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December 23, 2014, 06:16:03 PM
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I want to help this community  Smiley

#1 start putting more thought into your posts

Hookers  Smiley

Why do you think the money from Mt. Gox have been invested into escort services?

No it won't  Wink

Why not? What makes you say that? How did you come to this conclusion?

Your posts are borring and borderline trolling. You just post your opinion, but without any arguments or reasons attached to them there is nothing to discuss. I tend to think that this is a discussion board.
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December 23, 2014, 07:03:02 PM
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I want to help this community  Smiley

#1 start putting more thought into your posts

Hookers  Smiley

Why do you think the money from Mt. Gox have been invested into escort services?

No it won't  Wink

Why not? What makes you say that? How did you come to this conclusion?

Your posts are borring and borderline trolling. You just post your opinion, but without any arguments or reasons attached to them there is nothing to discuss. I tend to think that this is a discussion board.

That is why he's been on ignore forever. Funny these people have no clue the abyss they fall into when they get ignored.

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December 24, 2014, 02:29:23 AM
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Great people doing great stuff Cheesy
There's a really dark side to these forums unfortunately. That's what comes out of paying people for doing basically nothing..
Sad because I love BTC and everything related.

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December 24, 2014, 05:04:28 AM
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Are people still collecting coins with sig posts? This place has always been kind of a dump lol.
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December 24, 2014, 07:40:25 AM
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I want to help this community  Smiley

#1 start putting more thought into your posts

Hookers  Smiley

Why do you think the money from Mt. Gox have been invested into escort services?

No it won't  Wink

Why not? What makes you say that? How did you come to this conclusion?

Your posts are borring and borderline trolling. You just post your opinion, but without any arguments or reasons attached to them there is nothing to discuss. I tend to think that this is a discussion board.

Because what I say is not an opinion, it's the truth  Smiley
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December 24, 2014, 10:00:58 AM
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I report any of these guys that I see and as someone on a sig campaign I do try my best not to make shit posts, most likely they're also trying to cheat the system and make multiple accounts because they tend to use the same writing style so they're probably doing it to try and make some quick coins.
I've noticed the same thing, I'm guessing it's one guy posting on many, many accounts. I get the feeling he likes to start threads too, all equally as inane.
Now I am curious as to what other forums even allow sig campaigns? I've never seen it or noticed it rather.
I like the little btc I make with my sig but I also have issue with the declining quality of the content here. Not a problem with me if sig campaigns go away. I'm not going anywhere, but I am more and more tempted to lay on the sarcasm when I suspect shit-posting. Makes for a bad atmosphere all around, plus it makes it appear to casual observers that the btc community are largely made up of 12 year old ESL students with aspergres syndrome.

Mostly it's too difficult for me to tell if they are post-fluffers or just honestly dumb. Truely vapid writing is not something I want to look at too intently. Kinda poisons one's creative well-spring.

I do know the user/users you speak of though, and I believe it has maybe come time to report on the most obvious and flagrant. Even though I don't like to because, who's to say I've got anything so spectacular to offer? I often misspeak and get stuff all turned backwards. I participate in idle banter and I am not especially knowledgable about btc (it's why I'm here in the first place)
So I guess I don't wanna judge too quick, because, this one poster, I just really feel sorry for him. What an incredibly dull mind. It seems like he's trying to be affable, he just has jack shit to say. Asks pointless questions too, in brand new threads. Know who I'm talking about? He goes by about 50 names lol.
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December 24, 2014, 10:59:19 AM
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You should pm me if that's the case. I don't promise an answer, or that I'll tell you what happens, but I will look into it.

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December 24, 2014, 11:52:34 AM
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I'll start writing down the various names. I regularly read one, think; "hmmm it's that guy again" then I look at name, always different.... I wonder if it's a sweatshop or gold mine rather, a bunch of guys and they rotate accounts so if you check the post history there's a variety of styles?
I was involved in a click fraud scheme against adsense back in 2011 or so. We all made a lot of money for a year or two, people had multiple accounts, no one ever got prosecuted, Google don't wanna admit it exists, and would have to expose all, including the algorithm they used to detect every detected fraudster, see? Really small time but fool proof in a lot of ways too. It's actually the first place I ever heard of btc.
Lol anyway, it opened my mind to these sorts of financial espionage. Just a bunch of college age jokers on IRC, for a few years, it's amazing what you can pull off without barely trying.
I'm making my list. You will see it soon.
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December 24, 2014, 12:08:49 PM
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I'll start writing down the various names. I regularly read one, think; "hmmm it's that guy again" then I look at name, always different.... I wonder if it's a sweatshop or gold mine rather, a bunch of guys and they rotate accounts so if you check the post history there's a variety of styles?

Are you sure it's not many different people and you're just incorrectly assuming they're all the same? If people are posting shit just report them via the report to mod button and they'll get dealt with.

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December 24, 2014, 04:06:34 PM
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I dunno it's just a giant sea of mind numbing slush... I'll report them... They certainly are all over the forum. And dedicated all-day posters... Makes me think there may be more going on that is behind the scenes,  some sort of organized manipulation perhaps? They could make a lot of BIG waves over in securities... Ugh!
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December 24, 2014, 04:46:38 PM
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I dunno it's just a giant sea of mind numbing slush... I'll report them... They certainly are all over the forum. And dedicated all-day posters... Makes me think there may be more going on that is behind the scenes,  some sort of organized manipulation perhaps? They could make a lot of BIG waves over in securities... Ugh!

I agree that the people who posts a lot of spam are very annoying, good to report them. However, the people who posts a lot of posts that contribute to the community (like me, I hope my posts are constructive, I have 600 more posts then my activity!) are fine in my opinion. There isn't anything going on behind the scenes for dedicated all-day posters, (at least in my case) we just have tons of time to waste.
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December 26, 2014, 12:59:04 PM
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I dunno it's just a giant sea of mind numbing slush... I'll report them... They certainly are all over the forum. And dedicated all-day posters... Makes me think there may be more going on that is behind the scenes,  some sort of organized manipulation perhaps? They could make a lot of BIG waves over in securities... Ugh!

I agree that the people who posts a lot of spam are very annoying, good to report them. However, the people who posts a lot of posts that contribute to the community (like me, I hope my posts are constructive, I have 600 more posts then my activity!) are fine in my opinion. There isn't anything going on behind the scenes for dedicated all-day posters, (at least in my case) we just have tons of time to waste.
Real spammers are distinctive and can have even 10 times more posts than activity. Last one I reported made over 100 posts in 2 days, all in the same thread...

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December 27, 2014, 08:06:58 AM
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who buys the accounts though? Is there any legitimate reason to buy an account?
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December 27, 2014, 08:17:08 AM
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who buys the accounts though? Is there any legitimate reason to buy an account?


Who? The same people that buy or are interested in bitcoin. The legitimate and most popular reasons people buy accounts are for signature campaigns which you can usually see a ROI within a month. Some people buy them to get a head start with their business and/or bypass newbie restrictions etc. Of course, that being said, sometimes people do buy them for nefarious reasons but those are rare and the community usually busts them before they've even had the chance to successfully scam.

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December 27, 2014, 01:32:53 PM
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I dunno it's just a giant sea of mind numbing slush... I'll report them... They certainly are all over the forum. And dedicated all-day posters... Makes me think there may be more going on that is behind the scenes,  some sort of organized manipulation perhaps? They could make a lot of BIG waves over in securities... Ugh!

I agree that the people who posts a lot of spam are very annoying, good to report them. However, the people who posts a lot of posts that contribute to the community (like me, I hope my posts are constructive, I have 600 more posts then my activity!) are fine in my opinion. There isn't anything going on behind the scenes for dedicated all-day posters, (at least in my case) we just have tons of time to waste.
Real spammers are distinctive and can have even 10 times more posts than activity. Last one I reported made over 100 posts in 2 days, all in the same thread...

Are you talking about Bruno in the BFL thread? Bruno is the only person I've seen that can effortlessly make hundreds of posts a day. Since he started attacking mining companies he's even more prolific. Funny thing is he claims that he has never mined a single Bitcoin! I think his profit is in the attack.  Wink

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December 27, 2014, 09:46:52 PM
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I dunno it's just a giant sea of mind numbing slush... I'll report them... They certainly are all over the forum. And dedicated all-day posters... Makes me think there may be more going on that is behind the scenes,  some sort of organized manipulation perhaps? They could make a lot of BIG waves over in securities... Ugh!

I agree that the people who posts a lot of spam are very annoying, good to report them. However, the people who posts a lot of posts that contribute to the community (like me, I hope my posts are constructive, I have 600 more posts then my activity!) are fine in my opinion. There isn't anything going on behind the scenes for dedicated all-day posters, (at least in my case) we just have tons of time to waste.
Real spammers are distinctive and can have even 10 times more posts than activity. Last one I reported made over 100 posts in 2 days, all in the same thread...

Are you talking about Bruno in the BFL thread? Bruno is the only person I've seen that can effortlessly make hundreds of posts a day. Since he started attacking mining companies he's even more prolific. Funny thing is he claims that he has never mined a single Bitcoin! I think his profit is in the attack.  Wink

I heard rumors that he's extorting money from companies with these attacks and was actually paid to stop months ago, when he disappeared from the forum, but these are probably just rumors.
The person I mentioned before wasn't Bruno, he at least writes proper English. That guy was simply spamming curses mixed with retarded slang.

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December 28, 2014, 04:02:46 AM
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I dunno it's just a giant sea of mind numbing slush... I'll report them... They certainly are all over the forum. And dedicated all-day posters... Makes me think there may be more going on that is behind the scenes,  some sort of organized manipulation perhaps? They could make a lot of BIG waves over in securities... Ugh!

I agree that the people who posts a lot of spam are very annoying, good to report them. However, the people who posts a lot of posts that contribute to the community (like me, I hope my posts are constructive, I have 600 more posts then my activity!) are fine in my opinion. There isn't anything going on behind the scenes for dedicated all-day posters, (at least in my case) we just have tons of time to waste.
Real spammers are distinctive and can have even 10 times more posts than activity. Last one I reported made over 100 posts in 2 days, all in the same thread...

Are you talking about Bruno in the BFL thread? Bruno is the only person I've seen that can effortlessly make hundreds of posts a day. Since he started attacking mining companies he's even more prolific. Funny thing is he claims that he has never mined a single Bitcoin! I think his profit is in the attack.  Wink

He reached escape velocity quite a while ago, it would take a full time mod to deal with his off topic posts so the only feasible solution for the mods is to ignore them.

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