Path Browser Plugins:
generate Path tokens as you surf the web
Path Network is revolutionizing internet visibility through blockchain technology and smart contracts. And at the center of this revolution is our lightweight, transparent, non-resource impacting Path browser plugin. Now, users can generate PATH tokens as they surf the web by completing simple monitoring tasks.
How do Path Browser Plugins Work?
The concept is simple:
Users download a lightweight browser plugin that allows them to in essence “rent out” their unused bandwidth and turn their computer into a monitoring node. This node will complete simple monitoring tasks (for example, a single node may check to see if a website is online) in exchange for PATH tokens.
The power and scope of worldwide Path Network stands in stark contrast to the lightweight simplicity of Path browser plugin. It displays jobs completed, PATH tokens earned, and current status. This one plugin has now turned your computer into a node in the network that’s revolutionizing online intelligence.
You are in control of how the plugin runs on your computer. Nothing is ever done without your permission. As a user, you can choose to let the plugin automatically run, toggle the amount of jobs you want it to perform, and turn it off or on whenever you please.
How the Process Works?
The entire process functions within the Path panel. A client requests monitoring services, the nodes are given the jobs depending on their availability, and are paid in PATH tokens upon completion. From there, the information is forwarded back to the client who can view the data within the Path Panel.
How Your Computer Functions as a Monitoring Node
The Path browser plugin is offered as a Chrome plugin and operates in the background according to your settings. Its job is to complete monitoring tasks and forward the information to the client for viewing within the panel. This process:
Once completed, the node is rewarded with a portion of a PATH token (depending on the job it has completed).:
Note: Payment will be issued every 250,000th task. This is to ensure that transaction fees do not become overly punitive and take away profits from the nodes.In the future, node clients will be developed for different browser plugins. It’s also important to note that you can have as many nodes as you’d like.
How are Service Prices and Task Rewards Calculated?
The purpose of Path browser plugins is to facilitate the completion of monitoring tasks. These tasks will vary in price depending on a multitude of somewhat volatile factors. For example, the cost of a service will vary according to:
The current market value
of the token
The complexity of the service requested (for example, uptime monitoring may be very inexpensive whereas synthetic interaction testing may not)
How often the service
How many locations/nodes
are being used
The type of job
The frequency of task completion
Path’s goal is to harness the power of unused bandwidth and computational power to create an unrivaled global network of service providers for clients in need of uptime and performance monitoring services. Eventually, after future phases of development, we envision a world in which millions of Path nodes operate in unison to offer unprecedented visibility into the internet.
The Path browser plugin is a lightweight, transparent, and powerful tool that lets you earn valuable PATH tokens while you sit and surf the web. Why let that unused bandwidth go to waste? Harness its power by downloading the plugin now and join the performance monitoring revolution.
Note for clients: If you wish to request services, you need only access the panel, sign up, deposit PATH tokens into your account, and then create jobs.