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https://www.eublockchainforum.eu/sites/default/files/reports/eu_observatory_blockchain_in_government_services_v1_2018-12-07.pdf?width=1024&height=800&iframe=true
Tuto : prêter de la puissance de calcul à iExec et gagner des RLCLa startup Lyonnaise iExec (RLC) continue d'avancer. Voici un tutoriel en Français pour participer à ce troisième "Workerdrop".L’article Tuto : prêter de la puissance de calcul à iExec et gagner des RLC est apparu en premier sur JournalduCoin.com.Merci de partager
https://cointelegraph.com/news/consensys-and-amd-to-jointly-develop-blockchain-based-cloud-computing-infrastructure
Jordy
For corporations, it also means you don't have to invest in building and maintaining these complex machines, because you can just access them through the cloud.😍

I do have a technical question: In case you wanted to implement quantum computer into your dezentralized infrastucture in future what changes would be required? Or would it already work. I somehow do understand how quantum computing works and for what kind of questions it will be better but I do not understand how to implement them into a network. Are special requirements needet?

Plus
I do have a technical question: In case you wanted to implement quantum computer into your dezentralized infrastucture in future what changes would be required? Or would it already work. I somehow do understand how quantum computing works and for what kind of questions it will be better but I do not understand how to implement them into a network. Are special requirements needet?
I do not know either, there is an An open-source quantum computing framework from IBM for leveraging today's quantum processors in research, education, and business.https://qiskit.orgWe believe the following areas are useful for exploring the early applications of quantum computing:Chemistry:Material design, oil and gas, drug discoveryArtificial Intelligence:Classification, machine learning, linear algebraFinancial Services:Asset pricing, risk analysis, rare event simulationA bit early days in this matter.
https://twitter.com/france_ark/status/1085216950475739137?s=12

It's quite widely used, we use it at several levels in the infrastructure I'm working on (openstack infra) to lower the load on databases or hard drives

iExec has very strong research foundations stretched over almost two decades. The development is going better and smoother because they theorized everything in academia already. Their distributed "grid computing" framework also put them in the picture of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) project. Part of the nodes, used in perhaps the biggest scientific project in the world, is the achievement of the iExec team members. They are a different class of scientist's and developers. It's not your average crypto project, but a ambitious plan to decentralize cloud computing. Done by passionate developers that litteraly made it their lifework 🙏

With your tech be suitable for this project? Team makes hints about the switching to some cloud based infrastructure and partnerships with crypto based cloud provider. So I'm curious probably it is Iexec?🤔🤔

every citizen every train they take, every street they visit is tracked due to this amazing 5g infrastructure support :(

Iexec is a France blockchain. Don't believe they drop the dev letter at night. Go to slepp a be ready tomorrow 😜

Coffee101
And way to profitability. I am asking as a investor what strategies u have there. I work in the financial business, and unfortunately companies are often only interested in private blockchains

Gilles Fedak and his team are the pioneers in this industry even long before the i.Exec and the blockchain... If you wanted to learn about desktop grid computing, there is no better person than Gilles and his team... Some will argue he's not just a pioneer in the industry but a core inventor!Desktop Grid Computing - The most widely accepted definition of Desktop Grid Computing is the principle of using a network of Desktop PCs when they are idle to execute very large distributed applications."Desktop Grid Computing presents common techniques used in numerous models, algorithms, and tools developed during the last decade to implement desktop grid computing. These techniques enable the solution of many important sub-problems for middleware design, including scheduling, data management, security, load balancing, result certification, and fault tolerance. It balances the theory of designing desktop grid middleware and architecture with applications and real-world deployment on large-scale platforms."He's published many articles and books on Desktop Grid Computing... and his technology is actively used in research facilities and universities...Back in 2007 (before the blockchain) there was a paper written (he co authored) called "Characterizing Result Errors in Internet Desktop Grids" (see url below)"Desktop grids use the free resources in Intranet and Internet environments for large-scale computation and storage. While desktop grids offer a high return on investment, one critical issue is the validation of results returned by participating hosts."Now let's skip forward 11 years... Thanks to blockchain technology, what was once an "obstical" or hinderance is now no more... Although the blockchain comes with its own obsticals and faults... What was once 'impossible' has now become a 'possible' thanks to blockchain tech... Research more to find out how blockchain technology has unlocked the power to achieve what couldnt be done before in this field... Welcome to i.Exec. Now I dont generally break down research, so it may be tough to follow... haPerhaps not everyone wants to click on links... so ill share some snippets as well.."Since the mid 90’s, Desktop Grid Computing - i.e the idea of using a large number of remote PCs distributed on the Internet to execute large parallel applications - has proved to be an efficient paradigm to provide a large computational power at the fraction of the cost of a dedicated computing infrastructure."There are many fields of industry that benefit from this industry: aerospace, finance and business intelligence, energy and environment, chemicals and materials, medicine and biology, digital art and games, Web and social networks.""iEx.ec relies on Desktop Grid open-source software that have been developped by CNRS and INRIA to assemble loosely distributed computing resources for HPC and Big Data.iExec Team developed XtremWeb-HEP"XtremWeb-HEP is a mature, solid, and open-source Desktop Grid software that allows to use any kind of computing resources for executing compute-intensive or data-intensive applications. The architecture of XtremWeb-HEP is three roles: clients, which submit tasks and data, the dispatcher, which schedules the tasks to the computing resources, and workers, which executes the tasks and send the results back to the clients. Because of its simplicity, this approach has proven to be extremely scalable, reliable and secure.Nevertheless, XtremWeb-HEP provides many advanced features such as: fault-tolerance, multi-applications, multi-users, hybrid public/private infrastructure, deployment of virtual images, data management, security and accountability, overlay network, VM management, sandboxing, support for HPC standards, interoperability with eScience infrastructure, and many more.XtremWeb-HEP is developed and used in production at the French National Institute for Nuclear and Particle Physics.

Konijntje von Venas
Could i ask if iexec is aware and if it can stand out from the competition?

This is going to be proven over time. The only thing you can do is to take as many technical aspects and possibilities in user cases as possible in which this company / project can take its place in a consortium. Let us remain real when it comes to blockchain technology that existing infrastructure will be integrated in time. So definitely take a study in existing private consensus blockchains. When it comes to swap / burn / brigde chains from private to public, the enterprise companies are very cautious. This is about trust, safety, scalability, decentralization & usercase. After all, it is a new revenue model for collaborations and at the same time competition from each other. Both will not be possible without each other.

Olivier Goffart
Today s crypto market awaits for Real use cases. For those who will deliver, returns could be Sky high. My only opinion.

Exactly. It's still so early, the bull shit hasn't been killed off yet.For example the #100 ranked coin is "Bitcoiin" literally a misspelled Bitcoin, pure fraud... yet it carries a higher marketcap than RLC at #130... we have a lot of room to run up if RLC continues to deliver

EthCC: ETHEREUM COMMUNITY CONFERENCES 2019Day 1 - Tuesday, March 5th:François Branciard:"Substrate meets iExec: how to build a Domain-Specific Token-Based Chain"Day 3 - Thursday, March 7th:Gilles Fedak: "How Intel SGX and Ethereum can be leveraged to monitize data sets"Day 3 - Thursday, March 7th:WORKSHOP Jean-Charles Cabelguen: "How iExec while mixing Intel SGX and Ethereum can be leveraged to secure off-board computing for your dapps"https://ethcc.io/images/schedule/EthCCcomplete.pdf

Commitment of the team to projectLevel and quality of development activityNetwork / smart contract stabilityLevel of public communicationResponsiveness to our periodic due diligence requestsEvidence of unethical / fraudulent conductContribution to a healthy and sustainable crypto ecosystem

https://www.bpifrance.fr/content/download/75463/814211/version/1/file/Laur%C3%A9ats%20du%20Concours%20d%27innovation%20-%20%20Vague%202.pdf

Right now, all we need is patience... that is the key to investing... If you are holding RLC you already made a great investment decision... But the NEXT best thing you can do now... is wait / accumulate more... Right now the bear market put everything on the table... Many companies collapsed, many got hit with rules and regulations and forced to close... Others are so "afraid" of using their tokens because of laws... You now have companies who created a token, but arent even using it... why? because they are legally afraid to... You have exit scams, and CEO's "raising money" then you wonder why the asset dropped by 98%... Did RLC drop 98%? not even close... not even close

Yes indeed. The building of the infrastructure can take a long time. Look at other projects. I think the most fun comes with V4, V5

ApehaFan
Does Iexec have any publications in top Asian media?
https://cn.ambafrance.org/%E6%B3%95%E5%9B%BD%E5%9B%BD%E5%AE%B6%E6%8A%95%E8%B5%84%E9%93%B6%E8%A1%8C-28192

Look at blockchain 😅 and how fraud and scammers have used it

Florent
We're here 👀

Awesome! Tomorrow a presentation of François. 🍿🙂

Florent
And Gilles at the end of the day 🤘🏼
EthCC: ETHEREUM COMMUNITY CONFERENCES 2019Day 1 - Tuesday, March 5th:François Branciard:"Substrate meets iExec: how to build a Domain-Specific Token-Based Chain"Day 3 - Thursday, March 7th:Gilles Fedak: "How Intel SGX and Ethereum can be leveraged to monitize data sets"Day 3 - Thursday, March 7th:WORKSHOP Jean-Charles Cabelguen: "How iExec while mixing Intel SGX and Ethereum can be leveraged to secure off-board computing for your dapps"https://ethcc.io/images/schedule/EthCCcomplete.pdf
Looks like iExec positioned itself quite good. https://www.information-age.com/infrastructure-operations-trends-gartner-123477088/
François (Dev iExec) is live on EthCC within half an hour10: 05-10: 35 François Branciard (iExec) - "Substrate Meets iExec: How to Build a Domain-Specific Token-Based Chain"Room: EthCC / 02 - Abbé GrégoireLink: https://www.ustream.tv/channel/dGyq3bC9U2Z

iExec smart contracts developer François Branciard talks live from #EthCC Ethereum Community Conference, 10:00 (Paris Time)."Substrate meets iExec: how to Build a Domain-Specific Token-Based Chain"

We're also with Intel at the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week (it security oriented, rather than blockchain). - Some interesting things happening over there too 😀

Konijntje von Venas
There’s other projects, and my guess alot of companys are waiting out which one to use

We can say that many projects are still in development phase. We know there has been a lot of interest in decentralized and distributed cloud solutions and we are building the infrastructure to provide the best and most secure solution possible.