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I would like to express my interest in becoming a moderator. Introduction My name is Mark, I am working on my M.Sc. in Computer Science with a focus on Automatic Speech Recognition and working as a part-time programmer. While I am neither a die-hard Bitcoin expert, nor a financial expert, I believe that I have achieved a solid understanding of Bitcoin. ...


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While I cannot compete with Murch's amazing contribution to this community, I do think we are in need of more moderators and as such I am volunteering as well to be a moderator for this community. What I have to offer I'm mostly a developer with tons of experience with Bitcoin. I mostly work with JavaScript and its Node.js component developing the backend ...


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Sorry to see you go Nick, I've only been here for a little while but I've seen you round a lot and you've done a lot of good work for the site. Best of luck for whatever you're moving on to


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Thank you for your work and best wishes to you in your life


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Thank you, Nick, for all of the time you have put into helping Bitcoin.SE, and best of luck in your future endeavors.


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I'm interested in joining the Bitcoin moderation team. I joined nine months after the public beta started; I've been part of Bitcoin.SE for almost two years now. I'm mostly interested in the technical background of Bitcoin, but I also like questions about the social and economic aspects. I'll be sorry to see these guys go. (Especially David Schwartz!) I hope ...


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I strongly believe in Stack Exchange/Stack Overflow based communities, and I'm especially passionate about distributed technologies such as Bitcoin. I've been a member of Stack Overflow since almost the very beginning, and was always interested in systems structured around measurable reputation. I must be honest, I do believe in a future where these ...


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Well, I am sorry to hear that. :-/ Thank you for all the work that you have put in.


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My usual procedure would be to only tackle topics that I feel reasonably sure about. However, it is acceptable to take a question as a point to start your own research in order to answer it. A lot of questions can be answered to the asker's satisfaction when one has a bit of background knowledge and knows where to find the remaining bits and pieces. Also, ...


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I'm a little late to the game here, as I tend to spend more time on the Bitcoin SE rather than the Bitcoin meta SE, but I would be interested in helping the Bitcoin SE community by being a moderator. Since discovering the Bitcoin SE, I have found it to be the most useful and structured place to get my questions answered, and I have answered many questions as ...


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I'm sad to see you go! Thanks for all your work.


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