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October 28, 2018, 02:44:48 PM
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It does not bring anything to the ICO investors, when the price drops. They are only losing their funds. But if the bounty hunters are selling their coins below the ICO price, they aren't making loses, they just earning not so much at the end.

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October 28, 2018, 02:50:04 PM
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I believe that this is bounty hunters, because they are afraid of scamming or price dumping. Usually, dev`s tokens are locked

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October 28, 2018, 02:51:01 PM
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It does not bring anything to the ICO investors, when the price drops. They are only losing their funds. But if the bounty hunters are selling their coins below the ICO price, they aren't making loses, they just earning not so much at the end.

Doesn't matter - there are stupid ICO investors just like there are stupid bounty-hunters dumping their coins/tokens below the ICO-price.
Bounty hunters also don't benefit from a dropping price or do you think they enjoy wasting their time just to dump ICOs?
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October 28, 2018, 02:55:23 PM
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But as far as I remember, the bounty hunters has a low overall percentage when in comes of collective funds on ICO? So they will not affect too much, unless the investors start to dump the real product itself.
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October 28, 2018, 02:59:40 PM
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It does not bring anything to the ICO investors, when the price drops. They are only losing their funds. But if the bounty hunters are selling their coins below the ICO price, they aren't making loses, they just earning not so much at the end.

Doesn't matter - there are stupid ICO investors just like there are stupid bounty-hunters dumping their coins/tokens below the ICO-price.
Bounty hunters also don't benefit from a dropping price or do you think they enjoy wasting their time just to dump ICOs?
it seems like I look more like opinion. I think that they both affect the price of the dump when the market opens. and the interest of new investors who want to buy the token is small and that's where the role of the developer that should appear in terms of expanding their project to crypto users is out there.



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October 28, 2018, 03:03:26 PM
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Its so sad when we have been made to believe its bounty hunters who dump their bounty tokens immediately after ICO and so devalue the coins on the market. Because of this notion, project managers these days try to delay bounty rewards while some even go ahead to give small rewards so that the actions of bounty hunters will not affect the price of their coins. Now I participated in this bounty and we were paid late as usual. We went to the market and realized the price was already down, even below the ICO price. So who caused it ? I think we should have a second look at this issue. Don't you think its the investors who get bonuses during the ICO who try to dump their bonuses for profit and not the bounty hunters as we have been made to believe?. Let me hear your opinions guys
it doesn't matter who the cause is, but indeed ico is not able to compete with other coins in the market, let alone the market is currently very unfavorable for us, well, just advice, after following the bounty, you can hold it until the price of ico is equal or close to the rate during the campaign

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October 28, 2018, 03:07:43 PM
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Its so sad when we have been made to believe its bounty hunters who dump their bounty tokens immediately after ICO and so devalue the coins on the market. Because of this notion, project managers these days try to delay bounty rewards while some even go ahead to give small rewards so that the actions of bounty hunters will not affect the price of their coins. Now I participated in this bounty and we were paid late as usual. We went to the market and realized the price was already down, even below the ICO price. So who caused it ? I think we should have a second look at this issue. Don't you think its the investors who get bonuses during the ICO who try to dump their bonuses for profit and not the bounty hunters as we have been made to believe?. Let me hear your opinions guys
it doesn't matter who the cause is, but indeed ico is not able to compete with other coins in the market, let alone the market is currently very unfavorable for us, well, just advice, after following the bounty, you can hold it until the price of ico is equal or close to the rate during the campaign
It is advisable if project is really active in many ways, such as road show, seminar and transparently doing the fast development of the project. But if not, there will be no hodl for sure. Because the uncertainty of this crypto market is too high than the other market.

More or less, this is case to case basis...
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October 28, 2018, 03:11:04 PM
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I think both if the ICO investor already got a good bonus out of buying tokens at the ICO. When there is a chance to make easy profit people usually take it so if they like the project they can buy cheaper later.
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October 28, 2018, 03:20:57 PM
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who really dumps the token is difficult to answer. it is either investors who may want to buy cheap coins through the dump or the ico operators themselves dump a part of the unsold token. there are also bounty hunters who also dump their tokens right away. there are many ways to be responsible for a dump. so it is hard to say who really does it.
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October 28, 2018, 03:23:09 PM
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And those and others,as among investors there is too cunning did Bautista,I think what he was going to merge quickly the rate will fall others will begin to drain,and he bought very well,these are the thoughts and porazhdaet the panic and low prices on the market,because of these people! just now such a market is still that others are also beginning to think received tokens and urgently drain them until other prices are lowered,and it does not what will not work

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October 28, 2018, 03:25:23 PM
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ICO investors are the ones who are getting the tokens first,then those bounty hunters lets say both are dumping the prices? would it effect the value ? yes and no because if the team has backup plan with these situations the value wont get dumped fast.This is so normal to our market,all people wants to get profits,make money fast thats why we need to go with the flow so that we wont get hurt when the market dumps.
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October 28, 2018, 03:26:58 PM
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Why would investors sell coins cheaper than they bought on pre-sale? This is at least illogical. I think that the coins sell large holders who had large discounts for large purchases, but what sells Bautista this course generally has no influence
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October 28, 2018, 03:29:09 PM
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I've seen both dumping coins. Bounty hunters dumped tokens but early investors dumped as well while bounty tokens were locked.
1-3% isn't that much,so don't blame on bounty participants

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October 28, 2018, 03:29:26 PM
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I think both have equal parts in dumping of the project. Most persons from bounty hunters including me try to sell when we get our tokens or coins and when it listed at any exchange as there is a chance that in this continued down market, there will be 90% chance that the awarded tokens or coins will be almost de-valued after some time or almost at very, very less price, so we tried to sell them as early as possible leading to dumping price of coin.

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October 28, 2018, 03:30:24 PM
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The bounty typically doesn't get distributed until after Investors have received tokens and can trade them.

The dump happens from the Pre-ICO or private sale investors because they get massive deals. Like 200% bonus or some crap like that.
A lot of these projects give big bonuses to early investors and then they instant dump for a quick profit, leaving anyone who bought during ICO a complete loser...  Thats why ICO investing right now is a bad idea.

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October 28, 2018, 03:32:49 PM
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There is already a proven option, of course investors. Because it is very simple when bounty hunters do not pay anything at all and in this case bounty hunters do not take part in the bidding at all. Therefore, I hope that all the same people will change their opinion.
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October 28, 2018, 03:37:37 PM
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I believe that pre-sale investors dump coins so early once it hit the exchange. Bounty hunters too do the same

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October 28, 2018, 06:52:30 PM
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Practice shows that there is no difference, since there were quite a lot of projects where tokens were first distributed to investors and they just as immediately put orders, just as the bounty hunters do. Of course it is worth noting that so do not all investors and not all hunters.

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October 28, 2018, 07:05:27 PM
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It is sad that most project managers have made us to believe that bounty hunters are the real dumpers of which they are not. Let's be sincere here, i still think the real dumpers are Private Investors who get plenty of bonuses attached to their investments. I think that is what most individuals do this days, get in any potential project as private investors, take the risk, buy the token, get the bonus attached to it and even if they sell at a very low rate let say /10 of crowd sale price they will still get their investment back as well as their profits. There are so many projects in the space that go through this and the it is almost impossible for the developers to have control over it. Take for Instance project like Bitnautic, Uchain that did -250% ICO price without any hunters having access to the token because they refuse to distribute till after about 1 month plus after listing in exchange. Investors dumped those tokens and left nothing for hunter to dump.
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October 28, 2018, 10:48:44 PM
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Its so sad when we have been made to believe its bounty hunters who dump their bounty tokens immediately after ICO and so devalue the coins on the market. Because of this notion, project managers these days try to delay bounty rewards while some even go ahead to give small rewards so that the actions of hand we were paid late as usual. We went to the market and realized the price was already down, even below the ICO price. So who caused it ? I think we should have a second look at this issue. Don't you think its the investors who get bonuses during the ICO who try to dump their bonuses for profit and not the bounty hunters as we have been made to believe?. Let me hear your opinions guys
I do not know why some people just choose to blame bounty hunters for every dump that is done. I have seen lots of coins that got dumped despite bounty hunters not being paid. I participated in a project that has not been listed and bounty hunters have not been paid, but could you believe that it has already been dumped on DEX. The price has reduced by almost x50 the ICO  price.
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