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I mean no disrespect, but come on... who are you trying to fool here ?

you spent 59 USD to purchase this template on themeforest:

and remodeled it to OKCash (max 2 mandays)

that's far away from your 2 million dollar plan.

Thank you for clarifying,
I'm new here but I'm a believer in this project which is why I put in the work to do my share for the community.
As many others, I was really excited to check out the new website upon launch yesterday - it was refreshing !

Yet some things caught my eye and I just couldn't let it slide, I thought the web developers could benefit from a few comments:

1. "Best ofCrypto" (There is a space missing)

2. Google speedtest is ranking poorly:

  • Most concerning: Image compression

  • CSS & JS Minification is a big deal these days

3. Which brings me to my last point but extremely important, it's all well and good to have a new website, but to change top level domain is taking the migration complications to a whole new level. Where do I get started, uuh uuh... Ok ! All OKCash sellers are still promoting the old website, all the news articles that have been issued for OKCash no longer have the lastest visual representation of OKCash! The list goes on but I think you get the idea...

Maybe "Google webmaster tools" will come in handy to ask Google to crawl the new site.
Here is what Google has on the new site so far:

4. Another thing which I find important from a UX standpoint, I actually bought OKCash coins because your previous website  (okcash.co) actually showed all the exchange's websites, it was also an important social currency for acquiring a certain trust among new adopters of OKCash.

Current UX scenario: User checks out the site -> picks up interest ->decides to buy some -> keeps searching the site for exchanges -> can't find them -> leaves with no sense of direction!

[EDIT #2]
The fonts for the site are missing, which is why it's all over the place, some have serif, some sans-serif, some impact, etc.. -> reason for this is Open-Sans is missing in your font folder: http://okcash.io/fonts/

You can download it there:
Okcash Discussion / Wikipedia & OKCash
September 18, 2017, 06:29:34 am
So, I was minding my own business on the internet, reading through different coins etc etc... and I noticed something that really caught my attention.

OKCash is not on Wikipedia (Yet), I believe it is up to us the community to push this through, it'll raise awareness to the broader audience.

Check this out, at IOTA they got the ball rolling:

Let's do it ! Who's with me !