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October 18, 2018, 07:46:33 AM
 #401

What to do with accounts that obviously have changed hands but I have no proof.
Since it is allowed, I mean buying/selling, we have nothing to do at all. The only step can be taken by DT. We may get attention by DT, specially The Pharmacist who will paint this account. That's what we can do.

He needs a proof for sure. DTs don't throw tags based only on assumption, even if it's obvious.



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October 18, 2018, 11:36:03 AM
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He needs a proof for sure. DTs don't throw tags based only on assumption, even if it's obvious.
I have seen possibly T.P has painted one user based on changes his activities. This account is also that kinda and deserve to be painted. Otherwise, he may scam someone easily with the disguise of previous owner.

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October 19, 2018, 01:53:19 PM
Last edit: October 19, 2018, 03:56:41 PM by iasenko
 #403

Pretty sure that I have already reported this ANN before but they continue using bumping service >

  [ANN] (CCC) CONCIERGE COIN-PHASE 3 OF REWARDS STRUCTURE STARTED! +33% INCREASE Topic locked

Thanks to LoyceV we have the bots easily spotted here (see below)
I can not find one legit account till now. I've been trough the top 30.

     1. 40: chiwomchew (BPIP unchecked)
     2. 35: davidduplessis (BPIP unchecked)
     3. 31: Paul S. Brogan (BPIP unchecked)
     4. 31: homer9 (BPIP unchecked)
     5. 31: jsper (BPIP unchecked)
     6. 31: seinze2310 (BPIP unchecked)
     7. 30: Pay4Kill (BPIP unchecked)
     8. 30: Lorfo (BPIP unchecked)
     9. 30: carl67sl (BPIP unchecked)
    10. 30: chenjingtao (BPIP unchecked)
    11. 30: YukkurIFailss (BPIP unchecked)
    12. 30: fearcool1 (BPIP unchecked)
    13. 30: ldnwb2013 (BPIP unchecked)
    14. 30: giacomodp (BPIP unchecked)
    15. 29: apiujaa (BPIP unchecked)
    16. 29: fightforlife (BPIP unchecked)
    17. 29: phantomsta (BPIP unchecked)
    18. 24: learn7218 (BPIP unchecked)
    19. 23: g1obus (BPIP unchecked)
    20. 23: nhobaby (BPIP unchecked)
    21. 22: ando527 (BPIP unchecked)
    22. 19: juantopo (BPIP unchecked)
    23. 19: fotoleb (BPIP unchecked)
    24. 18: Paul9330 (BPIP unchecked)
    25. 18: caybode (BPIP unchecked)
    26. 18: lennnycoool (BPIP unchecked)
    27. 16: ledivinter (BPIP unchecked)
    28. 16: camelaT (BPIP unchecked)
    29. 14: stefaaaan (BPIP unchecked)
    30. 14: winnypetty (BPIP unchecked)
    31. 14: anandroop (BPIP unchecked)
    32. 14: Jacob0011 (BPIP unchecked)
    33. 14: pillowwitharms (BPIP unchecked)
    34. 13: ashokachu (BPIP unchecked)
    35. 13: Mottinha (BPIP unchecked)
    36. 13: TriBut22 (BPIP unchecked)
    37. 13: leochbattery (BPIP unchecked)
    38. 13: lord_demonaz (BPIP unchecked)
    39. 12: redsoleshoes99 (BPIP unchecked)
    40. 12: freeper (BPIP unchecked)
    41. 11: awsqerg (BPIP unchecked)
    42. 11: desmonddesk1 (BPIP unchecked)
    43. 11: asilim18 (BPIP unchecked)
    44. 10: todaywasyesterday (BPIP unchecked)
    45. 10: Yvette20 (BPIP unchecked)
    46. 8: EgyZz (BPIP unchecked)
    47. 8: rairoly (BPIP unchecked)
    48. 7: Crypto_Professor (BPIP unchecked)
    49. 7: heross2 (BPIP unchecked)
    50. 7: Customized769 (BPIP unchecked)
    51. 6: tirno (BPIP unchecked)
    52. 6: stu0007 (BPIP unchecked)
    53. 6: Madisha (BPIP unchecked)
    54. 6: christopherjenkins (BPIP unchecked)
    55. 6: vivenoma (BPIP unchecked)
    56. 6: givinggirl (BPIP unchecked)
    57. 6: DylGra263 (BPIP unchecked)
    58. 6: Usilight (BPIP unchecked)
    59. 5: hadesky0128 (BPIP unchecked)
    60. 5: PhilipeSabian (BPIP unchecked)
    61. 5: lork (BPIP unchecked)
    62. 5: PH- (BPIP unchecked)
    63. 4: artur.es.tl (BPIP unchecked)
    64. 4: al2o2Fe (BPIP unchecked)
    65. 4: Bell389 (BPIP unchecked)
    66. 4: ManuBBXX (BPIP unchecked)
    67. 3: Pacific10 (BPIP unchecked)
    68. 3: galahads (BPIP unchecked)
    69. 3: saoujfhe (BPIP unchecked)
    70. 3: PeggyLL (BPIP unchecked)
    71. 3: phabulu (BPIP unchecked)
    72. 3: invisinado (BPIP unchecked)
    73. 3: ekavieka (BPIP unchecked)
    74. 3: kalunomics (BPIP unchecked)
    75. 2: jona1492 (BPIP unchecked)
    76. 2: radley (BPIP unchecked)
    77. 2: rastimonac (BPIP unchecked)
    78. 2: verjiliousharry (BPIP unchecked)
    79. 2: Secretwhale (BPIP unchecked)
    80. 2: StairsGold(STG) (BPIP unchecked)
    81. 2: hsynbtc (BPIP unchecked)
    82. 2: Saeedof (BPIP unchecked)
    83. 2: seductivee (BPIP unchecked)
    84. 2: c15 (BPIP unchecked)
    85. 2: ri.coin (BPIP unchecked)
    86. 2: blackberry862 (BPIP unchecked)
    87. 2: RDPP (BPIP unchecked)
    88. 1: l10no (BPIP unchecked)
    89. 1: TropicalDog (BPIP unchecked)
    90. 1: KnyazED (BPIP unchecked)
    91. 1: cryptonitro (BPIP unchecked)
    92. 1: nugrama (BPIP unchecked)
    93. 1: Nggedebus (BPIP unchecked)
    94. 1: bitcoinclickers (BPIP unchecked)
    95. 1: Gash (BPIP unchecked)
    96. 1: luksbit (BPIP unchecked)
    97. 1: Tiky-turbo (BPIP unchecked)
    98. 1: logictense (BPIP unchecked)
    99. 1: 4gu5dr4g0n (BPIP unchecked)
   100. 1: ifyousmell (BPIP unchecked)
   101. 1: rickjames012 (BPIP unchecked)
   102. 1: Alao (BPIP unchecked)
   103. 1: Rossi46 (BPIP unchecked)
   104. 1: Hulk1997 (BPIP unchecked)
   105. 1: brownwilley (BPIP unchecked)
   106. 1: Aximetria (BPIP unchecked)
   107. 1: Altcoiner007 (BPIP unchecked)
   108. 1: masternodesPlusTeam (BPIP unchecked)
   109. 1: rockinsasa (BPIP unchecked)
   110. 1: muoidiemtoan (BPIP unchecked)
   111. 1: Biborno (BPIP unchecked)
   112. 1: Lunaluk (BPIP unchecked)
   113. 1: bignice (BPIP unchecked)
   114. 1: kisfoxs (BPIP unchecked)
   115. 1: SuicidalDemon69 (BPIP unchecked)
   116. 1: geosaral (BPIP unchecked)
   117. 1: vihaan2112 (BPIP unchecked)
   118. 1: JavarisN (BPIP unchecked)
   119. 1: dancingAce (BPIP unchecked)
   120. 1: flugence wade (BPIP unchecked)
   121. 1: KaasaLia (BPIP unchecked)
   122. 1: Chris-Pira (BPIP unchecked)
   123. 1: sunakuho (BPIP unchecked)
   124. 1: AprilHe (BPIP unchecked)
   125. 1: ghost_white7 (BPIP unchecked)
   126. 1: Catchings_Cieni (BPIP unchecked)
   127. 1: Carey Pittme (BPIP unchecked)
   128. 1: Sicstercadi (BPIP unchecked)
   129. 1: Mayweather.Chris (BPIP unchecked)
   130. 1: rebecca-pratt (BPIP unchecked)
   131. 1: Glosathagy (BPIP unchecked)
   132. 1: Lomasdisptoo (BPIP unchecked)
   133. 1: Lightaconmo (BPIP unchecked)
   134. 1: RidenourPrin (BPIP unchecked)
   135. 1: Mike_Thuss (BPIP unchecked)
   136. 1: Ramtufuncbef (BPIP unchecked)
   137. 1: shirokochi (BPIP unchecked)
   138. 1: Oishijagung (BPIP unchecked)
   139. 1: JoelFa (BPIP unchecked)
   140. 1: DavidCal (BPIP unchecked)
   141. 1: MarvinSa (BPIP unchecked)
   142. 1: bellaobella (BPIP unchecked)
   143. 1: minerops (BPIP unchecked)
   144. 1: Thishastoend (BPIP unchecked)
   145. 1: Crypto_Don (BPIP unchecked)
   146. 1: Black_Gloves (BPIP unchecked)
   147. 1: p88anne (BPIP unchecked)
   148. 1: hostmasternode-HMN (BPIP unchecked)
   149. 1: flag3934 (BPIP unchecked)
   150. 1: ayahuasca422 (BPIP unchecked)
   151. 1: Kangheri (BPIP unchecked)
   152. 1: milomeo (BPIP unchecked)
   153. 1: consideritdone (BPIP unchecked)
   154. 1: bisti (BPIP unchecked)
   155. 1: papanipapi (BPIP unchecked)
   156. 1: kalehon (BPIP unchecked)
   157. 1: saration (BPIP unchecked)
   158. 1: begau (BPIP unchecked)
   159. 1: Deviaan (BPIP unchecked)
   160. 1: CoinRanker (BPIP unchecked)
   161. 1: nolaryanArlin (BPIP unchecked)
   162. 1: Dobolen (BPIP unchecked)
   163. 1: rapi (BPIP unchecked)
   164. 1: chiyenbtre (BPIP unchecked)
   165. 1: wsterx (BPIP unchecked)
   166. 1: gjbronco (BPIP unchecked)
   167. 1: BlueWings (BPIP unchecked)
   168. 1: Kirata (BPIP unchecked)
   169. 1: Myakush (BPIP unchecked)
   170. 1: Apula (BPIP unchecked)
   171. 1: bestn58 (BPIP unchecked)
   172. 1: plpatel (BPIP unchecked)
   173. 1: wwzsocki (BPIP unchecked)
   174. 1: Milcahh (BPIP unchecked)
   175. 1: iphmp159 (BPIP unchecked)
   176. 1: niiks (BPIP unchecked)
   177. 1: regarcigar (BPIP unchecked)
   178. 1: cmmhbct (BPIP unchecked)
   179. 1: only4wow (BPIP unchecked)
   180. 1: buketoyku (BPIP unchecked)
   181. 1: anstarnet (BPIP unchecked)
   182. 1: MNRank (BPIP unchecked)
   183. 1: khanhnv6 (BPIP unchecked)
   184. 1: cryptjh (BPIP unchecked)
   185. 1: gerald232 (BPIP unchecked)
   186. 1: ndyarisya (BPIP unchecked)
   187. 1: jerry3k5jamiso1 (BPIP unchecked)
   188. 1: zee123 (BPIP unchecked)
   189. 1: whatluke (BPIP unchecked)
   190. 1: Kriptos (BPIP unchecked)
   191. 1: allfriends88 (BPIP unchecked)
   192. 1: dzkrb1966 (BPIP unchecked)
   193. 1: rembit77 (BPIP unchecked)
   194. 1: LaScuderia (BPIP unchecked)

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October 20, 2018, 05:01:25 PM
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Maybe take a look here !

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5052247.msg47088865#msg47088865

guess i found some bots or a User that use more accounts !
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October 21, 2018, 04:07:53 AM
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I don't know why my all reports have unhandled during 3 days, most of them are with 'good project'. Can any mod confirm me about that ? And obviously this kind of post always marked good. From 19-10-2018 most of reports are unhandled. Also post has not deleted. Means some others also not yet reports that.

For example :
Super project

There are more same reply has reported and unhandled.

Most likely they are using paid bumping check this thread : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5047247.360

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October 21, 2018, 07:21:48 AM
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Wth, more than. 60 posts in the Ann thread...
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3019942.700

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October 21, 2018, 01:21:35 PM
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We should introduce weekly statistics for :

- how many users were banned
- and bet once a week how many there are next week

- The one closest to you gets 2 points
- Who is exactly right gets 5 points

At 10 points you get 1 Merit!

Haha just kidding! LOL    Cheesy Cheesy Tongue
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October 22, 2018, 12:15:41 PM
 #408

We should introduce weekly statistics for :

- how many users were banned
Suchmoon already did this: [MERIT][NSFN] We're destroying more merits than we're sending. Like, way more.:
Data from two weeks ago, i.e. for a ~2-week period:
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1791 permanent bans (including nukes):
     786 Newbie
     576 Brand new (nukes I'm assuming)
     150 Member
     141 Jr. Member
      93 Full Member
      30 Sr. Member
       8 Hero Member
       6 Copper Member
       1 Legendary

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October 22, 2018, 02:06:19 PM
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I did an Snapshot on the modlog on October 21, 2018, 02:04:31 AM and saved it in a PDF file (Size 223 pages)

I just filtered from there the only Banned users out ! Dont know how long the modlog goes back or keep the logs from the Mods !

But real only Banned Accounts are 1766  for the date October 21 .
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October 22, 2018, 03:31:06 PM
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That's quite a number, I hope we can get a better statistics  with the BPIP. Vod is collecting a lot of stats.

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October 22, 2018, 03:38:25 PM
Last edit: October 22, 2018, 04:46:43 PM by suchmoon
 #411

I did an Snapshot on the modlog on October 21, 2018, 02:04:31 AM and saved it in a PDF file (Size 223 pages)

I just filtered from there the only Banned users out ! Dont know how long the modlog goes back or keep the logs from the Mods !

But real only Banned Accounts are 1766  for the date October 21 .

Modlog goes back a week.



Here is an interesting case if someone wants to get this shithead banned (warning - my report was "bad" so there's that):

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2196787;sa=showPosts

For example:

I have engaged the altcoins environment no less than two years and my experience tells that pump and dumps many times correlate to dollar movements started by ICOs which require fiat expenses

I have been in the bitcoin situation during a few years and my observations tells that those valleys often are connected to US dollar cashing carried out by ICOs which require paying money.

I have followed the altcoins scene at least for two years and my reason indicates that pump and dumps most times relate to US dollar trends initiated by ICOs which look for fiat expenses

Same shit, different toilet, right?

If that's not enough there's this banned user:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2189451;sa=showPosts;start=40

I have been involved the tokens movements during 15 months and my knowledge suggests that up and downs most times relate to bitcoin sales committed by teams which look for fiat for running costs.

I have followed the altcoins scene at least for two years and my reason indicates that pump and dumps most times relate to US dollar trends initiated by ICOs which look for fiat expenses

I have seen the bitcoin scene for two years and my judgement indicates that rise and falls frequently are connected to dollar trends commited by ICOs which require paying costs.

So there's plagiarism.

Perhaps searching on those phrases would reveal more users.

Edit - a few more that I already reported so they may or may not be banned but they hit the same patterns:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2245998;sa=showPosts
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October 22, 2018, 06:32:29 PM
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So you got "bad" reports on those shitposters, I got a good report on a Legendary plagiarism case, but the guy didn't get banned til now.

I don't know what is going on but I seems like the mods are changing the old strict behaviour with a more liberal one.

Maybe they got some new instructions from theymos. Reading his last post regards the merit and DTs is a bit of a changer ...

Well, it appears that your source merit either wasn't upped to 250 a month ago like me, or you are just letting it expire. Theymos gave me instructions to try and do my best to distribute all of it. I'm doing the best that I can; yet have already had complaints. I really despise this statistic. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;stats=topsendban Now I am on the list that appears to point out merit abuse suspects. I was originally very honored to become a merit source. But now I feel that my reputation is at stake with every single merit that I am obligated to distribute. I know that I only have black trust at the moment. However, I keep checking my trust rating to make sure some DT member doesn't decide to red tag me because they feel that I am being "abusive" or derelict in my duty.

If they complain about amounts, tell them to complain to me. It's best if sources try to exhaust their source allocations, even if it means giving posts higher amounts than is typical. If you have 150 source merit and you only see 3 merit-worthy posts in a month, then I'd rather you over-give each of them 50 merit than let the merit expire. That way there are more people capable of sending merit, and the "merit economy" is less top-down.

If a DT member tags you for something stupid involving merit (ie. probably anything less than selling merit), then they're not going to be a DT member for much longer.

Aside from that, if people complain about whether things deserve merit at all, then that's something to perhaps think about, but if you conclude that they're wrong, then that's that. You don't need to stress about it or defend yourself constantly. It's conceivable that someday you and I will end up disagreeing too much about this stuff and I'll remove your source status, but it's really not a big deal.

The topsendban list is just a first indication of abuse, and many excellent people are on it. Your place on there acts as a sort of benchmark: eg. chandra12 has a similar score there, but whereas you are an extremely active merit-giver with a diverse selection of posts merited (most of which anyone would agree with), chandra12 only has two large merit sends. His behavior in comparison to yours while having a similar topsendban score is what creates a strong abuse impression.

I appreciate the work of you and other sources who take it seriously!

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October 22, 2018, 06:59:58 PM
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So you got "bad" reports on those shitposters, I got a good report on a Legendary plagiarism case, but the guy didn't get banned til now.

I don't know what is going on but I seems like the mods are changing the old strict behaviour with a more liberal one.

I don't think there is much change, some bans just take time and some just slip through. If you find another plagiarised post - report again. Or find another Legendary to point your fury at Smiley

Also might be partially my fault. I've been reporting a lot of posts lately while testing my antipasta script so there is probably quite a bit of backlog for the few global mods.

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October 23, 2018, 07:56:52 AM
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I don't think there is much change, some bans just take time and some just slip through. If you find another plagiarised post - report again. Or find another Legendary to point your fury at Smiley

Also might be partially my fault. I've been reporting a lot of posts lately while testing my antipasta script so there is probably quite a bit of backlog for the few global mods.

I guess I'll dig a little more and find more evidence, so we gonna see what happens.


Another case, this time is not a Legend, just a Jr. coming closer to Member I was about to give merit to but some of the posts are a bit suspicious. I really hope he wrote them based on his knowledge and not the ability to copy/spin/paste the text.

I try searching for phrases but didn't find anything similar, maybe someone can give it a try.

Scalability is a word that should most likely have come across on our journey into cryptocurrency.

Scalability is the ability of a system to conviniently expand and accommodate growth and increase in scale


A basic example would be the human stomach, it's an organ that comfortably expands to accommodate as much food as we can take in, and never does it get to point that stomach all the way to oesophagus gets filled and we can take in no more.

Scalability issue is faced in may technologies and businesses and it comes in different forms and the blockchain technology, more specifically, the bitcoin blockchain technology, is not an exception.

Unlike the human system which disposes of food as waste, every transaction made on the blockchain is stored on the system.
Bitcoin transactions operate on a POW algorithm and are confirmed by miners, who compete individually for the confirmation of the next block in the chain until the transaction is completed. The block size is 1MB, and that's the amount of transactions that can be stored in it.

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Bitcoin has evolved on different frontiers over the years; project development, value, public opinion, government interest, and of course there's the nay sayers constantly puzzled while it's still existing and always predicting it's end.

Early days (2009 - 2010)
Bitcoin did not always receive this attention, it was launched in January of 2009, by Satoshi Nakamoto  few months after the domain name bitcointalk.org was registered. Most of its users then we're tech inclined individuals some who did it for fun as a hobby


Bitcoin had it's first ROI in mid 2010 as it gained parity with the USD. After then it experienced a steady rise in users and the community started to grow. The first major setback came in August  2010 when an error in the system which allows users bypass economic restrictions was exploited and 184 bitcoins was generated.

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Here he mentioned only one source >

Bitcoin is often referred to as a currency. And the general name 'cryptocurrency' giving to all digital assets presents them as currencies although having a deeper meaning, hence cryptic currencies

~snip~

What are the limitations of bitcoin?

Bitcoin as a payment option faces a huge problems in government restrictions, adoption limitations and scalability.
With its tps being in the range of 3.3 to 7 transactions per second it can hardly compete with government controlled forms of transactions like VISA with an average of 47,000 tps.
But bitcoin was not created to compete but rather serve as an alternative to fiat currencies (and maybe commodity money also) and give users total control over their assets. Though with such a growing community there has been lots of suggestions on how to tackle the scale limitations. And many propositions this far, such as hardforks and  Segregated witness, popularly called segwit https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/wiki/Amp/Segregated_Witness
Bitcoin Cash which was launched last year increased a blocksize to 7MB. There is still yet to be a consensus to approve Segwit.

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October 23, 2018, 12:45:05 PM
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Another case, this time is not a Legend, just a Jr. coming closer to Member I was about to give merit to but some of the posts are a bit suspicious. I really hope he wrote them based on his knowledge and not the ability to copy/spin/paste the text.

I've seen this user. Sounds genuine to me but I'll dig around.

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October 24, 2018, 09:34:03 PM
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Another case, this time is not a Legend, just a Jr. coming closer to Member I was about to give merit to but some of the posts are a bit suspicious. I really hope he wrote them based on his knowledge and not the ability to copy/spin/paste the text.

I've seen this user. Sounds genuine to me but I'll dig around.

I gave him 1 merit today for one good post, better to give it away to someone that have 4-5 good posts than to keep it unspent.



Here is the worst bot bumping thread I've ever seen ...

[ANN] 🎲 AZART 🎲 | Algo X11 | PoW+Masternodes | L-PoW | Governance | Funding

@LoyceV I'll need a list of all the accounts, seems like many are multiposting  there.

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October 24, 2018, 09:55:15 PM
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Here is the worst bot bumping thread I've ever seen ...
I've seen much worse than that, it has only 23 pages.

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Here you go:
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     2. 22: romankosoj (BPIP unchecked)
     3. 17: stas45 (BPIP unchecked)
     4. 14: krustyzdraste (BPIP unchecked)
     5. 14: currency national (BPIP unchecked)
     6. 14: dimaklmn1 (BPIP unchecked)
     7. 12: AmaHustle (BPIP unchecked)
     8. 10: H2Oneimar (BPIP unchecked)
     9. 9: kurbeks (BPIP unchecked)
    10. 7: WuAndre777 (BPIP unchecked)
    11. 7: Rob1488 (BPIP unchecked)
    12. 6: kingcolex (BPIP unchecked)
    13. 5: fruw2hurry (BPIP unchecked)
    14. 5: Support_AzartPay (BPIP unchecked)
    15. 4: Tolynkuzma (BPIP unchecked)
    16. 3: thiec (BPIP unchecked)
    17. 3: AltcoinCash (BPIP unchecked)
    18. 3: wedgenix (BPIP unchecked)
    19. 3: TheRaster (BPIP unchecked)
    20. 3: Kasperiko (BPIP unchecked)
    21. 2: materazi (BPIP unchecked)
    22. 2: bitcoinminingYT (BPIP unchecked)
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    24. 2: traphaco (BPIP unchecked)
    25. 2: odedgoro (BPIP unchecked)
    26. 2: Drakzero (BPIP unchecked)
    27. 2: Cooperto (BPIP unchecked)
    28. 2: iphmp159 (BPIP unchecked)
    29. 2: altcoinix (BPIP unchecked)
    30. 2: klucho (BPIP unchecked)
    31. 2: Miguelpt (BPIP unchecked)
    32. 2: FreakCoder (BPIP unchecked)
    33. 1: amis5818 (BPIP unchecked)
    34. 1: VitaliyCryptor (BPIP unchecked)
    35. 1: cattano (BPIP unchecked)
    36. 1: kumarshashy94 (BPIP unchecked)
    37. 1: sashadoc (BPIP unchecked)
    38. 1: bozton (BPIP unchecked)
    39. 1: CEOKEY (BPIP unchecked)
    40. 1: PlutoVYS (BPIP unchecked)
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    42. 1: user0000001 (BPIP unchecked)
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    45. 1: chrysophylax (BPIP unchecked)
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    56. 1: Schenonspoutan (BPIP unchecked)
    57. 1: lund-todd (BPIP unchecked)
    58. 1: uExchange (BPIP unchecked)
    59. 1: Froshundsubi (BPIP unchecked)
    60. 1: jyojashu (BPIP unchecked)
    61. 1: nyuon christopher (BPIP unchecked)
    62. 1: Weaver_Scir (BPIP unchecked)
    63. 1: Kitti John (BPIP unchecked)
    64. 1: Liopralacir (BPIP unchecked)
    65. 1: Castluccom (BPIP unchecked)
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    67. 1: Suerte (BPIP unchecked)
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    71. 1: logan1600 (BPIP unchecked)
    72. 1: crackfoo (BPIP unchecked)
    73. 1: tnthash.fun (BPIP unchecked)
    74. 1: FrankGebaili (BPIP unchecked)
    75. 1: MaracaCrypto (BPIP unchecked)
    76. 1: erzascalet (BPIP unchecked)
    77. 1: toogoody (BPIP unchecked)
    78. 1: Christerb (BPIP unchecked)
    79. 1: qemudev (BPIP unchecked)
    80. 1: spiritobiker68 (BPIP unchecked)
    81. 1: indevor (BPIP unchecked)
    82. 1: hudyakoff (BPIP unchecked)
    83. 1: CarpeCrypto (BPIP unchecked)
    84. 1: Acidtales (BPIP unchecked)
    85. 1: charlesb06 (BPIP unchecked)
    86. 1: Firefox Italy (BPIP unchecked)
    87. 1: enginsev (BPIP unchecked)
    88. 1: coolisbad2018 (BPIP unchecked)
    89. 1: CoinRanker (BPIP unchecked)
    90. 1: birdie_ale (BPIP unchecked)
    91. 1: pljeskavica (BPIP unchecked)
    92. 1: protopool.net (BPIP unchecked)
    93. 1: Smollett945 (BPIP unchecked)
    94. 1: Beahelm (BPIP unchecked)
    95. 1: Ken-san (BPIP unchecked)
    96. 1: Xalia (BPIP unchecked)
    97. 1: themen1260 (BPIP unchecked)
    98. 1: Rowane (BPIP unchecked)
    99. 1: fonero_support (BPIP unchecked)
   100. 1: tocacyy (BPIP unchecked)
   101. 1: barkbay (BPIP unchecked)
   102. 1: senthir12 (BPIP unchecked)
   103. 1: flexmankz (BPIP unchecked)
   104. 1: softwork-LuckyGames (BPIP unchecked)
   105. 1: ZUTEN12000 (BPIP unchecked)
   106. 1: DavidDuc (BPIP unchecked)
   107. 1: cryptoroland (BPIP unchecked)
   108. 1: Blockmunch (BPIP unchecked)
   109. 1: cod3gen (BPIP unchecked)
   110. 1: Kula (BPIP unchecked)
   111. 1: murgut (BPIP unchecked)
   112. 1: genthefirst (BPIP unchecked)
   113. 1: bxxxGooDxxxd (BPIP unchecked)
   114. 1: Alex-007 (BPIP unchecked)
   115. 1: Supercoiner111 (BPIP unchecked)
   116. 1: toyo87 (BPIP unchecked)

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October 24, 2018, 11:03:12 PM
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Here is the worst bot bumping thread I've ever seen ...
I've seen much worse than that, it has only 23 pages.
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I mean the contents is really bad mostly automatically translated, it's not a big thread for sure.

Thank for the list

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Testing for my collection of homographs: In 18 hours, 931 out of 30k posts are homograph attacks. And I'm pretty sure I didn't catch them all (from my limited search phrases).
I like how there isn't a single homograph outside of Alternate cryptocurrencies. That alone is evidence these are all bump bots. It would be nice to ban them all!
I haven't sorted the data any further yet, so the same spammers are probably in this list many times. This is the first big result from my "recent" downloads (UPDATE: this list contains many duplicates!):

Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][BTCS] Bitcoin Supreme - ⚡⚡AIRDROPS⚡⚡ ★ 15% POS ★ Anonymity ★ NO ICO

so this project and all of its "users" need to be banned?Huh I'm lost! I have posted here and you posting this is telling me to just piss off! How are we supposes to learn about new alts. Now from my understanding is you want to do a way with alts. Has the project dev. Bitcoin.Supreme been banned?

Please educate me

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Last edit: October 25, 2018, 07:17:09 AM by iasenko
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so this project and all of its "users" need to be banned?Huh I'm lost! I have posted here and you posting this is telling me to just piss off! How are we supposes to learn about new alts. Now from my understanding is you want to do a way with alts. Has the project dev. Bitcoin.Supreme been banned?

Please educate me

It is very simple, if you have posted your own content without copy/pasting or replacing characters with a homograph ones (see for reference here) then you are on  the safe side. Not all users posting in a specific thread are going to be banned, just those who break the rules.
Another thing, if you see your name in a list here this doesn't you are guilty for something, no. We make lists with potential spamming users for a manual review, but there were people like theymos, Welsh, LoyceV, even I was on a few lists, it's just an automatically collected raw data, which we process manually.



Look what I found in the Bounty section :



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... one more popped up while I was typing Cheesy

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