewers earn by accruing Airtime.
- The Airtime explorer shows the top earners.
- Search your username in the explorer to check on your (un)confirmed earnings.
- Payouts are 7 days (rolling window) after confirmed/recorded airtime (community decision).
- Discuss here.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Note: TUBE used to be IPBC. Source.
- TUBE is a privacy coin like Monero, not a token.
- No ICO, no pre-mine. No airdrops. No problems with the SEC.
- Current supply
- Supply curve: https://i.imgur.com/GeqTwvj.png
- Current reward (total)
- Block rewards plot: https://i.imgur.com/Fz5DPKE.png
- Max supply: 1 Billion by 2050
- Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus algorithm:
- CN Saber (Heavy derivative, 4MB scratchpad, optimized)
- PoW for miners + PoV (Proof-of-Verification) for viewers
- Block time: 120 seconds
- Difficulty adjusts with each block
- Mining pools: https://miningpoolstats.stream/bittube
- WhereToMine: https://www.wheretomine.io/coins/bittube.html
- Remote node for GUI wallet: seed3.bit.tube:24182
Current exchanges are Bittrex, UPbit, TradeOgre, Livecoin and Altex. See sidebar.
Yes. The team is working on that. It takes time to set up a custodian account for every major currency. As a stopgap there will be a way to buy TUBE directly via PayPal through digital BitTube giftcards (all automated), which almost everyone has and is supported all around the world. Secondly, we are trying to get listed on Litebit.eu, now that we are on Bittrex. Litebit supports direct wire transfer for most eurozone countries through iDeal and SOFORT. Expect these developments later in Q3.GENERAL QUESTIONS & CRITICISMS:
See the roadmap and related blog post. To summarize:
- Video-on-demand: content behind a paywall (rental/lifetime)
- Premium subscriptions: channels behind paywall
- Self-promotion: pay to put your content in the spotlight, keep viewers on your channel, etc.
- Tipping and donation services (one-time, recurring, tiered (think Patreon), stream superchats, etc.)
- Buy merchandise directly from the creator (not officially on roadmap yet)
- Don't take tipping and premium subs (and other products like self-promotion, VoD) lightly. In the end those are two categories (voluntary donation and paywall content) that exist on any platform. With the BitTube economy it's possible to integrate all the things into one place. Lets think about streamers: they make lots of money with subs (voluntary) and donations/superchats (also voluntary). These systems are gamified for the viewer so that they compete for attention from the streamer and end up spending ridiculous amounts of money. The implementation is key.
- Crowdfunding and Patreon. A lot of creators make their money to support themselves through Patreon now. YouTube ads aren't enough anymore. With Patreon, creators can set tiers so if you donate some amount more, you receive perks, Q&A sessions with the creator, etc. If the creators offer premium content, they could unlock that for donors. And within BitTube, you could for example tie this system in with other donations easily so every payment adds up to pass a certain tier. Additionally, crowdfunding (like kickstarter) directly on BitTube would be an interesting tool for users to invest in the content they'd like to see.
- Then there is the possibility of adding merch (t-shirts, hoodies, etc) and paying directly with TUBE. Without a third party payment processor that would be extremely convenient for the creator and the users alike.
- Basically, think of every source of revenue streamers and creators have and you can all easily tie them into one ecosystem.
- As for premium subscriptions: The team is talking with many parties (currently smaller tier) to test premium content with. There is no reason Netflix-like providers wouldn't want to join. People still need to pay and these providers will have zero backend cost. It won't cost a provider anything if no one ends up paying for their content. It's an easy sell.
- Games and apps. There is a plan to open-source the online wallet for anyone to build apps on TUBE. BitTube will be focusing on apps/games that add value to the platform directly, such as sports betting on (e)sports streams, online poker (e.g. where the dealer is streaming), Bingo (people buy a $2 bingo card, numbers are drawn at random based on the block hash, winner takes the prize pool), etc etc.
- Last but not least, we are currently also deliberating about ways to stake your TUBE coin, for example to get extra privileges, unlock governance functions (such as moderation and doing copyright review for rewards), etc. It's a promising area of discussion. More on this later.
BitTube is only a few months old! It's up to you and the wider community to grow awareness first and foremost. Youtube didn't magically get popular overnight either -- ask yourself whether your videos would get any traction on other platforms too. Becoming a popular creator is still hard work. Share your videos on social media and let everyone know about BitTube, it's the only way. On the technical side: there are certainly ways that channel discovery can be improved. The search algorithms, video suggestions and subscribers feed are still being developed and optimized. For example, the home page will eventually feature a Spotlight area where creators can promote their content. So keep an eye on the weekly updates.
Miners who secure the network earn a block reward with each new block found (currently around 400 ish TUBE). In the new distribution model, 30% of this reward is reserved to be distributed among the creators (70%), the viewers (20%) and the developers (10%). The viewers will only calculate/verify their watch time, they do not mine. TUBE can be traded on the open market. As the user base grows and thus the demand for the coin, so too will the price, which in turn will entice more creators to join the platform, and so on. Airtime article and Premium products article.
This criticism is fair. However, media mining by viewers has been disabled for a long time. The only power-consuming mining is done by professional miners, not mainstream users.
Previous rewards were based on block rewards from the media mining pool. But in-browser mining was scaring people away and the hash was not big enough yet for any meaningful payouts. As a stopgap the team decided to strip mining from the player and it's doing PoV to the testnet for analysis. So between now and full airtime activation there are no rewards unfortunately. Not an ideal situation but the focus is really on adoption by removing any barriers.
There are a lot of checks in place to prevent this. The airtime hashing functions specifically verify whether the user is an actual human. You can't just open multiple tabs, since the browser footprint is checked. An attacker would have to run thousands of VMs, with thousands of unique accounts, all from separate IP addresses, at which point with the hardware that's required it would be more profitable to simply mine the coin.
No. The domain, sure, but all of the code is hosted using the IPFS protocol. The 'website' is actually an application that's compiled by your browser. That's why it's fast. It's decentralized and every user is a node in the network. The mobile and desktop apps will always work. To shutdown BitTube you have to shutdown the internet.
DMCA takedown requests are currently handled manually, but an automated AI-based Content ID system is being developed (the AI is already learning). In the beginning the platform got flooded with pirated content, but this is already changing. Videos will be tagged during transcode. Users can dispute if the system is in error. The team knows to build a million dollar brand this is a very important milestone. And do not worry if this approach sounds prone to censorship. We are developing an approach that would put the community in charge of content review and disputes in a decentralized way, to mitigate the dangers of the centralized nature of a company-run platform.
After Airtime activation in early August. See roadmap.
Email [email protected]. Don't forget to transfer your coins out of your web wallet or you might lose access to them.
Close the wallet, go to %appdata%\bittube and delete p2pstate.bin and poolstate.bin. Start the wallet again. Alternatively, use a remote node seed3.bit.tube:24182.
Go to Settings and scroll down to Debug info. Change 'wallet creator height' to 0 or 1.
Safely backup the private key and/or mnemonic seed in the old wallet. Always do this. Download the latest BitTube wallet here. Import your private key or restore from mnemonic seed.
Every transaction requires at least 10 confirmation before they are assumed as valid. Each block takes 2 minutes on average, so you have to wait approximately 20 minutes.
The bittube miner is based on xmr-stak. For settings and optimization questions, google with those terms.
- If you're an expert: Find a mining pool e.g. https://mining.bit.tube, go to Getting Started, download the miner and follow the instructions. As a rule, do not use an exchange address to mine to. Use a web wallet or GUI wallet address.
- If you don't know what you're doing: Go to 'Start Mining' on BitTube and follow the instructions there. The non-expert option mines to your web wallet directly.
Soon you'll be able to strap yourself into the cockpit of the Chieftain and explore a host of new gameplay features - Chapter One is almost here!
The galaxy servers will be down today from 9.30 AM (GMT) for approximately 9 hours. There is a chance that this could run over, so we really appreciate your patience. As usual with these updates we'll keep you as up to date as possible.
While you wait, join us for a pre-launch livestream at 2:00 PM (GMT) for a Beyond - Chapter One recap with members of the development team on YouTube here.
We'll post the changelog soon, and add update information to the thread as it comes in.
Keep an eye on our social media channels too for regular updates on the server status. We will try to respond to as many queries as possible, but we will give everyone advanced notice for when the servers come back online, and social media is your best bet for knowing when the servers are back up and running!
Here's an overview of all the features coming to Elite Dangerous: Beyond - Chapter One. With one or two exceptions (outlined within the section) the information below is how the feature will work at launch of Elite Dangerous 3.0.
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