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August 22, 2017, 04:39:53 PM
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today I am follow some member got + trust and som are red trust. what are mean about trust?
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August 22, 2017, 04:45:03 PM
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This should be moved to the Meta subforum.



The green and red numbers below the users names are the number of people who left positive or negative feedback on a user based on a trade or overall forum behavior. There is also a trust setting in which you can customize for you to put the names of those whom you trust on that list so as not to have an improper judgment just because they have a green trust on their profile.

P.S. Trust system on this forum is darn fucked.




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August 22, 2017, 05:09:44 PM
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Green and Red are a joke, you should read into comments and vouch threads to determine trust.

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September 02, 2017, 11:38:42 PM
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I am a newbee. I don't know about trust.
Please anybody suggest me about this trust.
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September 03, 2017, 08:58:06 AM
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I am a newbee. I don't know about trust.
Please anybody suggest me about this trust.

this affects the rating of trust, if you want to hold some kind of event on the forum basis, but in general all users with any rating are equal
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September 03, 2017, 10:47:15 AM
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Is there any way to get fast +Green trust? Do I need to ask someone to trust me?
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September 03, 2017, 11:35:55 AM
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Is there any way to get fast +Green trust? Do I need to ask someone to trust me?

No, you need to proof yourself to the community.Be helpful, offer a service, sell some stuff, etc..Never ask for trust feedback (buying it or forcing people to leave you +ve feedbacks), you will then have a big red feedback on your profile..

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September 03, 2017, 03:10:46 PM
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sorry I want to ask if if we become the manager of a project will be able to get a green trust because many of the members who become the project manager of his trust a lot of green.
I want to be a manager but the science of bitcoin not quite qualified and still a beginner, so have not dared to register as manager.
Could anyone explain?
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September 03, 2017, 08:03:29 PM
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Is there any way to get fast +Green trust? Do I need to ask someone to trust me?

That's the best way to get red trust.  Why do you want it?

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September 06, 2017, 07:05:26 PM
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Is there any way to get fast +Green trust? Do I need to ask someone to trust me?

That's the best way to get red trust.  Why do you want it?

Don't you want it? Maybe I misunderstand, but is not this what all users of this forum are striving for?
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September 25, 2017, 10:16:15 AM
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Trust is both and emotional and logical act. Emotionally, it is where you expose your vulnerabilities to people, but believing they will not take advantage of your openness. Logically, it is where you have assessed the probabilities of gain and loss, calculating expected utility based on hard performance data, and concluded that the person in question will behave in a predictable manner. In practice, trust is a bit of both. I trust you because I have experienced your trustworthiness and because I have faith in human nature.

We feel trust. Emotions associated with trust include companionship, friendship, love, agreement, relaxation, comfort.

There are a number of different ways we can define trust. Here are the dimensions of trust and consequent definitions.

Predictability
It is a normal part of the human condition to be constantly forecasting ahead. We build internal models of the world based both on our experiences and what others tell us, and then use these to guess what will happen next. This allows us to spot and prepare for threats and also make plans to achieve our longer-term goals.

The greatest unpredictability is at 50%; a reliable enemy can be preferable to an unpredictable friend, as at least we know where we are with them.

Definition 1: Trust means being able to predict what other people will do and what situations will occur. If we can surround ourselves with people we trust, then we can create a safe present and an even better future.

Value exchange
Most of what we do with other people is based around exchange, which is the basis for all businesses as well as simple relationships. At its simplest, it is exchange of goods. I will swap you two sheep for one cow. It is easy to calculate the value in such material bargaining. Things get more complex when less tangible forces come into play. A parent exchanges attention for love. A company exchanges not only pay but good working conditions for the intellectual and manual efforts of its workforce.

Value exchange works because we each value things differently. If I have a whole flock of sheep but no milk, then I can do business with a person who has a herd of cows but no clothes. This principle of reciprocity is what binds societies together.

Trust in value exchange occurs when we do not know fully whether what we are receiving is what we expect. When we buy a car, don’t want to be sold a ringer which the seller knows is faulty. When I get advice in business, I want it to be based on facts, not wild opinions.

Definition 2: Trust means making an exchange with someone when you do not have full knowledge about them, their intent and the things they are offering to you.

Delayed reciprocity
Exchange is not just about an immediate swapping of cows and sheep or hugs and kisses. What makes companies and societies really work is that something is given now, but the return is paid back some time in the future. The advantage of this is that we can create a more flexible environment, where you can get what you need when you need it, rather than having to save up for it.

Trust now becomes particularly important, because otherwise we are giving something for nothing. The delay we have placed in the reciprocal arrangement adds a high level of uncertainty which we need to mitigate through trust.

What is often called the ‘golden rule’ is a simple formula for creating trust. ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.’ It sets up the dynamic for my giving you something now with the hope of getting back some unspecified thing in the indeterminate future.

Definition 3: Trust means giving something now with an expectation that it will be repaid, possibly in some unspecified way at some unspecified time in the future.

Exposed vulnerabilities
When we trust other people, we may not only be giving them something in hope of getting something else back in the future, we may also be exposing ourselves in a way that they can take advantage of our vulnerabilities. If I buy a car from you and I do not know a good price, you can lie to me so you get a better bargain. If I tell you in confidence about the problems I am having with work, you could use this to further your own career at my expense.

Although the threat of retribution or projected feelings of guilt can counteract your temptation to abuse my exposed vulnerabilities, if you succumb I still get hurt and may still end up with the shorter stick. For our transaction to complete successfully, I must be able to trust that such agonies will not come to pass.

Definition 4: Trust means enabling other people to take advantage of your vulnerabilities—but expecting that they will not do this.

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September 26, 2017, 01:56:27 AM
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today I am follow some member got + trust and som are red trust. what are mean about trust?
In my opinion very important belief, we will not be able to live without trust. When doing anything too, confidence determines performance. With bitcoin, too, must believe in your own choice, investment. Believe bitcoin brings success and wealth, change everything.
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September 26, 2017, 03:30:34 AM
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TRUST is a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.trust can be attributed to relationships between people. It can be demonstrated that humans have a natural disposition to trust and to judge trust worthiness that can be traced to the microbiological structure and activity of a human brain. Some studies indicate that trust can be altered e.g. by the application of Oxycontin,Trust is primarily a positive emotion. It makes people confidently rely on the integrity, or ability of people and organizations. Without its emotional overtones, the word “trust” can also mean a rational expectation. The switch may be “trusted” to turn on the light. The trust emotion is not required for a person to rely on another. Acceptance of treatment from a physician in an emergency room is decided not by trust, but by necessity.In interactions with people, trust appears subconsciously. The mind evaluates their benevolent intentions, expectations and hopes. It evaluates the value and costs of benefits. These evaluations occur within the limbic system. Within this group of nuclei, many emotions, including distrust, fear, goodwill and trust compete.
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