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1  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Nexybit BTC Giveaway! 0.0005 BTC for free on: April 20, 2018, 10:18:54 AM
userid: 21coin
Address: 3BdY7GDr7ovaTqHTUf4wSqgMbtPN3FhSQm
2  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Signature Campaign (Sr/Hero signature revised 4/13)(4/10 rates revised) on: April 20, 2018, 10:18:11 AM
Just OTP verified my account , the username is 21coin. Please change my rate to the bonus rate
3  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Signature Campaign (Sr/Hero signature revised 4/13)(4/10 rates revised) on: April 16, 2018, 02:47:37 PM
I believe someone else also had their post count for a week rolled over to the next week. Can that be done for me?
4  Economy / Reputation / Re: Nexybit, horrible rates, Self escrow and accepts bounty campaign (only) posters. on: April 10, 2018, 02:42:37 PM
Oh wow, easy there. Many people actually do post here to contribute, as well as help other people and discuss technical/crypto related stuff.
Also i get paid, if i rank and it is more of a prize for being a valuable member rather than actually just posting to get paid, which is exactly what you are doing currently.
"more of a prize for being a valuable member" whoa there you're going more up your ass right now.[/quote]
Ooh great job, +1 point in bitcoin policing. So you're saying someone can't come back online after going offline for some time?

Mind pointing out my statement about such a thing? Now you are just making shit up.
Edit: And the cherry on the cake would be the fact that you came back to the forums after many months, suddenly start writing longer posts (which all seem to be very repeative and related to nexybit).
Those "spammy" posts you're pointing at are my opinions without a sig. Try reporting it to mod and see if they're removed, Monseiur Mod-wannaba

Of course they are, because you would not get into any well paying signature campaign with a decent manager. You have still tried to apply into them, and you maybe have been thinking that you will get accepted LOL.

And I told your stupid ass that you can post what you want on a forum unless it breaks a rule. You as a mod-wannabe don't get to decide what is spam and what is not
P.S: The guy who wants to have a moral high-ground about forum-related stuff is someone named "sellingaccs"
That username is really something worth reporting to the mod, there is just no button to report a username though.  Grin

Mods do not ban people for trading/buying any accounts, you both should know this (only DT members can tag if they want to).
Oh good to know you remember it, wanna report yourself to a DT2 member then Mr. "Valuable member of the forum"?

And don't put me in the same category as that stupid asshat.
5  Economy / Reputation / Re: Nexybit, horrible rates, Self escrow and accepts bounty campaign (only) posters. on: April 10, 2018, 01:51:32 PM
It's not about that. Maybe i phrased it differently. My point was that such low quality campaigns have negative effect on this forum with a high probability.
But like pointed out before, that campaign (that also you seem to be in) attracts alot of posters who do not contribute (like yourself).
Get your head out of your ass if you think people post here to "contribute" just because you don't have a sig(although AFAIK you are already in a pseudo-campaign yourself for a chance to win 20 bucks)
So you are posting to get paid? HA, i knew it. Your previous posts do look very spammy Tongue

Somebody give this guy a cookie , I think he needs it for all his "looking out for spam". /s

You came back here only because of your own greed, and yes im pointing at your first post which was to apply for this sig campaign.
Ooh great job, +1 point in bitcoin policing. So you're saying someone can't come back online after going offline for some time? While you're thinking about that, just go back and have a look and see which signature camp. I was last in. Those "spammy" posts you're pointing at are my opinions without a sig. Try reporting it to mod and see if they're removed, Monseiur Mod-wannaba

P.S: The guy who wants to have a moral high-ground about forum-related stuff is someone named "sellingaccs"
6  Economy / Reputation / Re: Nexybit, horrible rates, Self escrow and accepts bounty campaign (only) posters. on: April 10, 2018, 10:06:11 AM

Well accusing is a different thing, but to me atleast this whole thing smells miles away. They also took the rule of 100 characters per post away, so you could basically wear the signature, and write a bot which spams the whole forum with nonsense bullshit.

My god, you don't stop once you start do you?

First off, the rule was at least 100 words per post, which was kinda nonsensical considering their pay-rate and if you have a look at any "good" campaign. Glad they removed it

The rates are the lowest which i have seen, basically could be considered as (slave work).
Another one of those posts where people feel entitled to get a "job-level" payrate in BTC for posting with a sig. Its an incentive people, it started with a scammer named Tradefortress and for some reason every other BTC service continues to invest in it thinking it'll improve their visibility.

TheAlso they failed and paid out users two payments for one week, so i doubt that such exchange can even be trusted, because they cannot even handle a simple bitcoin transaction. Now imagine if that happened with customer funds. "OOPS! We just paid everyone's withdrawal 2x times", they would definetly not make up to that as they don't even have money for decent budget.

Payments for this campaign are done manually as opposed to automatic payments in an exchange. I don't even see why this is seen as a bad thing that they paid out twice the amount they were supposed to.

As long as Nexybit pays, I don't think that you can accuse them of being "scammers". But it certainly makes the unprofessional considering they are essentially explicitly employing spammers as their promotional medium which will not end well for themselves.
This sums up the situation, what they're doing is not scamming, many sigs have escrowed themselves and it was up to the users to trust that they'd be paid(and most did) and its not all spammers who join the low-paying camps. For example I'm joining just so I can have a decent post history so that I can be accepted in any future campaigns, and the low rate is just something on top.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Five Reasons People HODL Bitcoin on: April 10, 2018, 09:52:10 AM
I would had add the sixth reason: People are to lazy to study markets movements and mechanics. Then they just buy & hold BTC until price will go to the moon.
Probably the case for most of the bitcoin newbies. Most of the people new to the bitcoin scene are/were here because of the hype and haven't bothered to learn the market behind it.
8  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Signature Campaign (Sr/Hero signature revised) on: April 09, 2018, 01:42:05 PM
Uh why exactly was Rossy Akbar paid 0.0036 BTC (and twice too from what I see)? His rates come up as 0.0006 instead of 0.00006 on top of that too
9  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Signature Campaign (Sr/Hero signature revised) on: April 06, 2018, 04:21:10 PM
Well if this user (whom got accepted) is not spamming and shitposting, i don't know who is:;u=1178512;sa=showPosts


Some responsible manager (like yahoo or aTriz) would never accept such a poster into their campaign, and probably add them to their blacklist. This user is just an example of a poster who has made 0 contribution to the forum, and gets encouraged to spam even more because of getting paid for it.

See my second point, i.e if a person is making "spam" posts and not getting paid for it(seeing as he wasn't accepted in the last sig camp he applied to) , its not counted as (sig)"spam". And well if he keeps posting in bounty, according to the rules he just won't be paid.

As for mentioning merit, its a system meant to keep spammy users from ranking up and is only adopted by some sig campaigns the same way Trust points are adopted.
10  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Signature Campaign (Sr/Hero signature revised) on: April 06, 2018, 03:50:30 PM
It seems to me that you have accepted alot of people, whom only post in bounty campaigns and have a low post quality (without any kind of contribution).
It's not too late too turn around and hire someone who is experienced on this forum to manage this campaign. I've seen many services get their reputation ruined because of horrible campaign managers who accept spammers into their campaigns. DT members are not known to like such behavior.

It's your reputation, and i just wanted to know what you might be facing here.
I don't see any member who seems be outright spammy . And if they were, they didn't have any sig attached to them before(because no campaign accepts spammy users now anyway) hence making the point moot("spam" posts without sig are not considered bad in the community).

AFAIK they guy's managing the camp. seems to be trying to save as much as he can(hence the low sig rates), so why would he waste another 100 bucks or so per week to let an experienced sig manager run it? And as for DT member potentially negging the campaign, I haven't seen anyone except Yobit being negged for "running a spam signature campaign" and that too was because the spam was in way too big a scale.

@nexybit, although I know you're trying to save on the costs "Posts that have less than 100 words will not be counted." is way too strict a requirement for a low paying campaign. 100 chars should be better here.

P.S: Am I the only one seeing that the sig is still kinda off?
11  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Signature Campaign (Sr/Hero signature revised) on: April 05, 2018, 02:54:00 PM
Username: 21coin
Rank: Hero member
Post count: 483
Profile UID:;u=224515

Edit: Have tried editing the sig to fit the sig space a bit, but just changing size doesn't seem to work. Might want to cut a bit of the graphic black bars, and lower the size of "NEXYBIT" and "JOIN AND GET A 20% DISCOUNT".
12  Other / Off-topic / Re: What comes to your mind when you think of Japan? on: November 26, 2017, 12:22:32 PM
Whenever I think of japan its just foreigners being weebs in the capitals and expecting to have subtitles under everyone's head as they speak  Tongue
13  Other / Off-topic / Re: Year 2018 will come? on: November 08, 2017, 11:35:57 AM
<Creepytalk> Oh, perhaps not. Perhaps you will be dead in your own pool of misery and self-hatred by then. What is your purpose in this life? Did you make any difference whatsoever?</creepytalk>

Seriously tho, what do you even mean? Is there a rumor of a second "the world will end on xxxx" thing going on>
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [NEW][HEX]HEISENBERG HEX - OFFICIAL/NEW RoadMap/2017/ on: February 22, 2017, 03:43:32 PM
Another shitcoin?
15  Economy / Services / Re: ✪Signature Campaign✪ [] ➽ Ethereum Blockchain Gambling on: February 14, 2017, 04:46:52 PM
Username Name: 21coin
Post count: 483
Rank: Hero member
Bitcoin address: 16NNRn56MpfFjPHajtUDLjAsprhUv4ziuU
Profile Link:;u=224515
Did you joined our avatar: NO

Back on bcttalk after quite some time
16  Economy / Reputation / Re: Yahoo62278 Scam support behavior and Complete story on: January 16, 2017, 03:11:15 PM
Aight we got a butthurt over here, firetruck to the rescue for the flaming thats gonna happen

First of all, why another thread?

First of introduction to girlbtc : GirlBTC is a scammer and rightly been banned because he scammed, tortured, scammed, blackmailed, withold money of other users, gave death threats.
No that was not why he was banned, he was banned because of the annoying death threats and the ad. spam/bumps that he was spreading around even after a couple of warnings.
After this girlbtc opened a new forum to promote their scam site and take rivalry from bitcointalk owner theymos :

Yahoo supporting the forum and promoting it and admitting he is gimli on girlbtc :
Show the posts where he is shown promoting the forum, as the forum being a clone of this one as long as its not used for keylogging passwords, its fine.
And here is the proof of yahoo62278 himself admitting that he applied for moderator :

You should probably do more homework buddy. Its not against forum rules to apply for a job outside this forum 1st of all. So im not gonna deny that I applied for a position there at all.

Yahoo moderated forum for some time and then the owner did not paid him and then he left.

Wow, he didn't get paid for something , now ban him....  Huh Huh Huh . And try reading what his post says
The question here arises is : Such a person who knowingly promotes/supports a scam can even sell positive trust for money and this cannot be denied. Hence a serious threat since he is in the default trust and even is a member of SMAS and can ban innocent people because he might want to promote his own accounts.
Ah so thats where its coming from, someone got banned on SMAS it seems. Also show proof/posts where he is shown to sell/buy trust. He is not on DT last I checked and as for SMAS, it is a list any campaign has the choice to follow, it is not voluntary.
Lauda says : Supporting a scam or even scamming is fine unless its done out of this forum, if so why we gave escrow-ms negative feedback ? He scammed out of the forum

I am not connected to LegalDiscussions but here's my opinion..

It is not a valid reason to say that "it was okay, yahoo didn't promote girlbtc in bctalk, it was an outside act. Outside things are outside. He can do whatever he wants."


How did received multiple negative trust? and ended up from being removed in dt?;u=76380

Most negative trust are about fraud which he did outside and not inside bctalk.

It was RL for fucks sake, and what he did was a crime unlike "scamming" on BTC where its usually an idiot sending money to a slightly more intelligent idiot.
It will be nice if dt's,staffs or even moderator comment on this one.
So basically as yahoo supported a scam site and hence deserves a ban.

Newsflash mate, scam!= ban , spam= ban
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Longest bitcoin transaction that you have waited? on: December 02, 2016, 05:39:18 PM
I'm sure the longest one would have to wait is forever if the fee is 0 and the input is really high. The time is proportionate(to a certain degree) to what the user pays as the fee, so why are we discussing this again? Or is it one of those so called "discussion"/"What x is your x" questions, that only sig farmers participate in?
18  Economy / Services / Re: SPECTRE Signature Campaign on: November 15, 2016, 09:10:04 PM
Heya , I've been a bit inactive during the last few months(acc. hasn't changed hands or anything, you can check the seclogs archives to be sure). Is there a possibility that I can join the camp. ?

Well, just in case:

Name : 21coin
Rank : Hero Member
Post Count : 481(looks just like a newly farmed hero acc.  Tongue )
Wear Sig : Yep
Btc Addy : 16NNRn56MpfFjPHajtUDLjAsprhUv4ziuU
19  Other / Meta / Re: Why all the "uᴉoɔʇᴉq" words are up-side-down? on: April 01, 2016, 10:10:30 AM
good prank but a even more hilarious one would have been one where it said 'You have been HACKED by the anonymous group HAXXOR'
20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Women beating men; is it common? on: March 24, 2016, 10:20:07 AM
I've read many articles claiming that domestic violence coming from women might be more common than we think but we just don't really get to know about it because it's rarely reported. What do you think about this? Could it be real? And if yes, to what extent?

I think it could be real. I've seen several times with my own eyes a wife beating her husband. To what extent is another question. I think that domestic violence is coming from men mostly though.
That is stereotype that is causing the women to have more power as TECHSARE say above. Have you personally seen any domestic violence by man, if its not in media?
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