CPUcoin Launches Testnet for Decentralized CPU/GPU Sharing Economy Network

CPUcoin secondary market pays users automatically for their unused CPU/GPU power while provisioning, managing and scaling decentralized server applications globally

New York Blockchain Week, New York City, May 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (via Blockchain Wire) CPUcoin (cpucoin.io), developers of the Content Generation Network (CGN), today announced the launch of its testnet to meet the content preparation needs with lower costs and enhanced scalability for some of the largest e-tailers and media companies in the world. 

Much like how Airbnb owns no real estate but operates a powerful platform, CPUcoin owns no infrastructure but has developed a network that drastically reduces cloud infrastructure costs for B2B and B2C enterprise users. CPUcoin’s Content Generation Network pays users for the idle time of servers, mobile devices and PC computers. Then, it pulls together unused computational resources and restructures them into a vast, highly scalable, reliable network. The company then leases this infrastructure to the operators of cloud-based applications, who will use the powerful, convenient and reliable systems to operate their services at scale and at lower costs than conventional methods. For a more detailed breakdown of the CPUcoin testnet, please visit this Medium Article.

The testnet launches with an enterprise DApp called MediaRich Publisher. The CGN-enabled Publisher DApp provides testnet users a web-based visual interface that allows them to access the Content Generation Network, try out a number of resource-intensive media processing tasks and visualize connected third-party miners working together to generate content in real time on the network.

“Globally, nearly a hundred million servers and more than two billion PC’s and mobile devices are powered on and running at any given time, with roughly 30% of those resources sitting idle,” said Sean Barger, Managing Director of CPUcoin. “The amount of powerful, available but untapped compute power is…

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