Edit: after this article, we found a very serious controversy about the issue of XMR mining on users ' browsers for the benefit of advertisements. So we handed out the advertisements and deleted the miner that we have integrated since coinhive.
This article explains how beldy.tk monetise his services and why we took this path.
TL; DR: when browsing our site, we reserve a small portion of your computing power in order to undermine the cryptocurrency that will help cover the costs of the site. We reserve approximately 20% of the power of your processor. (not 50%, not 80% but just 20%)
This allows both to no longer display advertisements (and we ourselves hate advertisements), not to let Google hunt you down and especially to help us discreetly.
When I discovered the tool that allowed me to do it here, I did not hesitate because:
It's all a compromise story. In my case, I could have just put the script, stuck at 100% power and didn't say anything and left the advertisements. Honestly, I think it's a dishonest technique. I tried to place a small Disclaimer and made sure to reduce the resources consumed by the script to 20% to make sure not to interfere with the visitor experience.
I confess not knowing if it will be enough to finance the costs of hosting the site, but I prefer to bet on this principle that blindly use Google AdSence or another advertiser.
In my opinion, the benefits are as follows:
As for the disadvantages:
For the last point, I personally intend to place a condition to test whether the visitor is under battery or via mobile and block the script (or put a goal) so as not to interfere with his experience.
Looking for a bit we found corner hive which is very interesting. Not only is it easy to set up but it is mostly easy to use and understand. I highly recommend it!
The conclusion is simple, this type of monetization is still experimental but is more interesting than harassing the user with advertisements. For beldy.tk, the compromise is clear. We thank you for your contribution and wish to have helped you with this little trick.
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