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Could you take a look at our platform at https://jsecoin.com
It is quite different to the hidden background js-miners and I feel we are being unfairly bundled into the same basket.
We have never and will never take part in hidden background mining.
Users are complaining because the software is warning of trojans and malware on the platform and this clearly isn’t true.
> The URL is on blacklist because it contains js-miners.
> Sincerely yours,
> [name removed], Malware Analyst, Kaspersky Lab
> 39A/3 Leningradskoe Shosse, Moscow, 125212, Russia Tel./Fax: + 7 (495) 797 8700 http://www.kaspersky.com https://securelist.com
We haven’t documented this yet I’m afraid. They are mainly functions and variables from within the mining script I believe.
jseMineV2 is the function that controls the Crypto.API Sha256 hashing
jseTestNet is our internal testing stuff
jseStartMining connects and calls the block data
jseFadeOut fades the privacy notice gently like jquery’s fade function
The rest are mainly just data variables.
Sounds like a great idea. I think it should be possible to integrate with their push notifications. Has anyone used them before at high volume? Is the pricing plan actually 100% free?
Hi Aidan, I’ve not seen anything like that before. The mining takes a little while to start up so it might be worth refreshing the page, logging back in again and click the start mining button. Then give it at least 30 seconds for some data to come up in the console. You should see prehashes coming in, hashes being found and speed test data in the console as well as the graph that will move across the page.
Hi the update went through yesterday and hash rates went up dramatically because there is less data to calculate. We have capped it at 10k for the time being.
Hi that’s what happened. We rolled out this update yesterday: https://jsecoin.com/new-hashing-system-going-live-tomorrow/
The hash rates shot up because there is less data being used in the algorithm. This meant we were getting too many hash submissions to the server which was causing load problems and lagging. So we put a 10k limit on to stop multiple hashes getting submitted every seconds. There is no benefits to earnings for submitting more than one hash per block (30 seconds)
This is now live:
There are restrictions in place to limit the amount of computational power that can be used to make it fair for everyone. There would be no benefit to earnings for running simultaneously on multiple cores.
Hi everyone, so the response to this was mainly that it will cause more problems with privacy than it will solve, so for the time being we will stick to the current hashing algorithm.
Seems like the positive takeaway was having a mini-games section on the mining platform. This is something we will look at in the future.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond to the blog post.
We use Sendgrid for outgoing email, if you can send me the email addresses I’ll check the logs and find out why they didn’t go through.
Hi John, you don’t have to add an email address to the end of the link. You can leave it as it is or just add anything you want as a tracking variable which will be reported in your referrals page table.
Dan, the reason the referral didn’t go through was because it was from country code RO, Romania I believe? Currently we only credit referrals from these English speaking regions.
Accepted Countries: US,CA,GB,IE,AU,NZ,ZA
Hi yes Joseph is right in that 0.5-1 JSE/day is about right for the self-mining. There are 720 JSE tokens distributed each day to self-miners. You can see how many people have logged in that day on the mining page which will give a rough idea of what to expect with earnings. As time goes on I think more users will make it more and more competitive.
To answer Michelle’s question about more processor = more earnings. This is true up to a certain point. We limit the lottery entries to one user per 30 second block. There is little benefit in earnings to finding more than one hash per 30 seconds. If you can consistently find a hash in each block cycle you will be receiving the maximum available tokens. The reason we do this is to stop anyone rigging up really high powered hardware which would ruin it for everyone else.
Hi Joseph, yes it wont go through until that email is confirmed. Also if you are on the same external IP address i.e. in the same house it will get declined as a duplicate.
We had a user who developed his own chrome plugin but Google said that cryptocurrency mining was against their terms. We have a desktop app which will achieve the same thing which has actually been developed but we have put the release on hold until the next update is done because we don’t want to keep having to force update downloads on the app.