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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: EOS - Asynchronous Smart Contract Platform - (Dan Larimer of Bitshares/Steem) on: October 01, 2018, 11:09:27 AM
3000$ for the best idea of a project based on EOS

A few terms of participation in the ICO Contest:

- The project should be based on the EOS blockchain
- Must be a real team (minimum 3 people)
- Links to the team profiles in LinkedIn and Github in English are required

https://medium.com/@VladimirTikhomirov/3000-for-the-best-idea-of-a-project-based-on-eos-b4a44c2a2445
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to protect your altcoin on: April 21, 2018, 10:31:08 PM
The best way to protect ur crypto is to create WILL smart contract.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: how to earn through Airdrop? on: April 21, 2018, 10:29:21 PM
Just follow @HotDrops Telegram channel, press buttons and earn trough airdrops!  Wink
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Bounty and too many participants on: April 09, 2018, 10:51:11 AM
now we see huge amount of bad-quality participants in all campaigns,especially in Social Media and Content Creation. But because of big amount of participants bounty campaign is a good way to new project anyway
It would be great,if every project use KYC for Bounty participants, it would reduce the amount of fake participants in this industry

This is not very great, kyc registration repels many participants, because first of all we are attracted by our anonymity and anonymity of cryptocurrencies!
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: I do not believe ico anymore on: April 01, 2018, 09:06:56 PM
You are not the only one who has gone through this issue. I remember investing in some few ICOs that did not live up to expectation. Some, it has taken some months now and the coins are not even listed on any exchange. Others too, just disappear into thin air with their social media pages deleted. Its quite painful to go through this experience.

It must be understood from the outset that any investment is a risk. But if you don't, you will never know how much you can earn!
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Best signature campaigns? on: April 01, 2018, 09:04:41 PM
The best bounty campaign, of course, is the one that I'm promoting. After all, good guys can not advertise non-quality projects.  Cool
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is bountyhive suspicious to you? on: April 01, 2018, 09:02:44 PM
I have already seen here assumptions that bountyhive  is a scam project. But there are a lot of reviews of the lucky ones, who were awarded as they promised, if there is no deception on payments, why should they doubt?
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: John McAfee said about Ethereum on: April 01, 2018, 08:59:55 PM
It seems to me that John McAfee simply uses his influence in crypto world. After all, just look at one of his tweet and the situation on the market changes instantly. Therefore, he can say anything and his followers will spread this information around the world.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: My bounty experience! on: April 01, 2018, 08:56:06 PM
Hello crypto lovers, i want to share with all of you, my bounty experience.
Aproximetly 3 months ago i saw cryptocurrency for the first time, that was bitcoin when it hit over 17k $, it was so exciting for me and i start learn more about cryptocurrency.
After some days, I start to look for ways to get tokens without invest, because i am student and havent money what  I would be able to invest. I found Bounty campaigns, I was skeptical about bounty in start, but I decided to try it.
After the first month in bounty's I started seeing income, it was really awesome, i was so happy about that and now its the third month as I participating in bounty and i can share my profit to all users, maybe someone says it's nothing special, but in my country minimal salary for 1 month work(10h in day) is 240eur, and when i get over 2500$ in 3 month just for supporting in social media, it's something inconceivable!
Right now we must observe how the market flows but one thing for sure it will recover again its value!
If there are newbies who do not believe in bounty, i can say that all is legit, and we all can easly earn tokens for free, of course if you are active and you will be ready to do it every day!








Thanks!  Smiley
I hope my English is not so bad to understand my thoughts!




It is a really scary result. But as a skeptic, I doubt that for such a bounty in such a short period of time it is really possible to get such a considerable sum.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Guide to bounty hunters: starting twitter campaigns on: April 01, 2018, 08:51:08 PM
Guide to bounty hunters: starting twitter campaigns

Summary:topic dedicated to guide those who are interested in starting to participate in the campaigns aimed at  twitter (for BTC and ALT's).

 WARNING! : Already have a twitter account with more than 1000 real followers and 3 months old? If yes, go straight to " Starting campaign search ".

First steps

First, open an account on www.twitter.com, make sure you create something that does not appear to be fake (fictitious characters for exemple) and, if possible, put some reference to cryptocoins in the image, profile or banner (it is not strictly necessary, but helps).

In general, the campaigns make 2 requirements:
1- A minimum number of REAL followers (can range from 500 to 1000).
2- An account that was created some time ago (usually 3 months).

obs: This is not a rule, not all of them specify that, but if you meet both of these requirements, you are probably able to participate in any campaign.

To meet the first requirement, there is no easy path, just a "formula". You will meet people for the same purpose as you. (win followers) and follow you in return for being followed back, simple.
First of all, it is good put in the description of your profile (before the text, to appear highlighted)  "i follow back".

"Ok, where are the people with the same goal as me?"
There are profiles on twitter with a single purpose, unite these people.In general, these profiles have in their name "follow help" included, for example:


Look for profiles with a cool number of followers (10k up) that are active, follow those profiles to save, over time similar profiles will appear in the "recommended" profiles.

In general, several times a day these profiles post a simple task, usually summarized in:

"Follow back who liked this tw",
"Follow who retweeted this tweet back"

What will you do: choose the latest tweet, like\retweet, and, as a sign of good faith, follow everyone who likes and retweeted this same tweet, hoping to be followed back (because everyone has the same purpose as you Wink).
Okay, the world is dirty Angry , now it's cleaning time, nothing guarantees that you will be followed back, BUT do your part by following back who followed you.
By clicking "following", you can see if the person followed you back, if not, stop following (at least 2 days).
By clicking on "followers" you will have access to everyone who followed you, so follow them back as promised (or they will stop following you as well).

Is it tiresome and repetitive? YES, but it will generate free REAL followers! exponentially.

"Can I delete the retweets and likes I gave in old tweets?"
Yes, usually only the recent tweets of the "follow back" profiles receive attention (at most 24h).

"How often should I do this?"
Until you reach the necessary followers.

"Are there people who sell followers?"
Yes, but as I said, it is extremely important that your followers are REAL because campaigns usually require 85% or more actual followers in your account.

"How do I know if my followers are real?"
Through the service of the site https://www.twitteraudit.com .

WARNING- you only have one free audit, and the campaigns will ask you to link to the audit.
If you have already "spent" your free audit, there are users here in the forum who reaudit your account for free, usually found in the "services" tab:


Example of an audited account: https://www.twitteraudit.com/trplzr (my  Wink )

On the second requirement (three months account), the campaign managers check? I can not say, enter the campaign at your own risk if your account is new.

Starting campaign search

"Okay, I have a mature account with a handful of followers, where do I start?"
Now it's time to search for campaigns , initially it's normal to want to get into all of them with the mentality: "if I get $ 50 at the end ... profit" , but with my experience (well over 50 campaigns), that it's not a sea ​​of ​​roses, but if you know how to fish, you will guarantee your dinner at the end of the month ... (philosophical pause Cool).

"Where are the campaigns?"
Twitter campaigns give random respawn in two places:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=52.0 - for campaigns exclusively for BTC
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=238.0 - for campaigns exclusively for alts (ICOS)

"Campaigns is not lacking, and every time I update appears more, which one to choose?"
That's the point, to answer, I'll give my example: at the beginning I participated in all bounties , without prejudice, after a while I began to encounter a pattern of problems:
*Some campaigns simply stop in the middle.
*Some campaigns are SCAM.
*Some campaigns do not count their work correctly.
*Some campaigns make demands a little absurd (like, share and make a constructive comment with 100 characters from 3h in 3h).
*Some campaigns do not stop in the middle but the manager is silent (he rarely responds or counts the tweets).

"So the multi-page bounties are the successful ones and the ones with absurd demands are the ones that pay well?"
NO!, I participated in long bounties , for months, topics with infinite pages, reporting 7 tweets per week, which paid me not $10, but, on the other hand, I participated in simple bounties (1 month in duration) with simple tasks (3 weekly retweets ) that yielded more than $100 ...

"How to differentiate a successful bounties from one that will make me lose time?"
Obviously there is no magic formula, but today I have some criteria to join a new campaign , and I will share with you ..

Basically there are three campaigns types:

A- Campaigns that ask you to report your tweets and retweets weekly on the campaign topic.
B- Campaigns that ask you to report weekly on a form.
C- Campaigns that do not ask to report.

Knowing this, let's split the campaigns into "TIERS":

Tier GOD- Campaigns that have as manager a legendary\hero member, with experience in bounty manager , example: yahoo62278, atriz, sylon, wapinter, deadley, amaZix ...- simply enter these campaigns, regardless of type (A, B, C), "why?" [ / i], because these users do not enter into "bored boat".

Tier 1 - Campaigns run by a "Sr.Member" or higher rank manager - it's a good option, at first it's OK to get into them mainly to gain experience (and some $$$)), there's no type restriction for that tier either.

Tier 2- campaigns managed by a relatively new member but who offer the manager services in his description (exemple: a full member with the bounty manager description under his avatar) - in this case, the user can actually be a manager or simply someone who calls himself manager by itself, it's up to common sense, read the project, if it is really attractive, enter (A, B, C); if it is something exaggerated or fanciful, I suggest enter  if it is of type B or C, because its worth the "risk".

Tier 3- Campaigns managed by members or full members that do not even qualify as managers, and sometimes the manager is nothing more than an "ICO partner" (or creator), that is, someone who has no experience in campaign management - if it is type A, I enter only with very few campaigns or if the project is notable, in case of type B, I go in if the project is coherent (without colonization of mars or jetpacks), and if it is of type C, I enter (even if the project is uninteresting), because this type generates little "manpower."

Tier 4- "underground", campaigns managed by newbies, junior or negatives users - avoid ..., are poorly described, poorly formatted, rarely pay or end, obviously this is not law, what I am saying here is based on my experience!

"why avoid "A" campaigns in some cases?"
Because these campaigns that request a weekly report will increase your number of shitposts, and multiplied by a high number of campaigns, your profile will have the characteristic of spammer, which can disrupt (and much) future entry into a subscription campaign, or the post count of your current campaign.
After selecting the desired campaigns, let's go to the most important part ...

 Organization

Basically, in a worksheet \ blank page you will be based on the following structure to organize your campaigns:

Structure:
campaign name (manager name) (campaign duration) (my number on the spreadsheet)
(day limit to report the tweets, if necessary) (page where my posts are, if it is necessary to report)
campaign link
twitter link
requirements


exemple:
Policypal(hua_hui)(24\02) (#104)
(friday)(pg54)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2740305.0
https://twitter.com/PolicyPalNET
Post 3 retweets from PolicyPalNET Twitter per week
Create 1 original tweet per week
Have #BTC #ETH #PolicyPalnetwork in all the tweet.
Post your weekly report of tweets/retweets in this thread.

With this structure you can do a daily check of your campaigns and add new ones without problem (I usually participate about 20 at same time:Smiley).
Now what matters most...


Payment

The payment date is extremely variable, it can vary from weeks to months after the completion of a campaign, I suggest you add completed campaigns to another worksheet to check weekly if the manager has any scheduled dates.
Example: I have some big campaigns, completed in a few mounths, of coins that are already listed in the CMC, which have not yet paid Smiley, usually because (according to them) they are counting the stakes, deleting double accounts and etc ...

"Tell me about the values ​​!! Is it worth it or not ?!"
In summary, I can say that I have already received from $ 5 up to $ 300 per campaign Shocked, basically can not predict, what defines the payment is the success of ICO and the number of participants.

Safety

"What? "security"?? How can a campaign threaten my savings ?!"
Some campaigns in particular ask you to download their own wallet, which, in turn, requests "license" on your firewall and antivirus to work, basically a trojan horse that walks through the front door with your permission.
Only run files from a campaign if you feel total security, because the risk always exists!.

Conclusion

This is my shared experience, not necessarily an absolute truth, but it is a way to start if you are "lost", in time you will create your own "parameters" according to your experiences  Wink.

"Can a campaign run by a newbie be a great success?"
For sure !! but in the long run you will get a lot more headache with inexperienced managers and scammers if you go into all existing campaigns
.

Bonus


Elaborating an "original" tweet
If there is something that f*ck the rhythm of a "campaign grinder" is the recurring requirement of "Create one original tweet per week", to help with this problem, I will leave some "original" tweets structures to make life easier for the bounty hunter:

Structure1:
New great project!! take a look Smiley !
*ICO site*  
#ICO #BTC #ETH #blockchain #*requested by the campaign *


Structure2:
Looking for a new investment in 2018?
See this great project Wink :
*ICO site*  
#ICO #BTC #ETH #blockchain #*requested by the campaign *


Structure3:
Subscribe to newsletter! @twitter_of_ campaign is great idea of investment Cheesy
#ICO #BTC #ETH #blockchain #*requested by the campaign *

Exemple:
Subscribe to newsletter! @CrassulaCapital  is great idea of investment Cheesy
#ICO #BTC #ETH #blockchain #crassula_capital



...



Obs1: Topic subject to changes, suggestions are accepted Wink
Obs2: Yes, my profile is from a fictional character  Embarrassed
Obs3: Thanks for the merits Kiss, they are of great value.




Today I'm generous with merits. Excellent instruction was obtained with details, a well-done job. Can you write about another social networks?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Where to find the best Bounty Campaigns on: April 01, 2018, 08:48:29 PM
There are many threads here on the forum that contain bounty programs for every rank. You just need to choose, study and participate!
12  Other / Meta / Re: J.r Member on: April 01, 2018, 08:45:05 PM
hey guys . I have just been J.r Member . I dont know how to get merit to be member. what is the best thing for me to do to get merit ?

I've sent you a merit for effort. Try to write meaningful comments and ask questions that are really worth asking about cryptoworld.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: A lot of newbies buying the wrong coin. Be carefull! on: April 01, 2018, 08:41:22 PM
Most novices came from hype, trying to snatch a piece of pie here, buying haypovye coins on top, they lost, they were told that this was just a correction, but no, it was a developer's drain. It's a pity those people who invest without thinking

And these people create a fuss around the unnecessary moment. Because of hype, the price is growing, but this is not for long. In the end, everything is lost anyway.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: AirdropLive - Lastest Airdrops on: March 19, 2018, 03:36:38 PM
Indeed, without references, nothing is clear!

Here everything is super convenient for buttons and navigation
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Liza? on: March 19, 2018, 03:34:08 PM
I received an email from Yobit about this Bitcoin Liza. My first thought was, is this another bitcoin fork? since the name was Bitcoin Liza and again derived from Bitcoin. So anybody knows about it? Is this really another fork? Well, whatever it is, for sure it's another bitcoin wannabe. Forks now are big jokes, they just make fun of it and destroy the true essence of fork for bitcoin. By the way, I just noticed that naming these bitcoin wannabees right now are getting worse.  Grin

Crypto currency Liza is a speculative instrument created by the Yobit exchange, which you can trade exclusively within the exchange. The developers of the Yobit exchange did not repeat their colleagues from Binance and Exmo, and they decided to create not a coin, but an ordinary speculative tool on which one can earn money.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Ethereum below $600 on: March 19, 2018, 03:29:13 PM
I personally thought that the ethereum will not drop below $500, but I see that it's close to %400. I don't want to say that this is the bottom, let's hope for a sharp increase!  Sad
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Strong team on: March 19, 2018, 03:27:07 PM
I don't know how to evaluate each developer? If among them are the Gods ??  Shocked
It seems to me better to see what works they did together. And more it should be noted that photos of smart people can be placed on the site by any student, double check!!
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Time to Buy? on: March 19, 2018, 03:23:45 PM
Many experts argue that after the recession follows growth. The conclusion is very simple. If you decide to buy some crypts - buy, do not meditate. It will not be worse!
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are you afraid of hackers? on: March 19, 2018, 03:20:10 PM
More hackers, I'm only afraid of a quantum computer. If it is really launched, our cryptoworld is waiting for a giant collapse.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: KYC of bounty hunters on: March 19, 2018, 03:17:47 PM
Usually if I see a kyc registration to participate in the bounty, then I immediately refuse.
But I don't consider this a critical condition. If I really like ico, then the kyc is unlikely to stop me.
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