Strange things are afoot at the Circle K...
There are some changes going on at Entrecard, least of which is the "above the fold" rule.
The rule was proposed that if your Entrecard widget does not appear above the fold (that is, without needing to scroll down at all), your account would then be in violation.
Thankfully, the rule has been amended to the "one page scroll" rule. This means that you are in compliance if your Entrecard widget appears after one page scroll. I'm not sure what effect the "above the fold" line would have created had they not amended it to a more sensible criterion.
I have a feeling some will be leaving after the recent changes are implemented. I'm not sure that I am absolutely comfortable with a "dob in a fellow blogger" Gestapo-type system of reward. Get someone reported and get credits! Get someone deleted and get thousands of credits!! It's not good mojo, good karma or good Feng Shui for that matter, it just leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
The system will be converting to a real cash economy - I will be interested to see how this turns out. You basically exchange your credits for cash and begin to sell ads on your widget. As I understand it, Entrecard will then pay you to buy your credits back. You can also sell credits through your dashboard. Hmm. Clear as mud. I would like to learn more and see how this will actually work.
It will be interesting to find out what others think about these changes at Entrecard.