Akash Network (AKASH)
Akash provides an open marketplace connecting companies with idle compute capacity to users who need it.
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What is Akash Network
Akash.network currency is a digital token the Akash, whose ledger is stored on a blockchain.
Akash providers bid to place workloads, driving costs down. There is no middleman on the Akash network, so no entity uses monopolistic power to extract highest possible margins.
Companies from over the world can monetize slack server capacity sitting in their owned or collocated datacenters, then pull capacity back from the network whenever they need it.
Deployment slots are allocated via an auction process that begins with a user defining the deployment criteria (resources, topology, price) in a declarative file posted to the Akash blockchain. Akash providers then programmatically bid on the deployment, with the low bid winning and creating a lease between tenant and provider, again written to the chain.
DetailsToken supply: 400,000,000
Hard cap: 20,000,000 USD
LegalBlockchain Platform: Ethereum
Country limitations: Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria, United States, North Korea
Registration country: United States
Registration year: 2015
Token infoTicker: AKASH
Token price in USD: 1 AKASH = 0.0514 USD
Accepted currencies: ETH
40% - Investors
30% - Rewards
20% - Team
10% - Reserve
Akash Network Roadmap
Development begins on DISCO.
Whitepaper v1 released.
Development begins on Akash Network.
Whitepaper v2 released.Agreement signed for test and main net capacity with bare metal provider Packet.
Marketplace prototype released .
Deployment prototype release.
P2P filesharing prototype release.
Overlay Network prototype release.
Whitepaper v3 release.
Provider certification program launch.
Akash token available on exchange(s).
Onboard, ramp pilot users and providers.
Iterate quickly in response to production usage and feedback.
Launch of container-native PaaS.
Akash Platform supports Heroku-like "push to deploy" functionality with SCM integration.
Globally-distributed provider supply.
Launch of storage-only offering.
Akash Platform supports storage-only deployments without associated compute.
Launch of Machine Learning support.
Akash Platform supports Spark/RDD integration and event-based scheduling.
Launch of Managed Services support.
Akash Platform supports a third-party ecosystem of providers with offerings built upon Akash.
Launch of near-edge compute support.
Akash Platform supplier distribution supports near-edge use cases.