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March 21, 2018, 06:36:46 AM
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Hello guys! Let's discuss sMerit: why you need and where to get it?

  sMerit is taken into account when changing rank. If you score the required number of posts, but not enough merits, you will not be promoted! Why, the purpose of its introduction?
  Recently, a large number of new accounts have appeared, many of which are registered in batches by one user for the purpose of their promotion and sale. There was a lot of Scam, empty meaningless messages on Bitcoin Forum.
Consider a table of transition from one rank to another depending on the number of Merits:
     Rank       Required activity      Required 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

  At the moment, buying and selling Merit is punishable by painting your trust and negative rating.
  Write useful posts, give good advice, be really useful on the forum and your Merit will grow!
  Forum tired of the barrage of empty posts that clog it and make it useless, drawing people's idle chatter. Let us develop and help others.
  Starting with the rank-Member, the user is given a one-time sMerit. Depending on the rank of the participant number sMerit different (the higher the rank, the greater number of them).
  If you want to send Merit to another user, you need to click +Merit. The number of merits transferred depends on your rank (maximum 50 for each).
  For example: you send 2 sMerit, then the person to whom you sent them will receive +2 Merit, and +1 will be added to your sMerit.
  Remember that Merit does not fall!
  Danger: Do not refresh the page where you send sMerit, otherwise it will be charged every time you update!
  The maximum number of sMerit that can be obtained from one user per month = 50.
  Statistics: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;stats
  To see who and how many you have sent Merit: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit
  I hope this article will be useful for you! Share your experience of receiving Merit, tips, useful recommendations and links!
Good luck guys!



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March 21, 2018, 07:00:50 AM
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Hello guys! Let's discuss sMerit: why you need and where to get it?

  sMerit is taken into account when changing rank. If you score the required number of posts, but not enough merits, you will not be promoted! Why, the purpose of its introduction?
  Recently, a large number of new accounts have appeared, many of which are registered in batches by one user for the purpose of their promotion and sale. There was a lot of Scam, empty meaningless messages on Bitcoin Forum.
Consider a table of transition from one rank to another depending on the number of Merits:
     Rank       Required activity      Required 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

  At the moment, buying and selling Merit is punishable by painting your trust and negative rating.
  Write useful posts, give good advice, be really useful on the forum and your Merit will grow!
  Forum tired of the barrage of empty posts that clog it and make it useless, drawing people's idle chatter. Let us develop and help others.
  Starting with the rank-Member, the user is given a one-time sMerit. Depending on the rank of the participant number sMerit different (the higher the rank, the greater number of them).
  If you want to send Merit to another user, you need to click +Merit. The number of merits transferred depends on your rank (maximum 50 for each).
  For example: you send 2 sMerit, then the person to whom you sent them will receive +2 Merit, and +1 will be added to your sMerit.
  Remember that Merit does not fall!
  Danger: Do not refresh the page where you send sMerit, otherwise it will be charged every time you update!
  The maximum number of sMerit that can be obtained from one user per month = 50.
  Statistics: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;stats
  To see who and how many you have sent Merit: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit
  I hope this article will be useful for you! Share your experience of receiving Merit, tips, useful recommendations and links!
Good luck guys!





This is totally awesome and gives a lot of help to me , seeing those tips make me get much involve in forum activity, Thanks for this wonderful post you have done, a little newbie like me helps a lot
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March 21, 2018, 07:21:14 AM
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Hello kisscoin,
Thanks for your good intention, but I don't think you should start the topic because there are available topics / threads which are better than yours.
Like this one
There are also some threads where some generous members make the effort and review posts (edit: as SFR10 suggested) that you submit and then maybe give you merit if the post deserves it. As Merits are per se a highly subjective matter, don't be disappointed if your post doesn't get in right away. Some factors have to come together in order that you get Merit. The most important being that you create genuine content, that someone who values it - and who has (s)Merit - also reads it.

Here is a list:
Please be reasonable if you submit something, as it really costs a lot of time for those members to do what they are doing

Another helpful tool is the Browser extension "Grammarly" it automatically checks texts you type for grammar and spelling, then it marks possible mistakes and offers solutions.
Here's the link to the chrome web store https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/grammarly-for-chrome/kbfnbcaeplbcioakkpcpgfkobkghlhen?hl=en
A post that is easy to read AND has value is more likely to get Merit Smiley
Before creating topics to share tips/ tutorials, you should search to make sure they are not posted/ solved somewhere in the forum. If they are available, and you have better solutions, you should start a new one. If not, please don't do it. If you have only small tips to improve, post it in available topics to contribute to current discussions.

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March 21, 2018, 01:42:37 PM
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This is totally awesome and gives a lot of help to me , seeing those tips make me get much involve in forum activity, Thanks for this wonderful post you have done, a little newbie like me helps a lot

Well it hasn't helped you by quoting that post in full. I very nearly put you on ignore, so you would have no chance of getting merit from me.

Quoting long posts that just repeat information that is in a myriad of other threads just clogs up the boards. If you must reply, then please clip the post down to a couple of lines. There is no point in repeating it if it is in the post above yours.

The Fit to Talk English project is peaking at over 1,000 views in a four hour period - are you one of those guests.
If English is not your first language, then we can help you with your posting on Bitcoin Talk.
- PM me to join if you aren't a member. If you are a member, then we would love you to help other members.
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March 21, 2018, 02:03:30 PM
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At the moment, buying and selling Merit is punishable by painting your trust and negative rating.

At the moment?  Huh You're putting that in a way like it is going to be allowed to buy/sell Merits at some point in future. You should simply say, "It is not allowed to trade Merits." without putting a "At the moment," part at the starting. That makes it sound completely different, and wrong too.

By the way, you just posted a useless thread, containing the same content that has been excessively repeated in many sections already. So, congratulations for being a lazy-head who never cares to read before posting, and, it was a very good try to get your first Merit trying to help some people with a post like this, but I can only see a 0 (zero) in the Merit column of your account, and that might have made you understand that this is not the way to get it.  Roll Eyes

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Too soon for me to think about merit.  Although it would be nice to get some.
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March 22, 2018, 04:51:25 AM
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Thank you for sharing this information! As a newbie, I appreciate informative posts like this because it will surely guide our steps. Knowing the basics helps us in strengthening our foundation in this industry. What you shared about merits actually equipped us. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts!
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March 22, 2018, 10:03:16 AM
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And more surprising that many are making the topic of "what is the merit?" "how does it work?", "how are the terms and regulations?".
However, there are still many new topics from some newbie with the same title or intent, which is "How to get merit?".

I regret some of the newbies here who go into the "jungle" but they always ask about the "direction", whereas the "signpost" is available in "along the way". Sad

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March 22, 2018, 10:19:31 AM
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The application of merit is an incorrect decision. I as a new user in this forum feel unfair
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March 22, 2018, 01:08:30 PM
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The application of merit is an incorrect decision. I as a new user in this forum feel unfair

The ones who feel unfair about the system has only one way to react and that is by leaving the forum.
The system has been implemented to reduce spam and spammers from the forum, and so it is doing. Now, for everyone, there are only 2 choices. They either live with it, or live outside the forum.  Roll Eyes Choice is yours.  Wink
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March 22, 2018, 01:38:04 PM
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There are many complaints about the merit system and it is true that it is much more difficult to rank up. But theymos has implemented this for a reason to reduce spam and bad quality posts (as zanzay mentioned). Merit is here to stay, so learn to live with it.

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March 22, 2018, 01:41:17 PM
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That's why spammers never rank up so fast, and meriting system is a good filtering system in this forum. Merits is earned for those members that is really worthy.
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March 22, 2018, 03:04:48 PM
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Your article does not add anything new to it, not sure why you even bothered to post it in the first place Huh
Both Meta and Beginners section are filled with Merits Whining and discussions topic, no need to add more to it Smiley
Next time you might want to use Theymos's topic for Merit discussion instead
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2818350.0

The application of merit is an incorrect decision. I as a new user in this forum feel unfair
You are always free to find another community Smiley
If your post are high quality you won't have any problem with Merits
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March 22, 2018, 04:30:53 PM
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When I first joined the forum, I wasn't familiar with the merit system or why I should really care about it. I wasn't very knowledgable about Bitcoin other than the very basics and certainly had little knowledge to offer really.  Not much has changed! Except that I do now understand the benefit of merit.  But it's all about quality content and patience.

Although some people seem to think cryptocurrency is the fast track to getting rich quick - in my reality it's more about getting involved and slowly building a portfolio that goes up and down in value.  Over time it will hopefully grow if you make smart choices and stay patient rather than demand the instant gratification of an immediate and big payoff. My belief is that Bitcointalk merit acts in much the same way. Get involved and slowly make meaningful statements about the topics you come across.  Make smart choices in what and how (and how often) you contribute and stay patient (rather than demand instant merit like it is your birthright) and it will eventually come.

If any of you are familiar with the site MyLot - it is a discussion forum where you can earn money by making contributory and original posts based on how others view and respond to you and how you in turn interact back. It is not fast building bank account and it is not a lot of money. But over time it adds up.  Many at MyLot are quick to point out that if you are there just to make money - you will end up disappointed and leave with nothing. But if you invest time and thoughtfulness in your words, and make that effort your primary focus instead of earning money you will do well.

The merit system here I think works the exact same way. Make the process your focus rather than the end result and you will learn something along the way. Smiley

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March 22, 2018, 06:21:15 PM
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Good information, i always hear merit rank from j.member and above, as a beginner we need to seat up, and make the forum, with a constructive post and more interesting, for a better future.
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March 22, 2018, 06:44:05 PM
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The application of merit is an incorrect decision. I as a new user in this forum feel unfair

You as a new user benefit the most from the new merit system.  With a new account, you are starting fresh and can earn merit as you rank up. The only people it really hurt was anyone who was a week or two away from ranking up that now have to catch up all their merit in order to do so which could take months or longer. It is totally fair for new accounts unless you just made this account to troll how it's unfair because you are in another category or just wanted to rank up to earn money with spammy posts.

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March 23, 2018, 11:26:32 AM
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Too soon for me to think about merit.  Although it would be nice to get some.
Yeah, you are right! As a newbie, you should learn more about crypto world (basic knowledge about blockchain, ledger, explorer, anonymous transactions, ICOs, DAICOs, masternode mechanism, etc). How to do this, reading more in the forum and available websites, using search function in the Google and the forum. Try writing constructive threads, improving your quality (contents, grammar, vocabularies, and formats) over time. Some day you will earn merits.
Keep moving forwards, and good luck.

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March 23, 2018, 11:35:04 AM
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i didn't understund why we couldnotbuymerit ,but wecouldbuy bitcointalk account
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March 23, 2018, 11:55:04 AM
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i didn't understund why we couldnotbuymerit ,but wecouldbuy bitcointalk account

Merit are supposed to be earned by the right way, with making some useful or meaningful post/thread.
And i think buying and selling Merits are illegal..
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