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May 24, 2019, 11:16:39 AM
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My account https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=177094 has been recently banned today or maybe yesterday. It says a permanent ban due to spam or plagiarism. But I have never ever tried to do any type of plagiarism in my recent memory. Never have I tried to spam the forum with useless posts. Please help.
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May 24, 2019, 11:28:18 AM
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Most probably due to plagiarism which you might done years ago.I am not good at finding the plagiarized post but soon people will find which post you plagiarized so be patient.

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Last edit: May 24, 2019, 03:45:09 PM by morvillz7z
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Can't say for sure which post of yours was reported but here is what I found:

The common mistakes of a trader are:
1. A common beginners’ mistake is to look at the coin’s price rather than the market cap. Many think that they should buy ripple as its price is relatively cheap to Ethereum’s.
2. Traders don’t diversify their investments.
3. Many traders cannot spend much time in this market.  Crypto trading not just on a daily basis, but on an hourly basis. It’s not everyone that can play this game. Nevertheless you need to consider the amount of time invested in the process.
4. Some don’t have control on their emotions.
5. An additional common mistake is searching for crashed coins, in accordance to their value against the Bitcoin, hoping they will return to their glory prices. What goes down does not necessarily goes up again.




I buy Ripple as its price is relatively cheap compared to Ethereum’s.  A common beginners’ mistake is to look at the coin’s price rather than the market cap.

One who wants to jump right into the deep water of crypto trading has to follow it not just on a daily basis, but on an hourly basis. It’s not everyone that can play this game. Nevertheless you need to consider the amount of time invested in the process.

What goes down – does not necessarily go up again. An additional common mistake is searching for crashed coins, in accordance to their value against the Bitcoin, hoping they will return to their glory prices. So newsflash – there are coins which are light years away from their peak levels.

Looks like you copied parts of an article taken from cryptopotatoDOTcom which was posted at least a month prior to your post.

Doesn't look like you forgot to mention the source either as some parts were displaced/rearranged.

http://archive.fo/zQKVl
http://archive.fo/gtoz9

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1.   Watch out the team working behind the ICO properly. You should careful read about the qualification, expertise, skills and experience of the team members.
2.   Don’t get along with the high goals. The unrealistic gals are mainly scams.
3.   What is the project? The idea behind the project should be new and interesting.
4.   Whitepaper should carry all the information about the project. If important details are missing, it could be a scam.


Quote from: Virtual miner May 11, 2018, 12:58:17 PM https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2692155.msg36959850#msg36959850
1. Watch out the team working behind the ICO properly. You should careful read about the qualification, expertise, skills and experience of the team members.
2. Don’t get along with the high goals. The unrealistic gals are mainly scams.
3. What is the project? The idea behind the project should be new and interesting.
4. Whitepaper should carry all the information about the project. If important details are missing, it could be a scam.
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May 24, 2019, 11:59:29 PM
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But I have never ever tried to do any type of plagiarism in my recent memory.
well yes, you speak the truth... it's not recently but about a year ago Tongue
your action showed that you are consciously copying and rephrase pasting the contents
you won't be able to plea this as an unintentional mistake and request for just temp ban + sig ban
and you also made another plagiarised post in the next following day Roll Eyes

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