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1  Economy / Lending / Re: Lending Service Started! (BTC/LTC/ETH/DOGE/ETC/PayPal)! on: January 02, 2019, 10:21:08 AM
Loan Amount: 0.045
Loan Purpose: Personal
Loan Repay Amount: 0.051
Loan Repay Date: January 5, 2019 (If fail or partial repayment then 1% applied per day as discussed for rest of the amount)
Type of Collateral: None
Escrow profile Link: None
Bitcoin Address:   3NpsqM2iM6XHKapMvw9jgcqJGV4yUZZb9a

Signed using: 1i85KURjwNd65UE579ThzSD4GzxVUtGFV

Code:
I am krishnapramod from bitcointalk.org, today is November 30, 2018. I am asking for a no collateral loan from shasan which would be repaid on or before January 5, 2019.

Code:
HIvxOK5Vn9LPfLtBLsnQpAZZvT2Q1CId4301HGE8GavMR/mx/oYW6QhIE1P9v0hy6x4KEQNsAPqE5QmI0I2w3dM=

Thank you.
Signature Verified.
BTC sent.
TRX: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/7291cddcde8597445f0f7568a2b3fbae08e0e05be6c915da344a04864990ed76
Repayment at: 3JaFkXxj5g3MJRTDRH48mMUaKymvvLyMsk

This loan has been repaid, https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/7dd2d9b397df86aaa39f52472bb0a3da83fa398729d1bba8db7aaefe7ddcb042

Thank you.
2  Economy / Lending / Re: Lending Service Started! (BTC/LTC/ETH/DOGE/ETC/PayPal)! on: November 30, 2018, 08:18:56 AM
Loan Amount: 0.045
Loan Purpose: Personal
Loan Repay Amount: 0.051
Loan Repay Date: January 5, 2019 (If fail or partial repayment then 1% applied per day as discussed for rest of the amount)
Type of Collateral: None
Escrow profile Link: None
Bitcoin Address:   3NpsqM2iM6XHKapMvw9jgcqJGV4yUZZb9a

Signed using: 1i85KURjwNd65UE579ThzSD4GzxVUtGFV

Code:
I am krishnapramod from bitcointalk.org, today is November 30, 2018. I am asking for a no collateral loan from shasan which would be repaid on or before January 5, 2019.

Code:
HIvxOK5Vn9LPfLtBLsnQpAZZvT2Q1CId4301HGE8GavMR/mx/oYW6QhIE1P9v0hy6x4KEQNsAPqE5QmI0I2w3dM=

Thank you.
3  Economy / Lending / Re: Lending Service Started! on: November 29, 2018, 09:40:35 AM
Loan Amount: 0.03
Loan Purpose: Personal
Loan Repay Amount: 0.033
Loan Repay Date: December 3
Type of Collateral: None
Escrow profile Link: None
Bitcoin Address:   3NpsqM2iM6XHKapMvw9jgcqJGV4yUZZb9a

Signed using: 1i85KURjwNd65UE579ThzSD4GzxVUtGFV

Code:
I am krishnapramod from bitcointalk.org, today is November 5, 2018. I am asking for a no collateral loan from shasan which would be repaid on or before December 3.

Code:
HAStlXBZgIwnt3C+hqFlHau0G63Cg8KE2hRFTCPhCVqiF+1GsmrxCnn3nFxFcco/4jbAjJ0l/HH9GQTbsAhNqg4=

Thank you.
Signature verified.
Loan request accepted.
BTC sent.
Trx: https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/ce87f5facd0f80475c18789668b32ed3cc9fc09d5dfd47fdb19872c0b7d15c27
Repayment at: bc1qe49zeuwmg8whqa26jgn5pzm6ul4fzpdccz9s4l
Please repay on time.

This loan has been repaid, https://www.blockchain.com/btc/tx/6a394b6126b61f65c993007981c5984e6c501c1383a2cc3c98283d82d8ce82bf

Thank you.
4  Economy / Economics / Re: POLL: Would you rather see Bitcoin price grow steadily or in spikes? on: November 22, 2018, 02:36:25 PM
Don't want to sound negative, but we're seeing what the growth in spikes is doing to Bitcoin. Although developments are going on, looking at the price between November 2017 to November 2018 one has to really wonder if any real adoption did happen in this time frame or just mere speculation. Speculators don't care about utility, volatility is what matters to them and a highly speculative Bitcoin market would simply be prone to crashes at regular intervals making it not even a reliable store of value.

What we need is a steady sustainable growth based on functionality and utility which would minimize the speculative/risk factors making Bitcoin more suitable for wider adoption.
5  Other / Meta / Re: Save Bitcoin Discussion subforum on: November 22, 2018, 11:42:51 AM
IMO, recently spamming has decreased quite a bit on the Bitcoin discussion board, it was way worse. Yeah, now with the price drop, a lot of low-quality price topics are popping up. For the time being the best solution is just reporting these threads and mods do trash them.
6  Local / India / Re: Premium on Prices? on: November 19, 2018, 11:15:59 AM
It's simply because of supply and demand, speculation.

India has a thin crypto market, globally around 1.2% compared to the US 23% or more, and the demand is purely speculative so be it buying through an exchange (broker) or P2P, the premium isn't going anywhere soon.  Buyers are willing to pay whatever the sellers are asking and now you also have to put the banking restrictions into the mix. Higher demand, limited options, definitely premium. Yeah, things might change as adoption increases (more supply) and more options (regulations).

Edit: Then I guess these developers and hunters are bringing a lot of liquidity to the Indian crypto market.
7  Other / Meta / Re: Report plagiarism (copy/pasting) here. Calling for Mod action: please permban on: November 16, 2018, 07:00:29 PM
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I do not believe in ico ratings, since many ICOs with good ratings have failed.  I think these sites are designed to collect more money for advertising projects.

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I do not believe in ico ratings, since many ICOs with good ratings have failed (not achieving softcap) or Scams, I believe more with my personal predictions. and if I'm still not sure I might ask for some analysis from a friend I trust.

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I think these sites are designed to collect more money for advertising projects. Who will give the best and the rating will be better. But it's up to you!



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User: ken thung banned
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I don't fully trust the ICO rating, I try to analyze the data that I can find and collect about the project itself, the team, advisors, and try to understand their idea and strategy. after that, it was decided to enter or not.

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Personally I do nut trust to the ICO rating sites. I try to analyse the data that I can find and collect aout the project itself, the team, advisors, and try to understand their idea and strategy - after I make the conclusion, very often I ask for advise my close friends who are in crypto and aftr make the final conclusion about the project.



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User: nytstalker banned
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Several ICO coming up this days unlike a year ago when the space has not been this saturated, you do not need to be fed up, Do ensure you research about an ICO before joining the bounty, also the downward market trend since the year began has been the reason why most of the coins have not been valuable, once the correction is over, sure profit will come in then, for token that are yet to be release you must be patient.

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Several ICO coming up this days unlike a year ago when the space has not been this saturated, you do not need to be fed up, Do ensure you research about an ICO before joining the bounty, also the downward market trend since the year began has been the reason why most of the coins have not been valuable, once the correction is over, sure profit will come in then, for token that are yet to be release you must be patient.



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User: burdagol12345 banned
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How do I get bored with Bounty Campaign. I personally want to say Bounty Campaign Is a good job for now. No way I'm tired of working on something in bounty campaign. Because With bounty campaign we can get altcoin by participating in All Bounty, Suppose we can participate in Bounty blog, Video, Signature and many more. I think if people get bored with bounty campaign Maybe because it is so Saturated then take a place somewhere.

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How do I get bored with Bounty Campaign. I personally want to say Bounty Campaign Is a good job for now. No way I'm tired of working on something in bounty campaign. Because With bounty campaign we can get altcoin by participating in All Bounty, Suppose we can participate in Bounty blog, Video, Signature and many more. I think if people get bored with bounty campaign Maybe because it is so Saturated then take a place somewhere.



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User: vipbit banned

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I do not trust rating sites,you can look at the ratings, but you can not believe them at 100% of course.You should also pay attention to the idea and whitepaper of the project, partners and advisors, social networks and activity in them and a lot of factors.You can use different websites to see if that particular ICO has received similar ratings in all platform or just one, that can help you find the authentic ones.

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You can look at the ratings, but you can not believe them at 100% of course. You should also pay attention to the idea and whitepaper of the project, partners and advisors, social networks and activity in them and a lot of factors.



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User: AlienSeeker banned
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By and by I am not tired of abundance battle. Tolerance is fundamental in each field since when you begin working in abundance battle then they will be appropriated benefit when ICO task will begin. May be a few bounties are not performing great according to desire or trick that is way these ventures are not begun or delay. Proportion of these activities are little. It would be ideal if you keep begin your adventure emphatically. I think its great participate in abundance crusade, since we get free token from our push to advance ICO. Critical think when we join on abundance, we ought to pick abundance that oversee by trustworthy supervisor since some abundance seekers dont get their token when ICOs end and abundance administrator disregard it

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I think its good join in bounty campaign, because we get free token from our effort to promote ICO. Important think when we join on bounty, we should choose bounty that manage by reputable manager because some bounty hunters dont get their token when ICOs end and bounty manager ignore it
8  Other / Meta / Re: I don't want to use the marketplace - auctions board. on: November 07, 2018, 01:51:02 PM
Suggestions would end up theymos creating "exclusive honest boards" for everything. Let's suck it up. IMO, I haven't seen much of account sales on marketplace, maybe one or two in a week. Things are getting better. If we are going to find a fault in every board, what's done would be a wastage when it simply could be fixed with reporting and tagging (with the +1 restrictions).
9  Economy / Lending / Re: Lending Service Started! on: November 04, 2018, 07:45:51 PM
Loan Amount: 0.03
Loan Purpose: Personal
Loan Repay Amount: 0.033
Loan Repay Date: December 3
Type of Collateral: None
Escrow profile Link: None
Bitcoin Address:   3NpsqM2iM6XHKapMvw9jgcqJGV4yUZZb9a

Signed using: 1i85KURjwNd65UE579ThzSD4GzxVUtGFV

Code:
I am krishnapramod from bitcointalk.org, today is November 5, 2018. I am asking for a no collateral loan from shasan which would be repaid on or before December 3.

Code:
HAStlXBZgIwnt3C+hqFlHau0G63Cg8KE2hRFTCPhCVqiF+1GsmrxCnn3nFxFcco/4jbAjJ0l/HH9GQTbsAhNqg4=

Thank you.
10  Other / Meta / Re: Community generated suggestions to improve the forum (+ eventual voting on them) on: October 29, 2018, 02:01:35 AM
Itís spilled over into Bitcoin Discussion now too which saddens me.
Resurrecting Bitcoin Discussion would (in my opinion) be much more important than trying to rescue the altcoin board. But it's not infested by bump bots like the altcoin board, and that's why I made the 1 Merit suggestion there.
I think Bitcoin Discussion needs a moderator with iron fist. Politics & Society is in a better state now than Bitcoin Discussion (thanks to Flying Hellfish).

Now Bitcoin discussion is far better than what it used to be a couple of months ago. Spam threads are quickly getting locked, duplicates reported. Although copy-pasters are getting banned, altcoin discussion board is still worse with duplicate threads and spam mega threads not getting locked. Maybe if a good number of reporters actively reporting on altcoin discussion board (not bounties and announcements), half the spam would be gone, making it better for discussions.
11  Other / Meta / Re: Reporter Statistics on: October 27, 2018, 11:34:25 AM
I'm interested to see what happens when metameritsnafflers cotton on to OP's seeming policy of "a merit for a reply" on this thread.
Not for me thanks mate, I'm good.

As far as I remember theymos's reply on merits was, it's not necessary to give merits to the only posts you agree with, but quality post. Looks like "agreeing with is still within the criteria", and I'm not a merit source as well as they aren't newbies who I am leveling up with a merit, they're reporters, few, and how many are going to share their stats. Guess, overall it's within the limits of "metameritsnafflers" who are coming to cotton me up.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: If the banksters and governments held 90% of the Bitcoin supply, what now? on: October 27, 2018, 10:38:18 AM
I have abstained myself from posting on hypothetical threads, but as far as this:

1. How are the governments going to buy Bitcoin from all the ideologists?

2. If that happens, government would make a lot of Bitcoin enthusiasts rich.

3. And then what, dump? And ideologists will still buy. Now what? It's not cyclic. Genie is out of the box. The banks and governments would have to tamper down the whole decentralization. Could they? No.

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Bitcoin will go through hick-ups (hiccups). It may fail; but then it will be easily reinvented as we now know how it works. In its present state, it may not be convenient for transactions, not good enough to buy your decaffeinated expresso macchiato at your local virtue-signaling coffee chain. It may be too volatile to be a currency, for now. But it is the first organic currency.

But its mere existence is an insurance policy that will remind governments that the last object establishment could control, namely, the currency, is no longer their monopoly. This gives us, the crowd, an insurance policy against an Orwellian future.

https://medium.com/opacity/bitcoin-1537e616a074

Bitcoin might/might not become a tool of centralization. There would be another one, slowly building a network effect from the underground.

Majority of the world has come down to shared psychosis when it comes down to fiat, decentralization is a whole new term for them. They don't want change.

But transformation is something you would never know until it changed you.

I do believe that with SoV, Bitcoin would become a MoE, but now with the ETF's (even before that) getting into the scenario, not bad, but the peer-to-peer currency concept would be gone.

Store of value has a lot of established investments, top gold. If Bitcoin proliferation has to happen it should be as a medium of exchange or we are simply coming back to the circle that's shared with the centralized/governments, no change whatsoever.
13  Other / Meta / Reporter Statistics on: October 27, 2018, 08:57:39 AM
Lately "report to moderator" have increased at least x10. And multiplying with the spammers/scammers/copy pasters increasing, at the same time restrictions somewhat put them in place, the numbers would be far ahead than the previous year.

The last official reporter stats might have been an year ago, read it, remember it, can't find the thread. I think lutpin or shorena had the maximum reports at that time, maybe I am wrong.

Since the suggestion of members having reporter badges have been put forward and theymos showing interest in implementing it (not a priority), but for the time being, I'm just wondering would reporters share their stats. If you don't want to, it's perfectly fine.

My stats:



PS: Please don't ask what's the purpose of this thread. I'm just curious, don't have a better answer than this.

Edit: Thanks mate, @Veleor. Good to feel my memory is still intact.
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Which crypto companies will overtake Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Google? on: October 25, 2018, 04:00:00 PM
So far we have seen at least hundreds of "cryptocosmic" startups and nothing ground breaking has been accomplished yet. On the other hand, although Microsoft have been exploring Blockchain for quite some time, we saw this year, the rest of the top tech companies, Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple taking Blockchain seriously. It has to be seen when or how these dominant tech companies are going to use Blockchain to create new opportunities.

As far as cryptocosmic companies, if I take Blockchain/decentralization/Dapps/DAO (more innovations to come) as the basis then in the next ten years, maybe we would see some new decentralized ecommerce startups/existing ones like OpenBazaar capturing some real market share, but I think with all the data breaches/security concerns, social media would be one of the major sectors where crypto startups would compete.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: UNOCoin co-founder arrested for installing crypto ATM in India on: October 24, 2018, 11:58:27 AM
Our government did started showing its hostility towards cryptocurrencies after the FM's announcement, tax notices, and then bank ban so anything coming from the government regarding cryptos now wouldn't be surprising, unless it's regulations. And then the moneycontrol article (90% of Indian media is fudsters when it comes to Bitcoin) that the Garg panel could even propose holding of unregulated cryptocurrencies as illegal, I have no idea even if it comes to that how they're going to impose it.

On topic, Unocoin's move to install first-of-its-kind Bitcoin ATM was definitely a bold move, another way to circumvent bank ban, but if it was done without government permission, plainly stupid and since the news came out about 18 hours, Unocoin hasn't tweeted anything about it.

Ram Mandir banate banate yeh log desh duba denge.
16  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Where to advertise (A bitcoin game) on: October 23, 2018, 05:27:45 AM
If I am not wrong, more than gambling, itís an interactive/skill-based Bitcoin faucet game so microearnings section would be the most appropriate. And as far as advertising like others said, signature campaign, advertising on top Bitcoin ad networks, Coinad/Coinzilla/Cointraffic/Mellowads, paid postings on Bitcoin sites, and even PTC sites. Also adding multiple payment options, direct/through micropayment platforms would be a good option.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Whales; Myth or not on: October 15, 2018, 03:43:26 AM
Whales ain't a myth, take the stats for last 6 (example of a small time period) months. Take the chart, 33% of heavy wallets are traders.

When you're panicking and selling, it ain't manipulation.
18  Other / Meta / Re: Bitcointalk Support on: October 15, 2018, 03:24:49 AM
For a few, its not money more of an identity/community.

Account recovery should be a priority, it literally is turning into a joke.
19  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Important discussion over BAN. Newbies must read. on: October 06, 2018, 03:30:25 AM
Isn't there the unofficial (official) thread for not how to get yourself banned, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0

It's not stickied on main or local boards. I guess that's what needs to be done.
20  Other / Meta / Re: @Theymos @hilariousandco can you reconsider on permabans Rules ? on: October 05, 2018, 06:42:32 PM
Paid option to lift ban...haha.

Ban evading isn't enforced. You simply could create a new account and carry on with spamming/plagiarism until you're caught again and another new account.

But since now the restrictions are there, a below Jr member losing an account isn't as easy a solution to create a new one and level up within a month or two.

So giving another chance for above JrM's banned for plagiarism is a bit too much to ask when there is no guarantee they have learnt their lessons.

Better solution, create a new account, if you're not breaking any rules and making average posts, not exceptional, getting merits within a year or two would get you further on this forum than whining over this account now.
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