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You may not cancel a bounty once it has been started. What happens when I start a bounty? … If the bounty was started by the question owner, and the question owner accepts an answer posted during the bounty period, and the bounty expires without an explicit award then we assume the bounty owner …
What is bounty? A bounty is a reputation reward you can put on a question to get it more attention for exactly one week. When should I place a bounty? … If you do not award the bounty within 24 hours of the bounty period ending, half the bounty value will be automatically awarded to the top voted answer posted after the bounty start, provided it has a …
to your answer: + full bounty amount one of your answers is awarded a bounty automatically: + half of the bounty amount (see more details about how bounties work) site association bonus: +100 on each … You lose reputation when: your question is voted down: −2 your answer is voted down: −2 you vote down an answer: −1 you place a bounty on a question: − full bounty amount one of your posts receives 6 …
If, despite your best efforts, you feel questions aren’t getting good answers, you can help by offering a bounty on any question more than two days old. …
has −1 or lower score has no answers is not locked has no active bounty ... or ... it was closed and migrated to a different site ...or... … has a score of 0 or less, or a score of 1 and a deleted owner has no answers has no active bounty is not locked has view count <= the age of the question in days times 1.5 has 1 or 0 comments isn't on …
with one or more upvotes (regardless of the answer's net score) It has multiple answers (even if they have no upvotes) It has an accepted answer It has an answer (that isn't deleted) with an awarded bounty
You can also vote up the question or set a bounty on it so the question gets more attention. …