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    Kargai got a reaction from Dhg2512 in What are you currently reading?   
    @Carollzinha @Katarina & @kurian (korean Dan Brown fan confirmed) : I read "Da Vinci Code" last year too, was a nice one. After that one i decided to add more Dan Brown in my wishlist but don't have read any other since that.
    Same with Paulo Coelho, "The Alchemist" is really nice I re-read the book every 2-3 years. I also read "By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept", "The Zahir" (reading it right now),"Manuscript Found in Accra" & "The Pilgrimage" but they are lot less impactful.
    For those who like "The Alchemist", i can recommend you "The prophet" by Kalid Gibran and "Siddartha" by Herman Hesse. They are a nice triptych (one more catholic oriented, the other more muslim, the 3rd more buddhist).
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    Kargai got a reaction from Yardjockey252 in What are you currently reading?   
    Some might know that i'm a bookworm. I read around 50-60 books a year, own probably around 1000+ books and had read more than that.

    I'm always interested to made some new discoveries so I start this thread for you to share what's your favorite readings ever or what you are currently reading. Feed my braaaaaaaaaain !
    Currently i'm reading a really fascinating book, full of great insights, called "The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance" by Steven Kotler. The Rise of Superman is full of scientific explanations about why flow helps athletes perform at their peak, why this is on the upswing in recent decades, and how almost anybody can better tap their ultimate potential.

    Difficult to choose a favorite one since i like to read about multiples subjects (neuroscience, history, biography, fantasy, comics, self development, diet, sports, asian culture, ...) but some have marked or shaped me over the years :
    The Dark Tower cycle by Stephen King Lord of the Rings by Tolkien Losing my Virginity, the autobiography of Richard Branson The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzō  The Art of War by Sun Tzu Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Man's search for meaning by Viktor Frankl Total Recall, biography of Arnold Schwarzenegger Walden by Henry David Thoreau The China Study by T. Colin Campbell ... just to name a few.
    Don't know if we have a lot of readers here, but if it's the case ...

  3. Bitcoin
    Kargai got a reaction from Seyed64 in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
  4. Haha
    Kargai got a reaction from Gamblingcrypto in What are you currently reading?   
    Some might know that i'm a bookworm. I read around 50-60 books a year, own probably around 1000+ books and had read more than that.

    I'm always interested to made some new discoveries so I start this thread for you to share what's your favorite readings ever or what you are currently reading. Feed my braaaaaaaaaain !
    Currently i'm reading a really fascinating book, full of great insights, called "The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance" by Steven Kotler. The Rise of Superman is full of scientific explanations about why flow helps athletes perform at their peak, why this is on the upswing in recent decades, and how almost anybody can better tap their ultimate potential.

    Difficult to choose a favorite one since i like to read about multiples subjects (neuroscience, history, biography, fantasy, comics, self development, diet, sports, asian culture, ...) but some have marked or shaped me over the years :
    The Dark Tower cycle by Stephen King Lord of the Rings by Tolkien Losing my Virginity, the autobiography of Richard Branson The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzō  The Art of War by Sun Tzu Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Man's search for meaning by Viktor Frankl Total Recall, biography of Arnold Schwarzenegger Walden by Henry David Thoreau The China Study by T. Colin Campbell ... just to name a few.
    Don't know if we have a lot of readers here, but if it's the case ...

  5. Haha
    Kargai got a reaction from Baqee in Do you friend and family know how much BTC you have ?   
    Only 1-2 of my friends know that i own some cryptos, my family and the rest of my entourage are not at all about internet stuff so i prefer not to tell them. Will be useless anyway, i work in a web company for almost 10 years and my parents still think i'm "playing online" ^^
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    Kargai got a reaction from HTRN in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
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    Kargai got a reaction from seanwattson in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
  8. Haha
    Kargai got a reaction from LuckyP in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
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    Kargai got a reaction from MADME in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
  10. Thanks
    Kargai got a reaction from Jakubb in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
  11. Payday
    Kargai got a reaction from viktormaoy in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
  12. Love
    Kargai got a reaction from DariusBrasov in What are you currently reading?   
    I read "Farenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury not so long ago (great book). I had read "Running Man" by S.King "Brave New World" already but it was like ...15 years ago, i forget a lot about it, I probably need to re-read it  I must have "The road" and "1984" somewhere in a box but still didn't found the time to read them.
  13. Wow
    Kargai got a reaction from alnangloy11 in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
    ******************
     
    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
  14. Thanks
    Kargai got a reaction from Brainy in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
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    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
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    Kargai got a reaction from Dan in Thoughts on Donald Trump?   
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    Kargai got a reaction from Mahdirakib87 in How to reward valuable members?   
    How to reward valuable members?
    Stake's forum is becoming bigger and bigger with time, we have now more than 1650 members and 35.000+ posts after 4 months. And it's just the beginning. Sometimes you'll find something really interesting (thread, post, information, advice, strategy, ...) and the point of this thread is to present you all the different ways you have at your disposal to reward the author.
     
    1. By thanking the person and contributing meaningfully
    Ok, it can sound dumb but it's the most basic reward that some tend to forget. Nobody have to share his knowledge here, most don't and are here only for the giveaways and the games. But when someone take some times to publish something in the community, it is a way of contributing to its expansion. So it's for the greater good of everyone.
    More the forum is active and filled with quality posts, more people will join us and their interventions will be guided by YOURS. If they see a great and positive community they'll act the same, if they see a bunch of inappropriate behaviours only those who want act the same will register.
    Plus: More members = more players and at the end more we will be able to reward users (you).
     
    2. By using our reputation system
    The reputation system is a way for you to express your feeling about a post. It's supposed to be meaningful since it help other members to recognise who is trustworthy and a great contributor of the forum. The reputation points help the newbie to know quickly who to turn to when he need help. And when you receive the VIP tag, it's a responsibility as much as a reward. That's why they are given (or retired) manually by @Dan.
     
    3. By offering a "gift"
    There is plenty of ideas here!
    You can pay his/her ticket in one of the lottery, you can send him some dust altcoins you don't use anymore on an exchange or a wallet, you can dedicate and create a thread about the user, you can offer a signature or an avatar (if you are web designer), you can offer a service or any help which he might need. 
     
    4. By sending a tip
    Some of you may wish to thank a member in a different way by sharing some of their gains. After all we are on a gambling site and the point is to play to win, a little help is always a nice bonus. Especially on the forum where the tip can be only 1000 satoshi if you want it.
    Plus they are the ones which indirectly help you to publish more by creating new content. You can view it as a way to share with them a part from what they made you earn. A sort of virtuous cycle where you motivate them to put more good content here.
    And if you don't have a balance to tip here i'm sure no one will blame you for giving a tip in the game itself (even if 10k minimum is a little more harder to send)
     
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    That's it, you have all the tools in your hands to create a great community where everyone contribute to a positive ecosystem. And doing so, you will help yourself by harvesting the fruits of your labour via a good atmosphere and some coins.
     
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    Kargai reacted to irawk0 in Chat Rules   
    Just FYI, there's nothing in the rules regarding passive/asking rainbot for rains. Could you please add that? Today at 8am PST (currently) there are over 1000 players in chat and I haven't seen a single staff in the english chat room, and the passives/rain begging is going insane -.-
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    Kargai got a reaction from ScooterPi in What are you currently reading?   
    Just finished A Critique of the New Commonplaces by Jacques Ellul, a french philosopher and sociologist who also he authored 58 books and more than a thousand articles over his lifetime, many of which discussed propaganda, the impact of technology on society, and the interaction between religion and politics.

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    Kargai got a reaction from Bojana in Support - Feedback   
    Love you all the support girl team, especially the new one ... Darka and her wild wig

    wth gif is not working, so the link is https://media.giphy.com/media/gMl3DS0YDkIsU/giphy.gif
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    Kargai got a reaction from Katarina in What are you currently reading?   
    Sometimes Support probably need to read some decent stuff to clear their minds from all the weirdos who contact them all day long 😁
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    You like porn between hamsters ? You weirdo.

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    Kargai got a reaction from rkczilla in Which drug makes you the best "Gambler"?   
    Fresh air
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    Kargai got a reaction from Bojana in Which drug makes you the best "Gambler"?   
    Fresh air
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    Kargai got a reaction from Katarina in Animals   
    Emu

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