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January 04, 2018, 05:07:58 PM
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January 04, 2018, 10:25:38 PM
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I will put $10 in an escrow to pay you not post in any thread about a signature campaign, bounty, ICO, Air-drop or micro-earning thread for 1-month while remaining active on the forum. Every single one of your posts is about being paid for a post and I'm sure I don't need to explain why that is a turn off not only to those who are paying regular users of the forum, but it also pisses off everyone that is a regular user of the forum. People are sick of people that post low-quality threads, only to up their post count, activity and hope to be paid for their non-input, copy-paste "+1" type posts.

It seems strange that you have all the information to come to the correct conclusion, yet it eludes you; Signature campaigns offer limited slots, because they are looking for the greatest contributors to the forum. I do not understand why your response to this is to make another post, which under no stretch of the imagination could be considered a contribution, then honestly believe someone will come crawling to you as if there is a shortage of applicants. I'm baffled by this kind of reasoning. You must not have thought this through, but there is redemption to be had, because this is not activity born out of malice.

Try learning about bitcoin, the nuanced conversations you can have about it's potential and future direction and try to learn how it is developed; you could even try thoroughly reading the white-paper until you could explain everything about bitcoin from start until now. It doesn't feel like you care to be a part of the community, so again my offer is serious.. I will put $10 in an escrow to be released to you after 1-month if you refrain from posting in the aforementioned threads and are determined to have actually been making an effort towards learning, improving and maybe even providing something of value to the community. Your signature/Personal text must remain empty during this time as well. You may meet some friends, make connections and even find an opportunity to earn outside of burst-posting. Only post when you genuinely have something new to say, offer or ask; for everything else there is a search function.

Let me know if you're interested in actually providing something other than spam to the forum, if not I guess you can keep doing what you're doing until you're frustrated enough to abandon your account (which may be the better option, if your only interest is bounties and campaigns.)

If someone else thinks I am promoting something negative with my proposition, I'm all ears, but it could be an interesting case-study.
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January 04, 2018, 11:04:14 PM
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Couldn’t agree more. So many shitposters trying to make a buck without contributing anything to any conversations.  I like the idea you proposed. The huge spike in these kinds of posts are just trashing the forum. I’m glad campaign managers don’t accept these type of poster into their campaigns. Wouldn’t be fair to those who actually have ideas to contribute or are actually helping others.

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January 05, 2018, 07:26:57 AM
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@bill gator, your idea is actually BRILLIANT. I've got $10 on it, as well, if OP decides to take you up on the offer. My only stipulation is that I'd require OP to use the personal text "I'm a shitposter in de-training" or something to that effect. I'm down to sponsor 5 shitposters per month at $10 each to keep them from spamming the boards, and I'm dead serious.

I can send you PayPal, BTC, BCH, or DOGE. Let me know.

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January 06, 2018, 03:17:10 AM
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Taking a peak at OP, Rabby637 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1165212), it seems like they have posted 20 times since we've replied to this topic and every single one of those posts are in exactly the kinds of threads we've offered payment for them to avoid. I find it hard to believe that they haven't seen the replies or simply missed their Watchlist. It appears as if they've chosen the path of frustration and not being a valued member of the community.

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Even doubling the offer doesn't seen to get their attention and that's sad, because it's definitely more than they would make off whatever they're wasting time doing currently. I feel like we've got a pretty good offer on the table, and it's a shame OP can't even give us the decency of a reply when we're offering a chance at redemption!

It's so befuddling to me that users like this never get anywhere with this kind of behavior, yet they continue, even after it has been made clear and there is every reason to change what they're doing.
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