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To answer the question from the title. “Uniques” are visits to your site from unique visitors. So if two different people visit your site from two different locations that will count as two uniques.
Hi Brandon, the rewards should go out after a 7 day pending period. You should see rewards showing in the pending tab at https://platform.jsecoin.com
Hi Mike which number was it you lost? Did you write down the back up code for 2fa or pin anywhere?
Avaya, the first payments went out Saturday. So you should be getting “rewards” showing in your transaction history on the dashboard at https://platform.jsecoin.com
That’s great, thank you Rob!
That did not work as well as I hoped. Screenshot here:
Good question, I think it’s hard to say for sure. There are certainly some investors that believe that Bitcoin’s model is perfect and any deviation away from that should be considered a bad thing. Personally I believe that proof of work is outdated and will eventually die out due to the competitive nature of the mining rewards providing an incentive for ever increasing power consumption. This is unsustainable in the long-term as we move closer to mainstream adoption in my opinion, although others may disagree and I have a cognitive bias because of being involved in this project.
Hi Christos, sorry for the delay. It would have been created already I expect. You should have seen this dialog box when logging in to the platform:-
Dave we have been a bit slow and had some problems doing the bounty campaign rewards this week. All Facebook, Twitter, Bitcointalk, article and videos are now done. We will have the meme competition finalized by end of play today. Apologies for the delay.
Thank you for the feedback! I’ll forward this on to the developer. This kind of information is priceless as it helps us improve the product with features that users actually want.
Anyone else got any suggestions?
I think probably if all goes well in a couple of weeks time. We did some testing yesterday and I can’t foresee any technical issues. We will have to take the platform offline for about an hour so it makes sense to do it when pushing out other updates I think. We will put out a blog notification and email with the exact date closer to the time so noone gets a surprise when they next log in.
Hi Tushar I hope you don’t mind me gatecrashing this thread by linking to it from the blog post.
So this is an interesting post in that it’s terrible advice but gives some insight in to a minority (I hope) of crypto-investors thought process.
We done a benefits/drawback analysis of this which I’ll post below.
We will raise more at ICO due to investor psychology
Mining rewards will “look” more significant
Strong support for this from the community (initial support, we will see how this thread goes 🙂
Post ICO trading will benefit ^investor psychology
If project was a success it would be easier to pay 3 JSE for a product than 0.03 JSE
Hassle, would need to reset the blockchain
Potentially need to retest large numbers with floating points / JS.
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Hi Josh, hashes found aren’t given much weight in the rewards algorithm because it’s too open to abuse (high powered mining gear). The rewards program for publishers is more based around uniques and opt-ins now although those earnings do still look on the high side compared to what I’d expect. The stats would suggest that users aren’t staying on the site for very long but it’s very low volume for a data sample and due to the random nature of finding hashes there is some variance involved. Also we have the difficulty for hashes set at 100x the settings for self-miners so there’s not going to be as many hashes submitted on the publisher side. Another reason the earnings are high is that we have just finished the double earnings one week period that we spoke about previously so earnings will go back to “normal”.
Internally I think there have been a few bugs and glitches, the rewards algorithm is still a work in progress but generally the update went pretty well. We are up to just under 4 million unique opt-in miners now. Live stats are on the blockchain explorer. We’ve got the anti-virus whitelistings that were important for the project (for the most part, still waiting on a few) and we’ve had mixed feedback from webmasters with the majority of it being positive. We have lost a significant amount of computation power and network volume but I think the volume that we did lose is from sites that had non-interactive users in the first place bot nets/ paid to click schemes etc. So the network traffic is “cleaner” and more genuine now which again is good for the project in the long-term.
Hi Wondering, we can’t retroactively credit referrals. For now the affiliate program is only open to: US,CA,GB,IE,AU,NZ,ZA
We are looking to open it up to new regions once we get the site and platform translated. We have basic translations now in place for the website. These need to be reviewed and edited because they are just Google API translations at the current time and readable but not accurate.
It’s not so much that we fear them as the fact I believe what they are doing is wrong.
We’ve seen them flag our project as malicious / malware / one even went as far as to claim they stopped an intrusion attack from our site.
This is ridiculous but we have to do something to “fix” it as we will lose potential investors / miners / users in the long-term if we don’t. If we can get whitelisted (and I think we will on the vast majority) then we will be in a unique position where we aren’t losing x% of users in this way. This will help us compete in the long-term as the industry grows.