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November 18, 2018, 08:01:16 PM
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That is the wrong impression most ICO companies have created. Most of them even go to the extend of locking up bounty tokens for sometime before later releasing them to the hunters. Surprisingly, this does not change the dumbing situation of the market.

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November 18, 2018, 11:18:56 PM
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I would really look at the statistics of who most often drops the coin rate. It seems to me that these are small-hand investors who come for a quick profit.
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November 18, 2018, 11:48:02 PM
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this is not entirely true because these days even investors dump tokens as soon as their listed on an exchange platform. Anyway bounty hunters don't receive much of the tokens or coins anyway so why would they dump the tokens if not for some investors who per his purchase might have received bonus tokens.

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November 18, 2018, 11:48:11 PM
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Do all bounty hunters dump Cryptos after they get paid?

I believe this is not a fair assessment as a lot has to do with the crypto project itself.

Its a matter of perspective really, not all bounty hunters have the same experience or motive, some people just need an opportunity to get crypto for projects that are very difficult to get in the token sales, Example is Ncash tokens of Nucleus.Vision the project has a 1 million USD budget and it is still above ICO price even in the bear market.

Additionally some projects treat bought hunters badly which will not encourage them to stick around for much longer after they get their tokens.

I believe tokens or coins getting dumped by bounty hunters depends a lot on the project itself.
I can say confidently that not all bounty hunters dump. Some still have the spirit of holding, but do you know that investors also dump and this seem to have discouraged bounty hunters that used to be holders to also dump.

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November 18, 2018, 11:50:15 PM
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Do all bounty hunters dump Cryptos after they get paid?

I believe this is not a fair assessment as a lot has to do with the crypto project itself.

Its a matter of perspective really, not all bounty hunters have the same experience or motive, some people just need an opportunity to get crypto for projects that are very difficult to get in the token sales, Example is Ncash tokens of Nucleus.Vision the project has a 1 million USD budget and it is still above ICO price even in the bear market.

Additionally some projects treat bought hunters badly which will not encourage them to stick around for much longer after they get their tokens.

I believe tokens or coins getting dumped by bounty hunters depends a lot on the project itself.

Basically, the percentage allocated in every bounty is somehow ranging to 1% upto 2%. That is really low compared to the percentage allocated to the investors. I think the actions of the bounty hunters regarding the dumping of the cryptocurrencies are not mainly affecting the market in a very serious way.

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November 18, 2018, 11:53:12 PM
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Not all, many of us are holders.
but still, those hunters who sell their tokens immidiately dump price so hardthat it is hard to recover for it

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November 18, 2018, 11:54:46 PM
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Do all bounty hunters dump Cryptos after they get paid?

I believe this is not a fair assessment as a lot has to do with the crypto project itself.

Its a matter of perspective really, not all bounty hunters have the same experience or motive, some people just need an opportunity to get crypto for projects that are very difficult to get in the token sales, Example is Ncash tokens of Nucleus.Vision the project has a 1 million USD budget and it is still above ICO price even in the bear market.

Additionally some projects treat bought hunters badly which will not encourage them to stick around for much longer after they get their tokens.

I believe tokens or coins getting dumped by bounty hunters depends a lot on the project itself.

Not every bounty hunter dump theyre rewards after the ico,  some of them hold it depending on coin potential  but if the coin is bad they totally dump it as soon as possible.  
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November 18, 2018, 11:59:22 PM
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Do all bounty hunters dump Cryptos after they get paid?

I believe this is not a fair assessment as a lot has to do with the crypto project itself.

Its a matter of perspective really, not all bounty hunters have the same experience or motive, some people just need an opportunity to get crypto for projects that are very difficult to get in the token sales, Example is Ncash tokens of Nucleus.Vision the project has a 1 million USD budget and it is still above ICO price even in the bear market.

Additionally some projects treat bought hunters badly which will not encourage them to stick around for much longer after they get their tokens.

I believe tokens or coins getting dumped by bounty hunters depends a lot on the project itself.

Yes they always dump the coin once they receive it, some of them doesn't know how to manage their coin and they just need a profit so they sell it everytime there is a chance in the market,  I hope they chance that attitude for them to earn a good profit. 
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November 19, 2018, 01:10:58 AM
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unfortunately, the reality is that they almost immediately sell their tokens, thereby simply destroying the token just released

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December 21, 2018, 10:38:50 AM
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No,  that was not true because bounty hunters help the companies to obtained a strong security for the sake and benefit of their company and the investors as well. 
The things thst bounty hunters did is a great thing for the investors.
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January 08, 2019, 03:13:17 PM
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I think this is due to market , not bounty hunters because the percentage of tokens  for bounty hunters is very low , it's about 1% -5 % . If their project are good , I think the price will recover .
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January 08, 2019, 03:24:39 PM
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Always bounty hunters dump token i don't think this blame. But most of the hunters intention is sell first when started trade in exchange.
Also project team try to sell more coin in the first time because 30% to 40% coin holding their wallet.
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January 08, 2019, 03:28:52 PM
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This view is specifically spread by early investors. I have often seen when the price dump begins even before bounties hunters get their tokens. Accordingly, this is done purposefully to buy bounty hunter tokens at the lowest price.

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January 08, 2019, 03:33:30 PM
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Majority of bounty hunter's will sale their token after they get their reward's since they were excited to convert it into fiat and you cannot blamed them because they worked for it for a couple of months.
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January 08, 2019, 03:59:32 PM
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Why do people have such a feeling? Why are we always and everywhere to blame? This is not correct, there are people who sell immediately, I do not argue, but in general, I see no reason to do it right away, although the situations are probably different.
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January 08, 2019, 04:16:18 PM
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Even now the bounty hunter does not receive their token, but the token's price is still falling. Obviously the reason is not the bounty hunter makes the price dumped but the main reason is the market and investors
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January 08, 2019, 04:29:41 PM
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Most of them , us usually do that , because of the market situation , If the market was bullish I would have kept them but now , when the coin could collapse in any sec , I dont think im gonna keep them .

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January 08, 2019, 04:29:48 PM
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Even now the bounty hunter does not receive their token, but the token's price is still falling. Obviously the reason is not the bounty hunter makes the price dumped but the main reason is the market and investors
Well, bounty hunters also play a small role. despite the fact that now they do not receive coins, as soon as they come to them - immediately there are a lot of orders for sale on exchanges
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January 08, 2019, 04:31:19 PM
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Bounty hunters hardly get 4 to 5 %in totality of total token. So price is not decided solely on them . It is the product acceptibility in market and its utility that is affecting price. Moreover bounty hunter earned the coin after months of hard work. So they dont dump anything thats come to them

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January 08, 2019, 04:41:15 PM
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Do all bounty hunters dump Cryptos after they get paid?

I believe this is not a fair assessment as a lot has to do with the crypto project itself.

Its a matter of perspective really, not all bounty hunters have the same experience or motive, some people just need an opportunity to get crypto for projects that are very difficult to get in the token sales, Example is Ncash tokens of Nucleus.Vision the project has a 1 million USD budget and it is still above ICO price even in the bear market.

Additionally some projects treat bought hunters badly which will not encourage them to stick around for much longer after they get their tokens.

I believe tokens or coins getting dumped by bounty hunters depends a lot on the project itself.
yes because they get their tokens for free, so the current market conditions allow all bounty hunters to get the tokens to sell them immediately for fear that the price will decline again if they continue to be detained.

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