JSE Javascript Embedded Cryptocurrency - Browser Based Mining.

in cryptocurrency •  3 months ago

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I thought I'd sign up to the JSE platform and give it a go a few days ago. 1 JSE is currently pegged to US$1.00, so it's going to be interesting to see just how viable mining JSE is as time goes on.

Signing up to the site was easy. It did ask for name and address though, which may put some people off, but having a PO Box, that wasn't a deal breaker for me.

One of the first things I did was to set up a couple of my websites as miners. That involved copying a small bit of Javascript into the code of the websites and then to wait for visitor to start mining for me.

You can see the mining in action at my Steemit verification page at http://thorhammaraxx.com/steemit-info

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Results After 3 Days

Browser Mining & Website Visitors

I don't get a great stack of hits on the sites that I set up the mining script but they have returned almost 1JSE so far.

Browser mining has returned just over 3JSE in three days of mining

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Now For Some JSE Information

JSE Links

September Newsletter: https://jsecoin.com/september-newsletter
Whitepaper: https://jsecoin.com/whitepaper.pdf
JSE Forum: https://jsecoin.com/forums/
Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/3gBZsA4

Video Walkthrough

Join The JSEcoin Cryptocurrency Platform

Setup your account to start using web browser cryptocurrency mining.
Join JSE: jsecoin.com


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Cheers
Thor
@hammaraxx

Rock'N'Roll From Melbourne, Australia


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Really interesting post, thanks.

Not sure it's entirely ethical though to be embedding mining scripts in websites though.

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Cheers @buggedout.
I agree that it would be unethical to do it in stealth mode.
All JSE mining website visitors receive a small popup that alerts them that mining is happening and they then have the option to opt out.
Steem on.

Wow! Interesting.I will try JSE

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Yeah, why not? Nothing to lose by trying it.
Who knows, JSEcoin may turn out to be a while endeavour.
Time will tell.

Does it stress the computers using the site? I guess earnings will depend on how many visitors your site gets. I know mine doesn't get many

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Surprisingly very little drain on the computer resources.
My sites don't get a lot of hits either, but I'm looking at it like Steemit, I'm in for the long haul.
Unfortunately you can only mine on one machine at a time.
The mining platform was originally designed for fun, just to see how it worked in the back end (sort of ), but it's taken off.

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Great content anyway, enjoy the vote

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Thank you @antarlz
Steem on.