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July 31, 2019, 12:24:01 PM
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How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.

Not that your post deserves a reply but.. legitimacy and integrity goes far beyond traffic and the members that are taking part in this, the most coveted campaign, has all of the reputation that you could possibly want to represent your brand.

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July 31, 2019, 12:47:21 PM
 #2582

How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.

Gambling board is a spam board, imo. Nobody reads anything there (but Google), just post. Like altcoin board.

You won't find high quality posts there. Just megathreads with 40 pages.

I believe that the members that are promoting chipmixer are doing a very good job. So many knowledged and trusted members of the community promoting a service makes that service looks reliable.

I would really like to join this campaign and I think I am as good posters as most members here, I don't  think it is fair to replace old members because someone looks a better poster (I would not like if that happened to me). This idea of "better" depends on the time a person has available, the boards hgoes, and it is very difficult to measure. Some boards lack merits, while others you can easily farm them, so merit is not a good metric.

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July 31, 2019, 01:23:01 PM
 #2583

How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.
Gambling board is a spam board, imo. Nobody reads anything there (but Google), just post. Like altcoin board.
Here's the deal, innit?

Sometimes, high-quality posters (terrible that we even have to use this term) post in Gambling or other spam-heavy sections. Why don't we see those posts? Because it's a spam-heavy section. One good post is buried under scores of other useless regurgitated posts.
The very fact that we can distinguish between "good" sections and "bad" sections just shows how poorly the forum has been doing from a discussion perspective. This is supposed to be a forum of communication, not one of repetition by those that have no idea what they're talking about.

I post in Gambling if there's something worth talking about. Unfortunately, 99% of those posts are just part of the useless circlejerk sigspam gang.

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July 31, 2019, 02:30:31 PM
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How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.

Not that your post deserves a reply but.. legitimacy and integrity goes far beyond traffic and the members that are taking part in this, the most coveted campaign, has all of the reputation that you could possibly want to represent your brand.

How about hiring someone with legitimacy and integrity that posts on a relevant board like the gambling section? not everyone is a spammer there, there are good posts, and people will actually click on your banner to mix coins.

How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.

Gambling board is a spam board, imo. Nobody reads anything there (but Google), just post. Like altcoin board.

You won't find high quality posts there. Just megathreads with 40 pages.

I believe that the members that are promoting chipmixer are doing a very good job. So many knowledged and trusted members of the community promoting a service makes that service looks reliable.

I would really like to join this campaign and I think I am as good posters as most members here, I don't  think it is fair to replace old members because someone looks a better poster (I would not like if that happened to me). This idea of "better" depends on the time a person has available, the boards hgoes, and it is very difficult to measure. Some boards lack merits, while others you can easily farm them, so merit is not a good metric.

There's good posters on the gambling section believe it or not, some good bookers and insight here and generally well written posts. Just because you post there, it doesn't mean you can't be a good overall poster.

It's ironic that you are wearing that sig which basically is viable due gamblers clicking on it.
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July 31, 2019, 02:50:57 PM
 #2585

There's good posters on the gambling section believe it or not, some good bookers and insight here and generally well written posts. Just because you post there, it doesn't mean you can't be a good overall poster.

It's ironic that you are wearing that sig which basically is viable due gamblers clicking on it.
Even if good posters made good posts in Gambling Discussion, their good posts will be fastly burried by hundreds of shit posts. I believe this is reason why good posters rarely or never make their posts in Gambling Discussion, as well as in Altcoins / Bitcoin discussion. Those boards are one of the most shady ones in the forum, covered by shit posts. For a long time ago, I read someone else wrote that if Newbie Jail brings back, newbies should be allowed to make their posts in those boards, only, before they surpass some steps to get their accounts whitelisted.

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July 31, 2019, 03:43:46 PM
 #2586

How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.

There's decent enough coverage in Gambling so I'm okay with it for now. Off the top of my head, there's me, buwaytress, SyGambler and harizen who post in Gambling. I'm pretty active browsing in that section and unfortunately there's just way too much spam everywhere.

I'm open to getting more people who are active in Gambling (such as Royse777) but it's not a huge priority at the moment.

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July 31, 2019, 06:34:39 PM
 #2587

How come I never see chipmixer signatures on the gambling section? I've run mixing gigs in the past, most of the traffic came from gambling related activity. I wonder what sort of asset you see on super niche local boards above that. Waste of money IMO.

There's also some people that could be replaced by some of the new applicants which are better posters.
The gambling sub has a lot of spam (as others have mentioned). Even if you are a good poster, your posts will not necessarily be seen as much as if you were posting elsewhere because the spam posts will drown out your posts.

I do agree that the certain people should be removed from this campaign. Bob123 for example has admitted to intentionally deceiving someone in order to cause harm to the person by exposing what he knew was secret information. Chipmixer has a business model that relies upon their customers trusting them with confidential information (the link between the inputs and outputs), and I don’t see why anyone would trust Chipmixer to do this if they are paying someone like bob to advertise for them — this is not unlike a daycare center paying Jeff Epstein to advertise for them.

I have seen others post in a dev and tech thread saying, among other things that he doesn’t have a clue how the subject of the thread works, presumably to increase his post count and/to to show he posts in the sub.

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July 31, 2019, 11:45:41 PM
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I do agree that the certain people should be removed from this campaign. Bob123 for example has admitted to intentionally deceiving someone in order to cause harm to the person by exposing what he knew was secret information. Chipmixer has a business model that relies upon their customers trusting them with confidential information (the link between the inputs and outputs), and I don’t see why anyone would trust Chipmixer to do this if they are paying someone like bob to advertise for them — this is not unlike a daycare center paying Jeff Epstein to advertise for them.
Do you have any links/proof/actual evidence for any of this?? I haven't read much in the forum for a couple of weeks at least, so please do link me down of said admission, and whatever the issue is, I am sure DarkStar_ and chipmixer would handle it in their own way as they please.

I have seen others post in a dev and tech thread saying, among other things that he doesn’t have a clue how the subject of the thread works, presumably to increase his post count and/to to show he posts in the sub.
Or...there's a fair chance that the user is trying to learn by actively trying to participate in discussions, and even if someone is wrong, they could be corrected. That's the actual purpose of the forum you know Wink. Albeit, there have been times where people post random ass crap just to increase their post count and stuff, but I am pretty sure that chipmixer participants know that there's a fair chance of them getting removed if they do that, don't worry honeybun xoxo.

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July 31, 2019, 11:54:55 PM
 #2589

I have seen others post in a dev and tech thread saying, among other things that he doesn’t have a clue how the subject of the thread works, presumably to increase his post count and/to to show he posts in the sub.

I know cwrth did it when applying for this round, and maybe a few others, but from what I've seen/read it doesn't seem to be a huge issue. There's some inaccurate/pointless posts that I don't pay for, but it's decent most of the time. If there's someone who's really bad for this feel free to PM me and I'll send you a small bounty if they end up being removed.

@pugman - you can read the bob123 drama here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5157334.0

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August 01, 2019, 02:14:48 AM
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I have seen others post in a dev and tech thread saying, among other things that he doesn’t have a clue how the subject of the thread works, presumably to increase his post count and/to to show he posts in the sub.

I know cwrth did it when applying for this round, and maybe a few others, but from what I've seen/read it doesn't seem to be a huge issue. There's some inaccurate/pointless posts that I don't pay for, but it's decent most of the time. If there's someone who's really bad for this feel free to PM me and I'll send you a small bounty if they end up being removed.

Thanks for remembering, DS. Well, originally, the ones that fit me is the posting in the Local Board. Reading the criteria needed for the slot might as well participate in it. For me, it opened another board that I need to learn more and possibly participate more in those categories. I just hope it wasn't me who had the pointless posts or is it?. Lol.





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August 01, 2019, 07:19:09 AM
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I do agree that the certain people should be removed from this campaign. Bob123 for example has admitted to intentionally deceiving someone in order to cause harm to the person by exposing what he knew was secret information. Chipmixer has a business model that relies upon their customers trusting them with confidential information (the link between the inputs and outputs), and I don’t see why anyone would trust Chipmixer to do this if they are paying someone like bob to advertise for them

I am starting to get annoyed by your attempts to discredit me as well as damaging my reputation.
How many threads did you hijack with your baseless claims already? 4 ?

Unfortunately it seems that in order to not get discredited by you, i have to answer in each of them.
Let's make this short:

1. I did not expose secret or confidential information.
2. The seller was offering hacked accounts.
3. This - admittedly unethical - action has lead to 2 accounts being returned to their original owner, preventing damage to the buyer of the accounts and (more importantly) the legitimate and original owner of them.

If you want to call 'returning hacked accounts back to the original owner by deceiving the hacker/seller' as intentionally causing harm.. then this is your point of view.

But stop posting some baseless claims - completely out of context - in threads not dedicated to this topic.

I do understand, that you - as #4 of the least trusted members here and an account farmer / seller - hate me with your full passion.
However.. if you still have something to say regarding this topic, use the two threads already existing.

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August 01, 2019, 01:55:32 PM
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I'm open to getting more people who are active in Gambling (such as Royse777) but it's not a huge priority at the moment.
Aww! That's nice to hear my name here. I am eagerly waiting for my shot :-)

Back to the topic about posters in Gambling section, there are a lot of people in the gambling section who produce quality contents not just doing it for their activity count.
Talking about sig spammers, more or less they are all over in the forum except some sub boards where signature space is not visible like Serious discussion





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August 01, 2019, 02:37:27 PM
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I'm open to getting more people who are active in Gambling (such as Royse777) but it's not a huge priority at the moment.
Aww! That's nice to hear my name here. I am eagerly waiting for my shot :-)

Back to the topic about posters in Gambling section, there are a lot of people in the gambling section who produce quality contents not just doing it for their activity count.
Talking about sig spammers, more or less they are all over in the forum except some sub boards where signature space is not visible like Serious discussion

At least new cricketing threads are moving to the right direction.

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August 03, 2019, 11:26:02 PM
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more or less they are all over in the forum except some sub boards where signature space is not visible like Serious discussion

There are other boards that are nearly 100% spam free, full of quality posts ,and the mods don't play around, I hardly manage to report anything there before a mod sees and deletes it, for obvious reasons I won't be naming them !  Roll Eyes

Overall, any technical related section tends to have less shitposters, because topics in those places are not about opinions or speculations, it's either you know what you are talking about or you will look like an idiot and eventually get nuked due to the number of good reports against you , therefore those who have no knowledge about the field ,may only ask a question or two once in a while but they will never be able to actually blend in , the exact opposite is true, a section with topics that are opinions / thoughts based is spammers' paradise.

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August 04, 2019, 03:15:09 AM
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Payments might have to be sent tomorrow. Accidently bent some CPU pins and the local tech store is closed so I can't buy a replacement. Hopefully I'll get it fixed in the next few hours but it will have to wait for tomorrow otherwise. I apologize for the delay.

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August 04, 2019, 03:36:12 AM
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I don't even want to ask how you managed to do that?

What cpu did you kill?

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August 04, 2019, 03:45:38 AM
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I don't even want to ask how you managed to do that?

What cpu did you kill?

Was swapping motherboards and I guess it broke when I pulled it out of the socket. Cooler might have put too much pressure as well (accidently made it way too tight).

Fortunately it's only a Ryzen 5 1600 so not too bad. Might end up as an excuse to upgrade to third gen Ryzen but I'd still rather fix it if possible.

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August 04, 2019, 03:53:33 AM
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I don't even want to ask how you managed to do that?

What cpu did you kill?

Was swapping motherboards and I guess it broke when I pulled it out of the socket. Cooler might have put too much pressure as well (accidently made it way too tight).

Fortunately it's only a Ryzen 5 1600 so not too bad. Might end up as an excuse to upgrade to third gen Ryzen but I'd still rather fix it if possible.

Too much pressure shouldn't bend pins. It could only bend the motherboard as far as I am aware of.

The only time I saw bent pins is when someone tried to mount a cpu the wrong way and they got fiddled up with the pins of the motherboard.

Hopes you get it sorted out. If not switch to Intel Wink

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August 04, 2019, 03:56:46 AM
Last edit: August 04, 2019, 05:41:49 AM by DarkStar_
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I don't even want to ask how you managed to do that?

What cpu did you kill?

Was swapping motherboards and I guess it broke when I pulled it out of the socket. Cooler might have put too much pressure as well (accidently made it way too tight).

Fortunately it's only a Ryzen 5 1600 so not too bad. Might end up as an excuse to upgrade to third gen Ryzen but I'd still rather fix it if possible.

Too much pressure shouldn't bend pins. It could only bend the motherboard as far as I am aware of.

The only time I saw bent pins is when someone tried to mount a cpu the wrong way and they got fiddled up with the pins of the motherboard.

Hopes you get it sorted out. If not switch to Intel Wink

AMD is PGA so it's the CPU pins that are bent. I think the cause was that I didn't place the CPU in the socket properly which ended up causing some pins to bend.

I can drop in a 3600 without any other hassle so no Intel (and Meltdown/other vulnerabilities) for me  Wink



Update: Definitely broken despite my best efforts to fix :/
Payments will be sent at around 2 pm MDT as the store opens at 11 am.

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August 04, 2019, 07:13:24 AM
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I don't even want to ask how you managed to do that?

What cpu did you kill?

Was swapping motherboards and I guess it broke when I pulled it out of the socket. Cooler might have put too much pressure as well (accidently made it way too tight).

Fortunately it's only a Ryzen 5 1600 so not too bad. Might end up as an excuse to upgrade to third gen Ryzen but I'd still rather fix it if possible.
Go get a new-gen ryzen. Great value for money!

 
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