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September 24, 2015, 11:44:13 PM
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Beware - someone already registered my nickname on that forum. If someone there tries to make a deal it is not me.

hmm, that's a scary thought. scammers are always thinking of the next move.

that forum is a dead end, anyway. for any other forum to reach critical mass at this point (vs. bitcointalk) is basically impossible IMO. i doubt anyone is looking for a forum on bitcoin.org, nor would i want to associate with anything roger ver....

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September 24, 2015, 11:49:59 PM
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I don't like the site, and i don't like the fact that were once more spreading into mini-groups. One bitcoin forum is more than enough to keep things in one place and quickly accessable.
Next thing you know, we will have 99 btc forums, and none will matter anymore. Doubt there will be much exploiting of name leeching, but that's something that site owner could of consider,
like maybe if he himself reserved all taken usernames from here.

I agree, death to decentralization. Long live the theymos censorer.

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September 24, 2015, 11:53:15 PM
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One bitcoin forum is more than enough to keep things in one place and quickly accessable.

Well, not like we don't have multiple fora already.  There's bitcointalk and /r/bitcoin.
oh wait... they're both owned run by the same guy, so I guess that's cool.

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Next thing you know, we will have 99 btc forums

Horrors!  How would we get
to kill incorrect ideas and silence wrong opinions
to ban everyone we don't agree with or like
all our bitches tied to the same hiitchin' post
expertly moderate spammers and trolls?

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... like maybe if he himself reserved all taken usernames from here.


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One example that may already have happened is the registration of a user name of someone well known in the space by someone other than that actual person. If that is found to have happened, the user will be forced to change their user name, or to create a new account.


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September 25, 2015, 12:33:53 AM
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One bitcoin forum is more than enough to keep things in one place and quickly accessable.

Well, not like we don't have multiple fora already.  There's bitcointalk and /r/bitcoin.
oh wait... they're both owned run by the same guy, so I guess that's cool.

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Next thing you know, we will have 99 btc forums

Horrors!  How would we get
to kill incorrect ideas and silence wrong opinions
to ban everyone we don't agree with or like
all our bitches tied to the same hiitchin' post
expertly moderate spammers and trolls?

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... like maybe if he himself reserved all taken usernames from here.


When censorship will occur:
I intend to let any sort of honest discussion take place on this board, but overt attempts at fraud or deception will be dealt with.

One example that may already have happened is the registration of a user name of someone well known in the space by someone other than that actual person. If that is found to have happened, the user will be forced to change their user name, or to create a new account.


~~Comrade Napoleon, Father of All Animals, Terror of Mankind, Protector of the Sheep-fold.


ok, so i see you have a strong attitude against this forum, so why do you spend time here ?
You're not the first one to have different view on things, and criticizing Theymos, but i still don't see that censorship some of you talk about.
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September 25, 2015, 01:04:56 AM
Last edit: September 25, 2015, 01:18:08 AM by nrbfk
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ok, so i see you have a strong attitude against this forum, so why do you spend time here ?

Oh, where to begin...
You know there are people who continue living in countries ruled by dictators?  Strange but true.  Some too indifferent to move, some too lazy, some actually believe they could right the wrong, oust the malignant little control freak who usurped control of this forum, that it's worth doing, because fighting for what you believe in is... wait, did I say 'this forum'?  I meant 'their country.'  Country! Got carried away there Embarrassed

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You're not the first one to have different view on things, and criticizing Theymos, but i still don't see that censorship some of you talk about.

I'm also not the first one to say that 2+2=4; You don't see the censorship because you're not meant to see it; this forum is heavily moderated.
Duh.
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September 25, 2015, 01:15:03 AM
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Beware - someone already registered my nickname on that forum. If someone there tries to make a deal it is not me.

Yeah good idea.

I got my name just in case.

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September 25, 2015, 01:55:08 AM
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Beware - someone already registered my nickname on that forum. If someone there tries to make a deal it is not me.
and mine as well.  This is quite sad actually, I have no idea how to sign up now... Sad
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September 25, 2015, 09:35:07 AM
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I don't like the site, and i don't like the fact that were once more spreading into mini-groups. One bitcoin forum is more than enough to keep things in one place and quickly accessable.
Next thing you know, we will have 99 btc forums, and none will matter anymore. Doubt there will be much exploiting of name leeching, but that's something that site owner could of consider,
like maybe if he himself reserved all taken usernames from here.
I can't see a problem with there being several forums. In another niche I am a part of there are several hundreds of forums about it, the most successful ones stay alive while those with no new ideas die out. I don't see this as a problem whatsoever, nor do I see why this couldn't work with Bitcoin either.

As mentioned previously, while I have no problems with the moderation here, if these forums were to be censored it would be good to have another place to discuss such things on.
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September 25, 2015, 09:42:08 AM
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I guess it would be a good idea to sticky a thread somewhere here stating,, any deals possibly done on that forum with a trusted username from this forum should be asked to sign a message posted from a long time ago on this forum. You just know there is going to be trouble though doh

What use is a signature?
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September 25, 2015, 09:49:44 AM
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I guess it would be a good idea to sticky a thread somewhere here stating,, any deals possibly done on that forum with a trusted username from this forum should be asked to sign a message posted from a long time ago on this forum. You just know there is going to be trouble though doh
That would be useless if the deals are happening on the other forum, not here. It would be a better idea to sticky such a post on the other forum, rather than here.
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September 25, 2015, 11:31:56 AM
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I guess it would be a good idea to sticky a thread somewhere here stating,, any deals possibly done on that forum with a trusted username from this forum should be asked to sign a message posted from a long time ago on this forum. You just know there is going to be trouble though doh
That would be useless if the deals are happening on the other forum, not here. It would be a better idea to sticky such a post on the other forum, rather than here.

Hardly usless when anyone that goes to that forum would more than likely have come from and spent days here, in the meantime would of had a very high chance of seeing it. Also the scammer will likely refer them to this forum to check their so called feedback. But yes a sticky on that forum would also be helpful.

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September 25, 2015, 11:56:29 AM
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I have registered my name 1Referee there just in case. I'm not going to use it, but at least it can't be used by fools to scam innocent people.

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September 25, 2015, 01:02:57 PM
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I registered but didn't receive an activation email. At least now it can't be used by a scammer.  Grin

I find bitcoin.com forum very difficult to catch the thread titles because the original poster and date are under the title. They should modify the theme to have those two lines in a different colour.
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September 25, 2015, 09:25:16 PM
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I registered but didn't receive an activation email. At least now it can't be used by a scammer.  Grin

I find bitcoin.com forum very difficult to catch the thread titles because the original poster and date are under the title. They should modify the theme to have those two lines in a different colour.
I registered and the activation email was sent to me about 8 hours later, it might be manual or just delayed.

Doesn't look like there is too much context there yet.
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September 26, 2015, 01:58:08 AM
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site is not very active anyway, just Bitcoin.com domain may mislead newbies if they find the site
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September 26, 2015, 02:21:47 AM
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site is not very active anyway, just Bitcoin.com domain may mislead newbies if they find the site
actually more active than you think, i have been seeing a few links to that forum here
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September 27, 2015, 09:41:15 AM
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I don't think staff from here would be interested participating on a forum hosted by Ver but it's good that the usernames remain unred the hands of someone that isn't a scammer or at least aren't used.
Does not seem so. BitcoinTalk forum mod EAL is also a mod at forum.bitcoin.com.
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September 27, 2015, 10:00:47 AM
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I also registered an account there, with the same nickname: redsn0w  (the problem is that I didn't receive an activation email).
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September 29, 2015, 11:03:28 AM
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I registered and the activation email was sent to me about 8 hours later, it might be manual or just delayed.

Mine was also EXACTLY 8 hours late and was filtered to spam folder. My account is activated now.

I also registered an account there, with the same nickname: redsn0w  (the problem is that I didn't receive an activation email).

You can request a resend of the activation email on the login page.
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September 29, 2015, 11:38:40 AM
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Registered. Smiley


I registered and the activation email was sent to me about 8 hours later, it might be manual or just delayed.

Mine was also EXACTLY 8 hours late and was filtered to spam folder. My account is activated now.

Mine was instant.
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