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1  Other / Meta / How hard it is to Rank up? on: March 30, 2018, 02:23:39 PM
I think all of the newbies here will answer ďreally really hardĒ...

Let me tell you something. I started joining bitcointalk ever since this new merit system was implemented. So you can probably call me as one of the ďluckyĒ ones starting with zero merits in our pockets. The key is to research well, learn about how the world of crypto works, and learn how the system here works. By then I wasnít that sure that I have a future here, but here I am now.

My rank is not that high, but let me tell you something. For each time you rank up, you will be so proud of yourself and so excited to get to the next rank. And everything else will follow. With this merit system, you will strive to learn, research, and create quality posts for the benefit of the community. Yes itís hard to earn merits, but it will mold you to strive for your best.

Instead of crying about how hard the new merit system is for the newbies, why not make it a strength for you to strive. Thatís what i did. Good luck newbies, donít give up. Iím so happy I was able to get this far. I just got ranked up today as a member, but as of now I still call myself a newbie, thatís what strives me to work hard here.
2  Other / Beginners & Help / Newbies, donít feel unwelcome. on: March 25, 2018, 01:36:03 PM
Hello fellow newbies, I want to be as straight forward as possible for this post. First of all, please do not feel unwelcome if high rankers or admins will criticize or delete your post. Admins have their valid reasons why they deleted your post in the first place. Treat this forum as a corporate or a respectful forum.

Second, if high rankers debated on how you create or delivered an opinion about it, please do not take it personally. Accept it as a lesson learned, or if you think youíre right, make it as your strength.

Lastly, do not feel unwelcome. Everyone here welcomes you to write your opinion, post questions and insights for the knowledge of others. Good luck to all newbies, and most of all, just follow the rules alright? Have a wonderful day!
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / SCAM ALERT!: Be careful when logging in. Spread the word! on: February 28, 2018, 01:52:11 AM
Fellow traders!

Please be mindful before logging in.

PLEASE CHECK THIS IMAGE FOR REFERENCEó-> https://plus.google.com/photos/photo/114371354457581698029/6527416543323845106?authkey=CJ7g6Pz_pYHs-wE

My friend almost lost all of his hardwork and money here!!
Notice at the bottom of the letter ďnĒ thereís a dot(.)?

Please do not log your account in here. The next thing you know, all of your money and your coins will be gone.
All of your efforts and future will be back to zero. Please spread the word fellow traders! This might happen to other sites as well. But as far as we know, binance is a site that has one. I donít think that this was created by binance themselves, but a bunch of scammers. So please be careful!
4  Other / Beginners & Help / Hey, wanna know a secret? on: February 27, 2018, 01:43:22 PM
Hello fellow low rankers!

Wanna know the secret on how the high rankers can give us a positive impression and commendation?
Hereís a 3 guide rule. Check this out.

1. Donít be redundant with common questions, you can search the answer first, letís not be lazy. If you canít find it and youíre sure that this is a new question to all, thatís the perfect time to post.

2. Earn merits... the RIGHT way. Donít beg for them to give you some. Earn their respects. Iím sure by the time you earn a lot of merits as respects, thatís the time that merits will just be a piece of cake for you to earn. And all of those people who just asked for them, will never learn the perfect principle of quality posting.

3. Post fruitfully, help your fellow low rankers if you have insights and advise to them. Teach them nicely and donít brag about on how long youíve been posting here, cause I know that youíve been to their shoes before.

Good luck to us newbies and jr. members. Hopefully this can help you step up your game. Iím sure by the time that you already mastered this 3 guides, we can rank higher and probably learn from another guides or rather from the ďmastersĒ.
5  Other / Beginners & Help / STOP! TO ALL FELLOW NEWBIES AND JR. MEMBERS on: February 23, 2018, 01:04:14 PM
STOP!! PLEASE STOP!!

STOP BEGGING FOR MERITS.

Iíve seen a lot of posts here from low rankers who were asking for merits. Such a shame guys!

Merits are like ďRESPECTSĒ. Show people respect, show community some respect and most importantly, show admins and the rules here in bitcointalk some RESPECT.

If you canít give them some of that, you wonít earn some bud.

Get merits or rather EARN merits like everyone else.

Itís just a matter of giving respect to the community.
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / More traders.... Good or not? on: February 11, 2018, 06:51:20 AM
Iíve been wanting and taking my time to enter the trade game. But before I do, just wanting to know the prod and cons of having a lot of new traders coming in.

Trading is much more safer and easy to learn. Iíve been preparing myself for months now and wanted to start my journey here in bitcointalk. But like me? New Traders are comming in fast. Will it be a good sign to our world of crypocurrency? Or will it affect the competition inside?
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Too much new members... Good or not? on: February 11, 2018, 06:12:57 AM
I want to raise this question that keeps bothering me as I learn about crypto currency. Is it a good sign if members are increasing in our world. Or is it bad to have a lot of competition inside our community?

A lot of people here are being rude to newbies, like me, I personally did not experience any kind of rudeness towards the veterans. But as I read threads, I suddenly think that some of the old folks donít like new people in our community, is it because too much people here will ruin the system? The flow of cryptos?

I became so eager to learn about our community to the point of wanting to study the behavior inside the cryptoworld. Why? To understand and accept the environment and the people working with, to be sensitive of course and to avoid bad posts that can lead to reporting.
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Campaigns, Trading, Mining? on: February 07, 2018, 10:58:12 PM
Hello BitcoinTalk!

Which one do you recommend a newbie to start with?

Is there another way of earnings other than these?

Thank you BitcoinTalk!
9  Other / Beginners & Help / A year of BTC life. on: February 07, 2018, 02:19:24 PM
Newbie question, but an ambitious one.

How far you went with your one year of btc!

I personally want to know the progress and the milestones you have achived here.

So we newbies can strive and idolize veteran members for a long run!

More power for BTC and newbies out there!

Thank you bitcointalk.org.
10  Other / Beginners & Help / How to avoid bad posts and how to create quality posts? on: February 07, 2018, 01:48:26 PM
Hi,

I created this post just so I, and others can learn about posting with quality.

Newbie here, Iíve read a lot of posts that are just casual and others are somehow formal.

So Iím thinking if there are certain standards from the experienced members here that we need to be aware of.

Many thanks!
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