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July 10, 2018, 02:23:14 PM
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Choose a bounty campaign with a higher rating on the Icobench website. Otherwise, with a high probability you will get on a scam.
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July 10, 2018, 02:25:01 PM
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My friend say that see if there's a road map who is the bounty manager and if the telegram was active and the community i dont know so much but i think this will help you to get a legit bounty
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July 10, 2018, 02:31:06 PM
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When choosing a bounty campaign you need to pay attention to the team, social networks and when they were created. Telegram chat and the number of participants in it is also a very important criterion. it will be good if you read whitepaper, and will understand the project and its essence.

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July 10, 2018, 02:34:49 PM
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There are too many Bounty Campaigns now and I know that it is hard to choose from them but based on my experience when choosing bounty campaign my criteria are:
1. There are little participants because the little the participants the higher the reward for you and also pick the bounty with high allocation
2. High Reward for a short period of time, make sure you choose the bounty campaign that worth your work for them do not choose a 5 months bounty for just .001 ETH you need to pick wisely
3. make sure their social media accounts are always updated so you will not create an post and most likely you will just like and share.

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July 11, 2018, 04:11:06 AM
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first I will see who's bounty manager,because if in the grasp by the bounty manager that has a good reputation then there will be the possibility of the pumpkin is also nice and then I'll see the whitepaper roadmap, the dev team and website.

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July 11, 2018, 05:50:37 AM
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Look first if who are the bounty manager, trusted bounty manager will have you a guarantee that your bounty is not a scam, then check if the bounty has a potential to succeed and always check if the team always make an effort to have many developments in their project.

I think the best way to choose a bounty is to read their whitepaper and look for their team and manager. Find some additional info and study their website to see if its really legit and prductive.
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July 11, 2018, 05:56:14 AM
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Choosing bounty isn't a difficult task.First off all,you have enough rank for joining bounty like Jr.Member of higher.Then,you have to need enough ability for doing quality post in English and you can also join social media campaign for getting reward.If you want to know good project,you will have to read the project white paper and website carefully.Then you will have to choose a good bounty.
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July 11, 2018, 05:58:21 AM
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We all know that there are a lot of bounty in the bounty section as we can see, but my question is how to choose good bounty campaign that we are able to  earn money? Many people mention, that the only way to determine whether the bounty is profitable or not  is by reading its white paper but may I ask to those expert here what is the other way to determine the profitable bounty?

By looking at ICO rating was enough because it proves that ICOs from bounty is worth to follow. And it will be where we work part time. Because I see a nice bounty only see from the ICO rating and in my opinion the ICO rating has seen their website and whitepaper. So I do not think we need to see it again.
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July 11, 2018, 06:00:33 AM
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ou have to choose the bounty project first you should read carefully it's rules, white paper and road map. Then look management team, real product. When you satisfied the project will success then you can join the bounty campaign. Actually it's not hard to choose good Bounty campaign but you must be careful and do your due diligence before choosing any bounty campaign as most of them are scams
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July 11, 2018, 06:05:42 AM
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if I think we should learn more about the project developers we will be participating in, because the research effort also consists of reading about the team behind a project, because Only experience can help solve this problem. No doubt it is necessary to get acquainted with the program and project idea in detail. You also need to get acquainted with the team that will carry out the project. ICO commands and ideas that are not seriously seen by the naked eye.
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July 11, 2018, 06:19:53 AM
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Heavy decision. My bounty campaign will be finished on July 27, and i need new. I'm looking for short campaign, i m tired of participating one signature for a long time. Duration is one of the most important point.
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July 11, 2018, 06:21:28 AM
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Most people get attract from the design of website or thread and they decide to join that bounty campaign. Sometimes they join specific bounty campaign because of high rewards but at the end of campaigns they may get scammed or they not get the whole amount of money or bounty campaigns failed ICO and many other reasons.

There are many things to remember while choosing proper bounty campaign. The first thing is that Team of the project. If they project don’t have proper or experienced team mates then there are chances that project may get dumbbed on way.
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July 11, 2018, 06:21:59 AM
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Bounty campaign is the third factor which you need to analyze before joining any bounty. The things which you need to analyse is that who is managing campaign, campaign is managing in proper way ( their are many bounty campaigns which are running in very poor state), budget and currency of bounty some bounty campaigns are  paying payment in BTC or ETH which are already available in market but most of the campaigns are paying in their own token which will available in exchange market only if ICO get success.
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July 11, 2018, 06:22:32 AM
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It is true that white paper is a benefit that we must read. But white paper is not a successful project size. There are still projects complete with white paper, but the results are different.Must be supported by team and prize hunters to make it success.

It is very difficult to choose a bounty  that will actually work, because there are too many presents. I do it by not choosing 1 a bounty, following it all by participating in a media campaign like blog or facebook, twitter.

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July 11, 2018, 06:27:31 AM
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read the whitepaper of every project for you to tell if its worth it. Inspect the project, search for all the information and some satisfying proofs for legitimacy for you to start that bounty. Also check the bounty manager who is handling the project because it has a chance that can be successful. Check the community if it's good and lively and also the community manager that entertain the participants.
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July 11, 2018, 06:28:07 AM
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1. Be selective.
It’s very important that you only reward the very best contributions. Otherwise, your brand image might suffer and serious contributors will have their stakes diluted.

2. Know what you are paying.
Status paid an average of 28350 SNT’s to their translators in the bounty campaign. At the time of writing, that’s around $1.6k, for just translating a 500 word document. Keep this in mind when you decide how many tokens you want to allocate to each task. It can sometimes be a lot more cost-effective to hire freelancers instead for certain jobs.

We recommend our clients to allocate between a 0.5–1.5 percent of their tokens to an ICO bounty campaign.

3. Community.
Your startup definitely needs a channel where it can interact with bounty hunters. This is not only important for answering support-related questions, but also for building a community of early adopters around your product/service.

4. Spread the word.
Make sure to tweet about your bounty campaign a couple times and to mention it in press releases. This will get you a lot more contributors and exposure.

5. Have a clear goal.
What do you want to achieve with your bounty campaign? Do you want to gain more exposure? Or do you prefer feedback and improvement tips instead?

6. Create a bounty page.
Some startups only mention their bounty campaign once in their ANN thread on bitcointalk. It’s very important that you also create a dedicated page for this topic on your own website. This adds a lot of legitimacy to the campaign.

7. Make a participants list.
Contributors are anxious to see if their work got accepted. In order to avoid an overwhelmed support team, your startup should create a participants list. The most effective way to do this is to make a publicly visible google spreadsheet that shows all contributions.

8. Be patient.
It’s very important that bounty tokens are distributed at least 2 weeks after the token is first traded on exchanges. This gives the price some time to grow before bounty hunters start selling their tokens. Additionally, you will have 14 more days to convince bounty token holders to hold their reward as a long-term investment.

9. Monitor Submissions.
To prevent fraudulent submission reserve the right to determine whether any payments will be distributed for any and all bounty submission. Create clear guidelines pertaining to criteria for submitting qualifying bounties. Anticipate receiving many submissions and developing a protocol for tracking all submitted bounties in order to verify author identity.

10. Collecting payment addresses.
Ensure that payment addresses are submitted privately in order to maintain user submission anonymity and prevent bounty participant fund theft.

11. Be careful with scammers.
You will receive emails from individuals that claim to be a bounty hunter and that they would like to change the ethereum address “they added when they submitted the task”. My experience so far has shown that these are scammers 99 percent of the time. Please be careful.

12. Incentivize high performance.
Develop and incentive structure and a mechanism to receive bounties which provide greater impact by increasing payouts as a function of results.
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July 11, 2018, 06:31:51 AM
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Before joining the campaign I always check if this campaign is trustworthy, trustworthy, and promising.
You can also do background checks on projects, people engage in bounty campaigns if they are legitimate. Many bounty campaigns have recently turned into scams. find out who is the team developer and campaign manager and you should follow their social media to get more updates.
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July 11, 2018, 06:34:34 AM
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Choose a bounty with realiable manager, platform, developers, and have a good rating and community.
There are many good bounties actually. Just search first before joining.

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July 11, 2018, 06:34:47 AM
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There are lot of ways to use in choosing a good project for example by going through their whitepaper and seeing the problem the project want to solve and also looking at the experience of the team behind the project and then the technology they are using ...
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July 11, 2018, 06:35:58 AM
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I like choosing projects that are late in their ICO and have already raised money. Also make sure bounty pool is big.
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