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November 13, 2019, 03:48:15 AM
Last edit: November 15, 2019, 06:00:35 AM by tranthidung
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Originated from complaints about domination of ChipMixer signature, I used the available data from that thread:
Weekly earned merits (median) of top 100 merited users. Then, I played around to see how signatures distributed over top 100 merited users.
Notes:
  • The top 100 merited users in the analysis identified by snapshotting at the 2019w36, according to the data update in [CLUBS] Top Merited-Users Classified into 4 Clubs, with weekly support to update from @LoyceV.
  • Observational period: 2019w23 - 2019w44 (21 weeks)
  • Weekly statistics are not exactly for each week in Calendar day (due to theymos data dump). See explanation here.
    Ex: 2019w36 includes 5 days in 2019w36 and 2 days in 2019w37.
  • Signature worn by users: snapshotted today


ABSTRACT
  • ChipMixer is the dominant signature, which accounts for 31% of signature worn by top 100 merited users
  • The second and third highest worn signature are: Personal and None with 28% and 10%, respectively.
  • The fourth one is FortuneJack (8%)
  • The fifth one is Roobet (5%)
- Personal means those users worn signature based on their personal favorites (donation addresses, forum signature for the 10th anniversary, etc.)
- None: means those users have not worn any signature as of the thread's publishing time.

The results show us the fact that there are 38% of users in the top 100 merited users don't wear any signature or simply wear their personal text/ signatures, that cumulative percentage is much higher than the figure of 31% users who worn ChipMixer signature. Is it time to stop complaining? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Results:

I descendingly sorted the median of weekly earned merits from top 100 merited users, then listed them with some basic stats and signature they are wearing as of writing:
  • median: Median of weekly earned-merits
  • p25: the 25th percentile of weekly earned-merits
  • p75: the 75th percentile of weekly earned-merits
  • min: the minimum of weekly earned-merits
  • max: the maximum of weekly earned-merits

Code:
. list username signature median p25 p75 min max, abb(30)

     +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+
     |               username        signature   median   p25   p75   min   max |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  1. |                 LoyceV        ChipMixer       49    26    60    16   110 |
  2. |             fillippone         personal       47    33    63    23   113 |
  3. |              o_e_l_e_o        ChipMixer       45    27    53    12    82 |
  4. |               suchmoon        ChipMixer       36    21    47    10    87 |
  5. |               nutildah     Sportsbet.io       33    22    43     4    66 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  6. |              mikeywith        ChipMixer       27    18    30     8    51 |
  7. |            micgoossens         personal       25    24    38    16    62 |
  8. |                 bob123        ChipMixer       24    12    35     0    56 |
  9. |                 VB1001         personal       23    16    31     5    54 |
 10. |               DdmrDdmr        ChipMixer       22    18    34     5    67 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 11. |                theymos         personal       22    12    41     1   119 |
 12. |            LFC_Bitcoin     Bitcasino.io       21    17    27    10    48 |
 13. |          witcher_sense   Cryptotalk.org       21    14    30     3    61 |
 14. |       loyvesmayfamilis         personal       20     4    29     0    49 |
 15. |                 Veleor         personal       17    12    23     2    81 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 16. |               achow101         personal       17    10    29     1    60 |
 17. |                pooya87        ChipMixer       16    11    20     7    30 |
 18. |               bitmover         Yolodice       16     7    21     4    68 |
 19. |             gentlemand        ChipMixer       15    10    23     4    31 |
 20. |              morillz7z     Sportsbet.io       15    10    19     4    39 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 21. |             BitCryptex        ChipMixer       15     6    20     2    30 |
 22. |                  1miau        ChipMixer       15    10    26     4   100 |
 23. |               wwzsocki           Roobet       14     6    22     0    78 |
 24. |              taikuri13        ChipMixer       13     9    20     5    34 |
 25. |            tranthidung         PlayBetr       13     9    26     1   104 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 26. |             JayJuanGee         personal       13     7    16     3    57 |
 27. | CryptopreneurBrainboss           Roobet       13    10    15     3    79 |
 28. |               TryNinja        ChipMixer       12     9    19     0    32 |
 29. |                 mjglqw        ChipMixer       12     5    15     0    24 |
 30. |          Carlton Banks         personal       12    10    18     7    60 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 31. |             minerjones         personal       12     3    14     1    23 |
 32. |           TheFuzzStone         personal       12     7    15     0    53 |
 33. |              tvplus006         Match365       11     7    21     0    37 |
 34. |             yahoo62278   Cryptotalk.org       11     6    20     0   112 |
 35. |                iasenko        ChipMixer       11     2    20     0    40 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 36. |                   yogg        ChipMixer       11     4    18     0    61 |
 37. |      Coding Enthusiast         personal       11     5    17     0    45 |
 38. |               actmyame        ChipMixer       10     8    17     0    32 |
 39. |             ETFbitcoin        ChipMixer       10     7    15     1    47 |
 40. |                    HCP        ChipMixer       10     5    17     1    26 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 41. |                  chimk         personal       10     5    13     3    30 |
 42. |          HairyMaclairy             none       10     8    16     0    42 |
 43. |              xhomerx10             none        9     5    13     0    36 |
 44. |                Xal0lex       Blocknance        9     6    20     2    38 |
 45. |                xtraelv         personal        9     3    18     0    47 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 46. |                 Goran_         personal        9     5    10     0    21 |
 47. |        Coolcryptovator          Bitsler        9     2    12     0    25 |
 48. |           philipma1957         personal        8     5    12     2    26 |
 49. |              Steamtyme        ChipMixer        8     5    16     2   129 |
 50. |          abhiseshakana        ChipMixer        8     5    13     0    20 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 51. |         The Pharmacist        ChipMixer        8     4    10     0    29 |
 52. |                 jojo69         personal        8     4    10     1    18 |
 53. |            DireWolfM14           Roobet        8     5    14     0    43 |
 54. |              mu_enrico           Roobet        7     4    15     1    23 |
 55. |        Last of the V8s         personal        7     1    25     0    43 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 56. |               mocacino        ChipMixer        7     5    15     0    28 |
 57. |              DarkStar_        ChipMixer        7     4    14     2    45 |
 58. |       krogothmanhattan         personal        7     3    10     0    28 |
 59. |                  asche        ChipMixer        7     4    10     1    33 |
 60. |             marlboroza        ChipMixer        6     2    15     0    48 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 61. |        pandukelana2712         PlayBetr        6     2     7     0    25 |
 62. |                   Lafu           Roobet        6     2     8     0    19 |
 63. |               Jet Cash         personal        6     3     9     0    16 |
 64. |                stompix        ChipMixer        6     2    11     1    20 |
 65. |               Husna QA        ChipMixer        5     3     7     0    31 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 66. |                 Coin-1              E3T        5     4     8     0    23 |
 67. |                  Lauda      FortuneJack        5     1     9     0    21 |
 68. |               Artemis3          777coin        5     2     9     0    19 |
 69. |               gmaxwell             none        5     1    15     0   113 |
 70. |               joniboni        ChipMixer        5     1     9     0    17 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 71. |              LeGaulois        ChipMixer        4     2     5     0    18 |
 72. |           SaltySpitoon      FortuneJack        4     1    12     0    27 |
 73. |             BobLawblaw             none        4     2     9     0    27 |
 74. |       TheNewAnon135246      FortuneJack        3     1     7     0    15 |
 75. |            Quickseller         personal        3     0     8     0    18 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 76. |                satoshi             none        3     1    17     0    71 |
 77. |           hilariousetc        ChipMixer        3     1    10     0    30 |
 78. |                 Pmalek      FortuneJack        3     2     9     0    17 |
 79. |               bones261             none        3     1     8     0    27 |
 80. |                Hhampuz      FortuneJack        3     1     6     0    36 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 81. |                    qwk         personal        2     1     5     0    10 |
 82. |               roycilik    Smartmixer.io        2     1     9     0    35 |
 83. |                HeRetiK        ChipMixer        2     1     4     0    20 |
 84. |         hilariousandco      FortuneJack        2     1     7     0    18 |
 85. |                    Vod         personal        2     1     4     0    14 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 86. |               mole0815          agareum        2     1     6     0    34 |
 87. |            coinlocket$     Bitcasino.io        2     0     2     0    25 |
 88. |                Alex_Sr         personal        2     0     7     0    18 |
 89. |                OgNasty         personal        2     1     3     0     7 |
 90. |              infofront             none        2     0     5     0    72 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 91. |    theyoungmillionaire         personal        1     0     4     0    25 |
 92. |        Flying Hellfish      FortuneJack        1     0     4     0    26 |
 93. |                 Lutpin      CryptoGames        1     0     3     0     7 |
 94. |               PHI16168   Cryptotalk.org        1     0     2     0    17 |
 95. |                   TMAN      FortuneJack        1     0     2     0     6 |
     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 96. |                  Piggy             none        1     0     2     0     7 |
 97. |              ICOEthics         personal        0     0     1     0     8 |
 98. |                nullius         personal        0     0     0     0     3 |
 99. |              Toxic2040             none        0     0     6     0    36 |
100. |               kenzawak             none        0     0     1     0    23 |
     +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Which signature worn by most of top 100 merited-users? Please see.
Code:
. tab signature

     signature |      Freq.     Percent        Cum.
---------------+-----------------------------------
       777coin |          1        1.00        1.00
  Bitcasino.io |          2        2.00        3.00
       Bitsler |          1        1.00        4.00
    Blocknance |          1        1.00        5.00
     ChipMixer |         31       31.00       36.00
   CryptoGames |          1        1.00       37.00
Cryptotalk.org |          3        3.00       40.00
           E3T |          1        1.00       41.00
   FortuneJack |          8        8.00       49.00
      Match365 |          1        1.00       50.00
      PlayBetr |          2        2.00       52.00
        Roobet |          5        5.00       57.00
 Smartmixer.io |          1        1.00       58.00
  Sportsbet.io |          2        2.00       60.00
      Yolodice |          1        1.00       61.00
       agareum |          1        1.00       62.00
          none |         10       10.00       72.00
      personal |         28       28.00      100.00
---------------+-----------------------------------
         Total |        100      100.00



Update:

The OP shows that there are 28% (28 users) of top 100 merited users have worn their personal signature. Now, let's me show you more details.

In descending orders, 29% of them simply wear their personal text, 25% of them wear their self-advertised signature (for their services, topics); 14.3% of them wear their donation address and the same percentage for the forum's 10th anniversary; 7% of them wear their personal sites. The rest three categories with 3.6% (~ 1 user) for each, wear their personal image, third-party signature and signature ban.

What we can see from the result?
Among the top 100 merited users, only 1 user have worn the signature of third-party company (Bybit) but I don't know it is a paid signature or not (I guess not).


Code:
. tab sigdetails

               sigdetails |      Freq.     Percent        Cum.
--------------------------+-----------------------------------
         10th anniversary |          4       14.29       14.29
         donation address |          4       14.29       28.57
           personal image |          1        3.57       32.14
           personal sites |          2        7.14       39.29
            personal text |          8       28.57       67.86
self-advertised signature |          7       25.00       92.86
            signature ban |          1        3.57       96.43
    third-party signature |          1        3.57      100.00
--------------------------+-----------------------------------
                    Total |         28      100.00

Details:
Code:
. list username signature sigdetails median p25 p75 min max if signature == "personal", abb(30)

     +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
     |            username   signature                  sigdetails   median   p25   p75   min   max |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  2. |          fillippone    personal               personal text       47    33    63    23   113 |
  7. |         micgoossens    personal               personal text       25    24    38    16    62 |
  9. |              VB1001    personal            donation address       23    16    31     5    54 |
 11. |             theymos    personal            donation address       22    12    41     1   119 |
 14. |    loyvesmayfamilis    personal               signature ban       20     4    29     0    49 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 15. |              Veleor    personal            10th anniversary       17    12    23     2    81 |
 16. |            achow101    personal            donation address       17    10    29     1    60 |
 26. |          JayJuanGee    personal            donation address       13     7    16     3    57 |
 29. |       Carlton Banks    personal               personal text       12    10    18     7    60 |
 30. |        TheFuzzStone    personal   self-advertised signature       12     7    15     0    53 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 32. |          minerjones    personal   self-advertised signature       12     3    14     1    23 |
 33. |   Coding Enthusiast    personal   self-advertised signature       11     5    17     0    45 |
 38. |               chimk    personal            10th anniversary       10     5    13     3    30 |
 44. |             xtraelv    personal               personal text        9     3    18     0    47 |
 45. |              Goran_    personal       third-party signature        9     5    10     0    21 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 51. |        philipma1957    personal               personal text        8     5    12     2    26 |
 52. |              jojo69    personal               personal text        8     4    10     1    18 |
 57. |     Last of the V8s    personal              personal image        7     1    25     0    43 |
 58. |    krogothmanhattan    personal   self-advertised signature        7     3    10     0    28 |
 60. |            Jet Cash    personal              personal sites        6     3     9     0    16 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 78. |         Quickseller    personal               personal text        3     0     8     0    18 |
 81. |                 qwk    personal               personal text        2     1     5     0    10 |
 82. |                 Vod    personal              personal sites        2     1     4     0    14 |
 85. |             Alex_Sr    personal            10th anniversary        2     0     7     0    18 |
 87. |             OgNasty    personal   self-advertised signature        2     1     3     0     7 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 96. | theyoungmillionaire    personal            10th anniversary        1     0     4     0    25 |
 99. |             nullius    personal   self-advertised signature        0     0     0     0     3 |
100. |           ICOEthics    personal   self-advertised signature        0     0     1     0     8 |
     +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

* @loyvesmayfamilis: has a signature ban that has not yet expired.




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Originated from complaints about domination of ChipMixer signature
What complaints were these?  I don't recall hearing any bitching about the Chipmixer posse and their participants' earned merits or anything like that. 

It makes sense that Chipmixer would have a lot of the highest merited members in it, because DarkStar_ is very selective when choosing new members for it.  There isn't a merit requirement officially but I'm sure he takes that into account if there's a choice between a bunch of applicants, which there always is when a spot opens.  I really wish other campaigns would be more selective--maybe not as selective as the Chipmixer campaign, but the closer the better.  DarkStar_ also takes into account an applicant's trust score as well, so the campaign ends up with a lot of the best posters and some of the most trustworthy ones as well.  I think that's great.

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Whoop, whoop!  I know this is a little off-topic, but how many campaigns even exist anymore?  Last I checked there were a lot fewer of them these days than there were in 2017.  I usually have the Services section on ignore so I don't see how many new ones are being started, but my guess is that there aren't many--not including token-paying bounties, of course.

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What complaints were these?  I don't recall hearing any bitching about the Chipmixer posse and their participants' earned merits or anything like that.
Kind of troll or drama recent days in Meta. I don't remember where I read it but it truly existed in Meta board. Anyway it does not a serious problem.
It makes sense that Chipmixer would have a lot of the highest merited members in it, because DarkStar_ is very selective when choosing new members for it.  There isn't a merit requirement officially but I'm sure he takes that into account if there's a choice between a bunch of applicants, which there always is when a spot opens.  I really wish other campaigns would be more selective--maybe not as selective as the Chipmixer campaign, but the closer the better.  DarkStar_ also takes into account an applicant's trust score as well, so the campaign ends up with a lot of the best posters and some of the most trustworthy ones as well.  I think that's great.
The fact is the quality of ChipMixer reflects not only by its participants but also by its applicants. By saying about applicants, I exclude blind applicants who woke up or simply ignore their low quality and try 'a shot' to see how luck their applications are. Those blind applicants surely fail at very first screening phase of DarkStar_. For the rest, they are obviously very good applicants, I see them as above-average users and some of them are outstandings.

That campaign is a very competitive one and their applicants have to fight each other to get spots. Eventually, only outstanding posters chosen by DarkStar_ after a very tough selection process. Honestly, I applied in ChipMixer for two rounds and know how competitive it is, and I wish that someday I will succeed with my application.  Smiley




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Eventually, only outstanding posters chosen by DarkStar_ after a very tough selection process.



Honestly, I applied in ChipMixer for two rounds and know how competitive it is, and I wish that someday I will succeed with my application.  Smiley
What if I say that I applied 10 times since the start of Chipmixer campaign? If not 10, then 9 for sure... and then I surrendered.
Last 2 times I guess I didn't apply and as I surrendered I don't think I'll ever try again. There is no point though, if I got rejected 10 times in the past than I will be rejected 10 more times in the future.

I appreciate DS's selection process and he's great in his job. Others defeated me every time and I always thought that I'm one of the shitposters around here and trying my best to improve the quality ever since. Actually, I'm not sure anymore how I can improve my posting quality.

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Honestly, I applied in ChipMixer for two rounds and know how competitive it is, and I wish that someday I will succeed with my application.  Smiley
I got rejected my first time, too.  I remember DarkStar_ telling me he might accept me if there was an open spot, because I'd applied as a special exception that sometimes gets granted to trusted members.  I respected him greatly for rejecting me, and I still respect him.  He's a great campaign manager, and it's not just his stringent requirements for acceptance.  He always gets the participants paid on time, and I think there was only one week in a year that there was a late payment or double round or something like that.  It's incredible how machine-like he is in that respect. 

By the way, I think you'd be a good candidate for Chipmixer but obviously I have no say in the matter.  When a spot does open up, there are usually a lot of really good applicants and DarkStar has to choose someone.  Don't feel bad about the rejections and my advice is to just keep trying when spots open up.

What if I say that I applied 10 times since the start of Chipmixer campaign? If not 10, then 9 for sure... and then I surrendered.
Last 2 times I guess I didn't apply and as I surrendered I don't think I'll ever try again.
Sorry to hear that.  Yeah, it's really, really competitive and as I said, I wish more campaigns had selection processes similar to Chipmixer's.  There are a lot of great posters on the forum; there just aren't enough slots in the Chipmixer campaign for them all.

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Whoop, whoop!  I know this is a little off-topic, but how many campaigns even exist anymore?  Last I checked there were a lot fewer of them these days than there were in 2017.  I usually have the Services section on ignore so I don't see how many new ones are being started, but my guess is that there aren't many--not including token-paying bounties, of course.

I don’t know to be honest mate, not many good one’s though. I remember in 2014 or 2015 getting paid 0.2BTC per week in Da Dice signature campaign. ndnhc ran it, don’t know what happened to him, he was really nice.
He used to pay bonuses of 0.01 - 0.05 per week on top of the 0.2 for the best posters in his campaigns too.

The good old days Smiley


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Whoop, whoop!  I know this is a little off-topic, but how many campaigns even exist anymore?  Last I checked there were a lot fewer of them these days than there were in 2017.  I usually have the Services section on ignore so I don't see how many new ones are being started, but my guess is that there aren't many--not including token-paying bounties, of course.

I don’t know to be honest mate, not many good one’s though. I remember in 2014 or 2015 getting paid 0.2BTC per week in Da Dice signature campaign. ndnhc ran it, don’t know what happened to him, he was really nice.
He used to pay bonuses of 0.01 - 0.05 per week on top of the 0.2 for the best posters in his campaigns too.

The good old days Smiley



In 2013 some campaigns paid 2+ BTC a month Grin.

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Whoop, whoop!  I know this is a little off-topic, but how many campaigns even exist anymore? 
19 signature campaigns that are paying in Bitcoin according to this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=615953.0
Although, I believe one of the signature campaigns has recently stopped so I would think it would be 18 signature campaigns. If you have the interest, and the time you could look back at that thread, and establish the highest amount of signature campaigns at one given time.

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how many campaigns even exist anymore?

This is the list of all Bitcoin paying bounties and their current status.

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|777Coin*|p/w|.00002|.00002|.0000175|.000015|.0000125|x|15/w|60/w|Y/N|
|Bitvest*|p/w|.000012|.000012|.00001|.000008|.000005|x|15/w|60/w|Y/N|
|CryptoTalk|p/d|.0002|.00016|.00012|x|x|x|x|5/d|N|
|MintDice|f/w|$50|$35|$15|$10|x|x|25/w|x|Y/N|
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|BitCasino|f/w|.018|.018|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|BitDice*|f/w|$85|$85|$50|$35|x|x|30/w|x|N|
|Bitsler|f/w|$150|$125|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|Blender|f/w|$45|$45|$40|x|x|x|15/w|x|Y/N|
|Bustadice*|f/w|$100|$100|$75|$50|$25|x|25/w|x|N|
|ChipMixer|p/w|.00075|.00075|.00075|x|x|x|x|50/w|Y/N|
|Crypto-Games|f/w|$90|$80|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|FortuneJack|f/w|.015|.015|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|N|
|Match365|f/w|.006|.006|.004|.002|x|x|25/w|x|Y/N|
|Playbetr|f/w|$50|$50|x|x|x|x|25/w|x|Y/N|
|SmartMixer|f/w|$35|$30|$25|x|x|x|15/w|x|Y/N|
|Sportsbet|f/w|.01|.01|.005|x|x|x|25/w|8/d|N|
|Vipgame|p/w|.0002|.00015|x|x|x|x|15/w|30/w|N|
|YOLOdice|p/w|.00035|.00035|.00025|.00015|.00005|x|x|40/w|N|

I believe one of the signature campaigns has recently stopped so I would think it would be 18 signature campaigns.
Just saw your reply after posting, I believe match365 is the campaign which is ended (for now).

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ndnhc ran it, don’t know what happened to him, he was really nice.
I recollect participating in his campaigns as well. Really nice guy!

In 2013 some campaigns paid 2+ BTC a month Grin.
And there were Gambling sites like LukcyBit who held competitions very often and gave out gifts like the LuckyBitSilverCoin + BTC for the winners. Not sure if you remember what I'm referring to but I still have those coins as good memories on the forum. Thanks to you mate!

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November 14, 2019, 12:28:53 AM
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Now with the merit system and activity locks, older accounts have an advantage in terms of how much their signature space is valued. It'd be interesting to see how many of those personal signatures are rented or in any way paid for by third parties. Perhaps for legendary users with outstanding posts there's a considerable market even outside of the campaigns.
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November 14, 2019, 01:49:58 AM
Last edit: November 15, 2019, 06:00:08 AM by tranthidung
 #13

Now with the merit system and activity locks, older accounts have an advantage in terms of how much their signature space is valued. It'd be interesting to see how many of those personal signatures are rented or in any way paid for by third parties. Perhaps for legendary users with outstanding posts there's a considerable market even outside of the campaigns.
You made a very arbitrary comment, without evidence. I agreed that good posters have higher odds to be hired by third-party companies which don't officially promote in the forum through signature campaigns. Nevertheless it is worthy to note that those sort of users are very limited and most of them already took part in ChipMixer and other good campaigns.

The OP shows that there are 28% (28 users) of top 100 merited users have worn their personal signature. Now, let's me show you more details.

In descending orders, 29% of them simply wear their personal text, 25% of them wear their self-advertised signature (for their services, topics); 14.3% of them wear their donation address and the same percentage for the forum's 10th anniversary; 7% of them wear their personal sites. The rest three categories with 3.6% (~ 1 user) for each, wear their personal image, third-party signature and signature ban.

What we can see from the result?
Among the top 100 merited users, only 1 user have worn the signature of third-party company (Bybit) but I don't know it is a paid signature or not (I guess not).


Code:
. tab sigdetails

               sigdetails |      Freq.     Percent        Cum.
--------------------------+-----------------------------------
         10th anniversary |          4       14.29       14.29
         donation address |          4       14.29       28.57
           personal image |          1        3.57       32.14
           personal sites |          2        7.14       39.29
            personal text |          8       28.57       67.86
self-advertised signature |          7       25.00       92.86
            signature ban |          1        3.57       96.43
    third-party signature |          1        3.57      100.00
--------------------------+-----------------------------------
                    Total |         28      100.00

Details:
Code:
. list username signature sigdetails median p25 p75 min max if signature == "personal", abb(30)

     +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
     |            username   signature                  sigdetails   median   p25   p75   min   max |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
  2. |          fillippone    personal               personal text       47    33    63    23   113 |
  7. |         micgoossens    personal               personal text       25    24    38    16    62 |
  9. |              VB1001    personal            donation address       23    16    31     5    54 |
 11. |             theymos    personal            donation address       22    12    41     1   119 |
 14. |    loyvesmayfamilis    personal               signature ban       20     4    29     0    49 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 15. |              Veleor    personal            10th anniversary       17    12    23     2    81 |
 16. |            achow101    personal            donation address       17    10    29     1    60 |
 26. |          JayJuanGee    personal            donation address       13     7    16     3    57 |
 29. |       Carlton Banks    personal               personal text       12    10    18     7    60 |
 30. |        TheFuzzStone    personal   self-advertised signature       12     7    15     0    53 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 32. |          minerjones    personal   self-advertised signature       12     3    14     1    23 |
 33. |   Coding Enthusiast    personal   self-advertised signature       11     5    17     0    45 |
 38. |               chimk    personal            10th anniversary       10     5    13     3    30 |
 44. |             xtraelv    personal               personal text        9     3    18     0    47 |
 45. |              Goran_    personal       third-party signature        9     5    10     0    21 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 51. |        philipma1957    personal               personal text        8     5    12     2    26 |
 52. |              jojo69    personal               personal text        8     4    10     1    18 |
 57. |     Last of the V8s    personal              personal image        7     1    25     0    43 |
 58. |    krogothmanhattan    personal   self-advertised signature        7     3    10     0    28 |
 60. |            Jet Cash    personal              personal sites        6     3     9     0    16 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 78. |         Quickseller    personal               personal text        3     0     8     0    18 |
 81. |                 qwk    personal               personal text        2     1     5     0    10 |
 82. |                 Vod    personal              personal sites        2     1     4     0    14 |
 85. |             Alex_Sr    personal            10th anniversary        2     0     7     0    18 |
 87. |             OgNasty    personal   self-advertised signature        2     1     3     0     7 |
     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 96. | theyoungmillionaire    personal            10th anniversary        1     0     4     0    25 |
 99. |             nullius    personal   self-advertised signature        0     0     0     0     3 |
100. |           ICOEthics    personal   self-advertised signature        0     0     1     0     8 |
     +----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

* @loyvesmayfamilis: has a signature ban that has not yet expired.


By the way, I think you'd be a good candidate for Chipmixer but obviously I have no say in the matter.  When a spot does open up, there are usually a lot of really good applicants and DarkStar has to choose someone.  Don't feel bad about the rejections and my advice is to just keep trying when spots open up.
It is my honor to have a very good feedback from you. It give me more strength and belief to keep doing good things that I have continuously made since late of the January of 2018. Who knows, someday I might be on ChipMixer.

Good attitude changes our lives (I should limit to my life but I think it is right for all). In January of 2018, I did not believe that I can rank up to the Full Member rank but today looking back I have been a Hero member and I definitely know I will rank up to the Legendary rank (just a matter of time, merit requirement does not a matter with me). Now, my targets naturally raise higher. I want to participate in the ChipMixer campaign.

In a summary, for newbies, I would say:

Good attitude --- Knowledge increases --- Good posts --- More merits --- Higher ranks --- Higher income (from signature, that is a privilege, not a rights) --- Top ranks --- Top signature campaigns --- Higher reputation.

Merits --- Ranks --- Income: It is a very interesting cycle.




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