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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.
Hi Michelle, if you are doing other things you can try pulling the browser tab off in to a new window. This will stop it slowing down when you switch tabs.
It depends on how your website works. If you have a template file you can just add it to the footer and it will automatically run on each page. If you are using wordpress you can use the JSEcoin plugin and it will automatically add it to the footer of each page. If you are using static html files with no template or server side includes then it will need to be added to each page individually if you want it to run on each page.
Each hash gets you entered into a lottery based system. There are 1440 coins distributed to the publishers each day. And there is roughly 10 million unique visitors a day at the moment so the coins are distributed quite widely across the publisher base. So what I am trying to say is that there is no direct fixed amount like 1 hash = 1 JSE. It depends on how many miners are online at the time when your visitor browsed and if your “lottery ticket” from the submitted hash is drawn as part of the 50 per block (30 second intervals between draws) that get rewarded with JSE.
Does this make sense? Not sure I’ve explained it particularly well. There’s some more info on mining rewards here: https://jsecoin.com/technical/
Yes this should be pretty easy to pull from the public ledger. I’ll see if John can add it to the blockchain explorer.
I’ll reply to these points individually.
1) We are working to get whitelisted with the antivirus and ad blocking companies. This is an ongoing process and we are putting together tools to flag early warnings and a formal CRM type system.
2) You will see the pop up on any site that is running the JSEcoin mining code. It’ll only show once per hour to stop it popping up on every page as a user browses through a site.
3) This is a good idea and might be something we will look at if/when we build out the advertising system. Potentially a user could choose whether to mine or have a banner added at the bottom of the page or something like that.
4/5) Translation is something we are working on. The new version of the platform has support for multiple languages. When this is released we will be looking to translate the whitepaper and platform. We still probably wont be able to offer support in anything other than English but this will be a good start.
5) Yes I did a quick walkthrough video that has proved quite popular so we will do some more of those and also record some team Q&A type sessions. We have to focus on the development at the moment and not get distracted but this is on the to do list.
Thanks for your comments and advice ツ
We are planning a pin number system which will work independently from the password as another level of security. This will be required to make a transfer or export coins. What we aren’t sure about is whether to leave the pin safety up to the customer, which could result in stuck funds or require a secondary email address for pin backup or do this via SMS.
It’s in development and will be released most likely with the next update.
We haven’t made any plans at this stage but I wouldn’t rule it out completely either. We have enough funds now to complete the platform and integrate a smart contract which is our current development plan. When we are closer to ICO we will calculate the costs involved (as these seem to change daily with the price of Bitcoin) and see if it would be beneficial/necessary to carry out another funding round prior to the ICO and exchange listing.
Bare in mind it wouldn’t be tracking user email addresses or private data. It’ll be a profile with information such as how much the mouse has moved, how much time is spent on each page. It wouldn’t be trying to identify a user personally, for example there would be no need to record any kind of identifying data such as names / addresses. Do you think users would still be concerned?
I think the privacy issue would be key but the data that was being tracked would be nothing like what is tracked by social networks / search engines etc.
I would imagine it will be highly correlated, in theory the more value there is to be gained from mining the more people will be drawn to the opportunity.
Sure I don’t see any reason to remove it as it’s a very popular feature of the platform.
Hi Ivan, that seems strange. Could you perhaps try a different browser to see if something is wrong with the browser?
If you can provide me with the email you used to sign up or your user ID we can check your account from here too.
There’s a contact form at https://jsecoin.com/contact/ to send this privately.
Hi Ivan, no this doesn’t seem normal. You should be getting earnings if there are hashes being found. Is this on the self-mining or the publisher side? Can you tell me a little bit more about what is happening?
Hi Ivan, it’s hard to diagnose the problem here. Were you logged in the whole time between the 24th and 7th? Probably best to log out and refresh the page or restart the device and see if that fixes the issue.December 7, 2017 at 11:14 am in reply to: This is unacceptable, the administration has taken the coins #4905
We checked your account history and you did not purchase the coins, they were transferred from account 18612 which was also suspended for publisher fraud.
Here are the stats:
Also caught up in this attempted scam were accounts 27094, 16325 all of which were linked accounts from the same IP sub-address with matching client patterns.
This was investigated back at the beginning of November.
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