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November 25, 2017, 09:54:25 PM
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Hello! I am new and have an answer! Friend is important to be an active reader and write more often. Comment, report and rating will grow the only thing that will not be fast. Do it every day.

Trust is usually not influenced by number of posts. The quickest way would be to just buy stuff from people in the services and goods section and hope that they will give you positive reviews.
You must be stating a fact. You have several positive trusts.

I just want to say do not blindly trust the numbers (20 0/+2 and similar). Sure he has a lot of feedback but not much of it is backed by serious reasons and note that most of nathams trust is from 2 users (monbux and EFS)

Myself did a trade with kilo17. I sent him 1+ BTC unescrowed and after that he sent the goods to me. That's what I see as well deserved trust (because he could say byebye to me after receiving the funds).
In other words: Always check also the reason for given trust.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying nahtnam is not trustworthy (I believe he is) it's just ... you know  ( i hope you see what mean ).

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November 26, 2017, 03:29:33 AM
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Maybe you should try leveling your account first by posting and upgrading your activities so that you will reach a higher rank. Or you might wanna try conducting a transaction or negotiations here in which you can offer some of valuable goods or service in exchange for bitcoin or vice-versa at anyways whichever you prefer just make sure your transaction is smooth and no sweet talks just make sure that if you get something in return you will give something back to your client.

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November 30, 2017, 03:39:12 AM
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Trade on this platform and risked some BTC. When you are through and successful, your trade partner will give you a positive feedback and you get a green trust. The number of trades you have with the feedback correlate with the number of trust.

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November 30, 2017, 10:45:28 PM
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Trade on this platform and risked some BTC. When you are through and successful, your trade partner will give you a positive feedback and you get a green trust. The number of trades you have with the feedback correlate with the number of trust.

Exactly that way Wink

Wrong.

The only ratings that make a difference to your overall score (which in turn make you go green or red) are ratings from users in Default Trust levels 1 and 2.

For example, if a user such as minerjones, Lauda, Lutpin, Blazed or myself (among many other users in DT..) leave a rating on an account for a successful trade, it will be visible to all by default, and therefore goes under "Trusted Feedback" for everyone to see.

For anyone outside Default Trust, they can still leave you a rating, but it goes under "Untrusted Feedback" and will make no difference whatsoever to your trust score (it will remain 0).

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