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June 12, 2018, 09:51:24 AM
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Throughout my stay on this forum I have observed one thing which to me is similar to the cheat that goes on in the real world.

In our countries, new graduates have to go through a lot before he/she gets employed especially by private companies all because they mostly require some years of working experience, mostly 3 years and above.

In cryptocurrency and on this forum, most signatute bounty campaigns requires participants to get to a certain rank, some surprisingly full rank and above.

I see this as a repetition of the real world cheat. What do you think too??
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June 12, 2018, 07:41:34 PM
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Not the best example because the rank requirements for campaigns is simply to minimize abuse from people with multiple accounts. While getting employed is more a matter of competence.
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June 12, 2018, 08:15:30 PM
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I agree with planetzebes, these are not the best of examples but if I relate to OPs examples you spoke of graduates getting experience to be ready for the real world but I think this is the complete opposite for cryptocurrencied as they get experience on the job and unlike getting better with time like a graduate,cryptos can go either way...either become better or become worse.

In cryptocurrency and on this forum, most signatute bounty campaigns requires participants to get to a certain rank, some surprisingly full rank and above.
This is simply to deter users from posting spam and also the signature space is more appealing for high ranked users than lower ranks which have limited styling styles and colors.
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June 13, 2018, 09:45:27 AM
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Throughout my stay on this forum I have observed one thing which to me is similar to the cheat that goes on in the real world.

In our countries, new graduates have to go through a lot before he/she gets employed especially by private companies all because they mostly require some years of working experience, mostly 3 years and above.

In cryptocurrency and on this forum, most signatute bounty campaigns requires participants to get to a certain rank, some surprisingly full rank and above.

I see this as a repetition of the real world cheat. What do you think too??


Is not an adequate metaphor:

a) You don't need to do bounty to rank up. In real world terms, you would not need to "work" and still would be able to get experience.
b) Campaigns are keen on upper ranks because they get more "add" space and a picture.
c) You can't "fake" workers in the real world, but you can do it in the forum, unfortunately.


 
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June 13, 2018, 03:18:14 PM
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Throughout my stay on this forum I have observed one thing which to me is similar to the cheat that goes on in the real world.

In our countries, new graduates have to go through a lot before he/she gets employed especially by private companies all because they mostly require some years of working experience, mostly 3 years and above.

In cryptocurrency and on this forum, most signatute bounty campaigns requires participants to get to a certain rank, some surprisingly full rank and above.

I see this as a repetition of the real world cheat. What do you think too??

How is that a "cheat" IRL? It's not wrong for a business to want a qualified employee.

Bounty campaigns on this forum should not be treated as or compared to a job in any way. This is the root of most problems here.
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June 14, 2018, 03:21:41 PM
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Throughout my stay on this forum I have observed one thing which to me is similar to the cheat that goes on in the real world.

In our countries, new graduates have to go through a lot before he/she gets employed especially by private companies all because they mostly require some years of working experience, mostly 3 years and above.

In cryptocurrency and on this forum, most signatute bounty campaigns requires participants to get to a certain rank, some surprisingly full rank and above.

I see this as a repetition of the real world cheat. What do you think too??
I think that it is similar to the real world. If the account has a high rank, it does not always mean that he writes so good and competent posts. This is due to the fact that the rank given for the number of posts, not for quality.
In my opinion, the rank must be confirmed at least quarterly, by receiving Merit.
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