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October 22, 2016, 12:25:14 AM
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Lutpin, Great man; You control many campaign simultaneously  ! Good Work !! Best of Luck


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October 24, 2016, 01:58:35 AM
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Hello.

I am fairly new to BitcoinTalk..

I have been active on Crypto-Games for almost 2 months, where Lutpin has the privileged of dealing with us as our Moderator..

Lutpin's Stats for CG are pretty impressive.. I would say that he runs a good campaign.

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I've also browsed the forums and came across Lutpin's Signature campaign.

replies are consistently positive and I would not call this guy a scammer... The attitude is mostly toward people who deserve it. Anybody willing to listen will understand his wisdom..

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1082477.0

I would recommend Lutpin - for what my newbie status is worth..

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Congratulations, Sir Lutpin. It is true, he is a great manager and was reputed member of Bitcointalk family from the time I joined.
I have a question in mind, some of the coins, where you worked hard as a campaign manager, are dead or forgotten. Was your effort useless for them? Again, what do you do if a campaign manager refuses to pay you the fees for the members every week?

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November 28, 2016, 07:41:13 AM
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Congratulations, Sir Lutpin. It is true, he is a great manager and was reputed member of Bitcointalk family from the time I joined.
Thanks Smiley

I have a question in mind
There's a lot of potential for discussion in the two short questions you've posted.
Let me try to give a brief (or not so brief, upon rereading my draft) answer to each, without getting too far into details and examples (I still got a little, sorry),
but still one that should give you sufficient information (not trying to textwall this thread).

some of the coins, where you worked hard as a campaign manager, are dead or forgotten. Was your effort useless for them?
When a project fails, there are several possible reasons for it. In the rarest cases, one thing is solely responsible.

I always try to set up the best possible campaign, or what I (based on my experience) think to be the best possible campaign.
In many cases, that works out pretty good, for example with CryptoGames, we're running since June 2015 now and when we ran into problems, we found a way to adjust the campaign. If the effort would have been useless, that campaign would have been cancled a long time ago.

A few other examples would be OneHash and HeatLedger, both terminated campaigns of mine, but also both successful projects (last I checked).
HeatLedger simply had served it's time, the ICO was over and there were little resons to continue a big budget campaign for the coin. We had created a lot of awareness for the ICO though (still doing alright: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/heat-ledger/).
OneHash was from the beginning designed to be a short, introductory campaign, and when we completed that time, the campaign had been "completed". Today, the site is doing a lot better than before they ran the campaign.

But I guess the campaigns you're after are none of those, you speak of failed coins, so it probably is either Opair or SocialKapital (no offense to the guys involved with those projects).
Both campaigns went alright, at least from my pov, however, with both projects there have been some unrelated problems, things I couldn't influence, besides the task of advertising which I was a part of.
I'm not really keen on discussing those problems in this thread (it's not directly related to the campaigns), but there were certainly other reasons for the projects standing where they are today.
Maybe I'm partly to blame aswell, can't rule it out, but be sure I did the best I could, as I always try to do.

Even though those projects might be considered "failed" by some, I wouldn't call my efforts useless. I ran a nice campaign with each of them and the participants were quite happy about that. In the end, I can't guarantee a projects success via an advertising campaign alone, but if we're talking about the right project, I can certainly help it being successful by running a campaign with them.

Again, what do you do if a campaign manager refuses to pay you the fees for the members every week?
A decent amount of my campaigns are escrowed by myself (currently, 3 of 6 are). I usually prefer to run campaigns in this way, as it not only ensures payments, it also eases up the process for both me and the advertiser. Hence my initial suggestion is always to escrow funds with me (or another escrow of their choise).
Some advertisers don't want to do this or can't. The campaigns I run without escrowed funds currently are CryptoGames/CryptoNews and BetKing.
For CG/CN, I've been working together with them for over a year now, I have no doubt they take the campaigns as serious as I am and they will make payments to the point, as they have done in the last 18 months.
BetKing currently is in control of over 6000BTC of users funds invested in their bankroll, I'm not worrying about them misjudging their responsibility for payments either.

That being said, in the end, users know the risk of joining an unescrowed campaign. In case of any payment disputes (/missing funds/missing advertisers/...), I'm going to do my best to make sure everyone gets what they are owed (like I did with opair, if you want to catch up on that), but I can't guarantee it. I would love to, but I can not. There stays a little risk.
So far, I never had to face this situation. I'm pretty sure I won't have to in the future, but never say never (right?).



I hope that answers your questions sufficiently.

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December 05, 2016, 11:59:01 AM
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Not that my word carries any weight here or means a lot but I can vouch for Lutpin's expertise in managing signature campaigns.

I've been in the 777Dice Sig Campaign for a long time, Lutpin has been managing the campaign for a while now & payments are always on time, he manages the campaign very well.

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December 08, 2016, 01:58:40 AM
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Hello.

To Sour Thunder,
Advertising Campaign is what Lutpin manages. It is not in his hands if the project/coin/site succeed or fail in due time. As answered by him, there are factors(several of them really) aside from advertising that can make the project/coin/site a success/failure.

Lutpin and Yahoo are dead-serious in their jobs as managers. I see posts of both of them from time to time as I scan for quality reads. If ever the project/coin/site that Lutpin managed did not go very successful, he still did his task .


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December 08, 2016, 07:57:18 AM
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thanks to this post Lutpin keep it up im looking for work and i saw your thread so i will make reviews where i can join sig camp that is fit me
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December 14, 2016, 07:31:58 PM
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probably one of my inspiration to pursue my management service, Aside from yahoo tho  lol Grin I wonder how much  do you gain to every campaign that you managed(Im just being practical tho  Wink)

keep up the good work tho
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December 18, 2016, 09:52:39 PM
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As someone who is paid a higher amount then most people in the bitvest sig campaign Lutpin has always made sure to send me a message about the wallet needing to be filled to pay me out.
Most other sigs i have been involved with I'm lucky if i even got a reply in a few days but he is good on answering back when it deals with payments.

He seems very responsible and actually looks through all the posts people make to make sure people aren't just spamming i would recommend him to take on your campaign.



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December 27, 2016, 06:33:34 PM
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you deserve to be commended, sir, for your integrity is very remarkable, and why I wanted to join the camp bitvest.io sign it because I was so inspired by your sir, and want to be bitcoiner like you, and want to be in your management sir.
applause for your sir
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December 27, 2016, 08:35:52 PM
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May contact you soon about setting up a small signature campaign for one of my services soon. You seem like you do well with the camps you run but would you work with running a small low paying one?

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December 27, 2016, 08:41:54 PM
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May contact you soon about setting up a small signature campaign for one of my services soon. You seem like you do well with the camps you run but would you work with running a small low paying one?
I ran quite a few campaigns I'd now consider small, OneHash being one example.
While I now focus on bigger/long term projects mostly, I'm always open to pick up something else for a time.
Let me know what you got in mind, and I'll tell you if I'm the guy for it Smiley

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December 29, 2016, 06:16:09 AM
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who is the Lutpin in both of them?  Grin Grin Grin

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January 01, 2017, 11:52:57 PM
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who is the Lutpin in both of them?
The one having an eye on everything.

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January 02, 2017, 01:10:01 AM
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Lutpin is a great campaign manager. I don't know how he handles it all, but he's a miracle worker for sure.

Seriously though. This isn't the only place he "works" at.

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January 03, 2017, 05:51:19 PM
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Lutpin keep it up im looking for work and i saw your thread so i will make reviews where i can join sig camp that is fit me
Not that my word carries any weight here or means a lot but I can vouch for Lutpin's expertise in managing signature campaigns.
I've been in the 777Dice Sig Campaign for a long time, Lutpin has been managing the campaign for a while now & payments are always on time, he manages the campaign very well.
keep up the good work tho
He seems very responsible and actually looks through all the posts people make to make sure people aren't just spamming i would recommend him to take on your campaign.
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Lutpin is a great campaign manager. I don't know how he handles it all, but he's a miracle worker for sure.
Seriously though. This isn't the only place he "works" at.
Thank you.

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January 08, 2017, 12:51:31 PM
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Thank you for that beautiful answer, sir.

Hello.

To Sour Thunder,
Advertising Campaign is what Lutpin manages. It is not in his hands if the project/coin/site succeed or fail in due time. As answered by him, there are factors(several of them really) aside from advertising that can make the project/coin/site a success/failure.
Lutpin and Yahoo are dead-serious in their jobs as managers. I see posts of both of them from time to time as I scan for quality reads. If ever the project/coin/site that Lutpin managed did not go very successful, he still did his task .
I agree with your point but there are some people who would blame anyone and everyone when they find out they've been working for 2 weeks under a Campaign only to find their help coins worth 0.002BTC. The next thing they do is look for the OP of the Campaign thread. They don't understand the difference between a Campaign Manager and the Owner of the Campaign. They leave a negative trust under the Manager's name.

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A decent amount of my campaigns are escrowed by myself (currently, 3 of 6 are). I usually prefer to run campaigns in this way, as it not only ensures payments, it also eases up the process for both me and the advertiser. Hence my initial suggestion is always to escrow funds with me (or another escrow of their choise).
Suppose I don't have enough trust as you. My main account is Sr. Member. What is the minimum amount I should hold from the campaign manager besides the Escrow while running the campaign? Also, when does the Escrow pay the users? Can I ask him to pay a fraction of his amount to the users if the Owner is late in his payments? I am saying this because earlier I ran a campaign and a delayed payment from the owner had me in trouble Tongue

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January 09, 2017, 06:59:26 PM
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I agree with your point but there are some people who would blame anyone and everyone when they find out they've been working for 2 weeks under a Campaign only to find their help coins worth 0.002BTC. The next thing they do is look for the OP of the Campaign thread. They don't understand the difference between a Campaign Manager and the Owner of the Campaign. They leave a negative trust under the Manager's name.
I've yet to come across a case where I could not find a solution to get the users paid. (Knocking on wood here) Ideally, I never will have to.

Suppose I don't have enough trust as you. My main account is Sr. Member. What is the minimum amount I should hold from the campaign manager besides the Escrow while running the campaign?
It depends.
Holding coins for more rounds means you have less troubles reminding to get your escrow restocked (or maybe even forgetting about it), for example, I'm holding funds sufficient for at least 6 rounds (=weeks) at BitBlender now.
On the other hand, it also means the runner has to trust you with more funds, and you have to take good care of them. I got other escrows I have restocked every other week.
As a bare minimum, I'd say you should hold funds sufficient for 2 weeks (+transaction fees/your fees), in some cases, that however can be ignored (for example if the campaign is scheduled to end after one).

Also, when does the Escrow pay the users?
Depends if the escrow setup is active or passive. An active escrow should pay users asap after the payment schedule is available.
A passive escrow should only get involved in the worst case.

Can I ask him to pay a fraction of his amount to the users if the Owner is late in his payments? I am saying this because earlier I ran a campaign and a delayed payment from the owner had me in trouble
That's a case to case situation you have to figure out for yourself, best with the help of the escrow.
There's no definitive answer as to at what point an escrow (if passive) should get involved.
In the end, the decision comes down to the escrow (and the manager).

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January 09, 2017, 07:16:55 PM
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Hello,

I was browsing over the forum the other day when I bumped into a OROcoin's thread and have been urging the Rep to have you as escrow and campaign manager and the Rep said he contacted you.

I hope he did. I can't put the link here atm coz im using a jurassic mobile phone but Im sure you can find it. Smiley

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January 10, 2017, 09:40:50 PM
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I was browsing over the forum the other day when I bumped into a OROcoin's thread and have been urging the Rep to have you as escrow and campaign manager and the Rep said he contacted you. I hope he did.
They had contacted me a while ago, yes.

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