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June 06, 2011, 10:53:33 PM
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I currently do JS mining... but  I do viral CPA marketing using content blockers.. the user is on my money page for 30 seconds to a minute usually.  Most my money is made from the offers they complete, so the JS miner is just for that extra kick.  I'm averaging over 300users online every minute.  To lazy to do the math but it does create shares and does work with big numbers as a extra source of income.

I would never put it on a "legit" site though.

How many MHashes per second does that represent, roughly?

Would like to know as well.

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June 07, 2011, 12:22:31 AM
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It doesn't necessarily replaces ads, but  it can compete with them under some circumstances, each approach to passive money making has it's pros and cons.

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June 25, 2016, 12:24:19 AM
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I know this is a very old thread, but since then, concepts like sidechaining, the Lightning net, etc., have been developed since 2011.

If blockchain tech takes over more, Google will die because Google is centralized and blockchain tech is decentralized.

Since Google processes about 50k transactions per second (~a trillion / year) in its ad tracking campaign (far more than all the major credit cards combined), there's no way that with current tech this could be done on the Bitcoin mainchain. Hence, sidechaining would be necessary.

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June 25, 2016, 01:51:54 AM
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I know this is a very old thread, but since then, concepts like sidechaining, the Lightning net, etc., have been developed since 2011.

If blockchain tech takes over more, Google will die because Google is centralized and blockchain tech is decentralized.

Since Google processes about 50k transactions per second (~a trillion / year) in its ad tracking campaign (far more than all the major credit cards combined), there's no way that with current tech this could be done on the Bitcoin mainchain. Hence, sidechaining would be necessary.

This is one hell of a grave dig. Wouldn't a pool be responsible for processing those transactions for work? I don't see how that would impact the blockchain.

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