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July 29, 2018, 08:06:35 AM
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Hey everyone, I just wanted to say. If there is a post that is of a troll like nature on this forum, the best way to make it go away is to simply not reply to it. Posts with a super unrealistic and or dumb title gets bumped back to the top when yo reply to it. I keep seeing posts that should have been dead months ago because people reply to it. Remember the people that want BTC to fail also post on this forum. When spreading FUD it's easy to start like 5-10 posts knowing that all of your positive replies will bump them all to the top.

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Yes i agree,they are just distracting the mind espescially to new investors, spreading post with nonsense are not good to look at in this forum, ignore is the best thing we can do to stop them. ,,
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July 29, 2018, 08:49:13 AM
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Hey everyone, I just wanted to say. If there is a post that is of a troll like nature on this forum, the best way to make it go away is to simply not reply to it. Posts with a super unrealistic and or dumb title gets bumped back to the top when yo reply to it. I keep seeing posts that should have been dead months ago because people reply to it. Remember the people that want BTC to fail also post on this forum. When spreading FUD it's easy to start like 5-10 posts knowing that all of your positive replies will bump them all to the top.

Just looking out for us. Smiley

Yes there are a lot of trash post. Including the one which was made by a legendary member who is asking about 51% attack. He became a legendary member without knowing anything about it. That is absurd. And the mods deleted my post for lambasting the trash post.

Just right, they have many trash post on this forum and other people they changed the information contained in this group of bitcoin. So that you discover what are the best thing or you and the only person that you can trust for informing you that is what you want to know.
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July 29, 2018, 08:52:55 AM
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I think it is the job of the moderator to lock the finished topic because if that will not happen there will be endless loop of useless posts and unnecessary replies that can make FUDs in investors.
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July 29, 2018, 01:58:07 PM
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Trash posts which are senseless, meaningless and unnecessary are quite annoying. But as much as many of us would like to avoid these things, we get tempted to respond to their nonsense in a way that will make them realize that they are not contributing anything of value to this forum. They are like an itch that needs to be scratched!

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