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November 17, 2017, 11:23:01 AM
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any bounty for twitter or facebook dev?
i like about the project and concept 
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November 17, 2017, 01:03:39 PM
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Great project.

 I'm self mining since this feature has become available, and have added JSE script to some of the websites I run. Really user friendly implementation indeed for websites where ads is not an option.
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November 17, 2017, 03:46:07 PM
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Great feedback to you guys so far, testiment to you all
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November 18, 2017, 09:56:15 AM
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Needs tutorial on how to export.

If I do "Available Balance: xxx JSE" and click export coins, what happens ? The coins I already have will dissapear from account, or will be saved as... what ? is it safe to export ? that is the backup of my jsecoins ?

when windows wallet release to have coins out the platform? if hacked lose all coins. any site can be hacked. matters only the when. offline wallet needed.

dev, can you reply me on this ? thx.
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November 18, 2017, 10:18:20 AM
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are there plans for others to get the possibility to run a pool and a full wallet or will the jse server always be the only pool and only copy of the whole blockchain?

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November 18, 2017, 11:04:13 AM
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my wife and I registered and mined from two different computers. but most likely with a single ip as well as at home and at work connection through a router. I would not like to be blocked then. give advice.
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November 18, 2017, 07:25:24 PM
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Hi,
Jse Dev Team.....
First of all a big thanks....
So now finally i am also able to mine cripto on my PC during working.
Me and my office friends are daily mining during working in office..
We hope you will get big success and we are with you...

i just want to know when jsecoin lunch on Exchange at that time why new investors will Buy jsecoin....

if new investors will interested to buy at any cost than it will create big success of jsecoin...
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November 18, 2017, 09:42:21 PM
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Needs tutorial on how to export.

If I do "Available Balance: xxx JSE" and click export coins, what happens ? The coins I already have will dissapear from account, or will be saved as... what ? is it safe to export ? that is the backup of my jsecoins ?

when windows wallet release to have coins out the platform? if hacked lose all coins. any site can be hacked. matters only the when. offline wallet needed.

dev, can you reply me on this ? thx.

It is safe to export your coins, you can try it out with a very small amount to start with (such as 0.001). The coins will be removed from your account and a coincode will be provided. This coincode is also stored on the server and is available at any time on the exports page in the table. You can import the coincode back into your account or give it to someone else to transfer into their account. For this reason it is important to keep the code private.

A desktop offline wallet will be developed closer to ICO because the technology will be interlinked with the exchange tokens.
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November 19, 2017, 08:26:24 AM
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So export option is the best way for hackers to steal the coins ? They will be in plain text there, as code ?

Best is do not do any export and expose the code as if needed to recover coins is contact support with original mail ? Even then, coins are gone in blockchain.

I see zero security here with no wallet offline with no ETA (any month target at least?). Don't know if worth to mine more...  Sad TBA isn't that good, could be january or december 2018, or early 2019. But us miners, to mine for such a long shot with no actual revenue until then... ain't a solution.

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 - when is that and how long will take ? means before or after the ico will be a wallet ?
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November 19, 2017, 01:45:51 PM
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Cryptur - At this time no we don't have nodes that others can compile and run. This is however a requirement for the exchanges so it will be coming at some point I believe. Regarding the functionality I am not sure whether we will be able to allow other mining pools because quality control/fraud would be an issue I feel.

BlackNeo -It's fine but bare in mind that mining rewards are split between every user on the same IP address. So if your wife logs in at the same time as you are mining your rewards will half. This is a measure put in place to stop abuse where only one ticket per block is issued per IP address. This is the kind of thing that could be bypassed in theory if we open-sourced the code and let 3rd parties run their own pools which goes back to Crypturs comment.

Ranawat1987 - Exchange listing we have said 2018 but haven't set a date yet as we have a lot of work to do (see above) and I don't want to commit to a date and then have to push it back. The bottom line is we want to build out a great platform and engage a solid user base before we ICO and we aren't going to rush in to it. Our team is not well known in cryptocurrency circles and I feel like we have to prove ourselves before we can expect the majority of investors to take the risk of investing in the project.

Cdrx - See above. We haven't decided on the ICO/exchange token technology yet which would dictate what offline wallets are available. ERC20 is the current standard, Bittrex now supports ERC223. EOS are working on some really exciting stuff which may be better suited but we don't know how widely adopted it will be at this point. There's plenty of other organizations working on this technology which could disrupt the industry by the time we are ready to ICO. We could integrate with ERC20 token now which would work with the majority of offline wallets and exchanges but then that would be locking us in to a technology that isn't ideal for our use case. I'm sorry we can't commit to an exact date for ICO at this stage but I don't feel confident I know enough about the challenges ahead to make an accurate assessment. We only launched in August and there are currently daily updates to the system as we move forwards. This isn't going to be an overnight process and we are looking at this as a long-term project. As soon as we have a date I will put a notification on this forum and the JSEcoin website.
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November 20, 2017, 12:23:36 PM
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Cryptur - At this time no we don't have nodes that others can compile and run. This is however a requirement for the exchanges so it will be coming at some point I believe. Regarding the functionality I am not sure whether we will be able to allow other mining pools because quality control/fraud would be an issue I feel.

What is the reason for decentralized client based mining if there is just a single pool handling all the hash rate?
Isn't that kind of pointless as the pool could do whatever it wants independently from what the clients are hashing anyway?

Wont JSE follow a trustless approach?

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November 20, 2017, 09:11:40 PM
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Cryptur: At the moment the mining isn't decentralized, all the servers are running behind the jsecoin.com load balancer. A publisher has to use the load.jsecoin.com script and associated fraud controls. It would be difficult to maintain any kind of quality control in a truly trustless system and the last thing we want to do is create an arms race for who can hack the most sites and put JSEcoin script on the domains.

There's an article here about decentralization and the challenges and opportunities we have available: https://jsecoin.com/thoughts-on-decentralization/
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November 20, 2017, 11:28:54 PM
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Cryptur: At the moment the mining isn't decentralized, all the servers are running behind the jsecoin.com load balancer. A publisher has to use the load.jsecoin.com script and associated fraud controls. It would be difficult to maintain any kind of quality control in a truly trustless system and the last thing we want to do is create an arms race for who can hack the most sites and put JSEcoin script on the domains.

There's an article here about decentralization and the challenges and opportunities we have available: https://jsecoin.com/thoughts-on-decentralization/

But isn't decentralization the whole point of mining?

If you do it centralized why don't you just do a own 100% premined at very low difficulty coin and let people use that?

Wouldn't that be the most energy efficient way to do it?

I agree there have to be fraud prevention happening but again why then PoW mining at all?

Why not PoS or proof of presence or similar?


To be clear maybe I dont understand the problem,
is your problem that it isn't feasible to limit the hash power being used to find a new block if it isn't your own pool?
Or why would decentralized mining be a suspect to fraud?



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November 21, 2017, 09:58:34 AM
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The issue with webmining is that the fraud attempts we are facing are similar to those that ad networks have been battling with for 20 years such as botnets, automated browser networks, hidden iframes etc. Some, but not all, of these are solvable programmatically, it is an ever evolving threat and to date noone has come up with a reliable programmatic solution in ad-tech. Googles ad network is still riddled with fraudulent traffic as anyone who has ever worked with the display network will know. Is there a way to do this in a truly 100% decentralized system? I don't believe there is but I think it will be possible to build a hybrid type system which has some of the benefits of centralized services and some of the benefits of dapps.
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November 21, 2017, 10:09:26 AM
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Closing the Pre-ICO funding round

This is notification we will be closing the Pre-ICO funding round at midnight GMT on the 4th December 2017.

Full details are available here: https://jsecoin.com/closing-pre-ico-funding-round/

Thanks to all our early investors that have helped move this project forwards.
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November 21, 2017, 10:59:04 AM
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The issue with webmining is that the fraud attempts we are facing are similar to those that ad networks have been battling with for 20 years such as botnets, automated browser networks, hidden iframes etc. Some, but not all, of these are solvable programmatically, it is an ever evolving threat and to date noone has come up with a reliable programmatic solution in ad-tech. Googles ad network is still riddled with fraudulent traffic as anyone who has ever worked with the display network will know. Is there a way to do this in a truly 100% decentralized system? I don't believe there is but I think it will be possible to build a hybrid type system which has some of the benefits of centralized services and some of the benefits of dapps.

Thanks a ton for the open discussion on the topic, I think it is key to make those parts clear otherwise the question will arise again and again as the decentralization is what drives the community.

Thanks

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November 21, 2017, 04:06:52 PM
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Closing the Pre-ICO funding round

This is notification we will be closing the Pre-ICO funding round at midnight GMT on the 4th December 2017.

Full details are available here: https://jsecoin.com/closing-pre-ico-funding-round/

Thanks to all our early investors that have helped move this project forwards.

Glad to hear, well done team!
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November 22, 2017, 07:50:32 AM
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Closing means change. Glad to hear also about some changes...

waiting for my wallet, now  Roll Eyes
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November 24, 2017, 12:52:30 AM
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hope the tokens circulates in thid coming months, so that websites will earn a bit more from traffic.  Smiley

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November 24, 2017, 12:54:20 AM
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Good luck for your project!

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