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Questions that should be directed to customer service of service providers should be off topic

That's a great suggestion. How about: Questions seeking help for restoring user accounts or other matters concerning your customer relationship with a company should be directed at the respective ...
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Is it possible to get a chosen answer changed?

The asker is the only one that can accept or unaccept an answer to indicate which was most useful to them. You could: Comment on the accepted answer to indicate that it is outdated and request that ...
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Add "future market values" to close reason

I also think that's a good idea. I've created a new close reason in line with Greg's suggestion. @Nick could you please deactivate the old one, then activate the new one? I can't approve it myself.
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Prerequisite readings for users

That's a good point you are making. I didn't realize until now that there are no pointers on introductory information in our help-center. It would be a good idea to create a page for that! Until we ...
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Implementing LaTeX?

This is declined, for now - but we're happy to revisit the idea if you're able to show us a decently-sized group of posts that would have been significantly better if it had been enabled. If you've ...
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How can we clearly say what is or is not a question?

Good questions: Specify a clear topic that allows other participants to gauge what would constitute an encompassing answer. Show that the asker has spent some minimal effort to try to find an ...
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Any plans for bitcoin documentation?

This won't happen, at least not in the near future. Yesterday, Stack Overflow (the company) has announced that they will phase out Stack Overflow Documentation. So it's highly unlikely it's coming to ...
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Any plans for bitcoin documentation?

welcome to Bitcoin.Stackexchange.com. I'm not familiar with the "wiki on Stackoverflow". Are you referring to the tag wikis? On Bitcoin.SE, there are a few tag wikis, but unfortunately, at this time ...
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Is it possible to get a chosen answer changed?

The accepted answer can only be changed by the question asker. You will need to find a way to contact the user who asked that question and ask them to change the accepted answer.
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Auto tweeting activity

Activity is auto-tweeted on this account: https://twitter.com/stackbitcoin
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Canned responses

I use the AutoReviewComments script for some of the responses that come up again and again: https://stackapps.com/questions/2116/autoreviewcomments-pro-forma-comments-for-se
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Option to migrate to Ethereum SE, Monero SE and IOTA SE

I think Ethereum would be a good candidate for a migration. There is no ripple SE site, perhaps you meant Monero? Note that Monero is still in Beta and thus can't be added as a migration ...
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How can we clearly say what is or is not a question?

I think we can all agree that just adding a question mark to the end of this (and the post it refers to) does not make it a question: It's also possible to have a question that has no question marks: ...
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How come I can't put math equations in my questions or answers?

The mathematical symbols you're seeing are generated by MathJax. MathJax is a client-side Javascript library; it increases page load times, so that's why it's not enabled on every SE site. How do you ...
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How come I can't put math equations in my questions or answers?

We could, but the people at stack overflow don't want to unless it's really necessary, because it tends to slow down page loads a lot. I think most questions don't require the kind of complex math ...
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How could our "Off-Topic close reasons" be improved? What would be another useful one?

Is there enough space for?: Questions regarding the legal side of the use of Bitcoin are off-topic as the answers depending on the local jurisdiction are unlikely to be helpful to others Law ...
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How could our "Off-Topic close reasons" be improved? What would be another useful one?

I have suggested improving Questions seeking product or service recommentadations are off-topic because they tend to become obsolete quickly. Instead, describe your situation and the specific ...
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This site should be renamed

Since bitcoin is the first blockchain application, you should not consider a rebranding to Crypto-Currencies but rather to Blockchain. A blockchain Stack Exchange network site could benefit from a lot ...
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This site should be renamed

At the time the decision was made to name the site "Bitcoin", Bitcoin was the dominant crypto-currency. That is still the case. So it really comes down to whether you agree with the original ...
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