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July 27, 2018, 07:10:08 PM
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Guys what is merit . And how to get . Can newbie get merit?
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July 27, 2018, 07:24:33 PM
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FAQ: Everything you need to know about forum 'activity, account ranks and merit

Merit is another requirement for ranking up your account. You can reach Jr. Member without the use of merit, but you will need it on order to reach higher ranks.

For you to get merits; you must make a quality topic or post, and if a reader or a merit source is satisfied with the content, you will likely to gain merit.

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July 27, 2018, 07:39:10 PM
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this is evry thing about Merit

What is Merit?

Merit is a new system created in order to reward quality contributions to the forum. Now to rise through ranks you will also need to acquire Merit in addition to Activity.

How do I receive merit?

You are awarded merit by people of the community if they find your post helpful or informative.

How do I send Merit?

There is a +Merit button at the top right of every post. To give merit click on it and follow the instructions.

What is the difference between Merit and sMerit?

There are two types of Merit. You cannot send your merits, just sMerit. For every Merit you receive you will have 0.5 spendable merit to reward posts as you see fit.

Can I ask for merit?

There is no need to do this and this behaviour is usually seen as 'merit begging' which is frowned upon by the community and may lead to you receiving negative feedback. Keep making quality, constructive posts and you will surely be rewarded over time.

Can I sell merit?

Selling merit is disallowed.

Can I give merit to my alt accounts?

No, this is frowned upon and will almost certainly lead to you receiving negative feedback if discovered.

Can I be demerited or lose merit?

No, not currently. Even if your post is removed the merit will still stay.

What is a merit source?

There are a certain number of special Merit sources who receive additional amounts of merit to give away. The list is not publicly available but is know to Staff.

How do I become a merit source?

As per theymos' instructions:
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July 27, 2018, 07:53:08 PM
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Guys what is merit . And how to get . Can newbie get merit?

Merit is a new reward system for getting a new rank. To improve the quality of writing posts introduced a new system of merit and it works fine. All you need to get it is to write quality posts that will be of interest to readers of the forum. For a well written post you will get the merit.
Read more here. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2818350.0
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July 27, 2018, 08:44:06 PM
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I have translated an ANN post (bounty)...can i as a newbie post it here on it's own thread (if that's the correct term)?
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Now why on earth would want to post an Ann/bounty translation here? Whatever benefit the translation entails for you is between yourself and whoever asked you to translate it. The translation will in any case need to be placed in the appropriate section and language, and if misplaced will be deleted by moderators is spotted or reported.

A translation of the kind does not constitute a credential that postulates for merits. You will have have helped the ICO, but that’s about it.

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