I think you underestimate the community as you had around 300 wallets. But you missing the point that in order to participate in the workdrop members had to have real ETH on the account and someone decided to skip extra expenses without the guarantee that they will be rewarded. PC recourses allow to launch on the same machine several VMs and have several ETH wallet. Besides your script could work in the testnet not 8-24 hours but for a week for example. As I understood during the workdrop the pool had some sort of DDos attach. And I want to point that you have amazing IExec sdk, I'm impressed! Welldone
Does anyone know how to fix?
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Also frivalous bonuses, self valued at 1.7 billion mcap with no public beta launched. I dont know enough about the technicals but it seems like a deepbrainchain type of way of running things, lots of hype. I think it will dump massivly upon launch, essentially no ICO during 2018 has been able to sustain its ico price even
The platform hasn't gone public yet. It runs on private servers. What you see is a template of what's to come at launch.
There will be one more workerdrop to fine-tune everything and then the public will gain access. You can expect all of this to happen in the upcoming week(s).
Sidechain scaling and "bag of tasks" need to be implemented before using the platform makes any sense. I agree that real dApps are mostly a meme and don't require offchain compute, but I'm hoping for a big cost reduction vs traditional clouds once public workers are online and marketplace fees have reduced by a factor of 100. For Apps like OpenMole or ML training, having the possibility to launch cheap, one-off tasks (best with use of GPU) is very important and if done right, will get huge demand on the platform.So tldr: Ethereum dApps=meme, Sidechain+bag of tasks+GPU=high demand
What do you think about this reddit post?"Lol demand for what? Nobody is holding this token when they are actually using services. Services on the network are pegged at fiat value. People buy x amount of token=x amount of fiat, then transact the token they bought for services then token is now back in circulating supply. Demand isn't real when a tokens only purpose is to be a pegged at a fiat price then transacted. I'm just trying to say feel free to speculate on utility tokens but as soon as a product is launched there is no longer speculative value of the token so holding any longterm isn't the smartest idea."
About security. Claim that SGX does not protect a program running on video cards? Not at all. This is just about the processor. In this video card is an expensive resource on the machine.Here are some cons of using SGX:-The grid is limited by the running software and the software must be modified with a special grid!-PoCo gives an overhead in times (the same calculation is repeated an infinite number of times), which means - see the economy. It's profitable?-besides the above, the application also needs to be registered on the blockchain (all other things being equal, if without PoCo) this is redundant and extremely inconvenient.-EVERY software launch runs through the blockchain. It is expensive, slow and redundant.And it turns out that the economy is not compatible with PoCo or SGX.And without PoCo, this is all meaningless, and we get an uncomfortable version of SONM.
Main net is live but resources but test-net is still running, its there for now to let devs experiment with the platform with free resources 🙂 Public workerpools will see the launch of main net. The tests we've already held, 'Workerdrops' were held on Ethereum main net, of course - as real RLC was earned (rather than test net RLC).
I am also, @ThirteenCircles😃 curious for the following developments with Parity, 0x & RSK, IBM Cloud Data Shield / Fortanix, Scone University of Dresden and Shanghai Tech University. The developments in decentralized marketplace and Interprise Ready, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Off-Chain Trusted Compute Specification V1 for April 2019 and Flexible Launch Control from Intel that makes it possible to activate 3rd party enclaves etc.
Just strted reserching the proejct ..liek what I saw ..one thing is conecrning though that the first version was launched in Nov 17 but there is hardly been any adoption..can the admin please comment ?