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December 06, 2016, 08:39:55 PM
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Normally I do not post about other users, but I believe this user's current bumping and postings is
very excessive.

This user "staff_1307", has been bumping old and semi-old threads today with single sentence comments
that I think are worthless and do not really add to the conversations. Since the bumping, many regular
users have followed and created many postings since. I do not know if all those additional posts from
other users should be deleted, but I do believe Staff_1307 deserves a ban.

User's profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=878032

I would have just used "Report to Moderator", but I would have marked nearly every post,
and assume that would be pretty annoying for the mods to deal with, so thus I posted this here.


So please take a look at this user's postings and discuss.

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December 06, 2016, 11:16:06 PM
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Banned(a permanent ban will follow if he continues). Thanks for the heads up.

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December 07, 2016, 02:12:25 PM
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Probably a bought/farmed account.

The following post stands out. All his other posts are one liners and then there's this that seems like an extract of another and looks like it could be copy and pasted but can't find anything:

Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (outdoor) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your purse, the second (personal) - is known only to you.


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December 08, 2016, 12:57:58 AM
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Probably a bought/farmed account.

The following post stands out. All his other posts are one liners and then there's this that seems like an extract of another and looks like it could be copy and pasted but can't find anything:

Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (outdoor) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your purse, the second (personal) - is known only to you.

I couldn't find any either. My guess that it has been translated from another language using an automatic translator.
That would explain "public" getting converted into "outdoor".  Tongue
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December 08, 2016, 01:18:26 AM
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Wow, those are some seriously garbag-ey posts.  I thought Secondstrade was becoming a little more discriminating in their campaign.  A lot of these are using a translator program I'm sure.  They all come across as empty and uninteresting posts.  In fact, I feel filthy for having spent time actually reading them.
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December 08, 2016, 02:08:40 AM
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Probably a bought/farmed account.

The following post stands out. All his other posts are one liners and then there's this that seems like an extract of another and looks like it could be copy and pasted but can't find anything:

Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (outdoor) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your purse, the second (personal) - is known only to you.

I couldn't find any either. My guess that it has been translated from another language using an automatic translator.
That would explain "public" getting converted into "outdoor".  Tongue

 I'm not so sure this was the work of an automatic translator.   I was trying to find a Romanian adjective for "slow" today to describe the service at a restaurant and there were (and still are) a plethora of choices:

lent: slow, sluggish, deliberate, easy-going
încet: slow, sluggish, low, easy, soft, leisurely
greoi: heavy, slow, unwieldy, bearish, dull, ponderous
domol: slow, mild, quiet, leisurely
molcom: slow
linistit: quiet, peaceful, calm, tranquil, still, slow
molatic: slow, spineless, flabby, weak, remiss, heavy
tacticos: leisurely, tranquil, slow, calm, steady
greu de cap: blunt, slow, doltish, thick-headed, wooden-headed
alene: slow, sleepy, drowsy, slacky

 So without some context or a native speaker to help you out, you're pretty much tossing a coin.
In fairness, most of the people doing this type of posting are living in areas like the Philippines and Indonesia where 0.035 BTC translates to about a tenth of the average monthly wage, you can't blame these people for trying.  Some of them are better at English than others and some of them will get banned.  The ones who don't get banned can seriously improve their lot in life.  Reporting and discouraging this type of poster is one thing but let's not disparage them.

Wow, those are some seriously garbag-ey posts.  I thought Secondstrade was becoming a little more discriminating in their campaign.  A lot of these are using a translator program I'm sure.  They all come across as empty and uninteresting posts.  In fact, I feel filthy for having spent time actually reading them.
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December 08, 2016, 04:36:32 AM
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Probably a bought/farmed account.

The following post stands out. All his other posts are one liners and then there's this that seems like an extract of another and looks like it could be copy and pasted but can't find anything:

Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (outdoor) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your purse, the second (personal) - is known only to you.
That's almost certainly created by an automatic thesaurus to break plagiarism detection.

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December 08, 2016, 10:56:37 AM
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Wow, those are some seriously garbag-ey posts.  I thought Secondstrade was becoming a little more discriminating in their campaign.  A lot of these are using a translator program I'm sure.  They all come across as empty and uninteresting posts.  In fact, I feel filthy for having spent time actually reading them.

In their defence I don't think they accepted him (or haven't got around to it yet).

Probably a bought/farmed account.

The following post stands out. All his other posts are one liners and then there's this that seems like an extract of another and looks like it could be copy and pasted but can't find anything:

Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (outdoor) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your purse, the second (personal) - is known only to you.
That's almost certainly created by an automatic thesaurus to break plagiarism detection.

You're probably right but I still can't find any hits.

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Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (public) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your wallet, the second (private) - is known only to you.

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December 08, 2016, 05:00:07 PM
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Probably a bought/farmed account.

The following post stands out. All his other posts are one liners and then there's this that seems like an extract of another and looks like it could be copy and pasted but can't find anything:

Formally, Bitcoin can be broken, but this is unlikely, because the transaction in the virtual currency Bitcoin does not require the disclosure of personal data, as a system of two keys: a public key and private. The first (outdoor) is open to anyone who knows the address number of your purse, the second (personal) - is known only to you.

I couldn't find any either. My guess that it has been translated from another language using an automatic translator.
That would explain "public" getting converted into "outdoor".  Tongue

I'm not so sure this was the work of an automatic translator.   I was trying to find a Romanian adjective for "slow" today to describe the service at a restaurant and there were (and still are) a plethora of choices:

My vote would be for Russian, since this user has posted in Russian boards prior to this.
The sentence construction of his other posts also indicates that this user is probably framing his sentences in another language.

It is very difficult to answer this question, I think the government is unlikely to make my country Bitcoin illegal, but if it happened, I would have tried to somehow support his legal manner.
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