Coin-hive blocker. Remove Coin-Hive before it even runs on all sites.
What is coin-hive browser mining ?
Install coin-hive blocker :
Removes Coin-Hive before it even runs on all sites
Superlight script that removes coin-hive from all websites. The script both cancels all requests from coinhive and removes the script from the DOM before it loads.
This means it steals your CPU power and slows your computer down.
Chrome coin-hive blocker add-on:
Add-on 1 :
Add-on 2 :
Anti Miner designed to stop coin miners scripts and block cryptojackers from using your CPU for mining
Antiminer blocks any hidden miners on every website you visit! Antiminer Miner Blocker allows you to prevent cryptojacking scripts from mining using your CPU.
Make sure nobody using your CPU for mining cryptocurrency without your knowledge
You should decide by yourself, wether you want to mine coins with your CPU, or would like to block coin miners from using your laptop to mine cryptocurrency. Stop cryptojack across the web! Anti miner will alert, of website launches miner using your PC power. Miner Blocker works similar to Adblock, it focused to stop cryptocurrency miner scripts, which might be installed on the websites you visit. This scripts are using your’s computer CPU to mine cryptocurrency for website owner purposes. As a result surfing such websites without Antiminer – Miner Blocker extension cryptocurrency block will slow down your computer.
Don’t let you computer to be used for hidden mining. Stop browser coin mining.
Add-on 3 :
Stop coin miners on the web!
No coin is a tiny browser extension aiming to block coin miners such as Coinhive.
Trusted by thousands of users, No Coin provides you a safe and reliable way to block miners from using your CPU and power without your consent. It features an easy way to allow miners for a limited time in case you need to pass a captcha or shortlink requiring mining.
No Coin is also open source and licensed under MIT. Feel free to view the source, fork it, raise issues and submit your improvements via pull requests. You can find on Github: