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January 28, 2017, 04:41:05 AM
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January 28, 2017, 04:43:52 AM
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Why?  Has he ever done anything that would disqualify him as a manager?  I have yet to see anything.  The sting operation obviously went badly, but the smear campaign after the fact is going badly, too.  People just don't want to see the drama end.

Anyone thinking OP is yet another QS alt account?  Yep, thought so.
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January 28, 2017, 06:35:48 AM
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Why even reply to these cowards?  Let the thread die.

If someone with community standing has something to say, let them.

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January 28, 2017, 06:37:38 AM
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Do you agree with this?

It's actually not up to anyone on the forums to do that , It's only Bitmixer owner who have the right to do so and for the moment , I doubt he is planning to do that.

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January 28, 2017, 06:38:01 AM
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I agree that Lauda shouldn't be staff until he/she recognise their mistakes but as a campaign manager, Lauda is a bloody legend. If it's not Lauda, it'll be some sucky wannabee.

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January 28, 2017, 10:48:40 AM
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Hi ByeByeGreenTrus. I dare you to post this from your real account.
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January 28, 2017, 11:17:43 AM
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Do you agree with this?

Actually I agree Lauda get a lot of red trust, because cases of collusion.

But, why do you post on topic of trade discussions? There is a thread of complaints (meta). I think you really hate Lauda, you create some new accounts, then spreading hatred in many threads. Don't be so stupid if you not like someone.

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January 28, 2017, 12:45:49 PM
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Do you agree with this?
The one will agree with this are those spammers including scammers that was tainted with red given by lauda. And after all lauda is really big help to the forum. And as what OmegaStarScream said only bitmixer has the right to do that as that's the only signature campaign he's managing.

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January 28, 2017, 01:13:59 PM
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To everyone that tries to take advantage of recent events and damage Lauda's reputation:

I haven't seen any other campaign manager that could manage campaigns better than Lauda does (and this comes from a former campaign manager, in case some don't recall me). He actually reads comments and keep track of participants (something many tend to forget, the moment they accept users and some pretend that they do it). People in general hate someone that do their job, the way they supposed to and that's the case here. He gets paid to manage the campaign and not to become a popular figure by accepting or making little to no efforts in tracking what everyone does.

Not sure if you're someone that got kicked out of the campaign (Bitmixer) or just someone that tries to connect every single dot (just so you could ruin Lauda's reputation) but if you're the latter, don't mix things up.

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January 28, 2017, 03:02:53 PM
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Anyone thinking OP is yet another QS alt account? 
No. I have a fairly decent idea who you are though.


If Lauda is willing to abuse information that would make others vulnerable for his own profit, then who is to say that he would not be willing to abuse his other positions for his own profit.

I will just leave this up here:
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August 19 22:29:49 <Lauda> Nah, I troll people that look vulnerable

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January 28, 2017, 08:22:15 PM
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People in general hate someone that do their job, the way they supposed to and that's the case here.
This.

It's mind boggling how people turn against Lauda just because he's doing his job at managing a signature campaign the the way it should be managed, strict and fair.

Lauda's Bitmixer takeover was a needed action as hundreds of participants were just spamming nonsense throughout the forum to get their payment at the end of every round.

Spamming in general was such an issue, that mods were even discussing the option of wiping out paid signatures entirely. It just shows how critical the situation was.

I am not sure what the stance of moderators is regarding that right now, but it seems SMAS did a damn good job at preventing that from happening.

If you look back and see what effect SMAS has on this forum, then I can only applaud Lauda and the other connected managers for their work.

Of course there is still spamming going on, but significantly less than in the times before SMAS. That's why there are people being added to the blacklist from time to time.

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January 28, 2017, 09:48:05 PM
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It's mind boggling how people turn against Lauda just because he's doing his job at managing a signature campaign the the way it should be managed, strict and fair.

I wouldn't say "people" - it's just Quickseller.

He knows if he posts with his main, people will instantly disregard what he says, and rightfully so.

So he makes up alt after alt for his useless attacks, and PEOPLE fall for it.  Just ignore new accounts and the troll will go away.

Remember, Quickseller has denied being every alt we proved he was.

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January 29, 2017, 05:35:29 AM
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Remember, Quickseller has denied being every alt we proved he was.
You remember wrong. I once implied that I was banned when I was not, however I have never lived about who my alts are (since it is no ones business I don't volunteer this information either).

As I mentioned previously, Lauda has already abused his position of having information that would make someone vulnerable and tried to profit from said information.

Lauda has also shown that he is power hungry and has absolutely no problem doing as he wishes regardless of the consequences bestowed upon others as a result of his actions.

This is also not the first time that Lauda has admitted to extorting someone so I don't see any reason why he wouldn't do it again in the future to someone else who is vulnerable.

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January 29, 2017, 05:42:57 AM
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People in general hate someone that do their job, the way they supposed to and that's the case here.
This.

It's mind boggling how people turn against Lauda just because he's doing his job at managing a signature campaign the the way it should be managed, strict and fair.

Lauda's Bitmixer takeover was a needed action as hundreds of participants were just spamming nonsense throughout the forum to get their payment at the end of every round.

Spamming in general was such an issue, that mods were even discussing the option of wiping out paid signatures entirely. It just shows how critical the situation was.

I am not sure what the stance of moderators is regarding that right now, but it seems SMAS did a damn good job at preventing that from happening.

If you look back and see what effect SMAS has on this forum, then I can only applaud Lauda and the other connected managers for their work.

Of course there is still spamming going on, but significantly less than in the times before SMAS. That's why there are people being added to the blacklist from time to time.
Lauda is neither strict nor fair about how he conducts business.

He will frequently take different actions against two people who are in similar situations for unknown (or more accurately no business reason).

Bitmixer was a previously unmanaged campaign so adding any manager would have drastically improved the quality of posts of those in the campaign. So it does not make sense to compare the bitmixer campaign now to how it was without a campaign manager. It would be more accurate to compare the bitmixer campaign to other managed signature campaigns while taking into consideration unintended consequences (and consequences that Lauda simply doesn't care about- which are many).

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January 29, 2017, 10:10:21 AM
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People in general hate someone that do their job, the way they supposed to and that's the case here.
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Lauda is neither strict nor fair about how he conducts business.

He will frequently take different actions against two people who are in similar situations for unknown (or more accurately no business reason).

Bitmixer was a previously unmanaged campaign so adding any manager would have drastically improved the quality of posts of those in the campaign. So it does not make sense to compare the bitmixer campaign now to how it was without a campaign manager. It would be more accurate to compare the bitmixer campaign to other managed signature campaigns while taking into consideration unintended consequences (and consequences that Lauda simply doesn't care about- which are many).
I am looking at the total picture when I say he is strict and fair. If I compare the way Lauda is running the Bitmixer campaign, then it's obvious that Lauda runs the campaign stricter than other managers.

Every manager handles their campaigns in a different way of course, but in some cases people get accepted into other SMAS managers campaigns while I know they would not last a week in the Bitmixer campaign.

And that's why people get upset with Lauda. If you know beforehand that you'll face hard times with Lauda when it comes to joining Bitmixer, then simply join a different campaign.

Lauda is known for going rough against spammers, and that's of course why Lauda's efforts get praised. Resistance is pointless. Lauda even offers you to improve your quality where you can have your account reviewed again. If that isn't fair then I don't know what is.

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January 29, 2017, 10:10:50 AM
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Yes.....

No.....


Maybe.....

No. I dont know.
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January 29, 2017, 10:37:32 AM
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You remember wrong. I once implied that I was banned when I was not, however I have never lied about who my alts are

Quickseller lies again.  Smiley

tspacepilot outed panthers52 as your alt here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1171059.0

You denied panthers52 is your alt in the same thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1171059.msg12332658#msg12332658

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Tspacepilot, you are a scammer and a troll. You are an idiot for thinking you can find my unknown alts. You are an asshole and are wrong. I am looking forward to when karma catches up to you.

Took me 10 seconds to find that.  If I cared, I would reveal every other alt you once denied you were.

You lied then, you lie now.

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January 29, 2017, 11:41:16 AM
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Do you agree with this?

It is up to Bitmixer to decide...
The funny part is seeing many topics about Lauda created by brand new accounts in few days.

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January 30, 2017, 04:45:29 AM
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Anyone else notice that when Quickseller gets caught in a lie, he stops posting for a few days?

It's a nice break, but as long as there are coins to be scammed, he will be back, no matter how little he is trusted.

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February 07, 2017, 03:12:26 AM
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Anyone else notice that when Quickseller gets caught in a lie, he stops posting for a few days?

It's a nice break, but as long as there are coins to be scammed, he will be back, no matter how little he is trusted.

That you are staying and watching everything what is around Bitcointalk, doesn't mean that others don't have nothing to do. People have own life.

I don't think that this guy escape, i think that you just use moment to discredit him. And don't take this personally. I'm here not to fight - personally i like you... anyway i don't know why .. Smiley

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