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May 14, 2019, 07:42:37 AM
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This assessment is kinda true.. And personally,  i have made mistake of falling for this demeanor often times that i didn't even get to receive the rewards slated out. I think, It pays going for those that are sure for rewards payment and exchange listing.

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May 14, 2019, 07:45:17 AM
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This assessment is kinda true.. And personally,  i have made mistake of falling for this demeanor often times that i didn't even get to receive the rewards slated out. I think, It pays going for those that are sure for rewards payment and exchange listing.
Sure rewards for coins who's already inside the listing site project who offers bounty with already existing exchange that caters the trade, it's good to participate with that kind of campaigns where you just need to wait for bounty allocation to be rewarded to all the participants.

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May 14, 2019, 08:29:51 AM
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Yes, now is the time that you don’t already know whom to trust, there are certainly some bounty managers with whom you can always cooperate and make their bounties, because you know that these bounty managers try to choose good projects, and of course when you see a huge pool in bounty, of course there is a big chance that at the end of the bounty, as usual, the company of this bounty will cut the pool in several times.

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May 14, 2019, 08:36:41 AM
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I agree with you, in 2019, many projects revised their policies and reduced the bounty hunters award. But at the same time, there are more projects that are already traded on the stock exchange and you can be sure that you will receive your reward for participating in the bounty campaign.

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May 14, 2019, 08:40:25 AM
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What I've learnt about bounties so far
1)many bounty hunters are joining bounties that has huge stake allocations like 300,000$ upward ,some are even after the 1000000$ ones well I've stop hunting for projects that lure hunters with huge rewards as many of them are plain rubbish

2)I've learn to always join bounties that are already listed and trading with good volume and mind you these bounties always have low bounty rewards like 75k to 100k but there is high assurance of selling your tokens if you wish to ,not keeping coins that will never see the light of the days again ,I mean tokens that will never get listed

3)there are few bounty managers that I respect ,they take there job very serious and I always like to follow them ,waiting for them to launch new bounties ,I prefer to join 4-5 projects in a year than promoting shitcoins


Well, thanks for sharing these experienced you had from doing bounties. For me, when I choose a bounty I look first whose been manage which is has a high trust or even had been a long service here in the forum. Because I already scam by  i newbie manager which is their project has been success and after that they keep promising and tell it turns to forget about of what we did to help their peoject to success.

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May 14, 2019, 09:02:30 AM
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You have a very strange logic, if you yourself say that big awards are offered only by fraudulent projects, and projects that are already traded on the stock exchange have a pool of about $100K, then how can 4-5 projects per year bring you earnings? I can see now that the rewards have decreased, but in this situation, even having a high rank on the forum, the remuneration does not exceed $100. ~$500 per year can become a motivation for a long time to write posts?

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May 14, 2019, 09:14:47 AM
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1)many bounty hunters are joining bounties that has huge stake allocations like 300,000$ upward ,some are even after the 1000000$ ones well I've stop hunting for projects that lure hunters with huge rewards as many of them are plain rubbish
I agree with this. There are some Bounty campaigns out there whose allocation is so very huge that can be alluring to those bounty hunters out there. For me, whatever the allocation is doesn't matter. There are some basis that I've made that can help me before joining in a bounty campaign.

2)I've learn to always join bounties that are already listed and trading with good volume and mind you these bounties always have low bounty rewards like 75k to 100k but there is high assurance of selling your tokens if you wish to ,not keeping coins that will never see the light of the days again ,I mean tokens that will never get listed
There are some bounties that are listed already in an exchange but most of them aren't since it is new project and new coin so joining in a bounty campaign that has already listed in an exchange is hard to find. If there are some bounties then can you please share it to me Smiley

3)there are few bounty managers that I respect ,they take there job very serious and I always like to follow them ,waiting for them to launch new bounties ,I prefer to join 4-5 projects in a year than promoting shitcoins
Reputable bounty campaign managers is a big help in choosing a bounty campaign but that doesn't mean that if it is being managed by a reputable campaign manager then it will be a good coin in the future. Campaign managers don't care about the coin as long as they are being paid. Hard Fact Smiley

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May 15, 2019, 06:18:46 AM
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You have a good point here, though that’s not really what I look for before joining any bounty in this forum. When I’m joining an ICO I make sure that the ICO I’m about to join is legit and has chances for success. I wouldn’t like to work and not get paid or maybe get paid pennies after a long term of hard work.

The first thing I start with is the team behind the ICO, this is very important to me and I don’t mess around with this. I try to dig up every single information and check everything to know if they are really what they claim to be. Cause even scammers can make use of fake ID to deceive people. Next thing that follows is their whitepaper, their website, their market and the promises they are making. I’m not here to believe unrealistic promises that pisses me off.
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May 15, 2019, 06:28:12 AM
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I have always concentrated first on the quality of the project. There is no point participating in a bounty that never reaches its soft cap because the idea is stupid or the team behind the project are incapable of bringing their idea into reality. I then judge whether it is worth participating from how much I might earn. I look for projects were the number of participants is low in relation to the reward. I avoid bounties with no end date or with specific number of tokens per task (ie 10 tokens per tweet or week). I look for stake based bounties that do not cap earnings.

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May 15, 2019, 09:58:58 AM
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I do not know but I somewhat get attracted when seeing the allocated amount for the stake on each bounty. Seems they were pretty smart to lure us.
That is what I usually do too before, I look at the allocation and the number of participant to calculate how big my reward would be based on my ranking before joining the campaign, until I later realized that most of these high offer campaigns are quite unserious, and they just use that big offer to trick us.

Though in the past, it use to work, because that is when some bounties use to pay someone for as high as $1500 to $2000 dollars per campaign, but the reasons why I felt they reduced initially was because a hunting became popular, we started having more hunters, but now, it doesn’t work that way again.

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May 15, 2019, 10:04:26 AM
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What I've learnt about bounties so far
1)many bounty hunters are joining bounties that has huge stake allocations like 300,000$ upward ,some are even after the 1000000$ ones well I've stop hunting for projects that lure hunters with huge rewards as many of them are plain rubbish

2)I've learn to always join bounties that are already listed and trading with good volume and mind you these bounties always have low bounty rewards like 75k to 100k but there is high assurance of selling your tokens if you wish to ,not keeping coins that will never see the light of the days again ,I mean tokens that will never get listed

3)there are few bounty managers that I respect ,they take there job very serious and I always like to follow them ,waiting for them to launch new bounties ,I prefer to join 4-5 projects in a year than promoting shitcoins


1) Yes the amount they are giving out a big factor. But if projects really crap, even they say 10m $ they are giving out, there won't be much joiner.

2) Good volume and listed coin would means guaranteed income. And because lots of project is failing, people is joining this, even for very little amounts.

3) Better bounty manager asks more (not just money) so their reputation bring more people. I always check who is the bounty manager before i join.
Why it better to follow bounty managers with good reputation is because they selecte the kind of project they promote and research about the team and how legit they are, by that way they scrutinize the project they promote before bringing it to bounty hunters to promote and most of the projects they promote in the past are already listed on the exchange.
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May 15, 2019, 10:51:54 AM
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Absolutely right, a good project is our hope that the bounty hunters especially at the moment not all projects are honest in the distribution of prizes..
and I myself began to learn from previous experience to be smart in choosing projects that are led by bounty managers who are always active in this forum especially the manager himself follows the bounty led..

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May 15, 2019, 10:57:46 AM
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What I've learnt about bounties so far
1)many bounty hunters are joining bounties that has huge stake allocations like 300,000$ upward ,some are even after the 1000000$ ones well I've stop hunting for projects that lure hunters with huge rewards as many of them are plain rubbish

2)I've learn to always join bounties that are already listed and trading with good volume and mind you these bounties always have low bounty rewards like 75k to 100k but there is high assurance of selling your tokens if you wish to ,not keeping coins that will never see the light of the days again ,I mean tokens that will never get listed

3)there are few bounty managers that I respect ,they take there job very serious and I always like to follow them ,waiting for them to launch new bounties ,I prefer to join 4-5 projects in a year than promoting shitcoins


Infact you nailed this points, many hunters have fallen a victim of Huge reward project that turns out shit and was also a victim till I learnt my lesson, before I choose any bounty to participate In now, I dig deep and not just based on the reward

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May 15, 2019, 11:11:40 AM
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I agree with point number three, with so many scam coins limit yourself to 3 or 4 good projects, big rewards do not attract me any more I prefer looking on the project, platform, and the people running the project, this is the time that setting a criterion is a big must for bounty hunters.

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May 15, 2019, 11:14:15 AM
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You act too carefully when choosing a bounty campaign. I agree that the scammers promise large rewards to attract more attention, while projects that went to the exchange offer less reward. But even among the scam projects is 2-3, which after a time go to the top and bring huge profits.

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May 15, 2019, 11:21:01 AM
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Now it has become easier to make money, but as the bull market returns, there will be an influx of new bounty hunters and this will again lead to very small earnings. Think that there is about six months, to have time normally earn.

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May 15, 2019, 11:28:28 AM
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Well, not every huge allocation give shit token to bounty hunters. Let me mention Polybius (1M USD allocation) and Utrust (I don't remember but more than Polybius). From these two project I received decent profit. Polybius gave me 3,6K USD for participating on their campaign for 4 weeks with only Jr.Member rank and Utrust gave me around 2K USD for joining content canpaign. This is not about the allocation, but some factors like market condition, investors interest and many more.
Please tell me where are you looking for projects? thank
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May 15, 2019, 11:34:16 AM
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I like bounty managers that do not just accept jobs from different projects. I know some bounty managers that actually check if it's legit and it will pay well. And I notice it because their campaigns are really profitable where you can earn $800 and above which is already good for me. But there are campaigns where you can get more than that from those people as well.

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There's quite a nice guide on what to consider before joining a bounty-campaign:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5115291.0

My favorite of someone promoting something just for the money is this post:


Source: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2360806.msg50565731#msg50565731
Source 2: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5115291.0
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May 15, 2019, 12:05:51 PM
 #140

I think what we need to do is to really make a research on what we are about to join. You have a good point to consider but not all Bounties are like that. What if the project really needs a huge amount to be accomplished or they need to promote their project a little longer to spread awareness. They should also give a reasonable amount of rewards. Well, we really need to evaluate the project. Bounty Managers are also a good guide but it is not a 100% assurance that you can get the good bounty project.
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