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June 15, 2017, 11:52:57 AM
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There are limited, acceptable ways of posting a referral rink. The only way that I am aware, is when it is in response to a question asked.
So this is not acceptable in my opinion.

I feel the same. Thanks.

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For example, if in a 14 day period you post 14 posts, you gain +14 activity.
If you post 2 posts in a 14 day period, you gain +2 activity.

mprep, is this process of earning activity outdated?
I was under the impression that if you post even once in a 14day period, you still gain +14 activity.

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Can i copy and translate it in philippine language ? I just want to enlighten my fellow newbies out there.
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Can i copy and translate it in philippine language ? I just want to enlighten my fellow newbies out there.
Of course you can do it.

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June 22, 2017, 11:57:25 AM
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  -snip-

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For example, if in a 14 day period you post 14 posts, you gain +14 activity.
If you post 2 posts in a 14 day period, you gain +2 activity.

mprep, is this process of earning activity outdated?
I was under the impression that if you post even once in a 14day period, you still gain +14 activity.

You only get 14 points by posting once *if* your post count is higher than activity by at least 13. See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178608.msg19709435#msg19709435. It may not be the best explanation out there, but I think you can at least understand the process.

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For example, if in a 14 day period you post 14 posts, you gain +14 activity.
If you post 2 posts in a 14 day period, you gain +2 activity.

mprep, is this process of earning activity outdated?
I was under the impression that if you post even once in a 14day period, you still gain +14 activity.

You only get 14 points by posting once *if* your post count is higher than activity by at least 13. See https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178608.msg19709435#msg19709435. It may not be the best explanation out there, but I think you can at least understand the process.

My bad. Got confused with the terms ''activity'' and accumulated activity points. Thank you once again, the link you posted that shows different scenarios summed it all. Smiley

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June 26, 2017, 02:17:54 PM
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Updated the thread posting guidelines with the new boards (as well as corrected one of the old ones), added 2 questions to the FAQ (since it's getting annoying answering these):

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Collectibles (child board of Goods) - Trades of physical collectible items ("Including physical Bitcoin coins" as the board's subtext states). If you are selling these collectibles on another site (e.g. have an online store), it doesn't belong here.

<...>

Digital goods (child board of Goods) - Trades of digital goods on-forum for Bitcoin (except for invites and accounts). If you are selling goods on another site (e.g. have an online store), it doesn't belong here.

Invites & Accounts (child board of Digital goods) - Trades of site invites and accounts. If you are selling accounts on another site (e.g. have an online store), it doesn't belong here.

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Gambling discussion (child board of Gambling) - "Discussion of sports games and other gambling-related topics which are separate from games and services themselves. ".

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Web Wallets (child board of Service Discussion) - "Discussion about online wallets.". This includes client-side Javascript based wallets like Blockchain.info, as well as exchange accounts that double as a wallet like Coinbase.

Exchanges (child board of Service Discussion) - "Discussion about specific exchanges, Bitcoin ATMs, and Bitcoin debit cards. ". Emphasis on Bitcoin - discussions about altcoin issues on exchanges don't belong here.

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Alternate cryptocurrencies and it's child boards - "Discussion of cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin. Note that discussion of how these currencies *relate to* Bitcoin may fit in other categories. "

Section: Alternate cryptocurrencies

Altcoin Discussion - "Discussion of cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin. Note that discussion of how these currencies *relate to* Bitcoin may fit in other categories. ". Generic coin discussion threads or discussion about altcoin prices do not belong here.

Announcements (Altcoins) - Altcoin announcements, generic (usually announcement like) coin discussion threads. If a cryptocurrency token (e.g. token on a altcoin's blockchain) is much more similar to a new coin (new technology, actual funtional purpose, etc.) rather than a conventional investment (stocks, shares, etc.), it belongs here.

Mining (Altcoins) - Altcoin mining discussion. This includes discussion of PoW mining, PoS staking as well as other mining-like activity (e.g. dedicated devices, software, troubleshooting etc.).

Pools (Altcoins) (child board of Mining (Altcoins)) - Discussion and announcements of altcoin mining pools.

Marketplace (Altcoins) -  On-forum sale of goods and services either altcoin related or sold for altcoins. This includes bounties, advertisement campaigns, dedicated ICO threads, announcement of external giveaways (that do NOT require posting on Bitcointalk), etc. If your cryptocurrency token is more of a traditional investment (e.g. stocks, shares) rather than a new coin, the ANN thread belongs here.

Service Announcements (Altcoins) (child board of Marketplace (Altcoins)) - Announcement of external services that are directly related to or accept altcoins.

Service Discussion (Altcoins) (child board of Marketplace (Altcoins)) - Discussion of altcoin services (both external and on-forum).

Speculation (Altcoins) - Discussion about altcoin prices. This includes discussion about portfolios ("what altcoins are you holding?"), price predictions ("is coin X going to reach 10$ next week?" or "why is this coin's price so low?") and general speculation ("are the altcoin markets crashing?").

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Q: I'm a newbie and I really need to be able to post images for <insert any reason here>. Is there any way I can bypass these restrictions?
A: Aside from having the thread posted by a user who is not a newbie or continuing to post until you become Jr. Member, nope.

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Q: Can I enable self-moderation on an already existing thread?
A: No. Just lock the old thread and start a new one with self-moderation enabled in "Additional Options... ".


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July 05, 2017, 04:20:37 PM
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Can i copy and translate it in philippine language ? I just want to enlighten my fellow newbies out there.

Were you able to translate it in Filipino language? That would be very convenient for those who are not really inclined in English.

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July 07, 2017, 01:52:37 AM
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So I do not understand how this thread,

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1736067.0
"★★ SWIM's Cannabis Seed Service ★★ Worldwide Delivery ★★ 420 Sale ★★"


is allowed on the fourm because it breaks rule 17 I feel like...

17. Trading of goods that are illegal in the seller's or buyer's country is forbidden.


Can someone clarify?

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July 07, 2017, 06:53:41 AM
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So I do not understand how this thread,

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1736067.0
"★★ SWIM's Cannabis Seed Service ★★ Worldwide Delivery ★★ 420 Sale ★★"


is allowed on the fourm because it breaks rule 17 I feel like...

17. Trading of goods that are illegal in the seller's or buyer's country is forbidden.


Can someone clarify?

IANAL, but you know cannabis seed isn't the same thing as cannabis plant material.  Depending on how laws are written in varying jurisdictions, it may not be illegal even in places where cannabis plant material is illegal.

Even the OP of that thread you linked to has a disclaimer saying that buyers should check out the legal situation where they live before purchasing.

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July 07, 2017, 08:12:55 AM
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So I do not understand how this thread,

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1736067.0
"★★ SWIM's Cannabis Seed Service ★★ Worldwide Delivery ★★ 420 Sale ★★"


is allowed on the fourm because it breaks rule 17 I feel like...

17. Trading of goods that are illegal in the seller's or buyer's country is forbidden.


Can someone clarify?

Cannabis seeds are legal in many States/countries so it's fine as long as he's not shipping them to countries where it's illegal.

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July 07, 2017, 08:43:02 AM
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So I do not understand how this thread,

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1736067.0
"★★ SWIM's Cannabis Seed Service ★★ Worldwide Delivery ★★ 420 Sale ★★"


is allowed on the fourm because it breaks rule 17 I feel like...

17. Trading of goods that are illegal in the seller's or buyer's country is forbidden.


Can someone clarify?

Cannabis seeds are legal in many States/countries so it's fine as long as he's not shipping them to countries where it's illegal.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1736067.msg19942758#msg19942758

nothing.

no reply, no pm, nothing from customs indicating a seizure.



What is meant to be said other than what was mentioned before ?

Also it should be mentioned that there is "No Guarantee" as the majority of places are.

Give it a bit longer then contact SWIM.

I think that if they where legal than there would be no worry of having customs seize them? I also feel like "worldwide delivery" indicates that the OP suggests he will ship anywhere

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July 07, 2017, 10:04:59 AM
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Not necessarily. Customs can seize items to check what they are or because they need to pay taxes on them. What country were they shipped to? That's the only way to confirm if it's legal or not.

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July 25, 2017, 03:13:04 PM
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Good thread... Should be a mandatory read for every newbie
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July 27, 2017, 08:04:35 PM
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why my account is banned ? I have sent an email.but nobody answer me.

If you are currently banned you may only post in meta and only discuss your ban. Posts like this[1] are considered ban evasion and may get you banned even longer or forever. Open a dedicated thread and post which account was banned. A mod might be able to tell you the reason.

[1] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2049669.msg20429401#msg20429401

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Nice information. I actually expect this as I am new in the forum. I think this post will help me a lot. Tkanks

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August 05, 2017, 04:15:13 PM
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Hello,

Can I change my sig line to:

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Kanopool - The only pool with a 100% fee - "We stole $48k from our users!"

I realize this is an inflammatory statement, but it's based on Kano's remarks regarding unpaid 'dust' outlined in the thread below.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2067192

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Hello,

Can I change my sig line to:

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Kanopool - The only pool with a 100% fee - "We stole $48k from our users!"

I realize this is an inflammatory statement, but it's based on Kano's remarks regarding unpaid 'dust' outlined in the thread below.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2067192

Yes,  there's is no forum rule against it.

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Yes,  there's is no forum rule against it.

Fantastic, thanks for clearing that up.

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August 07, 2017, 07:39:43 AM
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Another question here, about the same dilemma.

I went to see if I could put a negative on Kano's trust measure, but it looks like it's based on how much was actually staked in the transaction.  Which for me, was a little bit of 'dust', about $1.37 at today's rates.  So if I understand correctly, this wouldn't have any measurable impact.

Is there such a process as a 'class action trust adjustment'?  So that someone, me or whoever, could act as a class representative ('dust' miners) and collectively adjust the trust amount by the total that was scammed?  Because by Kano's own admission, that's 16 BTC ($50,000+).  That would have a significant impact on his trust measure, and maybe that would compel him to finally (after THREE YEARS) start paying people the money owed to them. 

BTW, the very moment Kano fixes this I will remove all my negative posts about the subject.  He seems like a generally well regarded member, and I dislike getting down into the mud over this, but I do believe that people should be paid what they're owed.  So if the trust factor were to be adjusted as I described above, I would like to be able to reverse that if/when he finally gets his **** together.

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August 07, 2017, 09:35:36 AM
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Another question here, about the same dilemma.

I went to see if I could put a negative on Kano's trust measure, but it looks like it's based on how much was actually staked in the transaction.  Which for me, was a little bit of 'dust', about $1.37 at today's rates.  So if I understand correctly, this wouldn't have any measurable impact.

Its not, it depends on your standing within the community. In order for your trust ratings to have an impact on others (who see! your rating, not receive it), they must consider you trusted. Every member has their own trust list they can (and should) modify freely. If you never change anything about this, you are using the 'DefaultTrust' network, which is mapped with account with the same name.

Is there such a process as a 'class action trust adjustment'?  So that someone, me or whoever, could act as a class representative ('dust' miners) and collectively adjust the trust amount by the total that was scammed?  Because by Kano's own admission, that's 16 BTC ($50,000+).  That would have a significant impact on his trust measure, and maybe that would compel him to finally (after THREE YEARS) start paying people the money owed to them.

BTW, the very moment Kano fixes this I will remove all my negative posts about the subject.  He seems like a generally well regarded member, and I dislike getting down into the mud over this, but I do believe that people should be paid what they're owed.  So if the trust factor were to be adjusted as I described above, I would like to be able to reverse that if/when he finally gets his **** together.

You can open a thread in scam accusation and ask for help from those more trusted than yourself. Make sure you read that sections stickies first as it will give you some good tipps on how to approach this. Others could chime in, but usually if you can present sufficient proof on behalf of the group that would be enough.

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