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Firefox Quantum Tested

Mozilla have released their Firefox Quantum update and it’s pretty impressive. We have tested it with the publisher script and the self-mining and haven’t had any issues. Quantum does “feel” quicker thanks to the new browser engine. On the self-mining tests it’s hard to tell as so much is dependent on external factors but we…
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November 15, 2017 0

Official Bitcointalk ANN Thread

We have just launched our official Bitcointalk Announcement thread. This has become a rite of passage for every cryptocurrency and we have been working on the draft and getting everything in place for a long time. Bitcointalk was the original developers forum that Satoshi helped get setup. A lot of very influential and prominent figures…
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November 13, 2017 0

Thoughts on Decentralization

The JSEcoin system is currently fully centralized. We run a series of servers behind a load balancer. The Bitcoin network is decentralized meaning that there is no central authority or point of access. Anyone can run a node/server and this will connect to all the other nodes in a p2p network. Control over the system…
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November 11, 2017 0

November Newsletter

Welcome to JSEcoin’s November newsletter. It’s been another busy month and there have been some big improvements behind the scenes: The platform is now ready to scale up with multiple instances running behind a load balancer The system data is now more secure being saved on a Google Firebase DB The whitepaper has been updated…
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November 9, 2017 0

October 2017 Accounts

Key points from this months accounts: Just under $10,000 invested in JSE tokens Server costs increased due to higher volumes and data transfer costs Advertising costs stable   Management accounts (all figures USD)   Income Report   Year to date   $ $       Income     Token Crowdsale     USD  …
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November 7, 2017 0

Future Use Cases

Our primary ambition and end goal is to create a cryptocurrency that is adopted globally by a mainstream audience. Our best chance of getting to that stage is to produce a platform that is focused on the needs of webmasters and accessible to everyone. We intend to release merchant tools that will allow webmasters to…
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October 31, 2017 0

Tracking JSE earnings by UserID or SubID

It is possible to track earnings across your websites users by placing their user ID in the subid field and then using the API to query the balance. Here is a simple example written in PHP. <html> <head> </head> <body> <?php $users = array(“James”,”John”,”Tracey”,”Dave”); ?>// Standard JSEcoin publisher code, note the dynamic insertion of <?php…
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October 17, 2017 0

September 2017 Accounts

As part of our efforts to act transparently we will be publishing monthly accounts. Below you can see our P&L and balance sheet for September 2017. Key points Over $22,079 USD raised from pre-ICO investors Advertising costs are Facebook ads Server costs are higher than expected due to data transfer fees   Profit and Loss…
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October 9, 2017 0

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Let’s start positively with the good news. Users can now earn referrals from clicks through the privacy notification. If you see referrals in your account with the reference privacyCryptoLink or privacyLogoClick as a reference then this is where they have come from. It only seemed fair that if someone clicks on the notification and then…
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October 5, 2017 0

Changes To The Affiliate Program

In the next week we will be implementing the following changes to our affiliate referral program. Targeted Countries: US,CA,GB,IE,NZ,AU Payout: 3.5 JSE as standard, automatically adjusted for quality. Quality is based on the proportion of webmasters and investors referred and the user retention figures. Affiliates sending genuine traffic targeted at either webmasters or cryptocurrency investors…
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September 25, 2017 0