What is nuco.cloud
The nuco.cloud (short term of nubes computatrum) is a cloudbased distributed computing network developed by the Iron Eagle Capital GmbH, based on BOINC (Berkeley Open Infrastructure Network Computing), the scientific computing cloud of the University of California, Berkeley, and Gridcoin.
As BOINC is only available for scientific research, the nuco.cloud opens it up for commercial use. The Iron Eagle Capital GmbH is developing a user friendly and commercial 1-click-solution of BOINC. Computing power is provided by mining on CPUs, GPUs and Smartphones.
The nuco.cloud takes this proven OpenSource technology and allows companies to calculate their data in the cloud and miners to make their unused computing power available to whoever needs it. It uses the Blockchain to carry out transactions between the client and the contractor.
According to the "INVEST"-Database the nuco.cloud is the first ever blockchain-project in Germany to receive a grant by BAFA (German Federal Office for economic affairs). For further details please visit the website and download the whitepaper.
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