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April 16, 2018, 01:37:20 AM
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that is right managers won't run scam bounty. running scam bounty will affect their reputation. bounty campaign managing by newbie has a higher chance of being a scam. join a trustworthy manager so you won't waste your time and effort.

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April 16, 2018, 01:44:44 AM
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Do you mind joining a bounty program without a trusted manager?
I myself stopped joining bounty programs that run by the owner of the project or an unknown person (you will see them as newbie copper member or Jr. Copper). Due to the rise of high scams of ICO's and I'm not good at finding them I have to depend on experts. I believe a trustworthy manager won't run a shit campaign. So, to stay safe side I choose to join only bounties that run by a good manager or escrowed by someone that whole community can trust. I just don't want to waste my time.

Here is a short list of bounty managers I worked with and liked:
1. needmoney
2. yahoo62278
3. deadley
4. Sylon
5. irfan_pak10
6. Woshib
7. hua_hui
8. MadZ

Note: This is a personalized list with my own experience.

Let me know what do you think about joining in new managers bounty? (New means, newbie copper/Jr. members).

You can find more managers name at this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3085997 (found this few weeks earlier).




In your list yahoo62278 and Woshib only I worked for bounties. I would like to add to your list Wapinter  for trusted bounty managers.

Some bounties become scam only because of some developers who run away after they have profited on their ICO...
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April 16, 2018, 01:45:47 AM
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I dont like to participate with the tokensuite/needmoney team though that campaigns seems to be going to sold out,the payments is taking too long or it never,especially that olycaytu2005 has been following his campaigns and most of these campaigns are turning into scam.Needmoney has a lot of campaigns which might be risky because they arent checking the team behind the project.After some projects has turned into a scam ,they dont bother to tell people to what happened to it.

This is my first time following a campaign from tokensuite team, by reading your comments, this will be of more concern to me.
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April 16, 2018, 02:39:37 AM
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Yes, it is always better to look for campaigns with reliable managers. But I also have good experiences with new unknow managers. A short view on the post history and the kind of campaign/bounty management mostly shows the skills of the manager. So its no mistake to give also newcomers a chance.
correct. I myself often follow a bounty campaign that is held by a new or not yet famous manager and good results, after the campaign is over I also get a prize from the campaign.

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April 16, 2018, 02:44:54 AM
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Indeed! A trusted manager gives you the safety of running into scams and having your time wasted without any benefit. Therefore, choose wisely a trusted manager before running into any campaign.
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April 16, 2018, 02:47:06 AM
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Do you mind joining a bounty program without a trusted manager?
I myself stopped joining bounty programs that run by the owner of the project or an unknown person (you will see them as newbie copper member or Jr. Copper). Due to the rise of high scams of ICO's and I'm not good at finding them I have to depend on experts. I believe a trustworthy manager won't run a shit campaign. So, to stay safe side I choose to join only bounties that run by a good manager or escrowed by someone that whole community can trust. I just don't want to waste my time.

Here is a short list of bounty managers I worked with and liked:
1. needmoney
2. yahoo62278
3. deadley
4. Sylon
5. irfan_pak10
6. Woshib
7. hua_hui
8. MadZ

Note: This is a personalized list with my own experience.

Let me know what do you think about joining in new managers bounty? (New means, newbie copper/Jr. members).

You can find more managers name at this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3085997 (found this few weeks earlier).




i have to admit that top 8 managers in your list have a very good reputation as managers in the bounty campaign, but, there are also unrecognize manager and the manager from the project itself that really did a great job managing their project, for example like CUBE ICO, the project managed by their own manager and it turned out to be successful too
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April 16, 2018, 02:51:27 AM
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Indeed! A trusted manager gives you the safety of running into scams and having your time wasted without any benefit. Therefore, choose wisely a trusted manager before running into any campaign.

we don't have to be a worry if somehow we don't get paid because we trusted the managers that will take responsibility for their participants. I see on the list that they are all a good managers which have get much success in their campaigns and they really concern with their participants.

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April 16, 2018, 02:54:06 AM
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Yes you are correct. This is to make sure that you are working on a great ICO that has a lot of potential. i did some signature campaign before from unknown bounty manager however when the campaign is about to end the ICO was halted. That is too bad.

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April 16, 2018, 05:19:28 AM
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There's a lot of ways how to find good manager like if they spend a lot of time here and they spread their ICO in different kinds of campaigns with good road map i'm sure it will turn to so popular like a lot of users here will do investment because of that actually even they have newbie manager here still it depend on the campaign that they run like if they sale their coin with some strategy like you can get 0.001 btc if you buy 0.01 btc of their coins or tokens i only post the example so of course it will become popular because they already give some btc

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April 16, 2018, 05:27:16 AM
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It really good information but I have checked all the managers but found irfan_pak almost all his campaign failed horribly . He locked most of his bounty thread . Apart from that all the managers looking good . I know Yahoo is good manager but till now i worked with only Sylon . Still waiting for payment.
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April 16, 2018, 05:40:22 AM
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the main I always choose the manager yahoo62278..but very difficult to participant.because limit with the number of participants.but for others maybe I prefer the manager whose rank is already high..and for manager rank under member maybe we must look at their site..and who they partner program

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April 16, 2018, 05:53:08 AM
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This is serious but I must be very straight and sincere with you, this rank of a thing has less to do with being trustworthy except from experience and the likes. Moreover, the new member you are talking may be a best manager while a full member may manage scam projects purposely because of greediness and the likes. It’s good to be careful as a matter of fact but base on my own opinion, I don’t care about the rank.

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April 16, 2018, 07:34:03 AM
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fully agree with the proposed list. I wanted to find out if anyone is collecting statistics on successful and unsuccessful bounties? It would be interesting to see the dynamics especially in recent months.
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April 16, 2018, 07:46:55 AM
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fully agree with the proposed list. I wanted to find out if anyone is collecting statistics on successful and unsuccessful bounties? It would be interesting to see the dynamics especially in recent months.
Yes, this work takes a lot of time and energy to complete the investigation and tracking of ICO projects.
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April 16, 2018, 07:54:01 AM
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Your rank is junior member, except for being newbie for 1 month, you were able to participate in campaigns for 2 months.
I can only say that reputable manager doesn't mean project will end up good, they are bounty managers, final decision is always on project team, and whatever they say their word will be final.
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April 16, 2018, 10:04:14 AM
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Do you mind joining a bounty program without a trusted manager?
I myself stopped joining bounty programs that run by the owner of the project or an unknown person (you will see them as newbie copper member or Jr. Copper). Due to the rise of high scams of ICO's and I'm not good at finding them I have to depend on experts. I believe a trustworthy manager won't run a shit campaign. So, to stay safe side I choose to join only bounties that run by a good manager or escrowed by someone that whole community can trust. I just don't want to waste my time.

Here is a short list of bounty managers I worked with and liked:
1. needmoney
2. yahoo62278
3. deadley
4. Sylon
5. irfan_pak10
6. Woshib
7. hua_hui
8. MadZ

Note: This is a personalized list with my own experience.

Let me know what do you think about joining in new managers bounty? (New means, newbie copper/Jr. members).

You can find more managers name at this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3085997 (found this few weeks earlier).



Yes, you are absolutely right that it is better to participate in campaigns from trusted managers. They have, of course, a huge number of participants and small payments, but all honestly. A campaign from team ICO is often fraudulent. But the list of managers can be expanded, I will give a good spreadsheet, and which contains proven managers. The spreadsheet is constantly updated.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1B4sMp4rDeYjPn3Lkbxn6Ot5KLQFERPXloIl5lUbTVBg/edit#gid=1904486812

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April 16, 2018, 10:28:47 AM
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I agree with you.the Manager is the face of the company and I think it's generally very important I always pay attention to it really
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April 16, 2018, 10:38:58 AM
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So funny. Never thought about bounty managers being actual bounty managers (multiple bounties and such). Sorry, not that long in the whole bounty scene. Is there a way to keep track of bounties run by these trusted people? Or simply keep track of their posts in the bounty thread to find out if they started a new one?

Anyway. I noticed my good experiences were indeed with numerous people from your list Smiley.

I also know now why a few others are not mentioned in that same list Smiley

I currently do a few Goblin campaigns, I like working through that platform too (and bounty is also run smoothly by the projects themselves).

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April 16, 2018, 10:39:58 AM
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Absolutely true. At least (if a campaign looks really attractive) people should take up those managed by at least a full member on this forum.

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April 16, 2018, 10:55:31 AM
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Having a new or unknown manager shouldn't be a problem as long as funds are escrowed, and people shouldn't be joining them if this isn't the case as you're just asking for trouble. Most ICOs are scams in some way or at the very least all the care about is money so it shouldn't be surprising when something goes wrong regarding funds or payouts.  

Here is a short list of bounty managers I worked with and liked:
1. needmoney
2. yahoo62278
3. deadley
4. Sylon
5. irfan_pak10
6. Woshib
7. hua_hui
8. MadZ

There are several managers on that list that run shit campaigns, but I guess it depends on what you define as a shit campaign. For most users all they care about is getting paid for whatever posts they can be bothered to churn out so any campaign that pays them for that is probably great in their eyes. There's a few on that list that aren't really trusted to hold on to large amounts of coins either which can always be problematic. Anyone can pay out on a few smaller campaigns successfully but it could be a different story if they're ever entrusted with tens of thousands of dollars and several managers have already run off with the money and many more would have if they had ever got the chance.

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