Join 40,582 users and earn money for participation
read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 166,656.14).
You could get tips for writing articles and comments, which are paid in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) cryptocurrency,
which can be spent on the Internet or converted to your local money.
I don't know if you've encountered this one, but something fishy is going on here. This morning, I decided to check my notification for possible tips from the bot. Then there was one particular name on the notification that captured my attention. Unfortunately, before I could even check that comment, it suddenly went gone. I forgot the entire comment, but it somehow goes like this:
Hey, I like your article, so I am asking for your permission if I could translate it into Urdu.
I tried looking the comment everywhere in every article that I posted, but somehow, I couldn't find it. I will try it again later after work though using my computer as I was searching for it earlier using my phone.
I also read @Jane's post before that someone used her article and translated in Bengali, as well as @esciisc's post about some of her articles were being saved, and she's worried that some users might have used it to their benefits.
Then I ended up reading someone's post wherein most of that user's articles aren't his and from other read.cash users instead. He used others' posts and translated them into their own language, which is hard for us, the original authors, to get notified because they did not just copy our entire article, but even have the guts to translate it into their own language.
Although this might sound flattering coz some people think your article is worth to be translated, this is still a NO-NO to me, and I bet for some as well. First and foremost, most of the original content creators wrote stuff on their own. Unlike some users here who would just get some ideas online and rewrite them on their own, others write their article from scratch.
So, it's really not fun to see your article being used by others before you could even say no. Whether they have good intentions or not, copying an article is no excuse, especially because we are on a paying site.
How dare you translate an article without the author's consent?! Did that author really say it's okay to have his or her articles to be translated in your language? Did you even ask first? Because if you were going to ask me, it sucks!
I have an article before that was once plagiarized. Luckily, I got notified because they copied an entire article except for the first paragraph. You can read my article about that one here. Fortunately, when I emailed this to Simon, he immediately removed the plagiarized article and gave that user a warning.
I know writing can be tough sometimes, especially if you have no inspiration to write, but it's better not to write at all than copied others' articles for your own sake. And if you want to get some ideas on what topics to write, you can read my article Topics To Writeand use this for your future reference.
This is a blogging site and not a copying site. Again, YOU ARE SUPPOSED AND EXPECTED TO WRITE YOU OWN, NOT COPYING FROM OTHERS. So, please, for the second time, refrain yourself from doing this, and start writing on your own.
Anyway, to my fellow original content writers here, what's your opinion about this one. Do you think it's fine to have your articles to be translated into their language? Do you think I am just overreacting? Let me know your comments down below and see who's in favor and against my point of view.
You may also want to consider reading my other articles here: