Moderators, I made 4 posts in 3 days asking valid questions. Why are you restricting my account??

solarguy

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By the way, your valid questions over on DashPay sounded a lot like concern trolling. And then when you and I attempted to have an adult conversation about the events, you dropped the f-bomb right after we talked about how the f-bomb is just not allowed.

So, you use the f-bomb, repeatedly, and then you complain about unfairness when you get banned. Your response was, "YEAH, but that other guy...blah blah blah."

Don't worry about some other guy, worry about yourself first. Act professional. Talk professional. Think about how tone come across in print.
 

solarguy

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So is it in the plans of the moderators to ban free speech here?
Or is it the F-bomb that hurts, and free speech is still allowed provided no F-bombs are throwed?
I am all in favor of rigorous and free discussion, provided it is done in a professional manner. The f-bomb is a deal breaker, as is obvious trolling. Borderline stuff I am inclined to allow. Others draw the borderline in a more rigorous fashion. Kind of depends on the person and their history. If they have a long history of active participation and support of the Dash ecosystem, they get a little more leeway. If they just show up and start throwing muck (I am not referring to the OP) they get less leeway. If they have a long history of wanting to take the property of others without due recompense, they get less leeway. That would be you Demo, if you want me to draw the line in black and white.

Stealing other peoples' property is not cool.
 

intertan

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basing my opinion on what I am reading here but free speech is ok provided it is in a professional manor.
 

qwizzie

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I wasnt talking about Dash. I was talking about dollars.:p:D
http://www.tubereplay.com/replay.php?tqr=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLLL1KxpYMA&Submit=Replay

By the way, have a look of what is happening to monero.
https://monero.org/forks/
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/monero/
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/monero-original/
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/monero-classic/

Bitcoin forks, ethereum forks, monero forks. Dash not yet.
Why this is happening?
Isnt Dash important enough?
Actually people forked Dash a number of times already :

https://www.dashforcenews.com/two-new-coin-forks-copy-dash-innovations/

But these are not Dash forks due to large disagreements within the Dash community, these are clearly forks directed at either getting in on the popularity of Dash
(financial motives) or because they regnonice certain improvements that Dash have made and want to integrate that (governance system / second tier model).

Edit : (hard) forking can be dangerous by the way, just look at Monero :

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/05/...s-double-spends-orphaned-chains-21-block-deep
 
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