Saturday, November 4, 2017

A List of JavaScript Cryptocurrency Miners

JavaScript based cryptocurrency miners can be embedded in a web page as a replacement for advertisement to monetize your websites. When users are visiting the page, the embedded JS code will run in background and mine the cryptocurrency for you. (Last Update: 2019/3/14)

CoinHive (discontinued)
Cryptocurrency: Monero
Minimum payout threshold: 0.05 XMR (~$4) 0.02 XMR
(payments fee: 0.005 XMR if less than 0.5 XMR)
Revenue sharing: 70% (you)
Note: Also supports Link Forwarding and Proof-of-work CAPTCHA.

GridCash (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero
Minimum payout threshold: 0.004 XMR or 1 WMZ (WebMoney)
Revenue sharing: 70% (you)
Note: Provide easy to use PHP+JS code to bypass blockings.

JSECoin (non cpu intensive)
Cryptocurrency: JSECoin
Note: See also

Cryptocurrency: Monero & uPlexa
Minimum payout threshold: 0.3 XMR or 5000 UPX
Revenue sharing: 88% (you)
Note: It has self-hosting option + CNAME Proxies instead of using its server hosted JS library.
Note: Currently the best alternative to CoinHive. Now it supports Link Forwarding (shortlinks) and Proof-of-work CAPTCHA.

Coin Have (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero
Minimum payout threshold: 0.5 XMR (~$50)
Revenue sharing: 85% (you)
Note: It also supports web extension.

CloudCoins (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero
Revenue sharing: 85% (you)

HashforCash (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero
Revenue sharing: 95% (you)

Minero (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero
Revenue sharing: 98% (you)

ProjectPoi (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero

Inwemo (Site Down)
Cryptocurrency: Monero

Cryptocurrency: Monero

Cryptocurrency: Pay in Clam or Dogecoin

Cryptocurrency: Monero & Webchain
Payout: 97% if advertisement is enabled, 90% if advertisement is disabled

Others (CoinHive pool with low payment threshold, e.g., to FaucetHub):
DogeMiners (Site Down)

Cryptocurrency: Pay in DogeCoin via FaucetHub (Site Down) (Site Down) (Site Down) (minimal payout: 1 IOTA)

Links: (Python) (Node.js)

1 comment:

  1. Provides the classes and interfaces for cryptographic operations. The cryptographic operations defined in this package include encryption, key generation and key agreement, and Message Authentication Code (MAC) generation.
    neowebwalletSupport for encryption includes symmetric, asymmetric, block, and stream ciphers. This package also supports secure streams and sealed objects.