The general idea makes sense: offering individuals money to vote on stories on Digg.com increases the chance that a story makes it to the Digg front page and attracts a ton of traffic. Spammers could profit from it, as could bloggers who are desperate for attention or folks seeking to manipulate stock prices.
User/submitter offers diggers 10 dollar cents per vote, while publishers are charged a $20 set-up fee per story as well as $1 per vote.
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