What is CoinIMP?

CoinIMP is the new effective JavaScript miner that can be easily embedded in your website. This way users will pay you with their CPU power for accessing your content.

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With CoinIMP, MintMe.com Coin is mined by using your visitors CPU resources which otherwise would be wasted. Why not Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero or any other? Because MintMe.com Coin can be mined with similar efficiency directly and via websites thanks to innovative mining algorithm. Monero used to be profitable too, but since 2019 algorithm update, javascript mining Monero (XMR) is no longer profitable. On top of that, MintMe.com Coin allows you to create your own coin for free and it’s value is expected to grow.

Our JavaScript miner has more advantages than other JavaScript mining solutions. CoinIMP web miner isn’t blocked by Anti-Viruses or AdBlockers and if it eventually gets blocked, we react and work hard to unblock it. We think responsible web browser mining will be part of the future ad market.

Objective comparison of Monero and MintMe.com Coin

Full anonymity

Full anonymity (Monero)

Your wallet address never appears on the public blockchain and nobody knows how many coins you have. In a world where big corporations trade, your privacy is an important factor.


Transparent (MintMe.com)

MintMe.com Coin project wants to make web mining more secure and transparent for everyone. Thanks to its open transactions, it will never be a friendly place for botnet or hacker activities.


Tradable (Monero)

Monero is traded on many exchanges. Change it easily for BTC or USD to afford mining costs.

New coin

New coin (MintMe.com)

It is traded only on few exchanges, we advise you to mine it and HODL it.


Limitless (Monero)

Monero is virtually infinite. Miners can always get at least 0.3 XMR per block so there won’t be a shortage of rewards.

Limited supply

Limited supply (MintMe.com)

MintMe.com Coin has a limited supply of coins. That means its value will increase over time.

Average speed transactions

Average speed transactions (Monero)

Compared to Bitcoin’s 10 min, Monero’s 2 min transactions are quite fast and enough for the most typical usage.

Super fast transactions

Super fast transactions (MintMe.com)

MintMe.com Coin’s ~10 sec block time is among the fastest. This creates an opportunity for additional uses, for example direct payments.

No smart contracts

No smart contracts (Monero)

While it has no smart contracts functionality, it doesn’t actually need one. Its purpose of a fully anonymous, private and safe cryptocurrency is more than enough.

Smart contracts and DApps

Smart contracts and DApps (MintMe.com)

MintMe.com Coin is ready to be the base for other projects. It is ERC20 and ERC223 compliant and supports smart contracts, which is the future of cryptocurrencies.

Open source

Open source

Both projects are open source, it’s easy for any programmer to see what is going on inside the code.

CPU minable

CPU minable

Monero and MintMe.com Coin use different versions of CryptoNight, but they both share the same quality – GPU mining is not much more profitable than CPU mining on any of them. This makes JavaScript mining profitable.

ASIC resistance

ASIC resistance

Both projects announced they would fight any ASIC mining in their networks by continuously tweaking hashing algorithms to make ASIC production unprofitable.

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