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Author Topic: THEYMOS see this. This forum is overruned by bots.  (Read 875 times)
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May 09, 2018, 11:04:07 AM
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Oh my god, you catch so much of accounts have illegal action at our forum, i have join some bounty and find out some user have same name such that : Abu ABC, Abu XYZ, Abu DEG. I don't know why a lot of people cheating and almost bounty manager don't kick them or pass them.

Some managers simply don't care about them, do you know why? At the end they are still paid so they don't care if someone will abuse or not.

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May 09, 2018, 02:55:07 PM
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Some managers simply don't care about them, do you know why? At the end they are still paid so they don't care if someone will abuse or not.

Or maybe, just maybe, that lazy managers are the one who abuse their own bounty with bots or people hired by the managers. It is just a “maybe” from me. This situation would be better if there are some  standard to become a manager, and all managers are gathered in one association, so they will have rules and if they break it, other managers will punish them.
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May 09, 2018, 03:07:31 PM
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Here are some of the ICO announcement threads that are run by bots that I know of. You can easily say its run by bots by looking at the posts and who are those posting. Most are newbies, newly created, 1-3 posts only and their posts are usually one liner. Soem of them are even copied from another thread just like what I posted here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2645450.msg36750497#msg36750497

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May 09, 2018, 03:48:57 PM
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Some managers simply don't care about them, do you know why? At the end they are still paid so they don't care if someone will abuse or not.

Or maybe, just maybe, that lazy managers are the one who abuse their own bounty with bots or people hired by the managers. It is just a “maybe” from me. This situation would be better if there are some  standard to become a manager, and all managers are gathered in one association, so they will have rules and if they break it, other managers will punish them.

I think campaigns are the only biggest problem here in this forum. What if campaigns would be remove here on the forum forever maybe it's the only way to avoid users to make alts and also reduces spam and many of them would go offline and never to re-open their accounts. As i've read some topics here, the situation was always repeated all about spams, alts of anyone, etc.. so maybe it's better that way.
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