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July 03, 2018, 11:07:04 PM
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This is very common question which you have asked.

First thing you have to know that there are no relation between signature campaign and merit, cause merit is totally dependable on your contribution to this forum. If your contribution or knowledge help others then you will get merit, and other hand signature campaign is the main key to earn money for all bitcoiners, so everybody in this forum can use signature campaign from very first day if they are eligible to the certain campaign.
But my opinion is that dont focus on merit just focus on learning and grow your knowledge day by day so that you can contribute to this forum with lots of new and good thing.

By the end wish you happy bitcoin or cryptocurrency journey...
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July 03, 2018, 11:11:16 PM
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Earning merit is somewhat hard to earn as for now. There will be no difference even your wearing signature or not its up to the quality of your post to earn merit.

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July 04, 2018, 12:19:59 AM
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I appreciate the helpful comment. I saw a post awhile ago about someone talking about how participating in a signature bounty lowers the chances of earning merit because it shows that the user wants to do bounties, rather than providing value to the forum or something like that.



There are some who prefer to give merits to signatureless members.  They think that by being signatureless, that member's intention is not to make bitcointalk a money-making site but to really learn and contribute to the community (this attitude is highly encouraged which gives that signatureless member a thumbs-up).

Many will scrutinize your post first if it deserves a merit then look at your post history if you are a spammer/shitposter then they will analyze your intention and decide if they will give you a merit or not. (Hence, the merit that you will get does not depend on just your current post but also on your previous posts)

However, most of the members do not associate signature campaign and giving merits.  They just look at your post and then decide if it is merit-worthy or not.

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July 04, 2018, 01:39:22 AM
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It's aboujt how helpful your posts are, how much thought and work you put into them and some luck (the person who is reading it needs to have some sendable merits)

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July 04, 2018, 03:21:26 AM
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I appreciate the helpful comment. I saw a post awhile ago about someone talking about how participating in a signature bounty lowers the chances of earning merit because it shows that the user wants to do bounties, rather than providing value to the forum or something like that.

I don't give merits to members of signature campaigns for exactly that reason. I know that there are at least a few other people that also do not give merits to members of signature campaigns, but I don't know how much of a difference it makes overall.
Honestly I didn't agree with you. Wether some member doing signature campaigns or not should be the base for giving Merits. I think sometimes person who didn't do bounties does not mean that member contributes to the forum greater ways. May be that member is shitposting more than the member who do the signature campaigns.

I think some members looking at their reputation in the forum ( I also think it matters ) before giving away their sMerits. Though Bitcointalk is not a money making place, I don't think getting some passive income while contributing to the forum is not a big issue. I don't need to do any signature campaigns to earn few bucks since I covered my income sources. But sometimes we didn't know about other members story from their point of view.

I don't encourage to do Bounties or signature campaigns since most of the occasions it ends up creating spammers/shitposters. That's how typical behavior of humans when it comes to the money. Finally I want to quote what our great "Theymos" said about Merits. However at the end of the day, it's up to the members how they should spend their hard earned Merits since it's theirs not the people who commentating( including me) about how they should spend Smiley

While we will not be directly moderating this, I encourage people to give merit to posts that are objectively high-quality, not just posts that you agree with.

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July 04, 2018, 03:47:58 AM
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If your post is good enough, signatures shouldn't be a problem, and now many people have set up signatures.
Therefore, what matters is the content of the article.
But to be honest, the Merit are really hard to get.

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July 04, 2018, 01:27:02 PM
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putting signature and removing signature wont affect anything. all you can do is to keep posting and dont lose hope share quality content and you wil see some differences. earning merit is tough but not impossible

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July 04, 2018, 08:12:50 PM
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Can you tell me that which sections are more merited than others??
If we filter the dashboard on the section/subsection tab by the month of May (so as to get a close reference and not a cumulative one), it would be altcoin Ann, Russian, meta, marketplace, economics, and altcoin discussion in this order.

Some of the above have their own ecosystems. Altcoin Ann for example awards often the OPs who create the Ann and these back to some of the contributions to their threads.

Regardless, it’s not a matter of which are the most awarded sections, but finding how to contribute to them through your posts and create well versed opinions or information based content. Visibility also needs to be pondered (I don’t mean posting arts, but where you post. I.e. mega threads are likely to be not read by many since they tend to be spam threads - Wall Observer is an exception for those in that ecosystem).

Is this order by total merits or merits per post? If latter, then this merit system isn't so great afterall. I mean, economics is ok but altcoin Ann, please.

I won't go and see for myself because my phone doesn't show that properly, I tried.
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July 04, 2018, 08:43:26 PM
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Is this order by total merits or merits per post? If latter, then this merit system isn't so great afterall. I mean, economics is ok but altcoin Ann, please.

I won't go and see for myself because my phone doesn't show that properly, I tried.
Data on the Merit Dashboard is show in terms of awarded sMerit on the Section/subsection tab.
Direct link:BitcoinTalk Merit Dashboard.

Yes, we had an interesting conversation on Meta regarding the Altcoin Section recently as can be seen in this thread: Should ANN and services threads be excluded from the merit system ?. I don’t think we’ll change anything, but at least we blew some steam off on the matter.

The Dashboard is pretty big, so a laptop is better suited to see the amount of available information and to play around with the filters.
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July 05, 2018, 12:14:24 AM
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Can someone tell me how exactly i can earn merits im a new newbie
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July 05, 2018, 03:51:11 AM
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The signature per se should not affect chances of getting merit. Most merited members bear a signature with no issue whatsoever. Participating actively in social media campaigns that require heavy reporting and/or spamming on the forum will affect chances, as often merit is given to a post after contrasting the posters posting history. Nevertheless, that is not your case.

It’s the post’s content and placement that matters most. Some sections are way more merited than others and sub-ecosystems do exist around the forum.

I’ve looked briefly through your posting history and found nothing wrong with it. I believe that you’ve even diversified posting in multiple sections (you were more concentrated on altcoins before) after asking in Meta a month ago.

You can study forum merit stats in case they come in handy here: BitcoinTalk Merit Dashboard .

I appreciate the helpful comment. I saw a post awhile ago about someone talking about how participating in a signature bounty lowers the chances of earning merit because it shows that the user wants to do bounties, rather than providing value to the forum or something like that.


If you think his answer was helpful, why didn't you send him a merit point!! I think this is the answer to your question "treat others the way you want to be treated"

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I myself personally don't look if a member is wearing a signature or not as basis for giving them merits it is like having a personal biased on signature wearers which I don't think is right in giving merits. I also always look on the posts itself but not who is the one who post it as I don't look for their names in order not to affect if I will be sending merits or not.

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July 23, 2018, 09:18:41 AM
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I've been stuck on here trying to earn some merit. I made a helpful post here a couple weeks ago: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3949893.0 Or at least it was helpful according to the comments.

I used to make really helpful posts often. I've been doing a signature bounty for the past couple of months. Would this stop members from sending me merit? Also, what's the incentive once members do get merit to make good posts? I've seen so many 1000+ merit accounts make such useful posts with their signature bounties.

My signature bounty ends in 2 days. I'll remove my signature and see if that makes a difference.
In most cases your participation won't affect on getting merits. It mostly depends on quality and usability of your posts.

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