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  1. Confiruge mining ABY with cpuminer in zpool.ca Step1: Download cpuminer Step2: Edit pool, local, port, walllet address Step3: Mining
  2. Best ABY Storage. Opinions?

    I am sure there are benefits to storing your ABY in the different wallets. My question is which do you guys think is safest for large amounts of ABY. Exchange sites and the online wallet are backed by the sites security (to my knowledge). The Desktop wallet is your own security, but less chance of compromise without actual access to your desktop? Just wondering. All opinions welcome! Thanks!
  3. ArtByte White Paper & Track Record 1. ArtByte is revolutionizing how artists are supported, in the same way, that Bitcoin is revolutionizing financial payments. Through the technology of digital currencies and our social platform, ArtByte enables any fan, anywhere in the world, to support any artist, instantly. We support all types of artists: musicians, painters, sculptors, actors, filmmakers, directors, editors, producers, dancers, writers, photographers, designers, models, production team, etc. Launched May 1st, 2014 ArtByte White Paper, and Track Record 2. The Problem: Current Solutions: Low pay for artists is both a historic and international problem, with cross-border transaction costs limiting worldwide support and artists’ stand-alone self-promotion efforts lacking bandwidth and expertise. ! Self-promotion by an artist via web and social media! Crowdfunding for individual projects! Grants & awards! Cash tips for some live performing artists (i.e. musicians)! Artists holding second and third jobs to fund creative activity 3. The ArtByte Solution ArtByte integrates the technology of digital currencies on our social platform to support artists via five channels: 1. Digital tips and donations from fans via ArtByte social media tipping applications 2. Promotion of artists’ works through ArtByte’s social media art community 3. Grants and awards from the ArtByte Foundation 4. Income from mining ArtBytes 5. Sale of art for ArtBytes, such as our music download site, the ArtByte Music Store and the ArtByte Gallery 4. Digital Currency Advantages Supporting artists with ArtBytes vs. Cash has the following advantages: • • • • • • More than a social media “like” or “RT”, ArtByte provides real financial support to artists ArtBytes can be given by any fan anywhere in the world, to any artist anywhere in the world Fans or artists do not need credit cards or bank accounts to give and/or receive ArtBytes There are no governmental, corporate or regional restrictions, telling fans who they can support Artists to receive and can spend donations of ArtBytes almost instantly There are no fees for giving artists ArtBytes, compared to credit cards, PayPal or bank transfer fees, etc. 5. ArtByte’s Digital Currency Structure The ArtByte digital currency was created by the ArtByte Foundation, a non-profit corporation. In the first 10 years, 1 Billion ArtBytes will be created. During subsequent years, additional ArtBytes will be created at a rate of one-half of one percent, per year. At launch, 250 million ArtBytes were mined with the plan of funding the foundation’s activity, including periodic sales of ArtBytes, if deemed appropriate. 6. Traction • Blockchain/Core fully developed, tested & deployed • blockchain (combining features from Litecoin, Peercoin, and Dash) and core wallets (MAC/Win/Android) • Server Infrastructure complete and deployed • multiple seed servers worldwide, DNS Seeds, checkpoint, hosted wallet, web, forum servers • Traded on Bittrex, LiteBit.eu, and Cryptopia trading against the Euro and Bitcoin on LiteBit.eu (EUR/ABY) and Bitcoin (BTC/ABY) on Bittrex & Cryptopia. • Twitter and Reddit tipping apps fully deployed and active • Launched ArtByte Music Store, allowing musicians to sell songs for ArtBytes • Regulatory Compliance Program in place, engaging attorney Marco Santori of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP 7. Community Highlights • ArtByte serves a niche, the worldwide community of artists and art lovers), thus giving users a compelling reason to use ArtBytes. • 25,000+ artists around the world supported with ArtByte to date with tips, awards, and grants • In terms of community size and engagement, ArtByte has 140,000+ social media followers, growing at a rate of 1000 new followers a week across the various platforms: • 15,200+ Twitter followers • 102,000+ Facebook followers • 22,500+ Forum followers 8. Competitive Advantage The differentiation of ArtByte as being created specifically to meet the financial needs of artists is key to gaining acceptance in this nontechnical community. Social media is the platform of the digital age for the promotion of artistic work. ArtByte’s social media community size and engagement is ranked by coingecko.com to be 39% of Bitcoin’s present position. The early stage of ArtByte, coupled with our mining bonus for CPU miners, allows artists and fans to profitably mine from their laptop. ArtByte is perceived by artists and many in the fintech community as a positive use of Bitcoin technology, free from past negative press. ArtByte is designed to make sense to everyday users in every detail and is presented free of technical jargon. ArtByte is denominated to make sense, allowing for tips of 100 ArtBytes vs. tips of 0.00018432 Bitcoins 9. Market Size ArtByte supports artists through social media and direct awards. US data is available regarding personal engagement and social media usage in the arts and can be interpolated worldwide. 2012 Princeton Univ. Ctr. for Arts & Cultural Policy Studies reports: • • 65% (134 million) of American adults participated in artistic events 44% (90 million) of adults engage in personal artistic pursuits 2013 nextbigsound.com music industry study: • • Measures social media engagement of over one million musicians New social media engagements with musicians grew by 5.7 billion in 2013 and 6 billion in 2014 If Worldwide participation in the arts mirrors that of the US, we can interpolate: • 4.5 billion adults participated in artistic events worldwide • 3.1 billion adults engage in personal artistic pursuits • Social media interaction with artists is growing at a rate of several billion new engagements per year 10. J. Michael Cabaniss (New York) Founder & President, ArtByte Foundation, Inc. An entrepreneur with 35+ years in senior management in multiple industries including: IT regulatory compliance, IT management, Software Development, IT Security, and Product Marketing. I am also a practicing artist, specializing in photography. Peter Bushnell (London) Lead developer, formerly founder & lead developer of Feather Coin. Oliver Simon (Tokyo) Infrastructure and app developer for multiple cryptocurrencies Mikko Ohtamaa (Helsinki) Former CTO of localbitcoins.com Team 11. Supplemental Information 12. ArtByte on Twitter Samples of artists receiving tips and how we promote our artists. 13. ArtByte on Facebook FB allows us to feature ArtByte recipient artists in more detail 14. ArtByte on Reddit Samples of an artist tip and a post promoting artists 15. Music Download Site 16.Simplifying Cryptocurrency ArtByte was designed from the beginning to be easy, simple, secure and financially beneficial to artists and fans. • • • • • • Websites stripped of all confusing techno-jargon: crypto, blockchain, hash, wallet, keys, pool, faucet, etc. How digital currency works presented in relatable, layperson terms The wallet has built-in pool mining, allowing artists and fans to profitably CPU mine from laptops Linux source code was not released in order to keep large multi-pools from blocking out individual miners Under-the-hood, the code combine's features from Litecoin, Peercoin, and Dash for added speed and security Denominated to make sense, allowing for tips of 1000 ArtBytes vs. tips of 0.00429184 Bitcoins 17. Explaining Digital Currency to the layman How are digital currencies created? Just like physical currencies, digital currencies like ArtByte don't just pop into existence; they have to be made. In physical currencies, paper bills are printed and coins are minted by government agencies, then distributed into the banking system. In the same way, digital currencies must be created and distributed to users. For a digital currency like ArtByte, the currency is created by a software application. This software runs on each computer connected to the ArtByte network. All of the computers connected to the network work together, sharing the complex calculations necessary to create each ArtByte, and a certain number of ArtBytes are created each day. This process is called mining, and is not free, as it costs computer power and electricity. To compensate computer owners for their work, ArtBytes are paid to the software users connected to the network. How are balances kept and transactions processed? Just like at your bank, your account balance and transactions are stored on a server. At your bank, the bank owns the server. But, as a digital currency, ArtByte’s account data resides on a peer-to-peer (computer-to-computer) network that consists of all the computers logged into the network. This allows for additional security as there is no single server that hackers can attack, and each transaction is verified by all the computers on the network. Just like logging into your bank account with your browser, you can see your ArtByte balance and spend it using the ArtByte Wallet App. The wallet gives you all the info you need, just like using your browser for banking transactions. The Wallet App is available in several versions: Online, MAC, Windows, Android, and IOS. - From the ArtByte blog 18. www.ArtByte.me Contact: J. Michael Cabaniss jmc@artbyte.me
  4. Technical Analysis of Artbyte(Aby) 1 Day : 1 Week 1 Month Financial year End Technical Analysis shows this is the best time to SELL the cryptocurrency and buy it again when the new Financial year starts i.e from April 1st.
  5. David Gray David's signature style reveals a personal and contemporary expression of beauty and order which pays homage to the Classical Tradition in its craftsmanship. Collectors of David's work often relate that his painting evokes a sense of peace, stillness, or a contemplative mood. His award-winning works have been covered by major art publications including Southwest Art, Art of the West, and American Art Collector. David also teaches several workshops per year in portraiture and still life painting throughout the United States and abroad. Fans of David's work will notice a change in style beginning in late 2017. This new style, while retaining the mastery of draftsmanship characteristic of earlier work, finds a new freedom of brushwork and color application. This new dialect of painting is influenced in part by French Impressionism of the late 19th century, particularly the work of Monet. Forms are often suggested rather than completely rendered, though a solidly sculpted structure is still evident. David's former work communicated a stirring beauty and meditative stillness. His current painting will push that expression into a new strength of emotion through bold brushwork, inventiveness, and a new found creative conviction. Education and Instructors Ten Day Figure Painting Workshop, Douglas Flynt, The Grand Central Academy of Art, New York, NY Hans Nordlund, Tacoma Academy of Fine Art, Tacoma, WA Terry Furchgott, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA Bachelor of Fine Art, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
  6. Adam Stennett - Painter from NY

    Adam Stennett Adam Stennett (born 1972 in Kotzebue, Alaska) is an internationally exhibited American painter based in Brooklyn, New York best known for his hyperrealist works. He was raised in Oregon and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in from Willamette University in Salem.For several years he was the assistant to the painter Damian Loeb. His work has been the subject of three solo exhibitions at the gallery 31Grand in 2004, 2005 and 2007.In 2013 his outdoor installation transferred indoors aka his "Survival Shack" was the basis for an exhibition at the Glenn Horowitz Bookseller space in East Hampton, New York and received widespread press coverage. Education Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, BA, 1994, English / Studio Art Solo Exhibitions 2018 GALLERY POULSEN, Copenhagen, Denmark, Adam Stennett: Water Paintings, May 26 - July 1. 2016 PIONEER WORKS, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Survival Paintings, February 11 - March 31. 2016 PIONEER WORKS, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Arctic Artist Survival Shack Project, February 1 - 29. 2013 GLENN HOROWITZ, East Hampton, NY, Adam Stennett: Survival, Evasion and Escape (The Artist's Studio), September 7 - October 28. 2011 THE GATEWOOD GALLERY AT UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Adam Stennett: Mind Control and Other Magic Tricks, October 29 - November 12. 2008 GLENN HOROWITZ, East Hampton, NY, Adam Stennett: Off the Grid, April 12 - May 22. 2007 31GRAND, 143 Ludlow Street, New York, NY, Adam Stennett: Use Only as Directed, October 11 - November 10. 2005 31GRAND, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Hold Me Down and Under, November 18 - January 29, 2006. 2004 SCOPE LONDON, 31Grand, Adam Stennett: New Video Work, October 15 - 18. 2004 31GRAND, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Before the Accident, April 24 - May 23. Adam Stennett. Opium Tea (Papaver somniferum). 2008. Acrylic on paper, 30 x 44 inches Adam Stennett. Girl in Water Diagonal. 2016. Oil on wood, 48 x 72 inches
  7. ArtByte : start of 2018

    ABY is at important levels, she's getting ready for more action BUY BUY BUY
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  9. Does anyone have any supporting data regarding ABY outperforming Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum combined?
  10. New ArtByte supporter

    Hello! My name is Ame. I live on the coast of the Black Sea Coast from Romania. Do I love arts, mostly painting...!? Well, I remember myself being a kid drawing almost everywhere in the house. Walls, floors and even the furniture got scratched by my pencil since my imagination believed that there was always something more to exist and to be put there. I used to attend to various art contests from kindergarten to high school just for the joy of it and curiosity and found the play most interesting than the conquer. In time, I became self-educated in what painting is concerned. Three years of design I have studied though that made me realize the real beauty and importance of aesthetics perspectives. And now I find myself being a kid again which loves to paint and with a dream to follow... Arts, mostly painting..., yes I do love that...! If you like my work you can support me here AY3ARKPzDsjKuW5WYc6kqRy8zoYKEBqbJo
  11. Hello all I am very happy to be in this kind of art levy Hopefully good ideas popping out of this forum
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