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September 04, 2018, 03:31:08 PM
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Eliminating posting requirements is not a good solution as it has a bad effect on the bounty campaign promotion itself
Yes, it's the posts with poor qualities should be eliminated.

What I see is to have a more disciplined bounty manager as not all managers are capable of moderating all the people that are accepted in their campaign. If we want to see less spam this managers must boot out the spammers in their campaign and they can do it by actively seeing who is posting well or not.
Maybe requiring bounty managers to only have a limit of campaign participants upto what he/she or his/her team can manage to monitor closely. While participants will require to not leave until the campaign is closed, so everyone will still have a chance to join new campaigns.

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September 04, 2018, 04:01:18 PM
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Eliminating posting requirements is not a good solution as it has a bad effect on the bounty campaign promotion itself, they might even be less bounty campaigns if that happens. What I see is to have a more disciplined bounty manager as not all managers are capable of moderating all the people that are accepted in their campaign, they act like once they are in all their job now is to see if their post count has met the requirements for that week. If we want to see less spam this managers must boot out the spammers in their campaign and they can do it by actively seeing who is posting well or not.

The corruption is in this being monetary itself. Something that involves management of so much money per week can be tempting for some managers. Even all the current existing good mangers will not be enough to handle sudden increase in demand of campaigns paying.

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September 04, 2018, 09:31:15 PM
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Today I am reported few accounts who's posted weekly report even if the campaign manager did not ask for it from participants. I am waiting to see how it will be solved.

Remember that if the messages you will find are posted in a limited period of time and that if they even have the same form (obviously not required by the bounty manager who only asks for reports via spreadsheet), most probably are bot and they are abusing with also multiaccount.
If you want post here accounts, if you find this pattern or even for DM and I will help you with the hunt.

Now, this my reports solved as a good report.

If you want to catch probably automated and  multi accounts, check here:

User: abandons@mail.ru and abadines@mail.ru
Obviously the same owner of both account.
There is a proof: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2363994.1200 Campaign finished six months ago, they still try to participate.
Also on this page users: Aleksandr Kolmogorov and SuperRodrigoBR

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September 04, 2018, 10:41:02 PM
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User: abandons@mail.ru and abadines@mail.ru
Obviously the same owner of both account.
There is a proof: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2363994.1200 Campaign finished six months ago, they still try to participate.
Also on this page users: Aleksandr Kolmogorov and SuperRodrigoBR

The problim with those account is simple and can't be solved.
They are newbie accounts, wiht few posts and they change ETH address every campaing, is a nightmare to find the main account.

Also if we look at SuperRodrigoBR https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2294456;sa=showPosts
we can find those address

Code:
0x91D8f2e4hjdEC122568f4c2cd5D14a362glk561F
0x338a332148ed669b5a74cb26c270a453f085d3
0xCd332c24rhehBfa3A9d658D2F33Aheh2eF5689
0xF1E004fd2b399c790170aA6Ea6A1d6E8284038


... and going on, every single address do not exist on the eth's blokchain!

For this reason I guess they are bumping bots who bump the thread with fake datas.


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