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June 02, 2018, 08:32:42 AM
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The Financial Services industry is fundamentally about facilitating the trusted exchange of
value between multiple, untrusting parties. Brokering that trust is an enormous
responsibility and carries significant risk, which is why the industry has become increasingly
reliant on costly intermediaries, manual processes, and error-prone reconciliations. Today,
more and more Financial Services institutions are looking to blockchain to enable more
efficient cross-organizational collaboration, eliminate intermediaries, and create disruptive
business models

Let’s take a look at five functions of Financial Services that are already being transformed by
blockchain technology

TRADE FINANCE
Current state
Today’s solutions for managing trade finance are built on antiquated technology and
processes that exist in silos. This adds significant risks, complexity, and time into trade
processes, as all parties have to manually verify data. Pain points include:
• Error-prone, manual processes for creating, validating, and auditing trade data and
documentation
• Siloed data that is difficult to verify, leading to multiple versions of the truth and major
fraud, compliance, and audit risks
• Disconnected legacy systems that limit new business opportunities and make it difficult for
small and medium businesses to gain access to financing alternatives

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The Indian government says that they do not regard crypto as a legal tender and will try to remove payments by using coins like bitcoins.

In a meeting yesterday, Jaitley renewed India's commitment to end use of BTC and other cryptocurrencies in what he said was India's struggle against money laundering and terrorism financing.

He said: "The government does not recognize crypto as a legal coin and will take all measures to eliminate the use of this crypto asset in funding unauthorized activities or as part of the payment system".

But he did not rule out the possibility to see more blockchain technology.

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The Indian government says that they do not regard crypto as a legal tender and will try to remove payments by using coins like bitcoins.

In a meeting yesterday, Jaitley renewed India's commitment to end use of BTC and other cryptocurrencies in what he said was India's struggle against money laundering and terrorism financing.

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June 02, 2018, 10:13:00 AM
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Bitcoin transaction fees have been constantly rising for more than a year. This constant rise causes transactions to be stuck when they are sent with transaction fees that are too low. Why does this happen? And what can you do to avoid it?

With the right knowledge you can make sure your important transactions don't get stuck in limbo. It's more important than ever to learn how Bitcoin transactions work and how transaction fees affect the time it takes for your transactions to arrive.
Every Bitcoin transaction that's sent has to pay a small fee to the Bitcoin miners to be included into the Blockchain and sent. Bitcoin transactions are sent (confirmed) in batches (called blocks). Each block can only fit a limited amount of transactions and it's the transaction fee that determines if your transaction is included or not. The higher the fee you pay, the more likely it is your transaction will be included and will confirm.

If your transaction is stuck it most likely means that other users are paying a higher fee and what you paid is too low and your transaction isn't included in blocks. Sadly, there is no easy way to increase the transaction fee once the transaction is already sent. For a transaction that's stuck and already sent you can only wait until the transaction eventually confirms.

The next time you send a transaction, make sure it is sent with a transaction fee that's high enough. Most Bitcoin wallets will let you choose the fee you want to use when sending the transaction. The most common way is by selecting a transaction priority. To make sure your transaction gets confirmed quickly,I  recommend always selecting high priority.

Some Bitcoin wallets allow you to manually set the fee or to set what's called a fee level or fee size. Read on for how you can find out what the correct fee level is.
How LocalBitcoins handle transaction fees
I always send every transaction as high priority. Our transaction fees are optimized so that each transaction is confirmed within three blocks (Usually 30 minutes).

The fee we send your transaction with is not the fee that you pay, we average out the all the transaction fees we pay over a 6 hour period and charge you the average fee. This makes it easier for you to predict the fee you have to pay while it gives us the ability send some transactions with an extra high fee.
A typical Bitcoin transaction uses about 226 bytes of space, and the current fee level to get a transaction to confirm within 3 blocks is about 100 satoshis/byte. This means that the average fee you need to pay for a quick transaction is 0.00022600 BTC or 0,2281 USD.

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I think that the profit will be approximately this: about 30% of the total u`ll earn in half a year probably. I doubt that the percentage can be greater every half year)

I think that the profit will be approximately this: about 30% of the total u`ll earn in half a year probably. I doubt that the percentage can be greater every half year)
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Argentina's Banco Masventas has revealed that starting Monday it will enable customers to send cross-border payments using bitcoin.

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I think it is also good if the bank wants to cooperate but can not use it just like that, there are things that are profitable and also there is also a disadvantage for the bank.

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I think it is also good if the bank wants to cooperate but can not use it just like that, there are things that are profitable and also there is also a disadvantage for the bank.

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June 03, 2018, 02:34:10 PM
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ok so it seem I had 2 birds with 1 hit  Grin .

this guy  here got merited for a copy/paste article  

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4406471.0     Archive  http://archive.today/VcY3r

source   https://cryptoslate.com/seven-key-signs-ico-scam/

so  he deserve to be  banned  

and this guy here copied a small part of the same original article  . and it seem like he was red tagged by the pharmacist for spamming  so  it will be a  legit ban  Wink .

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3337804.msg37234882#msg37234882

Initial coin offerings will generally provide potential investors with a detailed list of what they have achieved thus far in the development of their project, as well as what they plan to achieve, in the form of a roadmap. If a project doesn’t provide a roadmap at all, then it’s highly likely that they don’t have any plans for the future apart from “exit” and “profit”.

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You can mark parkabi as banned I remember reporting one of his copy pasted post last week.

this guy  here got merited for a copy/paste article 
Good find looks like the user isn't yet banned i'm sending a report to the mods and linked your post as a reference



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ICOs are a combination of donating and investment. Knowing that some frauds exist in the industry, the community has adopted self-governing best methods and principles concerning ICOs. Multiple platforms promised due-diligence of projects before enlisting them and giving the financial compensation the project team for accomplishing some pre-defined objectives. People also demanded multi-signature system to increase safety.
Some ICOs use a single Bitcoin public address to raise funds. This method is bad for privacy, but on the other hand, it is good when it comes to audit the money raised. Other ICOs use cryptocurrency protocols that already exist to create tokens. This simplifies the creation process. Some examples of protocols are NTX, Bitshares, NEM, Factom, Lisk or Counterparty.

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ICOs are a combination of donating and investment. Knowing that some frauds exist in the industry, the community has adopted self-governing best methods and principles concerning ICOs. Multiple platforms promised due-diligence of projects before enlisting them and giving the financial compensation the project team for accomplishing some pre-defined objectives. People also demanded multi-signature system to increase safety.
Some ICOs use a single Bitcoin public address to raise funds. This method is bad for privacy, but on the other hand, it is good when it comes to audit the money raised. Other ICOs use cryptocurrency protocols that already exist to create tokens. This simplifies the creation process. Some examples of protocols are NTX, Bitshares, NEM, Factom, Lisk or Counterparty.


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One main example is the difference between EOS and Ethereum in the blockchain consensus mechanism.Whereas Ethereum uses Proof-of-Work (and will soon switch to hybrid Proof-of-Work/Proof-of-Stake), EOS will use Graphene technology that utilizes the Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS) consensus mechanism. [Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake often] causes a huge difficulty to fix broken applications, but EOS already has a mechanism that can freeze and fix the application.

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One main example is the difference between EOS and Ethereum in the blockchain consensus mechanism.Whereas Ethereum uses Proof-of-Work (and will soon switch to hybrid Proof-of-Work/Proof-of-Stake), EOS will use Graphene technology that utilizes the Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS) consensus mechanism. [Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake often] causes a huge difficulty to fix broken applications, but EOS already has a mechanism that can freeze and fix the application.

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The main reason people buy bitcoin because they are confident with the future of bitcoin, I'm sure that buying bitcoin is something that can make me successful and rich because the price is skyrocketing.

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The main reason people buy bitcoin because they are confident with the future of bitcoin, I'm sure that buying bitcoin is something that can make me successful and rich because the price is skyrocketing.

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June 05, 2018, 05:06:33 AM
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Coba kita lihat dulu apakah yang dimaksud dengan pihak penyelenggara bounty kalau pendapat saya pihak penyelenggaran tidak menyediakan wallet tetapi minta wallet addres kita, dan kebanyakan sih kalo pake wallet erc20 kaya MEW bukan dari wallet exchanger ada juga yang disuruh pake wallet project itu sendiri lebih teliti aja baca rulesnya gan.

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kalau menurut saya coba lihat dulu apakah yang dimaksud dengan pihak penyelenggara bounty kalau pendapat saya pihak penyelenggaran tidak menyediakan wallet tetapi minta wallet addres kita, beda hal kalau kita mungkin ikut program investasi di projek ICO mereka mungkin kita disuruh mentrasfer coin yang di sepakati mereka ke alamat wallet mereka yang sudah disediakan, saya kira cukup komentar saya, semoga membantu.

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Sudah bisa terlihat mana saja akun yang punya kualitas bagus dari segi postingan, banyak akun lama yang stack di rank tidak kunjung naik karena tidak mendapat merit dari postingan, dan Tambahan harus banyak membaca post akun level atas supaya paham akan syarat post yang mendapat merit tinggi atau baik dalam ide yang dikemas dan model penyampaianya.
mantep gan coment nya copy paste tingkat tinggi,
kalau di thread ini aja ente masih sempet2 nya posting cm meranggkum punya orng lain, ane yakin gak akan pernah maju forum lokal kita kalau kebanyakan seperti ente

proff :
Tambahan harus banyak membaca post akun level atas supaya paham akan syarat post yang mendapat merit tinggi, baik dalam ide yang dikemas dan model penyampaianya.
akun level tinggi bukan jaminan postingan yang di hasilkan bagus, tidak sedikit akun yang sudah di atas hero masih suka nyepam Cheesy
merit system ini saya rasa berhasil, sudah bisa terlihat mana2 saja akun yang punya kualitas bagus dari segi postingan, banyak akun lama yang stack di rank tidak kunjung naik karena tidak mendapat merit dari postingan mereka(termasuk saya :p)

This guy is a hardcore copy-pasta.

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June 05, 2018, 06:47:16 AM
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The out of date BTC prices looked a bit odd.

If the opinion of Robert Schiller is seriously taken into account by investors from around the world, it is simply because he was the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2013. But when it comes to talking about Bitcoin, man does not chew his words. He is not seized by the craze that surrounds crypto-currencies for several months now.
Mr Schiller believes that Bitcoin is a speculative bubble that will end up exploding, even if in itself this virtual currency should not disappear.
let those people say bitcoin is a bubble but we cant deny bitcoin's blockchain will be the future let's see in the future if they can still call it "bubble".

BTC has a value of nearly USD 15,000 (Rp 201 million). Then, at the end of the month, the value of one of the largest cryptocurreny was even fallen to be in the range of USD 8.810 (Rp 118 million). Although it had recovered to be at USD 10,142 (Rp 136 million), but bad luck Bitcoin still continues until early February. Digital currency was once again experienced a slump that forced 1 BTC worth USD 8.568 (Rp 115.1 million). The number was the worst since November 25, 2017, which at that time Bitcoin had touched USD 8.561 (Rp 115 million). Now, Bitcoin's own value is in the range of 8,900 (Rp 119 million), based on data from CoinDesk. The decline in Bitcoin prices is expected to be caused by the new regulation adopted by the South Korean government related to the ban of cryptocurrency in the Ginseng Country. However, South Korean Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon denied this by saying that the local government only regulates its trade. Not only South Korea, the Philippines and Japan have recently been known to brew the policy to tighten the rules of main cryptocurrency in their respective countries. In addition, Facebook's social networking policies to punish ads that are linked to digital currencies are also seen to play a role in the decline in the value of Bitcoin. In addition, the increasing popularity of other cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum and Ripple attracting people to invest in it is also one of the causes of declining value of Bitcoin, as Nicholas Colas, co-founder of DataTrek Research,

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It is worth noting that investments in Bitcoin are high risk. Beginning January 2018, 1 BTC has a value of nearly USD 15,000 (Rp 201 million). Then, at the end of the month, the value of one of the largest cryptocurreny had fallen to be in the range of USD 8.810 (Rp 118 million).



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Look at his post history, he's basically copying a highly merited post and copy pasting it (WHOLE). I think what he posted in our board (Philippines) was immediately removed thanks to our very active mod rickbig41, nonetheless i think he's still on the loose.

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Maybe some of you are fully aware in what happening within this forum. Creating informative topic is ok but creating topic the same with the previous post is not. This scenario can limit the knowledge of a reader especially for those newbie. It is irritating me,  you are like eating the same food everyday.

I also find out that if your common topic answered by several people, it will be counted as a new topic. Do you think it is "new" ?maybe before you will do  a new topic,  try to search first then if it new or unique enough then go.

For those people whose always guide newbie to find their question to the previous topic and to make end the redundant post, I salute you

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Maybe some of you are fully aware in what happening within this forum. Creating informative topic is ok but creating topic the same with the previous post is not. This scenario can limit the knowledge of a reader especially for those newbie. It is irritating me,  you are like eating the same food everyday.

I also find out that if your common topic answered by several people, it will be counted as a new topic. Do you think it is "new" ?maybe before you will do  a new topic,  try to search first then if it new or unique enough then go.

For those people whose always guide newbie to find their question to the previous topic and to make end the redundant post, I salute you


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Greetings, friends!
I spent 14 hours to writing and translating this article, and it covers all of my experience, starting in 2013 year. Please forgive me for my bad English. I hope that this article will be useful for each of you, friends.

Today I decided to collect all my experience related to crypto-investment in one article.
There is a lot of information and it is very voluminous, but I will try to present it more abstractly and briefly.
So, the security of crypto investment can be divided into two sections: technical and analytical. Do not neglect any of them. Perhaps for some of you these recommendations will seem obvious, but for sure everyone will find something useful for themselves, especially beginners.

Technical factors - storage and trading - where and how is the best?

📌Wallets. It is reasonable to store crypto-currencies on desktop and hardware wallets (something like Ledger). Sometimes it is not very convenient, but then nobody can "freeze" your savings and they will be controlled only by you. It is not necessary to store crypto-currencies in wallets with centralized control of funds. It is better to use the generally recognized opensource-wallets, which have already earned the trust of the community;

📌Backup. Never forget about backing up your wallet, for example wallet.dat files, pin codes and private keys! Perhaps, it's worth duplicating the backup copy in the cloud storage - but only in an encrypted form;

📌Operating system. To store crypto currency on desktop wallets, it is more reasonable and safer to use Linux operating systems, Ubuntu for example;

📌Passwords. Use complex passwords consisting of at least 8 characters (more characters are preferred), including numbers and letters of different registers. You can come up with a mnemonic rule to not forget such a complicated password. Additional security measures - using the on-screen keyboard to enter a password, as well as two-factor authentication;

📌Exchanges. When trading with crypto currency, try not to store large sums there, and transfer exactly the same amount of funds as you need to conduct a particular transaction, can with a small margin in case of a sharp change in the exchange rate. Why? Because many exchanges are unavailable at the most inopportune moment, and many are completely rapidly closed, while others are periodically the target of hacker attacks. Try not to use the services of centralized illegal exchanges without extreme necessity, especially those that have already proved themselves from the bad side (they were "hacked" or closed for a long period). It is better to use decentralized crypto-exchange exchanges, such as Bitshares and Etherdelta.

Analytical factors - how to find a good project for investment?

Before investing in the next ICO, look at this list and ask yourself the following questions:

📌Does the ICO site use the https protocol? If the team did not bother to install the SSL certificate, then what security for the project as a whole can there be?

📌How does the site look? What is the overall impression? Is it credible? Do not it look like it's made "on your knee"? Are the contact details given in full?

📌Is there a whitepaper on the site and how detailed is it? Today it is difficult to imagine, but there are sites without this element, which has already become a standard in the ICO industry. Is there a whitepaper in several of the most popular languages? If the team wants to collect the announced amount of investment, then it should count on users from different countries. What does the whitepaper look like? Is there enough information about the project and the rationale for entering the ICO, thereby ensuring future profit for investors? Is detailed business plan of the project and necessary technical details described? Less buzzwords, more digits.

📌How much money does the team plan to collect and why? It is good, if the whitepaper indicates the planned expense items of funds raised. Pay attention to how much money the team wants to attract. Now, some projects call huge sums only from greed, and they do not really need funds in such quantity to realize their plans. It's some difficult to spend a few millions of dollars at once, and keeping them in one crypto currency is unsafe because of high volatility, so it's good if the team mentions in whitepaper some way of diversifying the funds raised for their greater safety.

📌What problem does the project solve? Will it be useful for millions of people from around the world, will it solve their problems? Does we implement the project in general? It should not be a "space elevator", but not a "another chat" - there should be a golden mean between the benefit and ambitiousness of the project. Sometimes it's good if the project is somehow connected with the real economy and offline business, but not always. Here the main criterion is the economic feasibility of the project and the certainty that it will be in demand. Also, it is worth paying attention to projects that expand the infrastructure and make BTC and ETH work better/faster. It's reasonable to avoid projects where the blockchain is not at all necessary and "pulled by the ears" - it is very likely that in such cases the team often simply wants to raise money.

📌Does the project have competitors? Now there are very few truly revolutionary ideas, and most ICO projects are only skilful integration of existing products with a blockchain-ecosystem. It is good, if the project has at least 2-3 competitors or projects from the related field, and this is either successful projects, or those that are also at the stage of raising funds, or at least prototypes in the form of a classic business. Why is it important? Because if there are no competitors at all, then, most likely, there is no market, and such a product is not needed by anybody and is economically unprofitable. Either this is a brilliant new idea, but such a chance is much less likely.

📌Are bonuses for early investors on pre-ICO is not too high? In some ICO projects, teams offer huge bonuses to attract early investors. If you managed to get into their number - you are lucky. If you do not have time and the ICO bonus differs significantly from the presale bonus - it's better not to invest in this project, but you can buy tokens on the stock exchange. Why? It often happens that early investors sell tokens immediately after entering the exchanges and receive instant profit at the expense of big discounts with which they bought tokens, and the rate falls 2-3 times from the price of ICO.

📌Is the maximum amount of funds (Hard Cap) limited? If not, then this is an alarm signal. If the project collects too much money (as much as it does not need to achieve the stated business goals), then it simply has nowhere to grow. Capitalization of the project can easily grow from $ 10 million to $ 100 millions in next time, but from $ 100 millions to $ 1 billion - it is much more difficult. Such projects sometimes become financially sluggish, and the team is losing motivation - why go on working hard and develop the project if you have already collected more money than you can spend? Also, pay attention to the total number of tokens - it should not be too large.

📌Is the initial price of tokens is not too high? And what is it generally justified? The smaller the initial price of tokens, the higher the "psychological" growth potential. Agree that it is much easier to grow a token from 10 cents to 1 dollar (x10 growth) than, for example, from 10 dollars to 100 (the same x10 growth);

📌Will the project team gradually buy tokens from exchanges? A good practice is if, after the completion of the ICO, the company plans to gradually buy out its issued tokens back from the exchanges, using part of the profit for each specific period of time. Due to this, the rate of the token can grow.

📌How will the tokens be used in project? What are they for and do they really need in reality? It is good, if the token is really necessary for the project's work, and it contains a certain scheme of its value growth. If the token is used only to attract investment, then the team should have a clear plan of how exactly it will bring profit to investors. A common option is to charge "dividends" for tokens once in a certain period. Thus, the company will share part of the profit with the holders of the tokens and will be attractive to investments. Sometimes for many early investors this is a good way to get some passive income if the project is successful in the future.

📌Does the project team looks trust? Ideally, these people should be experts in their field, who already have the experience of successful implementation of IT-projects. Equally important is the balance in the team between the number of technical specialists and managers/marketers. If there are only "sellers" in the team, then they can give the development to outsourcing and this is not always good. If the team is one of the developers, then there may be problems with sales and promotion of the ICO project and with the attraction of investments.

📌How open is the project to the community? Look, is there a source code for a smart contract for github? Is there any statistics on the volume of attracted investments in real time and what information about this is on ehterscan? The larger the number of investors - the more likely the tokens will be distributed evenly and the less volatile will be the token rate after entering the crypto-exchanges.

📌Has the project been financially and technically audited? Some teams are attracted by independent audit agencies, as well as information security specialists (or announces an additional bounty campaign to search for bugs and vulnerabilities) to increase the credibility of their projects by potential investors. After this, the team can publish short results of such studies on the site of its ICO project and in whitepaper.

📌Does the team have a working prototype of the project? The short history of ICO contains many examples where talented teams attracted investment only for the landing-page and mocups of the future project, but the scam among such projects is usually even greater. If the team has at least a minimum workable product (MVP) - then this is already a good sign to think about investing in the project. If the team already has a successful IT-project, and they just want to integrate it with the blockchain ecosystem and raise additional funds to expand the business and enter new markets, then this is also a good sign.

📌Does the project have advisors? If not - then this is an alarming sign. If there is, it's already good, but it's worth looking closely - what kind of people are they? It's great if they are recognized leaders of the blockchain industry, but far from all projects can boast the support of such people. For small projects, there will be enough support from good recognized experts with a large profile background.

📌Are venture funds interested in the project? If there is an official information about investments from some well-known venture investors or "business angels", this means that this ICO project has certainly undergone a thorough audit by people who are willing to invest in the project really big money and believe in its successful future.

📌Does the project have a detailed roadmap? Look at the whitepaper, at what stages is the implementation of the project broken, do the timelines look realistic? What exactly and for how long is the team going to implement and how soon will MVP be ready (if already not)? Remember that the faster the team realizes its business plan, the faster the project will start to make a profit and the sooner tokens will start to grow in price.

📌Milestone and the team's step-by-step reward. Some teams lose motivation to work hard after successful fundraising, so a good tone is considered if the additional token remuneration of the team is broken into several specific stages related to the previous point - the road map. Very cool, if the holders of tokens can somehow vote for whether the next stage is implemented or not. An alternative option is to keep borrowed funds from an independent organization (escrow), which partially gives funds to the team after each milestone implementation. In this case, the team receives its tokens only after the successful completion of the next stage of project development. The more intermediate stages, the better, because the team will not be able to immediately sell a large number of its tokens on the exchange, negatively affecting the price of the tokens.

📌What is the news background for the project? How often does the team upload news and articles about its project in social networks and on profile news portals? How do these news react to recognized crypto-investors and blockchain specialists? Are there extensive reviews on this ICO project on the well-known crypto-news portals? What about it is written by independent rating agencies and ICO calendars? Is there a real, rather than twisted, hype around the project?

A direct copy/paste from:
Greetings, friends!
I spent 14 hours to writing and translating this article, and it covers all of my experience, starting in 2013 year. Please forgive me for my bad English. I hope that this article will be useful for each of you, friends.

Today I decided to collect all my experience related to crypto-investment in one article.
There is a lot of information and it is very voluminous, but I will try to present it more abstractly and briefly.
So, the security of crypto investment can be divided into two sections: technical and analytical. Do not neglect any of them. Perhaps for some of you these recommendations will seem obvious, but for sure everyone will find something useful for themselves, especially beginners.

Technical factors - storage and trading - where and how is the best?

📌Wallets. It is reasonable to store crypto-currencies on desktop and hardware wallets (something like Ledger). Sometimes it is not very convenient, but then nobody can "freeze" your savings and they will be controlled only by you. It is not necessary to store crypto-currencies in wallets with centralized control of funds. It is better to use the generally recognized opensource-wallets, which have already earned the trust of the community;

📌Backup. Never forget about backing up your wallet, for example wallet.dat files, pin codes and private keys! Perhaps, it's worth duplicating the backup copy in the cloud storage - but only in an encrypted form;

📌Operating system. To store crypto currency on desktop wallets, it is more reasonable and safer to use Linux operating systems, Ubuntu for example;

📌Passwords. Use complex passwords consisting of at least 8 characters (more characters are preferred), including numbers and letters of different registers. You can come up with a mnemonic rule to not forget such a complicated password. Additional security measures - using the on-screen keyboard to enter a password, as well as two-factor authentication;

📌Exchanges. When trading with crypto currency, try not to store large sums there, and transfer exactly the same amount of funds as you need to conduct a particular transaction, can with a small margin in case of a sharp change in the exchange rate. Why? Because many exchanges are unavailable at the most inopportune moment, and many are completely rapidly closed, while others are periodically the target of hacker attacks. Try not to use the services of centralized illegal exchanges without extreme necessity, especially those that have already proved themselves from the bad side (they were "hacked" or closed for a long period). It is better to use decentralized crypto-exchange exchanges, such as Bitshares and Etherdelta.
Analytical factors - how to find a good project for investment?

Before investing in the next ICO, look at this list and ask yourself the following questions:

📌Does the ICO site use the https protocol? If the team did not bother to install the SSL certificate, then what security for the project as a whole can there be?

📌How does the site look? What is the overall impression? Is it credible? Do not it look like it's made "on your knee"? Are the contact details given in full?

📌Is there a whitepaper on the site and how detailed is it? Today it is difficult to imagine, but there are sites without this element, which has already become a standard in the ICO industry. Is there a whitepaper in several of the most popular languages? If the team wants to collect the announced amount of investment, then it should count on users from different countries. What does the whitepaper look like? Is there enough information about the project and the rationale for entering the ICO, thereby ensuring future profit for investors? Is detailed business plan of the project and necessary technical details described? Less buzzwords, more digits.

📌How much money does the team plan to collect and why? It is good, if the whitepaper indicates the planned expense items of funds raised. Pay attention to how much money the team wants to attract. Now, some projects call huge sums only from greed, and they do not really need funds in such quantity to realize their plans. It's some difficult to spend a few millions of dollars at once, and keeping them in one crypto currency is unsafe because of high volatility, so it's good if the team mentions in whitepaper some way of diversifying the funds raised for their greater safety.

📌What problem does the project solve? Will it be useful for millions of people from around the world, will it solve their problems? Does we implement the project in general? It should not be a "space elevator", but not a "another chat" - there should be a golden mean between the benefit and ambitiousness of the project. Sometimes it's good if the project is somehow connected with the real economy and offline business, but not always. Here the main criterion is the economic feasibility of the project and the certainty that it will be in demand. Also, it is worth paying attention to projects that expand the infrastructure and make BTC and ETH work better/faster. It's reasonable to avoid projects where the blockchain is not at all necessary and "pulled by the ears" - it is very likely that in such cases the team often simply wants to raise money.

📌Does the project have competitors? Now there are very few truly revolutionary ideas, and most ICO projects are only skilful integration of existing products with a blockchain-ecosystem. It is good, if the project has at least 2-3 competitors or projects from the related field, and this is either successful projects, or those that are also at the stage of raising funds, or at least prototypes in the form of a classic business. Why is it important? Because if there are no competitors at all, then, most likely, there is no market, and such a product is not needed by anybody and is economically unprofitable. Either this is a brilliant new idea, but such a chance is much less likely.

📌Are bonuses for early investors on pre-ICO is not too high? In some ICO projects, teams offer huge bonuses to attract early investors. If you managed to get into their number - you are lucky. If you do not have time and the ICO bonus differs significantly from the presale bonus - it's better not to invest in this project, but you can buy tokens on the stock exchange. Why? It often happens that early investors sell tokens immediately after entering the exchanges and receive instant profit at the expense of big discounts with which they bought tokens, and the rate falls 2-3 times from the price of ICO.

📌Is the maximum amount of funds (Hard Cap) limited? If not, then this is an alarm signal. If the project collects too much money (as much as it does not need to achieve the stated business goals), then it simply has nowhere to grow. Capitalization of the project can easily grow from $ 10 million to $ 100 millions in next time, but from $ 100 millions to $ 1 billion - it is much more difficult. Such projects sometimes become financially sluggish, and the team is losing motivation - why go on working hard and develop the project if you have already collected more money than you can spend? Also, pay attention to the total number of tokens - it should not be too large.

📌Is the initial price of tokens is not too high? And what is it generally justified? The smaller the initial price of tokens, the higher the "psychological" growth potential. Agree that it is much easier to grow a token from 10 cents to 1 dollar (x10 growth) than, for example, from 10 dollars to 100 (the same x10 growth);

📌Will the project team gradually buy tokens from exchanges? A good practice is if, after the completion of the ICO, the company plans to gradually buy out its issued tokens back from the exchanges, using part of the profit for each specific period of time. Due to this, the rate of the token can grow.

📌How will the tokens be used in project? What are they for and do they really need in reality? It is good, if the token is really necessary for the project's work, and it contains a certain scheme of its value growth. If the token is used only to attract investment, then the team should have a clear plan of how exactly it will bring profit to investors. A common option is to charge "dividends" for tokens once in a certain period. Thus, the company will share part of the profit with the holders of the tokens and will be attractive to investments. Sometimes for many early investors this is a good way to get some passive income if the project is successful in the future.

📌Does the project team looks trust? Ideally, these people should be experts in their field, who already have the experience of successful implementation of IT-projects. Equally important is the balance in the team between the number of technical specialists and managers/marketers. If there are only "sellers" in the team, then they can give the development to outsourcing and this is not always good. If the team is one of the developers, then there may be problems with sales and promotion of the ICO project and with the attraction of investments.

📌How open is the project to the community? Look, is there a source code for a smart contract for github? Is there any statistics on the volume of attracted investments in real time and what information about this is on ehterscan? The larger the number of investors - the more likely the tokens will be distributed evenly and the less volatile will be the token rate after entering the crypto-exchanges.

📌Has the project been financially and technically audited? Some teams are attracted by independent audit agencies, as well as information security specialists (or announces an additional bounty campaign to search for bugs and vulnerabilities) to increase the credibility of their projects by potential investors. After this, the team can publish short results of such studies on the site of its ICO project and in whitepaper.

📌Does the team have a working prototype of the project? The short history of ICO contains many examples where talented teams attracted investment only for the landing-page and mocups of the future project, but the scam among such projects is usually even greater. If the team has at least a minimum workable product (MVP) - then this is already a good sign to think about investing in the project. If the team already has a successful IT-project, and they just want to integrate it with the blockchain ecosystem and raise additional funds to expand the business and enter new markets, then this is also a good sign.

📌Does the project have advisors? If not - then this is an alarming sign. If there is, it's already good, but it's worth looking closely - what kind of people are they? It's great if they are recognized leaders of the blockchain industry, but far from all projects can boast the support of such people. For small projects, there will be enough support from good recognized experts with a large profile background.

📌Are venture funds interested in the project? If there is an official information about investments from some well-known venture investors or "business angels", this means that this ICO project has certainly undergone a thorough audit by people who are willing to invest in the project really big money and believe in its successful future.

📌Does the project have a detailed roadmap? Look at the whitepaper, at what stages is the implementation of the project broken, do the timelines look realistic? What exactly and for how long is the team going to implement and how soon will MVP be ready (if already not)? Remember that the faster the team realizes its business plan, the faster the project will start to make a profit and the sooner tokens will start to grow in price.

📌Milestone and the team's step-by-step reward. Some teams lose motivation to work hard after successful fundraising, so a good tone is considered if the additional token remuneration of the team is broken into several specific stages related to the previous point - the road map. Very cool, if the holders of tokens can somehow vote for whether the next stage is implemented or not. An alternative option is to keep borrowed funds from an independent organization (escrow), which partially gives funds to the team after each milestone implementation. In this case, the team receives its tokens only after the successful completion of the next stage of project development. The more intermediate stages, the better, because the team will not be able to immediately sell a large number of its tokens on the exchange, negatively affecting the price of the tokens.

📌What is the news background for the project? How often does the team upload news and articles about its project in social networks and on profile news portals? How do these news react to recognized crypto-investors and blockchain specialists? Are there extensive reviews on this ICO project on the well-known crypto-news portals? What about it is written by independent rating agencies and ICO calendars? Is there a real, rather than twisted, hype around the project?

Note: He's not only copy/pasting posts from Philippines, i think he's also copy/pasting from other local boards. I mean, just look at all the language he's proficient on.
Edit: Posts not found anymore, probably deleted by local board mods.




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June 05, 2018, 02:10:01 PM
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this guy here is trying to cheat a local merit competition   he copied/paste from another source .

source https://sa.investing.com/news/cryptocurrency-news/article-566779

what he copied ( all of what he wrote was copied )     archive http://archive.today/kYTxJ

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3542656.msg39435261#msg39435261

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That crypto exchange is mathematically cool. Say Alice sold Bob plasma tv. She got proof of postage. Bob claims he got cardboard sheets in the box instead of TV. What is Eddie going to do?  Goods and services' indisputable proof of completed transaction is not there Cheesy I say use common sense. If its normally looking internet shop, with paypal, etc they are unlikely to scam you out of say 50 usd worth of btc Cheesy If its gumtree of Craigslist ad you might want to ask seller to confirm his id via Facebook Smiley And if seller wishes to remain anon well then otc web of trust or SR feedback Smiley

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That crypto exchange is mathematically cool. Say Alice sold Bob plasma tv. She got proof of postage. Bob claims he got cardboard sheets in the box instead of TV. What is Eddie going to do?  Goods and services' indisputable proof of completed transaction is not there Cheesy I say use common sense. If its normally looking internet shop, with paypal, etc they are unlikely to scam you out of say 50 usd worth of btc Cheesy If its gumtree of Craigslist ad you might want to ask seller to confirm his id via Facebook Smiley And if seller wishes to remain anon well then otc web of trust or SR feedback Smiley

#2
Name: Thuongg

Copy (archived):
Looking good project. Hope this will go to the moon. Plz distribute fairly.bcz lots of peoples fill multiple times.

Original (archived):
Looking good project. Hope this will go to the moon. Plz distribute fairly.bcz lots of peoples fill multiple times.

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Last edit: June 11, 2018, 08:53:27 AM by LoyceV
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I just had a déjà vu.
Please ban Full Members 1jaffa1 banned! and PhantomJ banned! for plagiarism:

Copy from the first account:
If I had a business and had to give a public address to get payments I guess it would be cool to have a vanity address so people can pay there, but then this address would need to split those payments into different addresses to make it more anonymous. I wonder if this can be done.

Copy from the second account:
If I had a business and had to give a public address to get payments I guess it would be cool to have a vanity address so people can pay there, but then this address would need to split those payments into different addresses to make it more anonymous.

Original:
If I had a business and had to give a public address to get payments I guess it would be cool to have a vanity address so people can pay there, but then this address would need to split those payments into different addresses to make it more anonymous. I wonder if this can be done.
This text is very popular with copy/paste bots, there's another one. Posting it right under the previous plagiarism.
Please ban Jr. Member lucas nacho banned!:
Copy:
If I had a business and had to give a public address to get payments I guess it would be cool to have a vanity address so people can pay there, but then this address would need to split those payments into different addresses to make it more anonymous. I wonder if this can be done.

Original: see my quote above.

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Hello, I'm glad that I can help in moderating the bitcoin forum, I saw another copy pasting activity in this section.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2189970.100 -- THIS IS THE THREAD

I think this is the OP, but I doubt myself because most of his post are one liner and can also be a copy pasted post from another account. But I am not sure. QuickS22
I used to get to some third-party resources, but now there is no special need for this. Yes, and sites see transitions from the Tor.


USER who copy pasted, SnowyPerson
I used to get to some third-party resources, but now there is no special need for this. Yes, and sites see transitions from the Tor.


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Cheater account: zaydenrowan
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1782089

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Based on this you are doing a awesome job and this painting may help or influence people for investing money in crypto market so there is may company you can sell there also there is some renown websites like  Smugmug Pro , Etsy , 500px Prime etc you can sell your photo there.


Copy:
Based on this you are doing a awesome job and this painting may help or influence people for investing money in crypto market so there is may company you can sell there also there is some renown websites like  Smugmug Pro , Etsy , 500px Prime etc you can sell your photo there.



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https://i.imgur.com/42zRCzH.jpg



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Japan is the most technologically developed country based on this they also accepts crypto currency also Bitcoin Jesus is bringing Bit cash in convenience stores in Japan so its great news for users of crypto in Japan based on this they will get more benefits. It will make them more encourage.


Copy
Japan is the most technologically developed country based on this they also accepts crypto currency also Bitcoin Jesus is bringing Bit cash in convenience stores in Japan so its great news for users of crypto in Japan based on this they will get more benefits. It will make them more encourage.




Original
after world war 2 japan recover their problem drastically and they are the most advanced technological country in the world based on this the govt. of Japan also concern about crypto system but HITBTC suspend their services may be there is some reason that’s why but it really disappointing.


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after world war 2 japan recover their problem drastically and they are the most advanced technological country in the world based on this the govt. of Japan also concern about crypto system but HITBTC suspend their services may be there is some reason that’s why but it really disappointing.



Update: these two accounts seems to be connected shitposters. They copy all their own posts...




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It's like I found 2 actors, replaying someone else's conversation. Please ban Members thrgk banned! and boomertoo not banned yet!:

Copy:
How will this software work against new virus software products?
What exactly do you mean?
Well, for example, there are many types of different classes of malicious programs. And if something new appears, then old antiviruses can not fight this threat, because they can not recognize it. How in this case will behave Romad?
That's right, for normal antiviruses, you first need to study a malicious program and only then develop a tool to detect and combat this. Romada works differently, as I understand it.
And how does it work? I would like to know the details.
That's right, the classic versions of anti-viruses work exactly in this scenario. Romad will also monitor anomalies in the behavior of programs and if you notice any deviations in this, then the corresponding program will be classified as maliwares.
It's wonderful, I hope that it will really become something new in the world of anti-virus software   Smiley
We hope that Romad can become a serious contender for traditional antiviruses
You know, I'm sure that Romad anti-virus will defeat all traditional ones because of its unique style of detecting new viruses.

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Quote from: rentodev link=topic=‎3363802.msg36206651#msg36206651 date=‎1525355539
Quote from: Silkcoin link=topic=‎3363802.msg36204622#msg36204622 date=‎1525354103
Quote from: rentodev link=topic=‎3363802.msg36204170#msg36204170 date=‎1525353769
Quote from: yuansuyi link=topic=‎3363802.msg36203699#msg36203699 date=‎1525353420
Quote from: Silkcoin link=topic=‎3363802.msg36203457#msg36203457 date=‎1525353224
Quote from: yuansuyi link=topic=‎3363802.msg36203186#msg36203186 date=‎1525353011
Quote from: Silkcoin link=topic=‎3363802.msg36202942#msg36202942 date=‎1525352832
Quote from: yuansuyi link=topic=‎3363802.msg36202595#msg36202595 date=‎1525352553
How will this software work against new virus software products?
What exactly do you mean?
Well, for example, there are many types of different classes of malicious programs. And if something new appears, then old antiviruses can not fight this threat, because they can not recognize it. How in this case will behave Romad?
That's right, for normal antiviruses, you first need to study a malicious program and only then develop a tool to detect and combat this. Romada works differently, as I understand it.
And how does it work? I would like to know the details.
That's right, the classic versions of anti-viruses work exactly in this scenario. Romad will also monitor anomalies in the behavior of programs and if you notice any deviations in this, then the corresponding program will be classified as maliwares.
It's wonderful, I hope that it will really become something new in the world of anti-virus software  (smiley)
We hope that Romad can become a serious contender for traditional antiviruses
You know, I'm sure that Romad anti-virus will defeat all traditional ones because of its unique style of detecting new viruses.

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Hihi, two in a row in the same thread:

Ejaz Ahmad
BITCOIN is crypto currency and digital payment system. Bitcoin is first decentralized digital currency. The system works without a central repository or single administrator. It was invented by an unknown programmer or a group of programmers under the name Stoshi Nakamoto. The system is peer to peer and transactions take place between users directly. These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called Blockchain.
From:
https://www.coinstreet.limited/what-is-bitcoin/

Daday23
Bitcoin is an innovative payment network and a new kind of money.Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; managing transactions and the issuing of bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoin is open-source; its design is public, nobody owns or controls Bitcoin and everyone can take part. Through many of its unique properties, Bitcoin allows exciting uses that could not be covered by any previous payment system.
From:
https://bitcoin.org/en/

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June 07, 2018, 05:37:10 PM
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Please nuke Newbie Strychok banned! on his second day on this forum:

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I'm sure some might find this funny, but has anyone tried this on a Raspberry Pi - vanitygen that is.
I got a little project going (My RPi will arrive soon) and it might be nice to have a few of my preferred bitcoin tools on there.

I don't expect fast results, I just wondered if anyone had done it.

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I'm sure some might find this funny, but has anyone tried this on a Raspberry Pi - vanitygen that is.
I got a little project going (My RPi will arrive soon) and it might be nice to have a few of my preferred bitcoin tools on there.

I don't expect fast results, I just wondered if anyone had done it.

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June 07, 2018, 10:14:43 PM
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Sorry again if asking, when you report someone here do you also report the post to mod for the ban or we have a mod reading this post everyday? Keep it up good job.

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June 08, 2018, 05:01:49 AM
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A basic understanding of private keys can protect you from losing money and other mishaps, but it can also offer useful insights into how Bitcoin works. This guide outlines Bitcoin’s the most important private key concepts.

http://archive.is/rHSKD

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https://bitzuma.com/posts/six-things-bitcoin-users-should-know-about-private-keys/

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One of the top leading and reliable Bitcoin exchanges is CEX.IO, the exchange has a low trading fee of just 0.2% and allows customers to buy Bitcoins with credit cards, bank transfers, SEPA transfers, cash or AstroPay. Credit card purchases are immediate

http://archive.is/WZI5r

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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/buy-bitcoin-u-140859647.html



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The user has tweaked a couple of words, rest is simple copy/paste.

User: Olafs

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Ethereum may also be referred to as a Bitcoin Digital Equivalent Asset. But Ether's advantage over Bitcoin is that Ether runs on a Mutual Ethereum System. Ether can also pay for Memory Storage, Electrical Fuel Costs to make the Ethereum Network Resources Continue to Run Online Worldwide. Also called "GAS".

But actually, Bitcoin and Ether also support each other. Because Without Bitcoin, Ether is unlikely to have a price. The price is set at the Exchange of Demand for Human Emotions on "Sell and Buy".

http://archive.is/vuw3A

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yes I also think like you. ETHEREUM will be a rival of Bitcoin because it's a lot and equally investors support ETHEREUM.

and moreover ethereum has many who use its platform and ETHEREUM excellence.

He is a Pure Autonomous Company Running Because of the Internet Network. Almost Without Man or Human Service behind the scenes. He is Pure Internet Machine Spreads Worldwide to Your Laptop, Computer or Personal Smartphone.

Ether here can also be referred to as Equivalent Asset with Bitcoin Digital Currency. But Ether's advantage over Bitcoin is that Ether runs on a Mutual Ethereum System. Ether can also pay for Memory Storage, Electrical Fuel Costs to make the Ethereum Network Resources Continue to Run Online Worldwide. Also called "GAS".

But actually, Bitcoin and Ether also support each other. Because Without Bitcoin, Ether guns could probably have Price. The price is determined in the Exchange of Demand for Human Emotions on "Sell and Buy".



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that is afraid of a big competition for banks and the government because it can not be influenced by a country. bitcoin and bank investment have the same resiki own but bitcoin only we can control it while bank only enough bank that can control including interest rate, hence the government afraid of bitcoin.

http://archive.is/1D7Mt

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if my opinion that is afraid of a big competition for banks and the government because it can not be influenced by a country. bitcoin and bank investment have the same resiki own but bitcoin only we can control it while bank only enough bank that can control including interest rate, hence the government afraid of bitcoin.

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I was just browsing the forum when all of a sudden there's this impressive thread. Thanks for taking the time to write down your story, it's absolutely fascinating that you were there in the beginning.
Wishing you all the best and keep up your optimism!

http://archive.is/U5qDX

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I was just browsing the forum when all of a sudden there's this impressive thread. Thanks for taking the time to write down your story, it's absolutely fascinating that you were there in the beginning.
Wishing you all the best and keep up your optimism!
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June 08, 2018, 05:56:18 AM
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when you report someone here do you also report the post to mod for the ban
Most of the time I don't use "Report to moderator" for plagiarism. Most Mods can only ban Newbies, and deleting their post would remove evidence.

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or we have a mod reading this post everyday?
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Every morning I visit each thread in Meta... I just don't post that much...

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