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May 14, 2018, 10:57:22 PM
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Creating accounts using proxies and vpn should be disable abusers will surely use vpn and proxies to bypass this evil ip payment to create more multiple accounts to abuse bounty there might be already a vpn tagged with evil ip but there's so much vpn and proxies available out there they can just switch one to another.
I'm pretty sure there is a way to figure out when someone connected thru vpn/proxy
maybe the packet data received/sent from those IPs has certain marker or header
or the forum could just use third party service to build and update blacklisted vpn/proxy IPs

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May 15, 2018, 03:22:05 PM
Last edit: May 16, 2018, 09:31:58 AM by Q2kc
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I hope there will be a limit of accounts per IP, for example, 5 maximum accounts per IP Address because some are creating too many accounts almost all I've seen so far are newbie accounts and the purpose of that is for airdrops the more accounts the more token to be earned, btw does account expire for being not active?
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May 15, 2018, 03:32:04 PM
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does account expire for being not active?
Maybe, yes. Based on this post
You can check them from Vod's website:
http://dev.martinlawrence.ca/bpip/

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Take 1,999,086 registered accounts, delete 1,082,472 accounts with no sign on for 90 days, no posts and no trust
and that leaves us with 916,614 active accounts.
Looks like account that aren't active for 90 days without post or trust will be deleted.

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May 15, 2018, 05:27:20 PM
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Maybe, yes. Based on this post
You can check them from Vod's website:
http://dev.martinlawrence.ca/bpip/
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Take 1,999,086 registered accounts, delete 1,082,472 accounts with no sign on for 90 days, no posts and no trust
and that leaves us with 916,614 active accounts.
Looks like account that aren't active for 90 days without post or trust will be deleted.
You're interpreting this the wrong way. http://dev.martinlawrence.ca/bpip/ is Vod's site, and that site deletes the "dead" accounts.
Bitcointalk itself doesn't delete them.

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May 15, 2018, 05:38:02 PM
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You're interpreting this the wrong way. http://dev.martinlawrence.ca/bpip/ is Vod's site, and that site deletes the "dead" accounts.
Bitcointalk itself doesn't delete them.
Ah, okay. Thanks for explain it, i though that bitcointalk will delete the inactive account.

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