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August 15, 2018, 05:48:08 AM
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Few days ago, Theymos suggested to give 2 option to user while joining the forum.

1. I am here for learning.
2. I am here for bounties/earning


I think if user chooses option 1, message will be displayed as below.
"Welcome to bitcointalk"

If user chooses option2. Then he will re directed to Moon forum.

Wow , It is really nice, They give option to Theymos.

I seriously doubt if people are going to be honest about their choice. Why would you opt for option 2 and then miss out on the wealth of information that are provided on this forum and also the bounties that are available here? <Source?>

A site like Bitcointalk.org is successful because it offers a balance between good quality content and very high activity levels. The high concentration of users and the return traffic is what advertisers are looking for. Why would Theymos re-direct valuable traffic to a competitor forum?

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August 15, 2018, 10:11:28 AM
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Is there an easy way for new people to make money from bounty hunting projects?
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