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November 23, 2017, 06:18:23 AM
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Another one
Dont know if its a user or bot

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November 25, 2017, 03:01:01 PM
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Here is the new super cop of BTT. 12 posts in ~30 minutes

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=947993;sa=showPosts
http://archive.is/9Gy2K

Is it possible to evaluate 12 different people's posts for their quality and English in 30 minutes ?
I understand it is a new way of farming post count.
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November 25, 2017, 08:58:24 PM
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Chelsea substitute Willian scored a late goal to earn the Blues a draw with Liverpool at Anfield.

The forward, who scored twice in a 4-0 win at Qarabag in the Champions League in midweek, struck in the 85th minute as what appeared to be a cross looped over Simon Mignolet and into the far corner.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42035410

Chelsea substitute Willian scored a late goal to earn the Blues a draw with Liverpool at Anfield.

The forward, who scored twice in a 4-0 win at Qarabag in the Champions League in midweek, struck in the 85th minute as what appeared to be a cross looped over Simon Mignolet and into the far corner.



He has copied the first 2 lines.  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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November 27, 2017, 08:35:19 PM
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I am not sure if this got lost in the multiple threads in meta, but this user seems to be consistently copy-pasting.

Chelsea substitute Willian scored a late goal to earn the Blues a draw with Liverpool at Anfield.

The forward, who scored twice in a 4-0 win at Qarabag in the Champions League in midweek, struck in the 85th minute as what appeared to be a cross looped over Simon Mignolet and into the far corner.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42035410

Jordi Alba scored a stunning equaliser against former club Valencia to preserve Barcelona's unbeaten record in La Liga after the leaders had been controversially denied a goal.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42130326

Sure they can.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said his side "competed amazingly" as they fought back from 1-0 down to win at Huddersfield 2-1

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42042016
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November 27, 2017, 08:48:21 PM
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This has to be stop somewhere, this forum will be useless if we failed to take proper action against these bots. We all are here, for genuine discussions and to provide suggestions for the growth of the bitcoin community, such bots are spoiling the aim of this forum.
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November 28, 2017, 06:56:06 AM
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Another one
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=934240

Posting the same message over and over again

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Same with this one
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1339064
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December 09, 2017, 06:02:37 PM
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This one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1205830 is bot for sure:

Mobile Wallet:
A virtual wallet that stores installment card data on a cell phone. Versatile wallets give an advantageous route to a client to make in-store installments and can be utilized at dealers recorded with the portable wallet specialist co-op.

Breaking Down Mobile Wallet:
The innovation shrewd period has introduced a world where the business-buyer relationship is quickly getting to be plainly computerized. From internet business stages to robo-counsels to the appearance of cell phones, organizations are changing the way they work to meet the regularly changing necessities of their customers.
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What you mean by Mobile Money? A virtual wallet that stores installment card data on a cell phone. Versatile wallets supply a helpful route for a client to make in-store installments and can be utilized at vendors recorded with the portable wallet specialist organization.

The innovation adroit period has introduced a worldwide where the business-customer relationship is quickly getting to be noticeably advanced. Originating from web based business stages to the approach of cell phones, organizations are adjusting the way they work to meet the advancing needs of their customers.

Changing few words made it harder to find, but as I can see he is doing this for a month:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2161019.msg24126891#msg24126891
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Re: What is Bitcoin mining?
November 06, 2017, 02:43:23 PM
   
It is a process by which transactions are verified and added to the public ledger, known as the block chain, and also the means through which new bitcoin are released.People with access to the internet and suitable hardware can participate in mining.  This mining process involves compiling recent transactions into blocks and trying to solve a computationally difficult puzzle.

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December 10, 2017, 02:23:52 AM
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I've seen a signature campaign participant posting the same in every ann thread. Please tell me where to report him.

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December 10, 2017, 05:12:38 AM
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I've seen a signature campaign participant posting the same in every ann thread. Please tell me where to report him.

At the bottom right of every post there's a link to report it to a mod. You can also view the account's post history to get an idea of how many times the same message has been spammed.
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December 10, 2017, 09:35:15 PM
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The Solution Is
 fee problem may also temporarily resolve by itself. In that case, Bitcoin may see just temporary spikes in activity, but in the long run users would be urged to be more economical with transactions. Also, some additional hashing power may clear the backlog for a while, allowing most transactions to go through.

So it even remains unknown if Bitcoin fees could be reliably tokenized, or other payment options offered. For now, the only option are limited transaction accelerators proposed by mining pools. The rest of the mystery concerns the user behavior of Bitcoin holders, and whether they would have an incentive to move the funds often.

Notice that the user has started a new line after "the solution is".
Dead giveaway.  Grin

https://cryptovest.com/reviews/bitcoin-fees-possible-solutions-and-scenarios/

The fee problem may also temporarily resolve by itself. In that case, Bitcoin may see just temporary spikes in activity, but in the long run users would be urged to be more economical with transactions. Also, some additional hashing power may clear the backlog for a while, allowing most transactions to go through.

So it even remains unknown if Bitcoin fees could be reliably tokenized, or other payment options offered. For now, the only option are limited transaction accelerators proposed by mining pools. The rest of the mystery concerns the user behavior of Bitcoin holders, and whether they would have an incentive to move the funds often.
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March 16, 2018, 06:01:21 AM
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Bitcoin is a virtual currency. It doesn’t exist in the kind of physical form that the currency & coin we’re used to exist in. It doesn’t even exist in a form as physical as Monopoly money. It’s electrons – not molecules.

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Anonymity, that is mostly the reasons. It is hard to trust really for the government with something so trivial and something that they can't regulate in their point of view. Though good example for this is Russia which banned Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies but look at them now who is recognizing and legalizing Bitcoin like Japan because they see the potential and can truly help them in the financial crisis they have been facing. I hope that other countries my see it as well.

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https://forum.primedice.com/topic/7247-why-bitcoin-is-not-supported-in-some-countries/

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Banks fear bitcoin, because they see its potential. Many banks have looked into the blockchain technology and are trying to replicate it...purely because the technology is so powerful and out-does all banks by people preference by far. The only reason bitcoin has not taken over yet, is because of the peoples unawareness of it.

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Not only banks but also government fears crypto currency. Banks fear bitcoin, because they see its potential. Many banks have looked into the blockchain technology and are trying to replicate it, purely because the technology is so powerful and out-does all banks by people preference by far. The only reason bitcoin has not taken over yet, is because of the peoples unawareness of it.
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March 17, 2018, 09:13:38 AM
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Account: cepedacharles29

Account was flagged in December, but still seems to be around and continues to copy-paste.

Example 1
Bitcoin cannot replace fiat but government will come up a different inorder to replace the fiat currency. Now a days we are seeing many people are using their payments through digital transactions mostly. So they will come up with a different currency

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Bitcoin cannot replace fiat but government will come up a different inorder to replace the fiat currency. Now a days we are seeing many people are using their payments through digital transactions mostly. So they will come up with a different currency.

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Actually I have a lot of plans with bitcoin, the most important thing I would do if getting a lot of income from bitcoin I would invest some of my income with bitcoin so I have assets for the future and I will open a new business for Unemployment makes them easier earning income for their daily lives. in addition I will meet the needs of my family life and help those around who have difficulty

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Actually I have a lot of plans with bitcoin, the most important thing I would do if getting a lot of income from bitcoin I would invest some of my income with bitcoin so I have assets for the future and I will open a new business for Unemployment makes them easier earning income for their daily lives. in addition I will meet the needs of my family life and help those around who have difficulty

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With current volatility, it can certainly seem that way. It's definitely a bubble that has grown very fast. Only time will tell I suppose, egulation being the big one to Watch out for. Perhaps regulators can make it a bubble if they so wish.

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With current volatility, it can certainly seem that way. It's definitely a bubble that has grown very fast. Only time will tell I suppose, egulation being the big one to Watch out for. Perhaps regulators can make it a bubble if they so wish.
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March 20, 2018, 08:34:32 PM
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Trading in my experience has been more profitable and take less turn around time for your resources.  Signature campaign usually runs for months!  Minimum amount of time in signature campaign is 2 months and it could go on up to 7months or more.  I would choose trading over signature campaign.

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Trading in my experience has been more profitable and take less turn around time for your resources.  Signature campaign usually runs for months!  Minimum amount of time in signature campaign is 2 months and it could go on up to 7months or more.  I would choose trading over signature campaign.

Example 2:
This one seems to be copied from another post, without any punctuation. Copy-pasters don't even seem to search for a good post to copy these days!
Crypto trading is very good so it never disappointed me ever and if i need some amount of money for trading i can use my digital wallet and i can use my crypto for many purposes so it is good for trading if you have much amount of bitcoin and some of altcoin then you are lucky because it is the time to buy bitcoin and if you have then you can become wealthy while holding of this is very good for good profits.

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Crypto trading is very good so it never disappointed me ever and if i need some amount of money for trading i can use my digital wallet and i can use my crypto for many purposes so it is good for trading if you have much amount of bitcoin and some of altcoin then you are lucky because it is the time to buy bitcoin and if you have then you can become wealthy while holding of this is very good for good profits.

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Holding strengthen the market and if you are selling you are contributing to the clash and for us to show that we support cryptocurrencies and that bitcoin is the future of money the best thing to do now is holding until bitcoin recover again. The whole point of holding is to reduce the possibilities of making mistakes by taking bad decisions, those that day trade are exposed to this risk more than anyone

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Holding strengthen the market and if you are selling you are contributing to the clash and for us to show that we support cryptocurrencies and that bitcoin is the future of money the best thing to do now is holding until bitcoin recover again. The whole point of holding is to reduce the possibilities of making mistakes by taking bad decisions, those that day trade are exposed to this risk more than anyone
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March 24, 2018, 09:32:27 PM
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Account accused of copy pasting: @NikaMo (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1518776)

I started a thread a few days back and checking through it I noticed that he had copy pasted one of my own comments in the thread. Not even being subtle about it, the full comment with no changes whatsoever.

My original post:

Not looking for specific projects necessarily, just a category that has the potential overall for the most growth. As I mentioned, I like privacy and AR/VR projects, but are there any other categories that have the potential to stand out? I guess finance is another one with massive potential, but think it's too early to tell which projects will emerge as the winners down the line.

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Not looking for specific projects necessarily, just a category that has the potential overall for the most growth. As I mentioned, I like privacy and AR/VR projects, but are there any other categories that have the potential to stand out? I guess finance is another one with massive potential, but think it's too early to tell which projects will emerge as the winners down the line.

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March 26, 2018, 05:43:45 AM
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The account cepedacharles29 and cepedacharles are alts.

Proof: They both use the twitter handle Charlescepeda7

Follow eroiy_coin Done
Post twitter account link https://twitter.com/Charlescepeda7
Post audit link https://www.twitteraudit.com/Charlescepeda7
Post # of your followers 1700
Post BTC Address 37WAtKj7MLuoEYN69gt9CCTLcyEEbo8sx8

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Retweets:
1 https://twitter.com/Eroiy_coin/status/960931607656960003
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1 https://twitter.com/Charlescepeda7/status/968125809318813696
2 https://twitter.com/Charlescepeda7/status/968125646579810304



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http://archive.is/iTe4e
http://archive.is/ckxVI

cepedacharles29 has already been banned for copy-pasting (report can be found in the previous posts of this thread). Clear case of ban evasion.
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March 26, 2018, 09:05:22 AM
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Account: abhishek273b

All of his posts are just copied And he just add with Emoticon

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Smiley They are not scam, I'm also using it for quite a while now and before I use it i also ask someone if this trading site was legit. I think they currently have problems in withdrawal on some of the token/coins. Like for example ETH, but now ETH issue with regards to withdrawal is already fixed and you can already withdraw your funds.
 Smiley

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They are not scam, I'm also using it for quite a while now and before I use it i also ask someone if this trading site was legit. I think they currently have problems in withdrawal on some of the token/coins. Like for example ETH, but now ETH issue with regards to withdrawal is already fixed and you can already withdraw your funds.

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Smiley  Yes this is possible and more than $50,000 will reach the price of Bitcoin, if China gets back on cryptocurrency and we all know how rich China are a lot of waiting investors on their country are waiting a perfect timing for entry. If that happens we will see Bitcoin to the moon. Smiley

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Yes this is possible and more than $50,000 will reach the price of Bitcoin, if China gets back on cryptocurrency and we all know how rich China are a lot of waiting investors on their country are waiting a perfect timing for entry. If that happens we will see Bitcoin to the moon.

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Smiley I read online that BTH is more faster and cheaper-fee than BTC, so why people are not migrating to BTH en mass?
I mean why Hodl BTC?? if there is an other so similar crypto but best-design...
thank
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I read online that BTH is more faster and cheaper-fee than BTC, so why people are not migrating to BTH en mass?
I mean why Hodl BTC?? if there is an other so similar crypto but best-design...
thank

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Smiley  There are too many of the ICO project, to be honest, I don't know how to choose a good ICO project, I just by the expert rating on icobench and telegram groud number to determine whether the ICO project is worth the investment.Smiley

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There are too many of the ICO project, to be honest, I don't know how to choose a good ICO project, I just by the expert rating on icobench and telegram groud number to determine whether the ICO project is worth the investment.
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March 26, 2018, 10:36:31 AM
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reported to moderator but also putting it here.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1067737

Same posts over and over on different threads.. Noticed it when he commented about the ICO on a pure mining coin thread..

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April 17, 2018, 09:36:51 PM
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Investing means buying an asset that actually creates products, services or cashflow, such as a profitable business or a rentable piece of real estate, for an extended period of time. An investment is something that has intrinsic value – that is, it would be worth owning from a financial perspective, even if you could never sell it.

To answer why bitcoin has become so big, we need to separate the usefulness of the underlying technology called “blockchain” from the mania of people turning bitcoin into a big dumb lottery. Blockchain is simply a nifty software invention (which is open-source and free for anyone to use), whereas bitcoin is just one well-known way to use it.

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April 19, 2018, 10:01:25 PM
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Another one.
It gives me more joy when an older account is busted for copy-pasting.
That way, the swamp is slowly getting cleaned.

The original

I think a lot of people know about bitcoin since it's in the mainstream and in different ads in social medias and different sites. I believe that most of the people around the world heard of it already but not all of them paid much attention and interest for it because to understant it, we would be needing a lot of explanations and explorations.

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I think a lot of people know about bitcoin since it's in the mainstream and in different ads in social medias and different sites. I believe that most of the people around the world heard of it already but not all of them paid much attention and interest for it because to understant it, we would be needing a lot of explanations and explorations.
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April 20, 2018, 06:32:28 AM
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A member account. People are plagiarizing even in the off-topic board.  Grin
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To be honest, I am not well known to myself. In other words, I still haven't discovered my passion and hence, myself. So, if doing something that gives your immense pleasure is the definition of a "hobby", I have many. I have used all of them to make money too. The list would include teaching, writing about random things (only to keep them to myself), motivating others even when I am in depression, and enjoying being an attention seeker. Weird. But true. People see me as a simple person. But "complicated" is my second name.

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