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July 25, 2018, 07:43:30 PM
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Give it a break will you.  This was bound to happen.  Just the fact that it's above $7500 should be good for you.
Wait until it breaks passed $10,000 and goes higher.
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July 26, 2018, 03:43:46 AM
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Give it a break will you.  This was bound to happen.  Just the fact that it's above $7500 should be good for you.
Wait until it breaks passed $10,000 and goes higher.
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And now it is above $8000. So much of movement in such less time is a proof that all hope is not lost. The forum is also doing fine.
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July 26, 2018, 04:33:54 AM
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Introduction of merit system on the forum have reduced the number of shit posts as well as newbies and multiple account makers.
Eh?  That's not what I've been seeing.  You'd think this should be the case, but idiots are still finding plenty of bounty work that's not dependent on rank (or even a clean trust score).  As long as those opportunities exist, we're still going to have the spam problem, which we currently have up the wazoo.

More than 50% people on this forum are here not to learn and stay updated but to make posts and earn through campaigns.
Lol.  Not only is it more than 50%, it's probably well into the 9X%.

Also reduction in good signature campaigns nowadays has sent the crowd away from the forum.
I think there has been fewer signature campaigns--legitimate ones that pay in bitcoin--but look at the average shitposter's signature space.  Chances are he's advertising some shady ICO from the altcoin section.  And in addition to spamming bitcointalk, he's probably spamming Facebook and Twitter as well.  I'm not sure how effective the social media spamming is, but it seems like it shouldn't be if you have real followers.  I would unfriend in a heartbeat anyone constantly posting ICO advertising, and there's no way I'd follow anyone on Twitter who did the same.

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July 26, 2018, 01:27:16 PM
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Introduction of merit system on the forum have reduced the number of shit posts as well as newbies and multiple account makers.
Nah, its not reduced the amount of spam that's being made. Its just not being rewarded like it used to with the old activity, and ranking up system. The merit system hasn't really reduced anything other than the amount of shit posters ranking up.

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July 26, 2018, 02:13:32 PM
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Give it a break will you.  This was bound to happen.  Just the fact that it's above $7500 should be good for you.
Wait until it breaks passed $10,000 and goes higher.
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People who can't tell the difference between BCT and BTC are also laughed at.

My perception is that, in terms of meaningful discussion, the forum is dead on its feet.
Gross Alexa visitor figures will no doubt be increasing, solely due to the vast quantity of ICO/shitcoin/shittoken related posting and bounty claiming.
With some Airdrop/Bounty threads running to 100 + pages and [ANN] threads a training ground for spam, BCT has effectively morphed into a free back office for scammers.

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July 26, 2018, 03:11:31 PM
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There will be ups and downs to number of forum users depending on current crypto situation. Nothing to worry about .
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July 26, 2018, 06:11:17 PM
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Lol.  Not only is it more than 50%, it's probably well into the 9X%.
I think 9x% is way too much Wink i think its just around 8x% some people here are just too quiet they don't bother themselves from getting their names to be one of those bastards spamming around here.
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I think there has been fewer signature campaigns--legitimate ones that pay in bitcoin-
Well, you're right, there has been less campaigns nowadays, and even good ICOs to support. I guess that will be it. It will take some time before new ones go pop up in the internet, I think?
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-but look at the average shitposter's signature space.  Chances are he's advertising some shady ICO from the altcoin section.
Totally, I've been seeing those from the Jr. Members of these forum. At first, I thought it was from the campaigns but it was too short unlike the REAL signatures from the campaigns.

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The merit system hasn't really reduced anything other than the amount of shit posters ranking up.
I guess you're right, but the fact the spammed messages are being reduced by the mods, with the high number of spammers, its getting useless.

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July 27, 2018, 08:03:19 AM
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I agree, I have seen that activity is reduced on this forum. May be because of less demand of BTC due to price crash.
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