Wednesday, December 27, 2017

AsiaKO.com

Come on, AsiaKO.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article, dated October 17, 2017, is titled: "2018: THE YEAR OF THE CRYPTOCURRENCY CRAZE"

A WIRED article from December 16, 2017, is titled: "2018: THE YEAR OF THE CRYPTOCURRENCY CRAZE"

Your opening:
Every successful new technology undergoes a Cambrian Era-style explosion of growth in which we try to use it for everything. Email, search, social networking—each passed through its “this will solve all our problems!” phase before we figured out what its best applications and limitations were. With the Bitcoin bubble testing astronomical prices every day, cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology that drives them are now taking their turn in this one-tech-fits-all role.
The opening from the Wired article:
Every successful new technology undergoes a Cambrian Era-style explosion of growth in which we try to use it for everything. Email, search, social networking—each passed through its “this will solve all our problems!” phase before we figured out what its best applications and limitations were. With the Bitcoin bubble testing astronomical prices every day, cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology that drives them are now taking their turn in this one-tech-fits-all role.
Your post has an embedded link for a different WIRED article which was published December 6, which means the "October 17" date next to your byline was fudged.  So you're using somebody else's content, plus your site has AdSense ads?  That's just sketchy.