If you are a webmaster and want to monetize your website without running advertisements, JSECoin has a solution for you.
By providing an unobtrusive code snippet is placed on the site which runs the JSECoin miner on the visitor’s devices whilst they browse the website. Essentially, it is a general purpose coin that allows regular people and webmasters to become miners.
They want to allow mining through CPU, as opposed to GPU or ASIC mining. Mining through these devices created a trend for centralized mining farms, which defeats the purpose of a decentralized coin.
Crypto mining farms have generally been criticized for their adverse effect on the environment. JSECoin uses surplus CPU resources which would be otherwise wasted. Browser mining has a huge environmental and costs advantage over existing cryptocurrency networks.
This is a great alternative to the classic advertisement model. Advertisements generally ruin the user experience as they tend to put intrusive content. In contrast, JSEcoin only takes a small amount of computing power, which in most instances take lesser resource than running a video ad.
JSEcoin Mining Types
They offer two types of mining mode: Self Mining and Publisher Mining.
With self-mining mode, the affiliate can simply log in to the platform and go to the mining page. Depending on the computer and browser you use, the number of open applications and other factors, the hash-rate speed will vary. It basically will depend on how the browser distributes the resources.
1440 coins are currently being distributed to publishers and 720 coins for self-miners on the platform, so a total of 2160 new JSE coins per day are being generated with a bit over half a million coins in circulation already according to the developers of the project.
JSEcoin ICO Details:
- Symbol: JSE
- Max. Final Hard Cap: 100,000,000
- Max. Pre-ICO Distribution: 5,000,000
- Max. ICO Distribution: 70,000,000 + Any Unsold Pre-ICO Distribution
Our Final Thoughts On The JSEcoin Project
The entire prospect of browser mining is a bit risky but as with every early adopter, you have to weight the risks vs rewards. Even though the model has not been perfected, it is definitely worth giving a shot at.