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March 1, 2019 at 3:33 pm in reply to: Blocked account, why and what to do to get an answer #8255
Hi, do you know why it was blocked?
If it was fake publisher traffic i.e. PTC, rotator, bots etc. then this would have been picked up and caused the account to be closed.
I can take a look at the stats and post here if you wish?
Yes but if you are both on the same IP address (same office or home network) then it wont go through. We have this in place to prevent users signing up multiple accounts to gain referral payments.
Standard payment for referrals from accepted geos is currently 300 JSE. Full details on the referrals page of the platform at https://platform.jsecoin.comFebruary 22, 2019 at 4:54 pm in reply to: question: unknown site listed in account publisher page? #8211
We had someone spam a bunch of random site id’s across the publisher network. Apologies for this, it was an annoyance more than a serious bug but we’ve put some measures in place to try and prevent this kind of thing in future.
It’s kind of a two step process. First is to purchase Bitcoin or Ethereum with cash or credit card. Sites like localbitcoins.com are good for this or coinbase for card payments. There will be a million youtube videos on how to use https://localbitcoins or https://coinbase.com
They are both fairly intuitive once you get past the ID checks with coinbase probably being the slightly more polished platform.
Step 2 is to trade bitcoin or ethereum for jse tokens. This is a little more complicated and you need to use a 3rd party exchange such as latoken or IDEX. There will be videos and tutorials for both of these exchanges but it can be a bit daunting to see the trading screens to start with.
I’d suggest starting with a really small amount and using it as a way to learn about buying/trading crypto. It’s one of those things where once you’ve done it once it seems much more natural and less complicated.
There’s also a walk through video I done of the exchanges which admittedly isn’t my finest work but might help somewhat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCSbQUqX6cQ&t=5s
“Of course having the options of “exactly” which positions are allowed should be a priority for JSE to implement as publishers need 100% control over the position of the floating/pushdown ads.”
This is now live with the latest update this afternoon. More info here: https://jsecoin.com/ad-exchange-update/
“I hope it won’t take weeks to create the ad codes for website owners to use. For now for many users it is not possible to use the system this way.”
Days not weeks 🙂
“I liked the ads, but how do I get the porn commercials?” and “And for me how do I prevent the adult ads.. LOL”
New option for manual site categorization. The standard method uses keyword analysis on the site which isn’t perfect so some sites that have a few “naughty” words might get labeled as adult. Also if a site is just images/videos then it might not get labelled correctly. Best way to prevent this is to select your own category from the advanced settings in publisher setup and reupload the code.February 22, 2019 at 4:42 pm in reply to: unable to turn off ad exchange – now remove publishing code from site #8208
Yes I’ve also added options to turn off just the top or just the bottom ad or both. The update today also allows site owners to pull off additional placement code to put the banners exactly where they want them. It’s under publisher setup > advanced settings.
More info here: https://jsecoin.com/ad-exchange-update/
Yep the bids are very up and down across different geos at the moment as well due to competition from advertisers. I think it should settle down. Everything is per impression CPM bidding or per page view.
Bug, I think I may have forgot to include the ad exchange rewards in this. I’ll try and get it fixed today. Thanks for letting me know.
You’ll need to speak to LATOKEN on this as the funds will be sent from our end but we have no control over their minimum deposits or what they do with funds received. Sorry we couldn’t be of more help here.February 22, 2019 at 4:35 pm in reply to: Maintenance Ad-Exchange Update Wednesday 13th February 2019 #8204
We pushed out an update today which should fix some of these issues. I haven’t seen a push out to the right site so I need to take a look at the code to see what would cause that as every site I’ve seen it pushes it down. Could be the first div being inline-block css perhaps? Seems strange. I’ve changed some of the css at our end so it may be fixed already. If not there’s now options to remove the top ad or bottom ad or both and also to manually inject ads exactly where you want them in the publisher setup.
More info here: https://jsecoin.com/ad-exchange-update/
There was some issues with the publisher mining yesterday when we were pushing out the update for the ad exchange. It should be back to normal now? Apologies for this we try to cause minimum disruption to the network when doing updates but it’s still something we can improve on.January 17, 2019 at 10:11 am in reply to: Reset my password, now JSE requires 6 digit 2FA. However I never set 2FA. #8037
Will go through this with you on Discord but for anyone else:-
Click “Restore 2fa”
Enter email and 2fa backup key
Scan the QR code with either Google Authenticator or Authy (mobile apps)
Enter six digit code to log in.
Yeah that’s the same issue we are getting here. Thanks again for your help. It is very much appreciated by ourselves and all the publishers I’m sure.
Have forwarded this on to John to take a look. Where did the email@example.com email address come from I don’t think that is in use which is why it would bounce. I’m guessing Google play so will take a look there but not sure why that’s been used. Apologies.