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March 22, 2017, 07:09:04 PM
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Yep, because you're such a trustworthy guy people will take your words for it:Trust: -4: -2 / +0
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augur is a joke. i can blow your trust level to look like a rosie odonells period if i wanted to.

Why though? I mean Ethereum seems to be a steadily growing currency which is sort of connected with Augur quite a lot. How could it happen that "the good Ethereum" is in such a close connection to the "bad Augur"? I'm just asking since all the threads here are not really giving answers regarding the connection and also the bad reputation of Augur. Also I can't give any advice on Augur myself since I don't have any practical experience with it..
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March 22, 2017, 10:57:56 PM
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Because he doesn't own any ardor tokens. Or he hopes to buy them cheap. I do not own ardor tokens too but i have higher moral values and won't attempt to fud hoping i'd make people sell lol.
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