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341  Other / Meta / Re: [List] Suspected users that are abusing merit 3.0 on: June 29, 2018, 11:57:12 AM
USER PROFILE : sourish
MERIT SUMMARY :;u=1045138
MISCELLANEOUS: This user received huge amount of merit from 10-50 merits for one of his post which aren't that much merit worthy.
342  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Designers(Signature,Avatar,etc) Last Update: 28-Jun-2018 on: June 29, 2018, 08:01:46 AM
Hello bl4nkcode, Can you update my service and include ANN and banners creation. Also please update my payment and include paypal.
My service is also running for almost 10 months now, you can now remove the yellow * on my profile.

 thank you!
343  Other / Meta / Re: Forum Mentions: @ or # on: June 29, 2018, 07:56:28 AM
Someone said in here that it is already available on the new forum software.

... this feature is already available in the new beta software (which is unavailable right now for some reason).

Yeah... I did pick that up from that thread, and it would be nice to have them release the feature. It could really be helpful as a time-saving technique and can keep conversational processes active. Besides, if such a feature had already been existing... rather than a search using the 'search tool', one can streamline the search to tags or mentions. But in a way, the search tool does the job [tags] pretty nicely, just that I find it hard to understand the priority of the search [date, activity/most talked about, or location] when it returns the result.

BTW, @jacee where can I see updates of new releases to the forum's software?

The new forum software have it's own board of eveything related to it here:
Not sure of any recent update but you can check the threads in there.
Also, The new forum link, is inaccessible.
344  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How to write code for signature design ? on: June 29, 2018, 07:16:39 AM
If I'm done with designing part, How can I create code for the same to be pasted on signature section ?
Your question doesn't make sense. You're already done with the designing part (where? On forum or in Photoshop) but still looking for a way to code/design it?
- Is this what you're looking for?
I did in photoshop. Isn't it possible to link those design in forum ? I followed the link you mentioned, it seems rambunctious to learn!
Images can't be use on signature so designs that you make in photoshop can not be use as signature. You can design a banner in photoshop tho and then implement the design on the bbcode design that you will create.
345  Other / Meta / Re: Forum Mentions: @ or # on: June 29, 2018, 06:43:33 AM
Someone said in here that it is already available on the new forum software.
346  Economy / Services / Re: Trusted ICO agencies on: June 29, 2018, 02:43:14 AM
Good afternoon, everyone  Cheesy

Every ICO-project, which is willing to reach their hard cap, needs a trusted ICO agency which can help them with technical support as well as PR & Marketing. Which unique services ICO agency can offer to have more clients? Do you have an experience in working with ICO support companies?
Visit ICO agency and marketing or contact them on telegram @amazix
347  Economy / Speculation / Re: Did you think bitcoin can go below $5,000 on: June 29, 2018, 02:38:50 AM
This is a question i kept asking myself & some people if it's possible for bitcoin to go below $5000 because some are predicting below $5k.

I have been buying the fucking dips from $12000 but am fed up.
Most I read here is that yes, the price will drop down to $5000. IMO the $6000 price now is strong and  think it will not drop further. If it does, maybe it'll come back up  Best to just buy the lowest price before buying more and wait to reach another ATH maybe this year end or next year.
348  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: No more facebook campaigns? on: June 28, 2018, 12:07:11 PM
It's only right to ban ads in social medias. It's the bounty hunters fault for not taking into considerationcthat what they are advertising in social medias might be a scam or turn out to be a scam soon. Irresponsible bounty hunters could care less on what they are promoting. They are giving crypto a bad background.
349  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Similar website as localbitcoins for ETH on: June 28, 2018, 09:37:07 AM

Also paxful is not a scam as it's simply a platform. Sure there are users that scam on it but the same thing can be said for localbitcoins as well
OP did not said that paxful is scam. He simply can't use it since there aren't much orders of ETH to INR.

With research I found that you can directly trade INR to eth @ buyUcoin and Ethexindia.

If there's no other option, have you tried using zebpay and just buy btc then convert to eth?
350  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How to Earn easy Merit? on: June 28, 2018, 04:35:15 AM
Ranking system in this forum now became strict and difficult because in order for you to proceed and ranked up you need to earn a MERIT. Earning merit is very hard to do because you need to have a post which is very constructive and informative in order to gain a merit. So I can say that as of this moment in this forum earning and gaining some merits is really hard and difficult now.
It's indeed hard specially for people who does not gve enough effort and thought in their posts. Shill posters who try to make their post look longer by repeating the same thing ove and over with just some rephrased sentences.

Btw, if you have a really good thread that can contribute very much in the community here, getting merit is not that hard  I've seen threads get merits almost everyday l.
351  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What are the good social media platforms you can promote an ICO? on: June 27, 2018, 07:24:27 PM
I think facebook and twitter is still pretty good in ICO promotion, because this both social media is quite popular in the community. it's just that I hear there's news that facebook and twitter will prohibit things related to ICO, but do not know if this is true or just an issue.
That's true that they have banned paid ICO ads so if someone will just post something about an ICO, it's fine.

But if an ICO tries to buy sponsorship or endorsement from these platforms, they will never get what they are asking because they are totally banned to endorse ICOs.

Hiring high follower accounts to endorse them is okay and that's why there are social media bounties.
Also heard this and I think it's actually a good move to prevent more spams from irresponsible bounty hunters who does no effort with the bounty hunting that they are doing. It might be a good choice for bounty managers to just hire quality social media marketers instead of them hiring tons of people for cheap tweets and shares.
352  Economy / Services / Re: [Contest][ICO] signature design contest. Winner gets 0.05 BTC! on: June 27, 2018, 06:25:12 PM
Just to confirm, the contest ends tomorrow and cut off of entries is @ 11:59 pm? forum time?

353  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin to HODL or not ? on: June 27, 2018, 10:48:00 AM
I had bought some bitcoins in late December when price was around $10K. I had put all of it to trade on some altcoins to get good returns. Now, I'm all in on Bitcoin Gold, I bought it at $110 which is down to around $26. Shall I wait for another bubble to build up or sell what I'm remaining with ?
Do some more trading with the funds you have on bitcoin gold and trade other cryptos. I suggest that while you hodl and wait for bitcoin price to rise back up again. Maybe same thing will happen to the btc price like last years price strike.
354  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: List of bounty scammers on: June 27, 2018, 08:14:16 AM
There has been already a long list of bounty campaign which ended up as a scam. Tho they did give the tokens there were no updates whatsoever on any plans for their tokens. Just recently here are some: Ice rock mining,,, pm7, alloy as well.
I wish there are some ways to filter out scams like these.
355  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: what happens to the HitBTC exchange?? on: June 26, 2018, 07:03:28 PM
here there is the same fate, as I experienced? I have made a withdrawal but I have not succeeded in reading in the conversation HitBTC closes the withdrawal, which I want to know until when the problem is over and what causes it
I've just recently withdraw some funds from hitbtc and there has been no problem whatsoever. Make sure to confirm the widthrawal confirmation on your email.
The only thing I encounter on hitbtc is that it's sometimes hard to login and sometimes it asks me twice to input authentication code to access my account.
356  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: decentralized trading platform for Ethereum-based tokens on: June 26, 2018, 01:06:56 PM
Good list. Hope you can add some pros and cons on each exchange and rank them from best to least. I personally only use etherdelta and idex since that's the onely two that I know and this list of yours expanded my options.
357  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: GOOD BOUNTY MANAGER on: June 26, 2018, 06:54:22 AM
Hi everyone, I'm looking for good manager bounty campaign. Can you show me some of them? Thank you.
Contact Amazix ICO agency. They provide community management and engagement and they can help you grow your community. This is their website:
So far, their service are the most attracting to participants due to their rates and quality.

358  Economy / Lending / Re: ★ ★ ★ LENDING ► CONDORAS SERVICE ◄ ESCROW ★ ★ ★ on: June 26, 2018, 06:00:43 AM
Hello condaras! Been quite long since my last loan. Hope you can give me a no collateral loan again while I wait for a payment from a client.

Loan Amount: 0.01 btc
Reason:  need funds.
BTC Address:     3P5wExiszDFet9ZXYpbd47WHz87TyGUKYs
Term Length:    max 7 days. Will probably pay in the next 3 days.
Collateral: none.

here's a sign message from my vanity add:

This is jacee from bitcointalk and today is Monday, 25th of June 2018
Version: Bitcoin-qt (1.0)
Address: 1jaceeKZ3SecBYsJGLAbfvJnigN9xfsAi


Hello jacee, happy to see you again.

Loan Request : Granded.
Sign Message : Verified.
Amount of Loan : 0.01BTC - Send :
Amount of Repayment : 0.01085BTC (fees included)
Date(s) of Repayment : 02/07

Please when it will be the time for your Repayment, on or before 02/07, let me know so i provide you at that time the Repayment Address.
If your Repayment is ready earlier than this date, i will also make you a discount.

Thank you and enjoy. Cool

- Condoras -
Awesome. Thank you!
359  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Exchange or Wallet? on: June 25, 2018, 01:00:11 PM
Wallets are the best for storekeeping your coins. It always was. Although you can always immediately trade your coins if it is stored in exchanges, but the security risk is much higher than when it is stored in your own wallet.

Simply keeping a coin in a wallet is not that safe and can have the same risk as having your coins in an exchange. One should really be carefull with their wallet and their backup. Be sure to store different backup copies. Getting a hardware wallet is the best.
360  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Airdrop & Bounty can help you earn $1k ?? on: June 25, 2018, 08:26:25 AM
Not sure which bounties and airdrop you are joining but I just once earned $1000 from a single bounty I joined last year. Tho the btc price had a huge part on why it reach $1000. You need to carefully check and pick which bounties you are joining so you can get something from it. Also drop airdrops. They're mostly crap and alot and almost all airdrops I know only collects data of users here in exchange of worthless tokens.
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