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April 27, 2018, 01:39:35 PM
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To the attention of project teams and Bounty managers(%). Unfortunately, Twitter joined Facebook, Google, Instagram, etc. and also forbade direct ICO and cryptocurrency promotion. With this regard, the projects need to look for alternative ways, so as to bring information about themselves to potentional investors. One of available means to solve this problem is retwitts of your twitts by accounts with a large number of investors. We would like to suggest one of such accounts for the projects, looking for promotion on Twitter. 31000 followers. We gather their institutional and mostly private investors / creditors / lenders, who make long-term and short-terms investments both in fiat and cryptocurrency. These are people (primarly English speakers), who invest in real estate, small and medium business, private loans (p2p platforms), cryptocurrency projects. We gather people for our own purposes, we are preparing for ICO of our own project, so we don't chase after the quantity of followers, do not gather followers indiscriminately, but prefer the quality of the followers, looking for potential investors particularly. We regularly identify airdroppers, bounty hunters, "follow just to follow" accounts and other random persons who often follow us, clear them out and ban them. The details of potential co-operation can be discussed through personal messages.  https://twitter.com/BMBC_online_inv

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April 28, 2018, 04:01:46 PM
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There were several private messages asking me the following questions. How do we filter out bounty hunters and other random persons from real investors? And why is it more profitable to contact us for advertising then ordinary bounty hunters? I think it's better to answer publicly.

Bounty hunters who are aimed at gathering followers as quickly as possible put #bounty or #followback or similar tags in their profiles, in order to quickly find others of their kind, mutually follow each other and dazzle the customer with the number of followers. What investor will follow a bounty hunter? None. Investors follow only potentially interesting projects, in order to take a closer look, learn more about the project and they are indifferent to whether the project followed them back or not. Bounty hunters are followed by other bounty hunters only and this following is necessarily mutual. Therefore, advertising with their help is not advertising, but advertising imitation, such a void activity, senseless waste of customers money.

Bounty hunters follow us constantly of course, but we do not follow them in response, because we do not need them. And in 3-5 days they all defollow themselves. We don't worry about the number of followers, we do not need it, we are not going to participate in bounty campaigns as ordinary bounty hunters. We are not going to clutter up our newsfeed with mass retweets. We will retweet other people's projects selectively in a very measured way. We consider this only to be a small additional monetization of the account, which in no way should hamper the main task. We collect potential investors for our project, we are getting prepared for our ICO. And we can easily tell a bounty hunter from a real investor. And we follow only the latter, only those who do not actually need it. And we do not follow those who need only this from us. In addition, bounty hunters on Twitter are constantly being banned. And we have a special program that allows us to track which of the followers has been banned and why. This is the second barrier enabling us to filter out unnecessary followers, people pursuing non-investment, but marketing goals. That's why we offer our services to those projects who need advertising among potential investors. And what about those who want mass retweets of bounty hunters for bounty hunters - it's not for us.

Customers should be well aware of the difference between shearing a sheep and a pig. In the first case, there is a lot of wool and little squeal.  And in the second case, on the contrary - a lot of squeal and little wool. Advertising with the help of bounty hunters is just the second case. And we have a target audience and we ask a very reasonable price for our services.

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April 29, 2018, 11:47:46 AM
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The were several questions through private messages asking about prices and other conditions. The conditions are simple: tweets are excluded, we make tweets only for our project. Only likes and retweeets of your tweets regarding cryptocurrency and investing (in a broad sense) topics are available. A small number of tweets per project is preferred (1-3 or a liitle bit more, but with a time gap then), only the most important ones, as we don't want much spam to our audience. Investors are very demanding people, if the newsfeed is overloaded, they can begin to defollow us, and we don't want this. Advanced payment is required. The most convenient way is by fiat through PayPal. There is no fixed price list. The price is a topic to discuss. It depends on the number and topic of your tweets/project. We are open to discuss your proposals.

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June 12, 2018, 05:20:55 PM
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