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August 04, 2019, 09:48:59 AM
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It looks like a new service (which I don't trust at all!) has hired a bumping service. Some of the users they copied from are banned already, so it's probably using the same database with spam texts. Please ban/nuke:

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Keep thread update everyday it could very helpful for this project, because i think that will show that dev and team very respect with their investor
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My question is : if this project is successful then what will you do to attract new people. Because they are familiar with other exchange.

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My question is : if this project is successful then what will you do to attract new people. Because they are familiar with other application.
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if this project is successful then what will you do to attract new people. Because they are familiar with other exchange.




I can't find clear plagiarism for these, but asking trivial questions looks like a bump spammer too:
This project is interesting, about the idea. But I don't really understand it. Can you explain me how it works?

Do you think this will be safe for hackers? Can they hack your wallet?

Hello , as we all know that there some project that existed before like this one, my question is, what is the main feature of this project and the uniqueness of this than the others?

When will Ethereum mixing be available? You have a good and promising features but giving some additional informations on when are we going or everyone can expect it that will really be good.



And this one is just posting plain BS:
Looking at the trend of this project and all other mixing around, I realized that the intention is nice but with some lags. I would live to know if there will be provision on Ethereum mix and the preffered fees to be set for considerable and profitable transactions.

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August 05, 2019, 07:42:12 AM
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To understand why blockchain is important, look beyond wild speculation on what is built below.

The Internet bubble of the 1990s is generally considered a period of mad excess that ended with the destruction of hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth. What is less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years financed the infrastructure on which the most important Internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It financed the deployment of fibre optic cable, R&D on 3G networks and the construction of giant server arrays. All this would make possible the technologies that are now the foundation of the world's most powerful societies: algorithmic research, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, large data analysis, artificial intelligence, etc.
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To understand why blockchain is important, look beyond wild speculation on what is built below.

The Internet bubble of the 1990s is generally considered a period of mad excess that ended with the destruction of hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth. What is less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years financed the infrastructure on which the most important Internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It financed the deployment of fibre optic cable, R&D on 3G networks and the construction of giant server arrays. All this would make possible the technologies that are now the foundation of the world's most powerful societies: algorithmic research, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, large data analysis, artificial intelligence, etc.
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To understand why blockchain is important, look beyond wild speculation on what is built below.

The Internet bubble of the 1990s is generally considered a period of mad excess that ended with the destruction of hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth. What is less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years financed the infrastructure on which the most important Internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It financed the deployment of fibre optic cable, R&D on 3G networks and the construction of giant server arrays. All this would make possible the technologies that are now the foundation of the world's most powerful societies: algorithmic research, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, large data analysis, artificial intelligence, etc.
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Pour comprendre pourquoi la blockchain est importante, regardez au-delà de la spéculation sauvage sur ce qui est construit en dessous.

La bulle Internet des années 1990 est généralement considérée comme une période d'excès fou qui s'est terminée par la destruction de centaines de milliards de dollars de richesses. Ce qui est moins souvent discuté est la façon dont tout le capital bon marché des années de boom a permis de financer l'infrastructure sur laquelle les innovations Internet les plus importantes seraient construites après l'éclatement de la bulle. Elle a financé le déploiement du câble à fibre optique, la R & D sur les réseaux 3G et la construction de batteries de serveurs géantes. Tout cela rendrait possibles les technologies qui sont maintenant le fondement des sociétés les plus puissantes du monde: recherche algorithmique, médias sociaux, informatique mobile, services cloud, analyse de données volumineuses, intelligence artificielle, etc.

Nous pensons que quelque chose de similaire se produit derrière la volatilité sauvage et le battage médiatique de la stratosphère du boom de la crypto-monnaie et de la blockchain. Les sceptiques de la blockchain ont grogné de joie alors que les prix cryptographiques ont chuté depuis les sommets vertigineux de l'année dernière, mais ils commettent la même erreur que les fanatiques crypto qu'ils se moquent: ils associent le prix à sa valeur intrinsèque. Nous ne pouvons pas encore prédire ce que seront les industries de pointe fondées sur la technologie blockchain, mais nous sommes confiants dans leur existence, car la technologie elle-même consiste à créer un atout inestimable: la confiance.

Original: https://www.technologyreview.com/s/610781/in-blockchain-we-trust/
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The dot-com bubble of the 1990s is popularly viewed as a period of crazy excess that ended with hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth being destroyed. What’s less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years helped fund the infrastructure upon which the most important internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It paid for the rollout of fiber-optic cable, R&D in 3G networks, and the buildout of giant server farms. All of this would make possible the technologies that are now the bedrock of the world’s most powerful companies: algorithmic search, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, big-data analytics, AI, and more.
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August 05, 2019, 07:56:06 AM
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Oh thank you, I was sure it was plagiarism, but I couldn't find the source.
I deleted the message in the Fr section, but here is the archive : https://archive.fo/0gv64
The ban is coming.

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August 07, 2019, 07:53:24 AM
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As a bounty hunter, you must first check the detailed information of the ICO project before deciding to join or not, this is very important to avoid mistakes when you want to join the project.
Yes, maybe this is not 100% correct, because sometimes the project is unpredictable, sometimes there is a success and even ends with a scam.
and the most important factors are:

1. The concept of ICO
This concept is a very important part of the ICO project. This shows the potential of the project in terms of market size and value. In addition, this will give you an indication of who other players are and whether ICO can steal some existing and non-existent market shares. Even superior products may not produce a good return on investment even though they have entered a highly competitive sector.

2. Background of the developer and the Team
The initial check to do is whether the team really exists, too many projects are trying to mislead investors by having a star team. Most ICO sites will have a team page with a Linkedin profile. Conduct in-depth studies of their experiences to ensure they have knowledge in their respective fields of expertise. The advisory board must provide additional substance and fill gaps in the skills and understanding of team members.

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4. Capital Increase
Some projects will inherently set very high capital to build the project, but what is important is the amount requested makes sense. Not having a hard hat raises serious questions about the motives of the project. Having private funding illustrates the investment tastes of the private funding sector and increases confidence in the project.

The team's experience, skills and knowledge cover all aspects of successful start-up. The founders came from an IT, Finance and Marketing background that summarized the core needs of business success. Whitepaper will explain the project in detail and precisely and the token structure follows industry standards with carefully allocated funds, while the road map ensures the release schedule or project realization.
Always check ICO before investing or want to take part in it and don't forget that investing is a very high risk, make sure once again that you already know the consequences and risks in the cryptoqurrency market industry.

Original: https://coinidol.com/guide-to-investing-in-ico/
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The most important factors are:

Concept
The type of business and the problem the ICO is trying to solve is extremely important. It indicates the potential of the project in terms of market size and worth. Additionally, it will provide you with an indication of who the other players are and whether the ICO can steal some of the market share. An extremely niche product is unlikely to yield a good return on investment although entering into a very competitive sector can also be risky.

Team
The initial check that should be carried out is whether the team actually exist, too many projects have attempted to mislead investors into having a star team. Most ICO websites will have a team page with a Linkedin profile. Carry out an in-depth review of their experience to ensure they have knowledge of their respective field of expertise. The advisory board should provide additional substance and fill any gaps in the skills and understanding of the team members.

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Capital raised
Some projects will inherently cost more to develop than others however what is important is that the amounts requested makes sense. Having no hard cap raises serious questions as to the motive of the project. Having private funding illustrates investment appetite from the private funding sector and raises confidence in the project.

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The team experience, skills and knowledge covers all aspect of a successful start-up. The founders are from an IT, Finance and Marketing background encapsulating the core requirement of business success. Legal, Blockchain and VR specialists come in the form of very well-known and respected advisors to support the already well rounded team.

The whitepaper is detailed and on-point, providing the reader with an informative view on what the project is, why it is required and how it plans to succeed. The token structure follows industry standards with carefully thought out allocation of funds, whilst the roadmap ensures alignment with.

Always research ICO’s before investing and do not forget, invest only what you can afford to lose.
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August 07, 2019, 03:25:00 PM
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To understand why blockchain is important, look beyond wild speculation on what is built below.

The Internet bubble of the 1990s is generally considered a period of mad excess that ended with the destruction of hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth. What is less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years financed the infrastructure on which the most important Internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It financed the deployment of fibre optic cable, R&D on 3G networks and the construction of giant server arrays. All this would make possible the technologies that are now the foundation of the world's most powerful societies: algorithmic research, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, large data analysis, artificial intelligence, etc.
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This user posted the same thing 2 minutes earlier -- don't know how you found it was the result of a text spinner but please also report:



To understand why blockchain is important, look beyond wild speculation on what is built below.

The Internet bubble of the 1990s is generally considered a period of mad excess that ended with the destruction of hundreds of billions of dollars of wealth. What is less often discussed is how all the cheap capital of the boom years financed the infrastructure on which the most important Internet innovations would be built after the bubble burst. It financed the deployment of fibre optic cable, R&D on 3G networks and the construction of giant server arrays. All this would make possible the technologies that are now the foundation of the world's most powerful societies: algorithmic research, social media, mobile computing, cloud services, large data analysis, artificial intelligence, etc.

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August 19, 2019, 03:40:47 AM
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Big company and community ,this is big oprtunity bye coin
And future is very good Best of luck...........

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Big company and community ,this is big oprtunity bye coin
And future is very good Best of luck

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August 20, 2019, 09:33:24 AM
Last edit: August 22, 2019, 02:12:24 AM by meanwords
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User: ALLAH 1 BANNED

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2250231

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I don't get it. You have 24k USD to welcome partners, but at the same time you are looking for minimum investment of 200 USD from people who want to partner?

We keep seeing people coming and asking for investment like this but where's your business model, your competitive research and analysis, budget statement, simple things like this? You want money, show us where it's going to:)

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I don't get it. You have 24k USD to welcome partners, but at the same time you are looking for minimum investment of 200 USD from people who want to partner?

We keep seeing people coming and asking for investment like this but where's your business model, your competitive research and analysis, budget statement, simple things like this? You want money, show us where it's going to:)

http://archive.is/zxBqF

More:

Original: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5176668.msg52196096#msg52196096

Copied: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5176668.msg52198035#msg52198035

http://archive.is/JSU8j

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There might be more that he copied from other people but most of his post came from threads with hundreds of replays so it's hard to pinpoint the source of his comments. Some are easy, just a simple ctrl + f and you'll see his comments copied from the others.

Edit: Good thing this user got banned. I checked and saw that all of his post are copied from the others. It sucks that this type of people exist.

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August 21, 2019, 04:55:47 PM
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I'm not sure if this plagiarism has been reported and if it has I'll delete my post.

user: alexyong342 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1517001

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For eastern countries, who don’t have things like democracy to worry about, it was easy. They banned it.

The West took a more subtle approach using the jab-cross-left-hook of fear, dis-accreditation, and tax. Fear of capital loss and distrust. Stories of stolen coins, bankrupt and corrupt exchanges. Linking cryptocurrency to crime, and what the government will do to anyone who actually makes a profit.

It worked.

Globally the response to the rise in the market capitalisation of cryptocurrencies was not homeopathic.

Governments didn’t bring out the heat lamp and cream to soothe the problem.

They brought the sword and started swinging.

On the demand side…

China outright banned ICO offerings and cryptocurrency trading, but India was slightly more subtle. The Indian government made an offer the banks couldn’t refuse — sure, you (banks) are free to do what you want. But if you let your customers swap between rupees and cryptocurrency the Indian Central Bank will cut you off. Not quite waking up with a prize stallion head in the bed, but Johnny Fontaine got his movie.

South Korea, a country whose citizens are understandably Bitcoin crazy, initially banned ICO’s but allowed the restricted buying and selling of cryptocurrency. The restrictions include prohibiting anonymous deposits and reporting anyone who moved more than 10 million won ($9,300) a day into the cryptocurrency market.

In the West, while not outright banning cryptocurrency trading, the campaign to stop cryptocurrency demand moved into full swing and included…

Full KYC (know your customer) requirements to open a cryptocurrency account.

Restrictions on how much fiat currency can be moved in and out of exchanges.

Huge increases in fees from credit and debit cards to fund cryptocurrency accounts.

New tax laws. The IRS now treats cryptocurrency as property. Any profit must be disclosed. Not just from moving fiat currency into cryptocurrency and then back again, but on every individual transaction.

Strong-arming cryptocurrency exchanges with new regulation caused massive delays in account opening, and all this combined with a negative media frenzy successfully killed the demand.

Big companies too joined the anti-cryptocurrency stance.

Facebook and Google outlawed cryptocurrency advertising. Perhaps they have been persuaded by the wisdom of the establishment, considering the lightness of touch over regulation and taxation. Why bite the hand?

The speed and aggressiveness in response to the rising value of cryptocurrencies is a significant tell on the future of this technology.

The establishment wants your seat at the table.

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For eastern countries, who don’t have things like democracy to worry about, it was easy. They banned it.

The West took a more subtle approach using the jab-cross-left-hook of fear, dis-accreditation, and tax. Fear of capital loss and distrust. Stories of stolen coins, bankrupt and corrupt exchanges. Linking cryptocurrency to crime, and what the government will do to anyone who actually makes a profit.

It worked.

Globally the response to the rise in the market capitalisation of cryptocurrencies was not homeopathic.

Governments didn’t bring out the heat lamp and cream to soothe the problem.

They brought the sword and started swinging.

On the demand side…

China outright banned ICO offerings and cryptocurrency trading, but India was slightly more subtle. The Indian government made an offer the banks couldn’t refuse — sure, you (banks) are free to do what you want. But if you let your customers swap between rupees and cryptocurrency the Indian Central Bank will cut you off. Not quite waking up with a prize stallion head in the bed, but Johnny Fontaine got his movie.

South Korea, a country whose citizens are understandably Bitcoin crazy, initially banned ICO’s but allowed the restricted buying and selling of cryptocurrency. The restrictions include prohibiting anonymous deposits and reporting anyone who moved more than 10 million won ($9,300) a day into the cryptocurrency market.

In the West, while not outright banning cryptocurrency trading, the campaign to stop cryptocurrency demand moved into full swing and included…

Full KYC (know your customer) requirements to open a cryptocurrency account.

Restrictions on how much fiat currency can be moved in and out of exchanges.

Huge increases in fees from credit and debit cards to fund cryptocurrency accounts.

New tax laws. The IRS now treats cryptocurrency as property. Any profit must be disclosed. Not just from moving fiat currency into cryptocurrency and then back again, but on every individual transaction.

Strong-arming cryptocurrency exchanges with new regulation caused massive delays in account opening, and all this combined with a negative media frenzy successfully killed the demand.

Big companies too joined the anti-cryptocurrency stance.

Facebook and Google outlawed cryptocurrency advertising. Perhaps they have been persuaded by the wisdom of the establishment, considering the lightness of touch over regulation and taxation. Why bite the hand?

The speed and aggressiveness in response to the rising value of cryptocurrencies is a significant tell on the future of this technology.

The establishment wants your seat at the table.



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August 26, 2019, 05:26:55 PM
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Nick Szabo -> merancang Bitgold tahun 1998 kemudian disempurnakan menjadi Bitcoin di tahun 2009 oleh pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto

berikut penjelasan beliau :

The central bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve, has put out “educational material” on Bitcoin for teachers and students .
The Bitcoin parts are odd enough, but this and a subsequent blog post will focus on the
following statement: “traditionally, currency is produced by a nation's government.“
Is that a fair representation of monetary traditions? At the very least it is quite incomplete.
This two-part series will proceed back in time, showing some of the many examples non-governmental money, in order to fill in some of the gaps.
 
Privately issued IOUs  and privately minted coins are covered here in part (i) of the series.
These IOUs can more specifically be described as bearer promissory notes, and even more specifically, when issued by banks, bank notes.

The Bitcoin public blockchain implements a global settlement layer ("layer 1" in bitcoin parlance).  
The closest historical analog to the Bitcoin settlement layer is not to the bank notes, nor even to the coins (despite its name),
it is to the monetary metal that for most of monetary history from ancient civilization to the 20th century ultimately underlay the IOUs.
This "metal layer" of historical money systems will be  covered in part (ii) of this series, as will some even more ancient forms of non-governmental money.

Bank notes:
Higher layers of the bitcoin ecosystem, which can include exchanges (centralized or decentralized) as well as more trust-minimized systems such as Lightning,
correspond most closely in our rough historical analogies to checking accounts (which, although often counted by economists as part of the money supply,
and not created or managed by governments, will be so familiar to most readers that they will not be covered in this series) and to private bank notes.  
In these higher layer monetary systems, a more computationally (or for bank notes physically) efficient medium is substituted for a less efficient medium
(for bank notes, often the underlying metal), usually (as is the case with checking accounts, bank notes, and centralized bitcoin exchanges alike)
at the cost of increasing trust and thus vulnerability and risk in the system.

Bank note (bearer promissory instrument) issued by the North of Scotland Bank, 1945.
Many banks besides central banks have issued bank notes that circulated as currency.  
George Selgin and Lawrence White among others have done extensive work in this area.
Knowledge of the long history of non-governmental money was one of the inspirations of the original invention of trust-minimized cryptocurrency.  
This practice continues to this day in Hong Kong and Scotland.

Critics have said that decentralized note issue, following the same principles of fractional reserve and maturity mismatch as central banks,
were just as or more prone to runs on the bank. Defenders have argued that competition between note-issuing banks formed a peer-to-peer system
where banks could redeem competitors' notes, making it more reliable and robust form of fractional reserve banking than
a central bank run or managed fractional reserve.

"During this era the U.S. had no central bank and paper money was issued by a variety of private banks.
Some was even issued by manufacturing and retail companies.
This money was backed by gold, silver, real estate, stocks, bonds, and a wide variety of other assets.
You can no longer cash them in, but they are now worth often substantial sums as collectibles...the note designs were more varied and creative than modern money,and were remarkably free of politicians' faces."

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The central bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve, has put out “educational material” on Bitcoin for teachers and students (including a quiz!). The Bitcoin parts are odd enough, but this and a subsequent blog post will focus on the following statement: “traditionally, currency is produced by a nation's government.“ Is that a fair representation of monetary traditions? At the very least it is quite incomplete. This two-part series will proceed back in time, showing some of the many examples non-governmental money, in order to fill in some of the gaps.
 
Privately issued IOUs  and privately minted coins are covered here in part (i) of the series. These IOUs can more specifically be described as bearer promissory notes, and even more specifically, when issued by banks, bank notes.

The Bitcoin public blockchain implements a global settlement layer ("layer 1" in bitcoin parlance).  The closest historical analog to the Bitcoin settlement layer is not to the bank notes, nor even to the coins (despite its name), it is to the monetary metal that for most of monetary history from ancient civilization to the 20th century ultimately underlay the IOUs. This "metal layer" of historical money systems will be  covered in part (ii) of this series, as will some even more ancient forms of non-governmental money.

Bank notes

Higher layers of the bitcoin ecosystem, which can include exchanges (centralized or decentralized) as well as more trust-minimized systems such as Lightning, correspond most closely in our rough historical analogies to checking accounts (which, although often counted by economists as part of the money supply, and not created or managed by governments, will be so familiar to most readers that they will not be covered in this series) and to private bank notes.  In these higher layer monetary systems, a more computationally (or for bank notes physically) efficient medium is substituted for a less efficient medium (for bank notes, often the underlying metal), usually (as is the case with checking accounts, bank notes, and centralized bitcoin exchanges alike) at the cost of increasing trust and thus vulnerability and risk in the system.

Bank note (bearer promissory instrument) issued by the North of Scotland Bank, 1945. Many banks besides central banks have issued bank notes that circulated as currency.  George Selgin and Lawrence White among others have done extensive work in this area. Knowledge of the long history of non-governmental money was one of the inspirations of the original invention of trust-minimized cryptocurrency.  This practice continues to this day in Hong Kong and Scotland.

Critics have said that decentralized note issue, following the same principles of fractional reserve and maturity mismatch as central banks, were just as or more prone to runs on the bank. Defenders have argued that competition between note-issuing banks formed a peer-to-peer system where banks could redeem competitors' notes, making it more reliable and robust form of fractional reserve banking than a central bank run or managed fractional reserve.

"During this era the U.S. had no central bank and paper money was issued by a variety of private banks. Some was even issued by manufacturing and retail companies. This money was backed by gold, silver, real estate, stocks, bonds, and a wide variety of other assets. You can no longer cash them in, but they are now worth often substantial sums as collectibles...the note designs were more varied and creative than modern money, and were remarkably free of politicians' faces."

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Plagiarism,  copy/ paste

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blockchain, is a growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked using cryptography. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data. By design, a blockchain is resistant to modification of the data. When people look into Ico, many are trying to know the team involved in the project, the prospects, the soft and hard cap target, the past handled projects and few other things.
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Bold part direct copy/paste from Google search.




A blockchain, originally block chain, is a growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked using cryptography. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data. By design, a blockchain is resistant to modification of the data.

Actually original article is here :  https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain

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September 04, 2019, 08:13:24 AM
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Hey guys,
Not sure about the source but clear copy paste to me


http://archive.is/3v2RH

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5181243.0

User : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2554620

Relevant quote:

3. Swing Trading (For Experienced Trader)
The swing trade method means buying and selling within the short-term, for example, within a week to profit from short-term market fluctuations. This strategy is suitable for traders who already have experience in the market, including controlling their emotions, reading technical charts, knowing the rhythm, how to set a stop loss and take profit, and very disciplined. สูตร บาคาร่า เพิ่มโอกาสทำเงิน

From the above image, both times the bitcoin price touched down to $ 5800, with both rebounding. Therefore, an example of a swing trade is if the price goes down to $ 5800 again and starts to bounce back. We can buy by specifying a cut-off point if the price falls below $ 5800.

No image whatsoever. Must have been there in the original content tho.

Also user tried to post this URL

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Hey guys,
Not sure about the source but clear copy paste to me
I googled several of the sentences and google shows no matching results. A plagiarism checker also detects nothing. Maybe he is using a text spinner of some sorts? I don't want to visit the happyluke site to check the image because I don't know what it is.

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September 04, 2019, 08:47:42 AM
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Hey guys,
Not sure about the source but clear copy paste to me
I googled several of the sentences and google shows no matching results. A plagiarism checker also detects nothing. Maybe he is using a text spinner of some sorts? I don't want to visit the happyluke site to check the image because I don't know what it is.

I know. But still seems way off to me.

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September 04, 2019, 09:11:01 AM
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I can't figure it out. Have you checked this other post of the same user?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5119202.msg50110554#msg50110554

It is so weird. It looks like parts of the sentences are randomly chosen and put in place. Suddenly there is a capital letter, no full stop where it needs to be etc. No signs of plagiarism here either.

Here are a few examples:

Kasikorn Research Center or kasikornresearch Assess the volatility of digital asset prices or cryptocurrency In speculation, trading, exchanging various currency coins such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple from the factors Cybersecurity Is an important factor affecting overall digital asset prices

The entire sentence makes no sense.

Assess is capitalized for some reason.
After the word cryptocurrency In is also capitalized.
And again the words Cybersecurity Is are capitalized.
No full stop at the end.

Or this one:

The supply that the market has reached is limited. Will result in a higher price of digital assets in the event that supply is close to demand Which explains why the price of digital assets has a higher variance rate than general assets For example Based on the comparison of bitcoin price variances with other assets, 

He doesn't put full stops where needed and then he puts one in the middle of a sentence and begins the next one with: "Will result in a higher price".

Could he be placing random parts of sentences and spinning the words to avoid detection?

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September 04, 2019, 09:14:20 AM
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Could he be placing random parts of sentences and spinning the words to avoid detection?
That's what I thought, and possibly in combination with automated translations.

I can only think of one reason: hoping to earn Merit. Why else would a Newbie go through this much trouble to create just 4 posts?

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I can't figure it out. Have you checked this other post of the same user?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5119202.msg50110554#msg50110554

Could he be placing random parts of sentences and spinning the words to avoid detection?
That's what I thought, and possibly in combination with automated translations.

Its translated from thai:

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Meanwhile Market volume of digital assets At low level Even though the three digital coins with the highest market value or market cap are Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. The average rate of trading value per market value in one month between September and October 2018 is only 3.79% 8.28% And 4.71% respectively only Which reflects the low trading of those coins
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Original: https://www.innwhy.com/20572-2ico-portals/

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ขณะเดียวกัน มูลค่าการซื้อขาย (Market Volume) ของสินทรัพย์ดิจิทัล อยู่ในระดับต่ำ โดยแม้กระทั่งเหรียญดิจิทัล 3 สกุลที่มีมูลค่าตามราคาตลาด หรือ Market Cap สูงที่สุด ได้แก่ Bitcoin Ethereum และ Ripple นั้น อัตราเฉลี่ยของสัดส่วนมูลค่าการซื้อขายต่อมูลค่าตามราคาตลาดในช่วงหนึ่งเดือนระหว่างกันยายน ถึงตุลาคม 2561 อยู่ที่เพียง 3.79% 8.28% และ 4.71% ตามลำดับเท่านั้น ซึ่งสะท้อนการซื้อขายเหรียญเหล่านั้นที่ต่ำ

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At the same time, the market volume of digital assets At low level Even the three most cryptocurrencies that have the highest market cap value are Bitcoin Ethereum and Ripple, the average ratio of turnover to market value during one month between September and October 2018 is just 3.79% 8.28%. And 4.71% respectively only Which reflects the trading of those coins that are low.

Same with this post from the person:
Copy:
2. Averaging down (Dollar Cost Average)
DCA (dollar-cost averaging) investment is the average cost investment. Where we will schedule crypto purchases in installments, such as investing 5000 baht to buy bitcoin every month, regardless of how much the bitcoin price we are buying at that time This type of investment Will be able to remove the emotions
The DCA method will allow us to buy larger cryptocurrencies when prices fall. And will buy less when the price rises The advantage of doing DCA is that during the downtrend market The chance of loss is less when compared to buying a large amount at one time. But during the market uptrend This method will return the average value. Or at least equal to the market return Regardless of the market conditions We can overcome the market.
In addition to helping reduce the risk Also helps to reduce stress

Original: https://medium.com/bitkub/cryptocurrency-decline-survival-techniques-tips-9b86fe007730
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2. Averaging down (Dollar Cost Average)
การลงทุนแบบ DCA (dollar-cost averaging) คือการลงทุนแบบถัวเฉลี่ยต้นทุน โดยที่เราจะกำหนดการซื้อคริปโตเป็นงวดๆ เช่น ลงทุน 5000 บาท ซื้อ bitcoin ทุกๆต้นเดือน โดยไม่สนใจว่าราคา bitcoin ที่เราจะซื้อตอนนั้นเป็นราคาเท่าไร การลงทุนแบบนี้ จะสามารถตัดเอาอารมณ์ความรู้สึกออกไป
วิธี DCA จะทำให้เราสามารถซื้อคริปโตในจำนวนที่มากขึ้นในเวลาที่ราคาปรับตัวลง และจะซื้อได้น้อยลงในเวลาที่ราคาปรับตัวสูงขึ้น ข้อดีของการทำ DCA ก็คือ ในช่วงตลาดขาลง โอกาสขาดทุนจะน้อยกว่าเมื่อเทียบกับการซื้อในจำนวนเยอะๆในครั้งเดียว แต่ในช่วงตลาดขาขึ้น วิธีนี้จะให้ผลตอบแทนเป็นค่าเฉลี่ย หรืออย่างน้อยก็เท่ากับผลตอบแทนของตลาด ซึ่งไม่ว่าตลาดจะอยู่ช่วงภาวะแบบไหน เราก็สามารถเอาชนะตลาดได้
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2. Averaging down (Dollar Cost Average)
DCA (dollar-cost averaging) investment is the average cost investment. Where we will schedule crypto purchases in installments, such as investing 5000 baht to buy bitcoin every month, regardless of how much the bitcoin price we are buying at that time This type of investment Will be able to remove the emotions
The DCA method will allow us to buy larger cryptocurrencies when prices fall. And will be able to buy less when the price rises The advantage of doing DCA is that during the downtrend market The chance of loss is less when compared to buying a large amount at one time. But during the market uptrend This method will return the average value. Or at least equal to the market return Regardless of the market conditions We can overcome the market.
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September 04, 2019, 10:19:49 PM
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Thanks mainconcept.

I guess the thai part of the hidden link he posted should have been a hint.



His posts were deleted. Not nuked yet tho. I reported his other posts again with a link to your post.

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I am really confused, can this be categorized as plagiarism? Because there are Two (2) ANN on the Japanese local board.

Account profile: tetrisdancyo
First posted by tetrisdancyo on May 04, 2019, 03:01:31 AM
(source / local thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5139171.msg50887807#msg50887807 )

Account profile: kazuki.t
And after that there was a post again related to the same ANN and made by kazuki.t on May 08, 2019, 02:49:28 PM
(source / local thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5140703.msg50953216#msg50953216 )

And here are the Original ANN sources from related projects: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5111223.0

And after I saw, there are a lot of similarities (well, maybe because it's the same as one local board) But, can there be 2 local ANN in the same local board?







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    I do not understand Japanese. But if this is allowed 2 ANNs on one local board, I will delete this.

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    September 08, 2019, 11:53:51 AM
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    Personally, it is not a problem. Because it was translated from the original ANN of the project. So, automatically every sentence will be the same or slightly different.

    If that is still permissible then let it go. But if it is forbidden, it should be locked for ANN whose posts (second local ANN post)

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    You could check the official bounty thread of Bcnex. I am assuming those ANNs are part of a bounty. The name of the thread starter or starters should be on the list of bounty participants. If one of them isn't one might ask why he created the ANN in the first place.

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