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Author Topic: The longer the bounty, the fewer the earnings?  (Read 7634 times)
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July 26, 2018, 11:21:37 AM
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This could be true or not, depends more on the number of participants in the bounty. Based on these the longer the bounty the higher the risk of it having too many participants which will reduce the stakes to be allocated to you
Very rarely, but there are projects that prolong the duration of the project, but stop the collection of new bounty hunters, and the number of payments depends on the collected funds. In this case, bounty hunters will get more.

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July 26, 2018, 11:25:00 AM
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My friend just told me recently that he is leaving the bounty that we both joined last January. The ICO has been delayed many times and it is getting longer. He said that the longer the bounty period of an ICO, the fewer the coins that you will earn. So it is true based from your experience? Should I also leave or stay?
Yes, it is true because the longer the bounty, the more the participant and rewards have to be distributed among all participant that is why the reward may sometimes be small and it also depend on the amount of allocation for the campaign but if the bounty take less time and it has limits to number of participants, the reward will be a bit better.
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July 26, 2018, 11:36:38 AM
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What is not clear? The longer the generosity of those people become more and more, and the percentage of the same tokens remains unchanged. Here and now please. Divide the profit at all and you will get a little bit.
Now projects other than the extension of terms, can simply reduce payments by 6-20 times. There are many examples of such projects (All.me, Ubiatar, etc.)

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July 26, 2018, 11:40:54 AM
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My friend just told me recently that he is leaving the bounty that we both joined last January. The ICO has been delayed many times and it is getting longer. He said that the longer the bounty period of an ICO, the fewer the coins that you will earn. So it is true based from your experience? Should I also leave or stay?

Yes, the longer the campaign will be drag the higher the possibility that your earnings will getting lesser especially if you are with legendary and hero team member. This is the reality for bounties which is drag longer.
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July 26, 2018, 11:50:17 AM
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My friend just told me recently that he is leaving the bounty that we both joined last January. The ICO has been delayed many times and it is getting longer. He said that the longer the bounty period of an ICO, the fewer the coins that you will earn. So it is true based from your experience? Should I also leave or stay?

Of course it's true. After all, the bounty is usually allocated a fixed amount of coins and the more it lasts, the more people in it participate, in fact, your earnings will be less. I do not like to participate in one campaign for a long time. It seems to me that it is more profitable to take part in a month in different than 3 months in one.
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July 26, 2018, 11:57:45 AM
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I believe so too. More and more bounty participants join as the ICO extends which means that the value per stake will be lesser. I also don't like joining campaigns that keeps on extending however some campaign managers do not allow participants to leave in the middle of the ICO.

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July 26, 2018, 12:01:12 PM
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Try to choose companies that initially do not last a long time. Although even among very long campaigns there are very good payouts

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July 26, 2018, 12:25:03 PM
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Try to choose companies that initially do not last a long time. Although even among very long campaigns there are very good payouts

You are right mate. I dont think that the longer the bounty the fewer the earnings because as I've experienced there are many bounty that last for a long period of time but at the end they pays great and give good rewards to every each participants. The main reasons is that they are really legit company that truly looking into the goodness of all bounty hunters and as well as to all the investors.
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July 26, 2018, 12:28:55 PM
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My friend just told me recently that he is leaving the bounty that we both joined last January. The ICO has been delayed many times and it is getting longer. He said that the longer the bounty period of an ICO, the fewer the coins that you will earn. So it is true based from your experience? Should I also leave or stay?

Few distribution of tokens as the bounty goes longer will only happen if the investors of a certain campaign is low and they are still continuously to market their coins in order to have a success bounty.

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July 26, 2018, 12:32:02 PM
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you are absolutely right as more people join the campaign and because of this the reward becomes less
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July 26, 2018, 12:33:09 PM
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Yes it means project advertisement does not went well in its initial wave, extending it and will mean more participants and more divisors means less earnings.
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July 26, 2018, 12:37:59 PM
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There may be such a situation!
The long time for the bounty mission may be because ICO sales take a long time! If the market recognizes this project, ico should quickly complete the sales target! On the contrary, this shows that the market does not recognize this project!
After the bounty is accepted, the tokens obtained will not be recognized by the market, and the gains will be reduced!
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July 26, 2018, 12:39:04 PM
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My friend just told me recently that he is leaving the bounty that we both joined last January. The ICO has been delayed many times and it is getting longer. He said that the longer the bounty period of an ICO, the fewer the coins that you will earn. So it is true based from your experience? Should I also leave or stay?
i neber believed in biunty campaigns and i think that you should be reallycareful when you are dealing woth thme

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July 26, 2018, 12:39:54 PM
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There may be such a situation!
The long time for the bounty mission may be because ICO sales take a long time! If the market recognizes this project, ico should quickly complete the sales target! On the contrary, this shows that the market does not recognize this project!
After the bounty is accepted, the tokens obtained will not be recognized by the market, and the gains will be reduced!
bounty projects are not tones that i wluld rely on, soi think you should except yoyr earning early or never

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July 26, 2018, 12:40:42 PM
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yes its true. the longer the bounty the more participants will join the said bounty project and the stake will be divided on the number of participants that has stakes. better to find some bounty campaigns that has an less participants who joined on the bounty projects but still a promising project to earn bigger rewards.
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July 26, 2018, 12:41:07 PM
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Honestly, the longer a bounty the fewer the tokens received unless they deem it fit to increase the pools, otherwise, the Jr members and partially the members will receive less tokens.
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July 26, 2018, 12:45:19 PM
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Op is very correct, the longer you stay in bounty the lesser your rewards from it especially when you're a Jr member unless they increase the bounty allocation like what Vanig did. They extended their bounty and also allocated a fresh pool to it
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July 26, 2018, 12:49:07 PM
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Op is very correct, the longer you stay in bounty the lesser your rewards from it especially when you're a Jr member unless they increase the bounty allocation like what Vanig did. They extended their bounty and also allocated a fresh pool to it

Exactly, Vanig has done what is right by giving out a fresh pool to their extended bounty. I'm really happy about it and other managers should also emulate this.
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July 26, 2018, 12:52:08 PM
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My friend just told me recently that he is leaving the bounty that we both joined last January. The ICO has been delayed many times and it is getting longer. He said that the longer the bounty period of an ICO, the fewer the coins that you will earn. So it is true based from your experience? Should I also leave or stay?
I thinks you have a point as whats have you stated thats the longer period of ICO the fewer coins thats you earn,because maybe the bounty participants would added more and many are parted into the bounty tokens,but in the other hands the longer period thats you stay in the bounty the more stakes thats you achieve as your points to becomes your tokens when ICO ends,so therefore  this situation is both mutual.

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July 26, 2018, 12:53:10 PM
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For me it is not only the basis when some bounty campaign are running for a long time and you just got few earnings. But it is base on the participants that are truly participating, if it has have a huge bounty pool allocation so it means you can really get more rewards.  While when it has a little bit of allocation so it is a disadvantages.
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