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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: 🌍[Guide] Prevent scam!!! Some useful tools for find scam / fake ICO team 🌍 on: Today at 12:24:36 PM
Up for newcomers
2  Other / Meta / Re: Admins, what do you think about creating a list of all scammers in Bounties on: Today at 05:57:30 AM
Just post on Reputation board after caught them. Since bounty isn't moderated by forum DT will handle this with trust system. I think it will not happened if managers asking for proof of authentication. It's mostly depend on managers how they are going to manage bounty. Unfortunately there isn't any guidelines for bounty managers. I am working on it to make a draft, I will post it soon for community. Perhaps moderator or admin could consider for few guidelines for BM.
3  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] ⚡BQT Signature Campaign | Member - Hero | 0.0007 BTC /Post ⚡ on: September 25, 2018, 05:40:48 PM
Perhaps Zapo mistake my post count;

Starting post will be for 7th week 984


End post will be for 6th week 984



Please update spreadsheet. Thanks.
4  Other / Meta / Re: Extra section for newbies? on: September 25, 2018, 05:01:16 PM
As a newbie, i am little bit curious about having a extra section in the forum where only moderator's only help and answer the questions for newbie members. As a newbie i am also confused about many things. So it will be better if we have a new section were only moderator's will help us.  

I don't think so there is need another board for spambie. There is a board for newbie, Beginners & Help . This is also almost full by spammer. I noticed you have 34 post still now, and 32 post on off-topic board. This is your interest to learn?
5  Economy / Reputation / Re: Merit abuser. Added new ( 22/9/18) DT please check on: September 25, 2018, 04:35:19 PM
I am asking why I have been painted a merit abuser, have you looked through each of the posts I gave merit to? each one of those posts, are in my opinion, decent posts as the serve to help the BitcoinTalk forum eco-system.

Really ? I am wondering why you only found decent post on September 17, 2018. I surprised all decent post are on ANN thread Huh yes one thing decent on your merited post, all post are 4/5 line. This is the decent you are looking for ?
Just for remind ;

While we will not be directly moderating this, I encourage people to give merit to posts that are objectively high-quality, not just posts that you agree with.


I am not interested in garbage posts, only informative posts that bring people to this forum

Exactly.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: ----- ====ICOEthics a man of slander==== ----- on: September 25, 2018, 02:35:06 PM
Lol, you stolen identy of others and you try to claim exposer. Stop spamming on forum. Do you have any proof he asking for money? Oh yes, you can make fake discussion by Photoshop. By the way, he did expose any wring information ? I don't think so, ICOEthics help many people to avoid scam. You are referring untrusted feedback. Also you can leave this kind of feedback. Even they leave me this kind of untrusted feedback. Because we naked scammer and they leave us fake feedback. Untrusted feedback doesn't hold any weight.
7  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dlex.cc - SCAM - Fake Team on: September 25, 2018, 02:19:03 PM
https://demo.dlex.cc/btc/dlex

You can see. that we are making a stock exchange. The launch of the exchange is scheduled for October 20.

Hey man, your exchange will live it doesn't mean your team picture is legit. Fake is always fake. I don't care how you are trusted is. If people trust you with fake photo than why not write on site "our team members photo taken from stock image". Your starting with fake photo, how we expect good result from you ? Do you think steal others people identity is not crime ?

If I write this, will it decide something?

If you are unable to write than you have no right to steal others people identity.


Code:
Website: dlex.cc
Title: Home | DLEX Crypt exchange "ICO"

Domain Age: 96 Days
Last Refreshed: Just now
Website Speed: Slow
Website Value: $349.41

Organisation: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Owner: Registration Private
Owner Address: DomainsByProxy.com,14455 N. Hayden Road
Owner City: Scottsdale
Owner Postcode: 85260
Why you hide your details from domain registration?
8  Other / Meta / Re: Recovering a Bitcointalk account without Bitcoin message? on: September 25, 2018, 01:25:25 PM
From theymos;
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If you want us to recover a hacked/lost account, you need to prove that you own it. Typically, the only acceptable method of proving ownership is by signing a message (including current date and desired new email address) using a Bitcoin address or PGP key associated with the account. A Bitcoin address or PGP key is associated with the account only if the account posted the key/address, sent it in a PM, or if it is still listed in the account's profile.  

I think you don't have other way to recover account. If account hacked than how you are going to prove your account. If you locked account but it's under control you than might be possible unlock. If email and password changed by hackers than it's difficult to recover. So many people's waiting from year's for recover account. Edit your post with profile link and with more details, mode could check current condition.
9  Other / Meta / Re: bitcointalk.org can stop scam ICO on: September 25, 2018, 05:51:59 AM
So who will responsible if scam after KYC ? Nothing new you are suggesting. So many time already discussed about that issue. Scam or possible isn't moderated by forum. Even exposed scam not ban from forum.

Ok, you are suggesting for new rules. But how many ICO you exposed ? It's not your job as a forum members? in fact you are the one suggesting new rules. I can't understand you just joined less than week and you never exposed a single ICO with fake team but suddenly asking for implement new rules. You don't think you should do your best first before suggesting anything ?

If an ICO scam after KYC verify from forum it does mean they will never scam ? And if scam what action should from forum? Every one will ask admin why this is scam bla bla. Many verified ICO form icoholders or icobech turn into scam, so what happen ? Nothing as well. So don't blaim to forum only you should do your job first as forum member , as a investor , as a bounty manager and as a bounty hunters.
10  Other / Meta / Re: 2 questions (Merit & Spam related). Higher ranked opinion needed. on: September 25, 2018, 05:46:08 AM

1 - Newbie starts a topic - copy/paste content from bitcoin-related article + link (so no plagiarism), no own thoughts nor any other contribution. Is it treated as spam and should it be reported to mods, or is it allowed and we should just ignore it?

If a user not contribute something from himself and he just copy paste from others artical I will call it soft spam even there us useful content. Every one can quote from reference link but it doesn't mean they just copy paste total post. In that case reporting to moderators will not work. They will not consider as spam.  Also you can't report for plagiarism as well he added reference link. But if a user doing same thing continuously than you should PM to moderators with description.

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2 - Would you reward a Newbie with his 1st merit point, if you see a decent post of his and/or engagement in discussion, but his posting history is, in vast majority, bounty-campaign proof posts? Do you consider such people as spammers, or you just ignore campaign-report posts? After all, they don't pollute the forum and are contained in dedicated threads.

If I merit newbie I check his post history. Especially after implement new merit system. Because they could copy paste other post or from others articals. So they made one decent post it doesn't mean they are not spammer if his post history full with spam post. But I encourage to send merit new people if they are not spammer. But it's really depend on sender. There is no rule that you should visit post history. Usually a decent post deserve merit.
11  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Few fake bitcoin hacking tricks or script. Save your money from scammers. on: September 25, 2018, 05:24:07 AM
Up for newcomers.
12  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Scam - Acommax ICO - Fake team & ponzi scheme on: September 25, 2018, 05:23:17 AM
Up for newcomers
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 90% Altcoins will die? on: September 25, 2018, 05:21:28 AM
Hello everyone, Like you've seen the title, My Question is that people say 90% of altcoins will die, If there are 1500 altcoins then 90% is big number, But i've never seen a coin die unless it was a scam or something, even Bitconnect is still alive, How will the Altcoins die? Is it even possible?

Not only alt coins, every coin depends on community. Without community all coin are useless. An alt coin values only on exchange (most alt coins) if there is no community for trade it than automatically it will die. Price depends of volume, if no much investor are agree to invest an coin than it's price will drop. You can see bitconnect once a time was more than 400$, but now I think 0.01 $ or something like that. You can call it dead. Because no community is there no investors are there so slowly it will die. Also a coin depends on team, how they are active and how they are going to build their community. After ICO if just skip with fund but listed on exchange than you couldn't expect good result on this coin. Slowly it will drop price, because team are not active to build their community. So we could say that a coin totally depends on community.
14  Economy / Reputation / Huge merit abusing, DT please take a look. on: September 24, 2018, 05:38:18 PM
Profile link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=965234

Check his merit history





However user already got tagged for others reasons. Also need check his received merit. He got 46 merit from Jeremiesaranza for this post, its really deserve 46 merit ?

Jeremiesaranza got 46 merit from bgpsq for this post

bgpsq got 50 merit from ChardsElican28 for this post

ChardsElican28  got 50 merit from gcoffie7 Post has been deleted

Danglen1010 sent 49 merit to ChardsElican28  for this post

bitmaster1x sent 50 merit to billsted86 for deleted post, and 38 merit to Danglen1010

nasashi sent 46 merit to  billsted86 for this post  and 6 merit to Danglen1010

Jeremiesaranza got  25 from chandra12 for this post

chandra12 got 50 merit from nizamcc for this post and another 50 merit got from  fanatic26 for this post

However there is more account involved, very likely they are connected each other. Once visit their profile you will find more.
15  Other / Meta / Show trust rating on Beginners & Help board. on: September 24, 2018, 10:25:37 AM
I don't know exactly why trust rating hide on Beginners & Help board. Also I try to use search before posting but there is no similar thread (I didn't find).

However as far as I know most of newbie visit on Beginners & Help board. I think they should meet with trust system. I can bet so many people's even don't know trust system. Once newbie will see someone have positive(+) or negative(-) trust, I believe they will try to discover it (IMO). I do not want to shorten anyone, just want to introduce trust system to newbie.
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Ponzi Scheme 101 on: September 24, 2018, 10:00:20 AM
Good post. All high returns on investment will consider ponzi scheme. From our past experience we can see all of ponzi scheme became scam later on. Few crypto site we can see lately they are offering high returns, I would like to suggest just avoid this kind of projects. Due to your much greedy thinking you might be loss your capital. So be careful before join any ponzi scheme. Once new investment not come they will simply skip with your fund. I worry when I see high promising website or high return website. Because this is the sign of scam.
17  Other / Meta / Re: Writing a welcome message on: September 24, 2018, 06:29:34 AM
1) Should add one more option to encourage people's for reporting spam post. This thread could be embedded for help new member's, Report effectively

Table of contant title could be; Help forum by reporting spam post
A new user should know how to report spam post so that he can avoid spam himself.

2) Title could be ; Read most useful post by users and I think this thread could be embedded [GUIDES] on Bitcointalk. Index thread (until there is a dedicated subforum?) . So newbie will able to read all useful post on one place. And there is all important post available.


I think the message should be shorter - much shorter. Or at least have the table of contents expanded into more of a summary: this is a Bitcoin forum, not a job... don't post shit... don't fall for scams... etc, with links to more details on each point.

I am agree with it. If message write too longer than member will discourage to read it. So it's better short discription with embedded link. So people will click link to read details. One more thing all clickable link should open new window/tab instated of redirect on same window/tab.


I don't think so escrow thread should suggeste by forum admin and shouldn't add on welcome message. If happen any scam who will responsible for that ? Theymos shouldn't involved with escrow system.
18  Other / Meta / Re: Stake your Bitcoin address here on: September 24, 2018, 06:01:58 AM
Code:
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNED MESSAGE-----
This is Daboy_Lyle from bitcointalk joined the forum January 31, 2018 and today is September 24, 2018.
-----BEGIN BITCOIN SIGNATURE-----
Version: Bitcoin-qt (1.0)
Address: 1EmwjyF9fu6NQJV3yJTgecAEXJhLcP6kEj

IGaeJRZfXSorGTo2+EHgpdGFZ/dYH7W2sIS48K/zaGEPHbIcoMyziDUcSNxeUe6CyHU9G+PoYV0xW7Q5mEqtciQ=
-----END BITCOIN SIGNATURE-----

Quoted and verified
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: IS THE BOUNTY HUNTER THE CAUSE OF THE SUDDEN PRICE CRASH OF A TOKEN OR COIN? on: September 24, 2018, 04:09:08 AM
~snip~

I don't think so cryptocurrency price dropped due to bounty hunters. There is lot of reasons, only one reanose are not enough for dropped price. So many negetive news, no big investors are entering on market, selling eth by ICO owners etc the main reasons (IMO). If new investors stop investing on crypto currency than no doubts price will drop slowly. Current market situation is no big investors are entering markets. Due to many negetive feedback form SEC many investors are worrying to invest on crypto. We can expect something will clear up to end of this year. Bounty hunters just hold average 5% from ICO. And obviously they will not sale on loss. So it will not effect on total crypto markets. Crypto markets movement depends on big whale.
20  Economy / Scam Accusations / CRYPTOLUX ICO used fake team. Also offering Ponzi scheme on: September 23, 2018, 08:38:03 PM
Website: https://www.cryptolux.io

Archived-1 , Archived-2

ANN thread : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3134391.0
Archived: http://archive.is/UscBr

Although ICO has been over but they have live investment plan. They are using stock image for team member.

Fake CEO Robert Alexander picture taken from stock image. Reference link Here

     

More you will find Here



Vanessa Graham Picture taken from stock image. Reference link Here





Saranda Piegsa Pocture taken from here



However its look to me all photo taken from stock image. I don't think so we need more research about picture. Lets check investment plan on whitepaper


Lets see their price prediction. I am not sure they listed on exchange or not but I can't find on CMC


You will see popups some one is withdraw, Its totally fake. They just used a script for that.

Probably its listed on https://www.coinexmarket.io . Due to I don't have account there I am not able to see price
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