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July 04, 2018, 05:30:53 PM
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Exactly right! A lot of the newbies are just repeating the same questions over and over again, because they are too lazy to

use Google or the Search function on this forum. Most of the posting is not done because they want to ask genuine questions,

but rather to bump their post count. This will not help them at all, because none of these questions will get sMerit and they

will stay "newbies".  Roll Eyes

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July 04, 2018, 05:54:25 PM
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i believe that all learning process es become interesting only when you benefit from it.as i went through some of the messages i felt same that we get all information from various sources but only when you post a reasonable one will our ranks are increased
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July 04, 2018, 08:32:30 PM
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Well I think this is part of learning and gaining activity. But some of the newbies are only interested in gaining post count and post nonsense posts. I would suggest read the thread well and know about the crypto before you post. Also be aware of the scam coins and don't scam others.

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July 05, 2018, 02:43:40 AM
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Indeed, we wanted to rank so that we posted even in off topic.. is it wrong? I guess everyone here was wanted ranking and also "earn money"... I believed it is the reason why we are all here. -just saying
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July 05, 2018, 03:53:08 AM
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I think mainly the problem is most posts aren't really aimed at helping people but are mainly just farming merit, and in a very lowbrow kind of way.

There seem to be groups of people kind of all talking at one another and most have different agendas which make it kind of weird.

You have :

1) People just posting nonsense, raising post count to get to basic ranks so they can participate in whatever bounty.
2) You have people all competing to give the most politically correct and thoughtful answer, which is fine I guess but the responses become very ridiculous when you have 709 responses answering the questions with varying levels of political correctness, sucking up, and just unnecessary responses that are really no different for the most part... plus you end up with 50 page threads where everyone's just responding to the original post and no one's talking amongst each other.
3) Everyone else in the minority.. either trying to have an actual conversation and not succeeding or higher level members who actually are of the select few who aren't afraid to speak their mind.

The forum even if more helpful and nice lately, almost has a very android type feel to it, where everyone is just saying robotic answers and there's no actual communication going on.. feels very forced and inorganic very often.

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July 05, 2018, 11:26:05 AM
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I'm Newbie and I have join some crypto fb group. I receive a lot of messages sound like this

"You have bitcoin wallet??
You can earn up to 0.2btc in less than 3days in your wallet.
No wallet and password
No investment
Comment info"

Can I believe on this? Please advice.. thanks.
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July 05, 2018, 11:58:21 AM
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I'm Newbie and I have join some crypto fb group. I receive a lot of messages sound like this

"You have bitcoin wallet??
You can earn up to 0.2btc in less than 3days in your wallet.
No wallet and password
No investment
Comment info"

Can I believe on this? Please advice.. thanks.
Your post is conceptually off-topic, but it does illustrate to a large extent a newbies mind: get free BTC/Tokens with little to no effort. Now a newbie is not necessarily a young naïve person by definition. I was a newbie six months ago, and by no means a newbie in the real world, nor has my track here been so I believe.

What one must understand by now is that the “money doesn't grow on trees” saying can be applied here as “free crypto is not being thrown around on Bitcointalk as if you were a pole-dancer wearing a g-string” (rather sexist I know, but you get it right?). Nor in Facebook nor Telegram channels. Well, to some extent it is, but working the other way round: People often fall for very basic hoaxes performed by professional scammers that pry with no scruples on the innocence and ignorance on crypto of others.  

Having said that, one needs to grow a wary radar to everything that is announced as free with no collateral. So answering your question, the answer is a simple "No": Do not trust such announcements as they will likely reverse back on you and, without knowing how it happened, you’ll end up giving them what little crypto you may have acquired at this point in life (by facilitating your private keys, transferring crypto that they said will be returned greater in size, pump and dumps, etc.). You name it, they’ve thought of it; just don’t fall in their trap.

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July 05, 2018, 12:15:05 PM
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i honestly dont see a issue here,
everyone was a newbie at one point!
everyone has their own reason for being here and doing whatever they do
 who are we to judge the next person? "as long as it dosent into our own personal bubble"
click that is one more post for me and closer to getting out of the newbie rank!
soon a jr member ... so even i can talk shit about newbies... LOLOLOL
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July 05, 2018, 12:57:19 PM
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I have observed on this forum that almost all newbies are interested in only making money and hence ask questions related to only trading, and bounty campaigns. They also seek to increase their post counts and therefore post low quality posts all over the different boards.

I think newbies should first of all learn about Btc, cryptocurrency, and the blockchain technology as a whole and understand the dynamics in the crypto world before they venture into making money.

Newbies should use this forum basically for learning before any other thing else.
What do you also think about this??
when  you are  a  newbie  you  are prone to  doing many  things  in  the  wrong  manner. i  dont  think we  are  the  only  ones  who  are  spamming  the   entire platform some  of  the  people  with  high  ranks  are  also  doing  so.  and i  dont  thnk  spamming  is  the right  term  to  use  when  it  comes  to newbies.  we  are  just  trying  to  explore the different  discussions  taking place.  the  excitement of  being  part  of  this  community  also take  a  better parts  of  us thus  we  lose track in  the  process.
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July 05, 2018, 01:18:57 PM
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I agree with your opinion, the author. This is a problem for beginners. Many people do not want to know about the internal charms of crypto currency, blockchain and they just need to earn

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July 05, 2018, 07:16:26 PM
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I also agree with the statements of the creator of this topic. I was also a Newbie, who was not, but i sometimes have the impression that the topic names are often repeated and the same questions are being created. There is a clear need to learn about the crypto-world and the basics of it, there is very much about it on the Internet. If I remember my beginnings, i learned from various forums and very helpful to me was Mr. Google. Also, this forum has a broad dimension, so where to acquire new knowledge.
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July 05, 2018, 07:51:57 PM
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If you really want to reach higher ranks and do high-quality posts then do not post on the spam topics. Always avoid the off the topic board and what's on the topics which really help someone and I'm not been found by Google searches. This forum is supposed to help those who cannot find answers to the questions anywhere else on the internet. If you provide unique and valuable replies to a topic and also suggest them some additional information which can help them in future then those posts are considered as valuable posts and hence you will get merits on those post.

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July 05, 2018, 10:28:45 PM
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I agree with you. Newbies should learn about Cryptocurrency and bitcoins before they make posts on this forum. They should also try to share what they learn with other members on the forum.
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July 06, 2018, 01:35:39 AM
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I agree with you. Newbies should learn about Cryptocurrency and bitcoins before they make posts on this forum.
That's the reason why they are here in the forum, they want to learn more or they want to start leaning about cryptocurrency, the sad part of it is that after a few months or even days of reading, their attention is shifting to earning.

They should also try to share what they learn with other members on the forum.

You can't expect it that way when everyone just want to earn, most of the time they will share something not because they want to spread knowledge here but because there is an incentive on each post they make.

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