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October 31, 2019, 06:14:22 PM
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Finally the spammers contest is over and cryptokram winning this by making 3902 posts in around a months time.

That forum is a heaven for the spammers.
I wouldn't be surprised if some of these are actually the same person or the brother/father/mother/wife of each other. In some places, 1 BTC is actually worth years of their salary. Spamming all day for this prize really pays off.

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I wouldn't be surprised if some of these are actually the same person or the brother/father/mother/wife of each other. In some places, 1 BTC is actually worth years of their salary. Spamming all day for this prize really pays off.
With 4000 posts in a month, I wouldn't be surprised if it's the exact opposite this time: the entire family uses the same account to spam. I'm glad Yobit wants them so badly, I hope they continue this contest to keep'm there Cheesy

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October 31, 2019, 08:32:05 PM
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With 4000 posts in a month, I wouldn't be surprised if it's the exact opposite this time: the entire family uses the same account to spam. I'm glad Yobit wants them so badly, I hope they continue this contest to keep'm there Cheesy
That's funny for you to say. Cheesy

Is it fair to use group for posting, to reach top of the competition?

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Do you think it will be a fair idea to create a group and post from one single account so that they can reach the top?

This is what happening in reality. cryptokram is posting 24 hours for last couple of days. It's possible if someone posts 24 hour only on single day but he is doing this for couple of days now. I have checked his post history, you are also welcome to check his post history for the last couple of days. [...]
cryptokram was the guy that won the 1 BTC, btw.

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October 31, 2019, 08:51:11 PM
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I'm glad Yobit wants them so badly
I mean, just look at his insightful and meaningful posts:

THis is true and you should be aware of this , before i dont use any email but this yahoo thing.their rocketmail.com, yahoomail.com and yahoo.com. i now use GMAIL only and dont forget to have its security.
I think only bitcoin can do that not the cryptocurrency itself😊 But I can't deny that crypto nowadays are too popular too already in the entire world now also. but does not mean it can change the world.
These must be expected by many here in the forum, where most of the altcoins will follows bitcoin trend in the market are those token that has a full of potential to bounce the price to the moon.

With such invaluable contributions as those, who wouldn't want to keep him around!?

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November 01, 2019, 02:30:00 AM
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I wouldn't be surprised if some of these are actually the same person or the brother/father/mother/wife of each other. In some places, 1 BTC is actually worth years of their salary. Spamming all day for this prize really pays off.
With 4000 posts in a month, I wouldn't be surprised if it's the exact opposite this time: the entire family uses the same account to spam. I'm glad Yobit wants them so badly, I hope they continue this contest to keep'm there Cheesy

This contest of highest post count is over but the promotion of 1000 sat per Post is still active. They will keep some form of incentive for posting to keep the forum alive forever and spammers happy.  Cheesy

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November 01, 2019, 05:08:19 AM
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They have not yet paid to the 1 BTC contest to anyone and the site is down now. Is there any twist in the game ?


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November 01, 2019, 05:33:51 AM
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They have not yet paid to the 1 BTC contest to anyone and the site is down now. Is there any twist in the game ?

https://i.imgur.com/17F6PGz.png
It's back now. Downtime happens all the time. Wasn't BitcoinTalk also down 1-2 weeks ago?

I doubt they would scam like this while their signature campaign is running.

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November 01, 2019, 06:05:37 AM
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They have not yet paid to the 1 BTC contest to anyone and the site is down now. Is there any twist in the game ?

https://i.imgur.com/17F6PGz.png
It's back now. Downtime happens all the time. Wasn't BitcoinTalk also down 1-2 weeks ago?

I doubt they would scam like this while their signature campaign is running.

Yes, i also see the site is back up and running now.
You can't compare bitcointalk downtime with cryptotalk. Bitcointalk is there for 10 years and any downtime will not bring any scam issues in mind. But if the cryptotalk is down, then many possibility and fear come in the mind because the site is fairly new one.


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November 01, 2019, 06:11:05 AM
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Yes, i also see the site is back up and running now.
You can't compare bitcointalk downtime with cryptotalk. Bitcointalk is there for 10 years and any downtime will not bring any scam issues in mind. But if the cryptotalk is down, then many possibility and fear come in the mind because the site is fairly new one.
My point is that downtime =/= scam. Specially if you say this a couple of hours after the website went down.

I can compare it because it's a downtime, that every website has. Smiley

Also, what would even be the point of paying 10 BTC for a month of signature campaign, plus ~2 BTC for their users to post, to then shutdown the website to not pay 1 BTC? lol

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November 01, 2019, 06:15:29 AM
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Finally the spammers contest is over and cryptokram winning this by making 3902 posts in around a months time.

That forum is a heaven for the spammers.

That's simply astounding. It averages out to about 10 posts per hour, 12 hours a day, every day for the month. I tried reading through their forum last week and was not shocked to discover its absolute trash. I wonder what their end goal is... somehow converting those users (or readers, if there are any) to yobit users?

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November 01, 2019, 06:39:33 AM
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Yes, i also see the site is back up and running now.
You can't compare bitcointalk downtime with cryptotalk. Bitcointalk is there for 10 years and any downtime will not bring any scam issues in mind. But if the cryptotalk is down, then many possibility and fear come in the mind because the site is fairly new one.
My point is that downtime =/= scam. Specially if you say this a couple of hours after the website went down.

I can compare it because it's a downtime, that every website has. Smiley

Also, what would even be the point of paying 10 BTC for a month of signature campaign, plus ~2 BTC for their users to post, to then shutdown the website to not pay 1 BTC? lol

The site is up so that clears all the confusions.

But its not about the money, its about the results which they want to achieve.
Do you think by spending 12 btc they have achieved all what is expected ? I doubt.  Every forum requires quality posting rather than the spam posters to be a successful one.

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November 01, 2019, 10:11:47 AM
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I wonder what their end goal is... somehow converting those users (or readers, if there are any) to yobit users?
Yeah, I can't figure that out either.

Their entire business model at the moment seems to be to attract spammers. They pay the worst of the spammers on here to advertise, and they pay literally anyone to post anything over there, including non stop spamming in the competition. They are attracting spammers who are willing to "work" for 10 cents per post.

At some point they need to turn a profit, right? But what profit can they expect from their user base? People who are willing to spend several hours a day spamming posts for 2 or 3 dollars worth of bitcoin aren't exactly going to be trading large volumes, even if they did start using YoBit. Similarly, they could maybe charge for ad slots, but what kind of return are crypto companies going to see advertising to these users with very poor knowledge of crypto and only a few thousands satoshi to their name?

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November 01, 2019, 11:54:14 AM
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At some point they need to turn a profit, right? But what profit can they expect from their user base?
I can only think of website rankings: according to worthofweb.com, their value more than doubled in less than a month. I don't think it's working much though, it's now worth 5 times more than worthofweb.com/loyce.club, while I didn't even try Tongue

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November 01, 2019, 02:10:42 PM
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At some point they need to turn a profit, right? But what profit can they expect from their user base?
I can only think of website rankings: according to worthofweb.com, their value more than doubled in less than a month. I don't think it's working much though, it's now worth 5 times more than worthofweb.com/loyce.club, while I didn't even try Tongue

This promotion is not just for crypto talk. The singature bounties from here as well the paybypost bounty in crypto talk forum goes into the wallet of yobit.net exchange. i.e. anyone participating in these bounties need to have a yobit.net account.
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November 01, 2019, 02:17:54 PM
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At some point they need to turn a profit, right? But what profit can they expect from their user base?
I can only think of website rankings: according to worthofweb.com, their value more than doubled in less than a month. I don't think it's working much though, it's now worth 5 times more than worthofweb.com/loyce.club, while I didn't even try Tongue

Comparing it with bitcointalk, https://www.worthofweb.com/website-value/bitcointalk.org/,  cryptotalk is 10 times less worth than bitcointalk.

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November 01, 2019, 02:22:19 PM
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At 3902 posts, I couldn't beat them if I tried. There wouldn't be enough topics for me to post bland trash -- I could probably average a quaint 20 to 30 posts/hr forcing me to dedicate a little over 8 days worth of posting (at most).

That's 26.2% of the month: nobody would be able to do that without going absolutely mad.

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November 01, 2019, 02:44:48 PM
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At 3902 posts, I couldn't beat them if I tried. There wouldn't be enough topics for me to post bland trash -- I could probably average a quaint 20 to 30 posts/hr forcing me to dedicate a little over 8 days worth of posting (at most).
Didn't your little spam test put you close to 60 posts in an hour? That means you can do it in just 80 hours, which is just 2 working weeks, or part-time working only in the afternoon or evening. I think most people call that a good month for $9,000.

The best thing is: your posts would probably still be better than their current average Tongue

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November 01, 2019, 02:55:39 PM
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At 3902 posts, I couldn't beat them if I tried. There wouldn't be enough topics for me to post bland trash -- I could probably average a quaint 20 to 30 posts/hr forcing me to dedicate a little over 8 days worth of posting (at most).
Didn't your little spam test put you close to 60 posts in an hour? That means you can do it in just 80 hours, which is just 2 working weeks, or part-time working only in the afternoon or evening. I think most people call that a good month for $9,000.

The best thing is: your posts would probably still be better than their current average Tongue
I would not be able to maintain it over 80 hours. My peak WPM might be in the 140s but I can only really average 110-120 over longer periods of time. I imagine the post quality will nosedive when it comes to day 3 because I'll have already repeated the same things over and over again for the umpteenth time.

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November 01, 2019, 03:14:15 PM
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Finally the spammers contest is over and cryptokram winning this by making 3902 posts in around a months time.

That forum is a heaven for the spammers.
The greatest things i see from the winner is their signature :

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Dont Spam,Plagiarize or Cheat the Forum and its Contest
Smile 😁 , Life is not that long!

He makes a post with only 5 mins interval time, well since the moderator from cryptotalk also from the spammer. Not really surprise the winner also from the spammer user, honestly cryptotalk like ICOForum 2.0 went they stopped the contest / paid post the user will leave from the forum and they really wasting the budget like ICOForum who paid every user 1 ETH for 100 posts.

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November 01, 2019, 03:33:57 PM
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At 3902 posts, I couldn't beat them if I tried.

You could not beat him because you are a human and he is a Robot  Cheesy

Didn't your little spam test put you close to 60 posts in an hour?

You can practically write 30 posts max in one hour because after every post they have implemented a wait time for 2 minutes to avoid burst posting.  Cheesy

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