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January 20, 2018, 08:39:28 PM
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I saw you delete some negative trust to others, Can you remove mine too?? Ive waiting for month and I dont know that my collateral isnt good Im just asking and If Denied Its Okay.
I am just Jr.Member and I forgot to read the rules now I know all the Rules thats why Im living peaceful here on bitcointalk

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January 20, 2018, 09:44:16 PM
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No... the negative trust should stick. The collateral you offered straight-up suggests that you're going to exit scam. Why would a private key or a bitcointalk account act as good collateral?

In the latter case, if you default the loan your account is going to be tagged anyway.
In the former case, once a private key is leaked any funds in the account are as good as compromised, meaning you're not going to use it anyway. Not only this but you can simply send the coins from the linked public key address to another wallet and the lender will have nothing.

Clearly, it's not simply a case of the 'rules of bitcointalk'.

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January 20, 2018, 10:48:34 PM
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I saw you delete some negative trust to others, Can you remove mine too?? Ive waiting for month and I dont know that my collateral isnt good Im just asking and If Denied Its Okay.
I am just Jr.Member and I forgot to read the rules now I know all the Rules thats why Im living peaceful here on bitcointalk

In this section we met
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2275651.msg25687277#msg25687277

You have made just 8 low quality posts.  I need you to interact with the community more so you are genuine about BTC and not just here to scam.

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January 21, 2018, 02:34:12 AM
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I saw you delete some negative trust to others, Can you remove mine too?? Ive waiting for month and I dont know that my collateral isnt good Im just asking and If Denied Its Okay.
I am just Jr.Member and I forgot to read the rules now I know all the Rules thats why Im living peaceful here on bitcointalk

In this section we met
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2275651.msg25687277#msg25687277

You have made just 8 low quality posts.  I need you to interact with the community more so you are genuine about BTC and not just here to scam.
Okay Smiley Going to do that BTW Im not a Scammer! I will communicate and explore more about bitcointalk I will wait to it.

No... the negative trust should stick. The collateral you offered straight-up suggests that you're going to exit scam. Why would a private key or a bitcointalk account act as good collateral?

In the latter case, if you default the loan your account is going to be tagged anyway.
In the former case, once a private key is leaked any funds in the account are as good as compromised, meaning you're not going to use it anyway. Not only this but you can simply send the coins from the linked public key address to another wallet and the lender will have nothing.

Clearly, it's not simply a case of the 'rules of bitcointalk'.
I cant find any collateral so I realize if My Bitcoin Wallet Private Key is allowed then its got denied and Im asking it Why then aTriz answer No Valid Collateral if I know that My Collateral is not enough to loan that amount So I dont have negative trust and No Problem


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