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March 18, 2018, 04:37:27 PM
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I don't know if it's merit-worthy but anyway, I'll leave this here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3140295.msg32524338#msg32524338

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March 18, 2018, 05:48:20 PM
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Hi Gleb!
Can check my post?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3115013.0
My post for newbies, beginners need helps.
I'm trying to do this everday.

I'll give you 1 of my last smerit for that post:)
I'm trying to improve the forum by using this merit system in the better way, and it's good to see someone jr member trying to help and creating useful post and not only spam to get more activity.
(Saw you often do that in your comment, as you said, so worth it merit )


Plus, i've tried to answer some of the question on that 3d, add those to the main post if you think this will be useful:)

Questions for the OP, which may be helpful for a Newbie interested in bounty campaign participation:

I'm not the OP but i think i can help answer. If OP want can add this list to the main post!


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(1) What's the benefit of joining a bounty campaign?
A bounty campaign is basically a way to support a team / crypto project.
By doing that you will get rewarded with tokens (tradable for other altcoins or $)

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(2) What does a bounty campaign cost me to participate?
The rules are specific for each different campaign so you should carefully read the ANN 3d.
Anyway, usually to partecipate in a bounty campaign you will be asked to write a number of constructive post (eg 10 post) per week (there could be other rules like min 70/80 words, only in specific forum sub-section, ....)

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(3) How many tokens do I get, what's the bounty?
Each campaign works with different rules, so again read carefully the ANN 3d!.
There may be a "token prize pot" that you will share with all other partecipant based on number of stakes you earned, or there may be a pre-determined number of token you get for each week joining the campaing.


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(4) How long does it take to get the bounty?
You can be paid each week or at the end of the campaign.

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(5) How quickly can I sell my bounty after it's given to me? And where do I sell it?
If the tokens are not locked for some reason, you can trade your token as soon as they go to an exchange.
Refer to the specific project to get updates and/or search for the token on coinmarketcap.com


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March 19, 2018, 06:03:52 AM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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I would like to take this opportunity to earn some merits.
First of all, WHY merit is released?
-In my own analysis, merit system is released to reduce the spam of creating account and also to reduce spam/trash post but to gain many QUALITY post.

As a newbie it is so hard to gain merit points for me too because of lack of knowledge of cryptocurrency that is why many newbies cant create a QUALITY post like me.
Even when you post a Quality post some people will not appreciate it and dont send merits.

TIPS FOR NEWBIES
-Make reading a habit so that you will be able to relate on the topics of cryptoworld. If you are new here and all you know about this forum is that you can earn from here start FIRST on reading topics/news about crypto for you to be able to relate to the topics in this forum.

-Another tip is dont expect a merits on your post for you not to be disapointed if no one gives merit on your post.
(not all quality post gain merit).

TIPS TO GAIN MERIT
1. Always post a Quality/Useful post and can be use by other people here in BCT.
2. Make a reply to other people that needs your help or make a reply that is related to the topics post.
3. Make sure that your thread is related to the section where you will post it.
4. DONT EXPECT MERIT ON ALL YOUR WORKS.

EDIT: In every merit you receive you also get 0.5 sMerit (sendable merit), so you need 2 merit to get 1 sMerit.

Let them appreciate you.

Hope this post helps you and you learn with me.
If you have any suggestions to my post feel free to reply/qoute my post.

What should I do to improve rank ?
write messages, leave comments, be here more time
This is not the right way to do it, you just encourage them to spam the forum and then eventually get banned.
You must make all of your post to be constructive, understandable, and useful dont just post make your self a good contribution to this community.
It is better to suggest them to read and study about cryptocurrency and the forum rules and regulations.
I suggest to all of you to read all those sticky thread because it can help you a lot, read and search before posting.

For the OP I want to help you to get some merits on your work if its your own original work try to post it here it is reasonable to be rewarded.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2957836.160

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March 19, 2018, 06:21:23 AM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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Hi Gleb, could you check my latest post regarding forum thread sorting? Thanks!  Smiley

In bitcointalk forum, if you go to a board, the default sort behavior is to sort by most recent reply, but sometimes you may want to sort by most recent thread that is created, so that you can view the latest topics easily. It is pretty easy to do so, here is how:

First, go to that board, for example, in Meta board, the URL will be:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0

Then, append the following to the end of the board URL to sort by most recent topic that is created:
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sort=first_post;desc

Also, do not forget to add ";" after the board URL, so the new URL will become:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;sort=first_post;desc

This way you will be able to view the most recent thread that is created. Some people find it helpful using this code to find the latest announcement in bounty or altcoin board. In the code:
  • first_post means sorting by the first post of a certain thread
  • desc means sort from newest to oldest




A little more to thread sorting:

1) If you want to view oldest thread first, add:
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sort=first_post;asc
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Code:
sort=first_post
Actual URL (for Meta board): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;first_post;asc  

Note: By default it is always sorting by ascending, so it is fine to not put "asc" here.

2) Sort by most replies:
Code:
sort=replies;desc
Actual URL (for Meta board): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;sort=replies;desc

3) Sort by most views:
Code:
sort=views;desc
Actual URL (for Meta board): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;sort=views;desc

4) Sort by thread starter (the author of that thread):
Code:
sort=starter
Actual URL (for Meta board): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;sort=starter

5) Sort by thread subject:
Code:
sort=subject
Actual URL (for Meta board): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;sort=subject

6) The default sorting behavior of the threads is in fact:
Code:
sort=last_post;desc

This is because the forum is default to be sort by latest reply, if you try https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0;last_post;desc, you will in fact view the same sorting as https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=24.0.




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March 19, 2018, 03:53:10 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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Is not exactly a comprehensive post, but gets the point.

He's not 'moving', he bought some NANO....
I find it for normal Charlie Lee to invest in other projects and alts. What do you want, a man with millions to not spend some on alt investments?!

Also, I completely agree with him, that NANO is one of the best now, despite the BitGrail 'hack'.

That's the same logic as Warren Buffet not investing into other companies only because he owns Berkshire Hathaway  Grin

I find it very tiresome that people often misinterpret other's intention and their decisions.

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March 19, 2018, 04:37:33 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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hoping someone will get red trust....


Those 6 accounts are clearly linked, also the minors accounts are linked too I saved them for when they rank up
Probably almost every single account on this post is envolved on merit trade/sell/buy or alts

USER PROFILE : 1kodumtek7
MERIT SUMMARY : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1217914
PROOF:

MISCELLANEOUS: Exactly 90 merit to rank up traded (given and recived with same users) in 2 waves

USER PROFILE : emrecemsan
MERIT SUMMARY : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1217918
PROOF:

MISCELLANEOUS: Exactly 90 merit to rank up traded with users (from last account of this post)

USER PROFILE : crazy1204
MERIT SUMMARY : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1207946
PROOF:

MISCELLANEOUS: Exactly 90 merit to rank up traded with users (from last account of this post)

USER PROFILE : Mavilcposeti
MERIT SUMMARY : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1233301
PROOF:

MISCELLANEOUS: Exactly 90 merit to rank up traded with users (from last account of this post)


USER PROFILE : mehmet312
MERIT SUMMARY : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1229152
PROOF:

MISCELLANEOUS: 90 merit in 1-2 days, from users in this post to rank up



Merit giver/seller

USER PROFILE : deepocean
MERIT SUMMARY : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=685117
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MISCELLANEOUS: gives merit only on accounts for ranked them up, this is main account of one guy or merit seller


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March 19, 2018, 04:44:00 PM
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I have no words left

Accounts Connected:

(Where possible put UID's in numerical order) They are not in numerical order cause a lot of links involved following the order post on the bounty 3d

Pai92
Kimk1
Maror1
Teeer90
Rofov1
Perpor22
coddor92
coi21
spuror22
Nyior
comp1
pulor86

Proof:
What are the odds those 12 Newbie accounts posted in 15 minutes on the same bounty with the same format , 3 days after the last day of the week time? and last activity in one hour gap? 0%

Pai92 -> http://archive.is/Kl9gl  LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1216463;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/xOrEV
Kimk1 -> http://archive.is/9GKBl LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1282408;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/zTLGj
Maror1 -> http://archive.is/s36Wx LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1283508;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/clLil
Teeer90 -> http://archive.is/REMlc LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1229498;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/ONKUn
Rofov1 -> http://archive.is/Od4eL LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1236867;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/yynBg
Perpor22 -> http://archive.is/02Jrr LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1237587;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/mMnph
coddor92 -> http://archive.is/dRoD7 LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1238834;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/a0ndi
coi21 -> http://archive.is/Qjof9 LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1249027;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/Zem1j
spuror22 -> http://archive.is/HFm6f LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1253836;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/hglhs
Nyior -> http://archive.is/VwHjC LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1257036;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/5uk5t
comp1 -> http://archive.is/JKG7D LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1254724;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/HWkHv
pulor86 -> http://archive.is/9n1wZ LAST POSTS -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1281820;sa=showPosts -> http://archive.is/IYZIc

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32470271#msg32470271 -> http://archive.is/GjY1c
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32470493#msg32470493 -> http://archive.is/vADPU
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32470579#msg32470579 -> http://archive.is/jODDV
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32470681#msg32470681 -> http://archive.is/wDiQB
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32471229#msg32471229 -> http://archive.is/QKA78
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32471313#msg32471313 -> http://archive.is/r9VJt
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32471505#msg32471505 -> http://archive.is/EYAV9
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32471679#msg32471679 -> http://archive.is/4BVlv
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32471797#msg32471797 -> http://archive.is/lBeAX
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32471941#msg32471941 -> http://archive.is/W0zci
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32472287#msg32472287 -> http://archive.is/zsyOk
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.msg32472570#msg32472570 -> http://archive.is/oJdC2

Related Addresses:

Code:
0xe2fD6c3ee931a267CD4b241bF80828aF48d1c068
0xf6f29Ed566042bb2B3Dcd20829605456ADCE1ACA
0x594DF0e3db5DfFc6b82b467D5e00960E4354Fb4f
0x813A73601477F53b76e58f3c5a122B8FA0292457
0x5C9d01C61076F0Aaa8b783709a5735E2F625193b
0xB92D3506C3B4d4D5ecb27CfeFFBa9b84Cc53DB0B
0xa3D09EA7291847b99693BA38DA209e72B24dC07B
0x9016b453De5F6932668bB4d686614017C8b33Ba9
0xa1be2F3E8C1A99b669b15edFdDD3D25f28D72df6
0x466c1C9f206Adffc0cAb97bfccbED2676EE2FDd9
0x4CD302C1c4AA1d92c48DA9bd0e3Aea74c1674851
0x8046883aEdc074cC98B56e97eC84B1ec3Be0CE1f

Miscellaneous:

12 newbie accounts, probably same persone abusing bounty
Bounty relaterd:
KRYLL https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2792957.0
AKAAIITO https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2804960.0
FORTY SEVEN https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2225653.0
DOCECAEMIC https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2770283.0
AWOKER https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2321373.0
TV TWO https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2895348.0
NODE https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2518585.0
VISO https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2999028.0
GRONDIGITAL https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2858989.0
QYKBAR https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2851126.0
AMON https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2875712.0
VARYCRYPT https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2727037.0
AITHEION https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2836062.0
COINVEST https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2398996.0

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March 19, 2018, 11:25:26 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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Hey, I am the helper for all mining newbies!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3078792.msg31780099#msg31780099
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3080455.msg31779804#msg31779804
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3068124.msg31621932#msg31621932
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3117369.msg32215844#msg32215844
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3111271.msg32178112#msg32178112
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3111149.msg32178012#msg32178012
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3106853.msg32177822#msg32177822
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3110572.msg32177640#msg32177640
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3107942.msg32130861#msg32130861
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3108860.msg32130449#msg32130449
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3037085.msg31778339#msg31778339
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3063895.msg31572884#msg31572884
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3023468.msg31561599#msg31561599
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3034586.msg31331079#msg31331079
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3003548.msg30911497#msg30911497
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2163949.msg30911165#msg30911165
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2985340.msg30689120#msg30689120
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433925.msg29322665#msg29322665


PS I know you said no links but it is 11:35pm here and I am all BTCtalked out! night night!

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March 20, 2018, 12:48:37 AM
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Hello, thank you for such opportunity!

Here are just my thoughts,but unfortunately I´m not strong enough in English


Three Whales of Bitcoin
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I have a theory according to which the currency exchange rate, in addition to the speculative component  is on the necessary factors to the world community, elites and businessmen (whales), they release a huge flow of funds where like on the island there are plenty of altcoins and bitcoins. Let's try find out what caused the crazy growth of cryptocurrency during the last year's .

   The first whale is actually what for what was created bitcoin - fast, convenient and safe implementation of the transactions, the replacement of traditional banking. Previously I've submitted an article about little Chinese city in Moscow, and how they use bitcoin to avoid customs control and taxes. Involving any currency in large cash flows is the reason for it´s pumping , increasing of the capitalization. There you can also add the sale of all the iron from Bitmain for bitcoin, and in general, there are a lot of places in China where  bitcoin is a very simple and convenient financial tool. What are the negative aspects of this "whale", what can lead to its sudden death? Apparently, the pressure the United States, a country that now, can not only resist China's actions, but also actively oppose them, if within the summit of G20 or any others, the US manages to push through "sanctions against bitcoin," and it will be prohibited any kind of use, exchanging. Then it will completely kill its ability to quickly and easily move money from point "a" to point "b", respectively, we will expect a strong fall in rates, down to self-cost, or even lower.

   The second whale is the speculative effect of insane volatility and pump, for reasons mentioned above, people who bought bitcoins for $ 20,000 are already heroes of memes and stories (like a man who bough pizza for 20k bitcoins). In fact, when bitcoin falls, there are much less people wanted to buy it, dump is the object of interest only among professional traders who can play on dumps, but not even so long as cryptocurrency will not reach the bottom and it's stabilization.

   The third whale is the most stable and reliable. Crypto-currencies are a simple, convenient and profitable way to keep money safe, even if the first two whales die crypto-currencies will continue to exist thanks for drug traffickers, drug dealers, corrupted bureaucrats, law enforcement officers and businessmen. Nowhere labeled money has grown many times, that's why the work of the FBI has become much more boring, instead of photo of pallets of cash, lambos and mansions, the FBI reports on seized crypto-currencies. Then they will be auctioned off. In the Russian Federation with its corrupted militarists, technical progress has not reached them yet, but I think more and more of these citizens make  the appropriate conclusions and instead of pallets of cash,they will keep everything in the cryptocurrency, because it is so easy to escape, go to any place in the world, and to hide from everyone. This category of citizens do not give a f*ck about the increasing rate, ideally the cryptocarrencies were stable and got rid of the frenzied volatility, and that it could easily be cashed anywhere in the world, or at least among its owners with a higher percentage fee. It is almost impossible to win this battle, if bitcoin has been learned how to be tracked already with the help of special software, took all the stock exchanges under control, then decentralized exchanges, special exchanges, special networks will be created, if the rounds for miners start and the transactions cease to be processed, but what will be the course of the bitcoin in this case, large question.
     So what do you think?

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March 20, 2018, 04:08:11 AM
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I'll had a dig with these bad boys.

Whether a company decides to issue a utility token or a security token really depends on the business model they are looking to achieve and how they intend to tie in to regulations in the states they will be operating in.

At one point in time you could get away with an ICO that would pay out dividends (clearly a security) and there wouldnt be too much fuss because the ICO phenomenon wasnt big enough. But now with the crackdown of global regulators on securities and making sure that any company selling securities complies with local securities regulations genuine consideration should go into whether or not you business model can support a utility token.

Some organisations, Paypie for example went the route of a utility token, and are now having to actively work with their local (Canadian) regulators in order to show that it is a utility token and therefore exempt from security regulation. In order to do this they are essentially needing to complete their platform and show the use case of the token. The whole concept revolves around how their token will be engaged in the platform.

Another example would be Caviar, they have decided to release a token that will pay out dividends based on performance of the organisation. As such they dont need to focus on a use case of the token as it is only there for passive income. They do however have to put further consideration into the markets they are going to be allowed to sell their tokens to (they were pinged by a US state regulatory office for having sold a security to a US citizen). They are now having to complete a full KYC audit in order to ensure that no tokens were sold to persons in states which the sale would not be legal. Every country has a different regulatory framework for securities and the level of regulation of/interference with the market is different, therefore there can be a lot of work to protect your business from attracting unwanted attention from regulators.

As noted to a degree above why does there need to be a defined 'good', 'right' point of market dominance for Bitcoin. That is something for the market to determine and plays both off what other coins have to offer and what bitcoin has to offer. Bitcoin is still has the biggest share as it is the household name, with a strong support, following and direction, but that doesnt mean it needs to hold 50% of the market. It can do its thing at any % (though I guess it may lose some of its shiny appeal if it is 2nd on CMC).

Think about where Ethereum was in January last year. I'm sure most people didn't see the huge potential and the massive crypto explosion (token-wise) that would be caused as a result of the eth network. So at the start of last year there was a bigger market dominance by bitcoin because the other players in the game were weaker, but that dint stop eth from executing its plan and becoming a star player that has earned its slice of the market.

When I got into Bitcoin it was the easiest thing to buy with $$ and therefore was required in order to purchase eth or other coins, some of which may or may not be shit (im sure future me will give me a lecture in time). This added to its utility and thus gave it a bump in market dominance. If you go on any major exchange you can now pick up around 5-10 crypto assets which has eroded the 'gateway' effect that bitcoin had.

I don't think there is a perfect, right or good market slice for bitcoin to hold on to (nor do I see a need for there to be one), but I see it being the big boy on the block for some time.

Dear Experts, kindly inform:

Shall an company registered in Hong Kong make KYC and ALM for its Utility token sale (ICO) and at the same time prevent US, China, etc. citizens from doing contributions?  

The Overall Risk Score is 10 from 100 due to "The Howey Test".




This is not legal advice whatsoever. The reason why ICO issuers do this is to exercise extreme caution in fear of future regulations by the United States that currently aren't in place. They are showing legal due diligence to make sure that they are not in violation of any potential ruling. KYC and AML requirements became rampant after the SEC's DAO report. The Howey Test is a good place to start but there are so many factors that can deem a ICO/crypto a security. Even if it's token is no where near considered a security, how it's sold, marketed, amongst other things could still define it as one. In my opinion, it will most likely come down to a case to case basis in determining this.

There are securities laws in the United States that would prevent the sale of an unregulated/unexempted security from being sold to someone in the states. The issue for the state or federal regulator would be getting the entity to appear in their jurisdiction, as its quite easy to just ignore them if you do not operate or have a place of business there. Caviar.io is a recent example of a company that got pinged, even though they had anti-us measures in place they still sold to a US person and got in trouble for it. The principal operated out of a US state and so they were able to slap his wrist easily. Now they are having to do a full scale KYC audit to show the regulator in which ever state the principal operates out of that they are willing to play ball.

I think KYC and AML precautions show a capable and risk averse team which in my opinion is a good thing. If they are willing to play ball with global authorities and have done their research about how to conduct themselves then that shows at least they care.

On the utility token point there are a number of concerns with proving that the token has actual utility and isnt just a non-dividend bearing security. My understanding is that Paypie is having to wait until their platform is 100% operational in order to show the Canadian authorities that their token has genuine utility and should be exempt from securities regulations. Voting rights on platforms, staking rights on platforms & proper use cases are what your after. Simply swapping a token for something that money could buy can mean that the 'utility' of the token is questionable (ie you can buy stuff from X using x token isnt really utility because why cant you do that with $).

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March 20, 2018, 04:56:43 AM
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Exception made, bud.

Aside: I've been deathly sick the past few days, most likely due to something I ate. If it wasn't for drinking massive amounts of apple juice, I would of ended up in the hospital for dehydration and hooked up to one of them drip machine thingies. Been there - done that, umpteen years ago, so knew what I needed this time. Ass is still sore but that, too, will pass.
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This thread may be worth your attention too:


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225690.0
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I would like to take this opportunity to earn some merits.
First of all, WHY merit is released?
-In my own analysis, merit system is released to reduce the spam of creating account and also to reduce spam/trash post but to gain many QUALITY post.

As a newbie it is so hard to gain merit points for me too because of lack of knowledge of cryptocurrency that is why many newbies cant create a QUALITY post like me.
Even when you post a Quality post some people will not appreciate it and dont send merits.

TIPS FOR NEWBIES
-Make reading a habit so that you will be able to relate on the topics of cryptoworld. If you are new here and all you know about this forum is that you can earn from here start FIRST on reading topics/news about crypto for you to be able to relate to the topics in this forum.

-Another tip is dont expect a merits on your post for you not to be disapointed if no one gives merit on your post.
(not all quality post gain merit).

TIPS TO GAIN MERIT
1. Always post a Quality/Useful post and can be use by other people here in BCT.
2. Make a reply to other people that needs your help or make a reply that is related to the topics post.
3. Make sure that your thread is related to the section where you will post it.
4. DONT EXPECT MERIT ON ALL YOUR WORKS.

EDIT: In every merit you receive you also get 0.5 sMerit (sendable merit), so you need 2 merit to get 1 sMerit.

Let them appreciate you.

Hope this post helps you and you learn with me.
If you have any suggestions to my post feel free to reply/qoute my post.

What should I do to improve rank ?
write messages, leave comments, be here more time
This is not the right way to do it, you just encourage them to spam the forum and then eventually get banned.
You must make all of your post to be constructive, understandable, and useful dont just post make your self a good contribution to this community.
It is better to suggest them to read and study about cryptocurrency and the forum rules and regulations.
I suggest to all of you to read all those sticky thread because it can help you a lot, read and search before posting.

For the OP I want to help you to get some merits on your work if its your own original work try to post it here it is reasonable to be rewarded.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2957836.160
This is a good post for it details why the merit system was implemented
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March 20, 2018, 08:46:22 AM
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Please check this post and thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3151786.msg32572803#msg32572803

It is my thoughs about merits and future in forums. Only thoughts... Thank's for your review

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March 20, 2018, 09:44:41 AM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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Thank you very much for this opportunity. Threads like these build more trust to the merit system which is inevitable.
Great job!  Smiley

I would highly appreciate if you could review some of my recent posts.

Exposing of a Scammer's alt + merit abuse:

I was browsing through the marketplace while i found this:

What happened: Abuse of the merit system; recognition of a scammer's alternative account

Scammers Profile Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1940492 and https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1137488

Reference Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3127836.0
Amount Scammed: 10 Merit
Payment Method: Bitcointalk's Merit
Proof of Payment: See Scammers Profile
PM/Chat Logs: None
Additional Notes: Merits have been given for an absolute nonsense post. Red DT to scammer's profile was given about a week ago, so probably the scammer now wants to take the last advantages of his previous account djeezer12.

In another Thread the user tries to sell 15 ETH what possibly leads to scam as well: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3129321.0




Helped a user with a question regarding uploading images on Bitcointalk:

You did nothing wrong. The problem is on the backend of bitcointalk or the host of the images. Which service did you use to upload those pictures?

Usally, if you refresh the page a couple of times, pictures will show as normal again. Other users might either see the pictures, or the same error like you. Nothing to worry about.


Thank you a lot!! I use host which is used for my site.

No problem mate. I think most people here are using https://imgur.com/upload for uploading - there seem to be less problems.

If this is the thread you're meaning: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3132637.msg32399268#msg32399268
I can see all of the pictures.  Smiley



Helped a user that got scammed by phishing (unfortunately local / german board, just FYI):

Wirklich sehr ärgerlich! Immer unbedingt die URL checken bevor es ans kaufen geht.
Über eine einfach Google Suche "Domain Info + URL" findest du die wichtigsten Infos:

Code:
Raw Whois Data

Domain name: antminers-bitmain.com
Registry Domain ID: 2232936362_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.namecheap.com
Registrar URL: http://www.namecheap.com
Updated Date: 2018-02-27T16:05:50.00Z
Creation Date: 2018-02-27T15:19:34.00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2019-02-27T15:19:34.00Z
Registrar: NAMECHEAP INC
Registrar IANA ID: 1068
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: email@namecheap.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.6613102107
Reseller: NAMECHEAP INC
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: addPeriod https://icann.org/epp#addPeriod
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: WhoisGuard Protected
Registrant Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.
Registrant Street: P.O. Box 0823-03411
Registrant City:
Registrant State/Province: Panama
Registrant Postal Code:
Registrant Country: PA
Registrant Phone: +507.8365503
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +51.17057182
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: email@whoisguard.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: WhoisGuard Protected
Admin Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.
Admin Street: P.O. Box 0823-03411
Admin City:
Admin State/Province: Panama
Admin Postal Code:
Admin Country: PA
Admin Phone: +507.8365503
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +51.17057182
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: email@whoisguard.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: WhoisGuard Protected
Tech Organization: WhoisGuard, Inc.
Tech Street: P.O. Box 0823-03411
Tech City:
Tech State/Province: Panama
Tech Postal Code:
Tech Country: PA
Tech Phone: +507.8365503
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +51.17057182
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: email@whoisguard.com
Name Server: brad.ns.cloudflare.com
Name Server: rose.ns.cloudflare.com
DNSSEC: unsigned

Quelle: https://www.whois.com/whois/antminers-bitmain.com

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I am always open for constructive criticism & feedback. Thanks in advance!
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March 20, 2018, 12:47:21 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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Just giving some knowledge to people


Other cryptos just hold, but cryptoflix will be the most traded and transacted coin if people starts watching movie everyday. More transaction more utility

will cryptoflix have own chain ?  i don't want spend $1 gas on every transaction

No no no way, you don't have to spend $1 to transact erc20 tokens, but you know what? FLIX is an erc223 token, which is even way cheaper to transact because it use one function (transfer) instead of two (approve and transferFrom, that's the case of erc20. I copy paste from Dexaran page on github:

  • ERC223 transfer to contract consumes 2 times less gas than ERC20 approve and transferFrom at receiver contract.
  • Allows to deposit tokens intor contract with a single transaction. Prevents extra blockchain bloating.
  • Makes token transactions similar to Ether transactions.

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March 20, 2018, 01:14:00 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1), fokusn1k (1)
 #97

Let's remember the last joke from strong the world (G20 summit) to the market of cryptocurrency.


You have already forgotten, then you must look at pictures.





It was pleasant?! Than - that we after the summit became similar to hedgehogs.

Bon Appetito the lovers of cryptocurrencies!!!



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March 20, 2018, 02:52:14 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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I posted a suggestion in regards to Signature Campaigns, unfortunately, people started to discuss the necessity of Signature Campaigns in general instead of picking up the topic, which is sad because I think that this would really improve the forum and utilize the new Merit system in a positive way.


Hey all,

as most of us now had some time to get acquainted with the new Merit-System, I thought it would be a good time to try and utilizes this great new forum feature.
To be more specific: Utilize it in Signature Campaigns.

But why in Signature Campaigns?
My reasoning here is the following: Merits mainly were introduced to reduce spam.
Signature Campaigns are responsible for a lot of spam, even if many of them try to encourage their participants to produce 'quality posts'.
Obviously, the majority of those posts aren't, else most of them would get merited. The threshold for a post to qualify as a 'quality post' in most Signature Campaigns
is extremely low hence there is no incentive to make really good posts.

The main problem here is, that if a member has a certain level and is 'stuck' there due to the Activity-rule, there is almost no reason for this member to create valuable posts as he can't get more stakes.

This is neither good for the forum, nor for the campaign itself as advertisement done by members who really post quality is also more valuable than by those who just 'get by'.
I already saw some hesitant suggestions to make Signature Campaigns solely based on Merit. While at a first glance this sounds feasible, I think that kind of change wouldn't work mainly
due to the fact that the higher the Rank, the better the ad space, so to speak (better signature).

That's why I attempted to find an easy system that allows for Rank and Merit to be regarded in Signature Campaigns when it comes to the calculation of stakes.
And because I like visually pleasing things, I made it a bit more colorful  Cheesy

                            
                            Alternate layout



This might look more complicated than it is. As most Bounty Managers already use Spreadsheets, it's really easy to use prepared formulas like the following (first example).
It needs to have some more levels/nested conditions though, but I didn't want to make the example too complicated:

      

       =IF(C2>B3;D3+(C2-B3)/(B4-B3)*((D4-D3)/4);D2+(C2-B2)/(B3-B2)*(D3-D2)/2)



This is just an approach and an attempt to get the Merit-System transfered to Signature Campaigns because I think that this would really benefit the forum as it creates the needed incentive to even
make good posts if you can't rank up due to missing Activity. With the Merit now factored in, members get more stakes even if they stay the same Rank but they never get that much more Stakes then a member with a higher Rank
(IF that member also stays active and creates value).

A more sophisticated way could be to count the earned Merit (last 120 days) based on the forum stats. There are also many other variations (Merit/Rank/Activity), but that's something for another thread.

This took more time than I thought and now it's getting late here. I hope that I didn't make any grave mistakes Tongue
I'm really curious what you think, would you take a different approach to introduce Merit in Signature Campaigns? Hopefully, there will be some Bounty Campaigns that will include Merit in their Stake-distribution.
Cheers!


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March 21, 2018, 01:27:21 PM
Merited by Gleb Gamow (1)
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Difficult to choose the best one but lest say is this one I love most, it was created before the Merit system. It's still under construction but a lot of useful info there.Proud of my Activity calculator:

Don't Panic:
 The Official Hitchhiker's Guide to the BTCitcointalk Galaxy

 
Here you will find everything you need to know regarding the forum structure,ranking system and trust.Please take your time to read through this post and check the bottom section for additional resources. If you still have questions, try using the SEARCH OPTION first,/if you don't know how to use the search follow this link/ and if you still can't find what you are looking for ask here.
Let's keep the forum clean and tidy.

My rules on this thread:
Rule 1 > NO SPAM and NO SCAM, I will report you and there will be consequences!
Rule 2 > Reading the Extra info links is a MUST!


Let us begin with the ranking system in Bitcontalk. This is an overview of what you need to achieve in order to rank up as a member.

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RANK
Activity
Merit
Brand new
0
0
Newbie
1
0
Jr Member
30
0
Member
60
10
Full Member
120
100
Sr. Member
240
250
Hero Member
480
500
Legendary -
 Random in the range
775-1030
1000


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Link to the Rank, Activity and Merit points calculator, v2
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Easy calculating your Activity based on your registration day.



Regarding the Activity points system >
Explanation:
  • After your registration you have 14 days cycles in which you can gain up to 14 Activity points.
  • Every post generates you 1 Activity point but in 14 days time span you can gain up to 14 Activity points even if you have more than 14 posts.
  • On the day 15 the cycle restarts and you can again collect your 14 points.
Interesting thing is if you have posts over the limit from the previous cycle, with the first comment in the new cycle you get the Activity points from the old posts you had in the previous cycle.
Example:  I had 28 Activity points and 33 comments before the end of the cycle, with my first post in the new cycle my Activity points went up to 34, the same amount as my posts.

Extra info here >
Unofficial list of (official) Bitcointalk.org rules, guidelines, FAQ
Forum ranks/positions/badges (What do those shiny coins under my name mean?



Regarding the Merit points system >

From 25.01.18 you have to collect Merit point together with the activity points in order to Rank-up. This was done to increase the quality of the posts and to prevent the spam.
Here is the new requirements for ranking up according to the forum Administrator- theymos. This is the copy from the Merit & new rank requirements topic, links you will find in extra info section
"In addition to activity, everyone now has a merit score, and you need both a certain activity level and a certain merit score in order to reach higher member ranks."
For reference see the table above.
I hope you will find your answers in the Q/A section. I'll try to list as many as possible.


Q/A Section:

Q: Well, how to collect Merit points?
A: "You get merit points when someone sends you some for one of your posts. Additionally, when someone sends you merit points, half of those points you get as sMerti (sendable Merit) and they can be sent by you to other people."

Q: Who is giving these points?
A: There will be certain people called "merit sources" which will give points to quality posts. They are 57 at the moment I wrote the , see Merit Statistics link below. In addition according your rank and the merit points you have received you can also give to posts you like, so we can say that everyone can give sMerit.

Q: OK but c'mon, how to get Merit points on my posts?
A: There is no recipe for collecting merit but here are some guidelines. The most important is to try to contribute in some way to the forum. Stay away from breaking the forum rules, learn proper English in order to communicate effectively with the community, be helpful and creative, and the last advice is: don't push it too hard, you just gonna stuck on your current rank. Improving yourself will improve your rank too, I'm sure.

Q: How many Merit points I have ?
A: Follow the link Check your Merit, there you can check your points and there will be listed also the points you have received and for which post and the points you have given.

Q: I want to know more about the Merit Points System
A: You have to follow the Merit & new rank requirements link below, it's a long discusion there.

Extra info >
Merit & new rank requirements
Check your merit
Merit Statistics



Regarding the Trust system >

Here is how theymos explained the system:

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Trust: 1: -0 / +12(3)
The first number is the user's trust score calculated based on how consistently they've received positive feedback. Probably no one will get a score above 0 until the system has been around for at least a month. The second number is the number of reported scams. The third number increases with the number of positive reports, as does the fourth number in parenthesis, though the fourth number is more resistant to abuse. This text changes color depending on the score. Users with a negative score (attainable through scamming) get a red warning attached to their posts.

These scores are taken from your trust network. They are not global scores. You can edit your trust network here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust
If your trust depth is set to 2 (the default), you will trust feedback by people you trust, people they trust, and people they trust. I might change the default in the future; we'll see how this works. Your trust list is public.

On feedback pages, you can leave trade feedback. There are no rules for this, but here are some guidelines:
- List all of the trades that you do with people (or at least the major ones). This is not like #bitcoin-otc where you give people just one score.
- Do not rate people based on the quality of their posts.
- Older ratings count for more, so don't delete old ratings if you can avoid it.
- "Risked BTC" is how much money you could have lost if the person you're rating had turned out to be a scammer. Or, if they are a scammer, it's how much you lost. Use the BTC value at the time of reporting.
- It's OK to post a rating about the person in general, not tied to a specific trade.
- If you want to make a rating stronger, increase "Risked BTC". 50 extra risked BTC is equivalent to an additional rating.

If your trust list is totally empty, you trust "DefaultTrust", which includes some trustworthy people that I'll select. But if you add anyone to your trust list, even if they don't trust anyone, DefaultTrust will no longer be considered part of your trust list.

Note: Information is taken from the Trust rules post.

Extra info>
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211858.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1066857.0


Infographic - Merit & new rank requirements, all the credit goes to 8Habits:
Link to the original thread.
"Image loading..." title="Merit & new rank requirements, all the credit goes to 8Habits"



Additional useful and entertaining threads

Note: will rearrange them sometime soon.

Unofficial list of (official) Bitcointalk.org rules, guidelines, FAQ
Newbies - Read before posting
Useful Crypto Terminology
List of all Bitcoin forks
Bitcoin Fork claiming guide
List of Campaign Managers Latest Post
BitCoinTalk hidden pages
Satoshi Nakamotos' profile
The pizza thread /10000btc for pizza in addition,the actual pics of the pizza
How to sign a message guide
I AM HODLING or where did the HODL term came from
Theymos's list of altcoins with some technical merit
LIST OF THREADS GIVING AWAY MERIT POINTS FOR QUALITY POSTS
List of Merit Reward Threads
Joel_Jantsen's Merit Distribution Thread (Newbies Welcome)
OVERVIEW OF SERVICES
Bounties the managers (spreadsheet)
One (1) Merit point to Rank-up Service, Jr. to Hero Members Are Welcome.
[LEARN] BBCode Lessons & Tutorials [+tutorial videos!]
[Tips] Guide for forum search
Your Total Beginners Guide To Cryptocurrency and Bitcointalk


I'll will keep updating this topic, if you want me to add more info, please let men know.

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March 21, 2018, 10:46:28 PM
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Thanks for the time you invest in this!

Not sure which one to pick but how about my thread on a new forum feature, I think it would deserve some more attention, maybe it will be implemented  Smiley :
I have a new feature proposal for the forum software. I don't think I saw this in the features.

Maybe we can have a new section in the forum header along side "Show new replies to your posts", "Watchlist" called "Show new quotes to your posts".

This feature will display all the posts that quoted your posts and you will be able to reply faster especially in multiple page threads.

What do you think? Would this be helpful for you?
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