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February 13, 2018, 06:25:39 PM
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Sometimes the haters are good for a laugh!
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February 13, 2018, 06:26:30 PM
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Haha people hate each other that's a natural thing, spamming also is natural thing, since people tends to post same thread without knowing it was already placed since they used different words and diffinition, maybe when they used the search button it wasn't there there so they created the thread.... That's why spamming happen naturally
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February 13, 2018, 11:04:15 PM
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They seem to spam just to up there post count, and most seem to have gained some merits, and are advertising in their signatures.
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Those ones seem to try joining campaigns and get free (almost free) money, then dump the coins they get to earn fiats as soon as possible. They don't care about what will happen with their accounts or projects they participated, I guess. Of course, they don't contribute anything to both projects and the forum at all.
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February 21, 2018, 09:46:26 AM
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As the merit was already implemented, I think posting too much in off topic is now okay, some enjoy their interaction their since their no messenger here, we have inbox but theirs limit in sending, not like messenger in FB one type one click and that's it, since they increase their activity but their rank stays the same, but answering a question off topically, just click the report option.
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February 21, 2018, 01:50:34 PM
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Hi guys,
I was just wondering why so many haters and spammers are getting away with so much abuse and off topic garbage.
Im a member of many forums of all different subjects, and I see these kind of people get banned all the time, but not on here, why ?
They seem to spam just to up there post count, and most seem to have gained some merits, and are advertising in their signatures.
Am I the only one that thinks its wrong ?
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Bitcointalk is a open source. Its true many of the member are spammer but some rules and action will protect them for sure. You will not one to eradicate the whole haters and spammer they should be banned and restricted by moderator.

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February 21, 2018, 02:07:26 PM
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Heh yes, this thread kinda approves my point that ICO bounty campaigns are pretty much useless. They don't benefit the projects as 99% of the participants are there to get some free tokens and dump them right away, and considering the most obvious efforts to gain subscribers in social media and so on there's a giant blob of bounty hunters just subscribed to each other with zero advertising capability. Projects just lose money because they have to feed bounty hunters and then they lose again when all the dumpers drop their token exchange rate and make the project even less valuable.

On the other hand, to prevent massive spam on the forum, you need to introduce, to be fair, obviously BS schemes like merit that harm normal users. Even paid subscriptions would be better, I believe. For like $5 a year.

P.S. Did anyone of you actually click the spambanner in someone's footer for once? I doubt that Cheesy
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February 26, 2018, 01:45:01 PM
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Heh yes, this thread kinda approves my point that ICO bounty campaigns are pretty much useless. They don't benefit the projects as 99% of the participants are there to get some free tokens and dump them right away, and considering the most obvious efforts to gain subscribers in social media and so on there's a giant blob of bounty hunters just subscribed to each other with zero advertising capability. Projects just lose money because they have to feed bounty hunters and then they lose again when all the dumpers drop their token exchange rate and make the project even less valuable.

On the other hand, to prevent massive spam on the forum, you need to introduce, to be fair, obviously BS schemes like merit that harm normal users. Even paid subscriptions would be better, I believe. For like $5 a year.

P.S. Did anyone of you actually click the spambanner in someone's footer for once? I doubt that Cheesy

I would be willing to pay $5 dollars a year if it helped moderate the place, it would reduce people with multiple accounts that way too.

I'll take any freebies on offer Smiley
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