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January 28, 2018, 04:45:31 AM
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Avoid posting unnecessary comments and useless post. You're getting ban according to your performance on how you post and reply on the question given. Understanding the post before replying will help.Stick to the topic.
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January 28, 2018, 05:29:48 AM
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I am a newbie and honestly didn’t know at first what to do with my account. I was disabled once,  pay a small amount of bitcoin to lift my disabled status. But now again I am disabled what should I do?  Huh Need some advice and guidance. It is really a big help for a newbie like me to get an idea how to avoid being disabled stat.
Thank you for those who can share their piece of advice and guidance.
The first thing that you should do is read the pined messages on every section, to educate your self the basic learning that newbie need to know first. Secondly is post with quality and by that you will be save for the next possible banned.
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January 28, 2018, 05:55:56 AM
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stay active and up your rank...
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January 28, 2018, 06:44:55 AM
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I think it is because of the quality of your posts. So I think it is worth reading " Beginners and Help - Newbies - Read before posting" thread first before doing anything inside Bitcointalk forum. This should be applied for all the newbies including me.

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January 28, 2018, 08:57:30 AM
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To be honest I really notice that bitcoin system become more strict than before. Lets make our post quality and full of sense to avoid what had happened to you. Actually they wanted us quit literate here. They wanted too to newbies to start posting constructive and quality post from the beginning to be our habit when we do reply message. It will be our habit, must be our habit to perform.
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January 28, 2018, 11:07:17 AM
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I am a newbie and honestly didn’t know at first what to do with my account. I was disabled once,  pay a small amount of bitcoin to lift my disabled status. But now again I am disabled what should I do?  Huh Need some advice and guidance. It is really a big help for a newbie like me to get an idea how to avoid being disabled stat.
Thank you for those who can share their piece of advice and guidance.
Firstly, you should read, learn more about crypto ecosystem in order to level up your knowledge in this area.
Secondly, scanning and reading interesting topics in the forum. Please focusing on threads of higher-rank users, such as Senior member, hero, and ledgendary, who might have deeply understanding about crypto.
Thirdly, writing your own posts which should on-topic and as high quality as possible.
Fourthly, please don't spamming, plagirising in the forum. If you do that, you also put your account under high risk of permanent ban from admin and moderators.

Good luck and hope that my recommendations useful for your case.
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January 28, 2018, 12:49:47 PM
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January 29, 2018, 04:55:34 AM
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Hello i am a newbie ask how to make bitcoin wallet and how many post per day to be post.thank you
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January 29, 2018, 07:48:29 AM
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The quality of someone's posts will affect the quality of this forum. If you only look for the number of post and activity, then the spam will appear instead of knowledge.
I think the qualified post is a useful post for others. Not just a comment.

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January 29, 2018, 08:59:23 AM
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I am a newbie and honestly didn’t know at first what to do with my account. I was disabled once,  pay a small amount of bitcoin to lift my disabled status. But now again I am disabled what should I do?  Huh Need some advice and guidance. It is really a big help for a newbie like me to get an idea how to avoid being disabled stat.
Thank you for those who can share their piece of advice and guidance.

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January 30, 2018, 05:20:31 AM
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I am a newbie and honestly didn’t know at first what to do with my account. I was disabled once,  pay a small amount of bitcoin to lift my disabled status. But now again I am disabled what should I do?  Huh Need some advice and guidance. It is really a big help for a newbie like me to get an idea how to avoid being disabled stat.
Thank you for those who can share their piece of advice and guidance.
newbie member are following bitcoin forum post & read this forum terms & conditions , then you should be post a threat or reply your known topic.
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January 30, 2018, 05:34:57 AM
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i will not be able to point out what is the real reason behind it but as a fellow newbie i can give you some advice that you could apply to prevent being disabled again in this site/group.

keep reading, take time to read the updated rules and stuff. as what i've read a few days ago, the site is implementing new things already to prevent having "trash post" or any kind of post that doesn't have any value and just want to raise their activity counts. also thru reading you can learn a lot of stuff that you could share as well in forum that could possibly help other newbie like us. be thoughtful and think first before you try to do/post something.
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January 30, 2018, 07:30:11 AM
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Thanks for opening this thread. Learned about this. I also got disable but it is because the IP address in my home even the account is newly . I don't know the reason why because it is only me who access this forum.
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January 30, 2018, 09:50:36 AM
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I'm also a newbie and IMO I don't really look at ranks and merit. When I think I can make a decent reply to a post I will do it. If I have a question I can't find an answer to on this forum or google I will ask it here.
So far none of my replies have been deleted so I think I'm doing fine :-)

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January 30, 2018, 10:54:20 AM
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Don't reply to spam. It might help you.
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January 30, 2018, 11:10:35 AM
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In short, there you go:
For receiving merits, briefly, I think there are several important points that lower-ranked users should remember in their heads before writing threads:

1. Don't plagiarise (because it violates the 33th rule of the forum, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0)
2. Don't spamming with low-quality, non-sense, off-topic threads
3. Don't too much offended or defended (posts should be as neutral as possisble)
4. Don't try to spread FUDs around the forum (will be permanently banned by admin or moderators).

5. Write good, high-quality, on-topic, useful, meaningful threads/ topics (which are constructive, solving-problem posts).
6. Write in good-quality English grammar and vocabularies (which don't lead to unexpected misunderstandings).
7. Write posts with clear, transparent evidences (links attached if mention about other topics, figures, images of technical issuses, etc.)

Of course, there are more tips new users should follow, practice, and use them when they write. These one are only some of them in a nutshell.

I strongly believe in the merit system and its possitive, massive impacts on the forum's users, particulary new ones.
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February 03, 2018, 01:59:46 AM
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I think this thread will help newbies like me to avoid mistake that I have done. it's not easy to study while doing double work.I my case I do shortcut at first time in this forum. but now I have to read each topic to be valuable with this community. Lets do a lot of self studies to grow our knowledge to the
field we are choosing. I hope I can
be a good and valuable member of this forum someday
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February 03, 2018, 03:00:36 AM
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You should do steps by steps:
1) Read as more as you can (articles, news, topics/ threads, etc): More time you spend for reading, more knowledge you will get.
2) Try reading topics in the board, namely "Others > Beginners & Helps". There are lots of available topics, which created by other users. Those topics might have the same issues as yours. So you can learn from them solutions for yours. It's unnecessary to start your own topics.
3) Be ready to help others if you can help to to solve problems with your solutions/ ideas.

More things will come over time. Those three just initial things to do.
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