Last time we spoke to the
Last time we spoke to the Golem team we mentioned some use cases, and brief infrastructure. But how does it actually work? There are lots of ideas in decentralised land, but are they feasible? What elements are needed to make them feasible and working. This episode is meant to be zero-hype technical overview of a decentralised marketplace for computing power and how it can be possibly built.
golem is onto something unique here
No privacy is a non-starter. There is very little that people will want to put out into the public domain.
Great Job guys! Looking forward to more! Golem has MAJOR potential
Golem Online Hackathon Winners: https://blog.golemproject.net/meet-the-winners-golem-gitcoin-hackathon-2020/
Golem Online Hackathon on Gitcoin: https://gitcoin.co/hackathon/golem/projects/
Find resources on the projects at Awesome Golem: https://github.com/golemfactory/awesome-golem
What do you guys wish to accomplish with this ?
This presentation will
This presentation will cover the most important features of Golem, including the use of Ethereum as a trading platform. It will also describe how Golem’s technology will create an open market for computing power and how that will distort the way the Internet is organised. Finally, it will describe the way ahead of Golem, including our plans for further development.
Here is my analysis of Golem: https://steemit.com/golem/@mmaarrttiinn11/airbnb-for-computers-golem or here: http://promisingcoins.com/hot-tips/airbnb-for-computers-golem/
Golem will be the future of software licensing
Golem. Is a bomb waiting to explode, the rendering world is as immense as the seas ...
the biggest weiner was Microsoft
I just bought a few golem coins and i was wondering how much exposure they have and where i can find information on it. im just looking into this as a investment not to actually use the service. Any major backers or investors?