so I recently added the jsecoin code to my site, because I realized you made the new change for when a site has users stay longer on the site, there are higher awards. The site that is above has arond 18 minutes average per user, and although the first day, I earned around 3x more jsecoin than my unique visitors. The 2nd and 3rd day I earned less than 1 jsecoin per unique visitor.
The first day we launched the changes there was an imbalance in the algorithm that meant that publishers with a lot of desktop traffic were earning a lot more than publishers with mobile traffic. We’ve been tweaking it pretty much every day since and publisher earnings have been a bit volatile. We are trying to balance it so that it’s fair and evenly distributed across the network. However every time we change something there are going to be some publishers that earn more and some that earn less because of the fixed distribution. We want to reward sites that have genuine traffic and engaged users more than sites where traffic bounces or comes and goes very quickly. There is added value to the mining pool for time on site and this should be rewarded too in our opinion. It’s still a work in progress and probably something that will be under constant development and continual improvement for the foreseeable future.
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