Steem-Engine and Keychain Awareness
There's another site that's apparently hacked or just started abusing people who hand over posting keys. These dicks are using the wesbite steemengine dot net. It's a little confusing because they have steemengine in the name, which is not the same as Steem-engine.com, similar to how John Doe is not the same as JOHN DOE and George Micheal is not the same as Micheal George. Punctuation, spelling, and web urls matters. All grammar matters.
The bad steem engine currently abusing people is steemengine.
The good steem engine trying to allow you to trade anything you want is https://steem-engine.com
The bad steem engine asks you to input your keys.
The good steem engine encourages you to use steem keychain, and allows steem connect (STEEEEEMMMM CONNNEECCCCTTTTT) as a backup.
I strongly advise you to stay away from websites that ask you for your keys. Just like I'd strongly advise you to not shop at stores that ask you for your legal name, bank account, and passphrase.
If they need keys then i strongly encourage you to give them posting authority because that can be revoked.
Matt, I and Stoodkev built keychain so this kinda shit won't happen. Please use it, and for the love of god don't share your keys with websites.
to be clear nothing bad is effecting steem-engine.com. People are going to the wrong site and foolishly giving over their keys. I'm just providing a common sense warning.