Cyrptocurrencies are traditionally mined by industrial sized server farms setup next to power stations consuming vast amounts of electricity. Our platform saves energy and allows webmasters to monetize their websites by replacing the role of cryptocurrency miners.
Website visitors carry out the mathematical hashing process in the background while browsing a website using excess CPU power which would be otherwise wasted*. An unobtrusive code snippet placed on the website runs in the browser while a visitor is on the page. This provides the hashing functionality required to secure the blockchain.
Website visitors are made aware of the mining with a privacy notification and given a chance to opt-out.
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- Create business proposal and proof of concept code
- Create beta platform for website owners. Get feedback from cryptocurrency investors and developers. Launch on internal website network and create beta-blockchain. (opened platform publicly)
- Find seed investors who would be willing to fund the company in return for cryptocurrency or equity. And/or explore other funding options. Secure investment for ICO marketing and exchange listing.
- Publish first set of monthly accounts.
- Start advertising and marketing campaigns targeting publishers and potential ICO investors. Move network out of beta stage and into production with major update.
- Create ICO marketing plan. Release block explorer. Scale up marketing campaigns. Create Bitcointalk ANN thread.
- Start work on merchant tools. Updates to whitepaper. Produce demo/sales video for investors. Start preparing for ICO.
- Open source code base
- Create market liquidity with ICO and listing JSE on exchange(s).
- Explore options for user advertising, listing company publicly, further development.
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