I write this article as a "clarion call" on the management of our esteemed platform, read.cash to limit the number of publishable articles to maximum of five per day per writer.
This is very crucial and deemed necessary if the management is keen on realising the objective of creating the website and want potential sponsors to commit their funds on regular basis.
I can observe vividly that some unscrupulous elements on the platform are just interested in earning BCH, either by hook or crook.
In view of this, they've resulted to plagiarising other peoples work on read.cash, without minding the legal consequences the owners of the noble website could face from the original authors if such arise.
Some practitioners of this nefarious act are so myopic in their doings to the extent that they could not even edit what they've copied and dumped on read.cash.
I am forced to mention this writer, @Anuragjr who has published more than ten plagiarized and unedited articles just this morning.
My comments on some of the articles have justified his actions, else he should prove to us the articles are his original work.
Likewise, some community moderators are not helping read.cash. They are just allowing garbages in to the communities.
Yesterday, I rejected an article in a community as it is not fit to be accepted there based on the topic and content. Alas! within few minutes the article surfaced on the homepage.
Are we really serious at all? Are we helping read.cash or just parasiting it?
Please let's put all hands on the deck to ensure the success of this first-class blogging site. We shouldn't turn it to a dumping ground for toxic articles that can repel the outsiders away.
I hereby urge the management of read.cash to use its good office to deliberate on my opinion and possibly add it to its ongoing restructuring operations.
Long live read.cash!