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September 13, 2019, 08:24:02 AM
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Determining what is an important topic is pretty subjective of course, and thematic in the sense that people favour reading one type of content over other. List such as the one in the OP can help to detect some very relevant threads, although maintaining it is subject to spending quite a bit of time browsing around.

Merits as we know is an indicator (but not an infallible one) of threads that might be interesting. Not all interesting threads are merited, or at least not necessarily in large amounts, but even so, those that are have probably got something on the edge for them.

To that effect, you may at some point use this: https://public.tableau.com/shared/7SF7Q3DJD?:display_count=yes&:origin=viz_share_link
The third column shown (Top Merited Thread Ranking) displays the top merited threads (sum of all merits awarded within the thread, to any post). The list is logically very extensive, but you can use the filters to:

- Delimit the timeframe (displays threads that have received within that timeframe). Just move the slider on the date filter, click on a date to use the calendar, or type over the date itself.

- Delimit the list to a specific section/subsection (i.e. Bitcoin Discussion only, Economics, etc.)

If you click on a thread title from the list, you’ll get a pop-up that takes you to the OP within the thread (follow the “Go to post within thread” link).

Note: Data as of Friday 06/09/2019 – should be updated this evening or tomorrow at some point with the inclusion of this week’s data.

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September 13, 2019, 10:56:35 AM
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Try also to chech this thread of mine created months ago.
It is about for every passwords we use online, a thread about how strong passwords we are using.
[GUIDE] How to Create a Strong/Secure Password

Nice topic. Included in the list.

Determining what is an important topic is pretty subjective of course, and thematic in the sense that people favour reading one type of content over other. List such as the one in the OP can help to detect some very relevant threads, although maintaining it is subject to spending quite a bit of time browsing around.

Merits as we know is an indicator (but not an infallible one) of threads that might be interesting. Not all interesting threads are merited, or at least not necessarily in large amounts, but even so, those that are have probably got something on the edge for them.

To that effect, you may at some point use this: https://public.tableau.com/shared/7SF7Q3DJD?:display_count=yes&:origin=viz_share_link
The third column shown (Top Merited Thread Ranking) displays the top merited threads (sum of all merits awarded within the thread, to any post). The list is logically very extensive, but you can use the filters to:

- Delimit the timeframe (displays threads that have received within that timeframe). Just move the slider on the date filter, click on a date to use the calendar, or type over the date itself.

- Delimit the list to a specific section/subsection (i.e. Bitcoin Discussion only, Economics, etc.)

If you click on a thread title from the list, you’ll get a pop-up that takes you to the OP within the thread (follow the “Go to post within thread” link).

Note: Data as of Friday 06/09/2019 – should be updated this evening or tomorrow at some point with the inclusion of this week’s data.



Thanks for the suggestion and the tool to check the top merited threads. It helps me a lot to find the good topics. Also, I am listing the topics which are really good and important. I am not just checking the merits on the thread.

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October 07, 2019, 04:46:20 AM
Last edit: October 08, 2019, 03:57:06 AM by Henri Cartier
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Sorry, this time I was late in updating the list of useful threads. Below are the few important topics -

How Bitcoin transactions work and what are their types? - Created by @wwzsocki
Everything you wanted to know about BTC futures but were afraid to ask! - @fillippone
What is Punycode and how to protect yourself from Homograph Phishing attacks? - @wwzsocki
Escrow explained - @demure
[Guide] Protect your Crypto: Security tips for your home computer & network - @aundroid
Newbie Tips - How to check SHORTLINK safely ? - @terizla
[Security] make your phone Secured - @maxreish
List of Bitcoin Mempool Viewers for Reference - @CounterEntropy
{Warning}: Fake Bakkt Giveway website - @Baofeng
How to sign a message?! - @shorena
Bitcointalk posting etiquette - @tranthidung
Enhanced privacy with Wasabi & Samourai wallets - @tranthidung
{Warning}: Ledger Phishing Attempt and Clone Website - @Baofeng
Bitcointalk and reflinks: don't produce refspam, please - @1miau
Guide and advice for new Users before you Download anything from the Forum ! - @Lafu
What constitutes spam and how best to avoid it - @Upgrade00
[Guide] Identify scam projects by hidden premined coin indicator via explorer - @tranthidung
⚠️ How Scammer tried to Hack my Bitcointalk and how to Protect yourself?⚠️ - @dkbit98
{Warning}:New Masad Stealer Malware Exfiltrates Crypto Wallets via Telegram - @Baofeng
Google Alerts Become New Place For Malware, Phishing And Scam Sites - @masulum
How could we help improve & build a decent forum. Keep your role and help forum. - @Coolcryptovator
Newbies - Read before using exchanges or investing - @tbct_mt2
How to check Bitcoin Transaction [guide][newbies only] - @welovedcrypto
Additional Protection For Seed Backup. - @Lucius
[Howto] Use Ledger Nano as Security Key - @aundroid
🌍 Guidelines, how to spot a scam ICO & report effectively. ✔ - @Coolcryptovator
[Guide] How to Add image on Bitcoin Talk Post? - @nguyencong1403
Special Guide to keep your Account safe forever (must read) - @TalkStar
{Warning}: Fake Trezor.io website - @Baofeng
★ Keep your role on Default Trust (DT) selection ★ - @TalkStar
{Facts} Benefits of promoting (joining) a quality paid signature campaign. - @CryptopreneurBrainboss
[Data Breach] Check if your passwords have been compromised - @maxreish
[Beware] most Android phones being exploited - @maxreish
World’s first offline system for transacting cryptocurrencies! - Created by me


Please let me know if I have missed any important topic.

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October 07, 2019, 09:04:56 AM
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...I have realised lately that there are many important threads which we are missing out in this forum. There should be some method or feature which should make the visibility of these threads on top...

Fully agree with you OP that many great threads are forgotten and buried under a ton of other spammy meaningless threads or supermegathreads, which turned out to be a spam contest finally.

...There should be some method or feature which should make the visibility of these threads on top...

Again I agree with you that something should be done but this is not so easy and I am sure if there was any way to this, then it would be already implemented.

I thought about this a couple of times and maybe now when we have a merit system something can be done with the use of merit statistics and forum bots to scrap the best threads. Still, all older threads with every new week are harder to find and I don't think that somebody is searching for them to award with merits.

We have so much knowledge on the forum which is so hard to find. OP kudos for you, for trying to do something about it, so that the best threads do not disappear, like all the others from years ago.

 
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