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February 06, 2018, 11:58:24 AM
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Newbie mai_ngoc tries to be "constructive" by copy/pasting. Please end his posting career.

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On October 25th, the Bitcoin blockchain is set to hard fork and create a new cryptocurrency called Bitcoin Gold (BTG).Existing private keys holding a Bitcoin balance at that time will be credited with the same amount of Bitcoin Gold on November 1st, similar to how they received Bitcoin Cash at the beginning of August. A wallet for Bitcoin Gold may not be available in time, however, which could cause a delay of up to a few weeks before holders will be able to use the new coins.
The driving force behind Bitcoin Gold is a team of developers, miners, and other contributors led by Jack Liao, the CEO of Hong Kong mining manufacturer LightningAsic. His financial partner in the endeavor is known simply as Wubi, a Chinese mining tycoon and owner of Chinese Bitcoin news portal Jinse.com. The project’s anonymous lead developer goes by the name H4x3rotab, and several other developers and contributors can be found inside the project’s GitHub project and slack channel.
Deemed a “friendly fork” by the development team, many differences in this copy of Bitcoin make it less like Bitcoin Cash and more like a complimentary accessory to Bitcoin. H4x3rotab explained to Brave New Coin that there are “vested interests who benefit from blocking upcoming upgrades of Bitcoin by making hard forks like C-cash, D-cash, or SegWit4x and SegWit8x.”
His team’s plan to combat this ongoing attack is to have Bitcoin Gold take a similar, supporting role to Bitcoin, much like Litecoin did for the segwit upgrade when it deployed segwit first. However, unlike Litecoin, which has shorter block times and uses a mining algorithm that is different but still allows for ASICs, Bitcoin Gold “is also a real blockchain to pilot Bitcoin upgrades,” H4x3rotab says.

Original: https://bravenewcoin.com/news/bitcoin-gold-a-friendly-dividend-fork-or-bitcoins-disaster-recovery-plan/

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February 06, 2018, 05:17:44 PM
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Sr. Member oegarod decided it's time to create his first topic. Unfortunately, it's copied from CNN:

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The Korea Customs Service (KCS) has revealed an investigation into illicit Forex trading practices, and uncovered $600 million (637.5 billion won) worth cryptocurrencies that were exchanged illegally in South Korea.

The statement further disclosed four instances of illegal tradings. In the first case, money was transferred from Japan to an unknown country whereby 53.7 billion won were sent to another person/entity using cryptocurrencies. In the second case, funds worth 472.3 billion Korean won were exchanged between Australia and South Korea. KCS explained that transferring funds between countries with the sole purpose of avoiding bank and remittance fees is considered illegal.

In the third case, foreign currency was sent to an overseas organization (as cryptocurrencies) which were then converted and remitted to the recipient. In the fourth case, funds worth 164.7 billion won were received by a paper company, citing ‘purchase of software’ as a coverup. KCS mentioned that it will start investigating cryptocurrency agents and forex operators for money laundering and illegal trading charges. Other areas that will undergo critical inspection include smuggling of drugs using virtual currencies. The names of the suspects were not revealed in the press release.

Original: https://www.ccn.com/south-korea-600-million-uncovered-in-illegal-cryptocurrency-trading/

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February 06, 2018, 05:25:48 PM
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Phishing is popular with cybercriminals, as it is far easier to trick someone into clicking a malicious link in a seemingly legitimate phishing email than trying to break through a computer's defenses. Phishing attacks typically rely on social networking techniques applied to email or other electronic communication methods, including direct messages sent over social networks, SMS text messages and other instant messaging modes. Phishers may use social engineering and other public sources of information, including social networks like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, to gather background information about the victim's personal and work history, his interests, and his activities. Typically, a victim receives a message that appears to have been sent by a known contact or organization. The attack is carried out either through a malicious file attachment that contains phishing software, or through links connecting to malicious websites. In either case, the objective is to install malware on the user's device or direct the victim to a malicious website set up to trick them into divulging personal and financial information, such as passwords, account IDs or credit card details.

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Phishing is popular with cybercriminals, as it is far easier to trick someone into clicking a malicious link in a seemingly legitimate phishing email than trying to break through a computer's defenses.
Phishing attacks typically rely on social networking techniques applied to email or other electronic communication methods, including direct messages sent over social networks, SMS text messages and other instant messaging modes.

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February 07, 2018, 07:20:03 AM
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Newbie espia1994 seems a little confused as to which forum they are on.

Forum Moderation Policy. The EVE forums are intended to provide a warm, friendly atmosphere for the EVE community. To maintain order and a sense of community, all users should read and follow this policy.

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February 07, 2018, 12:51:27 PM
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Most of the times I try to find a Merit-worthy Newbie, I end up getting them banned Sad
Sr. Member Sowik got himself +17 Merit (including Merit from a Staff member) for a very long topic start. This doesn't look like any of his usual short oneliner spamposts. Obviously, it was copied. It seems many users now resort to copy/pasting to earn Merit.

Copy: [Guide] Secure air-gapped crypto wallet storage method

Original: https://hackforums.net/showthread.php?tid=5787861 (this requires a login, but Google Cache shows an early version of that page (quote: "EDIT: accidentally posted too soon, this thread is still in construction").

Please end his posting career.

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February 08, 2018, 07:54:27 AM
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This guy is copying as well:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1307547

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1) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2869284.msg29465519#msg29465519

https://bitzamp.com/tether-splits-auditors-without-verifiable-audited-accounts/

2) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2869241.msg29464853#msg29464853

https://bitzamp.com/tor-proxy-steals-bitcoin-from-victims/

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February 10, 2018, 09:02:07 AM
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While i'm reading threads and replies from the speculatoin board I suddenly found this guy who copy and pasted his post on the same thread. Adding a few words won't work to cover up your old post.

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I think it will take a few more months before the price to fully recover. Because as I can see the progress is too slow and there’s a lot of dips going on.. Hopefully by March the price will show some improvement and start to rise again.

I think it will take a few more months for the price to fully recover. Because as I can see now the progress is too slow and there’s a lot of dips. Which is also good because it’s an opportunity to accumulate more coins. Hopefully by March the price will show some improvement and star to rise again.


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February 10, 2018, 09:24:35 AM
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this guy who copy and pasted his post
My guess is he forgot he replied to that thread already, and did it again. It's a useless post, but copying your own post isn't plagiarism, and not a reason for an instant permban.

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February 10, 2018, 09:41:50 AM
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this guy who copy and pasted his post
My guess is he forgot he replied to that thread already, and did it again. It's a useless post, but copying your own post isn't plagiarism, and not a reason for an instant permban.
It still looks copied though. Even if he claims that he forgot that he has already replied to the thread, it seems odd that anyone could type another post that is almost exactly the same with the exact phrasing. The only plausible reason why he is doing is so that he could pad his post count.

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February 10, 2018, 11:27:47 AM
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this guy who copy and pasted his post
My guess is he forgot he replied to that thread already, and did it again. It's a useless post, but copying your own post isn't plagiarism, and not a reason for an instant permban.

How can you forget you replied and post the exact same post? It's just pure lazy sig spam. Not much different than copying someone else's post really and if you see his feedback from yahoo it's not the first time he's done it (though he's deleted that post). If you go through his posting history you'll likely find more but they're all one/two liner shitposts anyway so I don't think he deserves any mercy here.

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February 10, 2018, 11:41:14 AM
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How can you forget you replied and post the exact same post?
I was thinking about the times my browser crashed, and I had to start typing my post again. I can imagine overlooking a post that went through that way.

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It's just pure lazy sig spam. Not much different than copying someone else's post really and if you see his feedback from yahoo it's not the first time he's done it (though he's deleted that post). If you go through his posting history you'll likely find more but they're all one/two liner shitposts anyway so I don't think he deserves any mercy here.
He didn't have red trust from yahoo yet when I posted this (yahoo refers to the same 2 posts).
I agree he won't be missed.

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February 10, 2018, 12:45:52 PM
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 Grin Grin Grin Copy pasting all around the forums for signture campaigns payments

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1. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=987070
2. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1199549

Original post : https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/17054/erc20-vs-erc223-list-of-differences

Copy Paste posts :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2914594.msg29989856#msg29989856

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2914594.msg29990782#msg29990782

The most hilarious posts ever. I think btsjimin doesn't even read previous replies for the post and simply pastes the answers  Grin
Before you delete please read those answers, it was the most hilarious copy paste in same topic by two different members.  Grin

Archived before they delete them.  Grin Grin Grin

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February 11, 2018, 11:35:39 AM
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I think moderators should take a look at the user "BORN" --> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=825317

He is spamming every local board with his digital sale links (example all his posts are written in English in a Croatian, Russian,France or Spanish board)..he should at least get a warning or a ban..

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February 11, 2018, 01:31:09 PM
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One uses of bitcoin is to transfer money, Bitcoin is more efficient and cheaper way to transfer money across borders, and several remittance startups make use of this feature. Bitcoin’s cost and speed advantages, though, are being eroded as traditional channels improve (and the network’s fees continue to increase), and liquidity remains a problem in many countries.
Also, a number of large and small retailers accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment, although reports suggest that demand for this function is not high.
when you hear about bitcoin “mining,” you envisage coins being dug out of the ground. Bitcoin mining is similar to gold mining in that the bitcoins exist in the protocol’s design (just as the gold exists underground), but they haven’t been brought out into the light yet (just as the gold hasn’t yet been dug up). The bitcoin protocol stipulates that 21 million bitcoins will exist at some point. What “miners” do is bring them out into the light, a few at a time.
They get to do this as a reward for creating blocks of validated transactions and including them in the blockchain.

Source: https://www.coindesk.com/information/why-use-bitcoin/
bitcoin is still a more efficient and cheaper way to transfer money across borders, and several remittance startups make use of this feature. Bitcoin’s cost and speed advantages, though, are being eroded as traditional channels improve (and the network’s fees continue to increase), and liquidity remains a problem in many countries.

Also, a number of large and small retailers accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment, although reports suggest that demand for this function is not high.

Source: https://www.coindesk.com/information/how-bitcoin-mining-works/
When you hear about bitcoin “mining,” you envisage coins being dug out of the ground. But bitcoin isn’t physical, so why do we call it mining?

Because it’s similar to gold mining in that the bitcoins exist in the protocol’s design (just as the gold exists underground), but they haven’t been brought out into the light yet (just as the gold hasn’t yet been dug up). The bitcoin protocol stipulates that 21 million bitcoins will exist at some point. What “miners” do is bring them out into the light, a few at a time.

They get to do this as a reward for creating blocks of validated transactions and including them in the blockchain.


Crypto investors are seeing red this week. Bitcoin plunged to two-month lows on Thursday, dipping below $9,000 for the first time since November. At the time of writing, Bitcoin had bounced back up to the $9,200 level, down from weekly highs just above $12,000. This week has seen coins across the board in the red — a sign that investors are jumping ship to fiat currencies this time instead of swapping into altcoins as we’ve seen in the recent past. At the time of writing, the total cryptocurrency market cap weighed in at $459 billion, down from January highs around $830 billion. It’s a contraction to be sure, but not a low for the last 30 days (that low came on January 18).
Cryptocurrency die-hards expecting the price to bounce back, even partially, will see these tanking numbers as the perfect entry point for getting in low and maximizing gains. Late speculators who got in during the mass crypto hysteria of the holiday season aren’t likely to have such steady hands, a factor that’s likely contributing to the slide.

Source :https://techcrunch.com/2018/02/01/why-is-bitcoins-price-down/



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February 12, 2018, 01:45:26 PM
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Jr. Member ayurvedicurea deserves a ban for copy/pasting:

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Bitcoin clocked six-day highs above $9,000 over the weekend, but a long-term bull market revival may not be on the cards, yet. Having clocked a high of $9,070.64 on Saturday, prices again fell back below $8,000 briefly on Sunday before climbing again. CoinDesks's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) was last seen at $8,772. The cryptocurrency has appreciated by 9.70 percent in the last 24 hours, as per data source CoinMarketCap. Bitcoin (BTC) is also close to 40 percent above last week's low of $5,947.40. So has the cryptocurrency bottomed out?

Original: https://www.coindesk.com/bullish-signals-above-8k-but-has-bitcoin-turned-the-corner/

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February 15, 2018, 04:44:41 PM
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Miners are getting paid for their work as auditors. They are doing the work of verifying previous Bitcoin transactions. This convention is meant to keep Bitcoin users honest, and was conceived by Bitcoin's founder, Satoshi Nakamoto. By verifying transactions, miners are helping to prevent the "double-spending problem.

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Miners are getting paid for their work as auditors. They are doing the work of verifying previous Bitcoin transactions. This convention is meant to keep Bitcoin users honest, and was conceived by Bitcoin's founder, Satoshi Nakamoto. By verifying transactions, miners are helping to prevent the "double-spending problem."

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A user trying to copy from 2 different posts.
Not only is he copy-pasting, he is bumping up ancient threads.


Yes of course the crypto currency has reached a new record. It is due to the high confidence, investing and trust of the people of the world. ifpeople would not take any interest then the price of the bitcoin will not so high.

And it will increase more and more with the passage of time and then it will make record as high as no other crypto currency will even think of reaching to that position.

I think this is so because of the awareness among the people and the concept of virtual currency. Those who know about crypto currencies and their uses have started investing in bit coins as it is the most stable and exponentially growing currency in the digital market. And a lot of investments in it has taken the crypto currency market to the new records.

Yes of course the crypto currency has reached a new record. It is due to the high confidence, investing and trust of the people of the world. ifpeople would not take any interest then the price of the bitcoin will not so high. I think this is so because of the awareness among the people and the concept of virtual currency. Those who know about crypto currencies and their uses have started investing in bit coins as it is the most stable and exponentially growing currency in the digital market. And a lot of investments in it has taken the crypto currency market to the new records.
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February 18, 2018, 11:24:30 AM
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Users James Newman and Damian Banks, both registered at the same time, both simultaneously copy-pasting from /r/btc FAQ:

The original Bitcoin client didn’t have a block size cap, however was limited to 32MB due to the Bitcoin protocol message size constraint. However, in July 2010 Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto introduced a temporary 1MB limit as an anti-DDoS measure. The temporary measure from Satoshi Nakamoto was made clear three months later when Satoshi said the block size limit can be increased again by phasing it in when it’s needed (when the demand arises). When introducing Bitcoin on the cryptography mailing list in 2008, Satoshi said that scaling to Visa levels “would probably not seem like a big deal.”
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The original Bitcoin client didn’t have a block size cap, however was limited to 32MB due to the Bitcoin protocol message size constraint. However, in July 2010 Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto introduced a temporary 1MB limit as an anti-DDoS measure. The temporary measure from Satoshi Nakamoto was made clear three months later when Satoshi said the block size limit can be increased again by phasing it in when it’s needed (when the demand arises). When introducing Bitcoin on the cryptography mailing list in 2008, Satoshi said that scaling to Visa levels “would probably not seem like a big deal.”

This is a question we are seeing a lot of since Bitcoin hard forked on August 1, 2017. Bitcoin Cash (symbol: BCH) is just a newer version of Bitcoin that split in August in attempt to solve the scaling problems that have been plaguing Bitcoin for years. At it's core Bitcoin Cash is just a continuation of the Bitcoin project that allows for bigger blocks which will give way to more growth and adoption. You can read more about Bitcoin Cash in this mega thread or learn the difference between legacy Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.
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This is a question we are seeing a lot of since Bitcoin hard forked on August 1, 2017. Bitcoin Cash (symbol: BCH) is just a newer version of Bitcoin that split in August in attempt to solve the scaling problems that have been plaguing Bitcoin for years. At it's core Bitcoin Cash is just a continuation of the Bitcoin project that allows for bigger blocks which will give way to more growth and adoption. You can read more about Bitcoin Cash in this mega thread or learn the difference between legacy Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.

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Post 1: Source => http://finansial.bisnis.com/read/20180201/90/733140/-ini-dia-manfaat-blockchain-untuk-perbankan | archived : http://archive.is/jzXi6
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February 18, 2018, 02:46:32 PM
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Source : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2973511.0

Profile : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1170453

Copy Pasted Post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2932584.msg30170580#msg30170580

Copied from : http://gstguide.club/income-tax-raid-survey-zebpay-bitcoin-exchange-india/by%20gstguide

Moreover that post is merited by his campaign manager Atriz lol Managers really need to check for stuff like this before accepting participants in their campaigns.




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