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March 17, 2018, 07:19:05 AM
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following, looks cool.

with limited total supply im just got interesting, that's seems cool for me and i will follow it , why is my comment got deleted? Huh

im so confused that im starting to learn what is decentralized digital currency and got deleted soon after the try on a centralized Bitcoin Forum.

Welcome man, I just need to justify on your title there. Of course newbies are welcome here. I’ve been a newbie myself and I’ve felt a lot welcome here after posting such fruitful posts. My piece of advise to feel the same way as I did, post and comment fruitful things about the topic. Do not just react and compliment, add insights and idea and benefits. Do not treat the comment as a chat box, treat your comment as another post. Alright? Good luck out there bud.  Smiley

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March 17, 2018, 02:04:57 PM
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you just need to post some things that related on topic this forum is for all you just need some patience here. not in 1 day your just become jr. member in a flash.. you need some patience bro.

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March 17, 2018, 04:38:56 PM
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btw does anyone had their account ban for being a newbie out of sudden without warning?
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March 17, 2018, 11:51:06 PM
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following, looks cool.

with limited total supply im just got interesting, that's seems cool for me and i will follow it , why is my comment got deleted? Huh

im so confused that im starting to learn what is decentralized digital currency and got deleted soon after the try on a centralized Bitcoin Forum.
Its just normal even i got that message when im i was newbie, deleted post are sometimes post that are not constructive  and considered as a spam. Level up the way you post make it constructive to avoid deletion of it.

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March 18, 2018, 01:25:55 AM
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Newbies are the new currency in this forum, without newbies who's gonna read the threads?  The higher rank members certainly don't read them because they're busy posting to make money.
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March 18, 2018, 03:18:12 PM
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Try to make your post more constractive. They will not delete your post if it is good post. As you are waiting for your rank to go up. Improve your knowledge about cryptocurreny.

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March 19, 2018, 09:16:22 PM
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Everyone is welcome on this thread, its just that trying to avoid spamming, so always try to make good post that will be helpful to others or you should be doing twitter facebook bounty and be giving report so that your activity / post can be upgraded...
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March 19, 2018, 09:30:27 PM
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following, looks cool.

with limited total supply im just got interesting, that's seems cool for me and i will follow it , why is my comment got deleted? Huh

im so confused that im starting to learn what is decentralized digital currency and got deleted soon after the try on a centralized Bitcoin Forum.
Is it true that newbie not accepted here? so what posts that was deleted? I hope my this post will not be deleted as I am newbie also here
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March 19, 2018, 09:53:21 PM
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Is it true that newbie not accepted here? so what posts that was deleted? I hope my this post will not be deleted as I am newbie also here

you are totally wrong to say that newbie is not accepted in this forum ...

all members here accept newbie, but there are things that make why some newbie is not liked by more senior member ... it's because:

1. never read sticky tread that contains term & condition about this forum

2. just do shitpost (post is meaningless and just spamming to raise rank only)

3. begging for merit

4. copy paste post others without permission

5. traded accounts or merit

6. because you never read another thread or never read another thread, finally most new members often create the same thread of the question (when you can read another thread to find answer from the question what that is in your mind)

so far, this is what I know why the more senior members do not like new members or seem to be away from it, so if we (new members) want to be appreciated and accepted by more senior members then contribute to make this forum better by avoiding things the things I've mentioned above ...

so do more reading and create a higher quality post/thread to make this forum better and appreciated by other members

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March 19, 2018, 09:58:18 PM
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Yes, they often do.  I try to write a lot of posts but for some reason some are removed , lower the activity and number of posts are((it is very difficult to develop my account.
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March 20, 2018, 05:14:47 AM
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This is a common forum, everything here has the same purpose. Newbie, Junior Member, Member, Full Member it just rank.
What distinguishes is experience, that's what bitcointalk is for. So we all here should be discussions about future cryptocurrency problems. sharing information and latest ico projects. Thanks.
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March 20, 2018, 05:26:21 AM
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Well, we all know that this forum is useful for everyone so that doesn't mean that everyone should post reply on every post. If you liked the post then the best way is to offer merits to the poster and if you don't have merits with you then it's completely fine, just read and understand that member is willing to say.

You are supposed to post/quote his text if you have anything valuable to add in the same or if you have any different opinion that would make the change.

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March 20, 2018, 06:32:29 AM
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Generally speaking I have found most on this forum to be helpful and accommodating. I have had a post previously deleted but you move on. Don't let it bother you and try to post constructively.
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March 20, 2018, 06:54:42 AM
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Look at it from another angle.

The forum is being bombarded with people that are creating newbie accounts to spam or advertise illegal content. They have to make this forum a nice place for legitimate and genuine Bitcoin enthusiasts. So, how do they discourage that kind of posting? - They restrict newbies more than other higher ranking users.

You go through this learning and educational newbie phase, to improve your posting quality and to show that you are also here for the right reasons. <Not spamming / shilling / bot posting etc.>

Once you bumped into some <no go areas> and your posts have been moderated, you will know what is accepted and what not.

We have all gone through this initiation or Hazing phase and we survived. Now we know what is accepted and what is not. Just read and follow the rules and you will be fine.  Wink

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July 01, 2018, 12:03:58 AM
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following, looks cool.

with limited total supply im just got interesting, that's seems cool for me and i will follow it , why is my comment got deleted? Huh

im so confused that im starting to learn what is decentralized digital currency and got deleted soon after the try on a centralized Bitcoin Forum.
That is part of the job of the moderators here to see to it that the post of all the members in this forum is on topic and useful. Take it as a challenge and don't quit, somehow you will learn to post and you will thank the mods in the future because of what they have done to you.
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July 01, 2018, 01:34:13 AM
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Everyone of us begins from being a newbie so i think, thinking of being a newbie as not welcome is not right to say. Me,myself from being a newbie through patience im a member now. You need to make good quality post. And post only on threads that you are allow to post. Once you follow all the rules you will feel very welcome.

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October 11, 2018, 05:51:28 AM
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following, looks cool.

with limited total supply im just got interesting, that's seems cool for me and i will follow it , why is my comment got deleted? Huh

im so confused that im starting to learn what is decentralized digital currency and got deleted soon after the try on a centralized Bitcoin Forum.
You know when I first started here,I got the same vibe. But now if I look at my journey from them to now, I realized just because of these restrictions I learnt a lot. Like before posting,I know I have to have research about that topic resulting me to gain more and more knowledge.And that it happens really quickly. Now if you ask me,I am thankful to all these restrictions for all the knowledge I gained is because of it and you will also feel the same mate!

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October 11, 2018, 06:26:53 AM
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following, looks cool.

with limited total supply im just got interesting, that's seems cool for me and i will follow it , why is my comment got deleted? Huh

im so confused that im starting to learn what is decentralized digital currency and got deleted soon after the try on a centralized Bitcoin Forum.
It's simple that your comment on that thread was an unhelpful one line response and ought to be deleted

You wouldn't go far in here being an unhelpful one liner!!

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October 11, 2018, 07:31:56 AM
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I would'n say that. I am here newbie too, and never felt like being not welcomed. This is a great forum and community, best in the crypto world.

 I feel very welcome here at bitcoin community, I just passed the newbie status, now I'm JR member, some of my post was deleted but it does not bother me, because  I understand the rules and regulation here, and for those newbie who are interested to stay in the community, please follow the etiquette of posting.
That's right you should not be discouraged even though posts are being deleted because there are some of it are having lacks, gramatically error or the content information which you have replied don't have a good quality.

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October 11, 2018, 08:51:37 AM
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There is no prejudice for newbies. And in general, your rank doesn`t matter. Your behavior - that`s what important. It`s always worth remembering that this forum was created by the efforts of a huge number of people who invested their strength in the development of the bitcointalk site and continue to do so to this day. Many newbies come here and start breaking the rules. Such actions offend those members who struggle every day for the well-being of this forum. And they fight not only for themselves, but also for those newcomers who came here to study and share their knowledge.

When I was a beginner, at first I only read topics on cryptocurrencies in order to understand the subject matter. It`s better for newbies to communicate in local branches (to gradually overcome the language barrier), in Beginners & Help and Politics & Society boards. As in any other new business, you must go through a period of adaptation and the "rite of initiation" (write a really useful post, which will be appreciated by other members). But everything has its time. Don`t rush to suffer graphomania. Write only what you are sure of, and express only the point of view that you can argue. Remember that respect is one of the fundamental bitcointalk principles. Respect the rules and other participants, so you won`t have problems, and I`m sure you`ll feel the same attitude from other members of the forum.

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