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For price/valuation talk, please use. Monero Communities Other Communities. I tried crunching numbers for TPB. Maybe I misunderstood what some numbers on Alexa mean, but I will try to explain my math here. Hope someone will correct me if I'm wrong.
I don't have Alexa account, so I found daily unique visitor number googling. The most realistic one I found was 3.5M daily unique visitors.
Alexa shows daily time on site 4:18. I'll assume average number of H/s is 10 because they are throttling. By using CryptoCompare's XMR mining calculator, we get 0.0001999 XMR per day with 10H/s. That's for 24 hours of mining with 10H/s.
0.0001999 / (24h. 60min) = 0.00000013 XMR per minute Average daily user time on TPB is 4.3 minutes (4 + (18/60)): 0.00000013. 4.3 min = 0.00000055 XMR Since there are 3.5M unique daily users who spend on average 4.3 minutes daily on TPB: 3,500,000. 0.00000055 = 1.925 XMR per day mined for TPB 30 days. 1.925 XMR = 57,75 XMR monthly Current value 1 XMR = $99.76 Which brings us to total Monero revenue of $5.761,14 per month for TPB. Is my math flawed?
While this does seem like a good idea at first it is actually more expensive then the traditional advertisements model. Your CPU consumes around 50% more power while it is not idle which will reflect in your power bill very quickly. It looks to be 'cost free' but in reality it will make your power bill go up. Another issue might be sites secretly running these scripts without your consent.
These websites are using your electricity and are forcing you to pay for it. I can see Google, Firefox and Apple blocking these scripts pretty quickly because of these concerns.
And it would put Monero in a bad spotlight. What also bothers me is that the creator of this plugin is taking 30% of profits for himself.
This is ridiculous high amount for an automated system. But this is my subjective opinion, your view on this matter might differ.
Either way, while it does seem like a novel concept the issue of people mining cryptocurrency without permission of the host seems like a great way to get bad press for any Monero.