Byteball, Obtye, Gbytes... whatever you want to call it... I forgot that the other half of my airdrop cleared in July. Retrieving it is as easy as clicking on the sub-wallet and transferring it to the main. The smart-contract gives a full year before the airdrop can be returned to sender.
At this point it's only a few dollar's worth, but I almost own a millionth of this platform from airdrops and playing drugwars alone. Not too shabby when you think about it.
Yes, it's a shame that the platform is worth so little and the network is so small, but it still has a lot of potential. As a DAG it is infinitely scalable and quantum resistant due to node consensus. They've made every effort to airdrop various crypto communities like Bitcoin and Steem. They show a very real willingness to make interoperability a top priority to start linking to other blockchains.
Like Steem, Obyte has also lost 98% of it's value. Owning a millionth of the platform only costs around $20 at the moment. These are the kind of small risks we should be taking rather than trying to min/max our already extremely volatile investments.
Restraint is key.
We all like to play the what-if game when it comes to our investments. What if I bought Bitcoin at $1. What if I had sold at the peak. Those days are over. Let it go. The future is bright for DLT.