Minteye= Captcha + Advertisements! Site owners can now monetize Captcha
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Advertisers can manage their campaign using Minteye’s platform. Its click through rate is “20 times higher” than the usual Captcha because users see the message from start to end, says Minteye.
A TWIST ON CAPTCHA
Thursday, December 20, 2012
When a site shows those jumbled characters and asks users to prove they are human, some people can't read the distorted letters, get frustrated and leave the site. A startup called MintEye says it has an alternative to the jumbled characters called CAPTCHA, which stands for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.
Minteye Launches Money-Making, Less Annoying Captcha
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
For the last 12 years or so “Captchas” have been the standard way of making sure it is a human rather than a virtual robot that is entering a web-based service. You will have seen them, typing into two rather hard-to-read words or a string of jumbled up characters. It can be hard, however, to hit the balance between being hard enough to keep out the “spambots” while being simple enough not to put off potential customers who want to sign-up for a service......
Wall Street Journal
Will Sliding Images Make Captcha Less Annoying?
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Those squiggly jumbled letters and numbers that you’re often forced to type on a web page to prove you’re a human and not a spam-spewing computer are a frustrating part of life online. Some of these puzzles are so tricky that you might fail a couple of times before getting them right. You might even give up and leave the page instead of completing a purchase or signing up for a new online account.
Sliding Images Fool Spambots Without Driving You Mad
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Startup Minteye says its sliding, image-based Captcha is simpler to use and a potential money maker.
MIT Technology Review
"Slide to unlock" is used in the verification code on the system, Minteye distorted text / picture caressed his straight can be "unlocked" by
Monday, December 17, 2012
We can see minteye as a CAPTCHA game case. On how to bid farewell to the egg pain CAPTCHA, the validation process more interesting.
Minteye wants to put an end to the CAPTCHA as we know it
Sunday, December 16, 2012
If you’re still sold on text or image identification CAPTCHAs, then by all means stick with them, but please don’t ask me to submit a form on your site. Otherwise, you can try out minteye’s CAPTCHA solution via the link below.
TNW - The Next Web
minteye Introduces the First Cross Platform, No-Type CAPTCHA Solution
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Only CAPTCHA Enabled for Mobile Devices; Offers Free Service To New Customers.
New York, NY & Tel Aviv, Israel.
minteye (www.minteye.com) today announced its product, SLIDING CAPTCHA, the first ever security and advertising cross platform that replaces hard-to-read, type-in CAPTCHA with a visual, branded message solved without typing. minteye’s CAPTCHA solution offers an enhanced, enjoyable user experience; connects consumers with a brand; generates new advertising revenue for site owners and delivers increased security for Web interactions.