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Author Topic: Progressing to Jr. Member  (Read 376 times)
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December 04, 2017, 03:48:47 AM

Hi, I am a newbie. I have been trying to follow all the rules and regulations on Bitcointalk forum.

My question is straight and simple, as a Newbie, how many posts and activity do I need to get to upgrade to Jr. Member?

You need 30 post to rank up , or to be an junior member , but we have only 14 activities per week , so 14 plus 14 equals 28 , so probably , 3 weeks I guess to be an jr.member. And be careful too on what you post or quote or either reply , because sometimes our moderators are deleting the off topic ones , so be careful and always reply on topic , follow the rules and regulation too , and always motivated , and stay active.
I think he should has at least 42 potiental activities too. Smiley
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December 04, 2017, 05:41:09 AM

Postcount doesn't matter.

Haha, this is a lie!

Post count is the first thing that matters related to a Bitcointalk participant's rank! The second thing that matters is the frequency of your posts. The third thing is the length of time your account has been opened.

Please stop confusing these Newbies with false information!

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