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October 13, 2017, 09:02:42 AM
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... because the airdrop threads are like a free list of usernames you should blacklist in any real project.
Obviously those airdrop threads attract most lazy users that don't want to do anything and don't mind low quality for a fast dollar.
You don't really have to do anything... just download a copy of those airdrop spreadsheets. Free info


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October 13, 2017, 01:24:42 PM
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You're basically implying that any and every company that hands out free samples is a scam. And anyone who has ever accepted any free samples deserves to be ignored and shunned by the rest of society that hasn't.

I would be honestly surprised if you could find even a single person that has never accepted anything free in their entire life.
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October 13, 2017, 04:12:18 PM
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It's quite hilarious this is coming from a guy who was caught red-handed unsuccessfully trying to blackmail a user on this forum here (archive).

That aside, you'd have to be willing to argue that simply because your name is on one of those spreadsheets then you must have posted on the accompanying thread which is demonstrably false. Take this one for example. There are 2,230 addresses in there but only 140 posts on the thread at the time of posting. There's another with with over 10K addresses and nowhere near that many posts on the thread.

There's also the fact that simply because a project uses airdrops doesn't imply it's "not a real project". ByteBall is the most notable, and probably the most viewed thread in the Altcoin section. ELIX is another but I digress. With ICOs becoming less favorable due to the SEC and whatnot, airdrops might become more frequent (except there's another way to get coins/tokens into the hands of the public).
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October 13, 2017, 07:47:48 PM
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What type of project would benefit from blacklisting those guys? Simply charging a fair price for your product or service will essentially block freeloaders.

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October 13, 2017, 11:42:20 PM
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What type of project would benefit from blacklisting those guys? Simply charging a fair price for your product or service will essentially block freeloaders.

It's funny you say that while donning a DeepOnion signature which ICYMI is an airdropped coin and, tbh, on the same level as those worthless e-somethingcoin tokens popping up everywhere.
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