With a lot of the world’s computing energy concentrated in Internet corporations’ knowledge facilities, the Internet has change into a really centralized place. The Golem challenge goals to construct the sharing financial system of computing energy. This “”world, open sourced, decentralized supercomputer”” will operate because of the mixed energy of a large community of machines, from private laptops to complete knowledge facilities.
We’re joined by Julian Zawistowski and Alex Leverington, CEO and P2P engineer at Golem. We talk about how Golem hopes to create a extra balanced distribution of computing energy for the Internet.
Topics mentioned on this episode:
- What is Golem and the issue it’s addressing
- What could individuals and firms use Golem for
- How Golem compares to different initiatives like iExec or TrueBit
- Who are the totally different members within the Golem community
- How Golem executes computations
- The function Ethereum has to play in Golem
- How funds work in Golem
- The financial mannequin for Golem’s decentralized market
- The challenge’s present standing and roadmap
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