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June 04, 2018, 03:35:24 AM
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Guys, there's something called negative and positive trust scores. I see certain signature and airdrop campaigns require a neutral or positive trust score.

Can anyone tell me examples of when I will receive a negative trust score?

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June 04, 2018, 03:51:20 AM
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Can anyone tell me examples of when I will receive a negative trust score?
Refer to this thread (hasn't been updated in a while): Things not against forum rules but frowned upon by community!

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June 04, 2018, 03:33:06 PM
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Trust score is a decentralized and no-moderated system used for many users to alert others to one profile. For instance, you can get negative trust if you:
- Spam the forum by making useless topics again and again.
- Farm an account, or give merits to an alt. Some people find easy to make two accounts and give merit from one to another, but they eventually are going to get red trust.
- If you make transactions (money or crypto) and steal the people.
- If you encourage others to do so.
- If you use links to a phishing site or try to hack anyone...
- insulting, making some fake accusations to others...
- Using bots to post...
- PLagiarism can give you some red trust. Copy-pasting is not allowed in the forum, etc.
So, in sort, you will receive red trust (negative) if you spam, hack or do some harm to anyone or the forum itself. If you behave as a normal person, then you probably stay neutral.
The trust is given to you by other users, so it is no controlled by moderators in any way. So be careful and just use the common sense.

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June 06, 2018, 11:03:31 PM
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seoincorporation above posted main reasons why users get negative trust ratings. Also, some actions like posting phishing links, plagiarism, making extremely low quality posts can lead to ban. But if you aren't doing any of these things mentioned above, you shouldn't be worried about negative trust rating.
I can add that every forum member can leave positive, neutral or negative trust ratings. But only feedbacks left by Default Trust (DT) members affect your trust score.

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June 07, 2018, 01:30:13 AM
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Trust score is a decentralized and no-moderated system used for many users to alert others to one profile. For instance, you can get negative trust if you:
- Spam the forum by making useless topics again and again.
- Farm an account, or give merits to an alt. Some people find easy to make two accounts and give merit from one to another, but they eventually are going to get red trust.
- If you make transactions (money or crypto) and steal the people.
- If you encourage others to do so.
- If you use links to a phishing site or try to hack anyone...
- insulting, making some fake accusations to others...
- Using bots to post...
- PLagiarism can give you some red trust. Copy-pasting is not allowed in the forum, etc.
So, in sort, you will receive red trust (negative) if you spam, hack or do some harm to anyone or the forum itself. If you behave as a normal person, then you probably stay neutral.
The trust is given to you by other users, so it is no controlled by moderators in any way. So be careful and just use the common sense.
I will keep this in mind thanks for sharing this.
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June 07, 2018, 02:46:07 AM
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I also made the same thread before 4 days back.
Don't make duplicate thread..
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4405320.msg39198838#msg39198838

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