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May 27, 2019, 02:24:27 PM
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Don't want to go off topic here Loyce, so feel free to delete this post if you like (I won't take offense).

I'm kind of disappointed this thread seems to have turned in to a sort of communal report your own posts type merit giveaway thread. When it started, it was people coming across genuinely good and non merited posts and linking them here because they had no merits of their own to give. Now it is largely people just linking their own posts, some of which are barely a few hours old and many of which have already been merited.

How would you feel about a "no self posts" rule? There are plenty of other merit giveaway threads across the forum you can report your own posts in.

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May 27, 2019, 04:11:29 PM
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How would you feel about a "no self posts" rule? There are plenty of other merit giveaway threads across the forum you can report your own posts in.

I agree with this idea, i lost interest with this thread after most reported posts are either made by reporters or in foreign language.

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May 27, 2019, 05:36:05 PM
Last edit: May 28, 2019, 07:03:53 AM by LoyceV
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How would you feel about a "no self posts" rule?
I don't really want to stop users from reporting their own good post, as I believe there are (some) users who's posts are really overlooked by Merit sources.

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I'm kind of disappointed this thread seems to have turned in to a sort of communal report your own posts type merit giveaway thread. When it started, it was people coming across genuinely good and non merited posts and linking them here because they had no merits of their own to give. Now it is largely people just linking their own posts, some of which are barely a few hours old and many of which have already been merited.
I'll keep track (starting now): if there are no unmerited good posts left that get reported by other users because they're out of sMerit, that means this thread has served it's purpose.
I'll give it a few weeks to see what happens.

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May 28, 2019, 03:20:19 AM
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This Post brought me here, I see that there isn't a lot of action going on here, allow me to point something out from my personal point of view, which could very likely be the same for some other members.

The report format is a "bit" of work , i feel bad saying this, but it really is a bit annoying and time consuming, i know you need the topic to look neat and that the format makes it easy for merit sources, but I don't tend to want to spend the time doing all that instead of simply posting the post/topic link, at the same time , i don't want to be the only person who doesn't follow the format.

After all this is a voluntary work,IMO it should be done with minimal efforts for it to survive, sorry if this is a bit off-topic.

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May 28, 2019, 03:06:47 PM
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The report format is a "bit" of work

Even though i'm the one who suggest report format, i agree with your opinion. At first i didn't have problem, but i feel inconvenience when report many posts.

How about this format? No more add post's title which sometimes not helpful and most fields are optional.

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[url]https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1234.msg1234#1234[/url]
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Category : <optional, but either description or category must exist>
Section : <optional>

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May 28, 2019, 05:38:18 PM
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@mikeywith @ETFbitcoin: I made it a bit more "optional" and took something in between ETFbitcoin's first and second template:
Make it easy for Merit Sources, use this format:
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[b][url=https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1234.msg1234#1234]TITLE[/url][/b]
Description : <optional, but either description or category must exist>
Category : <optional> {guide, opinion, news, question, technical question, technical answer, share technical improvement/upgrade, etc.}
Section : <optional>
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Hi, I submit the following entries for your consideration:

1) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5148727.msg51286489#msg51286489
Description : Analysis of High Frequency Trading and Algo Usage
Category : Technical Answer
Section : Services

2) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5122973.msg50686814#msg50686814
Description: Definitive info on the fate of DooTron, one of the most popular projects on the Tron Network that made an exit scam
Category: Technical Answer
Section: Service Announcements

3) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3176135.msg50499803#msg50499803
Description: A discourse on the various studies done which analyze the psychology and brain activity of frequent market participants
Category: Technical Answer
Section: Trading Discussion

4) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5130997.msg50620064#msg50620064
Description: a brief comparison of TRON, ETHEREUM and EOS Networks for a variety of metrics (message in Turkish)
Category: Technical Answer
Section: Local (Turkish), Altcoins

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June 03, 2019, 07:10:14 PM
Merited by micgoossens (1)
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Please send some merit to the user djhomeschool on any of these posts:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5150427.msg51338313#msg51338313
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5150427.msg51338381#msg51338381


They seems knowledgeable and giving good effort to help newbies. I have no sMerit left unfortunately.


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Last edit: June 06, 2019, 01:22:41 PM by Tytanowy Janusz
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Garść statystyk dotyczących sytemu Meritów z naszego lokalnego subforum...
Description : @cryptovigi creates this detailed monthly report about merits every month. This time I'm out of smerits to say "thank you".  
Category : statistics
Section : Polish local

Edit: @LoyceV & @dbshck - Thank you




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I would like share some good unmerited post of This user . I already gave 2 merits for 2 post but I think this user deserve some more merits. Here I am giving few links of his unmerited post..

1 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5152943.msg51428867#msg51428867

2 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3024557.msg51424909#msg51424909

3 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5149650.msg51392532#msg51392532

4 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5151910.msg51389957#msg51389957

5 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5145923.msg51322496#msg51322496

User still newbie and really did a great job. I am not able to describe those post in category like op suggested because these post are just normal reply on thread. So I don't know how to do that. Well I just share it for good purpose.

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June 16, 2019, 11:28:00 PM
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I recently declined to give bibop555 merit because his post history is nearly entirely made up of one liners when I checked yesterday.

Absent his spammy post history I probably would have given one of his posts merit:
Re: 51% attack on Bitcoin

He also submitted Random number that did generate some responses.

I will leave this here in case anyone else wants to review his submission and award him merit. I told him I would not give him any because of his post history.

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I recently declined to give bibop555 merit because his post history is nearly entirely made up of one liners when I checked yesterday.
Most of his posts deserve deletion. But if he really improved after realizing that's what he needs to rank up, that kinda deserves a reward. On the other hand, abruptly going from shitposter to decent posts sets off my "plagiarism alarm". I can't find it, it might be a very good text spinner, but I find it hard to believe it's his own work.

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Last edit: June 17, 2019, 09:13:58 AM by o_e_l_e_o
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Re: 51% attack on Bitcoin

This post of his in particular screams of text spinning and/or machine auto-translation. Phrases like "bitcoin excavators" instead of "bitcoin miners" and "double transaction" instead of "double spend" are dead give-aways. If you ignore the obviously spun words, it has almost perfect grammar and punctuation. Compare that to his other posts in completely broken English.

I am 100% sure this is plagiarized. He will be getting no merit from me. Can anyone find the source so we can ban him?

Edit: Found it and reported him. Source here: https://medium.com/coinmonks/what-is-a-51-attack-or-double-spend-attack-aa108db63474.

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I wanted to create my own thread but just saw your one. I think I should post here threads or posts which i founded.
Few questions:
I can post my thread or posts?
I can post threads or posts which has less merits but deserve more?

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nothing about what Binance has launched under the false name of DEX is decentralized. in fact it is 100% centralized in everything except the name of it.
that is why people are reluctant to go near it since if anybody is seeking decentralization they would go for actual decentralized exchanges not a fake one that a centralized company creates.

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Because there is no such thing as a decentralized exchange (at least to date), for example, Etherdelta/Forkdelta/IDEX has smart contract issuers (centralized party). Binance chain also has Binance corp as the token issuer.

I think it is better to solve this problem using a non-custodial wallet exchange mechanism, where users' fund are really #SAFU, doesn't matter whether the exchange is centralized or not.

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By now, decentralized exchanges contain more potential risks than centralized exchanges. Users of decentralized exchanges have to secure their private keys of their accounts very carefully. They need to have enough knowledge and skills to do this, and when they lose their private keys, there is no way to get them back with decentralized exchanges. That is contrasting with centralized exchanges, where users can send support tickets with bunches of proofs, like emails, past trading history, current balance of their account, and so on to get their accounts back. Maybe in the future, when decentralized exchanges become more matured, people might use them more and such DEX might dominate centralized exchanges.

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Centralised exchanges where first created a long while before the creation of decentralized exchanges. People have already gotten used to centralised exchanges. Nevertheless this isn't the only reason to use centralized exchanges instead of decentralised exchanges. I think some of other reasons might be.
- Decentralized exchanges are more difficult to use than centralized exchanges.
- You can easily loose your funds on decentralized exchanges.
- Centralised exchanges are more automated than decentralized exchanges.
- Bot trading is better to be used on centralised exchanges than decentralized exchanges.



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If you play gambling, there will be win and losses. And playing gambling is not an easy job to earn money. I am giving my opinion below how successful gambling can be achieved.

1. Use the technique
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~snip generic shitposts~
Congratulations, you have the dubious honor of being the first on my ignore list (reason archived). Please don't post here again.

quickseller claims to be quoting BL46K 7193R but does not post a link to back their cite.
The link was posted 5 lines higher, and also right above his post (now deleted).

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