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April 16, 2018, 04:13:32 PM
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Is it good to receive payments for bounty you worked hard for month/s and the equivalent only is less than $1 in token?

Yes, I  recently been paid 95 of the tokens I worked for 5 months since November. I have met all the required posts for the social media categories, Twitter and FB considering they are good company.

I was surprised it is only equivalent to less than $1? Oh my, it's a shame and undeserving for the bounty hunters.
It is unfair for each active participants to have received the amount less than what they worked for in months. It is not worth it.

SO I propose if many bounty hunters or campaigners agree to have minimum payment of $10 in eth equivalent aside from the token they should receive from the ICO program. If this would not possible to be in eth, then the ICO program should explain in details that each participants  should have minimum of not less than $10 dollars in token equivalent if their campaign reach 1 month and additional rewards if they will be extended.

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Do you wish if the campaign with no completed bounty participants share the allocated token to be divided by the active participants in that category? I noticed that most of the spreadsheets contain incomplete line up and inactive participants. Is this good? I think so.

How I wish this can be implemented? I am no bounty manager but willing to help the community of campaigners.

I don't think this will be possible because no projects team want to pay from their hands to the bounty participans unless it is an bitcoin signature campaign so if you are looking for assured return then join on the campaign which is paying weekly.And you also need to research about the project before promoting them some are not worth to promote so it is in our hand.

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April 16, 2018, 11:05:19 PM
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Probably not.
Did you forget the reason why altcoin projects pay with their own token? or let me rephrase the question, did you forget the reason why they do ICO's?
It is because of lack of funds. Simple as that.

They'll rather add the accumulated eth/btc to the development fund of the project than giving to bounty hunters.
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April 17, 2018, 08:56:45 AM
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A system that would force all of the bounties on this website to pay a certain amount, eg, 10 USD would be way to hard to implement and monitor. The manpower for this just isn't possible and there would not be enough staff to moderate the endless amount of bounties appearing on this website daily.

There is a simple solution to all of these scam icos/bounties. Please use your brain when participating in both.

If a bounty campaign is scheduled for 3 months, and the rewards look pretty minuscule compared to the work involved - move on. There are a lot of more profitable bounties out there [1] and no one is forcing you to join the one that is paying you minimum wage.

When choosing to participate in one's ico/bounty campaign take note of the main factors which will determine if they are legitimate or another pump and dump or another shitcoin that never gets listed on anything except ED and Forkdelta.

[1] Some great examples would be safen, tv-two. These are icos I would trust.

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