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May 22, 2019, 09:31:10 PM
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Or the mods could decide to permaban someone (based on the quality (or the lack of quality) of his/her posts), or to give a second chance (sig.ban).
It's alway better to have a year sig ban, if you have an established account, because you would miss only one bull run, but you don't have to start you account from scratch...
You do understand that "permaban" means "permanent ban" right? Huh

The "person" is banned... so their original account is banned, any alts are banned and they are banned from making new accounts. There is NO "starting account from scratch" when you are permabanned.
I know what 'permaban' is...
Is is really working that if someone has been permabanned, all of his/her alts are banned automatically? I would love this feautre, this would kill account farming at one go

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May 22, 2019, 10:57:16 PM
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Unfortunately, it doesn't happen automatically... mostly because there is no back-end system link between alt accounts. That requires "humans" to identify alts (generally self admitted or linked from same BTC addresses being used etc)

But using alts is considered ban evasion, so if you get caught and reported, then the alt account will also be banned.

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